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Unforgettable experiences

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Throughout every traveller's journey, there's this one amazing aspect or experience from the trip that instantly becomes a treasured lifelong memory. And, through every voyager's lifetime travels there are always a few outstanding memories that he'll spend his lifetime re-telling friends and family over and over again.

From moving animal encounters and breathtaking wild landscapes, to captivating immersions in lost civilisations, long-standing traditions, unique and peculiar cultures and lost lands that time forgot - these are experiences that you can't help but forever embed in your mind, heart and soul.

For those once-in-a-lifetime moments during your travels that make an entire trip worth remembering, here we bring you our most unforgettable travel experiences, to share and inspire your future adventures.

Recent articles in Unforgettable experiences

  • 13 Nov 2018
  • Travel Story
  • Claire Boobbyer
The world is my oyster

South African street art - a political tour

Join me in my unique journey along one of South Africa's artiest suburbs as I took in beautiful street art and learnt the political messages behind many of them. The flourishing neighbourhood of Woodstock is fast becoming a gentrified hub where edgy cafes and hip foodie markets spring up at an alarming pace, but this once was a grimy area ripe with gang activity. Art forever changed its landscape and the lives of its inhabitants, read on to learn how.
  • 06 Oct 2018
  • Travel Advice
  • Kiri Nowak
Selfies around the world

My current top eight girls' holiday destinations for 2018 and beyond

I've been going on a girls' holiday every year now for nearly ten years. So I've been able to review and explore many prospective destinations. If you're looking for the perfect girls' holiday destination, here are my top eight picks.
  • 03 Sep 2018
  • Travel Story
  • Lucy Grewcock
Always adventuring

Zanzibar: Why I want to go back

It's almost two decades since I first visited the island of Zanzibar, or Unguja as its officially known. I was on a gap year, travelling around the world in 2001 after my A-levels. I'd already toured through Asia and Australia, and was working my way overland from South Africa to Kenya. After a fantastic few weeks in Tanzania and the Serengeti, I took the ferry from Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar.
  • 12 Mar 2018
  • Travel Story
  • Caroline Howley
The world's longest out of office

My Sri Lankan multi-centre adventure: Kandy, Ella, Mirissa and Galle

To really understand a diverse country like Sri Lanka, consider venturing to more than one destination during your trip. The ‘teardrop of India' boasts verdant inland scenery, fascinating colonial history, and a paradisiacal south coast.
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