Things have gotten better in terms of virus cases, but we are not totally back to normal, and that applies to vacationing too. There are some important tips to remember if you plan on traveling this year.
Here are eight mysterious places in South America where the line between magic and reality is blurred.
The world can be kind of a boring place. But sometimes…
Do you know which countries are best suited for new and experienced surfers?
What’s not to like about being out in the wild, surrounded by nature and not a human in sight. Isn’t that life?
Royal palaces are the kind of place we would all like to live in. Let’s take a look at some of the royal palaces around the world that get the most bragging rights.
Cooking can be a fun hobby and a great way to explore the world of cuisine, it gives you new flavors and taste combinations that you otherwise wouldn’t have tried before. And if you have a bit of time on your hands and are bored with what you’ve been eating on a daily basis – this is a great way to shake up your routine and find a new favourite dish in the process.
From deadly earthquake-prone areas to cities with an abundance of crime. Here is a list of ten places on Earth that you do not want to visit.
Let’s take a look at some of the biggest wet markets in the world.
Have you ever seen a pool where you can go diving, yachting or swimming next to the sharks? Oh, and let’s not forget the killer view of the untouched tropical landscapes! In general, pools are a great way to spend some quality time, but the following seven beauties are simply out of this world.
Time to learn a few curious facts about the magical Siberia!
Traveling will probably be somewhat weirder this year due to the Covid-19 lockdowns all over the globe. We’re barely allowed to go outside, so who would seriously contemplate going to a touristic hotspot in a few months? If you’re looking for a more solitary traveling experience, there’s always a remote airbnb. And there’s nothing more remote than a tree house.
Have you ever wanted to live in a fairy-tale place? Somewhere with cute little houses and rivers and lots of fresh flowers. Perhaps you’d even want to ride a boat for a change, you know, instead of using a car. A place like that exists and it’s straight up out of your dreams.It’s called Giethoorn, it’s a village in the Netherlands…
With the scary coronavirus rampaging the world, it can be tricky to pick a country where you’d be safe. Of course, you can use Google, like the rest of us, but since you’re already here, let’s see where you should and shouldn’t go!
If that’s what you’re aiming for or perhaps you’re just looking for a great place for a spring break we think these are the places you should travel to for a spring holiday in the US.
When you think about volcanoes, several descriptions come to mind. Awe-inspiring. Beautiful. Dangerous. Destructive. You might think that volcanos that erupt frequently are the ones that should worry everybody the most, but in fact the volcanoes that haven’t erupted in centuries pose the highest risk, especially if they’re located in heavily populated areas. The reason for this? When they go a long time without exploding, the mounting pressure builds up, so when it does occur, the results are especially devastating.
When the snow starts to fall and the chilly wind begins to blow, you just want to stay at home and wrap yourself in blankets, right? No! You want to get out there and make the most of the winter wonderland destinations both near and far. But with so many to choose from, where should you go?
If you want to relive some of that wonder you felt when watching Interstellar movie but in a more realistic setting, there’s a restaurant in Mexico you should definitely visit.
Travel is more accessible than ever these days. We no longer need to take a train or travel in a car for days to see a new country. You don’t have to spend weeks being seasick on a boat to cross the ocean. We can just get a cheap ticket for a low-cost airline and be in a completely different country in a matter of hours. So yeah, we travel because we can. But that’s not the only reason people travel.
The northern lights, or aurora borealis as the academics would have you say, are one of the most awe-inspiring natural phenomena to look at with your own eyes. The only downside to the northern lights is that camping out in a tent when it’s freezing and the temperature is barely above “don’t freeze to death in an hour” degrees Celsius isn’t too pleasant a prospect. Having a nice hotel where you can watch the northern lights might be a good idea.