Five of the World’s Most Magical Scuba Diving Spots

For those who love it, scuba diving is an activity like no other. Floating through the water, breathing as you would on land yet being surrounded by incredible marine life, is all a dream come true – one that divers rediscover every time they head beneath the surface. With so many unbelievable reefs and wrecks…

The World’s Most LGBT-Friendly Travel Destinations

From LA to London and Berlin to Bangkok, there are pockets of love all over the world where LGBT+ people have made a home for themselves since the historic Stonewall Riots in 1969 and well before. If you’re looking for a getaway where you can live and love in the company of like-minded LGBT+ friends,…

The Lowdown on LGBT Travel and Why We Need It

Flights? Check. Visas? Check. Hotel, suitcases, passport? Check. For most people (read: heterosexual, cisgender people), there isn’t much more to think about when planning a holiday. But there are concerns that fly over the heads of most people which are constant worries for LGBT travellers. I was recently talking to a (heterosexual) work friend of…

How to Spend a Day on the Greek Island of Nisyros

Twinkling turquoise seas, chalky white cubist architecture and rugged mountainsides characterise almost all of the Greek Islands, from the Ionian in the west all the way to the Dodecanese in the east. Santorini is often pegged as the most stunning, thanks to its abundance of iconic white and blue buildings speckling the hillsides, and Skiathos…

Iceland to New Zealand: the World’s Most Iconic Filming Locations

From Iceland’s dramatic landscapes to the world’s largest desert in Abu Dhabi, planet Earth’s most incredible destinations have often been key features on both the big and small screens – providing a unique backdrop for surreal and unforgettable storytelling. Discover the filming locations of five iconic franchises, where you could walk in the footsteps of…

Starry-eyed: the Most Spectacular Stargazing Spots in the UK

If you live anywhere near the sprawling, light-filled metropolis that is London, the light pollution of our streetlamp- and building-packed capital will prove itself to be quite the intrusive inhibitor of any decent star-spotting. However, if you fancy yourself a budding astronomer, there are scores of rural nooks in the UK where you’ll be treated…