North America

Visiting Joshua Tree National Park is special. In the 1930s desert lover and community activist, Minerva Hoyt recognized the human threats of the nearby ecosystem and persuaded President Franklin D. Roosevelt to proclaim Joshua Tree a National Monument in 1936. Read more >
Do you find the flashing neon lights of Las Vegas a little overwhelming and are seeking a natural respite? One of the best day trips from Las Vegas is to drive about 40-minutes south east from The Strip and discover Read more >
Do you find the flashing neon lights of Las Vegas a little overwhelming and are seeking a natural respite? One of the best day trips from Las Vegas is to drive about 40-minutes south east from The Strip and discover Read more >
Mexico City is often described in foreign media as unsafe and dirty. However, we found this unsavory reputation to be completely unwarranted. Just like any major city around the world, there are areas that should be avoided, but you’ll quickly Read more >
“Show them what you’re made of Mum” We were in St. George Utah and Kalyra screamed at me from the back of our ATV as I screamed. I think an oh shit even slipped out of my mouth as I Read more >
LA is the second biggest city in the USA, and as a visitor it seems like there are endless things to do in Los Angeles with kids! Over the years we’ve been able to visit Los Angeles several times. Firstly Read more >
If you’re new to this concept of vortexes and feeling energy, you may struggle to have an experience at the Sedona Vortexes – well at least one you are aware of and can connect to. You may not even want Read more >
Today, we’d like to hand over the blog reins to Savannah, our seven year old unicorn and horse lover. She would like to tell you about her special treat while visiting the Big Bend region in Texas – horse riding Read more >
Welcome to Tombstone Arizona, the Land of Lawlessness. A place where drinking shots at the saloon bar, followed by trips to the service room to the ladies in waiting, and a gun fight or two is a common daily occurrence. Read more >
Welcome to a magical world of creek crossings, cactus forests, desert foothills and rocky gorges of the Santa Catalina Mountains. To your children, it will feel like you’re exploring a fairy kingdom. Sabino Canyon Recreation Area is one of the Read more >

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A Big 5 Safari in Kruger National Park

We rounded a corner and there in the road essentially right in front of us were the painted forms of a pack of wild…