Stott Park and High Dam Walk Near Lake Windermere, England
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In the south of the peninsula, neighbouring lake Windermere is an often forgotten and quieter trail for this area of the lakes. High dam is a lovely walking route and tarn that has plenty of options to suit those who want a bit of a challenge or those who want … Read More

Exploring The Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand
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The Marlborough Sounds consists of beautiful forested mountains, sunken valleys and 1500km of stunning coastline. Situated on northern edge of New Zealand’s jaw dropping South Island. They are formed of four main sounds which make up this area. Marlborough is known around the world for its wine making. In fact … Read More

Exploring Llanberis, Snowdonia National Park, Wales
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Llanberis is a lakeside village based in north west Wales and is often the starting point for many hikers to climb Snowden (The highest mountain in Wales). Due to a number of restrictions still in place around the United Kindgom from the pandemic, we decided to explore more of the … Read More

The Lake District Series – Ennerdale Water
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Ennerdale water is a remote glacial lake that is tucked away in the north west of the national park surrounded by mountains and mature conifers. I knew very little about this stunning lake, with the neighbouring village of Ennerdale bridge set back from the lake, giving this lake even more remoteness. The location of the lake is also further for anyone travelling from most of England; I wish I knew about it sooner.

Visiting Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany
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Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria Germany is often nicknamed the fairtail castle. It was built in 1868 by King Ludwig II. The exterior of this castle makes it one of the most visit castles in Europe but it is so much more than that. It is the inspiration for the disney … Read More

Hike and Bamboo Boat Safari at Periyar National Park, India
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In the cultural heartland of South India, Tamil Nadu, on the eastern front. A highlight in itself, the astounding ancient temples and well-preserved cultural traditions of Tamil Nadu make for a stark contrast to the more relaxing, coconut tree adorned western state of Kerala.

Trekking In The Annapurna, A Nepal Adventure
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Trekking in the Himalayas was one of those things I had in the back of my mind for a while. A thought always turns quickly into a plan then into reality. After all, it’s a world full of adventure and it needs to be explored. After a bit of research … Read More

The Lake District Series – Derwent Water and Bassenthwaite
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Derwent water sits in the north east of the lake district peninsula of Cumbria, England. This 5km long tranquil water offers plenty to see and do for locals and visitors. With the nearby town of Keswick only a stones throw away and plenty of walking routes ; the surrounding areas … Read More

Hot Pools, Hiking and Hanmer Springs, New Zealand
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Hanmer Springs is a small alpine town on the South Island of New Zealand. Surrounded by mountains this beautiful place has something to offer in every season. From hiking and adrenaline activities to being pampered in the thermal spas. The spring and summer bring out full access and safety on … Read More

Interlaken and Harder Kulm, Switzerland
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From stunning dramatic mountains, piercingly blue glacier fed lakes, green lush farmland to fantastic day trips for every kind of traveller Interlakken is truley any travellers dream.

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