Worldwide
By Ibtisaam Ganief

How to use your refund credit note

As fellow travellers, we understand the disappointment of not being able to take long-awaited trips. We also understand the frustration and stress that comes from…

Worldwide
By Ibtisaam Ganief

2021 travel calendar: where to go and when

For many of us, travelling right now is still very much up in the air. With uncertainty over which countries will be open, what the…

Worldwide
By Ibtisaam Ganief

Travel films to watch

One of the perks of being in lockdown, is all the extra time we have to do all the things we say we never had…

Worldwide
By Ibtisaam Ganief

18 Lockdown ways to help fight climate change

Clearer skies, less pollution, more wildlife… if lockdown has taught us anything (other than the art of virtual pub quizzing and that Netflix needs to…

Worldwide
By Hannah Jeffery

Cabin fever! Unique places to stay for future escapes

Dorothy said there was no place like home. As travellers, we would usually have to disagree. Especially after she stole our favourite red sparkly party…

Worldwide
By Rachael Doyle

Travelling around Coronavirus (COVID-19): What to expect

As restrictions start to ease for many countries and our thoughts turn towards the possibility of travelling again, there may be additional things to think…

Worldwide
By Hannah Jeffery

Women on a mission: Empowering women through local tourism

When this first did the rounds on Twitter, the reaction of the team here at Adventure HQ went something like this: sharp intake of breath,…

Asia
By Rachael Porter

Travelling the world with locked-in syndrome

When Mia was 21 she suffered a severe stroke which paralysed her from the neck down (aka ‘locked-in syndrome’). A passionate traveller, Mia didn’t want to let her situation stop her from experiencing the world and everything in it, and has launched a campaign for travellers with disabilities, to show them you can do anything if you put your mind to it.

Worldwide
By Hannah Jeffery

11 travel gifts for eco-conscious wanderers

Such is the current reusable and recycling revolution, that at home, most of us wouldn’t dream of buying single-use plastic water bottles and throwaway coffee…

Latin America
By Claudia Posada

A local’s guide to Santiago

This time as part of our ‘Local Insider Series’ we asked Claudia, our Brochure Content Executive, to tell us all about Santiago. She studied there for 5 months on an exchange program (there and Paris, lucky gal), eating all the ice cream, drinking all the wine, and travelling around the country whenever she could.