Known for its untamed nature and marvellous landscapes, New Zealand has become one of the world’s most popular destinations for film-making. The scenery is just perfect for a movie, which is why many blockbusters have started their journey right here, in the heart of Aotearoa. Listed below are some of the most popular movies filmed in our stunning country, that you can go visit among...Read More
As the largest sea creatures, whales awake people’s curiosity wherever they show up. If the area in which they can be observed is also a tourist destination, whale-spotting becomes an important attraction, and Australia is among the top destinations where people can witness the migrations of these stunning mammals, usually from May to October, due to colder conditions off the Australian south...Read More
As the environment is becoming more vindictive than ever before, the main task of each and every one of us is to do their best and try to sooth nature by opting for green travel destinations. The USA offers hundreds of households, parks and other facilities that identify themselves as eco-friendly destinations. The main features of this type of tourism are low carbon footprint, minimal energy...Read More
Brisbane might be the most typical city when it comes to the Australian way of living. The eastmost city of Australia, this wonderful place is a home to 2.3 million people and an attractive tourist destination. What you need when visiting Brisbane is not to be dragged around like a lost tourist, but to taste and feel the real Brisbane. Now you will learn some tips on how to behave the way...Read More
Australia is bursting with scenic regions filled with some fine examples of the art and culture of its indigenous people. Here’s the list of the main events in case you are up for a truly cultural road trip.
Barunga Festival (June 10th-12th)
Barunga Festival is a quintessential community gathering held in Katherine region over the Queen’s birthday weekend. During the festival, visitors are...Read More
New South Wales imposes itself as one of the most beautiful areas in the Southern Hemisphere. While this Australian state is well-known for Sydney and its famous sights, it can offer much more attractions to curious tourists. One of the most interesting destinations in NSW is definitely the town of Wollongong. Situated about 50 miles south of Sydney, this place is a real heaven on the...Read More