I love to travel! It has so many benefits, such as helping you grow as a person (read about the advantages here) and appreciating different cultures and religions. However, it’s bad for the planet, and I love the planet just as much. So, this is a guide on how to travel responsibly and sustainably to…
Travel Plans and Resolutions for 2022
It’s absolutely CRAZY that 2022 is here! I think I’m still stuck in 2020, thanks for the never ending pandemic. The pandemic has made a lot of things very difficult, but I’m determined to make 2022 an awesome travel year. I’ve created my annual travel plans and resolutions (I posted my 2020 goals here) and…
25+ Best Gifts For a Traveller
Christmas is right around the corner and I absolutely love giving presents. However, whenever I get asked what I want for Christmas, I can’t think of anything. As a traveller, there are loads of things that are actually super helpful to have so I’ve complied a list of best gifts for a traveller. If you…
Christmas in Amsterdam
It’s winter, it’s December, so do you know what that means? It’s almost Christmas!! This is the second time I have spent winter in the Netherlands, but it’s the first time I’m actually spending Christmas in Amsterdam and I’m so excited. If you read my Halloween in Amsterdam post, you would have seen that Halloween…
25 Instagrammable Places in Amsterdam
The Netherlands is such a beautiful place, and there is so much to see and do. In this post on the 25 most instagrammable places in Amsterdam, I’m going to show you where you can get the best pictures in the capital city and the best time of day to go. If you want to…
Amazon Travel Must Have Items
Since Black Friday is this weekend, I thought now would be the perfect time to show you all of these travel must have items that you can buy off Amazon. This is a collection of gadgets and gismos that are so helpful when you’re on a trip, and they’re all small so perfect for fitting…
A Guide to Determining Zoo Welfare (for non-sciency people)
Determining zoo welfare can be tricky, and everyone also thinks differently about it. But that doesn’t mean it’s not worth doing! By looking at the animals and their living conditions, you can decide if you want to come back to this zoo again, or if you want to recommend it to others. I have always…
Ultimate Packing Guide For Winter in the Alps
The alps spanning Europe are incredibly beautiful, and in winter they just come alive! However, it can be very cold with temperatures ranging from 2 degrees Celsuis to -3 degrees so packing the right clothes is essential! That is why I’m going to be giving you the ultimate packing guide for winter in the alps….
8 Things To Do on Halloween in Amsterdam
The Netherlands don’t celebrate Halloween as much as other countries, like USA, and actually, their main celebration is something called Sint Maarten. This takes place on the 11th November and children up until the age of 12 go trick or treating, which does mean that you should wait until then, and not trick or treat…
20 Solo Travel Safety Tips
Travelling solo is an incredible experience, and I think it’s very important because you learn all about yourself and your limits. But it can be scary and it can be tough, and your safety is paramount which is why I composed this list of 20 travel safety tips. If you’re interested in other solo travel…
A Guide on Wild Camping
Wild camping is incredible, but it is a very different adventure from normal camping. With varying rules, not knowing where is a safe place to camp and the need for fresh water, it can can be difficult so in my guide on wild camping, I will give my tips, tricks and rules which will make…
Blog Update: We’re Going to YouTube!
Hello my wonderful readers! Oh how I’ve got some exciting news for you. Airborne for Animals is going to YouTube! You can find my YouTube channel here! I’ve been planning this for a while, which is why not many blog posts have been released. It’s been a long process, getting the equipment and planning my…
Driving in the Highlands of Scotland
The Scottish Highlands is a whole new terrain of driving, and it’s not as simple as driving around the countryside or in the city. Driving around the highlands of Scotland is like being on a rollercoaster with animals trying to hop on while going full speed and beautiful views zipping past you alarmingly fast. But…
Wildlife of Scotland
The wildlife of Scotland is incredible; it ranges from sea birds to birds of prey, and cows to dolphins. During my road trip around Scotland, I managed to snap photos of almost every animal I saw. Throughout this post, I’ll be talking about the wildlife from most to least common. If you’re interested in more…
3 Day Itinerary for Plymouth, England
I have lived in Plymouth for 2 years now and I feel like I’ve done enough exploring to put together a pretty good 3 day itinerary for Plymouth! These places range from only spending an hour or so here, to you most likely spending a whole day here. For those who would prefer to listen…
Trebarwith Strand Cliffside Walk – A Must Do for Cornwall Lovers
Cornwall, England is full of incredible countryside and exciting hikes. The cliffside hike that I am going to introduce to you today is my favourite, and one that I have done hundreds of times. It is based in Trebarwith Strand, and it takes you all along the cliffside to Tintagel (the birth place of King…
First Time Flying Tips – What to Expect
Flying for the first time can be incredibly daunting, so I’ve composed this blog post to help ease your concerns. I’ve always found flying to be an incredible experience and I’ve been flying all my life and never had any issues. Be sure to check out my post on why you should solo travel and…
What Should I Wear in Dubai?
Before I visited Dubai, I was thankful somebody told me about a couple of fashion rules. I did a bit of research to make sure I knew what I can and can’t wear. Now I have visited, I feel comfortable writing a post to inform others that are thinking ‘what should I wear in Dubai?’…
Things You Must Do in Dubai
Dubai is an incredible city, one I recommend everyone go to at least once! The infrastructure is breathtaking, and there are so many amazing things that will keep you entertained. Everything in this post was correctly priced and timed in January 2020 so please check out the websites linked to keep up to date! Feel…
Best Places to Surf in the Netherlands
I would like to thank Wanderlust Pulse for writing this guest post about the best places to surf in the Netherlands! As I’m not a surfer, I’m very thankful to provide you all with helpful information I wouldn’t otherwise be able to give you. Be sure to also check out my other posts on the…
A Beginner’s Guide to Cycling in Amsterdam
When someone talks of Amsterdam, my brain typically goes to ‘red light district’ and ‘cycling’. Cycling in Amsterdam is practically mandatory, if you don’t at least try it, it’s like visiting Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. If you’re also looking for other things to do when in Amsterdam, then check out my post on…
A Cheap Day Out in Haarlem
Haarlem is a very old and beautiful city, and only a stones throw away from Amsterdam! This is the perfect itinerary for those wanting a cheap day out in Haarlem and to see the sights. Some of the places I mention were closed when I went due to the pandemic. Therefore, I’ll link to where…
Top English Bookshops in Amsterdam
If you’re anything like me and enjoy perusing bookshelves, even without the intention of buying a book, then I’m sure you’ll love this post! During my time in Amsterdam, I have visited a huge variety of bookshops and decided to rate them. All bookshops mentioned have English books. If you’re interested in other posts about…
An Insiders View to Welfare in Zoos
Today’s blog post is being featured by a zoo keeper! Aisling has very kindly answered some questions I have on welfare in zoos. I am fascinated to understand their views on animal welfare. This post was prompted by my recent post on Rotterdam zoo, and if you are curious about the definition of animal welfare,…
Celebrating my 20th Birthday in Amsterdam
I love birthdays! To me, they’re a special occasion that needs to be celebrated with your friends and family. This is the first birthday I have had in Amsterdam, and hopefully it won’t be the last because there is so many fun things to do here! So this is how I celebrated my 20th birthday…
Rotterdam Zoo – yay or nay?
As someone who pushes for animals to receive the best welfare possible, I have very contradicting thoughts about zoos. Rotterdam zoo is classed as the ‘prettiest zoo in Europe’ but does that mean they have good welfare? I understand that zoos allow for expanding our knowledge on animals, and are a great way to pass…
An Unmissable Day Trip to Zandvoort Beach From Amsterdam
When visiting Amsterdam, it is very easy to get so immersed in the city that you forget that the rest of the Netherlands exists. So, today’s post is to open your eyes to one of many day trips you can take from Amsterdam, starting with Zandvoort Beach. If you are looking to travel any time…
Flying From Bristol Airport During the Pandemic
If you follow my Instagram, you may have noticed that my family moved to Amsterdam recently. Because of this, I took the risk of flying from Bristol airport during the pandemic, to spend time with them on the 11thAugust. With everything that is going on, I wanted to write a post on what you can…
Why Should You Travel?
A common question I hear from my friends, or people I meet, is ‘why do you travel? It must be very expensive’. I am here today to answer that question, and to also inspire others to try travelling, if you don’t already. Travelling is such a freeing experience, and the best way to educate yourself…
Svalbard – 78 degrees north and full of life
Petra Jan is with us today to tell you all about the wildlife of Svalbard! She is the proud owner of the blog Erratic Engineeress and has written many posts about Svalbard.
How I Planned my Backpacking Trip Through South America
Disclaimer: I have yet to visit South America, this is a post based on my own experiences planning my backpacking trip, and a LOT of research! I have never been backpacking before, and I decided to throw myself into the deep end by planning a trip of 3 months in South America by myself! Today,…
A Heartwarming Story About Fostering Dogs in Korea
Savanna describes how she took the huge step into fostering dogs in Korea and provides us with some vital tips for anyone looking to do the same.
South Africa – Anti Poaching Guest Post
Abigail has come forward to share her adventure in South Africa working in an anti-poaching unit! There were good times and bad, but she loved every moment!
A Complete Guide to Morzine, France
Morzine, France is a hidden gem! In the French mountain range, there are some beautiful sights and places I think everyone should see.
How Do I Decide Where in the World to Go Next?!
Travelling can seem like an incredibly daunting adventure! There are so many things to plan for, decisions to make and places to see, so how do you decided where in the world to go next?
My Travel Bucket List – Part 3!
Everyone should have a travel bucket list! They give you something to plan and it feels amazing once you tick it off! Here is my list to for inspiration!
Reading While Abroad – How Not to Overpack
For those who are avid readers like me, it is very difficult decided what books to bring, and not to bring. Reading while abroad can be a difficult sport!
My Travel Bucket List – Part 2!
Everyone should have a travel bucket list! They give you something to plan and it feels amazing once you tick it off! Here is my list to for inspiration!
Top Ten Advantages of Travelling Solo
Travelling solo can seem very daunting, especially if you have never done it before. I’ll be discussing why travelling solo is better than in a group!
My Travel Bucket List
Everyone should have a travel bucket list! They give you something to plan and do and it feels amazing once you tick it off. Check out my post to help build your own list!
Travel Apps that Everyone Needs!
Though-out my time travelling, I have met lots of people and done a lot of research which has introduced me to many apps. I try to use as little travel apps as possible as I don’t want to be reliant on WiFi but the apps I mention below are ones which I think are very important!
Save the Rhino Day – Rhino Conservation & What You Need To Know!
Rhino conservation is incredibly important for the preservation of an ecosystem and the species. Today is Save the Rhino Day, so see what you can do to help!
10 Tips for Travelling with Anxiety
Anxiety is something that a huge percentage of the world’s population suffers from. It can come in many forms, and at any time of life. This post has been written to provide people struggling with anxiety the confidence boost and help they need to pursue their dreams.
How to Travel While in Isolation!
The title of this post may seem a little bit impossible but I can assure you, it is possible to feel like you’re travelling while stuck at home! See how it is possible in this post.
Keeping Wildlife ACTive
Wildlife Act is a charity which is very close to my heart! However, during this time, they are in need of help so please find out here to see what you can do to help!
Animal Cruelty Awareness Week – 19th to 26th April 2020
The 3rd week of April is classed as Animal Cruelty Awareness Week so I am doing my part in spreading the word of the situation.
Secrets of the Downs – Things to Do in Bristol, UK
Bristol is part of the South West England with many sites and secrets to explore, some of which I will share with you in this post!
Wildlife Act – The Good & The Bad
I spent 6 weeks volunteering with the Wildlife Act in the summer of 2019, and I tell you all about my experiences in this post
How To Plan a Solo Trip!
New to planning travels? Gone on lots of trips but things always seem to go wrong? Follow my guide on how best to plan your next trip and hopefully it will work for you like it has done to me
Jan 5th – National Bird Day
It’s National Bird Day! Use today as an excuse to learn about the fascination that are birds and ways we can help them.
Best Conservation Project – How Do I Know It’s Authentic?
Due to the nature of my travelling, I now find it very easy to tell the difference between a conservation project and a scam. However, I fell for almost all of the scams when I first started travelling. Use this post to avoid the scams.
Animal Exploitation and How to Avoid it
Animal exploitation is a serious issue that not many people know about but has serious consequences
Travel – New Year Resolutions
Some of my goals, you guys can help me with! I will let you know which ones so please don’t hesitate to comment below if you want to help my goals become reality.
Top 10 Christmas Markets Across the Globe
There are so many Christmas markets across the globe, so use this guide to decide where your next stop is!
Guy Fawkes Night
Guy Fawkes night is a British tradition on the 5th November every year.
Funding My Trips – Raising n’ Saving Money
My travelling hobby is not cheap and I’ve had to work my butt off in order to be able to afford it. Finding the Funds! When raising money, I did every little job that was offered to me: babysitting, dog walking, pet sitting, photography. I worked 2 different jobs and did college at the same…
Tips on Surviving Solo Travel
Solo travelling seems like a very scary things to do, and it can also seem a little lonely. However, I think the benefits of travelling alone outweigh the negatives.
Fastest Sinking City in the World – Change of Capital Cities
Some of you may be aware of the fact that Indonesia is changing it’s capital city from Jakarta to Borneo; you may also be aware of why. I have done lots of research into the history of Jakarta, why it is flooding and what the effects are likely to be when the capital city is…
International Vulture Awareness Day
Vultures are a species that are considered to be facing extinction, even the most commonly seen ones – the White Backed Vultures. There are 22 species in total, and they all are struggling to survive from the threats that they have been put under, leading to extinction.
Wildlife of South Africa
The South African bush is my absolute favourite place to be as an animal lover. The wildlife of South Africa is incredibly varied, and the bush is such a calm place to be. If you are interested in knowing more about South Africa then check out these post on anti-poaching and Wildlife ACT. In this…