How to Experience the Best of Costa Rica in 7 Days

As soon as we crossed the border from Panama, it was clear we had entered Costa Rica. Somehow, the vegetation seemed greener, despite both countries virtually sharing the same geography. Our bus rode on seaside roads and through lush jungles, past miles upon miles … Continue reading

March 22, 2017 by Claus Gurumeta


The Best Things I Ate in Iceland

When I think of Iceland, I imagine cascading waterfalls, undulating mountains, jaw-dropping scenery and the wanderlust-inducing Northern Lights. Seeing these epic landscapes in real life has been high up on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. And, having been told … Continue reading

March 21, 2017 by Tessa Watkins


A Traveller’s Guide to Central America

Seemingly endless jungles full of unique wildlife. Peaceful stretches of coastline with beaches in all shades of white, yellow, brown and black. Towering volcanoes, many of them still active, always visible on the horizon. Chaotic cities and quaint towns full of colour and charisma. … Continue reading

March 16, 2017 by Claus Gurumeta


Australia: The Wild Continent

This article originally appeared in the April 2015 issue of Flight Centre UK’s tri-annual magazine: The Experts. It can be easy with a country of such vastness – writes Chris Leadbeater – to reduce Australia to a series of iconic landmarks.You know the ones: the … Continue reading

February 28, 2017 by Flight Centre UK


How to Survive Travelling with your Partner

One of the most exciting things for couples to experience is to be lost overseas with each other. Travelling with your partner can mean discovering new places together, cultivating loves for new foods and drinks, and learning more about yourself and each other. That said, … Continue reading

February 27, 2017 by Two Bohemians


15 Things I Learned When I Hiked to Everest Base Camp

To maximise our chances of reaching Everest Base Camp in one piece, my husband and I did plenty of research before we’d even set foot in Nepal. But no amount of reading could prepare us for actually being there, and how much we would … Continue reading

February 22, 2017 by Angela Griffin


Discover the Beauty of Uluru

Wiru is the local Anangu people’s word meaning ‘beautiful’. I’d expected the landscape surrounding the imposing monolith we’ve come here to see to be stark and unforgiving. Instead, the intensely red soil is punctuated by pretty flowers, lush plants and hardy, albeit short, trees. … Continue reading

February 21, 2017 by Phil Murray


A Guide to Travelling Solo

For those thinking of taking a solo trip in 2017, there are plenty of aspects to consider: where to travel? How long for? What to do when you’re there? While the freedom to make these choices completely on your own is exhilarating, the unknown … Continue reading

February 17, 2017 by Daisy Cropper


How to Get Over the Holiday Blues

I think we can all agree: travelling is one of the best things you can do. Whether that’s exploring a hidden nook of your own country, a European mini break or that life-changing trip around the world. It’s the eve of unforgettable adventures such … Continue reading

February 15, 2017 by Rhodri Andrews


Where to See Polar Bears

If you’re into animals, there’s nothing quite like seeing a polar bear in the wild. Catch a glimpse of even a tiny tuft of that soft, creamy fur, and it’ll feel like you’ve stumbled upon the holy grail of wildlife experiences. That’s because seeing … Continue reading

February 14, 2017 by Alexandra Gregg