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  • Joe Dorish
    Published about 5 hours ago
    See 9 Beautiful National Parks in Argentina

    See 9 Beautiful National Parks in Argentina

    Argentina is a country in South America that is loaded with great natural beauty and the country preserves its natural wonders with an extensive national park system that is very popular with natives and tourists alike for vacations and adventure. Presented here are nine of the most beautiful national parks in Argentina.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published about 5 hours ago
    12 Beautiful Famous Castles in Canada

    12 Beautiful Famous Castles in Canada

    All twelve of these beautiful famous castles in Canada are open to the public. Many of the these castle like buildings were constructed as hotels for the Canadian Pacific Railway and other railroads to entice wealthy tourists to travel along the railroads through Canada.
  • Mindaugas Šavėla
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Greece Grows in Popularity as an Adventure Destination

    Greece Grows in Popularity as an Adventure Destination

    As the adventure travel industry becomes bigger each year, an increased number of travelers are looking for new destinations to experience unforgettable adventures. Greece was always known for its rich history, amazing beaches, and traditional culture. But now, more people are noticing it as being a great destination to explore the great outdoors.
  • Dawn Greer
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Plot Twist!!

    Plot Twist!!

    It Has Been Said That If You Are Not Correcting Your Course Frequently You Aren't Living Life To Its Fullest...
  • Thomas Wright
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Dubai - The Most Wondrous City in the World

    Dubai - The Most Wondrous City in the World

    Today, Dubai has become one of (if not the) best tourist attractions in the world as the city has plenty of monumental structures. The diverse facilities from Dubai trips and travel packages and man-made creations within the city do not fail to amaze any single body who comes to visit. There is no doubt that you have heard about the ‘Burj Arab,’ which is the world’s tallest building ever, and the man-made islands ‘Three Palms and the World,’ which itself is an amazing creation.
  • Darren Ledger
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Where the Dead Birds Sing

    Where the Dead Birds Sing

    There can be few things in this wonderful world as sweet as birdsong. Be it the chorus of shrill excited chatter that pre-empts a storm or the dawn and dusk expressions of joy as they anticipate the feeding frenzy known as the crepuscular zone. Many of us have woken to the harmonic beauty of birds calling throughout our lives. It's something that I have been fortunate enough to enjoy across the world from Yorkshire to Africa via Asia and even parts of the Middle East. Until that is, I moved to Malta.
Staff Picks
  • Daisy Louise Carter
    Published a day ago
    Who’s Talking About Sex... and Travel?

    Who’s Talking About Sex... and Travel?

    Definitely not something I was thinking about in much depth when preparing for my first solo trip, but it was bound to happen at some point. Excitement, adrenaline, endorphins. All the best feelings that boil over in that restless long-haul flight into the unknown. On a completely unrelated note—Dad, please don't read this one.
  • Daisy Louise Carter
    Published 9 days ago
    Solo Travel for Women Is Not 'Brave'

    Solo Travel for Women Is Not 'Brave'

    Since being back in home, I have been working with temp agencies. I don't want the commitment of a full-time job because I've been hooked on travel. I take any job that comes up; bar work, waitressing at weddings, teaching, activity camps. Anything to help me purchase that next flight out of here...
  • Nicole "ChaseThePen" Sanchez
    Published 17 days ago
    Natural Gems

    Natural Gems

    From my earliest days, I have enjoyed spending time outdoors. Growing up in the Poconos allowed me to easily expose myself to the sunshine and greenery. In my youth, I played with the neighborhood kids, running through the woods and concocting interesting scenarios to act out. As a family we explored the various state and national parks in the area. I was lucky to grow up in an area full of gorgeous vistas and abundant wildlife and that love of nature transferred into adulthood.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 21 days ago
    12 Amazing Natural Wonders in Michigan

    12 Amazing Natural Wonders in Michigan

    Tourism is big business in Michigan as some $18 billion are spent by tourists every year in the state and much of that money is spent by visitors going to the beautiful natural wonders in Michigan.
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 23 days ago
    The Vikings, Not Columbus, Were the First Europeans in the Americas

    The Vikings, Not Columbus, Were the First Europeans in the Americas

    Think back to your elementary and high school days, and ask yourself: "Who discovered America?" You're probably hearing nursery rhymes about the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria already. You're thinking about how brave the explorers were to cross the vast expanse in their little ships in the 1400s, and about how funny it was they didn't know they weren't in India when they got to America. Well, add these up to all the other lies about Christopher Columbus, because they're wrong. Columbus was quite sure he wasn't in India, and he was also half a millennium late to the North America party. In case the discarded battle axes and rotting longboats weren't a clue, the Vikings had beaten him there by quite a stretch, as Cracked points out.
  • Aviv Lang
    Published about a month ago
    I Travel Balkans

    I Travel Balkans

    If you’re planning to visit the Balkans (and I highly recommend you do) check out I Travel Balkans. It's a network of hostels that you get a 10 percent discount at, if you book directly through the hostels and mention “I Travel Balkans."
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Activities
  • Danny McCaslin
    Published 3 days ago
    Climbing Seneca Rocks

    Climbing Seneca Rocks

    We met in the parking lot around 8:00 in the morning before heading out toward the fin of rock that dominated the horizon. This trip had been postponed twice and almost didn’t happen, but today was finally the day of my first multi-pitch climb. Today, one way or another, I would summit Seneca Rocks.
  • Sif Jacobsen
    Published 4 days ago
    From Surfing to Vanlife

    From Surfing to Vanlife

    On a cold yet sunny Californian day in January 2017, I was out for a surf. I had only just started surfing that summer but was completely hooked. The waves were tiny that day, and I had yet to learn which waves to paddle for and which to let pass me by, so out there next to seals and not much else, really, I would paddle for my life at any small opportunity.
  • Felicia Baxter
    Published 11 days ago
    The Making of the Making of Westwardfro
America
  • Nicole "ChaseThePen" Sanchez
    Published 3 days ago
    A Day in Asheville:

    A Day in Asheville:

    I had heard wonderful things about Asheville, North Carolina, but figured the hype couldn’t match the reality. A trio of us took a day trip to the Land of the Sky and I could not have been more thrilled. Of course, we chose what was possibly one of the worst days, but that did not dampen our enjoyment. Last week, they got their first sprinkling of snow and we happily drove past plenty of snow crusted vehicles on our trip up. Nestled among the Blue Ridge mountains with two rivers, Asheville is vibrantly picturesque.
  • Dennis McKonkie
    Published 8 days ago
    Why Everyone Should Travel to Texas at Least Once

    Why Everyone Should Travel to Texas at Least Once

    Texas has outsized experiences for pretty much anyone. From unique art installations to natural parks, desserts to mountains, and ranching to space exploration, there is something to see no matter what type of vacation you prefer. Here are 10 of the top attractions in the Lone Star State that you don't want to miss.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 14 days ago
    The Most Visited City Parks in the United States

    The Most Visited City Parks in the United States

    Most of the major cities in the United States have their great tourist attraction buildings like museums and zoos located in city parks. These are the most visited city parks in the United States on a yearly basis.
Asia
  • Jenn Melon
    Published 10 days ago
    An Insight into the Best Beaches in Thailand

    An Insight into the Best Beaches in Thailand

    If you are going to Thailand, then there’s a high chance that you are super excited about your vacation. Finally getting away and enjoying the beautiful scenery and new experiences. You may feel as though there are endless opportunities for you to explore and that you just can’t wait to plan out your “to do” list. Regardless of your plans, it’s important to make sure you are relaxing and enjoying the trip. If you want to relax on your vacation, then here are some of the top beaches in the area.
  • Eli Sooker
    Published about a month ago
    Bear Conservation and Eco-Tourism in Japan #2: Visit to Shiretoko

    Bear Conservation and Eco-Tourism in Japan #2: Visit to Shiretoko

    For the previous post on this subject, see here.
  • Afifa Ansari
    Published about a month ago
    Amazing Bali: Spot the Most Astonishing Attractions!!!

    Amazing Bali: Spot the Most Astonishing Attractions!!!

    While speaking of tourism, Bali shines the brightest amongst thousands of Indonesian islands. Talk of a tropical vacation destination and Bali pops up in your head in no time. It is visited by thousands of visitors each year from all across the globe. Jotted below are some reasons as to why you shouldn't miss exploring Bali on your next vacation.
Budget Travel
  • Afifa Ansari
    Published 2 days ago
    Why Book Pawna Lake Camping from Thrillophilia?

    Why Book Pawna Lake Camping from Thrillophilia?

    With the advancing technology, travelling has become an eased out affair. All sorts of bookings can be done anytime anywhere by merely a few clicks. Thrillophilia is one such convenient platform where you can book not just trips and tours but also adventure activities like camping.
  • Anne Reboa
    Published about a month ago
    College Wanderlust

    College Wanderlust

    "I’ve always loved traveling. Ever since I was practically a baby, I’ve enjoyed going anywhere that would venture me into new adventures, opening myself to a world that might change my life forever. When I was a kid, I would say that geography is my favorite subject because I've always wanted to learn about this vast world out there and always dreamed about growing up traveling to these different countries around the world.
  • Jenn Simpson
    Published about a month ago
    14 Totally Free Things to Do in Melbourne

    14 Totally Free Things to Do in Melbourne

    The world's "Most Liveable City" isn't exactly known for being a budget destination, where you can stretch your dollars (let's face it, nowhere in Australia really is). But Melbourne is an amazing city, jam-packed with a ton of things to do and see, and lots of it is completely free! You can easily spend a few days exploring the city, soaking in Melbourne's pervasive and eclectic culture, and seeing the sights without breaking the bank. Save your dollars for Melbourne's famous coffee instead, by checking out these free, but fantastic, attractions:
Culture
  • Darren Ledger
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Where the Dead Birds Sing

    Where the Dead Birds Sing

    There can be few things in this wonderful world as sweet as birdsong. Be it the chorus of shrill excited chatter that pre-empts a storm or the dawn and dusk expressions of joy as they anticipate the feeding frenzy known as the crepuscular zone. Many of us have woken to the harmonic beauty of birds calling throughout our lives. It's something that I have been fortunate enough to enjoy across the world from Yorkshire to Africa via Asia and even parts of the Middle East. Until that is, I moved to Malta.
  • Rachael A.
    Published 5 days ago
    Reclaiming and Revitalizing Indigenous Languages

    Reclaiming and Revitalizing Indigenous Languages

    Canadian Thanksgiving has come and gone, but American Thanksgiving looms on the horizon. This is a time of stories about the relationship between the pilgrims and the indigenous peoples, and those tales are often far from accurate. Their interactions were not as positive and mutually beneficial as we tend to pretend they were, and the arrival of pilgrims to the Americas marked the beginning of a long, painful history for the people who lived here first.
  • Melody Porter
    Published 10 days ago
    How to Fully Experience the Culinary Scene in America

    How to Fully Experience the Culinary Scene in America

    Traveling to try different culinary scenes is by far one of the best reasons to travel. Looking for delicious new plates to try, experiencing other cultures and how they influence food and the way people eat. Depending on where you are, dinner can be a several hour affair.
Europe
  • Sean McAllen
    Published 3 days ago
    Euro Mix Bag

    Euro Mix Bag

    Kraków, POL—One word sums this place up; stunning. The old town is simply magic. Beautiful buildings and history on every street and corner from medieval times up to the 20th century. From Wawel Castle through to the market square there is always some new detail to be picked up by the discerning eye, even after several visits to the city. There's a real romanticism about the town at night, with its gas converted street lights and the beautiful buildings it as though you're walking around in a movie or a painting that had sprung to life. The park surrounding the old town in autumn is beautiful with all the different coloured leaves adding a whole new splash of colour. Krakow has a young population so there’s a palpable energy from the tourists and young people as you stroll around. Every street has tons of restaurants, bars, and cafes hidden in its courtyards all with their own unique brand of design and charm. There are tours operating out of Kraków to Auschwitz, Zakopane, and other regional highlights like clockwork so there's no way to feel bored here. It's a real gem of a city! Gdańsk, POL—I had no idea Gdańsk was going to be as beautiful as it was. Kraków blew me away, but I was still not ready for how lovely Gdańsk is. I’ve since been calling it the Amsterdam of the Baltic because of the Flemish architecture and its dissecting river and small waterways. It has survived as a royal city, a free-state, been at times a part of Germany, Prussia, USSR, and Poland and truly boasts the luxuries of multiculturalism in its presentation. WW2 broke out here and the city paid a heavy toll, taking 70 years to be returned to its former glory (that's non-stop restoration straight through until 2015!). The city centre is beautiful and the town hall shares the limelight of the sky line with the spires of St. Mary’s church. Every time I was out exploring I found something new to marvel at or a new building to be impressed by. Part of the city walls are still standing, and I was staying outside of them in the “new” area of the town, so my walk was always lined by beautiful sights. I even tried to come home new and different ways, but each time the city found a way to surprise me with a hidden gem. It is truly beautiful and were it not so far away from everything I would be back in a heartbeat. Nürnberg, DEU—I spent a few days in Berlin before heading to Nürnberg, but there's enough travel information on Berlin that I don't feel the need to go into it. I got a tram and a bus down to my next stop in Bavaria. Famous for the nazi rallies and the trials after WW2, I knew little else about the town before arriving. The main bus station is located just outside the old city walls, and I was blown away by how nice the town is when I passed through the medieval fortifications and walked in. With the huge imperial castle looking down from the hilltop to the beautiful market spaces, Nuremberg is a wonderful town. For 500 years all new kings of Germany held their first court in Nuremberg, so it holds a special place in German history. This imperial importance or effect is visible in the craftsmanship of the many beautiful churches, bridges, and buildings that dot the old town area. They really convey a status of importance and that true expense was paid in their realization. The market was amazing everyday for cheap local food, and I had some great Bavarian style dishes during the evenings (and beers too!). Touring the remaining and unfinished nazi rally ground was quite an event for me. The information displays are powerful, no matter how many books or articles you've read or documentaries you've seen, there is always something new to learn. Something I found I really enjoyed, but that people might not like was really getting to practise speaking German on a daily basis. I found there to be fewer English speakers compared to the other German cities I’ve been to. All in all, if you're heading through Bavaria to Munich, it's definitely worth a stop off! Zürich, CHE—Switzerland was on my bucket list, and I remember thinking I wish I had gone to a more alpine town than Zürich, but when I got there I was once again blown away by the beauty of the city. Divided by the Limmat river the old town crawls up the embankments and hills around lake Zurich. There are so many beautiful buildings complimented with hundreds of little cobblestone alleys and laneways snaking between them. It gives the impression that the city just grew so fast and out of control that buildings were just springing up anywhere! I had a few days off in Zurich and was able to get out and explore much of the old town and its narrow roads, and had a few lovely strolls around the river. A big plus was being able to see and old friend from my hometown. She lives in the nearby town of Zug and I went down for an evening to hang out and catch up. The town is small but just insanely gorgeous. It’s one one side of lake Zug with the mountains in the background on the other side. Looking out while walking along waterfront presents a lovely panoramic. We sat outside and had a few drinks and caught up on each others lives. It was great to see an old friend and one of those necessary reminders of how small the world can be! Though I only saw two towns I got the impression that even a Swiss landfill would be beautiful. Barcelona, ESP—Everybody needs to go there at least once in the spring. The temperature was a perfect low-mid 20s with constant sun, the food was amazing, the jacaranda trees were just starting to bloom their cartoonish purple petals, and there felt a buzz about the city. We spent our days lounging on the beach, strolling slowly along the waterfront, hopping between patios and restaurants, and just walking around the city without a care in the world. The jump in temperature and being on the ocean really gave our time there a care-free element. We hit the main tourist hotspots, but did a lot of time in areas more off the beaten path which was great. There’s so much tourism in Barcelona that it has started to almost become a tourist city, with many families moving or being forced out for Airbnbs. There has been so much development towards tourism that there isn’t a huge industry there so jobs are starting to become scarce. You feel as a tourist that the place you’re visiting benefits from you being there, but for the first time I noticed that there was an audible portion of the inhabitants who didn’t want us there. It’s an interesting time for Catalonia, and I hope everything works out for the best for locals and tourists alike. Their city is so beautiful and diverse with a real appreciation for artistry and presentation it deserves to be prosperous for everybody. Marseille, FRA—Marseille was a greek colony and has been welcoming people of all walks of life since 600 BC. This was the salient fact that brought me there (as well as a dirt cheap flight from Barca). I spent my days walking around the ancient harbour/seaside fort. Of course no trip to the city is complete without making the ascent to the basilica Notre-Dame de la Garde; perched high above the city on a rocky hilltop and looking out into the Mediterranean Sea. I stayed in the Camas region of the city, on one of many streets developed during la Belle Époque in France (1870s-1910s). Rows of adjoining townhouses on either side of the sloping streets point to a time of great expansion and creativity that would have rendered them quite impressive in their hay-day. I stayed in a cool ground floor loft-like airbnb with a courtyard separating me from the main part of the house. The bed was in the loft above, and the kitchen/living area was below with a wee tiny toilet and shower area! These funky little treasures sometimes can make or break a trip as they are more or less non-existent in my experience in North America. It was so cute and small, but for a solo traveller it was just perfect size. I also went to a football match, which was great fun. The home fans are on either end of the stadium, and were chanting back and forth at each other before the game even kicked off! Balotelli netted a brace and Olympique de Marseille won, meaning everyone left in good spirits. For being the second most populated city in France it felt more impoverished than I expected. The Parc Longchamp was incredible, and the old port and surrounding areas had some lovely buildings and little side streets, but I didn’t get the sense of wealth or economic importance that I anticipated. That being said, it still holds a special place for me though as its where I bought Jaimes engagement ring and changed my life! Lyons, FRA—I got a bus for 1€ from Marseille. Unbelievable deal. I hadn’t researched the city at all before arriving, I only went because of the cost of the bus. When I arrived however I was so pleasantly surprised by the dreamy old town area. It was the first place in France to have its old town protected and properly cared for, and Lyons is so well to do for that decision! The narrow cobbled streets are packed with shops and restaurants, there was ivy running along the walls, flowers in bloom, and I got that familiar feeling of being back in time as I aimlessly meandered through the alleys and streets. The place I stayed was a bit of a let down, so I really tried to be out as much as possible. I went on a cool haunted tour of the town and learned all about its origins, symbology, etymology, and local legends that I wouldn’t have found anywhere else. I ended up being the only person on the tour so I felt like a VIP being ushered around in style. Something totally unique to Lyons is a series of hidden tunnels and passageways known as the “Traboules.” They run through buildings, staircases, and courtyards all over the old town and some are still open to the public. It was a great trip because I had zero expectations and found the city to be beautiful, the food delicious, and of course I love having the opportunity to speak French; which, for the most part, everyone did with me rather than reverting to English. I always find it a more immersive experience when you’re able to speak in the language of the country and Lyons delivered in spades. Athens, GRE—I heard so many negative things about Athens before arriving. That it stinks, the people are rude, there’s nothing to do (apart from the obvious), there’s no transit, etc etc. So, once again I had tempered expectations upon arriving. How could it not be worth travelling to a place with so much history? Luckily I was far from disappointed. When I arrived it was mid-spring and everything was in full bloom. When I walked up the steps from the underground I was hit with an aroma that I had never experienced on such a scale before. The whole walk to my Airbnb I could smell this beautiful floral, citrus scent on the air. The streets of Athens are lined with orange trees but the oranges are too bitter to eat, so they are allowed to naturally ripen and fall off. When they fall the branches start to flower with white petals and it produces a beautiful image and the intoxicating aroma that welcomed me. Everyday I tasted incredible coffee, had locally grown organic fresh fruits and vegetables, and munched on freshly baked bread. It felt like a real authentic experience to be in a city from antiquity and eating all local foods bought from the people who grow or make them. It was warm and sunny all but one day (where it PISSED down rain) and I walked everywhere. After I made it about five minutes from my flat the views were incredible. The Acropolis, the Parthenon, temples and churches of antiquity, ancient neighborhoods, Plato’s academy, where Socrates received the death sentence, the Agora, Roman ruins… I was a kid in a candy store. I walked around in the sun with my mouth open gazing at places I have read about for years and which hold staggering historical and global impact. It’s the oldest place I’ve yet been and I honestly loved it. The food was cheap, everybody I interacted with was nice, and the weather was a dream. Right outside my building was a huge street market one day of the week that had everything I could ever want. I left feeling like it was a place I would be happy to call home, and really lit a flame of desire to see more of what Greece has to offer. Cluj Napoca, ROM—Romania wasn’t high up on my list, but once again the price was too good to pass up, and I got a flight for under £30. Cluj is considered the capital of Transylvania and has been part of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires. My time there didn’t jump off to a great start as I had a completely anti-semitic cab driver drone on about his racist views while driving me to my flat, and when I got to the building I was staying in, the nazi SS logo was spray painted on the front! I was staying on the outskirts of the old town, in what seemed like a very soviet influenced area. Wide streets with big ugly square tower blocks. I wasn’t really that impressed with anything to start off with, but knowing I wasn’t in the city centre I figured I’d give it the benefit of the doubt and got out to see more of the area. Thankfully I was greeted by some beautiful buildings in the old town and some great weather to boot. The main area is very charming and there are some great parks within walking distance as well. Of particular interest to me was the medieval town wall that is still standing and outlining the original city. We certainly got off on the wrong foot, but after being out in the town over a few days it started to grow on me. I felt like I was probably there a little too long as it’s quite small, but there really are some nice buildings and restaurants to enjoy. Overall it didn’t do much to sell me on Romania, and if it wasn’t for all the good things I’ve heard about Bucharest I’m not sure I’d be fussed to go back. Who knows, maybe next time will be a completely different story! Wrocłow, POL—Rounding out my journey was a trip back to where it had begun, Poland! Once again I caught a dirt cheap flight, and landed in Wrocłow. I can’t say enough about Poland. The food is delicious and the beer is cheap. The cities are beautiful, and for the most part people seem genuinely nice. Whenever I struggle through a poorly pronounced and bastardized Polish sentence, I usually get a smile or a grin and someone who genuinely wants to help. Wrocłow had all of this plus it boasted a lovely main square with beautiful pastel shaded buildings, an impressive medieval town hall, and huge churches dotted all around. I sat out on a Saturday in a pub courtyard with a tasty pint and the sun beating down on me. I altered between reading a book and pausing to think how lucky I was to be outside in April in a t-shirt! It was Easter weekend and there were crowds of people at all the restaurants and bars, and everybody seemed to be in a great mood. I learned that Easter is a bigger holiday than Christmas in Poland, and the festive atmosphere was kicked into overdrive by the beautiful warm weather. Wrocłow is a bit out of the way from other big tourist centres, so it doesn’t get the footfall it would if it was located closer to a bigger or more popular destination, which is a shame because it’s truly worth seeing the old town area. After a stay that felt too-short, I was back to London on a plane, before crossing the ocean back to Canada.
  • Sean McAllen
    Published 8 days ago
    Prague

    Prague

    You could be forgiven for thinking you’re in the Iberian peninsula while walking through the sunny streets of Prague. Beautiful architecture and buildings covered in striking pastel shades sit proudly along the banks of the river Vltava, stretching on for miles in any direction.
  • Jessica Smith
    Published 8 days ago
    The 7 Best Things to Do in Paris—2020

    The 7 Best Things to Do in Paris—2020

    Tourism is the backbone of Paris. Many people visit the city each year. In 2018 alone, there were 17.95 million international visitors in Paris, making it the third most visited city in the world. What could these visitors be interested in?
Female Travel
  • Daisy Louise Carter
    Published a day ago
    Who’s Talking About Sex... and Travel?

    Who’s Talking About Sex... and Travel?

    Definitely not something I was thinking about in much depth when preparing for my first solo trip, but it was bound to happen at some point. Excitement, adrenaline, endorphins. All the best feelings that boil over in that restless long-haul flight into the unknown. On a completely unrelated note—Dad, please don't read this one.
  • Marie Nieves
    Published 4 months ago
    Have a Fun and Safe Girls' Road Trip

    Have a Fun and Safe Girls' Road Trip

    Road trips are a perfect adventure you can plan with your girlfriends to have fun and see amazing places. You should start preparing for the trip at least a few days in advance so you make sure you have everything you need. It is important to have fun and enjoy the process, however, staying safe is a must. So, before you go, make sure everything is in order, and if you need help, read our little guide to figure out what you should keep an eye on.
  • Rebecca Siggers
    Published 5 months ago
    Female Solo Travel: Tips and Advice

    Female Solo Travel: Tips and Advice

    The global travel industry has witnessed significant expansion in the female solo traveling community.
How To
  • Thelma-Louise Pieters
    Published about a month ago
    Hike More, Worry Less

    Hike More, Worry Less

    Virginia is not only for Lovers, it's for hikers too...
  • Matt Tubaj
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Find Cheap Flights Online

    How to Find Cheap Flights Online

    The answer to this question is very simple. There are certain rules and schemes that you need to follow if you want to find the cheapest flight to your next dream vacation destination. For the purpose of this article, I chose a sample route as an example:
  • Olivia Picton
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Take a Road Trip Across the United States

    How to Take a Road Trip Across the United States

    If you love traveling, then you have to plan a cross-country road trip across America. There are so many amazing sites to see, and you can travel far cheaper than you would believe. Read further to obtain tips that will help you see everything nature has to offer, while keeping your money in your wallet.
Humanity
  • Dawn Greer
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Plot Twist!!

    Plot Twist!!

    It Has Been Said That If You Are Not Correcting Your Course Frequently You Aren't Living Life To Its Fullest...
  • Emmalee Edwards
    Published a day ago
    Potential New Beginnings

    Potential New Beginnings

    After moving half-way around the world to the small town in the UK for my master’s programme, I had convinced myself and thought that every second of it would be a new adventure without any sort of effort on my part.
  • Mayurie
    Published 4 days ago
    The Diary of a BindiBabe.

    The Diary of a BindiBabe.

    Entry 1: Mr Fee - The Flash.
Lgbt Travel
  • Brooke Collits
    Published 3 months ago
    The Queer Girl City Guide for Sydney

    The Queer Girl City Guide for Sydney

    Marked as one of the most belligerent and happening events for queer men and women from across the globe, the Mardi Gras is unlike something you’ve ever seen before.
  • DM Lewis
    Published 5 months ago
    Cuba Libre, Yes Please

    Cuba Libre, Yes Please

    Havana, is a faster-paced city that is somewhat different than the stereotypical Caribbean islands. With the taxi speeding down the Malecon to take tourists around the city, it is a city that, thanks to some of the steps being taken, may open their doors to travelers from the United States and around the world. But there are a few things that you need to know as a potential tourist.
  • DM Lewis
    Published 5 months ago
    Curacao Pride—3 Years

    Curacao Pride—3 Years

    Curacao as an island that is home to a diverse population of people who speak a diverse number of languages. As a part of the Lesser Netherland Antilles, residents of the island not only speak Dutch, but Portuguese, as well as Papiamento, and local creole language that derived from African and Portuguese languages. Even with that in mind, tourism is a major source of income for the island. Although it is less reliant on it than many other Caribbean islands, making this a destination that welcomed some 1.7 million guests to their sandy beaches in 2015; it is still an island that has more to offer than the standard tourism hallmarks. From Curacao Carnival to the Foam Party, or Full Moon Party at Kokomo Beach there is something for everyone to take part in.
List
  • Mike Gardez
    Published 14 days ago
    Cities to Travel This Year During the Black Friday Deals
  • Marie Nieves
    Published about a month ago
    The Best Fireworks Displays to See Around the World

    The Best Fireworks Displays to See Around the World

    Fireworks can usually be found at important events and celebrations, from national holidays to weddings and birthdays. They are there to signify excitement and happiness, and sometimes they can be so big and shiny they seem to cover up the entire sky. So, if you enjoy these fun fire flowers, and you happen to love traveling as well, here are a few places you should visit if you’d like to see some of the best fireworks in the world.
  • Joseph McLean
    Published 2 months ago
    15 Powerful Reasons Why People Love to Travel

    15 Powerful Reasons Why People Love to Travel

    There are a lot of benefits to enjoy when you let your hair down, kick off the routine, throw caution to the wind, and simply go somewhere else! Here are 15 powerful reasons to do just that.
Travel Advice
  • Dennis McKonkie
    Published 12 days ago
    Things You’ll See on a Trip to Arizona

    Things You’ll See on a Trip to Arizona

    Arizona is a great place to visit if you like having fun and seeing beautiful scenery. The natural wonders are a rare treat and the people are as friendly and welcoming as the weather. When you visit, you’ll see breathtaking vistas, interesting geological formations, and you’ll learn what people mean when they call the desert a beautiful place. There is a lot to see and do, so here are a few highlights of things you’ll see on a trip to Arizona.
  • Samantha Wilson
    Published 28 days ago
    6 Reasons to Walk the Camino de Santiago

    6 Reasons to Walk the Camino de Santiago

    The Camino de Santiago is a network of hiking trails that cross the whole of Europe and end at the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, the alleged final resting place of St James.
  • Dennis McKonkie
    Published about a month ago
    Preparing Your Home for Vacation

    Preparing Your Home for Vacation

    Your vacation is finally here. The time has come for you to start getting your belongings together, so that you can hop in the car (or board your plane), and take off for your long-awaited trip. When it comes to getting ready for vacation, most people focus on what they need to pack and take with them. You may be making arrangements for your pets. It’s easy to focus on what you need to bring with you. There’s something else that should be added to your vacation prep list—getting your home ready. Here are some things that you should do for your home before you leave for your vacation.
Travel Lists
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 3 days ago
    12 Beautiful Natural Wonders in Oregon

    12 Beautiful Natural Wonders in Oregon

    Tourism contributes some $12.5 billion dollars a year to Oregon's economy and the only wonder is that the total is not higher since some of the natural wonders in the state are as beautiful as any in the world. The Beaver State of Oregon is absolutely loaded with beautiful natural wonders that tourists love to visit.
  • Mariela Corella
    Published 3 days ago
    5 Questions We’ve All Had on an Airplane

    5 Questions We’ve All Had on an Airplane

    What happens if there’s an accident and I’m sitting on the emergency exit row?
  • Tammy Taylor
    Published 3 days ago
    World's Most Fun Destinations - Top 7

    World's Most Fun Destinations - Top 7

    Everyone has a bucket list full of destinations that he or she would wish to travel. That, however, doesn't mean that every city or spot that is in your bucket list is a fun destination. Coming up with such places can be quite hard, not unless you do more research. But there is no need for that. This article contains the top seven fun destinations that you should visit. The places are not only enjoyable but also full of fun activities, great restaurants and friendly people who are going to welcome you with open hands. They include:
Travel Tips
  • Flora Mayer
    Published 7 days ago
    How to Save Money on Your Next Holiday

    How to Save Money on Your Next Holiday

    Saving money when on holiday is of paramount importance, particularly when traveling on a budget. But figuring how to do this can be a daunting and sometimes almost impossible. You definitely need someone to advise you on workable travel tips and tricks on how to save money while traveling—advise on how and where to get the best deals.
  • Ralf Llanasas
    Published 9 days ago
    How to Plan the Trip of a Lifetime

    How to Plan the Trip of a Lifetime

    Going for a trip should be a relaxing experience, but in order to do that, you have to make sure everything is ready much before the day of! The trip of a lifetime requires good planning before you can have your fun memories. But don't sweat it, just follow these tips and you'll be good to go:
  • Carlos Fox
    Published 16 days ago
    Best Warm-Weather Vacations

    Best Warm-Weather Vacations

    If you’re desperate to escape the cold this winter, you’re not alone. Taking a vacation can help you take a break from your daily routine, spend more time with your family, and immerse yourself in a new culture. In fact, according to a 2017 study, vacation boosts happiness, productivity, and overall mood. Here are the best affordable warm-weather destinations to help you leave the snow behind.