From endless sand dunes, to an epic canyon. With seals and dolphins, and elephants and giraffes – this is my trip through South Africa and Namibia!
Fish River Canyon in Namibia is said to be the second-largest canyon in the world. Visiting it is an incredible experience.
It’s an eerie feeling to walk around Deadvlei, with the ancient dead trees surrounded by bright orange sand dunes.
For the animals of Namibia’s Etosha National Park, there’s a hierarchy to the waterhole that can mean the difference between life and death.
It’s the most important religious site in Kathmandu… but Swayambhunath seems more famous for its monkeys!
It would be a mistake to dismiss Yokohama as just an extension of Tokyo. There is so much to see and do in this vibrant city.
Mt Fuji is now a World Heritage Site – but it’s more than just the mountain. It’s the history and spirituality of Mt Fuji that’s protected.
Get in touch with Mt Fuji and surrounds from the twin cities if Fuji and Fujinomiya.
The people of Kochi think they’re Japan’s friendliest. It could have something to do with their love of a drink!!