When you think of West Africa, what first comes to mind? Possibly the Ebola virus scare, safety issues, or the history of slave trade. On my recent visit to Senegal with G Adventures, I was pleasantly surprised by this African nation. Here are some things I discovered during my journey. 1. The people are friendly. … Continue reading 10 Things You Need To Know Before Going To Senegal
If you are turned off by mega all-inclusive beach resorts, where thousands of people in their swimsuits wander from the breakfast buffet to the pool bar and back like vacationing zombies, you have come to the right blog site! When I travel, I look for places to stay that offer a peaceful atmosphere without sacrificing … Continue reading Stay at a Sustainable Boutique Resort in Aruba
Until recently, my awareness of Tasmania was limited to the Hollywood movie – Lion. I envisioned it to be a cold, remote wet and dark place, with rough seas and bare mountains, leading on to Antarctica. But I was absolutely wrong! Tasmania feels a lot like the Mediterranean, because of its climate, scenery and produce. … Continue reading Do You Know About This Mediterranean Island in Australia?
History, culture and food makes this 300-year old city a great place to indulge in Spanish culture in the US.
The only place in Australia to see native Tasmanian devils and pet a rescued wombat.
Adventure travel writer Phoebe Smith shares her soothing tales of Slow Travel with the Calm community and helps people fall asleep on World Sleep Day.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, I want to especially recognize women in travel. Travel is a powerful tool that helps women become independent, gain self-confidence, empower, be economically and socially impactful. Over the years, I have met countless women who worked in the tourism ministry, as travel agents, tour guides, and more. Here are … Continue reading Travel Abroad With These Women-Owned Tour Companies
The history of the Maltese carnival spans over 500 years. It has evolved from a Church sanctioned party that was often revolted to a family-friendly cultural event.
Take a scenic drive for an alternate way to see Table Mountain in Cape Town with Durbanville Hills Table Mountain Wine Safari.
Don’t fall for fake sanctuaries. Here are some places in South Africa where you can see wildlife and truly help towards their conservation.