Travelling in Central Asia is like a fairytale. From the white peaks of the Kyrgyz mountains to the wild horses on the steppes of Kazakhstan. From the pearls of architecture in Uzbekistan to one of the world’s most closed countries of Turkmenistan and intriguing landscapes of Tajikistan. Central Asia lies off the beaten path for most of the tourists, but it intrigues and fascinates those adventurous ones. Here, I share with you my Central Asia travel guide and full Central Asia itinerary to help you plan your next backpacking trip to one of the world’s underrated regions.
Senja island in Norway is a truly hidden gem. Dramatic peaks dropping into the sea, white sand beaches surrounded by the mountains, the abundance of wildlife and untouched nature. Add to this opportunity to see the natural phenomenon of Midnight sun and Northern Lights and you will get the recipe for the perfect outdoor travel destination in Norway. Find out more reasons why you should consider visiting Senja in Norway, like, right now!
Known for its unique atmosphere and untouched nature, Iceland has many secret places that will make your experience truly unforgettable. Discover Iceland off the beaten path and see where to find Icelandic hidden gems with the exact location map.
Jordan’s Nature Reserve of the size of Malta is still a secret for some. Discover the paradise for hikers and adventure lovers – Dana Biosphere Reserve.
How is it to climb the highest mountain in Jordan? How to organize the unique Wadi Rum trekking trip that not many people heard about? Jabal Umm ad Dami is one of the best places for hiking in Wadi Rum. It offers striking views to Wadi Rum’s rugged landscape, the Red Sea and even Saudi Arabia’s vast desert. In fact, the mountain is located only a few hundred meters from the border with this country. Want to have an extraordinary experience during Wadi Rum hiking? Go on top of the Jabal Umm ad Dami. Find out exactly how to do it in the guide below.
The historic harbour, buzzing seaside and the high tower offering stunning views of the area are only a few examples of places to visit in Portsmouth, England. Find out what places to visit in Portsmouth and why you should travel to the south coast of England.
Take one of the Svalbard tours of the lifetime and experience the great arctic adventure. Drive on the frozen sea, admire the green icebergs and blue glaciers, search for amazing wildlife and Svalbard polar bears while exploring the majestic East Coast of Spitsbergen on snowmobiles. So much fun!
Experience the unique arctic adventure just over 1100 km from the North Pole, in the real wilderness of the Svalbard archipelago. Find out the best things to do in Svalbard and have a lifetime experience in the High Arctic – a home of 3,000 polar bears.
Detailed, intricate, almost a thousand years old carvings engraved in the dark stone covering the whole walls. You can find there gods, dancers, and pictures of battles. Hindu mythology, rulers of the empire or 644 elephants, that none of each looks the same. Discover some of the most impressive architecture and historical places of South India. Described by one of my Indian friends as “Hampi, but smaller”. Belur and Halebid temples in Karnataka. Why do you need to put them on your south Indian itinerary?
The Isle of Mull is a perfect place for a short break in Scotland and one of my favourite weekend gateways in Scottish isles. There are so many great things to do on the Isle of Mull, from island hopping to the nearby Isle of Iona, Staffa and Ulva, to looking for puffins, relaxing on the white sand beaches or hiking in the mountains. Have a look at this full guide for a perfect short break in Scotland on the Isle of Mull!