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  • Skeleton Coast, Namibia

    Skeleton Coast, Namibia

      The entire Namibian coastline was known as the Skeleton Coast, but today, it refers mainly to the Skeleton Coast National Park. Although the wildlife has become significantly less in the area over the centuries, there are still crocodiles there, just as large and aggressive as ever. The Kunene River, which passes through the park, and forms one of the two estuaries in the country, flows out to the sea, many times with plenty of crocodiles with it! Read More
  • Amager, Denmark

    Amager, Denmark

      Beautiful beaches might not be the first thing you think of when you think of Denmark, but when on the small island of Amager that's exactly what you get! The island lies southwest of central Copenhagen, and is the home of Copenhagen Airport, as well as the beautiful little fishing Hamlet of Dragor. Read More
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    Thailand Travel Guide

      The country of Thailand, officially known as the Kingdom of Thailand, is situated in Southeast Asia, with coastlines on the Gulf of Thailand, and the Andaman Sea. It shares borders with Laos to the east, Malaysiato to the south, Myanmar to the northwest, and Cambodia to the southeast. There is a very good reason why Thailand is the most popular country for tourists in Southeast Asia. Travelers flock here year after year to sample the great food, enjoy the tropical climate, learn about the fascinating culture, enjoy the majestic mountains, and of course, take great pleasure in lazing on Read More
  • Things to do in Tasmania: Freycinet Experience Walk

    Things to do in Tasmania: Freycinet Experience Walk

      The four-day Freycinet Experience Walk will take you into one of the most spectacular coastal wilderness areas in the world. Led by experienced guides, you will walk through beautiful coastal forests, pass through the pink granite Hazard Mountains, and go by boat into isolated, rarely explored areas of the Freycinet National Park. Read More
  • Montezuma, Costa Rica

    Montezuma, Costa Rica

    Montezuma is a liberal, laid-back holiday destination situated in Costa Rica, on the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula. It is a great destination for the bohemian-type of person traveling on a budget. If you love watching people, then this smallish town is the place for you. Here you will see all sorts of people, from permanent ex-pats, to cool international backpackers, to surfers, to artists, and the open-minded locals who love them. The dress code in Montezuma is easy – anything goes! Read More
  • 75-Mile Beach, Australia

    75-Mile Beach, Australia

      75-Mile beach is situated on the eastern side of Fraser Island in Queensland, Australia. It is the largest sand island in the world, and more than likely too, the only beach on earth that is registered as a highway, with a speed limit of 80 mph. The island is an unspoiled natural paradise for nature lovers, and although the dangerous currents and tiger sharks in the waters surrounding the island make it less than ideal for swimming, it’s the other attractions that have made it a popular holiday destination. Read More
  • 5 Best Beaches for Dogs in the UK

    5 Best Beaches for Dogs in the UK

      How many times have you thought of taking Fido for a run along the beach, but changed your mind because you didn’t know which beaches were dog-friendly? Planning ahead is a must when you want to take your dog with on activities or travels, and the good news is that we have collected five of the many that are found in the UK, so there’s no need for Fido to lose out on that seaside adventure. Read More
  • Mahe, Seychelles

    Mahe, Seychelles

      Mahe, the political and economic center of the Seychelles, is the biggest of the islands in the Seychelles archipelago. In spite of its importance in the Seychelles, Mahe is still as naturally charming and beautiful as ever. The island is spectacular, and although only 27 miles in length, boast no less than 75 beaches, each of them just as beautiful, peaceful, pleasant as the next. Read More
  • Mazatlan, Mexico

    Mazatlan, Mexico

      Mazatlan is well known for its beautiful beaches, and has also become a favorite vacation and retirement destination for many Americans, Canadians, and Europeans. Visitors to Mazatlan, who go there to enjoy the beaches and the numerous attractions the place has to offer, are always welcomed by the more than 350,000 friendly inhabitants of the city. Read More
  • Ibiza Old Town, Ibiza, Spain

    Ibiza Old Town, Ibiza, Spain

    When most people think of Ibiza, they think of wild, 1990s style parties. While there are still parties, however, there are also some great cultural experiences. Ibiza Old Town, or Dalt Vila, is one of those. A World Heritage Site, which consists of extremely attractive walls and a maze of streets firmly secured by walls on all sides the town includes some amazing attractions, interesting sites, and activities. Read More
  • Whitsunday Crocodile Safari, Whitsunday, Australia

    Whitsunday Crocodile Safari, Whitsunday, Australia

    If you want a truly different nature experience then take a day to do the Whitsunday Crocodile Safari while you’re on vacation here. This is where you can venture into the world of the feared saltwater crocodile, considered to be a living relic from the age of the dinosaurs that inhabited the waterways in the tropical north of Australia, as well as Southeast Asia. Read More
  • Zanzibar

    Zanzibar

    Zanzibar is a semi-independent archipelago, situated off the coastline of Tanzania. It consists of Zanzibar Island, and a number of other smaller islands. Zanzibar Island, at about 90km long and 30km wide, is the largest island in the archipelago. The world’s shortest war took place here in 1896, when Zanzibar surrendered to Britain after just 38 minutes of bombardment from the British navy. Read More
  • Nice, France

    Nice, France

      The large city of Nice, situated on the French Riviera in France, is an extremely popular holiday destination for thousands of people all over the world. Nice has much to offer just about any visitor, and is perfect for holidaymakers of all ages. Everyone in Nice speaks French, and although many of the locals are able to speak English, they appreciate it highly, if you make an effort to converse with them in their mother tongue. Read More
  • Things to do in Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island

    Things to do in Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island

    When most people think of beach travel in Canada, their first thought is the region around Vancouver. However, Canada's east coast has just as much to offer as the west coast, and Cavendish Beach on Prince Edward Island is a must see for Canadian beach travelers. Cavendish Beach has several attractions that are visited by many people year after year. Most of the activities and attractions in Cavendish Beach are ideal for people of all ages, including children. Read More
  • Cadiz, Spain

    Cadiz, Spain

      The stunning old city of Cadiz, possibly the oldest inhabited city in the western world, occupies a small peninsula on the south coast of Spain, is definitely worth a visit. Although not many foreign tourists holiday in Cadiz, it is a very popular destination for the people of Spain, especially in summer, and during February and March, when the carnival takes place. Read More
  • Things to do in Tanzania: Visit Mnembe Island

    Things to do in Tanzania: Visit Mnembe Island

    The ocean off the coast of mainland of Tanzania is full of islands, and one of the most exclusive is undoubtedly Mnembe or Mnemba island. A scuba divers dream, the award-winning, privately owned Mnembe Island, can only be described as a barefoot paradise for those fortunate enough to be able to afford a holiday there. Read More
  • Things to do in Galveston, Texas: Pleasure Pier

    Things to do in Galveston, Texas: Pleasure Pier

      Pleasure Pier in Galveston, Texas, has been a fixture in local life since the early 20th century! The pier started out in the latter half of the 1940s as a recreational facility for the troops involved in World War 2. When the war ended, the troops no longer needed it as a recreation facility, and Pleasure Pier was born. About 40 years ago, the pier was almost completly ruined by Hurricane Carla. Since then, it has been transformed into the exceptional amusement park it is today, for people of all ages, and is visited by many thousands of tourists Read More
  • Juhu, Mumbai, India

    Juhu, Mumbai, India

      India is one of those places that just has to be on anyone's travel bucket list, and if you're going to visit, make sure that Juhu, in the capital of Mumbai, is on your list of destinations. The beautiful, extensive beach in the affluent suburb of Juhu in Mumbai, India, is what it is most famous for. Juhu is known in India as the Beverly Hills of Bollywood, due to the many Bollywood celebrities and prominent businessmen and women who live here. Read More
  • Things to do in Knysna, South Africa

    Things to do in Knysna, South Africa

      Knysna is a popular holiday destination for thousands of people from all over the globe. It is famous for the pristine lagoon, great weather, superb natural beauty and laid back culture, among many other stellar qualities. While Knysna does have many attractions, there are some which are extremely popular with both locals and tourists alike. Read More
  • Things to do in Saidia, Morocco: Visit a Hammam

    Things to do in Saidia, Morocco: Visit a Hammam

      If you are planning to travel to Morocco, then one of the must do activities you must have on your list is a visit to a hammam, What is a hammam you ask? Well, it’s a public steam bath, which is a very popular activity in North Africa, especially in Morocco and Tunisia. Apart from getting a good scrub down, a hammam is a really good place to learn about the culture of the area, and meet and chat with some of the locals. Read More
  • Swakopmund, Namibia

    Swakopmund, Namibia

    Travel in Africa runs the gamut from tropical beach destinations to historic cities, to desolate deserts. Swakopmund, which is situated on the edge of the Namibian desert, is an extremely popular holiday destination for the majority of Namibians. The magnificent old German Colonial building found everywhere in the city, are a constant reminder of the city’s German origins, and make this African desert city a unique and fascinating travel destination. Read More
  • Egypt Travel Guide

    Egypt Travel Guide

    Egypt, officially known as the Arab Republic of Egypt, is situated in the north eastern region of Africa. Cairo is the largest city in the country, and also the capital of Egypt. Libya, Israel, Sudan, and the Gaza Strip share borders with Egypt. The Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea are along the coastlines of the country. Read More
  • Brac, Croatia

    Brac, Croatia

    Looking for unique travel destinations in Europe? Croatia may be the country you're looking for! The large island of Brac, situated in the Adriatic Sea, is one of those lesser-known holiday destinations which has plenty to offer in the line of attractions and activities, including some adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities, and various events and festivals which are held throughout the year. Read More
  • Santa Maria, Cape Verde

    Santa Maria, Cape Verde

      Santa Maria, is without a doubt, the largest and most popular holiday resort in the Cape Verde Islands. The resort has been visited by mainly Italians up to now, but since more flights are becoming available from other areas of Europe, people of other nationalities are also starting to visit. The main attraction in Santa Maria is the 8km of beautiful, white, sandy beach, with its crystal clear, warm waters. Read More
  • Bom Bom Island, Principe

    Bom Bom Island, Principe

      Bom Bom Island, situated in the waters just off Principe, is joined to the mainland by a wooden walkway, 230 meters long, which extends out above the crystal clear waters surrounding this remote tropical island. Spacious, exquisite accommodation, in the form of 20 bungalows, is situated on the mainland of Principe, with the air conditioned restaurant and bar situated on the islet of Bom Bom. The best way to enjoy the spectacular beauty of Bom Bom, is to sit out on the deck of the restaurant in the evenings, and sip cocktails as you watch the sun go down. Read More
  • Patong Go Kart Speedway, Patong, Thailand

    Patong Go Kart Speedway, Patong, Thailand

    Situated on the Kathu side of Patong Hill, the Patong Go Kart Speedway is adrenalin-pumping fun for the entire family. The 750 meter long race track has a long straight start/finish section which allows for acceleration, as well a series of smooth bends and sharp curves to add to the excitement. Read More
  • Madagascar

    Madagascar

    If you are looking for a travel destination in Africa, make sure Madagascar is on your short list! The large island nation of Madagascar is situated off the east coast of Africa, in the Indian Ocean. It is the fourth largest island in the world. There are twenty two million people living on Madagascar, and Antananorivo is its capital city. The official languages spoken on the island are French and Malagasy. Read More
  • Lamu Old Town, Lamu, Kenya

    Lamu Old Town, Lamu, Kenya

    If you're planning to travel in Africa, chances are Kenya is on your "to see" list. If it is, then Lamu should certainly make the list too. Although Lamu is situated in a third world country, the Old Town of Lamu is so steeped in history that the powers-that-be came to the unanimous decision that it warranted a place on the List of World Heritage Sites. Read More
  • Bell's Beach, Australia

    Bell's Beach, Australia

      When you think about surfing in Australia, the first place that probably springs to mind is Bell's Beach. After all, this beach had a starring role in one of the most classic of all surfing movies: Point Break. It's world famous for surfing, and for the storied "fifty year storm" that the movie focused on. Read More
  • Things to do in Montezuma, Costa Rica: Visit Montezuma Falls

    Things to do in Montezuma, Costa Rica: Visit Montezuma Falls

      Montezuma Falls, considered to be the most famous in Costa Rica, isn’t one waterfall, but consists rather, of three stunningly beautiful waterfalls. To get to the first of the three falls, you start walking along the main beach road near the Hotel Amor de Mar, and continue up next to the river for about 20 minutes. This is where you will reach the tallest fall, which includes an enormous swimming hole. Read More
  • Perissa, Santorini, Greece

    Perissa, Santorini, Greece

      Greece is a destination that makes it onto many people's travel bucket lists, and Perissa is definitely one of the must see tourist hot spots in the country. It is a sea-side village with a long black (rather than white) sandy beach plenty of water-related activities, as well as a water taxi which you can take to visit the neighboring town of Kamari. The black sand is a unique experience to see, but because it absorbs the heat from the sun, is very hot to lie on. Read More
  • Vietnam Travel Guide

    Vietnam Travel Guide

      Officially known as the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, the long, thin country of Vietnam is situated in Southeast Asia. Its neighbors include Cambodia and Laos to the west and China to the north. The weather in Vietnam varies drastically from area to area, but despite these varying weather conditions, Vietnam’s tropical beaches are absolutely beautiful and extremely popular with both locals and tourists alike. Read More
  • Ghana Travel Guide

    Ghana Travel Guide

    It may not be the obvious choice for a vacation, but if you're looking for an affordable vacation in a tropical climate, with loads of interesting culture, Ghana is a great option. Ghana is in West Africa, and shares borders with Burkino Faso to the north, Togo to the east, and the Ivory Coast to the west. The word “Ghana” is derived from the Ghana Empire of ancient times, and means “Warrior King.” Read More
  • Phu Quoc, Vietnam

    Phu Quoc, Vietnam

      Although the large and spectacular tropical island is situated off the coast of Cambodia, it is actually part of, and can only be reached from, Vietnam. The island is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam, and is the place to be, if you want to taste some of the best seafood Vietnam has to offer, and is also home to the world’s best fish sauce, as well. Read More
  • Karekare, New Zealand

    Karekare, New Zealand

    The first thing that will “get you” about Karekare, is how close this beautiful, raw, stretch of natural beauty is to Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city. Karekare, which means “wild and turbulent waters” in the Maori language, is just a mere half an hour away from the center of town in Auckland. The beach, with its black sand, high cliff tops, lush natural rain forest, as well as the small Karekare stream that meanders towards the sea, is what makes this one of the most popular holiday destinations in New Zealand. Read More
  • Indonesia Travel Guide

    Indonesia Travel Guide

      Indonesia straddles the Equator between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. Although it shares borders with East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the east and Malaysia to the north, it also shares borders with Australia in the south, as well as Vietnam, Singapore, Palau, Thailand, and the Philippines to the north, and India in the northwest. It is by far the biggest country in South East Asia, and having 18,110 islands, and 6000 of those inhabited, it is also the biggest archipelago in the world. With around 240 million citizens, it is the fourth most populous country Read More
  • Things to do in Mozambique: Visit the Quirimbas Archipelago

    Things to do in Mozambique: Visit the Quirimbas Archipelago

      The Quirimbas Archipelago, situated off the coast of Mozambique, consists of 32 remote and unexplored, tropical coral islands, which are considered to be an absolute paradise for tourists. Some of the richest coral reefs in the world are found here, and the abundant array of marine life found in these waters, is simply mind-boggling! The waters around the archipelago are famous as having some of the best diving sites in the world. The vertical drop offs found here are also extraordinary, with some of them reaching exceptional depths of up to about 400 meters. Read More
  • Things to do in Palm Beach, Aruba

    Things to do in Palm Beach, Aruba

    Traveling to Aruba is a bucket list item for many people, and who can blame them? Tropical breezes, warm water and island breezes sure sound like paradise. If you are planning to include Palm Beach, Aruba, in your trip then one of the attractions that you definitely should include on your “things to do” list, is Atlantis Adventures, especially if you are traveling with small children. This is a great way for you and your family to see the amazing marine life in these tropical waters, without having to go snorkeling. Read More
  • Things to do in South Africa: Tsitsikamma Treetop Tour

    Things to do in South Africa: Tsitsikamma Treetop Tour

    Visitors to Jeffrey’s Bay, or J Bay as it is known locally, are mainly there for the awesome surfing opportunities that the ocean provides in this area. There are however, other activities here which will appeal to those who are into extreme sports, or who like activities that give them that huge adrenalin rush. If you fall into this category of visitor to Jeffrey’s Bay, then do yourself a favor and make the short trip to Storms River, and spend the day enjoying the Tsitsikama Forest Canopy Tour. The tour is perfectly safe for those aged from 7 to 70, Read More
  • Things to do in Goa, India: Visit Cow Beach

    Things to do in Goa, India: Visit Cow Beach

      Cow Beach in Goa, India, is one of the most unique beaches in the world because, when you decide to spend a day on the beach, you are sharing it with plenty of gentle, contented cows! Cows are sacred to Hindus, so they are free to come and go as they please on this beach, and despite the fact that this does not make for the most sanitary of conditions, many people are more than happy to share this space with these cows. Read More
  • Things to do in Bora Bora, Indonesia

    Things to do in Bora Bora, Indonesia

      Bora Bora is one of the most spectacular tropical island destinations in the world. If you're like most travelers, when you visit Bora Bora, you are hoping to do as little as possible aside from enjoying the beach, the crystal clear water under your stilted over water bungalow, and some tropical cocktails. If you do venture out, however, there are four top attractions in Bora Bora, all of which should be experienced at least once when you visit the island. Read More
  • Frigate Bay, St. Kitts

    Frigate Bay, St. Kitts

    St. Kitts and Nevis are the very definition of island paradise, and for travelers looking for oceanside luxury and relaxation, Frigate Bay is a must see destination. The area known as Frigate Bay actually consists of two parts namely Frigate Bay Beach South, and Frigate Bay Beach North, but both are well worth visiting. Read More
  • Nias Island, Sumatra

    Nias Island, Sumatra

    The Nias island chain, although remote, is an extremely sophisticated, great holiday destination. They have been trading with other islands, other cultures, as well as mainland Asia, since almost the beginning of time. According to some archeologists and historians, the Nias culture is one of the few Megalithic cultures that exist today. Although this point of view is debatable to many, there is little doubt that the remoteness of Nias has created a one of a kind type of culture. Read More
  • Cape Town Attractions: Llandudno

    Cape Town Attractions: Llandudno

      The city of Cape Town, South Africa, boasts many fabulous beaches. Some might even say more than it's fair share! Whether that's true or not, there's no denying that Llandudno must surely make the list of the top 10. Considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Cape Town, Llandudno and its energetic atmosphere, is hard to beat. Situated on the Atlantic Seaboard of Cape Town, it is the enormous boulders that surround the beach and Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles which stand on either side of her, giving Llandudno a look that is found nowhere Read More
  • Vilamoura, Portugal

    Vilamoura, Portugal

      If you want to have a holiday that oozes Algarve luxury, then Vilamoura, the largest private tourist resort in Portugal (and one of the most prestigious in the whole of Europe too), is the place to head for. Holiday accommodation to suit all tastes is available here, from luxurious hotels, to privately owned apartments and villas on the golf course, to a wide variety of apartments and hotels close to the marina as well. Read More
  • Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs, Wineglass Bay, Tasmania

    Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs, Wineglass Bay, Tasmania

    The entrance to Hastings Caves, which are believed to have been formed around 40 million years ago, was first discovered by timber workers. The cave, which occurs in dolomite instead of limestone, is the largest in Australia, and is run by the Parks and Wildlife Service, who offer daily tours through the large cavern, each lasting 45 minutes. Read More
  • Mustique, St Vincent and the Grenadines

    Mustique, St Vincent and the Grenadines

      The privately owned island of Mustique, part of the group of islands which make up St Vincent and Grenadines, is absolutely breathtaking to say the least. The stunning beaches, spectacularly beautiful, privately owned accommodations, and magnificent scenery, will give you the impression that you are in paradise. Only the rich and famous, movie stars and exceptionally wealthy can afford to holiday here. Read More
  • Things to do in Rhodes, Greece: Valley of the Butterflies

    Things to do in Rhodes, Greece: Valley of the Butterflies

      When you think of Greece, butterflies probably aren't the first thing you think of, but that's exactly what you will find in the The Valley of Butterflies, a unique, natural reserve, is situated about 27 km from Rhodes City, on the western side of Rhodes Island. This lush green valley, with its abundance of butterflies during spring and autumn, has become a popular attraction for thousands of tourists from all over the world. Read More
  • Salema, Portugal

    Salema, Portugal

      Salema is a small fishing town situated between Lagos and Sagres, in the Algarve. It has a beautiful, isolated beach, and although the town does not have all the attractions and amenities that other bigger holiday destinations provide, it is the perfect place to get away from the grind of everyday life. Several fishermen live on Rua de Pescadores, the main road of this small and secluded fishing village, and still today, just as they have done for many years, moor their boats on the beach, and cast their nets every day. Read More
  • Watamu, Kenya

    Watamu, Kenya

      The small village of Watamu, situated on the coast of Kenya in Africa, is home to the Watamu National Marine Park, considered to be one of the best dive and snorkelling spots in the world. The beautiful white sandy beach, protected by coral reefs, boasts more than 600 different species of fish including graceful Manta Rays, and majestic whale sharks. Read More
  • Cape St Vincent, Salema, Portugal

    Cape St Vincent, Salema, Portugal

    It's no big secret that Portugal is one of Europe's top travel destinations. The landscapes, culture, food and history are an unmissable combination! If your travels do take you to Salema, try to take a day off from the beach in and visit the popular Cape St Vincent or Cabo de Sao Vicente, the most southwestern point of Europe, where not only the views will amaze you, but also the interesting history of the area as well. Read More
  • Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York

    Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York

    Traveling to New York is a dream for millions of people, and when it comes to iconic attractions in the Big Apple, there are few that come close to Coney Island. Adults and children alike have loved this historic theme park for well over a century, and its a must do if you're visiting the "city so nice they named it twice." Read More
  • Urca, Brazil

    Urca, Brazil

    Travel to Brazil is a dream for many people, and of course, while you're there, you have to see Rio. While you're there, make sure that you visit Urca. With so many activities and attractions in and around Urca, it’s a good idea to plan your trip well in advance, and one of the items on your “to do” list, should definitely include a trip to Sugar Loaf Mountain. Read More
  • Things to do in New York: Ellis Island

    Things to do in New York: Ellis Island

    If you are traveling to New York, and enjoy visiting historic sites, then a trip to Ellis Island is an absolute must do. Open to the public since 1990, the Ellis Island Museum forms part of the Statue of Liberty, and is visited by thousands of tourists every year, from all over the world. Archives, recordings, films, and many photos of the 12 million immigrants who came to the US via the Hudson River in New York Harbor are featured here. Almost 100 million US citizens today, are able to trace their immigration roots back to Ellis Island. Read More
  • Cecina, Italy

    Cecina, Italy

      Cecina is situated in the Province of Livorno, in the Tuscany region of Italy. It started out as a settlement during Roman times, with the modern town of Cecina being founded in 1852, which was unfortunately, completely destroyed during WW II. The rebuilding of Cecina started in the 1960s, and it has developed over the years into the popular resort it is today. Countless Italian and foreign tourists choose Cecina as their holiday destination year after year, for its stunning beaches, and crystal clear, calm waters. In fact, Cecina has, since 2006, been awarded with the high-status Bandiera Blu Read More
  • Durness, Scotland

    Durness, Scotland

      The thriving town of Durness, situated on the far north westerly part of the British mainland, has a dramatic, rocky coastline, beautiful scenery, turquoise waters edged with unspoiled beaches, an abundance of wildlife, and wide open spaces, making it the perfect place to get away from the rat race of today’s modern world. Read More
  • Paje, Tanzania

    Paje, Tanzania

    The small, sleepy fishing village of Paje is situated on a beautiful beach on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania. The local people spend their days working by collecting seaweed, making coconut-fiber ropes, or building and fixing boats/dhows. Many of them also earn money from having their photos taken, so if you want to take photographs, ask their permission first, and pay them for their efforts afterwards. Read More
  • Mozambique Travel Guide

    Mozambique Travel Guide

    Mozambique is a country situated on the Indian Ocean coast of Southern Africa, and is bordered by Tanzania to the north, South Africa to the south, and shares inland borders with Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Zambia, and Malawi. With a coastline of more than 1,000km long, Mozambique is an absolute paradise for beach lovers, fishermen, sailors, and scuba divers. Read More
  • What Is Reverse Bidding Anyway?

    What Is Reverse Bidding Anyway?

    When most people think of travel websites, they think of the ones they use every day. You punch in a city or destination, wait for the available options to pop up, and choose the one that best suits your needs. It's pretty much a case of "take it or leave it" and if there's nothing available in your price range, you have two options: take it, or leave it. Read More
  • Tenerife, Canary Islands

    Tenerife, Canary Islands

    Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, is an extremely popular holiday destination for thousands and thousands of visitors every year, especially those from Britain and Germany, with the Spaniards favoring Easter time. It is the fantastic night life and dazzling beaches that draw the crowds year after year, as well as the lush green forests, the striking flora and fauna, the mountains, deserts, and volcanoes, and the magnificent coastline. Read More
  • Kilkee, Ireland

    Kilkee, Ireland

      The beautiful little resort town of Kilkee, which has been visited by tourists for the past 200 years, is situated on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, on the west coast of Clare. Kilkee is known as the gateway to Loophead Peninsula, and although it only has a population of around 1,300 people, it is one of the most important holiday destinations in the area, and caters for everyone, young and old. Read More
  • Weh Island, Indonesia

    Weh Island, Indonesia

      Weh Island or Sabang as it is referred to locally, is situated on the tip of Sumatra, and is most famous for its diving and snorkeling. Weh Island, or Pulau Weh as the tourists call it, is the perfect holiday destination to get away from it all, and unwind totally. It's full of the sorts of experiences that you imagine finding in Southern Asia, from the food to the culture, to the natural beauty. Read More
  • Mauritania Travel Guide

    Mauritania Travel Guide

      Mauritania, geographically part of the Maghreb, is a country situated in northwest Africa, and shares borders with the disputed territory of Western Sahara, as well as Senegal, Mali, and Algeria. The main attractions for most visitors, is the ocean in Banc d'Arguin, a natural reserve protected by UNESCO, where dunes end in the sea, and millions of birds call home, as well as the desert in the Tagant and Adrar regions. Read More
  • Ko Samui, Thailand

    Ko Samui, Thailand

      Ko Samui is an island situated in the gulf of Thailand. It is about 700km south of Bangkok and 80km from the coastline of Southern Thailand. Ko Samui is a rather large island in comparison to other islands and it happens to be the third largest in Thailand. There are a number of beaches that are popular with tourists and the some 40,000 locals. About 90% of the people that live on the island are Buddhist. Read More
  • York, Maine

    York, Maine

    The town of York is situated on the southern coast of Maine, and includes the villages of York harbor, Cape Neddick, and York Beach. There is a variety of accommodation available in York, including hotels, inns, B&Bs, guesthouses, rental cottages, motels, as well as camping facilities. There is a nice variety of eateries in the town as well, and some shopping opportunities where you can buy all sorts of things, including saltwater taffy, which has been made in the same shop for the past 100 years! Read More
  • Big Game Fishing, Bom Bom Island, Principe

    Big Game Fishing, Bom Bom Island, Principe

    When it comes to travel in Africa, it's the islands off the main coastline that are the really big draw, and Sao Tome and Principe are no different. The island of Bom Bom is off the coast of Principe, and it truly is an island paradise! However, it may be a surprise at first that many of the visitors are attracted by what's just off the coast. Specifically: fantastic fishing! Read More
  • Robben Island, Blouberg, South Africa

    Robben Island, Blouberg, South Africa

      Robben Island is a must-visit during your stay in Blouberg, South Africa. Situated about 5.5 miles/9km off the shores of Cape Town, Robben Island, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country, was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999. Through the centuries, the island has been used as a hospital, a prison, a military base, and a mental institution. Read More
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Madagascar

If you are looking for a travel destination in Africa, make sure Madagascar is on your short list! The large island nation of Madagascar is situated off the east coast of Africa, in the Indian Ocean. It is the fourth largest island in the world. There are twenty two million people living on Madagascar, and Antananorivo is its capital city. The official languages spoken on the island are French and Malagasy.

Big Game Fishing, Bom Bom Island, Principe

When it comes to travel in Africa, it's the islands off the main coastline that are the really big draw, and Sao Tome and Principe are no different. The island of Bom Bom is off the coast of Principe, and it truly is an island paradise! However, it may be a surprise at first that many of the visitors are attracted by what's just off the coast. Specifically: fantastic fishing!

Egypt Travel Guide

Egypt, officially known as the Arab Republic of Egypt, is situated in the north eastern region of Africa. Cairo is the largest city in the country, and also the capital of Egypt. Libya, Israel, Sudan, and the Gaza Strip share borders with Egypt. The Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea are along the coastlines of the country.

When most people think of travel websites, they think of the ones they use every day. You punch in a city or destination, wait for the available options to pop up, and choose the one that best suits your needs. It's pretty much a case of "take it or leave it" and if there's nothing available in your price range, you have two options: take it, or leave it.

Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York

Traveling to New York is a dream for millions of people, and when it comes to iconic attractions in the Big Apple, there are few that come close to Coney Island. Adults and children alike have loved this historic theme park for well over a century, and its a must do if you're visiting the "city so nice they named it twice."

Cape St Vincent, Salema, Portugal

It's no big secret that Portugal is one of Europe's top travel destinations. The landscapes, culture, food and history are an unmissable combination! If your travels do take you to Salema, try to take a day off from the beach in and visit the popular Cape St Vincent or Cabo de Sao Vicente, the most southwestern point of Europe, where not only the views will amaze you, but also the interesting history of the area as well.

Tenerife, Canary Islands

Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, is an extremely popular holiday destination for thousands and thousands of visitors every year, especially those from Britain and Germany, with the Spaniards favoring Easter time. It is the fantastic night life and dazzling beaches that draw the crowds year after year, as well as the lush green forests, the striking flora and fauna, the mountains, deserts, and volcanoes, and the magnificent coastline.

Things to do in New York: Ellis Island

If you are traveling to New York, and enjoy visiting historic sites, then a trip to Ellis Island is an absolute must do. Open to the public since 1990, the Ellis Island Museum forms part of the Statue of Liberty, and is visited by thousands of tourists every year, from all over the world. Archives, recordings, films, and many photos of the 12 million immigrants who came to the US via the Hudson River in New York Harbor are featured here. Almost 100 million US citizens today, are able to trace their immigration roots back to Ellis Island.

Things to do in Palm Beach, Aruba

Traveling to Aruba is a bucket list item for many people, and who can blame them? Tropical breezes, warm water and island breezes sure sound like paradise.

If you are planning to include Palm Beach, Aruba, in your trip then one of the attractions that you definitely should include on your “things to do” list, is Atlantis Adventures, especially if you are traveling with small children. This is a great way for you and your family to see the amazing marine life in these tropical waters, without having to go snorkeling.

Karekare, New Zealand

The first thing that will “get you” about Karekare, is how close this beautiful, raw, stretch of natural beauty is to Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city. Karekare, which means “wild and turbulent waters” in the Maori language, is just a mere half an hour away from the center of town in Auckland. The beach, with its black sand, high cliff tops, lush natural rain forest, as well as the small Karekare stream that meanders towards the sea, is what makes this one of the most popular holiday destinations in New Zealand.

Urca, Brazil

Travel to Brazil is a dream for many people, and of course, while you're there, you have to see Rio. While you're there, make sure that you visit Urca. With so many activities and attractions in and around Urca, it’s a good idea to plan your trip well in advance, and one of the items on your “to do” list, should definitely include a trip to Sugar Loaf Mountain.

Zanzibar

Zanzibar is a semi-independent archipelago, situated off the coastline of Tanzania. It consists of Zanzibar Island, and a number of other smaller islands. Zanzibar Island, at about 90km long and 30km wide, is the largest island in the archipelago. The world’s shortest war took place here in 1896, when Zanzibar surrendered to Britain after just 38 minutes of bombardment from the British navy.

Lamu Old Town, Lamu, Kenya

If you're planning to travel in Africa, chances are Kenya is on your "to see" list. If it is, then Lamu should certainly make the list too. Although Lamu is situated in a third world country, the Old Town of Lamu is so steeped in history that the powers-that-be came to the unanimous decision that it warranted a place on the List of World Heritage Sites.

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