Berghaus: Free delivery on outdoor gear!

  Good news if you’re planning any spring adventures and need some new gear! Berghaus will be offering Free Delivery on all orders until April 30th! As well as this

THREE PEAKS CHALLENGE: SICILY

EXPLORE LAUNCHES ONE-OFF EXPERT-LED VOLCANOLOGY WALKING TRIP TO SICILY Adventure travel specialist Explore has announced a one-off trip to Sicily to experience the summit of three of Europe’s most active

2018: THE YEAR WE TACKLE ‘OVER-TOURISM’

Responsible Travel says it’s time to take over-tourism seriously As the UN’s Year of Sustainable Tourism draws to a close, 2017 has been dominated by stories of ‘over-tourism’. If we

10 things to consider before trekking in Nepal

Everest is not all Nepal has to offer.  Geographically, culturally and spiritually diverse, it’s the scene of some of the world’s most spectacular and most epic trekking trails. Like any true adventure, however, Nepal is not for the faint-hearted. Trekking in the remote and often unforgiving Himalayas is a true human challenge, so it’s important to do your research and plan thoroughly before you go.

Ecotourism – it’s time to make a difference

We all love to travel. You wouldn’t be here otherwise. We love visiting exotic locations, meeting new people, trying new foods, sampling different cultures and getting close to wildlife in

Winter Camping Myths Debunked

Camping this winter? Heck yeah! No bugs, fewer bears and deer rummaging through your camp, and the parks aren’t as crowded. Sounds like the perfect opportunity to connect with nature

Australia: Tales of the Outback…

We take you on a journey through the Australian Outback to explore the myths and legends surrounding some of the country‘s most mesmerising sights…

Tips for dealing with Reverse Homesickness – how to cope with coming ‘home’

Practical tips for coping with reverse homesickness. Wherever you are in the world, we hope these will help fill that gaping hole that appeared in your life since you arrived home.

Nordic Wonders of Wild Camping

Wild Camping gives you a taste of adventure that organised campsites simply can’t compete with and where better to do it than Norway?

Tips for the first time solo traveller

Travelling solo for the first time? Tips for feeling more confident and prepared for the solo traveller. Guest post from Luna Anderson, an experienced traveller and hiker!

5 Tips for Travelling Alone

Travelling alone is a skill and one of the life’s most inspiring adventures. When you travel alone, you travel on your terms! You get to do what YOU want when you want. Read our tips for travelling solo.

Escape The Politics… The Traveller Way

Some of the UK most inspirational travellers share the best places to wake up in the world, perfect for those who are fed up with the political posturing.

Walking Spain’s Camino de Santiago

The Camino de Santiago has its very own way of getting under your skin…

Indian Himalayas. Made for Adventure

Experience the great outdoors with a destination made for adventure – the Himalayas.

Komodo National Park – Celebrating its 37th Anniversary

2017 marks the 37th anniversary of Komodo National Park, home to the world’s largest living species of lizard, the Komodo Dragon. Komodo National Park was established primarily to protect the

Unique New Responsible Tourism Trips Launched

Responsible Travel has just launched a new selection of unique, responsible holidays – from stand-up paddle boarding and electric bike tours to Indian tree-house adventures!

15 reasons to visit New Zealand in 2017

From mud & snow to the arts & beer, New Zealand is brimming with events and itineraries all year round. Here are 15 fantastic reasons to visit in 2017!

Heading Down Under this Australia Day?

To us non-Aussies, one of the best things about Australia is its awesome beaches, so here’s a look at just some of the best beach ‘beauties’…

Peak District… Escape to the Farm!

We have just returned from a fantastic long weekend in the Peak District (we being me and my fiance Tom). This was a long overdue break for the both of