Ireland is commonly known as the Emerald Isle due to its immense natural, green and stunning landscapes. Whether you visit this beautiful place for an exciting castle crawl, the world class hiking, or attending one of the many music festivals, you are guaranteed a fun and exciting trip.
Setting out on a hike is about so many different things. It is about escaping the city, spending time in nature, and working in some exercise. The last thing you want to be doing is fighting your way through crowds to try to finish the trail. So, to beat the crowds at some of the world’s most visited hiking trails, we have compiled a list of some of our favourite trails that are not as congested.
The regal past of India can be found in temples and palaces throughout the region, and while the Taj Mahal in Agra is most often cited as the spot to go, there are other, equally worthwhile sites of cultural importance. One area which beautifully captures the exotic beauty and historical past incredibly well is the city of Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. It is here that the land of maharajas existed, and the well-preserved palaces of the royal family are well worth a visit.
Jaipur is known as one of the Golden Triangle spots for visitors, with Agra and Delhi being the other two points of interest. For some of the most opulent buildings to see and palaces to visit in the desert, then read on to discover what in Jaipur should be on your itinerary.
Belize is a small country in Central America, surrounded by Mexico, Guatemala, and the Caribbean Sea. It is a country rich in history and diversity, as evidenced by the hundreds of Mayan ruins available for exploration. Researchers have labelled it the epicentre of the Mayan world. This is because of the places, pyramids, and temples that have been discovered. These spaces have even revealed that agriculture, mathematics, and advanced science were used during this time.
When you think about Mauritius, you probably think about an island paradise – and you would be correct. However, there is so much more to this beautiful holiday destination. Not only is it known for its sugar plantations, local rum distilleries, dramatic mountains, and beautiful lagoons, but did you know that it is home to a volcano?
War is arguably the worst trait of humanity, and it’s one that we’ve been indulging in for hundreds of thousands of years in one form or another. Today’s conflicts are far different compared to what they once were, where we now simply use the very latest technology to ensure a swift and decisive victory over our enemies.
Think about Scotland and you’ll likely conjure up up visions of tartan-kilted Highlanders, skirling bagpipes, the Loch Ness Monster, isolated castles, golf, magnificent scenery as well a shaggy Highland cattle. All of these are part of the charm of this truly unique country, but also (apart from Nessie) a very authentic preview of what tourists will see there.
As the fossil fuel industry continues to be battered in terms of popularity and massive de-investment, more and more people are turning to electricity as the source of their car’s propulsion. Electricity offers a number of benefits, including being cleaner, cheaper to produce, and emitting no emissions by the vehicle.
Dreaming of a holiday where sun, sea and luxury combine? Well you need look no further than the Indian Ocean destination of the Maldives. With sunny shores and plenty of majestic resorts to choose from, the Maldives offers the ultimate escape in paradise.