2020 February

The True Meaning of Carnival

The True Meaning of Carnival

20 Feb 2020

Labelled as the ‘Greatest Show on Earth’, Rio Carnival 2020 is upon us. Carnival is best known for its street-parties, extravagant costumes and of course, plenty of samba. The event brings in millions of visitors each year and forces the entire country of Brazil to a standstill. But what is it all about? Why do we celebrate it and what is the true meaning of Carnival? Read more »

Volunteer Travel - Why & How to Choose

Volunteer Travel - Why & How to Choose

17 Feb 2020

With the dawn of Random Acts of Kindness Day, what better way to give back and offer kindness than volunteering your time and energy into the many volunteer opportunities worldwide. A volunteer experience abroad is an extremely rewarding and enriching thing to do. Not only will you visit a part of the world you might not normally travel to, but you’re also making a big difference to areas that need help the most. Not to mention, influencing the lives of people within the community you’re visiting. Volunteering abroad also offers a great opportunity to gain a plethora of skills that will benefit you hugely after you have returned home. So, if you want to travel responsibly and make a difference, perhaps volunteering abroad might be the adventure for you. Read more »

Last Minute Trip Ideas for Valentines Day

Last Minute Trip Ideas for Valentines Day

07 Feb 2020

Valentine’s Day is a fun and exciting holiday that is full of possibility, and it’s right around the corner. If you’re celebrating with someone special and want to blow them out of the water with an incredible Valentine’s Day, why not show them just how much they mean to you with a surprise trip? No matter what kind of travellers you and your loved ones are, it’s not too late to book your perfect, romantic getaway. Read more »

The 8 Benefits of Family Travel

The 8 Benefits of Family Travel

03 Feb 2020

This year, from 3rd – 9th February, the U.K celebrates Children’s Mental Health Week. The annual event draws attention to the importance of children and young people’s mental health. The theme this year is 'find your brave'. Bravery can come in all shapes and sizes, no matter the age. We can think of no better way for children to find their brave by gaining self and social awareness, increased confidence and self-esteem than the act of travelling. Read more »

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