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10 Dreamiest Honeymoon Destinations in Australia

By Chloe Smith So far away from the rest of the world, Australia has been blessed with some of the most stunning landscapes you can imagine. It offers a great range of natural features from tropical paradises to mountains covered in snow. Australia’s young couples are blessed that they do not have to go far...

How To Keep The Whole Family Safe When Camping In The Wood

By Luna Anderson A camping trip with your family would be a lot of fun as long as it’s held with a little preparation. To create a safe and fascinating experience with the greatest Mother Nature, you must learn all dos and don’ts of camping to fully savor the outdoors! Follow our guide today to become a...

Car Must-Haves When Hiking or Camping

By Richard Jennings Camping or going on a hike is a great way to destress and just simply disconnect from the hustle and bustle of our daily working lives. While it can be a pursuit of leisure, careful planning is still necessary to ensure that you get the most out of your experience. So, before you head...

To do List Desert Safari Dubai

By: Zain Vaiyaz   Desert Safari in the Sara desert is one of the lifetime experiences you have when you are in Dubai, UAE Following are the 7 things that you can do when you are in Dubai Desert doing Desert safari. Sandboarding Dune Bashing Camel riding camp show belly dance camp show fire show dinner in...

Baja California Keeps Drawing Me Back

Something keeps bringing me back to Baja California. As a travel writer I enjoy discovering new places in the world. Yet, my most memorable journey in the past year was close to my own back yard. During the autumn harvest our group of seven food and wine lovers from IFWTWA (International Food Wine Travel &...

Friday the 13th — Paraskevidekatriaphobia

For those afraid of Friday the 13th, the only thing scarier than the date itself might be having to spell out the name of their fear: paraskevidekatriaphobia. And this year brings a double fright, as 2017’s second and final Friday the 13th lands in October, the traditional month of haunts. On the premise...

How to Arrange for Your Backpacking Trip to India

By Charlie Brown Backpacking provides the best option for any traveler looking for a more intimate knowledge of a country. If you are looking to go off the tourist circuit, you can arrange for a backpacking trip to India. You will enjoy your stay more and save on other costs related to hotel stays and other...

Checking Out The Secret Gems of Baltimore

By Tommy Zimmer During 2014, the city of Baltimore welcomed 24.5 million visitors. That brought in around $5.2 billion, representing $10,000 per minute. It was about 3.7 percent more than it was during 2014. The state government was able to collect $649 million in taxes from the visitor revenue, which was...

How to Prepare for A Cycling Road Trip

By Chloe Smith A lot of people believe that the best way to really learn a thing or two about your target destination is to get creative with the way in which you get there. This makes a lot of people turn towards the idea of going on a road trip but even this can be somewhat restricting. You see, traveling...

Fall Foliage Map: Interactive Map of Fall Leaves

I’m personally not big on camping, unless it is in a four or five star hotel. Am I spoiled, yes. Have I done the other, yes. Do I appreciate all it offers to those who enjoy it, most definitely. That is why when I saw Hipcamp’s Fall Foliage Map:  www.hipcamp.com/discover/fall-foliage-map, I felt the need to...

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