Lisbon is famed for its long sunny afternoons, developing foodie scene, and beautiful beaches – and it’s one of the most affordable cities in Europe, making it a hotspot for South Africans.
Blog posts: Beyond Africa
Tales from a traveller who crossed Sri Lanka – from Colombo to Trincomalee on all forms of transport.
What’s the best way for a budget-challenged South African to experience Barcelona? Andrew Thompson has a few tricks up his sleeve…
Is it possible to get “off the beaten track” in Thailand, one of the world’s most-visited travel destinations? As it turns out, yes; but there are caveats.
Chile is a country with a flourishing food, wine and beer culture, and it’s brimming in new-found confidence. I tasted my way around five areas of Chile: from ‘witch potatoes’ on Chiloé Island to artisanal beer brewing in Valparaíso. Here’s why now is the perfect time for foodies to visit Chile.
If you’re looking for a more authentic and less touristy experience then teaching and volunteering in Thailand could be for you.
Heading to Europe? Then take to the roads in the cheapest way possible – with a European bike share scheme. They’re convenient, affordable and a great way to get to know a city.
European rail pass reservation fees can be pricey and hard to fathom. Is it still even worth getting a rail pass to begin with? Here’s everything you need about reservation fees and why a rail pass is still a great option for spontaneous European travel.
On St Helena, one of the earth’s most isolated inhabited islands, jaw-dropping landscapes, fascinating natural history and contemporary politics paint a picture of our planet in miniature. Now that planet is closer than ever before.
Ireland’s capital is roaring strong – from art houses to coffee shops, here’s why you need to visit the modern day Comeback Kid.