September 2018

Top 5 Things to Do in Queenstown, New Zealand

One of the most picturesque cities I’ve ever visited is Queenstown, New Zealand. Located in the southwest region of the southern island of New Zealand, Queenstown is nestled in between the shores of Lake Wakatipu and the numerous peaks surrounding it. Known most famously for their adventure tourism, winter sports, and for being the backdrop for the Lord of the Rings movies, Queenstown tourism continues to be a popular vacation destination for people worldwide. Read on and learn all about this little slice of paradise and discover my top five things to do while visiting Queenstown…

Hiking Through the British Countryside

The British countryside features some of the most picturesque natural European landscapes. A walk through these vast tracts of natural land is a great way to learn about the country. It is also one of the best ways to see how British folklore and history was shaped by the magic of its natural surroundings. If you’re planning on visiting Great Britain, be sure to set aside time to see some of these remarkable sights in the British countryside…

3 Essential Camping Skills for Outdoor Enthusiasts

Increasing numbers of people are deciding to take camping trips closer to home, rather than spending major money on luxury beach vacations overseas. Not only are these camping trips cheaper, but they allow you to immerse yourself in nature, cut yourself off from day-to-day life for a short period of time, and see some beautiful sights. However, if you are planning a camping trip, you should pick up a few essential skills to prepare yourself and ensure that your trip is safe and comfortable. Here are a few important camping skills for every outdoor enthusiast to learn…

Experiencing the Kaikoura Seal Colony – New Zealand

The southern island of New Zealand is known for its abundance of wildlife. On the northeastern coast, about three hours north of Christchurch, you can see plenty of wildlife in the quaint town of Kaikoura.┬áIn addition to whales, albatross, and dolphins, fur seals also call this area home. When visiting Kaikoura, be sure to stop at Point Kean on the Kaikoura Peninsula to enjoy the Kaikoura seal colony…