UNESCO World Heritage sites

We strongly suggest you visit the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site! These sites are deemed to be of special cultural or physical significance by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation. The Ngorongoro Crater is one of just 981 World Heritage Sites across the world. (There are 28 in the UK alone!) This is the largest unbroken, un-flooded volcanic caldera in the world. It was formed over three million years ago when a giant volcano exploded and collapsed in on itself. It is about 19kms wide and about 600 meters deep with a total area of 260 square kilometres which now acts as... Read More »

Must see sites in Nambia

Natural sites in Nambia are varied, but for the wow factor we strongly suggest that you visit the Sossusvlei which is located in the Namib Desert, the Sossusvlei is a huge clay pan, protected by a crescent of large sand dunes. The desert has the Naukluft Park which is one of the largest conservation areas in Africa and the fourth in the world and despite its arid conditions a diverse range of wildlife and flora have adapted to live here. The sand dunes around this are very high, the highest being over 300 meters high and on the rare occasion that it rains the Sossusvlei fills with water and transforms... Read More »

China’s most beautiful lakes:

There are many gorgeous locations throughout China, but we want to bring to your attention 3 of the most beautiful lakes. 1. West Lake – Location: on the west of the city center of Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province. Unlike many of the lakes it is very easily accessible as it sits within a modern city. West Lake is 3.3km long from north to south and 2.8km wide from east to west with a circumference of 15km. 2. Qiandao Lake – Location: 129km from Chunan County in the southeast of Hangzhou and 140km from the northeast of Huangshan Mountain. Qiandao Lake means “One thousand Lakes” which characterize the 1078... Read More »

Lapland for Christmas?

Where to stay: Luosto is a very secluded location to stay and for this, it has become one of the most renowned locations to visit to look at the Northern Lights. For those more active and looking to get involved in winter sports/activities such as skiing and snowmobiling then we suggest Levi, Pallas and Yllas. Or if you are looking for a Christmas experience with a great selection of shops and restaurants then Laplands cosmopolitans Capital of Rovaniemi has a great selection of international-name shops and restaurants. What to do: Whilst on your trip you can take a reindeer safari, which consists of a sleigh ride pulled by reindeer, or... Read More »

Northern France

For a trip abroad for little expense the North of France is a logical place to consider, especially for those who have an interest in history and the world wars. With locations to visit such as Dunkerque which offers a bustling atmosphere and has several war memorials worth visiting, somewhere more tranquil we’d suggest a lovely village called Cassel which is a rare example of a Flemish hill settlement. St-Omer has an array of excellent war museums whilst La Coupole and Montreuil-sur-Mer are not too far and are loaded with charm and interest. Le Mont Saint Michel is a must visit whilst in the north. Situated in Normandy this medieval... Read More »