Many of us have dreamed of an adventurous expedition to the middle of nowhere. When asked to think of a wilderness most of us would speak of Alaska, or the Amazon Rainforest, or even the vast tundra of the Antarctic. But there are still other true wildernesses left in the world, that are lesser known and lesser explored. Here are just 6 of them!
Aristotle once said that elephants were ‘the animal which surpasses all others in wit and mind.’ Save The Elephant Day is a chance to show our continued love and support for our lovable giants and raise awareness of the threats in both African and Asian continents.
Have you ever opened up your suitcase to find that your shoes and socks have left a not so great smell on your clothes; maybe you forgot an adapter and can’t charge your phone? Well then you need to try these amazing travel hacks that will stop those pesky things getting in the way of your amazing travelling experience!
Many people visit Thailand for its amazing beaches, nightlife and festivals and those who do definitely don’t regret it. It’s a historic, stunning place to visit and if you need a few reasons why you should go to Thailand then here are eight!
Dolphins have always been a great fascination to humans. They have been positively noted for their playful nature, intelligence and occasional help to humans, whether it is fishing or rescuing their lives! Here’s 15 facts about dolphins that you might not know.
Not everyone wishes to follow the road called ‘Higher Education’. For some people it’s simply too narrow and they decide to follow a much more unpredictable journey known as travelling… But where do you start? Believe it or not, cool travel jobs are not just for people with degrees – far from. Let’s explore your options.
It would have been impossible to fathom back in 718- the year sushi was first ever recorded- the heights of popularity that this Japanese delicacy would reach, and the associated ecological repercussions to fish stocks that would occur as a result.
Festival season in the UK is a huge celebration and a rare energetic buzz despite the usual predictable miserable weather. The UK is not the only country in the world to host some great grooves though, especially of the green variety. Here are 5 festivals trying to adopt more sustainable tactics.
World health day is an annual day where The World Health Organisation celebrates its creation in 1948. Every year they pick a specific theme of what they focus and raise awareness about, and this year on April 7th it’s all about food safety. Although on the surface it seems like we have got it all under control, food production causes problems with the environment as well and can be improved immensely.
The world’s most desolate climate is home to animals that have adapted to take the harsh environment and thrive in it. Many of the arctic residents are a sub-species of animals that live in different places across the globe. It’s fascinating to see these animals in a vast and isolated part of the world and study how this affects their lifestyle and behaviours.
Snorkelling and diving are both really fun ways to explore the ocean and discover marine life at its best, but they are also very different and require different tools and skills. So here’s a handy infographic guide for where you can find out everything you need to know before you decide to jump in!
The bushmeat industry is now the biggest driver of wildlife decline, and causing irreversible damage to some of the world’s rarest species. You may not know it, but there is currently ‘bushmeat crisis’