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How Much Should I Tip for a Fishing Charter?

Choosing between the many activities that can be experienced on vacation can be tricky. There are only so many free days and time that must be divided seeing the local tourist attractions, dining out and spending time with the family. Destinations that are close to the water have even more opportunities available for visitors that want to take part in a fishing charter, seeing fish and wildlife [Continue Reading]

Lanzarote - The Canary's Fire Island

The Canary Islands are a hugely popular holiday destination for tourists from the UK, primarily because they are just about the only place in the EU where year round sunshine is pretty much guaranteed.  Lanzarote enjoys thousands of British holidaymakers' every year – drawn not only by the fantastic weather and the great beach resorts, but also by the low tax shopping, and the island's [Continue Reading]

Tranquil Temples and Gorgeous Gardens of Kyoto

Japan’s capital for over one thousand years, it’s not surprising that Kyoto still bears a close resemblance to its past glory. The city has many UNESCO world heritage sites which alone are enough to warrant a visit. It also boasts a still-working Geisha district, some of the country’s most fantastic cuisine, and all the Zen you could hope for. Kinkaku-Ji The most iconic of [Continue Reading]

Temples, Trekking And Curry : Three Secrets Of Chang Mai

Thailand’s second largest city couldn’t be more different from its first, mystical temples, bustling street markets and an abundance of lush greenery inhabit this fort-walled city, along with some of Thailand’s friendliest residents, and a few elephants. While away the morning paying homage to Buddha in the cities sacred temples, spend the night drinking Samsong in the hills with [Continue Reading]

A Fairy Tale Cruise to the Blue Lagoon of Comino

Malta, Gozo and Comino are like a cluster of glittering gems embedded in the perfect setting. This Mediterranean archipelago has provided countless visitors with the tools to shrug off the stresses of their every-day lives, and enjoy nature at her best. It doesn’t hurt that parts of the region are only accessible by boat, and the ideal way to reach them is on board a Turkish Gullet boat [Continue Reading]

Explore the Rich Wine Region of Tuscany

One of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, Tuscany, is appreciated for its stunning landscapes, deep traditions, significant history, cuisine and wine. The region is considered to be the origin of the Italian Renaissance and is particularly notable for having been the home of the Medici family. The best way to see all the region has to offer is by renting one of the many beautiful [Continue Reading]

Backpacking From UK To Greece

Backpacking from the UK to Greece can be a great experience, but takes some forward planning. One of the best ways to tackle the route is to cross from the UK to France, before making your way through Germany and Austria, and into Eastern Europe’s Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Taking this route allows you to see a big chunk of Western and Eastern Europe en route to Greece, and can take [Continue Reading]

Why Should You Visit Crete's Samaria Gorge?

This article looks at Samaria Gorge, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the whole of Crete, and why you should visit there during a holiday to the island. Samaria Gorge Samaria Gorge itself is the central part of the White Mountains national park, although it is usually referred to and is known as the Samaria national park. Not only is the gorge a gruelling 16km hike, it is also [Continue Reading]

Knowing All about The Holy Piligrimage of Saint James

Pilgrimages consist of devout practitioners of the faith going on a long journey to seek out spiritual peace and fulfillment.  As cliché as it may sound, it’s a path that is less likely to be traveled by very many people.  These individuals would rather stick to their usual routines of going out on the weekends, partying with their friends or going on a vacation to [Continue Reading]

What Animals can you see on a Kakadu Tour?

Kakadu National Park is located in the Northern Territory of Australia and is about 170km southeast of Darwin. The park was officially designated in 1978 and covers an area of 19,804km² stretching around 200km from north to south and about 100km from east to west. The name is actually a mispronunciation of the Aboriginal word “Gaagudju”. The area is very diverse in wildlife with [Continue Reading]