Posts Tagged ‘iceland’

Guide to Motorbiking Through Vietnam

Did you know it’s entirely possible to motorbike through Vietnam. It is a truly unique way of experiencing a country. Even Top Gear decided they couldn’t miss out on it!  Before you begin your journey, you may have all sorts of questions such as, where to ride, what to pack,…

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Into the Wild

Sanctuary Makanyane Safari Lodge   Blending seamlessly into the bush of the Madikwe Game Reserve, the 8-suite luxury lodge was designed to have minimal impact on the environment. It boasts personalised services, an exquisite cuisine and glass- walled bedrooms for the truly indulgent holiday goer. The crowning moment of the…

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Travel News (Issue 90)

Lord Howe Island announced in Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Lonely Planet has announced Lord Howe Island as one of the world’s Top 10 regions in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2020. The crescent-shaped island promises an array of activities from snorkelling on the coral reef, hand-feeding fish on Ned’s beach…

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Snapshots: National Parks

Whether it is for the protection of forests, national treasures or wildlife, national parks around the world are as varied as the countries they belong to. From ancient civilizations to geological wonderlands, we visit some of the lesser-known parks around the world. ICELAND Vatnajokull National Park Vatnajokull National Park is…

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Nature Through the Lens

PHOTOGRAPHY BY: Andrew JK Tan / Mentorgraphy   About Andrew JK Tan, photographer “I am a very serious hobbyist and also a freelance photographer. I have been involved in photography for over 30 years now. I especially love shooting nature, sports, wildlife, landscapes, travel, portraiture and macro photography. In 2012…

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Snapshot: Epic Hikes

When it comes to getting to know the spirit of a country, there is no better way than to tackle an epic hiking trail that takes in history, culture and landscape. If you love exploring at a slower pace (or if you’re feeling fit and adventurous), here are some epic…

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Watercolours

These waters are dyed the most brilliant of hues. Once again, Mother Nature proves herself to be the most creative of artists we have witnessed. Her creativity manifests itself in the flamboyant multitude of colours that paint these waters the vibrant hues science cannot fully vouch for. Blue Lagoon, Iceland…

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A Dive into the Unknown

Photo: Hoiseung Jung/Shutterstock These extraordinary sites add a new, lesser-known dimension to diving. FOR MANY dive enthusiasts, an underwater expedition is a prized opportunity to explore the captivating submarine realm. There is an enigmatic grace in the creatures of the deep and endless mystery within subaquatic nature, with a profound…

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Bucket List Series: The Land of Fire & Ice

Think Iceland: a wintry sweep of frozen terrains perhaps characteristic of its namesake. Icy topography and biting winds aside, that isn’t all there is here.   Hallmarked by her dramatic landscapes, the stunning North Atlantic island flaunts a cache brimming with inimitable experiences, Iceland-style.   FIRST AND FOREMOST, discovering this…

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