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A lighthouse during a foggu night in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Ten tremendous reasons to tour New Brunswick, Canada

New Brunswick offers much for travellers to view and experience during a road trip in the Canadian province. Here are 10 tremendous reasons to tour New Brunswick: Dine on delicious seafood Atlantic Canada is renowned for its outstanding seafood. Freshly landed lobster and fish is served at restaurants in coastal […]

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Family Days Out

The Morgenster sails past Roker Pier to enter Sunderland harbour during the 2018 Tall Ships Race.

Family Days Out: The Tall Ships Race in Sunderland

From 10 to 14 July 2018 more than 50 sailing vessels docked at the Port of Sunderland, in northeast England, ahead of the first leg of the Tall Ships Race. Thousands of people visited the port and East End of Sunderland to see the ships and enjoy the free entertainment […]

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Experiences

The alley near the Clinique Stérin in St Omer which Gilbert Petit helped Bader escape along.

A guided tour on the Douglas Bader Trail in St Omer, France

Douglas Bader was a Royal Air Force fighter pilot during World War Two. While flying a Spitfire over France on 9 August 1941 he was forced to bale out of the aircraft and was taken prisoner by the occupying Nazi Germans. On Saturdays from 7 July until 1 September 2018 […]

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Sun rising at the Stonehenge stone circle in Wiltshire, England.

Stonehenge, Avebury and Salisbury: a journey back through time in Wiltshire

Visiting Stonehenge, Avebury and Salisbury, in Wiltshire, is like taking a journey back through time, suggests Tim Locke in this travel feature. WREN: if you know where to look, you’ll see these surprising letters carved into the most celebrated prehistoric monument in Britain. Stonehenge has been attracting visitors for centuries, and […]

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Dan and Caroline Smith of Northern Bootcamp.

10 reasons to attend Northern Bootcamp

This post provides 10 reasons to attend a Northern Bootcamp residential weight loss and fitness boot camp in Northumberland. Tempted by the idea of attending a residential boot camp as a way of losing weight and improving your fitness? They’re not all about being bawled at and crawling through mud. […]

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The arched frame of the Victoria Falls Bridge on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia.

10 zinging reasons to visit Zimbabwe

In November 2017 Zimbabwe underwent a change of leadership. Emmerson Mnangagwa replaced Robert Mugabe as the Zimbabwean president. Early in 2018, at the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland, Mr Mnangagwa announced that “Zimbabwe is open for business”. For travellers, what does that mean? Travel journalist Stuart Forster travelled […]

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

5 exciting adventure activities to try in Eswatini

For a challenging hike, try climbing Sibebe Rock. Located along the Pine Valley Road about 10 km from Mbabane, Eswatini’s capital city, Sibebe Rock is second only to Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) in Australia as the largest freestanding rock in the world. It is estimated to be about three billion years old.

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Experiences

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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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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