There are so many experiences to have across the world. So, we’ve created a little list of some of our favourites that might help you choose your next adventure.
Oh, and as always, pop us a message if you ever need any tips.
1.) Go skiing in the French Alps
Top Tip: Make time to check out the cute French villages that surround the ski resorts. They’re half the reason you’re here.
2.) Go swimming with Manta Rays in the Maldives
Top Tip: Let the Manta Rays come to you, don’t ever chase them – they’ll just swim off otherwise. Seems like silly advice but you’d be surprised at how many people get carried away when they see the Manta Rays.
3.) See Machu Picchu at sunrise
Top Tip: If you want to climb up Huayna Picchu (for amazing and unique views of Machu Picchu), book your ticket as far in advance as possible as it’s almost always sold out.
4.) Swim in a Cenote in Mexico
Top Tip: The water is slightly cooler than you’d expect but this is probably a welcome respite after a long day in the sun.
5.) Do a road trip across Italy
Top Tip: Don’t rush it. Take your time to discover as many tiny little villages and towns as possible.
Some of Italy’s greatest treasures are its smallest places.
6.) Explore ancient kingdoms in Sri Lanka
Top Tip: Get a sarong/trousers to cover your legs (guys and gals). Also, pack some extra socks with you as you have to walk barefoot around the temples and the floor can be quite hot if it’s sunny.
7.) Go on a safari in South Africa
Top Tip: Pay attention to where you stay – fun as safaris are, you’ll spend a fair bit of time in your resort so make sure you get a place that’s perfect for you (and preferably, one with a pool).
Also, never stick your arm out of the 4 x4 jeeps or make loud noises around the animals.
8.) See the lake in the mountains in the Faroe islands
Top Tip: It’s a 1-hour hike from the closest place you can park your car so go properly prepared.
9.) Hike up to the Rainbow mountains in Peru
Top Tip: If you struggle – get yourself a horse to finish the journey with (even if all the horse does is carry your bag for you).
10.) Swim with wild turtles in Barbados
Top Tip: If this is your first time, the turtles can be quite intimidating at first as they’re quite big but don’t worry; they’re quite friendly (this is no excuse to touch them of course – never touch wild turtles).