Travel Blog

Our sales consultant, Megan has just returned from our 16-day Silk Road Explorer trip. Here is her pictorial guide to Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, taking us from the bustling markets of Dushanbe to the rural yurt camps in Ayaz Kala...
Our sales consultant, Megan has just returned from our 16-day Silk Road Explorer trip. Here is her pictorial guide to Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, taking us from the bustling markets...
19th October 2023
West Africa is one of the most culturally diverse destinations in the world. There are over 600 languages spoken and far more dialects, a place where animist traditions are still...
29th June 2023
Is Algeria the most exciting country in North Africa? Thanks to a recent surge in bookings to the country, it seems that more of you agree, and who are we...
28th June 2023
Straddling the boundaries between the Sahel and the tropics, the colourful, vibrant country of Senegal is a microcosm of West Africa as a whole, making it a fantastic introduction to...
24th June 2023
It’s been the backdrop to some of the world’s most ancient civilisations and borne witness to the rise of the most popular religions on the planet, Islam and Christianity: no...
6th March 2023
Travel to Oman, like the country’s modern history, has transformed over the last few years. Once a rarely visited Arabian destination, Oman’s reputation has gone from an outlier to -...
20th February 2023
With the world once again our oyster, we’re no longer confined to just travelling to where we can, but where we want to. And doesn’t it feel good?! In our...
15th December 2022
From the deserts of Chad and palm-fringed beaches of the Atlantic Ocean to the African Rift Valley and Congo River Basin in the south – second only in size to...
11th October 2022
Visit Algeria and you’ll discover a vast, diverse country with a wealth of amazing landscapes and rich cultural influences, just a stone's throw from Europe. For years off the travel...
10th October 2022
The Pyramids at Giza. The Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The Great Wall of China. When it comes to wonders of the world – both natural and cultural - it’s...
2nd August 2022
From giving thanks to warding off evil spirits or marking a rite of passage, festivals are a way to unite villages and communities throughout the world. Based on our long...
22nd July 2022
If you’re the type of traveller who yearns for adventure, exploring some of the world’s furthest yet least travelled regions of the world, Native Eye has it covered. From Albania...
26th May 2022
Arguably one of the world’s last travel frontiers, the magnificent Middle Eastern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been a challenge to visit for some time.  We've been pioneering trips here since...
18th May 2022
If there’s been one upside of the pandemic, it’s that it’s allowed us the time and space to create exciting itineraries to not just new destinations but to expand on...
24th February 2022
Call them ‘epic journeys’, ‘adventures of a lifetime’ or ‘ultimate road trips’ but the longer adventure (think the overland hippy trail of the 1970s) had gained popularity even before we...
22nd February 2022
When most people think of remote island holidays, they probably cast their minds to the Caribbean, South Pacific atolls, or the more out of the way backpacker haunts of South...
22nd October 2020
For some, it’s mountains. Others find their passion in rainforests or exploring the world’s great cities. For us at Native Eye, we have a penchant for the desert. There’s nothing...
8th October 2020