Adventure Herald
  • Adventure Travel in Oceania
    New Zealand Travel Guide

    New Zealand is situation on two islands, known as the North Island and South Island. Both islands have a different feel with the north being a bit flatter, made up of farmland, coastal areas with beaches and quaint little coastal villages. It has many cultural sites that are important for getting to known Maori traditions […]

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    Best Camping Spots in Australia and New Zealand

    A holiday in the land Down Under (Australia) or across the Tasman Sea to the land of the silver fern (New Zealand) would not be complete without at least one camping experience. Both countries are known for their beautiful natural landscapes, and camping traditions. In both countries you’ll find camp spots with excellent facilities (although camp sites […]

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    Best Spring Travel Destinations

    Springtime is a great season to travel, and there are loads of spring travel destinations that will give you some wanderlust and inspire you to book flights. Here are some of our favorites. Photo By: Giovanni Tulips Blooming in Amsterdam The Netherlands is famous for several things: Amsterdam’s red light district, windmills, wooden clogs and […]

  • Adventure Travel in Oceania
    Classic Backpacking in Australia Routes

    Australia is a major backpacker destination particularly for backpackers from the UK, Europe, the US and New Zealand. However, because Australia is a very expensive country, most backpackers are looking for ways to get the most out of the Aussie dollar by combining a backpacking trip with some work or study. Plus, the airfares to […]

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    Pre-Lenten Festivals: Sydney Mardi Gras

    Before the fasting period of Lent (that leads up to the Christian celebration of Easter), many Christian countries and cultures find a way to celebrate Carnival. The Carnival period is usually in February and March – sometimes starting as early as January 6 – when there are special parties and parades, but usually there is one specific […]

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    How to Celebrate Australia Day

    Have  you been to cities that never close down? Like New York, and Rio, and old London town? Well, no matter how far or how wide you roam, if you still call Australia home – or even if you don’t – here’s your “how to celebrate Australia Day essential guide.” Photo By: Eva Rinaldi What […]

  • Adventure Travel in Oceania
    Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race 2015

    No yachting race around the world seems to get quite as much attention as the Sydney to Hobart. After Christmas the world’s sailing-lovers turn their attention to Australia for a daring ocean race that has seen tragedies and triumphs over the past 70 years. The Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race is considered by many to be […]

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    Adventures in Papua New Guinea

    Papua New Guinea is a mysterious land that seemingly few know much about, and it’s certainly not on the typical tourist-route. However, for adventure travellers – with plenty of planning and street smarts – Papua New Guinea is undoubtedly a treasure trove. Just remember that Papua New Guinea is not 100% safe (although you could argue […]

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    Swim with Humpback Whales in Western Australia

    Image Credit: Gregory “Slobirdr” Smith Look forward to travelling to Western Australia next year, to pass amazing time underwater with your 45,000 kg friend! Australian government is going to let travelers swim with majestic humpback whales at the World Heritate Site of Ningaloo Marine Park from next year, joining the small number of places – Mexico, […]