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Get Organized For Family Vacations

  By Diana Smith When planning a family vacation, there are so many things which need to be done. Even though it may sound easy at first, it is one hell of a job which takes hours and hours of organizing. From creating a travel plan, packing all the required gear, to making sure that your house stays safe....

Ring in 2017 in a totally thrilling manner

By Alfred Stallion Wish to ring in 2017 in a totally thrilling manner? Indulge in these 5 adventurous activities! 2016 is almost over and its ending as well as the beginning of 2017 can be celebrated in a unique manner. We recommend you to choose wild, exotic destinations where you can engage in adventurous...

How YouCan Enjoy the Real African Safari in Off-Season

By Alfred Stallion If the time has come for you to experience the thrills of great travelling like never before in your life, then it is the right moment for you to consider Africa as the perfect destination. It is the best recommendation we can make in terms of exotic locations that are great to visit both...

Your Next Amazing Wildlife Holiday Awaits You

By Diana Smith It is finally time for your holiday, but you have no idea where to go. Instead of going to the usual places, perhaps it’s time to get adventurous and explore what wildlife destinations have to offer. Before you go, be sure to thoroughly check what you need to bring and how you should prepare,...

Cuba? Yes!

By Jody Hanson Why visit Cuba? Because it is one of the most relatively unspoiled islands in the Caribbean with friendly people, great music, bland food and low prices. After the Americans imposed a trade embargo in 1960, the island went into a kind of time-warp stuck in the 1950s. Cars have been kept...

Paradise on Cambodia’s Islands

By Andrew Kolasinski The boat swayed, more from the movements of the passengers than from the gentle waves of the Gulf of Thailand. In just over an hour we sighted the shores of Koh Ruessey, or Bamboo Island, one of Cambodia’s many island paradises. The captain cut back on the throttle, and steering with...

Eating Tarantula Spiders in Cambodia

By Andrew Kolasinski A bizarre sight greeted me when I checked into my Phnom Penh guest house. In the lobby trashcan I saw a takeaway food tray with noodle residue topped by two huge black spiders – tarantulas! The next night sitting with friends at a sidewalk café a street vendor offered a platter of fried...

Peru’s Temple of Doom: Chavín

  By Mike Gasparovic An unearthly lowing from a conch shell reverberates off the atrium walls, startling silent the initiates massed in the plaza. In the distance the hills crouch, waiting. A hush. Then, from nowhere, a roar of rushing water. The men are twitching, squinting their eyes against the light,...

Waterfalls of Laos

By Andrew Kolasinski There was a rumbling in the air and a slight tremor in the ground a kilometer from the falls. As I got closer the rumbling became a thunderous crashing, the ground shook and the air was full of swirling mist. Khane Phapheng Falls in Laos is Southeast Asia’s largest waterfall and the...

Three Days in Cajamarca, Peru

By Mike Gasparovic November 16, 1532. Just before sundown, a group of 6,000 Inca warriors parades slowly into the main square of a quiet town in the central Andes. They carry no weapons. Flushed as they are with victory in a recent civil war, who would dare attack? With them, borne on a litter adorned with...

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