Koh PhanganSunday, August 21, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Koh Phangan is one of Thailand’s most popular islands, located close to Koh Samui. The island is less developed and has a more natural tropical environment than its bigger neighbour. It is the fifth largest island in the country. Koh Phangan is known for its beaches and nightlife. It often combines the two and attracts a lot of visitors to the beach parties on white sand with scenic views. Koh Phangan has become world famous for one of Southeast Asia’s largest beach parties, the Full Moon Party, taking place on one of the most developed beaches on the islands – Haad Rin. A thick jungle covers the inland of Koh Phangan. This is a great place to explore, see the numerous waterfalls, amazing viewpoints, etc.
Gran CanariaFriday, August 12, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Gran Canaria is a fabulous family destination with an endless list of kid-friendly attractions to keep the little ones busy. The safety of the island gives everyone the freedom to roam and explore the hidden treasures by its coastal corners. You will be bound to stumble across one of the myriads of secluded bays granting peace, privacy and tranquillity. Some of the most impressive features of this island comprise of its 60-kilometre line of beaches, Biosphere Reserve, incomprehensible volcanic landscapes and unique Macaronesia flora. From the north to the south, east to west, you will find contrasting views of lush forests, exotic flora and fauna, volcanic craters and the odd flurry of snow on the highest peaks. Las Palmas, located in the northeast part of the island, is the capital and is sure to impress any visitor to the area. It is known as the most dynamic capital city in the Canaries with a pleasant mix of open-minded people who also strive to keep local traditions alive. Time spent in Gran Canaria leaves no leaf unturned. Limitless opportunities to create memorable activities await such as cruising the sea to watch the whales, hiking the Canary pines forests, climbing various gorges, riding camels, wandering the urban shopping areas and much more. And lest we forget what makes this island the perfect holiday destination, its exceptional climate providing sunshine all year round!
Koh LantaSunday, June 05, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Koh Lanta is an island group located in Krabi Province. The bigger island is called Koh Lanta Yai, and the smaller one is Koh Lanta Noi. Koh Lanta Yai is well stunning with its white sand beaches, mangroves, limestone islands, caves and waterfalls. Lanta islands are very well known for its backpacker’s community and eco-bungalows located right on the beach. Koh Lanta is one of a few islands in Thailand that is home to the native tribes leaving on the Isle – the semi-nomadic sea gipsies also known as the people of Chao Leh. On Koh Lanta, you may choose to go crab and seafood fishing in the jungle of the Mu Ko Lanta National Park, go diving or join Lanta Animal Welfare as a volunteer and help hundreds of homeless cats and dogs.
TenerifeThursday, June 02, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Crowned as the ‘Eternal Spring Island’, Tenerife boasts remarkable contrasts and diverse landscapes. The combination of pleasantly sunny weather, unique beaches, grand mountains and an oasis of deserts have made it one of the most desirable places in all of Europe. The coast stretches close to an impressive 300 kilometres, offering a tremendous variety of experiences one can enjoy. The soft, black volcanic beaches are truly a one-of-a-kind way to unwind and soak in the Tenerife rays. The extensive range of watersports and boat tours has got all you thrill seekers out there covered. The island’s proximity to Africa has made it one of the most well-known diving spots in Europe. Dolphin and whale tours are a fabulous way to observe the colourful display of marine life in a more comfortable setting – suitable for ages! From sea to land, El Tiede, Spains highest mountain, offers breathtaking hiking and trekking routes. The volcanic elements combined with tropical flora have sowed an absolute paradise for nature lovers – big and small. The sheer abundance of vibrant parks this island boats invites trekkers and mountain bikers alike to experience all that Mother Nature has to offer all year round. There is much to discover on this enchanting island. The river of fascinating history intertwined with authentic Spanish traditions will have you appreciating the rich culture seen from everywhere you turn. Come and join the fiesta with Tenerife’s main celebration ‘The Carnaval’ being only second to Río! And lastly, how can one forget the exotic style of its gastronomy. A mix of traditional methods and tropical ingredients will leave your taste buds in an absolute delight!
IbizaSunday, May 15, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Ibiza, the smallest of the Balearic Islands, is a perfect example of a community that knows how to adapt to time changes. Nowadays, it is one of the hottest spots in the world for nightlife, top DJs and smashing parties. In the past, Ibiza has been a Phoenico-Punic settlement. Carthaginians and Roman establishments were also found here during ancient times. Buildings from the Renaissance epoch represent a fascinating legacy of the variety of cultures that left their trace on the island. Throughout the centuries Ibiza has been home for pirates, as well as the habitat for one of the most diverse marine ecosystems. Every traveller leaves Ibiza with a piece of its magical vibe in their heart. And that is due to many reasons: mind-blowing parties, picture-perfect beaches, fascinating coves, amazing nature, and great gastronomy experiences. All these have put Ibiza and its sites on the prestigious list of UNESCO World Heritage.