Cuba. If you are anything like me, you have wanted to visit this once embattled island nation for years. Essentially cut off from the world by the trade embargo imposed by the USA in 1960, and with growth and development stifled by communist leanings, travel in the country has been likened to stepping back in time. But since the USA agreed to normalise relationships with the country on 20 July 2015, tourism has boomed. The capital, Havana is visitors first point of call so we’ve put together this guide to the top things to do in Havana along with essential info on when to visit, where to stay and how to get around!
Packing for the Maldives should be pretty easy right? Where the temperature very rarely drops below 25 and usually sits at constant 29-30 degrees, you definitely don’t need a woolly jumper. (Although I do recommend having one on the plane as sometimes they really crank the air-con!) But you do want to look your best, and as you’re here I guess your wondering what to take to the Maldives – so I’ve put together this Maldives Packing List complete with travel accessories and outfit inspiration to help you to decide What To Wear in the Maldives. I’m positive these summer style outfits will keep you cool and looking fabulous throughout this holiday of a lifetime and gives you a few tips for island travel essentials that you don’t want to leave home without!
Scuba Diving with Whale Sharks is something that sits high on many a divers list. It certainly was on mine – and with only a few destinations in the world where it is possible, I was super excited to jump in the water with DiveOceanus in the hope of getting up close with these magnificent creatures.
If you’re ready to plan a your dream Maldives Vacation, a Maldives Honeymoon or even a trip to the Maldives on a budget – then you are in the right place! I recently spent 10 wonderful days in the Maldives and was surprised to find out that it wasn’t as expensive as I had initially imagined, but there are a few hints and tips that would have helped with the planning. With over water bungalows attached to almost every resort island, and some the bluest waters you’re ever likely to see, it is truly a paradise. I once thought the Maldives were reserved only for the honeymooners and the super rich, and whilst we can never describe the Maldives as a ‘cheap’ destination, this post will show you that there a range of flight, transfer and resort options to suit every budget. A Maldives holidays was a #travelgoal of mine, and one that I would love to help all of you reach. Keep reading for my ultimate guide to how to plan a Maldives vacation on a budget! (that’ll be holiday to the Maldives on a budget for the Brits and Aussies amongst you!)
Bryce Canyon National Park is located in Utah in the USA. This national park isn’t a canyon, but a series of amphitheaters carved out by nature. Bryce Canyon is well known for the colorful formations of hoodoos, fins and natural bridges (which are natural rock formations for the uninitiated).
Visitors can find many Things To Do in Bryce Canyon like viewing the vast landscape from the overlooks along the Scenic Drive, photographing the breathtaking scenery and hiking the trails to get a close-up view of the hoodoos.
Sydney is one of the most visited cities in Australia and one that ranks high on practically everyone’s Australia Bucket-List. Boasting some of Australia’s most iconic tourist attractions – the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Bondi Beach – to name a few, Sydney is jam packed full of amazing things to see and do! Whether you’re looking to pack everything in to one whirlwind Sydney Weekender (where long weekends are best!), or pick your highlights from the Top Things To Do in Sydney, we’ve got options and ideas to suit every budget and every style of traveler. And this guide was written by a Sydney Native – so you know her recommendations are going to be spot on!