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BYO Babysitter - The New Family Travel Trend.

Here’s a truth almost that every parent knows: When you take your kids on holiday, it’s really mostly a holiday for the kids. Some parents may consider a childless holiday the dream solution – think of the sleep-ins! – but for those with young children it can often cause more anxiety and organisati... Read more

Travel Blogger Interview with Don't Stop Living

Jonny's passion for people, places, travel, beer and football has seen him leave his home town in Northern Ireland in 2003. He has been on the road ever since, travelling, working and living in over 100 countries in all seven continents. He writes about his adventures every day and has been featured... Read more

How older travellers can see the world for less

Travelling as a retiree can be hugely liberating - the world is yours to explore, and you have as much time as you like to plan your travels. However, money can be an issue, and if you’re trying to travel cheaply, you may find you’re facing a new set of challenges. If you’re willing to give up a bi... Read more

TRAVEL ALERT: Protests in Hong Kong

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) is warning travellers about continuing protests in several locations across Hong Kong. This includes rail stations and the Hong Kong International Airport. These protests pose an extra risk to travellers and have the potential to disrupt travel plans.... Read more

My Essential Pre-Trip To-Do List

In my early twenties I was invincible. When I travelled I was care-free and on occasion, don’t tell my mother, insurance free. These days, I wouldn’t jump on a domestic flight without insurance. Working in the travel insurance industry, I’ve had the benefit of learning not only from my own experien... Read more

The world's most and least friendly destinations for tourists

A recent study conducted by the World Economic Forum has revealed which countries are most likely to welcome visitors. The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2015 has crowned the world’s most friendly country. A whopping 141 countries were judged according to key factors that influence th... Read more

5 Scary Movies not to watch this Halloween if you're planning to travel

Halloween is almost here! Grab the popcorn and dim the lights - it’s time to snuggle up with a good old scary movie. A word of warning though: if you have a holiday coming up then think twice when scrolling through the Netflix catalogue. Horror filmmakers love travel-gone-wrong stories. You want to... Read more

Great news for Adventurers

Columbus Direct now offers cover add-ons for a huge number of sports and adventure activities. This includes a range of activities that are traditionally difficult to find cover for like cycle touring, skydiving, on-road motorcycling over 250cc, outdoor rock climbing, and quad biking.1 [1 Cover is... Read more

The top 10 travel trends for 2016

Maybe you want to try something different this year. Maybe you want to see what’s popular - and maybe you’re just curious about what everyone else is up to. What does 2016 hold for the travel industry, and which new places and ways of travelling should you be trying out? We did some research into t... Read more

Travel blogger interview with IndieTraveller

Marek has been a full-time world traveller since 2012. Marek is the creator and author of, a blog about low budget and independent travel.He's published a book on worry-free budget travel and his writing has been featured in The Huffington Post. Here are Marek's thoughts on wh... Read more