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Frozen Warmth of Iceland
Frozen Warmth of Iceland

Frozen Warmth of Iceland

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations, Outdoor Adventures, Snow Adventures by on December 31, 2017 • views: 1359

Everything in Iceland is extraordinary. Even the most ordinary things become outstanding in Iceland. A simple walk usually transforms into a hiking expedition across glaciers, camping under the stars means witnessing the majestic aurora borealis, while swimming in a pool turns into a relaxation session in a geothermal lagoon. Yes, everything is extraordinary in Iceland! […]

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Luxury Safari Along Zambezi River
Luxury Safari Along Zambezi River

Luxury Safari Along Zambezi River

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations, Outdoor Adventures by on November 12, 2017 • views: 1004

Luxury and Africa is not exactly a common word association. However, Africa is much more than we see on the news. It’s a spectacular land capable of offering memorable experiences in unimaginable places. The area along the Zambezi River is one of these spectacular places. There is something about this river that lures tourists who […]

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Safari Experience in Rwanda
Safari Experience in Rwanda

Safari Experience in Rwanda

Filed in Destinations, Outdoor Adventures by on October 14, 2017 • views: 813

Rwanda is a beautiful country with three national parks, amazing mountain scenery, and diverse wildlife. It has a thriving capital city and offers visitors plenty of interesting things to see and do during their visit. It also has a growing economy, more women in Parliament than any other country in the world and friendly residents. […]

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Travel to Landlocked Malawi
Travel to Landlocked Malawi

Travel to Landlocked Malawi

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations, Outdoor Adventures by on October 14, 2017 • views: 649

I am not one to back down from an adventure but Malawi? I should be honest, I had not thought of going to Malawi since I was a teenager and here I was packing for this fun adventure. My friends convinced me that this is THE African place I just must see because, well, this […]

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Fall in New England
Fall in New England

Fall in New England

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations, Outdoor Adventures by on October 14, 2017 • views: 649

Fall! That magical season when nature gets all dressed up in a kaleidoscope of colors to impress and dazzle with fairy tale sceneries. Everybody is instantly feeling a bit melancholic and an infinite number of photos with shoes stepping on dead but colorful leaves invades social media. No one can resist the charm of fall, […]

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Hiking in the Lake District views: 300

The most visited National Park in the United Kingdom, with over 15 million people coming here every year, the Lake District is a place of surreal beauty. Nature was very giving to this region and those who love hikes and really long walks keep falling in love with its outstanding views. There’s a certain serenity […]

Skiing in the French Alps views: 311

The French Alps will always have a magical aura that attracts skiers from all over the world. Offering an impressive variety of resorts and splendid mountain landscapes, this winter destination is truly a spectacular land. With resorts ranging from high altitude to small farming villages, the French Alps come with a specific traditional French ambiance, […]

Skiing in Sweden views: 253

We all know about the beautiful ski villages in Switzerland, Austria or the French Alps, but how about the ski resorts in Sweden? Is Sweden a good ski vacation destination? It is! As a matter of fact, it’s a fabulous and cool European skiing destination. And this is why: There are over 100 ski resorts […]

Relax in Mauritius views: 310

More than 100,000 British visitors go to Mauritius each year. After all, Mark Twain did say that “You gather the idea that Mauritius was made first and then heaven was copied after Mauritius”. And this is the absolute truth! While it’s a bit more complicated for Americans and Canadians to get here, this doesn’t stop […]