tourism

Your Complete Guide to the Uyuni Salt Flats

Your Complete Guide to the Uyuni Salt Flats

Uyuni is home to a haunting train cemetery and the world’s largest salt flats, Salar de Uyuni. This expanse of white covers an area of over 10,000 square kilometres, making it an epic and unique landscape to explore and photograph.

The tourism industry in Uyuni is flourishing, yet it remains relatively undiscovered and offers an unforgettable experience for travellers looking for something new and unique. We loved our expedition through this surreal location, but we wish we had known a few things our extensive research didn’t reveal - so read on to find our tips on visiting Uyuni!

Visiting Arthur's Pass as a Photographer

Visiting Arthur's Pass as a Photographer

Travelling as a photographer is a different experience to most other vacations. Instead of lounging by a pool or jumping between the bars and clubs in town, you're there to explore and enjoy the landscape and the world around you. That means hitting the road to find something unique and special, to create moments you will want to take home and keep forever. 

That's just what we set out to do in our recent adventure to Arthur's Pass, located  on the South Island of New Zealand. If you are thinking of seeing this spectacular location for yourself, then here are our hints to help make the most of your visit.

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Travelling as a Photographer

Travelling as a photographer or videographer is very different from travelling as a tourist. If you are anything like us, you will want to see as much as possible, on a budget, in the best possible light, and in a limited amount of time. It sounds impossible, but it isn't!

To plan the perfect photography itinerary, avoid making these five common mistakes which might put a damper on your travel plans.

How to See the Coromandel in Two Days

How to See the Coromandel in Two Days

What’s not to love about the Coromandel? Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach are plastered all over the covers of magazines and guidebooks around the world, making them two of the most popular destinations in the North Island of New Zealand.

But there is so much more to this peninsula, which sits just a few hours from Auckland. You would be hard pressed to explore all it has to offer in a single weekend. In our latest visit, we set out to do just that.

Our two-day itinerary for the Coromandel takes you to the most stunning places in the region (including some you may not have expected) and will inspire you every step of the way.