The best turtle watching destinations in the world

Hawaiin Green Sea Turtle
We will celebrate World Turtle Day on May 23, an annual event that helps bring awareness to protecting turtles and tortoises along with their vanishing habitats around the world. Over half of the world’s turtle and tortoise species are currently threatened with extinction, making it vital that we do all we can to them.

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How to cope with holiday catastrophes

Cotswalds with winter snow
Travel provides us with all kinds of enjoyment and memorable moments, but what happens when our holiday plans don’t go quite the way we had hoped?

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6 once in a lifetime cruises you have to book right now

Luxury cruises you have to try at least once
Sometimes travel is well and truly about the journey and not the destination, especially when speaking of cruise travel. Today’s cruise ships are modern marvels, costing over a billion dollars to construct and stretching over 350 metres in length.

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6 happy things to do in between the Commonwealth Games

Commonwealth Games count-down clock, Godl Coast
This April, the XXI Commonwealth Games hits the Gold Coast where athletes will be looking for a little gold of their own. With tickets still available, the games are even more reason to pay a visit to this beautiful region of Queensland.

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Best Train Journeys in the World

Glenfinnan, Scotland
It is indeed true that sometimes it’s about the journey and not about the destination. This rings especially true when speaking of railway journeys. In the age of cars and planes there are still remarkable train trips, many which offer luxurious carriages with a constantly changing backdrop of breathtaking scenery.

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Top Destinations for the Seasons

A guide to the best places to visit for each of the year’s seasons both domestically and internationally.

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The best luxury mini-breaks to take for those on a budget

Camel ride in Broome
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s never too early to start planning a romantic getaway with the one you love. Yes there is Paris, Venice, and Rome, all of which are perfect cities to incite romance. Unfortunately for us Australians, the European cities of love are a long ways away in addition to being rather expensive. Thankfully Australia provides more than enough opportunities to take a quick break from it all to fuel the passion at a much more affordable price tag.

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The best Australian holidays to relax on (without heading to the beach)

The Ghan train journey
Australia is renowned for its stunning beaches. It is after all surrounded by water with around 50,000km of coastline when you include all of its coastal islands. Tourists and residents alike flock to Australia’s more than 10,000 beaches, many of which are ranked as the world’s best.

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The best ways to conquer jetlag

Santorini island, Greece
You may think you have rhythm, but when it comes to your circadian rhythm, you’re often helpless to outside factors that want to mess it all up, much like dancing with a double left footed partner.

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Exciting travel trends you need to know about for 2018

Patagonia
Just like the fashion industry, technology, and the latest food crazes, travel too develops trends. Off the beaten path destinations become mainstream, unique modes of transportation pop onto the scene, and fresh tours are developed which few before have experienced.

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