Party Tours, Festival Tours & Beer Trips
Fetes de Bayonne

Fetes de Bayonne

Are you tempted by the waft of warm butter croissants? Do the mellow tannins of fine Bordeaux appeal to your sensibilities? Are you the sort of complex and unique individual that would savour these delights AND simultaneously be thrilled by such experiences as cow chases, bull...
In de Wildeman Amsterdam

In de Wildeman

Situated in a former Amsterdam distillery, In de Wildeman offers an ideal opportunity to enjoy a vast variety of beers in an authentic environment. With almost 2 dozen beers on draught and over 250 different bottled beers, their epic collection of brews includes nectars from...
Oasis Roadhouse

Oasis Roadhouse

The Oasis Roadhouse, at Lynd Junction, Australia, is one of the world’s smallest bars – with enough room for just 2 thirsty patrons. Only 21 inches wide, you won’t find many decorations except some beer logos and a single cowboy drawing on the wall. While small...
Beer Barrel Saloon

Beer Barrel Saloon

Affectionately called “The Barrel” by many islanders, the Beer Barrel Saloon boasts a 123.7m (405 ft 10 in) long bar, 160 bar stools, 56 beer taps and a seating capacity of 1,200. There are few bars that can rival the sheer size of this place. With its pure Midwestern...
Top 10 Festivals

Top 10 Festivals in the World

It can be overwhelming trying to decide where exactly to visit for the best festival experience in the world. Where to go and when? What locations and events can you afford to leave off your list?? There are a million and one festivals that happen across the globe that are as...
Datscha Rockhouse

Datscha Rockhouse

Nestled deep in the Black Forest in the south of Germany, Datscha Rockhouse has hosted some of the wildest parties in Europe. Its location was a closely guarded secret by local villagers for decades, until they decided to host a rock concert in 2008. Since then, it’s become...
Snowbombing

Snowbombing Music Festival

Snowbombing – When Woodstock Meets the Ski Slopes Forget those ordinary festivals spent getting shoved against a stage barrier in sweating crowds and smouldering heat. This festival is smouldering hot, in the coldest climate you can possibly imagine. It’s majestically...
Trapper John's George Street

Why You Should Party in Canada Before You Die

So I know what you’re thinking… Canada? Partying? It’s a land of mountains, pine trees and lumberjacks so why on earth would I want to party there? Well I’m here to tell you differently. Yes Canada is a beautiful country, and yes there are still quite a few...
Ponyfish Island

Ponyfish Island

Surrounded by water on all sides, Ponyfish Island is a haven for thirsty wanderers. With a location as unique as its name, the quirky pub can be found floating under the Elizabeth Street bridge on the Yarra River in Melbourne, Australia Adorned with specimens and diagrams of...
17 Beer Salute

A 17 Beer Salute

No more than two standard drinks a day. That’s what the learned experts in government recommend. Zero alcohol – the advice by the do-gooders who want to run your life from an office with a clipboard. A glass or two of wine a day is ok, as per the doctor’s orders....