If trekking with a guide is not your cup of tea, the Morobe Show lets you still experience some of the delights of the colourful tribes.
Immortalised as “Elsinore” in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Kronborg Castle has been home to lavish parties and infamous tragedies.
There are no cities in the Cook Islands and few towns. As a result, there are plenty of coastal areas to discover and explore.
Visit Kivalo and you will be overtaken by the rich green of the mangrove forest that surrounds the village.
Filled with vibrant celebrations and festivals, the Dominican diary is overflowing with the country’s most significant events and holidays.
Positioned between a blissful lagoon and a harbour, Port Vila is popular with yachties, cruise-goers, and expats.
Mangochi, formerly Fort Johnston, is located in south-central Malawi, on the Shire River, five miles south of its entrance into Lake Malombe.
Limitless marvels await beneath the waves at Palau’s wondrous dive sites, which hook intrepid explorers in and keep them coming back.