Many places all around the world are struggling with over tourism. Huge crowds, often influenced by social media recommendations, descend on destinations that struggle to cope with the influx of travellers. Locals are priced out of housing by the
We may not be travelling much at the moment, but there are better ways to use these strange times than to mope and wallow. In between taking staycations and exploring your own country, take the time to plan those trips that you’ve always dreamt of taking. Planning a bucket list adventure takes time – something we currently have a lot of. Create a spreadsheet, dedicate a notebook, get pinning on Google Maps and start saving images of the places you want to visit on Pinterest or Instagram. Here are five bucket list trips that you should start planning for now, to build excitement for when travel opens back up.
If you are planning on travelling this summer, chances are that you want to avoid the crowds and find a quiet, safe place to enjoy a relaxing holiday. You may be limited in choice of where you can travel to, but you can find tranquil secret spots anywhere in the world. This is the perfect time to get off the beaten track and discover hidden gems that may not normally have been on your radar. Save the holiday hotspots for post-pandemic and follow our top tips for avoiding busy crowds.
As 2019 comes to a close, and a new decade dawns, we’re taking a look at the top travel trends emerging for 2020. These are the trends that will fuel your future adventures, helping you to decide where and how to travel.
When planning our trips, most of us will book for the obvious time to travel. Lapland in the depths of winter, the Italian Riviera in summer and the Northeast coast of America during fall. What we tend to forget is that there is much to gain from visiting places outside of their peak seasons. Here are six reasons why we love to travel in shoulder and off seasons.