It’s feeding time, and my heart is pounding. The skipper of our boat has spotted a dark shadow gliding beneath the surface. Moving closer to the edge, peering in to see if I can spot the shadow, I pull my dive mask into place.
Glenworth Valley on the Central Coast is launching Australia’s first ever Bear Grylls Survival courses.
Professional climber Will Gadd took ice climbing to new heights by being the first person ever to ascend the frozen sections of the world’s largest flowing waterfall, Niagara Falls.
Surfing superstar and Mate of the Territory Layne Beachley has been showing Australians how to Do the NT with her husband, INXS rocker Kirk Pengilly in a recent trip to the Northern Territory.
“Follow me as closely and as quietly as possible. It is very important we try to remain invisible.” These hushed words came from our seasoned turtle guide, Marco, as he lead a group of us along a moonlit beach path toward what we hoped would be a very special experience.
The giant rock known as El Capitan in Yosemite National Park is seen as one of nature’s most difficult climbing challenges but yesterday two climbers marked the first free ascent of the Dawn Wall.
Sure, it may seem like Airbnb is everywhere in the world. For the most part that is true, but sometimes it pays to go local. That’s why you need to know about the African version of the sharing economy website for Africa and the Indian Ocean islands.
People travel for many reasons – to relax, see new sights or try different foods. Undeniably though, one of the key reasons people splash out on travel is because it makes us happy. We’ve asked some of our favourite travel companies about the happiest places to visit in 2015 if you really want to dial up the smile.