Category Archives: Travel

What Is The Global Tourism Plastic Initiative?

The Global Tourism Plastics Initiative was launched in January 2020 by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. It is an initiative aimed at uniting the tourism sector to combat plastic pollution. They achieve this by enabling businesses, governments, and other tourism stakeholders […]

Tourism Will Soon Increase

With the entire world in lockdown for the majority of 2020, people are aching to travel. Restrictions lifting a vaccine and high demand are just some of the predictions for 2021 tourism. What will 2021 tourism look like? In most countries of the world, tourism is going to boom. Mass tourists, business tourists and seasonal […]


Kenya, a country of scenic beauty, lies on the eastern coastline of Africa covering an area of 600,000 square Kilometers. The Indian Ocean borders it on the east, providing a welcoming beach-front and whispering palm trees. Tanzania is on the south; Uganda on the west; Ethiopia shoulders it on the north; with Somalia lying on the northeast. L. Victoria, the second largest lake in the world is found on the extreme west, also shared by Uganda and Tanzania. The Equator cuts through the country from east to west thus allowing almost equal hours of day and night, while the Great Rift Valley running north to south gives it its varied terrain of mountains, hills, ranges, escarpment and rolling plains, interspersed with rivers, lakes, streams and cascading falls.

Exploring Ecuador

Ecuador is a small country that offers a great variety of nature and cultural options. From the fascinating Galapgos Islands to the mighty Andes and the mysterious Amazon, travel to Ecuador can be quite rewarding. The geographical diversity of Ecuador means that there are a number of different climates and microclimates in the country’s four […]


With the Andes in the distance, the Patagonian desert is much more than what it seems. The land is swept by the strongest and dry winds in summer from the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean where its shores, full of cliffs and wide gulfs, shaped for ages by ocean intrusions, by faulting or by tilting, […]

Sea Kayaking Hinchinbrook Island, Australia

Hinchinbrook Island, Goold Island and the Family Islands are continental islands located off the wet tropical coast between Ingham and Tully, in North Queensland. Hinchinbrook’s 39,000 hectares make it Australia’s largest island National Park. With its granite peaks rising 3747 ft. directly out of the sea, it is a magnificent backdrop for sea kayaking. Waterfalls, […]

Biking Vienna to Prague Self-guided

Start out in the elegant city of Vienna and allow yourself enough time to take in the many sites of interest in this beautiful Austrian capital. Cross the border from Austria into The Czech Republic to discover the unusual combination of neatly harvested vineyards, beautiful lakes, spectacular limestone cliffs and picturesque Bohemian villages. Duration: 8 […]