Six Ideas for the Easter Holiday Break in the UK

Over the Easter holidays families will be encouraged to help Edwin find his lost bunnies. You will be given an activity pack and a guide will help you play detective and to decipher the clues and the facts about the London landmarks that can be seen from the Eye’s capsules. You may even spot one […] Read More

The Best Places to Travel in May

The world’s mood seems to collectively improve around May, as the weather gets—and stays—warm enough for shorts, tank tops, and bathing suits. This is a popular travel month, as students get out of school and families gear up for Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial kick-off to summer. Thankfully, there are plenty of places near and far to soak […] Read More

The Ultimate Trip to Peru

The ancient Incan citadel of Machu Picchu continues to inspire and provoke wonder in all who see it. Built nearly 8,000 feet above sea level sometime in the 15th century, this remarkable feat of engineering sits atop many a traveler’s bucket list. You too can visit Machu Picchu (without the crowds) on a special nine-day trip […] Read More

8 of the Most Remote Places on Earth

To enjoy some of the most remote places in the world, you’ll have to venture away from the concentration of people and journey into unknown places–mountains, jungles and islands thousands of miles away from the hustle of busy metropolitan places and touristic attractions. 1. Easter Island, Chile Known for its more than 1,000 Moai statues, Easter […] Read More

5 Travelled Mexico Destinations

Mexico is a massive country with a vast cache of treasures and pleasures still waiting to be discovered by savvy world travellers. Here are a few fabulous places to start, but better hurry to these lesser known regions as they might not remain undiscovered for long! Todos Santos Close to Cabos San Lucas in Baja […] Read More

Top 8 Things To Do in New England

From Boston to Maine, New England offers an exciting and varied road trip for any Canadian looking to get a taste of culture great sports and beautiful scenery. Here are New England’s 8 most remarkable and breathtaking you absolutely can’t miss. 1. Boston Founded by Puritans who envisioned their settlement as a shining beacon to […] Read More

10 Best Ski Destinations

Skiing is a favourite pastime for many Canadians and we have our fair share of resorts to choose from. But we’re thinking outside the box. We’ve zeroed in on ten ski sports around the world that had us thinking, Yes, it seems we can. From South America to the Persian Gulf, pack your skis: We’re […] Read More

9 Free Travel Experiences

Budget travel doesn’t have to mean staring at the outside of old buildings and museums, and the must-sees and must-dos of the world don’t always cost an arm and a leg. In fact sometimes they cost nothing at all. Here are 9 worldwide attractions won’t cost you a dime. Symphony of Light Show – Hong […] Read More

Bike-Friendly Cities Around The World

A casual bike ride can show you sides of a city not seen on foot and can transport you to distant attractions in no time. But not all bike lanes are created equal. Here are 10 cities that are particularly hospitable to two-wheeled tours. Amsterdam Amsterdam is bike-friendly. With more bikes than people, the city is structured […] Read More

Top 7 Things To Do in Berlin

Rich with art and beautiful architecture Berlin should top anyone’s list of dream destinations. Here are the top 7 things you need to do on your trip to Berlin. Reichstag Of all the buildings in Berlin, the Parliamentary Building is probably one of the most symbolic. The mighty structure by Paul Wallot as the proud […] Read More