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A man riding a horse in Swaziland. Photo by Petra Shepherd

Five exciting adventure activities to try in eSwatini (Swaziland)

Postage stamp sized Swaziland (or eSwatini as it is now called, following renaming in April 2018) is the smallest country in Southern Africa, but has more than its fair share of offerings when it comes to adrenaline seeking; you can be abseiling the highlands in the morning and game viewing […]

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Face of a mountain gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei) living wild on the Virunga Mountain Range in the Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.

Travel in the heart of Africa

The adrenaline was kicking in, our bikes racing down the Namibian dunes at full throttle. After a slow ride through Swakopmund (a little bit of local history thrown in) and then a dry river bed: fat biking proved to be one of the most exhilarating ways to get acquainted with […]

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Palace House on the Beaulieu estate in the New Forest.

10 top things to do in the New Forest

The New Forest National Park lies just west of Southampton and offers much for travellers. So here’s a look at 10 top things to do in the New Forest. Far from being completely forested or new, the area is actually a mixture of heath and woodland that England’s King William […]

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Yoga

Why yoga retreats are good for men

Despite yoga being created by men, for men, it’s still seen as predominantly a woman’s activity. It takes a brave man to walk into a class full of women, but the health benefits of yoga far outweigh this initial worry. If you are looking to escape on a dedicated yoga […]

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A maple leaf on a stage hosting Canada 150 celebrations. Photo © 2017 Stuart Forster.

UK travel bloggers participate in Canada’s City Bloggers Plus project

Fifteen of the United Kingdom’s leading travel bloggers visited Canada during June to take part in the City Bloggers Plus project. They were based in separate Canadian cities a month before the country’s celebrations to mark 150 years since Confederation, ensuring a spread of coverage about things to do and […]

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The Calgary skyline at night.

10 stomping reasons to stampede over to Calgary in Alberta, Canada

The Canadian city of Calgary, in Alberta, has vibrant culinary and craft beer scenes. With a smattering of museums and art galleries, plus plenty of shops, it proves a good base for a city break and exploring the surrounding countryside. Renowned for hosting the annual Calgary Stampede, which takes place […]

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Experiences

Jacqui and Julie from London doing the warrior pose during a yoga session in Majorca. Photo by Yvette-Marie Solem.

A fresh start with yoga in Majorca

Have you ever woken up in the morning and felt older than you actually are? Then you know you have to take some action. Treat yourself to some ‘me time’! Why not make a fresh start and spend time with the Sardinia Yoga team in Majorca? Writes Yvette-Marie Solem for […]

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Lentilles church by Tim Locke.

Watery delights in Champagne

Think of Champagne and you’ll think of the obvious. Le Champagne is the wonderful sparkling stuff of celebration. But then there’s La Champagne: the ‘La’ means we’re talking of the region a couple of hours or so east of Paris where, of course champagne is exclusively produced, but there’s a […]

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Street art in Montreal.

Three outstanding reasons to visit Canada during the summer of 2017

There’s lots going on in Canada the summer of 2017. As part of the country’s 150th birthday celebrations, Parks Canada Discovery Passes provide free access to national parks. Ottawa, Canada’s capital city, will host celebrations to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the act of union that’s widely regarded as […]

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The Viking Mekong cruise ship on the River Mekong.

The Magnificent Mekong — a river cruise to remember

Zipping along in a cyclo rickshaw on the roads of Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, and viewing ancient Khmer sculptures at Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm counted among the many highlights of my first ever cruise. The Magnificent Mekong river cruise, by Viking River Cruises, offered detailed insights into the culture […]

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