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101. Chasing the Cheetah: Fast Facts About the Fastest Big Cat
November 15, 2018


The Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) is renowned for being the fastest land animal in the world. They can be found mainly in northern Africa, but smaller populations are also scattered around southern and eastern parts of the continent. The animals can survive in a variety of environments, from grasslands to desert regions. Currently, the big cat’s population is declining due to habitat loss and illegal trade, although conservation efforts are underway, including captive breeding programmes at zoos and protected wildlife parks. Physical Characteristics A Cheetah’s body is undoubtedly... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

102. Wildlife Tours in Poland: Which Animals to Look Out For
November 15, 2018


Thanks to its temperate seasonal climate and versatile natural environment, Poland is home to many species of animals. Specialist wildlife tours around Poland are a fantastic opportunity for nature lovers to admire the landscape and encounter some of the native animals up-close. Here are some of the country’s most impressive species that can be spotted on wildlife tours. Wolves There are approximately one thousand wolves in Poland and, although they are notoriously difficult to track, the best place to see them is in the Carpathian Mountains. However, they have been known to ha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

103. The Best Birdwatching Destinations in the World
November 15, 2018


Birds are remarkable animals, able to survive in virtually every corner of the world. Their astonishing skill and adaptability, their distinctive group habits and their intricate physical beauty are just some of the reasons birdwatching is such a popular activity. While there are countless places to see a vast range of species, some of the most rare and impressive can be observed in the following unusual destinations. South Georgia Island South Georgia Island is without doubt one of the best locations to encounter King Penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus). There are approximately... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

104. Up Close or from Afar: Pro Tips for Photographing Wildlife
November 15, 2018


For nature lovers, the dedicated wildlife holidays offered by specialist operators are quite often a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to encounter a wealth of incredible animal species in their natural habitat. Capturing these special moments through the lens of a camera (or even a smartphone) is a very important part of the experience, so it pays to be well prepared – and know how to take a jaw-dropping, pin-sharp wildlife image at a moment’s notice. Getting the Best Shot on your Wildlife Holidays Wildlife photography is unlike any other genre. Animals can be unpredictable, unexpected... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

105. ‘Go Slow' Travel: A Relaxing Encounter With the World's Wildlife
November 15, 2018


‘Slow travel’, the concept of reducing the emphasis on ‘seeing it all’ in favour of a more relaxed, quality experience, fits in perfectly with today’s specialised wildlife holidays. This kind of experience allows the genuine nature lover to travel to some of the more unusual destinations and enjoy an exploration of the natural world at a leisurely pace. The Principles of ‘Go Slow’ Wildlife Holidays Dedicated wildlife holidays with a ‘go slow’ itinerary are specially designed to allow for a slower pace over gentle terrain with extended periods of time spent out in the natural surround... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

106. 3 Must-Visit Towns Along the Yonne River
November 15, 2018


best French river cruises for those who like to travel in style. Part of a team of experienced barging aficionados, Paul is first in line to endorse the perks of a slow-paced barge cruise to anyone looking for a unique holiday experience.">Sens, Joigny and Auxerre – these three interesting towns can be found on the banks of the Yonne River. A holiday on one of the best French river cruises will certainly include visits to each, allowing guests to discover the fascinating culture and history of the towns. Sens In the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the town of Sens was wealthy and i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

107. 2 Castles to Visit While in Saverne
November 15, 2018


The atmospheric town of Saverne in Alsace Lorraine is a favourite stop for many French river cruises. With the Marne-Rhine Canal, which connects two rivers, running through Saverne its reputation has long been connected to its position near these waterways. The town is also famous for its two impressive castles – one in the centre, one overlooking the plains – as they have such strong ties to the region’s past. Mysticism and Reality: Saverne’s History Saverne has been a key town in this region since Roman times. Then it was known as Tres Tabernae Cesaris or Caesar’s Three Taverns, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

108. Tips on How to be economic and save on Maui Airport Car Rentals
November 15, 2018


Traveling to the beautiful island of Maui? Whatever be the reason, business or vacation, you can enjoy a lot with what the island has to offer. The very thing you'll look for, after checking out from the airport is the cheap, affordable quality car rental. You'll end up spending a lot of money on car rentals is you're new to the island. To make your trip easier and little more economic, here we mention six tips on how to save on Maui airport car rentals: • Reserve sooner rather than later: When you're sure to visit Maui, get your tickets and book your accommodation. The next important thi... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

109. Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle While Studying Abroad
November 14, 2018


studying abroad. London offers an unbeatable experience for international students, and Sophie has many suggestions to make sure that their time in the city is positive, safe and enjoyable.">Studying abroad provides so many excellent opportunities, from exploring a brand new culture to getting to know some unique and interesting people. There’s no end to the exciting adventures ahead, but alongside all the thrills, it’s important to maintain a healthy body and a healthy mind. These handy tips are sure to give you some inspiration as to how you can make the most of student living while lo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

110. 5 Things You Need to Know about Renting a Car in Maui
November 13, 2018


Imagine that you have already arrived in Maui and are just heading to the Car Rental Maui Airport (OGG). Although you have planned your trip in vivid detail and know exactly which sightseeing activities you are going to indulge in, you realize you literally don’t know what to say when you reach the counter of Maui Car Rental – Kahului Airport (OGG). Fret not! Just a quick browsing through this article would bless you with all the knowledge that you require and more! 1. Sieve through all the car choices The most difficult decision that you would encounter once you enter Maui afte... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

111. 5 Secret Ways to Get Cheaper Car Rentals in Maui
November 13, 2018


You might like to believe that the rate at which you secure your car rental will be dependent on the size of the car. But you would be wrong! When it comes to Maui affordable car rental, the demand dictates the prize and compact cars might seem pricier than the larger ones when you visit a Maui family-run rental car company. Do you find yourself blown away with this information? Do you want to find out more about the secrets and tricks that would enable you to get cheaper car rentals? Read on and be prepared to make big savings! 1. Time is your friend It doesn’t really matter wh... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

112. Money-Saving Travel Tips for Students in London
November 13, 2018


Being able to explore the city is one of the many things students love about London – having the freedom to travel wherever you desire is a feeling like nothing else! Plus, with so many transport services available, getting around is a piece of cake. However, travelling comes at a price, and if you aren’t aware of certain transport costs, you’ll get a nasty surprise when you next check your bank balance. To avoid accumulating a hefty bill, here are some London travel tips that you won’t want to live without… Get an Oyster Card Oyster cards are the most effective option for tube ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

113. Poetry in architecture
November 13, 2018


Renesa Architecture Design Interiors flaunts Casa Forma, a 7200 sq. ft. residence juxtaposed against the panoramic canvas of the Himalayan foothills. Named ‘Forma’ as it borrows from the flat planes and contoured terrain of the mountain ranges, the built form unfolds like in a horizontal play of staggered spaces – in strong contrast to the vertical peaks in the distance. Positioned on a downward sloping terrain, the residence provides south-facing unobstructed views and evolves, creating expressions through spaces and occasions. Reflecting monumentality and isolation through its lay... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

114. Planning a School Trip? 3 Great Destinations
November 09, 2018


Planning a school trip can be stressful and time-consuming – especially considering how much teachers work. Luckily, several companies cater to educational trips, and many areas offer tours, guides and more. Read on for three of the best locations to amaze, inform and inspire. Normandy Normandy is perhaps the location on this list richest in history. William the Conqueror came out of Caen almost a millennium ago to define British history – and the town is still open to visitors today. The region also houses the famed Bayeux Tapestry, allowing students to gasp at 70m of centuries-ol... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

115. Expert Recommended Attractions for Learning Opportunities on School Trips
November 09, 2018


Few teachers have the time to put together a perfect bespoke outing, most need a little help and structure when planning a school trip. In this article, we’ll list a few of the UK’s best educational attractions and suggest some ways to build a great trip. The Houses of Parliament Regardless of what they study, there’s no reason any UK pupil should turn down a trip to the home of British democracy. As both a working parliament and a living monument to history, the Houses of Parliament are the perfect site to educate children of all ages. What’s more, they offer a great opportunity f... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

116. Party Central: The Best Nightlife in Tenerife
November 09, 2018


Tenerife is widely known for its party scene – you won’t have difficulty finding a buzzing bar! Though the nightlife is never-ending, it’s handy to be in the know about the very best venues before you head out on your first night there. Find out how you and your mates can really make the most of a Tenerife holiday. La Laguna If you like student life at home, you’re going to love it in La Laguna; it’s home to the island’s university. The small streets are crawling with young partygoers and have an excellent selection of bars, remarkably untouched by tourists. Blend in with the locals... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

117. Animal Adventures for the Family in Tenerife
November 09, 2018


Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, and is an extremely popular tourist spot for families. With its sandy beaches, clear sea waters and glorious sunshine, it’s no surprise that millions of travellers flock there every year. However, there’s more to the island than just the beaches – if you and your kids love nature, there are numerous animal attractions that are sure to make your next Tenerife holiday the best one yet. Watery Adventures Forget the aquarium – you’re in the perfect place to see some amazing sea life out in the wild. Head out on one of the many boat trips av... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

118. Insider Secrets: Four Towns in Italy You'd Be Mad to Miss
November 08, 2018


Italy may be regarded as a must-stop on anyone’s itinerary when travelling in Europe for Rome, Milan, Venice or perhaps Lake Como or Lake Garda. However, venture away from the usual tourist trail, and a wealth of charming culture, delightful cuisine and stunning natural beauty awaits you. Some of the country’s less well-known towns and cities can offer a true glimpse into the life of the Italian people, and perhaps a more authentic experience of their culture. Siracusa Situated on the coast of Sicily, Siracusa is truly one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Charming piazzas, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

119. Why Spain is a Great Destination for School Ski Trips
November 07, 2018


School ski trips can be tough to organise. You need to choose a reliable destination that is both affordable for parents and lots of fun for your budding winter sport enthusiasts. While Spain might not be the first European destination that pops into your mind when you are thinking about skiing destinations, I suggest that you consider it as an option. Sierra Nevada is regarded as Spain’s premier winter resort and La Masella is a stunning Pyrenees location, and both deserve a mention when it comes to winter holiday hotspots. They should definitely be considered as an alternative to the mo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

120. The Best Educational Art Museums in Barcelona
November 07, 2018


Barcelona is undoubtedly one of the most acclaimed cities when it comes to art, and it lends itself perfectly to art-focused school trips. There are a number of wonderful museums and here we recommend three that will give pupils on school trips to Barcelona the chance to indulge in an artistic experience that they will remember always. The Picasso Museum This excellent museum gives your students the chance to understand the young Picasso. Through the exhibitions that include more than 4,000 works, the relationship the artist had with Barcelona is revealed. It was one that developed i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

121. Scarily Educational UK School Trips: The York Dungeon
November 07, 2018


One of the most popular UK school trips is a visit to the historical city of York, famous for its murky, dark past. Take your class to the York Dungeon and allow your students to immerse themselves in these three eerie tours and workshops. York Dungeon Tour What could be more exciting for a group studying history than a thrilling trip to the York Dungeon? Learning can be achieved many different ways. Exploring the fascinating exhibits at the York Dungeon and embarking on the 2,000-year journey into the dark history of this city all while accompanied by live characters will help stude... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

122. 3 Magical German Christmas Markets to Visit on a School Trip
November 07, 2018


There is nothing more magical than a Christmas market in Germany. For decades they have been famous for their traditional festive atmosphere – and they make wonderful destinations for a school trip, especially if you want your youngsters to practice their German language skills! Three Famous German Christmas Markets Bonn This stunning city was once the capital of the country and is very well known for its incredible Christmas market. Set in the streets that lead off the Münsterplatz, this festive ‘feast for the senses’ turns the city into a chocolate box fairy tale. Every day, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

123. The Best Months for Visiting La Plagne
November 05, 2018


Searching for a way to get rid of the post-Christmas blues for good? Fly off to La Plange at the beginning of the year for a cheaper, quieter, more enjoyable holiday. Money, Money, Money It’s not all about saving money, but this is a good place to start especially if your February skiing trip is a cheeky extra holiday. Skiing holidays are often included in January sales meaning you could have a very affordable trip to La Plagne. Chalet and hotel accommodation are also often cheaper, and flights are much more reasonable compared to the Christmas holidays. Peace and Quiet H... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

124. Take Your Sweetheart on a Valentine's Treat to La Plagne
November 05, 2018


As all keen skiers know, La Plagne is the go-to destination for those who love nothing more than hitting the slopes. With so much adrenaline in the air, it might not seem like the ideal location for a romantic getaway. However, the region offers a whole host of more relaxed activities which are perfect for those celebrating Valentine’s Day with their sweetheart in La Plagne. Chalet rental is the only accommodation option for starry-eyed lovers. You’ll have your own warm, cosy space perfect for cuddling, having a glass of wine and enjoying one another’s company. This article offers just a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

125. There's Snow Place for Family Fun like Alpe d'Huez
November 05, 2018


Spanning altitudes between 1,250 and 3,330 metres, Alpe d’Huez is an up-and-coming resort in France’s central Western Alps. Its summer cycling is world famous, partly because of the Tour de France, but its winter sports are fast gaining recognition as another great reason to visit Alpe d’Huez. Chalets, apartments and luxury hotels, meanwhile, ensure that all visitors are satisfied. A Family Resort The resort is currently in the middle of a big push for more customers and publicity, particularly families. It has already earned the Famille Plus certificate for its wide range of optio... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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