The natural marvels you’ll encounter in New Zealand is truly undeniable in their beauty, and will take your breath away.
Milford Sound is consistently rated as one of top attractions to visit in NZ’s South Island, but it’s also quite polarizing, given the high likelihood of rain and highly inconvenient location. Bad weather aside, here are some pro tips to heed when you’re visiting Milford Sound.
This may sound strange, but if you’re visiting New Zealand’s South Island, you should take a drive along the Arthur’s Pass. Though you can literally spend several days exploring the wealth of attractions the passage has to offer, here are 3 must-stop points you can prioritize if you’re simply passing through.
Helicopter ride, glaciers, hiking. In New Zealand’s South Island, these three things come together to create an epic, unforgettable experience.
In order to visit all of the Instagram-drool-worthy scenic spots, your best bet is to take a campervan / motorhome. In this post, I’ll try and explain my thought process on why I chose the campervan route, but also what you need to consider / know.
Peru has evolved in recent years into the gastronomic center of the country, and is now the home of two of the top 10 restaurants in the world – Central and Maido.
It’s no surprise that the majority of people touching down in Cusco (or Cuzco), Peru are generally there for one reason – visiting Machu Picchu. And as it is one of the seven wonders of the world, I don’t blame them (check out my post on visiting Machu Picchu)! But if you can squeeze out an extra day or two from your itinerary, I would highly recommend taking a day trip to Lake Humantay.
If you’re reading this, I don’t need to tell you that Machu Picchu is one of the seven wonders of the world. Though you can trek to it over several nights, we opted for the fastest, most efficient path, which took just one day to arrive and see Machu Picchu (from Cusco) once in the late afternoon, and once more in the morning after we stayed overnight at Aguas Calientes.