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  • March 11, 2017
    Visiting one of Africa’s natural wonders – Victoria Falls

    Along with the Iguazu Falls at the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay; and Angel Falls in Venezuela, the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi river at the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia are ranked as some of the most spectacular falls in the world. Most travelers visiting the falls stick to the Zambian side, considering […]


  • December 14, 2016
    Travel Trend: Active Holidays in the Land Down Under

    There are many different kinds of travelling: romantic trips, party trips, sightseeing tours, going to the seaside etc. Another great way to travel is to go on an active holiday. This way you get to travel and be active, combine sightseeing and sports or recreation. It is healthy for both your body and your soul! […]


  • October 17, 2016
    Being alone this Christmas could only mean: Sydney Adventure!

    Just because you can’t (or don’t want to) visit your family on Christmas or do something similar, doesn’t mean that you should sit alone in your home and do nothing. Christmas time is perfect for traveling and is there any better place than sunny Sydney? Believe it or not, travelling alone is one really satisfying […]


  • August 20, 2015
    Popular Natural Wonders of Australia

    [Photo: TChamI on Flickr] There rarely is a place on Earth that can boast about with lushness of nature it is blessed and sites to see like Australia is. Narrowing a list to only a couple of them is a hard and rather unfair task to all those spots that will not find its place […]


  • February 27, 2015
    Zipline takes you from one country to another and one hour back in time

    Sanlucar de Guadiana, in Spain and Alcoutim, in Portugal reside across from the river Rio Guadiana. And the countries are one hour apart in timezone, which means that Spain in one hour ahead of Portugal. Limite Zero, a new zipline connects Sanlucar de Guadiana to Alcoutim. A privately funded passion project of Englishman David Jarman, […]


  • February 25, 2015
    Australian day trips for sailors

    If applied maritime exploration rocks your boat, this day and age comes with more possibilities than a single sailor could possibly visit in a lifetime. Still, in order to arrange an itinerary of connected destinations, island-based and mainland coastal, one does not have to travel far from Australia. The entire geographic region is spattered with […]


  • January 8, 2015
    Bicycle tour & meeting a local artist in Popayán, Colombia

    Popayan is a quaint little town in the south of Colombia comprising of white-washed houses and small lanes within the old town. One of the best activities to do in Popayan (and highly recommended by TripAdvisor) is the “downhill” bike ride from the natural thermal pools up in the mountains to the town center. Organized […]


  • May 20, 2014
    Game of Thrones filming locations you should visit this summer!

    Game of Thrones is one of the greatest sensations sweeping through the entertainment industry today. The adventure, myth, magic and intrigue which it offers has had ardent fans hooked from Season One. Now in the fourth season, it seems like the fun is just getting started. However, it is possible to take the fun, adventure […]


  • March 12, 2014
    Tips for a healthy summer vacation trip this year

    Most of us take holidays just for rest and usually we used to spend our holidays doing by nothing or sitting in front of television, sleeping, drink wine with friends, playing with pets, reading some interesting books. There is no such big change that they bring in their lives even in their vacations. But here […]


  • February 14, 2014
    Cost of permits to climb Mount Everest drops

    It took a staggering amount of US$25,000 to get a permit to climb Mount Everest, but now Nepalese authorities have slashed that to US$12,000 starting next year, in hopes of attracting more tourists. Prices vary a lot depending on the season. The $11,000 price is for the high climbing season stretching from March to May. […]


  • January 21, 2014
    Seek the confluence points

    People go to extremes traveling the world with set itineraries and points-of-interests. One of them is ‘Confluence Trips’. A point of confluence occurs at the integer degree intersections where a line of latitude meets a line of longitude. There is a confluence within 49 miles (79 km) of you if you’re on the surface of […]


  • January 6, 2014
    Chadar Trek – best trek for adventure addicts

    ‘Ladakh, undoubtedly a peerless destination for adventure lovers to experience ecstasy. The adventure empyrean abodes some of the most mesmerizing trekking trails!’ The Himalayan range in Ladakh offers an abundance of trekking opportunities to the enthusiastic adventurers. Among these trails, Zanskar Frozen River or Chadar trek is among the wildest and most exciting treks in […]


  • November 13, 2013
    This ‘Ultimate Bucket List’ takes 255 days and costs a lot

    How long does it take to cover 100 of the world’s greatest travel experiences in a one non-stop trip? Home exchange website, LoveHomeSwap says 255 days and costs about £50,000 ($80,000). The itinerary put together by LoveHomeSwap would take in activities ranging from bog-snorkelling in Llanwrytd Wells in Wales to reading a newspaper while floating […]


  • November 13, 2013
    Water sports in India – wet-thrill at it’s best!

    In India, different forms of fun can indulge people from various backgrounds with varying appetite for adventure. At one end, some individuals find even taking a step out of their house adventurous. At the other extreme end, risk takers are not intimidated by even the mighty waves of sea and killing currents of rivers. In […]


  • September 17, 2013
    Wildlife sanctuaries’ financial status demands more visitors

    India is a home to many wildlife sanctuaries. These wildlife sanctuaries make the country a paradise for a nature lover. There are about 515 wildlife sanctuaries in India among which 43 are declared as the tiger reserves under the Project Tiger. Some of the wildlife sanctuaries are distinctively named as bird-sanctuary as they are conserving […]


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