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Best Medieval Towns in Europe
By January 19, 2017 No Comments
Best Medieval Towns in Europe

There is little more mesmerising than a stroll through the winding cobbled streets of Europe’s beautiful medieval towns. This is especially true in the wintertime, when snow often blankets streets and bridges, parapets and church towers. The cities’ beauty is in their cultural, architectural and social history, and there is something about the wintertime that

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The Advantages of Traveling in Small Group Tours
By August 24, 2016 1 Comments
The Advantages of Traveling in Small Group Tours

When booking a tour, it’s important to think about what size group you’d like to travel with. Though large group tours may be cheaper due to bigger group discounts, traveling in a small group offers many advantages that just can’t be beat. One of the main advantages of small group travel is that it’s more

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Activities at Victoria Falls
By August 17, 2016 2 Comments
Activities at Victoria Falls

Known as the adventure capital of South Africa, Victoria Falls offers a variety of activities for all different kinds of adventure seekers. From calm river cruises to stomach-dropping bungee jumps, this adventure capital truly offers something for every type of traveler. The first and obvious thing you should do at Victoria Falls, of course, is

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Yoga Retreats in Bali
By August 10, 2016 No Comments
Yoga Retreats in Bali

If you enjoy practicing yoga, Bali is a dream come true. The little island paradise is packed with more yoga retreats than you can count, allowing you to meditate, find your zen, and reconnect with yourself under the palms. With stunning views of cerulean seas, lush jungles, and expansive rice fields, Bali is truly the

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Hanami: The Cherry Blossom Festival in Japan
By August 3, 2016 No Comments
Hanami: The Cherry Blossom Festival in Japan

If you’re lucky enough to be in Japan during cherry blossom season, you’re in for a beautiful treat. Every year usually between February and May, trees all over the country bloom to create the iconic sea of pink. Historically cherry blossoms were important to the Japanese because they signified the rice-planting season. Now, however, they

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One Day in Siem Reap
By July 27, 2016 No Comments
One Day in Siem Reap

If you only have one day in Siem Reap, you’re going to want to spend a large percent of it at Angkor Wat and the expanse of world famous ancient ruins. Leave well before sunrise and catch a tuk-tuk over to Angkor Archaeological Park, which lies around 15 minutes from the city center. You’ll want

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Island Hopping: Another Way of Experiencing the Galapagos
By July 20, 2016 1 Comments
Island Hopping: Another Way of Experiencing the Galapagos

In the past, cruises were the only way to visit the islands of the Galapagos. However, the development of boutique hotels and other infrastructure on the islands has made it possible to island hop, which many people find prefer to cruises. When you island hop the Galapagos, not only will you save a huge amount

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Oberoi Hotels: Luxury Hotels in India
By July 13, 2016 No Comments
Oberoi Hotels: Luxury Hotels in India

Voted “World’s Best Hotel Brand” for the second year in a row in Travel & Leisure USA’s 2016 World’s Best Awards, Oberoi operates 30+ luxury hotels around the world with a strong focus on India. If you want to be pampered by welcoming staff, enjoy delicious Indian cuisine, wander beautiful gardens, and swim in pristine pools,

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Adventure Activities at Iguazu Falls
By July 6, 2016 No Comments
Adventure Activities at Iguazu Falls

At Iguazu Falls, there’s so much more to do than simply wandering walkways and admiring the waterfalls. Other activities allow you to experience the falls in different ways and from new perspectives, with many even getting your adrenaline pumping. If you want to enjoy Iguazu’s beauty without simply looking, here are some things you can

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Cusco to Machu Picchu by Train
By June 29, 2016 1 Comments
Cusco to Machu Picchu by Train

The most popular way to get to Machu Picchu is by train, though you’ll have to take a few other methods of transportation as well. There are only a couple of stations to board the train, the most common being Ollantaytambo Station. Located in the last village of the Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo Station is the

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