Holidays & Travel

Hassle-free camping: The benefits of pop-up tents

Having survived the gloomy winters inside, it is time you get out into the sun and enjoy the camping season. We know how eager you are to get a taste of that fresh mountain air again. Taking a trip into the lap of nature is the best way to destress yourself from the challenges of everyday life and return to being highly recharged.

However, sometimes camping can prove to be extremely stressful. For instance, most people dislike the hassle of pitching their tents, which can be a pushback for you to camp. Nobody wants to ruin their valuable day out by reading instructions and...

Claire Small

Claire Small



How to Take Advantage of Low-Cost Flights

Authored by Claire Small
Posted: Thu, 01/21/2021 - 7:07am

When planning to travel on a budget, you should consider using low-cost flights that are offered by low-cost airline companies. The services there are a bit different from the usual standard flights since you don’t get to enjoy services such as entertainment and meals. Just like other flights, they come with their fair share of both advantages and disadvantages. Before settling on the airline to use, make sure you do a comparison of several options to ensure you settle on the one that suits you best. In most low-cost airlines, they don’t offer instant tickets. You have to book your ticket...

Why Biggleswade is the Best Place for Families to Live

Authored by
Posted: Wed, 01/13/2021 - 7:09pm

Biggleswade is a market town set on the River Isel in Bedfordshire. It is known for its convenient London commute, but there’s certainly more to this town than a train station. Biggleswade has plenty to offer both locals and visitors. What is about this market town that makes it a good spot for families?


It must be said that one of the main draws of living in Biggleswade is how close it is to London. Travelling from St Pancras to Biggleswade , on average, takes 45 minutes. The property company, CBRE, announced Biggleswade as the best value commuter town. So,...

Women Solo Traveller

Car Rental Tips for Women on Solo Road Trips

Authored by gilfarkash
Posted: Tue, 01/12/2021 - 11:12am

Long solo road trips can be one of the best part of every woman life. Traveling alone by car can be a very personal, exciting and enjoyable experience. Women travelling alone can enjoy the freedom of driving down an open highway. Women solo traveler can feel truly alive on the road and feel in control of their own path and own destiny.

Renting a car when planning for a road trip can be a truly liberating experience. But it doesn’t come without its share of stress and misfortunes. You can learn how to take care of yourself as a single woman traveling alone, so that the trip can be...

Is Purchasing Travel Insurance a Really Good Idea?

Authored by Sam Richards
Posted: Mon, 01/11/2021 - 6:45am

You may have inevitably been offered to buy travel insurance if you travel a lot, and without knowing anything about it, you just do not know if it is a decent deal or a ripoff. You may be at risk of financial or physical loss if you travel extensively, but these days, travel sites make it pretty easy to add trip coverage. A travel insurance policy will provide you with the cover you may need for losses caused by a wide range of incidents that can affect your trip, whether they occur before, during, or even after your trip. Read on to find out the advantages and why it's a smart idea to...

Beaches in the US to experience during holidays

Authored by David Humphrey
Posted: Sun, 01/10/2021 - 11:39am

Family beach holidays can create memories for a lifetime, as long as each member of the family is satisfied. As summer approaches, you are likely to have one thing in mind- the beach. Fortunately, you do not have to travel far to find an ideal beach location in the U.S. Right from Florida to New York, and Hawaii to California, there are so many beaches for your next family getaway.

Several blissful stretches can be found beside an ocean with striking mountains in a distance or a rock formation nearby. There are some beaches ideal for water sports activities like surfing or...

Explore the Heart of Chiang Mai in a Hotel Near the Night Bazaar

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Mon, 12/28/2020 - 3:00pm

When you book a hotel near the Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai , you’ll be right in the heart of ‘Old Town’, the ancient part of this Northern Thailand city. You’ll also be in the perfect location to explore everything that makes this city such a must-see destination.

Chiang Mai is actually considered the ‘other’ capital city of Thailand. It has been in existence for much longer than Bangkok has and was the capital city of the Lanna Kingdom. The city offers a completely different experience than Bangkok. The art and culture of the hill tribes in the mountains around the city are some...

7 Honeymoon Destinations For a Romantic Getaway

Authored by Claire Small
Posted: Thu, 12/24/2020 - 12:38pm

There is no better way of celebrating your “just married” status than with a great honeymoon. Finding the ultimate and romantic getaway for you and your spouse is not going to be hard; there are hundreds of destinations that newlywed couples used to go to time and time again.

So, if you’ve still haven’t made up your mind yet, here are some recommendations.

1. St. Lucia

If you want to spend quality time on the white sand of the Caribbean beaches, you wouldn’t find a better destination than St. Lucia. The beautiful scenery, the lush mountains, and luxurious resorts will be...

Reasons To Switch From A Tent To A Hammock When Going Camping

Authored by Claire Small
Posted: Tue, 12/22/2020 - 2:25pm

Nothing is better than a good trip in the wilderness. But to make sure that your trip is perfect, you need the right camping equipment, a way to get there, and the best spot for your camp. Since tents are normally associated with camping, no one would think of substituting their tent with other sleeping options, but you might find other choices, like hammocks for instance, much better in terms of comfort and versatility. If you want more reasons why you should invest in hammocks, check out the following points.

Sleep Better

A lot of veteran campers have emphasized this...

Will EU citizens need an eTA for the UK after Brexit?

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Sun, 12/20/2020 - 9:57am

With the end of the Brexit transition period fast approaching, many people have questions about how travelling from the EU to the UK will change from January 1st 2021.

Currently, EU, EEA and Swiss citizens can enter the United Kingdom on holiday or for other short stay purposes without a visa. Just a valid passport is required to cross the border.

The UK’s departure from the EU is likely to change the nature of this arrangement. Whilst there are no indications that EU nationals will be required to obtain a visa to enter Britain, the UK government has expressed its...

What's new in Salcombe and South Hams in 2021

New for 2021: Devon heaven! Seven great new reasons to visit Salcombe and South Hams in 2021

Authored by janeabsolutepr
Posted: Fri, 12/18/2020 - 1:02pm

Salcombe and its surrounding villages have a host of new and enticing experiences for visitors to enjoy in 2021. From indulgent artisan chocolate and ice cream tasting tours, to stays in elegant estuary view, en suite shepherd huts, visitors can look forward to a host of new and uplifting experiences in 2021.

Complemented by a selection of amazing outdoor adventures including SUP, surfing, sea kayaking and a selection of six new e-bike routes, guests coming to Salcombe and the South Hams can look forward to treating themselves in mind, body and spirit. For news of these and a host...