In a world where all-inclusive holidays can now be booked from a click of your mouse, it's easy to lose sight of what it truly is to ‘see the world’. Here are 10 natural wonders for you to reconnect with the Earth.
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Botanic gardens are situated all over the world in some of the most beautiful locations. There is a garden situated in every continent, allowing you to tick off your travel list whilst appreciating the beautiful nature they display.
If you've been near the internet of late, you'll have seen plenty about our neighbour Mars. Recently, Trafalgar Square was transformed into a Martian landscape, encouraging discussions about visiting the Red Planet; discussions that are becoming a reality...
Without doubt, America contains some the most infamous landmarks and attractions in the world. California is a goldmine in terms of amazing sights and unforgettable experiences.
If you're planning a gap year Australia is a great place to start, with it's striking landscapes and beautiful yet dangerous wildlife instilling a sense of adventure. Here a 5 must-sees Australia has to offer:
We all know that our planet has a variety of incredible natural traits, however, some of us are unaware of the unspoken impact that they actually have upon Earth’s inhabitants.
City farms are rural environments co-existing within an urban setting, and provide many positive effects on their surrounding environment and communities.
Everyone has heard of the Seven Wonders of the World - the Great Wall of China, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, and more. These are all historic landmarks and key tourist attractions; but what about the newer, urban wonders of the world?
Since poaching has escalated dramatically, many researchers are finding new solutions to preserve and protect rhinos. One of these methods is the synthetic horn, but the real question is whether or not this is too late, or if it will work.
Duke of Edinburgh doesn’t just involve getting lost in the countryside, it is also an opportunity to learn new skills and give back to the community, creating a great sense of achievement once the award has been completed. However, I personally feel it gives you more than that.