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Ah, summer break. Who doesn’t love kicking back on the beach, sipping at a fruity drink and just enjoying the sounds of life flowing around you?
As one of Africa’s premier travel destinations, Botswana offers a high standard of living and it is a politically stable country. Here is a list of our favorite things to do in Botswana.
Motorcycle tours in Cambodia are a lot of fun. I’ve seen my fair share of incredible places from the back of a motorcycle. One of my favourites is a rural village called DaSian, 100km to the east of Siem Reap. To get there by dirt bike we head deep into single track jungle trails until we come out at the deserted Preah Kahn Temple.
You can have a remote island experience and live your tropical dream in the Gili Islands, Lombok. Lounge around on beautiful beaches, gorge on fresh seafood every day, and snorkel through crystal clear waters, or dance the night away in trendy bars and al-fresco restaurants.
Located in the foot hills of Mount Kinabalu, the area is best known for the Poring Hot Spring and Nature Reserve. The hot spring is managed by Sabah Parks, and the various accommodation options and dining facilities are managed by Sutera Sanctuary Lodges, which is where we were headed for a two-night cabin stay.
Adventure travel in Taiwan is easy to find. The Northeast Coast National Scenic Area offers a diverse number of adventure travel activities. Surfing, jet-skiing, wind surfing, and parasailing are just a few of the activities that people enjoy in Taiwan.
If you’re thinking about booking a holiday in Tunisia, here are some simple tips to help you find the best things to do while you’re in the country.
Seeing whales in the wild is one of the most breath-taking sights that nature has to offer. Whale watching is available as a day trip option in lots of holiday locations.
Located on the Northeast coast of Taiwan, Long Dong (Dragon Cave) gets its name from the shape of the coastline, which resembles the body of a dragon. If ever there was a place for soul searching in Taiwan, it’s here.