Outdoors

Lake Tekapo & Mt Cook : Story of a Perfect Day in New Zealand

Lake Tekapo & Mt Cook : Story of a Perfect Day in New Zealand

Nestled in the heart of New Zealand's southern island, Lake Tekapo is a picturesque stop you can't miss on your road trip. This is one of these places that stole our heart in NZ. 

Hong Kong : 10 Things to do on Lantau Island

Hong Kong : 10 Things to do on Lantau Island

After a year in Hong Kong Island's madness, we decided to move before we get crazy. And we discovered the other Hong KongFor those who follow me on Instagram, you've seen the photos of my afternoons on desert beaches and my running sessions along the sea, looking at the sunset. Yes, Lantau is kinda cool. Real escape from the crowds of the city in only a few minutes ferry or MTR, Lantau will surprise you by its authenticity. Forget about Ngong Ping and explore the real beauty of Lantau Island.

Exploring Rotorua, a volcanic wonderland

Exploring Rotorua, a volcanic wonderland

The city sits within a volcanic crater and as you walk through the streets of the city, you can literally see holes in the ground with bubbling mud pools and steam! From giant shooting geysers, colorful crater lakes and natural hot springs all over the place, Rotorua is a stop you can't miss on your New Zealand itinerary...

10 Things that made the Catlins one of our favorite places in New Zealand

10 Things that made the Catlins one of our favorite places in New Zealand

Situated off the beaten track in the South Island, the Catlins region is broad and wild, with lush forests, rugged coastlines, hidden waterfalls and vertiginous caves. Such a stunning untamed nature attracts an extraordinary wildlife. It's a true haven for travelers.

Itinerary of a Road Trip in the Coromandel Peninsula

Itinerary of a Road Trip in the Coromandel Peninsula

With a beautiful mountains, a magnificent coast fringed with golden sand beaches, picturesque fishing villages and mining town, the Coromandel Peninsula is fabulous. And not only it's rich with a gorgeous nature, this region is off the beaten path -which means you might find yourself alone on the road with the most scenic views for yourself.

Into the wild Australia : A Guide to Kangaroo Island

Into the wild Australia : A Guide to Kangaroo Island

About 16km off the coast of South Australia stands a beautiful, untouched island. We hopped on a ferry from Cape Jervis, knowing sandy white beaches, rolling green hills and an amazing wildlife were awaiting for us. Kangaroo Island appeared to be far, far beyond our expectations...

Trekking in the Himalayas : Langtang Valley

Trekking in the Himalayas : Langtang Valley

Bordering Tibet, Langtang is a magnificent region of the Nepalese Himalayas. After April 2015's disaster, communities are slowly rebuilding their livelihoods, charm has survived and trekking in Langtang Valley is possible again. And that's a wonderful news.

Hiking Hong Kong: Sunset from the Sunset Peak

Hiking Hong Kong: Sunset from the Sunset Peak

With almost 300 kms of tramping and countless smaller tracks, the range of options for hiking is so wide it can even be hard to chose sometimes. Looping around the south of the island, the 70 km-long Lantau Trail offers stunning panoramic views of the offshore islands... 

10 things that will make you pack & go traveling in Mauritius

10 things that will make you pack & go traveling in Mauritius

Our road trip in Mauritius has led us from surprise to surprise during twelve beautiful days. And even though we've explored a large part of the island, we feel like there is still plenty to discover, and would definitely be in for another trip...

Itinerary of a road trip in Mauritius

Itinerary of a road trip in Mauritius

The main part of Mauritius island is surrounded by an outer reef, which creates magnificent lagoons... Whether you are into culture, nature, adventure or luxury, the island will not disappoint. Now, let me tell you about our 12 days road trip itinerary...

Itinerary of a Summer Road Trip in Hokkaido

Itinerary of a Summer Road Trip in Hokkaido

I've heard there are more foxes than people during summer in Hokkaido -it kinds of reminds me another place I fell in love with a few years ago. If you dream about an escape in the countryside with fresh air, outdoors and excellent Japanese food, well you're in for a treat...

Running with the Gods: The Angkor Empire Half Marathon

Running with the Gods: The Angkor Empire Half Marathon

The Angkor Empire Marathon is held at the heart of the Angkor temple complex. Imagine hundreds of runners running and warming up in front of this magnificent historic site with a loud electro music resonating at 4 in the morning. It's something... 

A perfect dose of paradise: The Gili Islands

A perfect dose of paradise: The Gili Islands

Situated just off the Lombok's west coast, Bali's more rugged sister island, the Gili Islands are made up of three tiny teardrop islands: Gili Air, Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan. If you are looking for a quiet alternative to conclude your trip perfectly or to recover after a long trek, come to the Gilis...

The Most Magical Hidden Temple in Chiang Mai: Wat Pha Lat

The Most Magical Hidden Temple in Chiang Mai: Wat Pha Lat

I've been to Thailand many times now, and this temple is by far one of the most beautiful discoveries I've had the chance to make. Wat Pha Last is nestled in the forest, a few kilometers down the road to Doi Suthep. Built on the top of a rock, this Buddhist temple is completely out of sight, lost in the lush jungle, as peaceful as it can get. You won't find any tourists here, any tuk tuk or food stall, but only butterflies, Buddhas and monks. 

10 Things That will Make you Pack & Go Traveling in Southeast Asia

10 Things That will Make you Pack & Go Traveling in Southeast Asia

You can spend the day overflying desert islands and the night trekking on a volcano; attend a cooking class on the morning and ride a zipline in the jungle with wild monkeys around you on the afternoon. In short, it's a whole different world that awaits you with surprises you won't even imagine... Pack your flip-flops, swimsuit and passport. You're off to a big adventure!

How to Survive Hong Kong Summer Heat?

How to Survive Hong Kong Summer Heat?

We've all experienced that prickly sensation, when you just can’t seem to keep cool or drink enough fluids. How could you adjust to Hong Kong summer heat, when it's 20°C inside and 34°C outside? Do not desperate, you will eventually get used to these temperatures, and you might even enjoy it!. Are you ready for a season of beautiful clear skies, great outdoor parties and lot of FUN?