thewelltravelledman in a nutshell co-founded by Steven and Jenna du Preez Admittedly, I (Steven) was so excited to inspire and motivate fellow humans to explore the world, that I woke up one morning and looked into the world of blogging. Having already claimed, in my opinion, the best Instagram name going around, thewelltravelledman, I quickly created a blog and registered a domain name to match! However, in reality the blog is both that of… Read More
Cairns: The gateway to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Getting to Tropical North Queensland will most likely involve a flight to Cairns and if you have a day or so spare, there are a few spots you can’t miss out on!
Barcelona is a city of endless possibilities, with a range of activities to explore from Michelin-starred restaurants to architecture to vibrant street festivals. But how do you fit everything into one weekend?
Have you ever wondered why Italy is such a special country to visit? We have visited more times than I can remember and these 5 things to us, is what makes Italy so special.
Did you know that the Daintree Rainforest is the oldest tropical lowland rainforest in the world?
It is the only place in the WORLD where two UNESCO World Heritage Listed sites meet. It, of course, meets the Great Barrier Reef.
8 practical tips for visiting Italy
If you’ve only got a week in Tasmania, you need to make sure you see as much as possible and make the most out of your trip. Here is your 1 week itinerary to see Tasmania.
Tropical North Queensland, home to some of the most dangerous creatures on the planet, yep that’s right – the planet!
Holidaying in Tropical North Queensland is beautiful yet frustrating because it is often hard to cool down given you can’t swim in the ocean (unless you’re brave enough to swim with Crocs, Sharks and deadly jellyfish!)
Mossman Gorge is, however, a safe swimming spot where you can cool off while enjoying some nice rainforest walks.
Can you think of a better way to explore the World’s OLDEST rainforest than to zip your way through the heart of the rainforest through seven ziplines and six tree platforms?
Imagine this, snorkelling in untouched Great Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which also happens to be the LARGEST living thing on Earth and visible from outer space. This incredible ecosystem is filled with some impressive species such as fish, starfish, dolphins, sharks and our favourite, turtles.