Safari in Masai Mara, Africa - Australians Travelling - Africa

Tips for a Safe and Enjoyable Safari

Safari can be translated from its original form meaning "to make a journey" and was used by traders as far back as the 13th century to describe their big game hunts. These days, spears have been replaced by digital cameras and primitive stealthy hunting camps replaced by 5 star luxury cabins. Despite this change, however, one key element has remained the same, the wildlife and the dangers that come with it. It comes as no shock that safety is one of the major concerns for potential travellers looking to go on safari.
Travelling with kids - sea memories

Making Memories – Avoid the Common Holiday Pitfalls

Make sure your holiday is one to remember, for all the right reasons, by ensuring that you have taken all the necessary measures to avoid the common holiday pitfalls.
Catalina Island - La Romana - Dominican Republic - cruise ship near the shore with a palm

Common FAQs on Cruise Holidays

If you are thinking about going on a cruise, you might have a few questions about it. Those who are new to cruises may have gaps in their knowledge or concerns that they want to put at ease before booking anything. Check out some of the most commonly asked questions below.
Travel - Jordan - Jordaania - Wadi Rum - Desert

Why Do We Have Age-Related Travel Insurance?

Who are they to say you're three times more likely to fall ill on holiday the day you turn 66!?
Travel around Australia - map

Driving Around Australia – Please Read This First!

Driving around Australia is no easy task. Important things you need to do when you are taking a road trip in the kangaroo nation.
Russian-English Phrase Book - World travel

Travelling Safely Where You Don’t Speak the Language

Are you planning an international vacation? Going somewhere on vacation can be very exciting, but when you travel somewhere that likely won't speak your language it can also be quite nerve-racking. Even if you are surrounded by people you can feel isolated and trapped when you aren't fluent in the native tongue. Don't let that stop you from travelling internationally, because being taken out of your comfort zone can end up becoming one of the greatest experiences of your life. You don't have to be fluent in the native language of the country you are travelling to but you should learn some words and some etiquette. Here is how.
Teaching abroad: Study abroad student in Rwanda

Keeping in Touch While Teaching Abroad

Tto assist those that are being separated from the ones they love to do something else they love, here are a few tips and strategies that can be effective to stay in touch.
Glenns Lake as seen from the Glenns Lake Head campground in Glacier National Park, Montana, United States

3 Useful Guidelines You Must Consider When Camping At The Waterfront

Here are a few guidelines you must consider in order to avoid needless environmental impact or personal harm, while enjoying your water side camping experience
Hamilton island, Queensland, Australia

Hamilton Island (Queensland, Australia) – A Getaway You Dreamed Of

Cold winter? Hot summer? Looking for a getaway? Hamilton Island is one of awesome options. Read about its real experience!
Parking Scuplture Chicago, USA - Travel the World - Parking a Car

Parking 101: Etiquette, Dos, and Don’ts

Australian drivers to master the skill of properly parking their vehicle. Here is a few simple tips on how to park your vehicle properly in Australia and anywhere in the world.

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