A causal traveler’s guide to Nepal

When mentioned in causal conversation, Nepal doesn’t strike you as the kind of place where a causal traveler can visit, as most of the travel literature dedicated to this nation seems to be geared towards the young, athletic and adventurous. However, there is a ton of cultural and natural assets that are just waiting to […]

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Best places to encounter wildlife in South Africa

When it comes to traveling to the South Africa, the one item that tops the wish lists of almost every visitor is a desire to experience the wildlife in South Africa. From deadly marine life, to animals we have always associated with zoos and never with any sort of wilderness back home, there are many […]

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All Inclusive Resorts To Check Out In The Mayan Riviera

With impossibly white sand lining much of the Yucatan Peninsula’s lengthy Caribbean coast, and the proximity of this paradise to the sun starved masses of the United States and Canada, it is no surprise that the Mayan Riviera has enjoyed an upsurge in popularity in recent years. Its vibrant cities and towns offer a bevy […]

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Top 5 Kid Friendly Places in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is  not just about debauchery and the red light district. In fact, it is one of the best places to take a family vacation, so take note of these kid friendly places in Amsterdam and enjoy one of Europe’s best cities together. Efteling Built in 1952, this is one of the largest and oldest […]

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Top Destinations to Spend Christmas

As we move towards the Christmas holidays, travel fanatics are planning on where to welcome in the yuletide season. Although many families prefer to enjoy festivities, many people are trying out new cultures and traditions in different cities and countries. Here are three examples of how Christmas is celebrated differently around the world. The Philippines […]

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Why you should take your next vacation to Egypt

With its crumbling temples and dust-strewn tombs, swaying palms and snaking Nile River, Egypt is as exotic a destination as you will find. History is etched onto its surface like hieroglyphics; camels fill out any stereotypical expectations you may entertain, while modern Cairo will just as quickly debunk assumptions. Ditch the norm, and assuage your […]

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3 Spots For A Leisurely Beach Holiday in South Africa

With cold air sinking down from the frosty reaches of the arctic as November looms, you have begun to fantasize about making a break south at some point during the gloom of the forthcoming months of winter. A quick look at booking sites doesn’t do much to leaven your mood, as all the cheap holidays […]

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One Fine City: Having Fun In Singapore

While Southeast Asia is generally known for being one of the world’s best travel destinations, one corner of it has a decidedly boring reputation. That place is Singapore, a place long associated with corporations and the finance sector, and while there are tons of opportunities to make a ton of money, it has long been […]

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The Best Fish And Chips In London, England

Of all the cities that travelers yearn to visit over the course of their life, if London doesn’t top the list, it comes close to it. Containing over a thousand years of history of one of the world’s greatest empires within its borders, there is no shortage of things to see no matter what time […]

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Going Sideways East of Appalachia: Best Wine Trails in the Eastern US

When it comes to wine tourism in the United States, one region in the country hogs virtually all of the spotlight. While Napa Valley in California certainly produces the majority of the nation’s wine, as well as some mighty fine vintages to boot, this single region in a single state is not the be-all, end-all […]

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