8 Things to Do in Antigua

With its unbelievably turquoise waters, fusion of English and Caribbean influence, and technicolour buildings, Antigua is undoubtedly one of the West Indes’ most characterful islands. On a recent visit, Daisy Cropper discovered eight of the best things to do there: Explore Antigua’s first sugar plantation … Continue reading

March 3, 2017 by Daisy Cropper

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

5 Things I Ate in Singapore

Singapore’s food is a fusion of ancient recipes, traditional flavours and modern styles. The multi-cultural, diverse population also brings a unique combination of cuisines from across the world. You’ll find a Singaporean take on everything, from south Indian curries to Korean bibimbap and toast. … Continue reading

December 12, 2016 by Daisy Cropper

A First-Timer’s Guide to Prague

The Czech capital city has long been associated with raucous stag and hen weekends. But there’s more to the charming city of Prague than budget boozy breaks; discover a cool café culture, century’s of history, fun-loving locals and plenty of park space to explore. … Continue reading

November 25, 2016 by Daisy Cropper

6 Places in Africa to Get up close to Lions

August 10th marks something special in the big cat universe: World Lion Day. It’s the one day of the year we should appreciate the grand, epic apex predator that is the lion. Want to see them up close in the wild? Here are the … Continue reading

August 10, 2016 by Daisy Cropper

Where to Dine Like a Local in Bangkok

There’s more to Thai food than creamy curries and spring rolls, but with more than 50 districts sprawling over 930 square miles and a plethora of budget boltholes – serving average fare as well as western favourites – uncovering the best dishes can be difficult. Here’s how to … Continue reading

March 18, 2016 by Daisy Cropper

A Beginner’s Guide to Angkor Wat

There’s no doubt that Angkor is one of travel’s great must dos. Sprawling across over 500 acres of lush jungle, ‘The Lost City’ attracts visitors far and wide. But there’s so much to know about this iconic destination beyond the eponymous Wat and the … Continue reading

March 7, 2016 by Daisy Cropper

6 Things to Know Before You Go to Cambodia

Often overlooked in favour of its more popular neighbours – Thailand, Vietnam and Laos – Cambodia is finally starting to shout about all it has to tempt travellers with. Those looking to get off the beaten track can explore rugged jungles and recently-rediscovered temple … Continue reading

February 3, 2016 by Daisy Cropper

A Beginner’s Guide to Trekking on your Travels

Want to summit a mountain, plan a multi-day hike or challenge yourself with a long-distance trail? Lace up your boots with confidence when you use Daisy Cropper’s  trekking tips for beginners: Pace, place and space First things first, when you’re starting out it’s important not to go … Continue reading

December 1, 2015 by Daisy Cropper