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Cambodia Travel Guide

Cambodia, officially the Kingdom of Cambodia, is often snubbed in favour of other Southeast Asian destinations, but the country has more than a few exciting destinations. Angkor Wat, the largest temple complex in the world and the most visited archaeological site in Southeast Asia, paradise islands in the south of the country, pristine forest, and a lot of recent history that unfortunately concerns one of the worst genocides ever. The government has a lot to offer.

Morocco Travel Guide

Morocco is an affordable and accessible destination, perfect for anyone who wants an introduction to the Arab-Islamic world just a stone’s throw from the old continent. The lively markets, architecture, quaint old towns but also the variety of landscapes-from the beaches to the Sahara Desert via the High Atlas Mountains, with peaks of more than 4,000 meters-make Morocco a truly interesting destination.

Gran Canaria Travel Guide

Gran Canaria is an island that is unbelievable because there really is everything: colonial-style villages, beaches, almost desert-like parts and, further inland, mountains and forest that create an alpine landscape in stark contrast to what is the coast, only a few kilometers down. 

Canary Islands Travel Guide

I visited the Canary Islands archipelago during a two-month trip, during which I explored all the major islands of the archipelago except for El Hierro.  Whether it’s a backpacking adventure, a road trip or an all-inclusive vacation, you’ll find plenty of valuable tips and insights in this guide to help you plan your trip to the best of your ability and choose the island or islands that are best for you. 

La Gomera Travel Guide

A short distance from the far more popular Tenerife, La Gomera is the exact opposite: small, with a population of about twenty thousand, it is largely unspoiled and offers a unique opportunity to anyone who wants to immerse themselves in nature and in particular in the fascinating laurisilva forest that characterizes the Garajonay National Park located in the center of the island.

Lanzarote Travel Guide

Lanzarote, in many ways similar to neighboring Fuerteventura, is characterized by volcanoes and lava fields that give rise to “Martian landscapes” but also beautiful white and golden beaches.