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My travel tech: The best camera, phone, and accessories for travel | Travel Photography

by Oneika @ Oneika the Traveller

A guide to all the tech I use for travel photography, plus what I consider the best camera for travel. As someone makes their living producing travel content, I’m very interested and invested in my travel photography.  And it would appear that many of my followers, even if they don’t work in the travel industry, feel the same way!  At least once a day I get one of the following questions the tech I use for my travel photography: Which camera do you use for travel/ What’s the best travel camera? Which phone do you use to take your pictures? Which apps do you use to edit your travel photos? I want to get serious about travel photography. What other equipment do you suggest? La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, is the highest administrative capital in the world, at 11,500 feet above sea level. But, as it turns out, the high altitude/lack of oxygen isn't the only thing that'll take your breath away. Check out this view! Many travellers don't make it to Bolivia on their South America trips, but the beautiful scenery is just one reason to add this underrated country to your list. I spent 2.5 weeks here […]

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14 Day Vietnam Adventure - Tripwire Tours

14 Day Vietnam Adventure - Tripwire Tours


Tripwire Tours

  It’s one of the world’s most exciting backpacker destinations known for being a bit mysterious and surprisingly magical. There’s a deep colorful cultural heritage, rich in history with mesmerizing scenery at every turn that is utterly captivating. This is Vietnam. Your 14-day group adventure tour spans across Vietnam from the mountainous northern region all theRead more

Seychelles Island Hopping holiday

by Nicole Poupard @ iGO Travel Holidays

Seychelles Island Hopping holiday My fiancé, Rob and I recently travelled to Seychelles, evidenced by our tans and rejuvenated spirits. Our trip started with a flight on Air Seychelles to Mahe, Seychelles.  On our flight we were met with warm...

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Busabout soon to be driving through south-east Asia

Busabout soon to be driving through south-east Asia


Traveller

Travelling hop-on, hop-off busses are set to take Thailand and more

Scotland / 2 weeks / Fodors guidebook itinerary / with 6 y.o. child

by RaymondLuxuryYacht @ Fodor's Forum

We're looking at a two-week trip to Scotland (last week of May+first week of June), flying in/out of GLA. We are using the "Great Itineraries"...

Trip Report Top 8 Things to See, Eat, & Do in Hanoi

by knycx_journeying @ Fodor's Forum

Vietnam retained a unique mix of Chinese and French and these characters were reflected in their food, lifestyle, and architecture. So, here I...

Worldwide Travelers: Enter the #TravelEnjoyRespect competition to win a sustainable tourism adventure, from Madrid to Geneva

by Tiffany Owens @ Modern-Day Nomads

Are you over 18? Are you a responsible traveler? Do you like sharing your experiences with the world?
And most importantly: Can you be human example of the virtues of the Travel.Enjoy.Respect campaign?
If you answer YES to all of the above questions, then this #TravelEnjoyRespect competition ...

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Simply Italy Contiki Tour

by Nicole Poupard @ Coach holidays – iGO Travel Holidays

Simply Italy Contiki Tour 12-days floating around Italy – now there’s an idea! Learn to make pizza, watch the intricate art of Italian leather, & enjoy Chianti & antipasto at a 16th century Tuscan winery. Rome, Florence, Milan, Venice and...

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La Tomatina Tours: Busabout Europe - Straight On Detour

La Tomatina Tours: Busabout Europe - Straight On Detour


Straight On Detour

La Tomatina Tours don't get better than Busabouts weekend tomato-based getaway.

Germany: Why Berlin is Crazy, Sexy, and Cool

by Oneika @ Oneika the Traveller

A short video showing my Germany’s capital city of Berlin is crazy, sexy, and cool. If you’ve followed this blog for any amount of time you’ll know that I have a personal connection to Berlin, Germany’s capital: it was where my dear husband Liebling was born and bred. And his family and the vast majority of his friends still live there, I find myself in the city a least two or three times a year. Naturally I’ve written skads of posts detailing experiences in the city (read them here); frequent visits have borne a familiarity and affinity for it.  However, given the context under which I usually visit Berlin, I often don’t get to see it through a tourist lens.  For this reason, I was super happy to go back on assignment for the German National Tourist Office. Berlin is a bastion of history. Rich in museums and important landmarks, most visitors go there to have their mind stimulated, as well as to understand more about the human condition and the war/wall that divided not only a nation, but the whole world. However, Berlin isn’t only its past.  A hub that is as engaging culturally in the present day as it […]

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Protected: Announcing Group Tours: Take a TrovaTrip with Me to Italy and Portugal!

by Gloria Atanmo @ The Blog Abroad

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Contiki Tours Reviews: The Good and Bad of Traveling Europe With Contiki

Contiki Tours Reviews: The Good and Bad of Traveling Europe With Contiki


Guide To Backpacking Through Europe | The Savvy Backpacker

Review of Contiki Tours: An honest look at the good and bad aspects of an European Contiki Tour

Stray Asia: Southeast Asia Backpacker Tours.

Stray Asia: Southeast Asia Backpacker Tours.


Stray Asia - Stray Asia

Stray Asia's Backpacking Tours and flexible Hop-on Hop-off Bus Passes in Southeast Asia cover Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.

Backpacking Budget for Southeast Asia: less than USD 750 spent (Month #1)

by Melissa Giroux @ A Broken Backpack

How much does it really cost to travel in Southeast Asia? Is it possible to do it very cheap? How much does it cost to move there?   We tend to think that life in Asia is super cheap… until we start craving western food, luxury, comfort and too many trips to the 7/11. I’ve […]

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Namibia

Namibia

by Gypsea Lust @ Gypsea Lust

During late October we were invited out to Namibia with Land Rover to try out one of their Experience driving tours, what an incredible opportunity and diverse itinerary! Check out the trip details here, we did the south tour. We flew in from Cape Town to Windhoek with Air Namibia which we booked with Skyscanner […]

Hanoi travel Bus - About Us - Hanoi Travel Bus

Hanoi travel Bus - About Us - Hanoi Travel Bus


Hanoi Travel Bus

Ha Noi Travel Bus has provided a wide range of transportation services including: airport transportation, travel transportation - from luxury to budget.

European Horizon Contiki Tour

by Nicole Poupard @ Coach holidays – iGO Travel Holidays

European Horizon Contiki Tour Start the clock: you have 7 countries to see in one trip. It can be done! And with 6 World Heritage Sites, snails & champagne in Paris, a chalet in the Swiss Alps & a private...

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European Magic Contiki Tour

by Nicole Poupard @ Coach holidays – iGO Travel Holidays

European Magic Contiki Tour European Magic takes the tried & tested favourite destinations of travellers through Europe and packs them into 1 awesome itinerary. 7 countries in just over a week. The beauty of this trip is seeing so much in...

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Discovering Scandinavia and the Baltics with Busabout - Oneika the Traveller

Discovering Scandinavia and the Baltics with Busabout - Oneika the Traveller


Oneika the Traveller

As someone who travels often and extensively, I’m used to planning all of my own trips.  From scanning airfares, to sourcing accommodation, to plotting itineraries, my adventures abroad are always organized and executed by yours truly. While this is fun, it can often be stressful; I spend hours upon hours scouring all available resources in an attempt to craft the perfect getaway.  For this reason, then, I was delighted when Busabout came into my life. Itching to travel more through Europe, I partnered with them this past summer on their Scandi-Baltic adventure, a fully-planned 8-day trip through five northern European capitals. It was right up my alley: all the fun of international travel devoid of the tediousness of preamble and planning! I’ll be writing more over the coming weeks about my exploits with Busabout, but what follows now is my review of the trip.   Trip Details The Scandi-Baltic has a jam-packed, air-tight itinerary that takes the traveller through five countries in 8 days. The tour brings you to the gorgeous less-touristed Baltic cities of Vilnius, Riga, and Tallinn (the capital cities of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, respectively), as well as to the more recognizable Scandi capitals Stockholm and Helsinki. …

Trip Report Choquequirao Trek an amazing tour

by juangonzalesss1234 @ Fodor's Forum

Hi all, a week ago I did choquequirao trek and was fantastic, see the animals on the road and the plants around the mountains was incredible. All...

How to take the perfect Cliffs of Moher trip from Galway

by Rose @ Where Goes Rose?

Galway is surrounded by beautiful countryside which is easy to visit during even a short trip. If you’re staying two days or more you’ll have plenty of time to see the city and explore the Cliffs of Moher. I’d recommend making a couple of stops along the way which I’ll explain in this post. I […]

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi

by Gypsea Lust @ Gypsea Lust

Abu Dhabi tourism brought us to the desert city for 3 days of exploring. We flew in with Etihad directly Via Nairobi, Kenya. The first day we took a 2 hour drive to the island of Sir Bani Yas and stayed at Anatara Beach Villas, this island has 3 resorts by Anatara & is renowned […]

A guide to visiting Freetown Christiania, Copenhagen

by Rose @ Where Goes Rose?

Planning a trip to Copenhagen? There’s one place you shouldn’t miss… That place is Freetown Christiania and it’s the total opposite from the rest of ordered, clean Copenhagen just across the bridge. As my tour guide on a walking tour told us, ‘if you have a spare hour here, drop everything and get to Christiania’. […]

What to wear in Morocco: Packing and dress code tips for women

by Oneika @ Oneika the Traveller

Booked for a Moroccan vacation but not sure what to pack clothing-wise? Here’s my guide for what to wear in Morocco– so you’re not only fashionable, but within dress code. Are you a woman who’s planning a trip to Morocco or thinking about it?  If so, congratulations– you’ll have a fantastic time!  Morocco is so mystical, magical, and marvelous that I’ve been three times already and am mentally planning my fourth trip.  (Sidebar: be sure to check out my blog post on things to do in Marrakech— it’s the ultimate guide for how to get your life in one of Morocco’s most exciting cities!) 🎶Horse and carriage/ is for hire/ Mamacita/ please senorita/ We gonna riiiiiiise to the top…🎶 (100 points to those who recognized the Cam'ron lyrics lolz…) In Barcelona now but reminiscing about the experience that was Marrakech. So. Much. Fun. And loads to do even during a 6-day stay! These days I move pretty fast when I travel (especially alone)– more than 72 hours in one city and I start to get the itch to move on. But not so with Marrakech! I had initially decided to stick around so long because I didn't want to exhaust […]

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5 Things I loved about Gili Trawangan

by Phoebe Greenacre @ WOOD and LUXE by Phoebe Greenacre

Last month, I spent 4 beautiful weeks on the island of Bali. It was my fifth time to explore the island and this time I added a little trip to the Gili islands. With the Gili’s, you’ve got three islands to choose from, all about 15 minutes apart from each other. Gili Meno is ideal … Continue Reading

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18-35 Travel | 18-35 Tours | 18-35 Travel Tour Operators | Youth Travel Tour Operators | Tours for 18-35 year olds

18-35 Travel | 18-35 Tours | 18-35 Travel Tour Operators | Youth Travel Tour Operators | Tours for 18-35 year olds


18-35 Travel

Travel and tour information on all the best tour operators within the 18-35 and youth travel industry.

Top 10 things to do in Vietnam (part 1)

by admin @ Vietnam Tours Guide

From tasty street food in Hanoi to riding a motorcycle on curly mountain passes of Sapa, there’re tons of things for you in this beautiful Southeast Asian country. These are 10 things to do in Vietnam we suggest you should not miss. 1. Vietnamese Coffee Coffee was brought to Vietnam by French colonialists. However, over […]

Learning the basic Vietnamese language

by admin @ Vietnam Tours Guide

It is a whole lot different and more challenging when you are visiting a land with a different dialect from yours. When travellers can’t make out the words or directions of a sign they would ask some locals. And although, we may still reach an understanding by using the English language, not all locals in […]

Ha Long Bay airport set to open next spring

by admin @ Vietnam Tours Guide

The airport lies 31 miles from the famous bay and is designed to receive two million arrivals a year. If you’ve always fancied a trip to Ha Long Bay but are not a fan of road travel, a new option is floating in the distance. Local officials have announced that an international airport near the […]

Pilot grant of Vietnam e-visas

by admin @ Vietnam Tours Guide

The pilot grant of e-visa has been applied within 2 years since 1 February 2017 for foreigners from 40 countries in Asia, Europe and Americas. The border gates allowing foreigners to enter and exit by e-visas include 28 ones, consisting of 8 air ones, 13 land ones, and 7 sea ones. E-visas granted through electronic […]

The backpacker’s guide to Galway, Ireland

by Rose @ Where Goes Rose?

If you’re planning a trip to Galway, I’m already jealous. I love this colourful, cosy city. Even though I visited as an add-on to a Dublin trip, I ended up actually preferring Galway’s colourful, cosy feel. You can easily explore the city in a day and spend another touring the Cliffs of Moher and the […]

5 Awesome Day Trips from Kathmandu, Nepal’s Capital

by Raphael Alexander, The Man of Wonders @ Journey Wonders

Interested in seeing more of Nepal? Here's some of the best day trips from Kathmandu to keep you busy my wonder friends!

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The Travel Corporation


AAT Kings

AAT Kings is Australia’s favourite guided holiday company, with over 100 years of experience. Our wide range of Day Tours, Short Breaks and Guided Holidays are the perfect way to experience the best of Australia & New Zealand.

Annecy: A French Fairytale Town (Turned Soggy)

by Lindsay @ Frugal Frolicker

Well my friends, I’m afraid this is a tale of travel dreams being tarnished by craptastic weather.

You can plan the bejesus out of a trip, go well out of your way to reach a destination, and even allot extra days to thoroughly enjoy it – but you can’t do a damned thing about the weather other than try to make the most of it.

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Mui Ne – an ideal getaway for beach enthusiasts

by admin @ Vietnam Tours Guide

If you are a beach lover without enough time during the weekend for long trips, Mui Ne in Phan Thiet City, one of the most beautiful beach destinations of Viet Nam, could be an ideal choice to escape the sultry atmosphere and stuffy city life, forget about work and hide from the scorching heat in […]

The Best 5 Day Trips from Mexico City and More

by Raphael Alexander, The Man of Wonders @ Journey Wonders

When you visit Mexico City, taking a day trip to nearby natural and cultural sights is a must. Here's the best day trips from Mexico City my friends!

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Asia, Europe 2018 lineups new from Busabout - Travelweek

Asia, Europe 2018 lineups new from Busabout - Travelweek


Travelweek

TORONTO — Busabout’s new Asia 2018 program includes the new ‘Unlimited Pass’, offering clients the chance to travel once on all Busabout Asia trips within a three-month period.

VIETNAM PT.1

VIETNAM PT.1


Tegan Phillipa

BUSABOUT ASIA HANOI - HALONG BAY - MAI CHAU ALL PHOTOGRAPHY BY NATHAN LANDERS @ITSNEDKELLY & TEGAN PHILLIPA @TEGANPHILLIPA FOR BUSABOUT ASIA.

How I’ve Afforded Travel to Over 100 Countries

by Oneika @ Oneika the Traveller

Your questions about how to afford to travel, answered.  Tips, tricks, and strategies for how I’ve afforded travel to over 100 countries!   I travel. A lot. The last few years I make anywhere from 15 to 20 international trips a year. I get a lot of people asking me how I manage to do it; no, I’m not rich, and yes, I fund the majority of my own travel. In this post I tell you how I afford to travel so much. So just how do I do it? The answer is multi-faceted, but REALLY SIMPLE: I have made travel a lifestyle and create opportunities to see the world using my abilities and resources. I’ve decided to do a post resuming just how I can afford to travel so much and compiled some information that can hopefully help you to do the same. For starters, here’s a recent video I made a few of the methods I employ– for a more thorough explanation, read on! Timing and planning Timing and planning are SO important for me. I try to book my train/plane tickets way in advance while seats still tend to be cheaper. I avoid travelling during peak periods when I can, […]

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How I made over $100K a year teaching overseas

by Oneika @ Oneika the Traveller

Teaching overseas can be very lucrative– I earned a six figure yearly salary teaching abroad.  Here’s how I did it, and how you can, too. If you follow my adventures on Instagram or Facebook you’ll know that I travel a lot.  On average, I travel anywhere from 3 to 5 times a month; last year I journeyed to 27 countries for both work and play. As a travel junkie who is also a full time travel journalist, blogger, and influencer, all this globetrotting is kind of par for the course– it’s not just a passion, but also a job. Just call me the reindeer whisperer… ? With around 200,000 of the cuddly creatures living in Finnish Lapland, it was only natural that I get up close and personal with them during my stay! Yesterday morning I thus made my way to Kujalan Portila, a reindeer farm located in Kuusamo. It was there that I learned that reindeer are not only cute, but a source of income in the Lapland region– used for meat, fur, and transportation, reindeer are a way of life and not just an attraction. But chances are, if you're a tourist like me, that all you're looking […]

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Sailing with Busabout in Turkey - WOOD and LUXE by Phoebe Greenacre

Sailing with Busabout in Turkey - WOOD and LUXE by Phoebe Greenacre


WOOD and LUXE by Phoebe Greenacre

If you are looking to sail around Turkey, look no further than this trip with Busbabout. It's the best way to see the coast.

Let’s Send Another Set of Students Abroad (Exciting Updates from FLYTE)

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Two years ago I started FLYTE, a charity designed to help students from underserved communities see the world. Since then, we have raised over $100,000 and sent three classes on trips around the world. Here are updates on the organization.

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The 48-hour guide to Dublin

by Rose @ Where Goes Rose?

Dublin is a must on any Eurotrip. Whether it’s your first or 15th visit, you won’t run out of things to do – or drink. The word ‘lively’ comes to mind when thinking back on my two days in Dublin. The Irish are friendly, chatty and love a good pint. On returning home I had […]

Busabout | Vietnam

Busabout | Vietnam


Busabout

Incredible smells. Incredible sights. And aromatic fresh food. Vietnam often tops the lists of people's favorite destinations in Asia.

Scotland / 2 weeks / Fodors guidebook itinerary / with 6 y.o. child

by RaymondLuxuryYacht @ Fodor's Forum

We're looking at a two-week trip to Scotland (last week of May+first week of June), flying in/out of GLA. We are using the "Great Itineraries"...

Greek Island of Kos with Casa Cook

Greek Island of Kos with Casa Cook

by Gypsea Lust @ Gypsea Lust

To end our Summer trip in Europe we were invited by Casa Cook for a stay at the brand new resort in Kos, GreeceWe spent 4 nights here & had a truely relaxing visit.the resort just opened this season and it was a island neither of us had been to.We checked into the Junior suite […]

The Sensational Chaos of Vietnam - The Blog Abroad

The Sensational Chaos of Vietnam - The Blog Abroad


The Blog Abroad

Estimated Reading Time: 7 minutes Anyone who’s attempted to cross a street in Hanoi or enjoyed a night out in the Backpacker’s District of Ho Chi Minh City will tell you just how indescribably stimulating the country of Vietnam is. Now due to my fluctuating levels of maturity in the context of all things stimulating…

Vietnam Adventure | Busabout | TNT Tour Search

Vietnam Adventure | Busabout | TNT Tour Search


TNT Tour Search

Hanoi, Mai Chau, Phong Nha Ke Bang, Hue, Hoi An, Nha Trang, Dalat & Ho Chi Minh CityThailand gets a lot of the limelight. Paparazzi are obsessed by its bountiful beaches, spectacular food, and pretty people. But guess what. Its neighbourly companion, Vietnam, isn’t jealous at all. Happy knowing they have their own wonderful and unique talents. Aromatic fresh food, beaches to rival anywhere in the world, golden temples, colourful satins and bustling markets.  On this epic trip we do more than just explore Vietnam; we live Vietnam. We go to amazing rural areas,  do party beaches, go up, down, left , right, east, under and all around.

TravelSmart: The New Must-Have Free Travel App

by Melissa Giroux @ A Broken Backpack

Life can be full of unexpected situations. So is the traveling lifestyle. How you handle them and the tools you have might influence your life/your trip. There are many tools out there to make our life easier. When I heard about TravelSmart App I thought this free app could be a brilliant alternative to help […]

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Busabout Asia 2018-2019 brochure

Busabout Asia 2018-2019 brochure


Travel Industry Network

Welcome to Asia, land of lush landscapes, towering temples, and the tastiest exotic foods! Busabout’s motto is simple: Do what you want. As travellers themselves, they know what makes an unforgettable trip. These handcrafted itineraries are the result of their passion for travel. Pick one, combine a couple or link the whole lot with our Unlimited Pass for the ultimate Southeast Asia adventure. Read on. Be inspired. Busabout is here to make sure your experience is like no other!

Sauces and herbs to die for

by admin @ Vietnam Tours Guide

Vietnamese dipping sauce and a huge variety of fresh aromatic herbs are the soul of the country’s cuisine. A bowl of dipping sauce is almost always besides a Vietnamese meal. This is so different from the dishes of other nations, said culinary expert Le Kim Chi of Quan An Ngon Restaurant chain. Chi said each […]

Cambodia: temples, tours and travel tips

Cambodia: temples, tours and travel tips


Where Goes Rose?

Note: this was originally posted on the Busabout blog.

Vienna, Budapest & Prague Insight Vacations Tour

by Nicole Poupard @ Coach holidays – iGO Travel Holidays

Vienna, Budapest & Prague Insight Vacations Tour These three capitals, lush with magnificent cathedrals, imperial palaces as well as majestic castles, stand at the geographical heart of mainland Europe are ideal to visit during winter. Their histories and cultures are...

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Dubai

Dubai

by Gypsea Lust @ Gypsea Lust

Mid December we were invited to Dubai by the Tourism board for a few days exploring the city, perfect time to visit this city build in the middle of the desert, with comfortable and I could say almost cool temperatures. I don’t usually like cities, but there’s something so different and interesting about Dubai, it’s […]

How to avoid some minors of Vietnam visa online?

by admin @ Vietnam Tours Guide

The number of visitor using visa on arrival to go to Vietnam is dramatically increasing in 2017. However, everything has two sides and Vietnam visa online is not exceptional. Here are some cons of Vietnam visa online: Visa on arrival is only applicable for those who take the flight to Vietnam as they need to […]

How to spend a winter’s day in Liverpool

by Rose @ Where Goes Rose?

I really enjoyed my recent trip to Liverpool – even if it was damn chilly! Luckily the weather wasn’t a massive problem. There’s loads to do in Liverpool even if the sun is hiding away (as it does 99% of the year on my little island). First thing’s first – get brunching No one likes […]

Busabout Asia Passes

Busabout Asia Passes


STA Travel

Explore Asia with a Busabout flexible bus pass. Highlights include Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and mini adventures to the Mekong and Ha Long bay.

How to get from Noi Bai Airport to Hanoi Center

by admin @ Hanoi Travel Bus

If you travel to Hanoi by airplane, you will arrive at Noi Bai International Airport. Lots of tourists may wonder how to get to the city center. If you do not know how to travel from Noi Bai Airport to Hanoi and vice versa, you will most likely face some trouble such as getting scammed […]

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SCENIC CHRISTMAS 2018-2019 (BROCHURE)

by TIN @ Travel Industry Network

Access the flip brochure here: Scenic Christmas 2018-2019 Download the pdf brochure here: Scenic Christmas 2018-2019 Scenic Phone: 138 128 www.scenic.com.au INCLUDES: Argentina, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Laos, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Ukraine, Vietnam Scenic Christmas 2018-2019 From an exotic Christmas traversing South East […]

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Top 4 Must-visit Forests in Mekong Delta Vietnam

by admin @ Vietnam Tours Guide

Imagine yourself on a rustic boat in the middle of a lush green world of a typical tropical forest, admire the very distinctive species you have never known of its existence. Come to these untouched forests of the Mekong Delta Vietnam and experience the most get-in-touch-with-nature moments of your life.  Tra Su Forest in An […]

Vietnam travel tips: Ways to save money for budget conscious tourists

by admin @ Vietnam Tours Guide

Vietnam is one of the most affordable travel destinations in Asia, where budget-conscious tourists can enjoy a wide range of activities, attractions, and local delicacies. Follow our Vietnam travel tips on how to save money in Vietnam, which comprises essential aspects such as accommodation, dining, and shopping. Eat like a local Vietnam has recently become a popular […]

Two Weeks Greece Itinerary: Islands, Temples and Feta Cheese

by Raphael Alexander, The Man of Wonders @ Journey Wonders

Planning a trip to Greece but don't know where to start? Check out this Two Week Greece Itinerary and enjoy the wonders of this awesome country!

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Busabout Hop-on Hop Off Bus Service Reviews - Vegan Travel

Busabout Hop-on Hop Off Bus Service Reviews - Vegan Travel


Vegan Travel

View vegan reviews, ratings, and photos for Busabout Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tours from your fellow vegan travelers from around the world - Vegan Travel

Trip Report Top 8 Things to See, Eat, & Do in Hanoi

by knycx_journeying @ Fodor's Forum

Vietnam retained a unique mix of Chinese and French and these characters were reflected in their food, lifestyle, and architecture. So, here I...

Thailand Adventure Busabout Tour

by Nicole Poupard @ Coach holidays – iGO Travel Holidays

Thailand Adventure Busabout Tour Bangkok, Pai & Chiang Mai There are no beach bars on this trip. And no there won’t be any ludicrously large moon-based parties or bright plastic buckets full of booze. Why? Because this trip takes you...

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VEGAN EUROTRIP – Where to eat in Budapest

by Kayleigh @ Vegan Travel

After falling in love with Prague and its delicious vegan bites,  the second stop of our crazy quest landed us in Budapest. It started a little rocky but we were soon surprised and went from hangry to elated… I don’t […]

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Morocco

Morocco

by Gypsea Lust @ Gypsea Lust

An unforgettable 3 weeks in Morocco, a place which left me with a love-hate feeling.. We flew into Marrakech from Barcelona & started our trip staying at Le Riad Yasmine which is a stunning little riad just outside of the hustle and bustle of the main Souk. First morning began perfectly- breakfast by the poolside. […]

King Ramses – 13 Day Egypt Tour

by Nicole Poupard @ Coach holidays – iGO Travel Holidays

King Ramses – 13 Day Egypt Tour WAS R18 900 | NOW R9 450 | SAVE R9 450 per person sharing! Explore the Pyramids of Giza, relax on a felucca as you cruise down the Nile, discover the wonders of...

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Trip Report Choquequirao Trek an amazing tour

by juangonzalesss1234 @ Fodor's Forum

Hi all, a week ago I did choquequirao trek and was fantastic, see the animals on the road and the plants around the mountains was incredible. All...

Reykjavik: Worldwide Writers invited to submit for full-funding scholarships to attend the Iceland Writers Retreat, including airfare + full retreat package

by Tiffany Owens @ Modern-Day Nomads

Iceland Writers Retreat is offering talented writers from around the world the chance to attend its 2018 program for free, held April 11-15.

For this scholarship program, writers can apply for either full or partial funding. The full funding scholarship includes a round-trip airfare plus the full ...

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Things to do in Marrakesh: A guide to how I got my life in Morocco’s most magical city

by Oneika @ Oneika the Traveller

I got MY WHOLE LIFE during my visit to Marrakesh (also widely known as Marrakech), Morocco this summer.  Here’s my guide with essential tips so you can do the same! If you’ve been keeping up with my adventures on Instagram, you’ll know that I recently spent 5 days in Marrakesh (also spelled Marrakech), Morocco and had the most amazing time (note: I’ll be using both spellings throughout this article). “There are certain places on the surface of the earth that possess more magic than others, and one of those places is Marrakech.” ~Paul Bowles~ Salam Alaikum from Morocco! It’s my 3rd visit to the country and I already know it won’t be the last… ? A post shared by Oneika✈ OneikaTheTraveller.com (@oneikatraveller) on Jul 13, 2017 at 11:25am PDT If I had to sum up my trip to Marrakech in one word, it would be magical.  But that would be unfair– a single word just can’t do the city justice. For Marrakech is so many things. It’s colourful: there are hueful markets filled to the brim with leather goods, textiles, and bric a brac. A post shared by Oneika✈ OneikaTheTraveller.com (@oneikatraveller) on Jul 14, 2017 at 1:46pm PDT   It’s […]

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Bus Tours & Sightseeing Trips

by tourbuswp @ Tour Bus

If you are looking for Tour Bus options within Australia or around the world you will likely find some great resources here. If you are looking for Tour Buses in a particular city, a double decker tourist bus or a budget bus tour you will find it here. Tour buses are also becoming a popular and cost effective method of

1st trip to Italy

by myrrha @ Fodor's Forum

I am planning a 2 week trip to Italy in early June with my husband and 2 girls ages 12 and 16, this will be our 1st time to Italy. I want to visit...

Your Vietnam travel guide - What you NEED to know before you go

Your Vietnam travel guide - What you NEED to know before you go


Living to Roam

What are you waiting for? Vietnam is one of Southeast Asia's most exciting destinations. Find out everything you need to know in this Vietnam travel guide.

Busabout Tours | Book a Busabout tour with Flight Centre

Busabout Tours | Book a Busabout tour with Flight Centre


Flight Centre NZ

Busabout Tours are the ideal ways to see Europe, Egypt and Morocco. Book your Busabout tour today with Flight Centre.

Dubai all-inclusive holiday vegan tips and skydiving

by Suzy Jones @ Vegan Travel

Dubai is the last part of my trip from India to Nepal to Oman to Dubai, we went to the Dubai Mall and this place is massive. While there we got lunch at a falafel place called Karam Express, and […]

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Not a sh*thole: Here are five reasons you should travel to Haiti

by Oneika @ Oneika the Traveller

Sh*thole?  What sh*thole?  Here are five reasons to travel to beautiful Haiti, the world’s first black republic. Mention Haiti to most people and they’ll likely conjure up images of strife and devastation.  But while the island nation’s had its troubles, it’s so much more than the single story of suffering the media is quick to promote. Luckily, I had the opportunity discover this first hand when I finally made a visit there last summer. Historically rich, culturally vast, and tremendously beautiful, Haiti is totally worth a visit.  Don’t believe me? I’ll elaborate. Here are five reasons to make Haiti your next trip (ignorant remarks from a certain world leader notwithstanding). Five reasons you should go to Haiti 1. The history Even if you’re not a history buff, Haiti’s remarkable past will intrigue you. The nation, which shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic, was once under Spanish and French rule. But in 1804 Haiti shed the shackles of its colonial keepers when enslaved Africans successfully revolted and made the country the world’s first independent Black republic.  Ten years from now, make sure you can say that you chose your life, you didn't settle for it. -Mandy Hale (Jacmel, Haiti) […]

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The Pros and Cons of Organized Tours

The Pros and Cons of Organized Tours


Journey Wonders

Have you ever taken organized tours? Here's the 5 Pros and Cons of them. Let me know what you think.

Student Flights- Vietnam Q&A

Student Flights- Vietnam Q&A


Gypsea Lust

Here is our Q&A with Student Flights about our recent trip to Vietnam with Busabout; Q&A Student Flights

Eye-opener to the Pros of Group Travel - Wandering On

Eye-opener to the Pros of Group Travel - Wandering On


Wandering On Travel Blog

On the BusAbout Iberian Adventure we visited Spain, Portugal and Morocco in just seven days and it really opened our eyes to the pros of group travel.

Traveling in Vietnam: 3 Weeks in Review | Frugal Frolicker

Traveling in Vietnam: 3 Weeks in Review | Frugal Frolicker


Frugal Frolicker

I spent 3 weeks traveling in Vietnam and it was my favorite of the 6 countries I visited in Asia. I explored southern Vietnam: from the Mekong to Hoi An.

Top 5 Thai Attractions

by Nicole Poupard @ iGO Travel Holidays

Top 5 Thai Attractions   Top 5 things no traveller should miss on a trip to this vibrant South-East Asian nation.   1. The Grand Palace   This beautiful gold-tipped series of buildings is over 200 years old, and perhaps...

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GRAND PACIFIC TOURS NZ CRUISE & COACH 2018-2019 (BROCHURE)

by TIN @ Travel Industry Network

Access the flip brochure here: Grand Pacific Tours NZ Cruise & Coach 2018-2019 Download the pdf brochure here: Grand Pacific Tours NZ Cruise & Coach 2018-2019 Grand Pacific Tours Phone: 1800 622 768 www.grandpacifictours.com INCLUDES: New Zealand Grand Pacific Tours NZ Cruise & Coach 2018-2019 Grand Pacific Tours, the New Zealand coach holiday specialist and […]

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Road trip anyone? Why you should retrace the Civil Rights Movement through the U.S. Civil Rights Trail

by Oneika @ Oneika the Traveller

Travelling stateside this year? A road trip to destinations along the U.S. Civil Rights Trail can’t be missed. This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of U.S. Civil Rights Trail. All opinions are 100% mine. Infuriating.  Hurtful. Unbelievable. Transformative. Inspirational.  Emotional. These words immediately come to mind when I think of the Civil Rights Movement, the monumental fight for African-Americans to gain equal rights under U.S. law.   The movement, which largely took place in the 1950s and 1960s, was characterized by the struggle to end legalized racial segregation and discrimination in the United States.   Despite the abolishment of slavery nearly 100 years earlier, black Americans still suffered a number of social injustices.  Many were unable to go to good schools, access equal public transportation, or even vote. But through many years of persistence and major efforts involving civil resistance, nonviolent protest, and civil disobedience,  African-Americans were able to overcome, with the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act being signed in 1964 and 1965, respectively.  Yup, you read that right.  1964 and 1965… less than 55 years ago.  Wow.   As a black person who currently lives in the U.S. such a recent and […]

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1st trip to Italy

by myrrha @ Fodor's Forum

I am planning a 2 week trip to Italy in early June with my husband and 2 girls ages 12 and 16, this will be our 1st time to Italy. I want to visit...

Busabout | Reviews And Tours

Busabout | Reviews And Tours


Stride Travel

Read traveler and professional reviews on Busabout. Compare with hundreds of other tour companies. Find your perfect trip. Save time, hassle & money.

Busabout | Ultimate Vietnam Adventure

Busabout | Ultimate Vietnam Adventure


Busabout

Visit Vietnam, become a culture glutton, and discover one of the most bountiful countries of Southeast Asia!

Flavors Of Tuscany Tour

by Nicole Poupard @ Coach holidays – iGO Travel Holidays

Flavors Of Tuscany Tour Day 1 (Friday) Rome Transfer from the airport in Rome to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner is not included. Day 2 (Saturday) Rome American buffet breakfast at the hotel. In the morning...

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Three days in Mexico City

by sharich @ Fodor's Forum

Hola, We have three and 1/2 days in Mexico City in May. We have a Museum and City tour day one, Teotihuacan Pyramids & Guadalupe Shrine day two....

Busabout Introduces the Unlimited Asia Pass

Busabout Introduces the Unlimited Asia Pass


TravMedia

Busabout's Unlimited Asia Pass allows travelers to experience any (or all) of Busabout's 19 Southeast Asia trips within a three-month period. Travellers can choose where to start, where to finish and where to go in between, then link up and jump around as they please.

3-Day Homestay Tour in Sapa, Vietnam • The Blonde Abroad

3-Day Homestay Tour in Sapa, Vietnam • The Blonde Abroad


The Blonde Abroad

While traveling solo through Vietnam, I had prearranged a 3-day homestay tour in Sapa led by a woman named Hong to visit the local villages.

8 of the best solo traveller tours companies | finder.com.au

8 of the best solo traveller tours companies | finder.com.au


finder.com.au

Go it alone and explore the world with some of the best solo traveller tours out there, plus get deals and discounts to make your trip more affordable.

Spanish Spree Contiki Tour

by Nicole Poupard @ Coach holidays – iGO Travel Holidays

Spanish Spree Contiki Tour Two weeks drifting around Spain – you’ll be hablando Español before you know it! Our Spanish Spree holiday gets you under the covers of this cultural country, exploring everywhere from San Sebastian to Seville, with a...

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Three days in Mexico City

by sharich @ Fodor's Forum

Hola, We have three and 1/2 days in Mexico City in May. We have a Museum and City tour day one, Teotihuacan Pyramids & Guadalupe Shrine day two....

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