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  • I’m lucky enough to reside on Manly Beach, chasing waves, dipping in and out of the salt, and exploring a plethora of coves and nature walks. I want those visiting to experience what it’s like to be a local here, and not a tourist. So I......

  • Hidden behind Shellharbour and bound by lush rolling green hills lies 265 hectares of pristine coastal reserve, that is Killalea State Park. Only 1.5hrs from Sydney, it is no effort to drive here for a weekend getaway. It is about 10 minutes north of Kiama,......

  • Just two hours from Sydney and Canberra, Kangaroo Valley is a perfect weekend away to escape the city buzz into nature escape or a romantic retreat. Rich green pastures, sparkling creeks and rivers, enchanting wilderness and a quaint village are all guarded by magnificent mountains.......

  • Manly is buzzing with restaurants and bars, however in the last 5 years the hip foodie culture has really come alive. There are a few tourist traps dotted along the beachfront and corso where you can expect overpriced food and a lack of authenticity. Steer......

  • The ocean is a special place to me and I am extremely passionate about ocean swimming. I have been competing in the ocean since I was 14 years old, completing 1km and 3km swims. Growing up in Australia in the swim and surf life saving......

  • Beaches to escape the summer crowds As Sydney creeps up to 30°C and beyond, the entire city flocks to the coastline to cool themselves in the ocean. Beaches become crowded, the traffic is unbearable and the parking places a nice dent in the wallet. Fortunately, there are......

  • “Where are you from?” I asked the broad blonde in the bar. “Waihi” he repeated. I continued to stare blankly at this lovely man. His voice had hints of an English accent, so perhaps Waihi was somewhere in the UK. He responded to my blank look by continuing to explain, “It’s a......

  • Banks Peninsula on the East Coast of New Zealand’s South Island is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Nestled in this peninsula is Akaroa, which hosts a number of attractions and activities that take advantage of this uniquely beautiful part......

  • Kia Ora! A New Zealand Road Trip is hands down the best way to discover the country. The North Island is full of beautiful beaches to explore, while the South Island provides stunning landscapes and many adventures. Whether you’re visiting New Zealand for a few days or......

  • The endless lines of swell breaking perfectly along the bays of Raglan was what I had imagined this surfing mecca to behold. Yet, I was to discover that Raglan was so much more than the world famous left hand break. It is home to a......

  • Bungy Jumping was always something that I had wanted to do. Traveling to Queenstown in New Zealand, the adventure capital of the world, prompted me to think about this adventure seriously. So, I mustered up the courage to sign up to AJ Hackett Bungy experience. Then, I......

  • Planning on chasing the European sun? Pack your bikini and visit at least one of these five destinations to soak up the European summer and bask in the warm waters. 1. Cinque Terre, Italy Cinque Terre, meaning ‘five villages’ is just that – five ingeniously constructed seaside......

  • One of the best ways to travel around Croatia is a aboard a boat. You get to experience the best of what Croatia has to offer in the convenience of only 7 days. We opted for a sailing week on the Navigator Cruise, which is perfect for the......

  • Heading on a girls trip to the Greek Islands for the first time? Not sure which islands to choose? My advice for first timers is the Cyclades. White-washed villages, sugar-cube houses, and blue domed churches, recognisable through countless posters, films and postcards. Not only are......

  • They call this the divine coast because when you travel the roads here, it is like you are suspended between the heavens and the sea. They say whoever wanders through will be enchanted by the scenery and the spectacular views, as they admire the unique beauty and......

  • The Yucatán Peninsula is a very popular destination in the Mexican Caribbean, offering intense shades of blue waters, white sand beaches and flares of the ancient and colourful Mayan culture. The natural wonders are truly beautiful and the Mayan ruins are captivating. However, I will......

  • Away from the buzzing tourist subsidiary of the Yucatán Peninsula, the Pacific side delivers an authentic Mexican experience, abundant with hidden beaches, consistent swell and no other tourists in site. You’ll find a number of beach villages up and down the coast but we explored the......

  • Sailing from Colombia to Panama through the San Blas Islands was always going to be a highlight. My travel buddy, Jess, and I were extremely excited and expectations were exceedingly exceeded. Our voyage was 5 days on Gypsy Moth, a 42ft catamaran with a boutique......

  • Sometimes you stumble into a stranger and they become your best friend. The connection and commonality is so great that you long to spend time with them. On an island in Panama we stumbled into our new best friends. Although we differed in age, nationality,......

  • I have been to Costa Rica twice and only to one place. Santa Teresa is my secret place of my amazingness. She is defined by her beautiful long white sand beach, her roaring waves, and her dirt road speckled with gorgeous cafe’s, restaurants and shops, running parallel to the beach.......

  • Ometepe, an island composed of two volcanoes, emerges from the the Cocibolca, the great Lake of Nicaragua. Joined by a thin, flat isthmus the two volcanoes shape the island like an hourglass. Over the northern half of Ometepe looms the Concepción, a majestic and perfectly......

  • San Juan del Sur is the most popular travel destination on Nicaragua’s Pacific coast, offering a lively mix of local culture, exciting night life and adventures. Surfing, exploring, fishing, yoga, horseback riding and embarking on a canopy tour are some of the adventures on offer.......

  • All I could see was people. People running down the street, across the road, falling out of bars. Feathers, glitter, lycra and a lot of skin; they were all adorned with the most bizarre of costumes. “Carnival doesn’t start until next week, no?” I asked......

  • Colonial Cartagena is on the northern coast of Colombia, neighbouring the Caribbean Coast. Due to its location, this port town is popular for travellers to leave the Southern American continent and venture into Central America by way of sea through the San Blas Islands and......