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Getting Lost in a Jungle in Costa Rica

February 21st, 2018

Getting Lost in a Jungle in Costa Rica“Let’s go hiking,” I said one early morning at breakfast. “OK, we’ll go after lunch,” said Gloria and Lena. Gloria was a thirty-something olive skinned Spanish woman and her friend Lena, a short Latino with jet black hair from Chicago. Both were the only native Spanish speakers on […]


When is the best time to visit Belize

April 20th, 2018

When is the best time to visit Belize Best Time To Travel To Belize Unlike temperature countries farther north like Canada and the United States, there are no change of seasons in Belize. The weather is warm and sunny all year round. The only seasonal variations are denoted in terms of the amount of rainfall, […]


European chocolate trip

April 18th, 2018

European chocolate tripEurope is home to some of the most innovative chocolate makers in the world, making it a dream destination for chocolate lovers. From Belgian pralines to French macarons, passion for chocolate can be found all over the continent. If you find yourself craving chocolate on a level your hometown just can’t satisfy, take […]


5 Incredibly Transformative Travel Experiences

April 18th, 2018

5 Incredibly Transformative Travel ExperiencesWe travel for many reasons—to take a break from the daily routine, to explore new places, to partake in adventures. We come home with memories, photographs, perhaps a souvenir or two. But every so often, a trip comes around that changes us, tweaking our perspective on the world, maybe even setting […]


7 outdoor adventures in Louisiana

April 17th, 2018

7 outdoor adventures in LouisianaLouisiana is a state where you can spot gators in swamps, catch crawfish in bayous, and reel in speckled trout or redfish from the Gulf of Mexico. It’s a state where you can hang out in a jungle garden, chill in houseboats that have their own hot tubs and wet bars, […]


CNBC: Belize a Great Alternative to Mexico and Caribbean Destinations

April 16th, 2018

CNBC: Belize a Great Alternative to Mexico and Caribbean Destinations Once an isolated backwater that was difficult to reach, in recent years, Belize has emerged as one of the top destinations for American travelers seeking an alternative to overcrowded vacation spots in Mexico and across the Caribbean. In a recent article published by CNBC, Belize […]


Where to see big cats

April 13th, 2018

Where to see big catsFrom the enormous Siberian tiger to the slight, tree-dwelling clouded leopard, the big-cat family represents some of the most majestic animals on Earth. It is the combination of their feline grace and their killer instinct that makes the big cats so irresistible. There are seven members in the big-cat family: lion, […]


Best hidden diving in Southeast Asia

April 12th, 2018

Best hidden diving in Southeast AsiaHome to the Coral Triangle, sometimes known as the “Amazon of the Seas” thanks to its incredible biodiversity, Southeast Asia has attracted SCUBA fanatics by the boatload for decades. The region has many world-renowned dive destinations within its borders, so it’s little wonder that some of Southeast Asia’s best-known dive […]


Pathfinders: top posts from March 2018

April 12th, 2018

Pathfinders: top posts from March 2018This month’s top Pathfinder posts includes a photo essay that scratches beneath the surface of the Jordanian capital © Tom Mackie / Lonely Planet Spring is traditionally a time of new beginnings, and this March our Pathfinders have helped bring to life a number of enriching travel experiences for our […]


A Day Out at the Barcelona Zoo

April 12th, 2018

A Day Out at the Barcelona ZooThe Barcelona Zoo is one of the prime attractions of the city loved by kids and adults alike. It is one of the oldest zoos in the world and has been flocking with visitors since 1892. A legendary part of Barcelona and ranked amongst the top zoos in the […]


Xunantunich Mayan Ruins

April 11th, 2018

Xunantunich Mayan Ruins Xunantunich Mayan Ruins in Belize Pronounced shoo-na-too-nitch by most people, this ancient Maya site is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Belize. With an interactive museum on site, visitors can learn about this majestic city that was once a luxury residence for Maya elites. Today, visitors approach the site by […]


Dubai’s Indoor Tropical Forest – The Green Planet

April 10th, 2018

Dubai’s Indoor Tropical Forest – The Green PlanetDubai is an extraordinary city; the desert oasis literally has flowers blooming in its Miracle Garden and even snow in its Ski World. Just when you thought you had seen all the amusement parks and extravagant spaces in Dubai, here comes the Green Planet to stun you! There […]


You Better Belize This Will Be Your Favorite Beach Vacation For Summer

April 9th, 2018

You Better Belize This Will Be Your Favorite Beach Vacation For Summer It only takes 30 minutes to fly from Belize City to Placencia, a charming fishing community located on the country’s southern coast. Just half a mile wide, the Placencia Peninsula is a 16-mile long stretch of golden sands sandwiched between the Caribbean Sea […]


Just back from: Madagascar

April 9th, 2018

Just back from: MadagascarNewly-weds Ellie and Josh enjoy some downtime on the beach © Ellie Simpson Ellie Simpson, Traveller Communications Analyst at Lonely Planet, recently returned from a trip to Madagascar. Tell us more… My husband and I spent an epic three weeks on our honeymoon in Madagascar, complete with some of the most extraordinary animal […]


Best Broadway Shows in New York 2018

April 8th, 2018

Best Broadway Shows in New York 2018Planning a Broadway date? Our best Broadway shows collection has all the top shows across different categories like classics, kid-friendly shows, play and more. Get the best seats by planning your Broadway trip in advance! Even if you’re a resident New Yorker, this round-up is all you need to […]


Travel UK to Aus without flying

April 5th, 2018

Travel UK to Aus without flyingPlane travel sucks. Yes, it’s convenient to get anywhere in the world in the span of hours, but everything else — the security, the food, the uncomfortable seats, the grumpy passengers, the overworked staff, the diseases in the air, the fact that we’re somehow more prone to crying while flying […]


JW Marriott plans Maldives debut

April 5th, 2018

JW Marriott plans Maldives debutThe resort will be the first for the brand in the Indian Ocean region and will include a treetop restaurant … read moreSource: www.ttgmedia.com/Syndication/DF.cfm?f=15&ft=10&preview=1Published on 2018-04-05


20 Best Places To Vacation In Florida—Where To Stay In The Sunshine State

April 3rd, 2018

20 Best Places To Vacation In Florida—Where To Stay In The Sunshine StateSunny, spectacular, and action-packed, this list of best places to vacation in Florida has it all. With natural beauty like the Gulf of Mexico on one side, the Atlantic on the other, and the incredible Everglades inland, it’s no wonder America’s south-easternmost state […]


SANDOS HOTELS & RESORTS — UP TO $150 INSTANT SAVINGS

April 3rd, 2018

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Where to see internet’s fave animals

April 2nd, 2018

Where to see internet’s fave animalsAnimals have given us so much. Wolves guarded our encampments in exchange for scraps, eventually giving us the gift of dogs. Birds warned us about oncoming natural disasters. And most recently, wildlife around the planet have given us unreasonable amounts of joy by starring in endless photos and videos online, […]


 

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