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Blog / 15.10.2020

You may think, why even bother yourself with planning trips, booking hotels, and trying to understand the weather in the chosen country in the era of the Internet, when all of these can be reached out on the screen of your smartphone? You can read anything you want, look at the photos, talk to people who have visited some places, but you will not be able to realize the impact of traveling on our lives until you fully immerse yourself in it. Expanding Your Comfort Zone Going for a trip is...

Blog / 15.10.2020

Trek to Everest base camp, the base camp of the world's highest mountain- Everest (8848m) is obviously a trip of a lifetime,  Everest Base Camp Trek sounds like an adventure and yes it is, this trek is physically tough in terms of the weather and climate matters but the view is spectacular. it might be harder than what you have been expecting on this journey if you are beginners or non-hikers before but that doesn't mean you can not do this trek, it is not an impossible adventure trek...

Blog / 07.10.2020

I never flew on a plane until I was 20 years old. And the first time I went away, I was so full of hope and expectation that I kind of blew things out of proportion. I was expecting non-stop fast fun, with choice and temptation around every corner. What actually came to light was a dusty path to a half filled hotel and not much in the way of entertainment for at least a 30 minute walk in any direction (and even then, we’re talking tame family...

Blog, Travel Tips / 07.10.2020

The world is changing fast, and the tiny pockets of unspoilt natural beauty are fast disappearing, with animal species on the extinction list, lost and never to be seen again. If you have yet to observe the Big 5 in their natural habitat, now is the perfect time to book your next year’s holiday with a luxury African safari. However, there are so many countries in the African continent. We thought you’d like some pointers regarding the best location, with specific up-to-date information on the premier safari venues. Tanzania Officially...

Blog / 30.09.2020

Meta description: Here is a guide to make you well acquainted with Florence. Among the numerous things up for exploration, discover the culture, scenery, art, love, fashion, and design of this magnificent town.  Named as the most beautiful city on earth, Florence has lived up to its name. Filled with romantic cobblestone streets, classic art and unique architecture, Florence will fulfill your travel dreams one at a time. Take a journey into history at every turn in this magical outlet. Home to the famous "David" by Michelangelo, travellers paint the...

Blog / 29.09.2020

Welcome to the City The Never Sleeps! Since it was first founded and named by the Dutch in 1664, New York has been a special place. During the Revolution, General Washington directed the War for Independence from what is today, the Washington Heights neighborhood. In the early 19th century, the city was driven by the rise of manufacturing and its thriving port. In the late 19th century, New York's growth, and the growth of America came from its role as the entryway for immigrants into the United States.  Today, from...

Blog / 29.09.2020

Organising a trip can be a real challenge, especially when you travel with your family. You may never find a perfect option that would work for all your family members. However, there is a way to combine adventure and luxury. One word: motorhome. During your motorhome travel, you can visit many places, make as many stops on the way as you want, rest properly, and spend quality time with your loved ones.  If it sounds like something you'd enjoy, learn more about an RV lifestyle. Some travellers love their houses...

Blog / 25.09.2020

Flying can be stressful, considering the possibilities of delays, check-in queues, and canceled flights. The stress can be dangerous for persons suffering from hypertension, as it can cause unpredictable spikes in blood pressure, making them unable to travel or dangerously sick during a flight. The following are tips to make flying easy and safe for people with high blood pressure. Consult a Physician Before Travelling Before you make any travel plans, consult a physician for a check-up and make sure to refill your prescription too. The physician is in the...

Blog / 17.09.2020

For many people, camping close to nature with their family or friends sounds like a great pastime. If you’re a real outdoor enthusiast, you may be into long-distance trips or even challenging mountaineering expeditions. Regardless of your preferences, there’s no talking about an adventure without proper equipment.  If you’re only getting into camping and all things attached or you’re a seasoned camper, but you need to buy a new tent, this article will help you make your decision. You’ll learn which factors you should take into consideration before deciding...

Blog / 15.09.2020

Traveling is an enriching experience and something that everyone should try at least once. It doesn’t have to be an around the world experience to give you a fantastic adventure either, as some destinations close to home tick all the right boxes. However, there is one thing that often puts a stop on plans, and that’s how to finance your trip. There are a few ways to get cash together to make it a reality.  Check out some of the top ways to fund your travels below: Sell stuff We often...