Now that we’re getting back to “normal,” it’s time to stop dreaming about your bucket list trip, and time to start planning. If you’ve been dreaming of a safari adventure in Southern Africa, you’ve probably changed your thinking on how you’d like to travel. Perhaps you’re considering how you can make your experience more meaningful. Staying at safari camps that serve a purpose is a great way to ensure you leave a positive impact at the destination, not a negative one.
Costa Rica is a peaceful nation in Central America where the “Pure Vida” lifestyle carries over in everything Costa Ricans (Ticos) do. An ideal destination for adventure seekers, nature lovers and anyone wanting to relax or rejuvenate in nature, but do you know the following 6 things about Costa Rica?
New Zealander’s pride themselves on extending heartfelt and memorable hospitality to all visitors who set foot on their shores. The famed hospitality – Manaakitanga – that you’ve read about in travel guides, or heard about through the animated stories from your family and friends is not forced or insincere. No. It is warm, it is genuine, it will leave a lasting impression on your soul – it is uniquely kiwi.
From everyday encounters with locals to guided tours of significant cultural sites and waka paddles – there are so many exciting and enriching ways to get to know Māori culture and connect with Manaakitanga (hospitality).
With some of the freshest, finest food and wine on the planet, New Zealand offers a wide range of taste sensations for epicurean visitors. Known as the ‘land of milk and honey’ for good reason, the food is fresh and flavorsome and never far from the source – fish caught off the coast, premium beef and lamb grazed in the Waikato, or exquisite fruit plucked from the Bay of Plenty. Whether it’s fine dining, a cool food truck, or an artisan producer providing the fare, the outlook and the food are sure to be out of this world.
If you visit New Zealand one of the things you will discover is Manaakitanga. You might not know what it really is, but you’ll discover it all around you. You’ll discover it in everything you do, everywhere you go and everyone you meet. But what does Manaakitanga mean and how do you pronounce it? Discover Manaakitanga below.