Travel Explorer Blog 2020

The world is slowly re-opening, here are the six new trends in travel

The world is slowly re-opening, here are the six new trends in travel

15 Sep 2020

There’s no doubt that travellers have needed to recalibrate what’s important when planning their vacations that were never significant before. Something as simple as considering whether you can physically get in and out (without the sting of a two week quarantine on the other side) are now at the forefront of our minds. Border restrictions and quarantine aside, what researchers are finding is that travellers are looking for the 4 R’s, they are seeking destinations to: recharge, regroup, relax and to somewhere that is remote. Read more »

Do good this Nelson Mandela International Day!

Do good this Nelson Mandela International Day!

18 Jul 2020

The founding father of peace in South Africa, Nelson Mandela was a fierce advocate for equality and every 18 July we celebrate his legacy the world over. His deep commitment to fairness has become his legacy, inspiring many to work together towards a more equal and just world. Read more »

Travel in the post-COVID-19 era: What does this mean for you?

Travel in the post-COVID-19 era: What does this mean for you?

10 Jul 2020

There’s no denying that the travel industry has been shaken by the repercussions of COVID-19. What we know is that, while travel has been brought to a halt, there is certainly hope for a full recovery in the near future. Will it be the same? It’s highly unlikely. What is likely to change is the way we travel, the higher standards we now expect and the confidence we instil in the travel industry from all aspects; including transport, accommodation and our experiences. Read more »

2020 a year to celebrate and advocate biodiversity

2020 a year to celebrate and advocate biodiversity

05 Jun 2020

This 5 June is the United Nations flagship day for promoting awareness and worldwide action to protect the environment, celebrated as World Environment Day. Each year World Environment Day focusses on a theme that is relevant to a current environmental issue. The theme for 2020 is biodiversity and is hosted by Colombia Read more »

Celebrate our youth around the globe this World Children’s Day

Celebrate our youth around the globe this World Children’s Day

27 May 2020

World Children’s Day celebrates children from all nations in the far corners of the globe. By exposing our children to the lives of other children around the world, there are many benefits to be gained. Read more »

Explore the world from the comfort of your home

Explore the world from the comfort of your home

03 May 2020

During this unprecedented time, it’s easy to feel as if our travelling days are a distant memory. At Exploriada, we are here to help you stay curious by inspiring you to travel around-the-world from the comfort of your own home. Wherever you’d like to travel, there’s an online adventure waiting to be had. So, let us take you there! From visiting the zoo, to enjoying a relaxing spa or even learning the nuances of a new language. Here are a few experiences to ignite old travel memories or invoke a curiosity to create new ones, all from your home. Read more »

48 hours in Panama

48 hours in Panama

26 Apr 2020

Situated in the heart of the country, Panama City is a popular spot for tourists with its rich history and vibrant culture. For travellers, it’s a mixed affair that will have you spending the morning in the colonial old town, sloth spotting in the afternoon and taking in the view from one of the many skyscrapers at night. While Panama City happens to be the most developed city in all of Central America, there are plenty of activities to do with just 48 hours, here’s what we recommend! Read more »

9 Ways to celebrate Easter around the world

9 Ways to celebrate Easter around the world

09 Apr 2020

While for most of us Easter is synonymous with eating chocolate, around the world there are an abundance of customs and traditions celebrated over the religious holiday. Despite our common ground at the core of the Easter tradition, being that Jesus rose from the dead after his crucifixion, not everyone around the world celebrates the holiday in the same way. Here are the 9 most intriguing traditions that take place around the world over Easter. Read more »

World Water Day

World Water Day

22 Mar 2020

Clean drinking water is something we can often take for granted, the ability to turn on the tap without concern for sanitation or water quality is a true luxury. Not all countries around the world have this comfort, in fact, currently there are 785 million people who do not have access to safe drinking water. It’s important that together we address the ways in which we can all help out. Read more »

Things you should know before travelling to Ireland

Things you should know before travelling to Ireland

17 Mar 2020

Luscious countryside, mythical legends, upbeat music and world-renowned beer - a trip to Ireland will undoubtably impress, leaving you wishing you could stay. Irish traditions and culture are well known around the globe, including world famous St Patricks Day, but not everyone will be aware of where, when and how they started. Read more »

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