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Project Launched to Make India’s Neil Island Free of Single Use Plastic

The latest initiative from the MakeMyTrip Foundation in India is to remove all single use plastic from Neil Island. With a vision to create awareness and invest resources that support sustainable tourism across India the MakeMyTrip Foundation is a public charity trust. Promoting ecological balance, restoration and development of its Indian heritage and responsible tourism,… Continue reading Project Launched to Make India’s Neil Island Free of Single Use Plastic

the view over gaudixs cave quarter
Destinations

The Habitable Caves of Spain’s Guadix

In the South of Spain, within the province of Granada, sitting alongside the river, nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada is the small city of Guadix. Wander into the hills that overlook the more modernised centre to find the cave houses and their occupants, the Trogloditas, presumably from the prehistoric name given to… Continue reading The Habitable Caves of Spain’s Guadix

Destinations

Adventure, History and Culture in Mexico’s San Luis Potosi

Located in central Mexico, the state of San Luis Potosi holds history, culture and adventure, offering visitors mesmerising experiences. Divided into the five areas of Central, Highlands, the Huasteca, Midland and the capital of San Luis Potosi the Mexican state of San Luis Potosi offers visitors a wealth of experiences to showcase the astonishing history,… Continue reading Adventure, History and Culture in Mexico’s San Luis Potosi

press and tractor outside the parc tematic de l'oli of les garrigues
Destinations, Reviews

Discover the History of Olive Oil in Les Garrigues

The sun shining in a clear blue sky above the blooming blossom is one reason to explore Lleida in March. Heading south from the Spanish the city of Lleida in the direction of les Borges Blanques, there is the Parc Temátic de l’Oli waiting to be discovered. Just off the main N-240 road with a… Continue reading Discover the History of Olive Oil in Les Garrigues

Destinations, News

Tourist Interaction Cafe Opening at Tokyo Station

East Japan Railway Co. open the Japan Rail Cafe as a place for foreign visitors to meet and interact. The Japan Rail Cafe will open its doors for the first time today as East Japan Railway Co. launches their new venture to inspire tourists and find more local and seasonal information as they interact with… Continue reading Tourist Interaction Cafe Opening at Tokyo Station

shenandoah national park
News

More travel experiences unveiled by REI Adventures

REI announces expansions across their itineraries for national park, backpacking, cycling, Grand Canyon and European trips. The adventure travel company REI Co-op has announced the introduction of new experiences and destinations including Shenandoah National Park, Patagonia, Norway and Slovenia to their portfolio of more than 300 custom designed itineraries that they offer worldwide. Mark Seidl,… Continue reading More travel experiences unveiled by REI Adventures

danube river serbia
Destinations

Danube River Cruises through Central and Eastern Europe

Drifting down the Danube River allows travellers to see multiple destinations, stunning sights, natural wildlife and diverse cultures in one trip. Flowing through 10 central and eastern European countries and some of their capital cities including Vienna, Budapest and Bratislava, the Danube river is the second longest in Europe and flows through more countries than… Continue reading Danube River Cruises through Central and Eastern Europe

the river nidd at knaresborough in north yorkshire
Stories

Enjoy a Stay in Rural England for Countryside Walks

As the daffodils make their appearance across England there is something for walkers of all ages and interests across the country. The English countryside is home to many areas of natural beauty including national parks, forest and woodland areas and coastal, river or canal paths. Northumberland Situated in the north east, Northumberland is the most… Continue reading Enjoy a Stay in Rural England for Countryside Walks

hurtigruten expedition cruise ship travels antarctica
News

Ship Makes Expedition Cruise History by Travelling Further South

Leaders in exploration travel, Hurtigruten, have recorded their vessel travelling further south than any company ship in their 127 years. MS Roald Amundsen made company history at 4:14pm on Wednesday 19th February 2020 as Captain Torry Sakkariassen crossed the Antarctic circle and took the ship with her crew and passengers to 70º south. It is… Continue reading Ship Makes Expedition Cruise History by Travelling Further South

connecticut waterfall
Destinations, News

Connecticut Offers Late Winter and Early Springtime Activities

Enjoy the last of the mountain snow and dabble in some springtime fun in America’s southern New England. The American state of Connecticut is in southern New England. Covering a north to south distance of 70 miles and spanning 110 miles across according to their office of tourism, the state is home to small towns,… Continue reading Connecticut Offers Late Winter and Early Springtime Activities