Belize is one of our most popular destinations in Central America so we read Blake Snow’s piece in the Daily Telegraph with great interest. Blake identifies seven good reasons for travelling to Belize: Jungle Tours Spicy Cuisine (and No Fast Food) Island Relaxation Belize Barrier Reef Maya Ruins English-speaking and Easy Mix with Locals We […]
Just getting to the remote island of St Helena is all part of the adventure. Situated nearly 2,000 miles from the African coast in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, it used to be a six-day journey on the ship RMS St Helena from Cape Town. But since the end of 2017, that has shortened to a mere six-hour flight from Johannesburg.
We are watching unfolding events in Venezuela with great interest. The country has been effectively out of bounds for a number of years and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office advises against travel to the country. With power cuts, food shortages and inflation expected to reach 8 million per cent this year, millions of people have […]
There is continued uncertainty over Brexit and at Revealed Travel we are watching developments in the House of Commons with great interest. The current date for leaving has now been set as 31 October 2019. If the transition agreement is approved by MPs shortly, Britain may leave the European Union much earlier. Indeed, if the […]
To commemorate the bicentenary of the death of Napoleon, Ponant Cruises is organising an exceptional, 16-day cruise on Le Lyrial departing from Namibia which will be at St Helena on 5 May 2021.
The Quilotoa Lagoon spans over 2 km in the crater of a volcano. In this continuing account of her travels, backpacker Manuela de Mendonca describes the three day trek known as the Quilotoa Loop.
The Galapagos Islands, to go or not to go? I get seasick, dislike swimming in the open sea and have a morbid fear of sharks. And for a backpacker with limited funds, a trip to the Galapagos is hugely expensive.
But in January I booked a week’s Galapagos trip. It turned out to be quite an adventure.
By Manuela de Mendonca
In this week’s blog, Manuela celebrates Christmas in Medellin with fireworks and travels down to the ‘white city’ of Popayán for the New Year.
The Amazon river runs for some 4,000 miles (6,400 km) across South America and has over a thousand tributaries, 17 of which are longer than 1,000 miles. It discharges about 55 million gallons of water into the Atlantic every second. The Amazon Rainforest is home to at least 10% of the planet’s biodiversity, 16,000 types […]
Manuela de Mendonça is a 23 year old geographer, currently backpacking through Latin America. In this week’s blog she signs up for Spanish classes and finds she has become the darling of hostel employees.