People talk a lot about travel being ‘life changing’, but what does that actually mean? We’ve pulled together a list of six travel experiences that really will change the way you live your life, altering your perspective on the world.
Many of us will currently be debated whether we should book travels abroad this year. At the moment, travel restrictions and country-wide lockdowns are in place all around the world, making it difficult to plan our trips for the foreseeable future. Our advice is to stay local and take a staycation over the summer, with the hope of traveling overseas towards the end of the year.
Anyone currently travelling is likely to have to produce a negative COVID test as well as entering a quarantine period. This makes it difficult for most of us to travel – especially as the costs can be large. One solution that is currently being
If you are planning ahead and booking a trip for later this year, it’s best to be cautious. We hope that it will be safe to fly between some destinations, but it is unlikely that international travel will fully open up in the next few months. It’s
When you’re planning future travels, don’t just jet off without considering the ethical impact of your trip. Take the time to research where you are going and how you will behave when you are there, making a conscious effort to be a more ethical traveller. Here are a few ways that you can start to travel more ethically.
Many countries around the world have imposed mandatory hotel quarantines for anyone returning from abroad. The U.K is the latest country to enforce quarantines in hotels for passengers arriving from destinations on their ‘red list’. People arriving
Wondering whether or not you should travel right now? Although many countries have restrictions on travel, it is still possible to take trips between certain destinations or if you are willing to quarantine on arrival. Here are some of the pros and cons for and against travelling during the pandemic. Take some time to consider these prior to booking your trip.