To assist you with preparing yourself for your journey we have prepared a detailed personal account to accompany your Overland Track Visitor Guide.
Freycinet National Park is a MUST visit for any Tasmania Traveller. But what is the best way to experience it all? Check out our article to get the low down on the company that does it all and why we think they rock!
At Spirit Quest Travel we are all about actively exploring the world and maximising your time in the places you are discovering. Norway is no exception to this with so much to see and experience making you wish you had all the time (and money) in the world to stay longer.
Steep, steep and steep! There is no sugar coating it this trek sure is a vertical climb but like most things worth working hard for this definitely doesn't disappoint.
Flørli is a car free, peaceful getaway hidden away from civilisation on the banks of the Lysefjord in Norways fjords. It is the perfect place to rest and rejuvenate either before or after visiting Kjerag and/or Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock).
Trolltunga is absolutely amazing and should be on everyone's bucket-list. Check out this article for track notes and all the information you need to ensure you can achieve your dream.
This rock is nothing short of impressive. Climbing onto the rock itself is both exhilarating and terrifying bringing out courage and determination in all that conquer. Check out this article for Track notes and info on both Lysebotn and Kjergabotn Rock.
Short stays make it hard to truly get to know a city. But have no fear as this article focuses on the must do's with 24 hours to spare in Norway's Capital.
I had the absolute pleasure of spending time with the creative Alex Backstrom at Gagnef festival 2017. Her positive outlook on life is infectious which is evident in her open mindedness of her art and how she lives her life with a radiant yet realistic smile. Her Audio Visual tour was like nothing else I … Continue reading Interview with Alex Backstrom, Visual Writer – Gagnef, Sweden
A breakdown on some of the ACT's finest places to wander.