If you have a holiday booked on Hamilton Island or plan to book one, you may well be wondering what activities and sights there are to enjoy. Well, luckily, Hamilton Island has many things for you and all the family to do. The island is situated between Queensland and the Great Barrier Reef, which means that there are plenty of opportunities to see something amazing. Here are a few of them:
Australia is one of the most beautiful and wonderful nations on earth to explore. If you haven’t yet been there, or you currently live there and are looking to explore when it’s possible to do so, it’s worth thinking about which experiences you’re going to prioritize. With a country as big and vast as Australia, you’re never going to be able to do it all in one visit. But there are some experiences in particular you won’t want to miss out on.
Campervan trips offer the most fun and adventurous experiences that money can buy. One of the most popular reasons for it to be loved by people from all walks of life is the freedom associated with it. It echoes the words of Robert Frost as you have the option to take “the road less travelled,” and have the flexibility to create your own route. Such a thrill cannot be achieved when you have a strict itinerary with pre-booked train and flight tickets.
You may have seen photos of people with their daunting motorbikes on hilly terrain, shots of local monks wandering through the villages surrounded by lush snow-clad mountains and apricot trees, know that this has been shot in one of the trending backpackers' destinations in India - Leh Ladakh.
Dubai is the kind of place that has so much Instagram-worthy potential, you'll run out of camera memory before you run out of subjects.
As old as civilization, Indian culture is an amalgam of eras, colours, traditions, beliefs and more. The cultural aura at various holiday destinations in India conveys the diversity and the richness of the country. Besides the beautiful beaches, hills, wildlife, backwaters, desert, cities, impressive architecture and more, there a number of cultural places in India that offer an unforgettable experience.
Here is our list of some of the best places in India to experience the culture of the country
Ten brilliant bucket list destinations await you.
Positioned 10 kilometres east of the centre of Mataram, Taman Narmada is one of Lombok's top public spaces and tourist attractions.
While all experiences on your bucket list are special and worthwhile for you to do, there are always other things that are a little more unique that you could consider adding to make that list extra special.
Rock Climbing hot-spots throughout Armenia and Georgia.
See It Before It’s Gone
It’s undeniable that the world is changing, a lot of destinations are becoming ticking time bombs. To help you out, this post explores some of the planet’s most at-risk features, and where you can go to see them.
Six attractions in different locations around Australia that you would be crazy to miss.
No visit to North Wales is really complete without at least one visit to Snowdonia.
Luang Prabang: Mount Phousi
Releasing birds for good luck atop Mount Phousi; the 100m high hill in the centre of town, that once ascended provides a stunning, sweeping view of Luang Prabang that does not disappoint.
Singapore: Photo Diary
A selection of photos captured during my first visit to Singapore.
Singapore, the pearl of Southeast Asia.
One of the top 3 landmarks in Singapore (voted on TripAdvisor), Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay is home to the OCBC Skyway and 12 of Singapore's 18 supertrees. Twice per night staging the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show.
Singapore: Gardens by the Bay - Supertree Grove and the OCBC Skyway.
Inside the Cloud Forest dome, a 35-metre tall mountain is featured covered in lush tropical plants and serves as the world's tallest indoor waterfall.
A photo diary of my visit to the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay and the Orchid Extravaganza floral exhibition.
Lisbon: Photo Diary
Lisbon, Portugal's visually stunning capital city.
Lisbon's favourite meeting place, Rossio Square.
Lisbon: Praca do Comercio
Lisbon's largest square is situated along the Tagus River in the elegant Pombaline Baixa district,
Every weekend, Lisbon's largest square plays host to a handicraft market.
The beautiful and picturesque, UNESCO World Heritage town of Sintra.
London: Camden Market
A complete blend of cultures, styles and a location to arrive at very hungry.
A random mini adventure in the richest country in the world? Don't mind if I do.