Now that Halloween has come to an end, and you have some time before the festival rush begins again, it’s the ideal time for you to plan a new vacation! November is an exciting month- it offers winter wonderlands, and welcome sunny adventures. It’s about great escapades, minus the teeming crowds, and far cheaper destinations as well. Want to travel with your children and make it a family affair?
The Amazon has caught the collective imagination of people for the longest time. It has inspired explorers, discoverers, biologists, anthropologists, marine scientists, authors, artists, and countless other people. It is a diverse area, rich in biodiversity and in culture. While most people go to Brazil to explore the Amazon, Peru offers a quieter alternative route. You can experience the beautiful rainforest by foot or through the river.
Christmas is one of the cheeriest festivals of the entire year. Not only do you get to celebrate time with your family and loved ones, but you also get to enjoy some of the finest foods and drinks. It’s a time to rejoice and celebrate life, and it is always better to do so in a large crowd!
If you mention the word “Peru” to a person, the first image that comes to their mind is going to be of Machu Picchu. Rightfully so: the Machu Picchu ruins are a sight to behold, and was the Holy Grail of numerous Spanish explorers trying to chart the area. It’s a destination that deserves all the hype and sensation, for sure, but those are not the only ruins Peru has to offer.
Peru has been attracting millions of visitors and tourists for years. After all, the country does have a lot to offer. It is a hiker’s dream, and the adventure of a lifetime for history buffs. However, there is one portion of the beautiful Andes that is much less explored- the Central Andes.
There’s magic in the air- and the sound of laughter and music fills us with joy! A thick, beautiful blanket of snow covers the entire city, lulling it to sleep, making everybody crave a steaming cup of hot chocolate. Winters are amazing for those who wish to reconnect with their loved ones, and spend some quality time with family over Christmas break.
With 2017 just around the corner, we decided to share some of the most expensive travel destinations around the world with you. As expected, the list contains traditional heavyweights such as New York City, Singapore and Dubai, but you’d be surprised to know that some South American and African destinations leave many European tourist magnets behind in terms of the amount of money they make you spend.
Want to go to the perfect place to enjoy exciting adventures? Looking for varied landscapes so that you can partake in all the different kinds of adventure that each landscape has to offer? Then head on over to the continent of South America.
Traveling alone sounds boring, but wait till you’ve had your first solo trip. Chances are you’ll realize that traveling solo is the best way to travel. The entire point of visiting a place is discovering unfamiliar surroundings and embarking on experiences that expose you to different cultures, allowing you to meet and interact with different kinds of people.
The all-white style trend might be ruling the runways, but neutrals surely seem to be on their way out in the travel world. Fall certainly has its way of adding color to your life. Despite being a season where birds, animals, and even trees, spend most of their time preparing for the gloomy winter days, fall still ends up being incredibly beautiful, presenting a spectrum of colors that lift your spirits.