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Explorer’s Way Road Trip

Explorer’s Way Road Trip

If taking a road trip is a great Australian dream, then driving from Darwin to Alice Springs through some of the nation’s most spectacular country in a Maui camper complete with all the mod-cons, is the ideal way to make it come true.

24 Hours in Mumbai

24 Hours in Mumbai

India has long been a cultural melting pot, created by a succession of foreign invaders including Hindu Aryans, Islamic Moguls and the British

In the Footsteps of Heroes – The Kokoda Track

In the Footsteps of Heroes – The Kokoda Track

This iconic trek into the Papua New Guinea wilderness takes you on a journey that tests both your mind and body. By Matt Martin

Where & When – Soleus GPS 1.0

Where & When – Soleus GPS 1.0

For the traveller that likes to keep fit while on holidays, this great little GPS watch makes it easy to keep track of everything, from time and distance to calories burnt!

Le Meridian – Isle of Pines

Le Meridian – Isle of Pines

In a century-old coconut grove on the white sands of Oro Bay, find pure relaxation in this luxury resort!

Jumeirah Mosque – Dubai

Jumeirah Mosque – Dubai

The Jumeirah Mosque is a dominant landmark of Dubai city. Built in the medieval Fatimid tradition, this stone structure is a tribute to modern Islamic architecture. While strolling through the Mosque at sunset, you will be washed in shadows by this elegant formation.

Yotsutake Restaurant – Food & Fun

Yotsutake Restaurant – Food & Fun

A traditional Okinawan banquet combined with Ryukyu dance performances gives you one of the best nights out in Naha city, Okinawa!

Dive East Timor

Dive East Timor

When I told people I was going to East Timor they thought I was crazy. I received comments like “Why go there?” and “Is it safe?” Well, after spending two weeks there I can now answer their questions. By Rachael Letts

Close Encounters!

Close Encounters!

During the filming of The Travel Bug I had countless amazing experiences. From climbing a volcano in Vanuatu to walking in the halls of an ancient Japanese castle. But some of my favourite memories are from the close encounters I’ve had with animals – Great and small!

The Cradle of Mother Nature

The Cradle of Mother Nature

Tasmania’s magnificent Cradle Mountain is a nature lover’s paradise. It’s a special place with the most pristine and picturesque of wilderness environments.