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Southern Lights or Northern Lights. Which would you like to see?
10 Places To Photograph Southern Lights in Tasmania
Star gazing is relaxing and peaceful. Fortunately, there are plenty of places in Australia to view the stars. Australia's amazing light show in the sky, the Aurora Australis is as stunning as any night lights you'll see in Iceland, Norway or Canada. Tasmania's big skies and unpolluted air puts it right at the top of the list of places to see the Aurora Australis Read more
Experiencing the Northern Lights in Canada's Northwest Territories
The northern lights (or aurora borealis) is an unpredictable natural phenomenon that occurs when oxygen, nitrogen, solar wind, and magnetic fields come together to produce dancing waves of coloured bands of light. They are most visible near the north and south poles because of the longer darkness and the magnetic fields. Read more
Planning a road trip? Here are some great tips and ideas.
1-Australian Driving Holiday Tips Australia covers a huge area and, compared to other destinations, most of the country is not well-serviced by public transportation. When travelling around, the options are flying or taking a train but driving yourself is the best way to experience the countryside. Here are some tips on how to make the most of your Read more
2-Yukon Winter Driving Holiday A driving trip around the Yukon is filled with unexpected wildlife encounters and chance meetings with local characters. Seeing wildlife by the roadside is but one of the many memorable Yukon adventures on our winter driving journey. Read more
3-Road Safari in Kenya
In Swahili (the national language of Kenya) safari means much more than searching for wildlife in the bush. A safari is an overland journey that encompasses so much more than seeing wildlife.A road trip north from Nairobi offers a rich visual kaleidoscope of Kenyan life. Read more
About 1000 polar bears turn up between July and November each year to substantiate Churchill's claim to the moniker. The polar bears roam on the beach and sleep on the rocks. Sometimes they boldly stroll right into the town's main street.