Over the last couple of years, Kaipara’s become one of the regions close to Auckland I love returning to. Not only for the proximity, but for all the new spots and places I keep discovering here. And that’s what makes it so interesting! It never disappoints and always delivers. What’s amazing is that it’s rarely crowded and it’s so easy to make the connection with the land here. I’ve come across some pretty awesome hiking tracks, landscapes, waterfalls, vistas and everything in between. And that’s exactly why I believe Kaipara needs to be your next New Zealand’s travel destination. It’s definitely an underrated region here in New Zealand that doesn’t get enough exposure and hype. If you need some convincing to go and explore Kaipara then keep reading as I focus on some amazing hiking trails that’ll potentially make you fall in love with this part of New Zealand, just…

Exploring Western Australia has been my absolute favourite road trip so far. While the long drive can be completed all in one go, there’s also an option to spread such a long distance journey into a few separate visits. In this aspect, Shark Bay is an ideal place to explore on its own. Located on Western Australia’s Coral Coast between Kalbarri in the south and Carnarvon in the north, it’s a part of pristine and diverse World Heritage Area. It keeps you on toes as you continue to discover new and new surprises. The landscape around Shark Bay displays lots of straight lines, curves, and amazing horizons, but also many patterns and special natural accents that make this place so different and interesting. This is truly an ideal escape for all your sensory perceptions. Come and explore Shark Bay with me! I’ll take you through all the logistical stuff as…

Western Australia road trip was definitely one of my 2018 travel highlights. I wanted to explore this remote area of Australia for a while and finally made it happen. The road trip took me from Perth to Broome and all the amazing places in between. What was a total surprise for me was how at home I felt immediately. I fell in love with Western Australia real fast! So, today I am sharing my 11 reasons I fell in love with Western Australia. They may totally be unique to me and my perception. I invite you to find out if there’s a place/landscape/feature/detail here that has the potential to connect you with this part of the world as well. 1. Colors of nature Western Australia is visually gorgeous and colorful. And I mean c-o-l-o-r-f-u-l. The colors here are vivid, expressive and striking, and they penetrate into every part of the…