A tropical paradise famous for it's luxurious, private-island resorts, stunning white-sand beaches and an abundance of marine life, the Maldives is now open for independent, budget travel.
Category - Destinations
There's no other destination quite like Antarctica - the driest, windiest, coldest, iciest, remotest continent on Earth.
The 'Land of Fire & Ice' is a magical destination, full of incredible natural attractions set in surreal landscapes.
The Cayman islands are all about three things: sun, sea and wealth.
The Bahamas consist of more than 700 islands and 2,400 uninhabited islets strung throughout the Lucayan Archipelago.
The remote Essequibo region in western Guyana is defined by the mighty Essequibo River - the largest river in Guyana.
If you can live with the high costs then Bermuda is a beautiful, engaging and rewarding destination and one not to be missed.
This remote, pristine Pacific island nation is not cheap nor easy to reach but it should be on everyone's bucket list.
Surrounded by sleepy, laid-back, Pacific neighbours, Guam is bright lights, big city buzz - Micronesia's version of Hawaii!
In other places you can dive a single wreck - on Chuuk you can dive a whole fleet, making it the World's wreck diving capital.
Pohnpei bills itself as 'the Garden of Micronesia', you soon realise this is no over-hyped slogan created by local tourism officials.
'The Hermit Kingdom' of North Korea is unlike anywhere else on earth - a unique travel experience - one you'll never forget.
Out of my plane window I saw a spectacular Emerald isle rising up out of the dark blue depths of the Pacific - this must be Kosrae!
Yokwe! Welcome to the very remote Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI). Located across the International date line, five and a half hours flight west of Hawaii.
Located in the central Pacific region, well off the tourist radar in the middle of nowhere is the surprisingly charming atoll nation of Kiribati.
This blog provides an overview of air services in this remote region and describes my travel experience from Hawaii to Manila.
North of the well-beaten 'Caribbean-island-hopping' trail, the blindingly white islands of TCI are a paradise on earth.
Jamaica is as smooth as its rums and as spicy as its Jerk - a rewarding destination for those willing to venture beyond the beach.
Once regarded as a gem of the Caribbean, Haiti today is a challenging destination only for those who are adventurous.
There is good reason the masses flock to the Dominican Republic, a country with a rich history, beautiful beaches & nature.