Hiking the West Highland Way

Why you have to hike the West Highland Way (if you like hiking)

Stretching for 151km (93.8mi) from Milngavie (not far from Glasgow) to Fort William, the West Highland Way is the oldest long-distance path in Scotland and by far the top choice…

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My Walk Through Ice & Fire with Icelandic Mountain Guides

Have you ever signed up to do something and later wondered what you were thinking? Glacier hiking in Iceland was one of those experiences for me. I thought it would…

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A complete guide to Kerala, God's Own Country

A guide to Kerala – Gods Own Country

Kerala is a South-Western Indian state rather aptly knows as Gods Own Country and if you continue reading you’ll find out why . . . and probably end up wanting to…

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Trekking in Chandoli National Park, India

Seeing wild tigers in India, that’s on everyone’s bucket list right? Well, one place that you can try this is Chandoli National Park, a beautiful and yet vastly untouched tiger and…

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Train passes underneath the Dudhsagar Falls

Hiking the Dudhsagar Falls – A Hidden Gem of Goa

Dudhsagar Falls, in Goa, look stunning. When I first saw a picture of them with that train passing underneath, looking like it could be swept away at any moment, I knew…

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Amazing views of sunrise on Mt Acatenango

Hike Mt Acatenango Volcano in Antigua, Guatemala

When I saw the title of this post, I hope it would be as awesome as it sounded, and I wasn’t disappointed! Hiking Mt. Acatenango in Guatemala sounds unmissable. Not only…

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Visit the Dolomites

Six Days in the Dolomites – stunning Italian mountains

Often confused with the Italian Alps, The Dolomites are actually their own small mountain range (albeit it connected to The Alps) located in Northen Italy. Famous for their characteristically steep peaks…

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Visiting Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park

What to do when visiting Tasmania

Specialising in rugged wilderness, Tasmania is a stunning destination, worthy of a spot on many bucket lists. Discovered back in 1642, Tasmania remained largely unexplored and was only actually confirmed as…

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Guide to hiking the Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park Top 5 Day Hikes

Rocky Mountain National Park, the name alone conjures up images of a rugged terrain, ideal for hiking and all kinds of adventure activities. Luckily, that’s exactly what it is. Hiking…

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The Great Wall of China with no people

Hiking the Great Wall Away From the Crowds

13,000 Kilometers of Great Wall once meandered through the landscape. Some stretches have disappeared, others have been fully restored, some are left to ruins. Where do you decide to go…

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