We’re no strangers to Indonesia and its 17,000 islands. It’s actually our fourth visit. We went to Bali, twice, and then Borneo and the Derawan Islands. And like Borneo, the Komodo National Park is what you can call a paradise for nature lovers.
Like most people, the first thing that comes to mind when you hear Rwanda is probably not tourism. We understand, the Rwandan genocide of 1994 left permanent marks in everyone’s memory, but today, the country has moved on from its darkest hours and is opening up to the world.
Should you go visit the Great Barrier Reef you ask? Well, let’s see. How does swimming in the middle of a coral garden surrounded by hundreds of colourful tropical fishes sounds? Not bad, hey? We thought so. That’s why we decided to go there for the second time. And we’re taking you with us. > Read more
Why is the Daintree Rainforest such a big deal you ask? It’s estimated to be around 180 million years old, making it the oldest tropical lowland rainforest in the world. That’s quite insane when you think about it! It makes the Amazon and its 11 million years feel like a baby.
It covers a territory 16 times the size of Singapore. And if that wasn’t special enough, it sits alongside the Great Barrier Reef, making it the only place in the world where two UNESCO World Heritage Listed sites meet (in Cape Tribulation). > Read more
On top of the freedom and happiness you expect from travelling, there are those unexpected and unforgettable moments. Here’s a random list of some of our best trip memories.
I was browsing our picture folder when I rediscovered several beautiful beaches we fell in love with. There are many wonderful beaches around the world but rare are the secluded ones. As we like you, we’d like to share a few of those places. Here are 7 of our favourite beaches away from the crowd. Add them quickly to your bucket list before they change.
The “Rim Fire”, a fire caused by a hunter mid-August 2013, destroyed many hectares. When we go to the park three weeks later, the fire wasn’t extinguished. It will be contained at 80% after 4 weeks. In total, more than 100,000 hectares have burned including 26,000 in the park … It will take more than 2 months to fully extinguish it.