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    What are the 10 highest mountains in Europe? 

    The European mountains are among the most beautiful in the world. But what are the ten highest mountains in Europe? Where are the highest mountains found? Are the peaks that challenge Everest on this side of the world alpine? And what do we know about the Urals or the great French Massif Central? Let’s go to the discovery of the ten highest mountains of our Old Continent. They do not have record numbers but are decorated with unique landscapes, so particular that today it is called “alpine landscape” to describe every kind of mountain panorama in the world. And our Alps, in fact, are among the most beautiful and varied mountain ranges in the world.

    Mount Elbrus, Caucasus Mountains

    With its 5,642 meters, Mount Elbrus is certainly the highest mountain in Europe ever. The problem with his record is that the Caucasus mountain range has not yet been perfectly defined in its geography. It is not known whether it belongs more to Europe or Asia, although it is included in the Russian national territory. This means that the record of this mountain is constantly contested in favor of that of our Mont Blanc. The latest studies, however, certainly declare him European and therefore the winner of the continent’s height record.

    Mount Dykh-Tau, Caucasus Range

    Due to the same problem indicated above, this too – like all roller coasters in the Caucasus – have records that are not always validated. At the moment, however, it is stated that this mountain range falls within Europe, and Mount Dykh-Tau, with its 5,205 meters, is the second-highest mountain.

    Mount Shkhara, Caucasus Range

    The third podium is once again up to a Caucasian mountain: the Shkhara, 5,193 meters high, is considered the “gateway” to Europe, which is the exact border between our continent and the Asian one. The nation this mountain refers to is Georgia.

    Mont Blanc, Alps

    Divided between France and Italy, “our” Mont Blanc with its 4,810 meters contends the European primacy to the Russian mountains. It is certainly one of the highest mountains in Europe and one of the most beautiful, for views and rock formations, ever.

    Monte Rosa, Alps

    Monte Rosa follows closely, with 4,634 meters. Divided equally between Switzerland and Italy, the “fourth place” however belongs to our neighbors since the summit that exceeds 4,000 meters falls within Swiss territory.

    Monte Dom, Swiss Alps

    With 4,545 meters, Mount Dom in the Swiss Alps is the third peak of the entire chain and one of the most fascinating mountains in the confederation.

    Grossglockner mountain, Austrian Alps

    A splendid ski destination among the many Austrians, this mountain of 3,798 meters is rightly among the ten highest peaks in Europe.

    Mount Mulhacen, Sierra Nevada

    The Spanish Sierra Nevada is the third-highest chain in Europe. And this Mulhacen mountain is the main peak with its undisputed 3,480 meters.

    Pico de Aneto, Pyrenees

    The highest peak in the Pyrenees range is 3,404 meters high. The territory of the summit falls within the national territory of Spain, although the Pyrenees are divided between this country and France.

    Etna volcano, Italy

    Etna, 3,323 meters, is a volcano and therefore its top is constantly evolving. It far exceeds 3000 meters, however, and this makes it the tenth highest mountain in Europe. It is located in the eastern part of the island of Sicily.

    Best beaches in Peru

    With 3080 km of coastline, choosing only 10 beaches in Peru has been an unfair task in front of its gigantic, beautiful, and diverse coastline. But each of the beaches that we present below (ordered from north to south) has characteristics that make them unique and that we are sure will motivate more than one to take a dip in its waters.

    1. Punta Sal

    Punta Sal is one of those beaches that nature itself is responsible for protecting. The surrounding chain of hills protects it from the wind and the arid climate keeps it without rain and with an eternal radiant sun. Its 6.5km length is caressed by warm and calm waters that contrast wonderfully with the green carob trees and grasslands. A paradisiacal beach wherever you look at it.

    How to get there: The main access road to Punta Sal is by a paved detour at Km 1187 of the North Pan-American Highway. Here are a stop and a welcome arch with the name: “Punta Sal tourist resort.”

    2. Máncora

    Surf all day, eat the freshest ceviche in the area, and enjoy clear skies all year round. Máncora is a beach paradise and one of the best-known beaches in northern Peru. In Máncora, everything is a celebration, and it shows in its vibrant nightlife that does not rest until dawn. Máncora welcomes every traveler with its rolling waves and fun in mind, from the most exclusive resorts to hostels for inveterate backpackers. Just 4 km south of Máncora is Las Pocitas beach, known to locals as Máncora Chico, a perfect place to watch the sunset in the natural pools that form between the rocks.

    How to get there: Máncora is located approximately 187 kilometers north of Piura, which is located at km 1035 of the Panamericana Norte. Various bus companies arrive in Máncora from Lima, Tumbes, Piura, Guayaquil (Ecuador), and other cities in Peru and taxis or other transports from airports near Máncora.

    3. Tuquillo Beach

    The Tuquillo spa is located 7 kilometers north of Huarmey, following the Panamericana Norte route. This beach is known for its calm waters of intense blue and fine sand. It also has islets just fifty meters from the shore that are natural habitats for guano birds, such as the booby or the guanay. The resort also has 3 other beaches to the south of Tuquillo, Maracaná, Antivito and La Posita. The latter is perfect for the little ones.

    How to get there: To get to Huarmey you have to go along the Panamericana Norte until kilometer 310. The trip takes just over 5 and a half hours from Lima.

    4. Caballeros Beach

    Located in Punta Hermosa’s district, in Lima, Playa Caballeros has excellent waves (7 meters high on average) that make it a spectacular destination for surfing tournaments nationally and internationally. But the boards are not the only ones that dominate its waters, as the spa is perfect for those who like fishing. Its fertile sea allows fishing for marine species such as cheetah.

    How to get there: To get to Caballeros from Lima, you must travel by vehicle along the Panamericana Sur until you reach kilometer 35. Then, you continue a journey of another three kilometers until you reach the spa.

    5.Beach Ambassadors

    Part of the Santa María del Mar district, Embajadores beach is the icing on the cake of one of the most beautiful and modern spas in Peru. It is characterized by being small, with fine sand, and in the shape of a half-moon. The spa is presented as a quiet territory, and around it, there are various residences and apartments for rent that ensure a replenishing family vacation.

    How to get there: To get to this beach from Lima, you must go to kilometer 52 of the Panamericana Sur, from where you take a four-kilometer detour to the coast.

    6. Wakama

    Wakama is the first natural refuge on the Peruvian coast, a hidden beach located just under two hours south of Lima. As seen in the photo, sandhills separate it from the bustling outside world. In Wakama there is an interesting ecotourism development project: cabins for rent facing the sea with all the comforts and in the purest natural style. This is why Wakama is a perfect place to disconnect, ideal for people looking for that tranquility they lost in the city.

    How to get there: Getting to Wakama is easy. The beach entrance is located at km 179 of the Panamericana Sur, at the end of the descent to Jahuay beach.

    7. La Mina Beach

    A mandatory point of the Paracas National Reserve in Ica, La Mina beach is shaped like a horseshoe. The surrounding hills protect it from the intense wind that blows throughout the Paracas area. The sector is a treasure of clean, crystalline, calm waters, emerald color, and white sands. It is also home to wolves, penguins, birds, and an immense variety of marine fauna. In the beach’s surroundings, you can see cavities that were formerly coal mines, hence its name.

    How to get there: From Lima, La Mina beach is located at kilometer 250 of the Panamericana Sur highway, in the province of Paracas, Ica.

    8. Red Beach

    Also located in the Paracas National Reserve, Red Beach is undoubtedly spectacular for its exotic beauty. The beach takes on the reddish color of the igneous rock called pink granodiorite, which contains solidified magma inside. The sea hits the rocks and the waves wash away the reddish rock fragments that accumulate on the shore. The contrast with the yellow and other colors of the cliffs makes it a true work of natural art.

    How to get there: After entering the National Reserve, at km 250 of the Panamericana Sur, you must advance along the main road to the Lagunillas checkpoint.

    9. Inka port

    Puerto Inka enjoys the natural beauty of beautiful cliffs and unique natural rock formations. It is a bay in Arequipa, where the sea is calm and the water transparent. It is so-called because it was one of the most important beaches for the Incas. One of the Inca Trail arms reached here, the same one that reaches the citadel of Machu Picchu, and archaeological remains can still be seen and the old corrals for the llamas.

    How to get there: Puerto Inka is exactly at kilometer 610 of the Panamericana Sur, in the province of Caravelí, in the Arequipa region. Once there, you must follow the detour to the beach. From Lima, it is approximately 9 hours and from Arequipa 5 hours.

    10. Caleta San José

    Due to the little human presence, Caleta San José is an impressive natural refuge. Located in the province of Camaná, boats can only be reached, and there is only one hostel for tourists there. It is a true disconnection sector since no cell phone signal, no landline, or the Internet. From La Caleta, you can navigate, for about 30 minutes, to Isla Hornillos, where you can enjoy one of the largest populations of sea lions in the country. You can also go trekking, kayaking, snorkeling, among other activities.

    How to get there: If you leave from Arequipa, you must go to Quilca, located at kilometer 845 of the Panamericana Sur. From there you can sail by boat for about 2 hours until you reach Caleta San José.

    Do you know other beaches in Peru that we should add to our list? Share your tips with our community of travelers!

    5 Family Vacation Planning Tips

    When it comes to planning a family vacation, there’s a lot that you have to think about, but if you can answer five basic questions before embarking on your trip, then you can definitely determine a lot about what you will get from the trip. The truth is, no matter how much money you spend on a family vacation, if you don’t plan things out well, you could end up spending a lot of money to have a lousy time. If you want to ensure that your trip is well worth the money, you have to know how to prepare.

    The following five family vacation tips are comprised of your answers to the following five questions.

    Is it safe and fun for children?

    If you are planning on traveling anywhere with your kids, the number one thing you want to ask yourself is whether or not it is a safe place to take your kids. There are many places to travel in the world, and many cities have neighborhoods that are perfectly safe, but they also have neighborhoods that are very dangerous. When you decide to reserve a hotel room, be sure you know what neighborhood you’re staying in before you start running your credit card.

    Do you know how to get there and plan lodging at the best possible price?

    If you don’t know the cheapest and most comfortable way to travel to your intended destination, or how to get the best price for lodging, then you definitely need to do your homework. You can use online sites to find the best prices on flights and hotels in several cities worldwide.

    Will your kids like the food?

    When you’re trying to have a fun vacation, one of the last things you want to hear from your kids is that they don’t like the food. If all they do is complain the entire time about how foreign and different the food is, you’re not going to be able to really connect as a family during meal times. Of course, you do want to help them to broaden their horizons, but it’s always a good idea to take them to a restaurant that serves that particular type of food in your hometown before you take them to a place where it’s their only option.

    What will you teach your kids about culture?

    In addition to broadening your children’s culinary horizons, you want to be able to open their eyes to the differences between their own culture and that of the place they are visiting. Whether it is a different country or a different state, there are plenty of variations in culture to note. If your child is having a lot of trouble understanding those differences, you want to be prepared to discuss those differences in a way that is enlightening for your children.

    What will you pack?

    Last but not least, you need to make sure that everyone has all the appropriate clothes, devices, and personal items from home. Whether you need to pack medications, teddy bears, or blankies, you want to make sure that everyone has all the necessities that will keep them comforted while staying in a foreign location. Of course, you don’t want to pack too much, but you want to spend a considerable amount of time creating a list of necessities to pack before you get going.

    How to Find Time and Money to Travel While You’re in College

    Attending college requires a commitment of both time and money. Whether you’re interested in a bachelor’s degree or something more, you’re looking at a minimum of four years in most cases. While you can save some money by starting at the community college level to complete your general education, chances are you’re still going to be out several thousand dollars (or even several hundred thousand, depending on your school and degree program) by the time you’re done.

    The 6 most impressive places in the world to visit in 2020

    Therefore, today we bring you a list of those most impressive places in the world, which are not very common, and this was the list that came out, we hope you keep it in mind to plan your trips in 2020.

    Malt

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    Little is heard of this small European country in the Mediterranean archipelago. It is the favorite destination for beach lovers thanks to its beautiful turquoise waters. Without a doubt, one of the places to visit in the world in 2020.

    What to do in Malta?

    In Malta, you can go from relaxing on its beaches to getting your adrenaline pumping climbing its cliffs. Here are some ideas to visit Malta:

    Visit the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum

    An impressive underground prehistoric temple, when you enter you feel the energy of the place, thousands of years of history and mystery … Buuuu!

    Climb cliffs in Ta’Cenc

    For all those who have always wanted to climb over the sea and in Gozo, one of the islands that make up the Maltese archipelago, you can make it happen because it has more than 100 meters of cliffs on its coasts to climb, like Ta ‘ Cenc, with spectacular views.

    Walk the streets of Valletta

    It is the capital, a fortification built by the crusaders. Walking through its streets is a true journey back in time for its architecture and monuments that are simply spectacular.

    Marsaxlokk, a cute but unpronounceable town

    In the port of this town, you can admire the luzzu, colorful typical Maltese boats. They wear the eye of Osiris, the boatmen claim that it drives away evil spirits.

    A dip in St Peter’s Pool

    It is a natural pool formed between the rocks, it is very close to the sea and you can jump from there. It is a bit high but it is worth it to experience the adrenaline.

    Turkey 

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    A country with a unique mix of cultures that makes it one of the most beautiful places in the world to visit. Istanbul, its capital, has all the ingredients to be a worthy representative of this pearl of Western Asia.

    What can you do in Turkey?

    Perfect for a unique honeymoon and marvel at the many natural treasures that this country has to discover. In addition to very active and culturally rich cities with their mosques. Here are some ideas for visiting Turkey :

    The Blue Mosque in Istanbul

    It is an imposing representation of Turkish architecture. It is called blue because inside it has millions of tiles made by hand.

    Cappadocia

    It is located in the center of the country and is an impressive area with rock formations called fairy chimneys, Sandra says that as soon as she saw them she felt like seeing a lunar landscape.

    The beaches of Antalya

    Crystal clear blue waters of the Mediterranean in southeastern Turkey. What you will love the most are these waterfalls that fall over the sea and are called Düden, beautiful!

    Morocco

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    As if time has stopped, that is the feeling when visiting Morocco. Narrow alleys, locals in traditional costumes, picturesque markets. You can make a stopover in Madrid and from there take a flight to Tangier, across the border between Spain and Morocco.

    What can you do in Morocco?

    This country due to its proximity to Europe has a very particular mix in its culture, architecture, and traditions. These are some ideas for your visit to Morocco:

    Hercules Cave and Cape Spartel in Tangier

    Take a flight to Madrid and from there travel to Tánge, the Moroccan port closest to the Spanish border. There he visits the Cave of Hercules in which curiously you can see the silhouette of the map of Africa upside down at its entrance. Another very interesting place to visit is Cape Spartel where the Atlantic Ocean hugs the Mediterranean Sea.

    Chefchaouen, the blue pearl

    This is another very nice city. and the reason why they call it the blue pearl is that its streets and houses are painted blue; In addition to looking dreamy, it serves to scare off mosquitoes, how curious!

    This city is anchored in the mountains, making it a magnificent viewpoint and one of the most beautiful places in the world to visit. Morocco is a Muslim country and the call to prayer at various times of the day reverberates particularly in every corner of this beautiful Moroccan city.

    Marrakech

    It is a bustling city where you have to venture into its streets to see its palaces, haggle in its markets, photograph its gardens, mosques, and medersas (universities). It is frowned upon not to enter the game of negotiating the price of goods, it is their culture.

    Sahara desert 

    This may be part of the tour that you like the most. The experience of sleeping in jaimas (traditional tents) in the middle of the desert, being transported in dromedaries through the dumas, tasting the seasoning of the stews prepared in a tagine, and listening to the music of the Berber nomads is something sublime.

    Madagascar

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    The animated movie came to mind, right? If adventure is your thing, you cannot miss a journey to this country, which has been isolated from the rest of the world for so long. Its ecosystem has evolved in a unique way and it has exciting activities to offer.

    What can you do in Madagascar?

    It is not a place for any type of tourist, because between parks and nature reserves there are many situations that are far from a resort vacation. These are some ideas for your visit to Madagascar:

    Grand Tsingy de Bemaraha

    In this natural reserve known for its pointed rock formations, you can tour its caves and climb its cliffs, a real adventure for a climber. Don’t miss the opportunity to photograph Decken’s sifaka, one of the most adorable lemurs.

    Tsiribihina River crossing

    This seven-day tour starts in Antsirabe and ends in Morondava, a quiet coastal town in western Madagascar. It is a journey in a small boat or canoe, camping on the river bank and contemplating the fauna and flora of the place.

    Hug, if you can, a Baobabs

    In Morondava you must see and experience the magnitude of perhaps the most giant trees in the world. With a length of 30 meters high, they are a unique species of Madagascar. There are Baobabs as old as 800 years old, amazing!

    Costa Rica

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    This is a must-visit destination for those who champion sustainable destinations. a country rich in biodiversity, sloths clinging to trees, ultra-poisonous red-eyed frogs, and whale watching in the Pacific.

    What can you do in Costa Rica?

    The locals understand very well the importance of preserving the natural reserve that is their country. In all the activities carried out there, harmony with the ecosystem is promoted. These are some activities that you can do on your trip:

    Hike through volcanoes

    Take a walk along the route that connects two volcanoes: the Irazú with the Turrialba. It is an approximate journey of 11 km. You get to the foot of the Turrialba volcano where you can see a beautiful sunset.

    A glimpse of nature by zip line

    Zipline or canopy, however, you know it, it is about taking an aerial tour through a cable suspended over the Costa Rican jungle, without a doubt it is for the brave. We recommend doing it in the Puerto Viejo area, next to the jungles that flow into the Caribbean Sea.

    See the Rio Celeste

    Although it is not easy to get there, it is worth going to the picturesque valley of Bijagua and visiting the Tenorio Volcano National Park. Arrive at the waterfall where you can see that hypnotic blue of the waters of this river is rewarding.

    Aruba

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    It is a complete paradise in the Caribbean Sea with its magical contrasts of white sand, turquoise sea, and the color of its culture. Also … Did you know that it is classified as “the happy island”? Go and be happy in Aruba.

    What can you do in Aruba?

    You can spend hours observing the sea of ​​Aruba, both from outside and in its depths, diving in these waters is a spectacle, so full of life, explore a cemetery of wrecked ships that is near its coasts. Stroll through such colorful streets with spectacular shows, explore a vibrant nightlife and the list goes on.

    Dive into Sunrise City

    To the south is San Nicolás, the cultural epicenter of the island better known as Sunrise City, colorful, creative, artists and a carnival atmosphere, you will find that!

    Reach the top of Mount Hooiberg

    Climb this iconic island peak, forged by ancient volcanoes, ascending through windswept steps. The view is glorious, it even made me want to cry.

    Snorkel at Mangel Halto 

    This is one of the beaches in Aruba that has delicate reefs and calm waters perfect for the contemplation of marine fauna and flora.

    You already have some information that will help you choose your next destination to travel to in 2020.

    The Best Vacation Destinations for Every Season

    The most popular vacation season is summer when people flock to theme parks, beaches, and resorts to relax and have fun. Summer is a great time for a vacation, but spring, fall, and winter each has its own special blend of attractions and allure. Here are some exciting vacation destinations to think about, no matter what the season.

    Best time to visit Phuket

    The paradisiacal island of Phuket is the most popular tourist destination in Thailand. The perfect place to enjoy beautiful beaches, stunning landscapes, and taste the exquisite cuisine of Thailand. A destination to savor it calmly. In this guide, you can discover which is the best time to visit Phuket, as well as the climate of each of its seasons so that you can choose the best option for your trip.

    When to travel to Phuket

    Thanks to the high temperatures of the island, Phuket is ideal to visit it at any time of the year, although, of course, several differences are depending on the months. One of the best times to visit Phuket is in the months of December to March.

    In these months, the humidity is pleasant, without a high probability of rain, and with long hours of sunshine per day. Perfect to fully enjoy your trip.

    Especially in the months of December to February, since they are further away from the rainy season. The ideal time to take advantage of all the tourist attractions.

    Travel seasons

    The high season to travel to Phuket in December to March, since the temperature is more pleasant, with no probability of rain. It is the perfect time to enjoy its beaches and to be able to practice all kinds of water activities.

    The average temperature is 32ºC, with an average of 8 hours of sun per day and with a water temperature of 27ºC. In addition, the probability of rain is only 8 days.

    The price is higher than the rest of the year and it is more difficult to find accommodation at an affordable price.

    The average season to travel to Phuket is in the months of November and April, since the good weather is good during these months, although there is a small probability of rain. This is because in November, the rainy season usually ends and in April it begins, without having a fixed date so that it can be a drawback for your trip.

    The average temperature is 31ºC, with an average of 7 hours of sun per day and with a water temperature of 28ºC while the probability of rain is 16 days.

    Prices are much cheaper than in the high season and you can beat the heat on its beautiful beaches as they are still perfect for a dip.

    The low season to visit Phuket is in the months of May to October, since it coincides with the rainy season. The temperature is overwhelming due to the high humidity and most of the trip will be raining.

    The average temperature is 25ºC, with an average of 6 hours of sun per day and with a water temperature of 28ºC. While the probability of rain is 20 days. Prices are much cheaper than the rest of the year, without mass tourism.

    The worst time to travel to Phuket

    The worst time to visit Phuket all year round is in the low season, from May to October, due to the constant rains.

    Despite maintaining a pleasant temperature, the rain can be most annoying to know the attractions of the place, since it rains for days on end, without being able to hike to discover the beautiful green surroundings of the area.

    Weather in Phuket

    The climate in Sydney is tropical throughout the year, with pleasant temperatures. The rainiest season corresponds to the months of May to October, the sun accompanies throughout the day, but the rains are usually constant, reaching a minimum of 25ºC.

    Being the rainiest month in September, with 23 rainy days. In the hottest months, from December to March, the average temperature is 32ºC, making it ideal to enjoy your trip around Phuket fully.

    Tips for traveling to Phuket

    To access Phuket, it is necessary to have a valid DNI and Passport for the next 6 months. It is also necessary to obtain a tourist visa for Thailand and a photocopy of round trip airline tickets.

    In the city, the currency of Bhat is used. I recommend you make the change at the airport or in your city of origin. In most establishments, you cannot pay by card.

    Hallstat Austria , how to get there and where to sleep.

    This wonderful country nestled in the mountains. It is not easy to reach from Italy, or rather, you have to take into account several hours of travel. How best to get to Hallstatt actually depends, logically, where you start from. Now I’ll tell you about our experience.

    Will virtual reality become an alternative to real travel?

    The coronavirus has changed several things for people around the world, and it primarily affected travel and the tourism industry. Perhaps virtual reality will become an alternative to real travel, and someday it will completely replace such an experience. But not everything is so simple with this technology.

    5 Helpful Travel Tips for Young Professionals

    As a young professional, there is a good chance that you are doing a lot of traveling. This is why it can help to have some travel tips and tricks. Not only do you want to find a way to pack light and efficiently – you also want to find a way to book an affordable hotel room. Moreover, you want to find accommodations that offer a great view and amenities. Sure, you may not need the nicest amenities – you are only staying for a night or two – but it can be nice to have a comfortable environment to get your work done. Also, there is entertainment to think about – if you are a young professional, there is a good chance that you want to go out and eat, see a show or relax before a big meeting.

    Dublin Travel Basics for First-Time Visitors

    If you have never been to Ireland, you are going to have a blast in Dublin. It’s one of the most fun and romantic cities in the world, and the people tend to have a very jovial sense of humor. You can learn all about it in guide to Dublin, but for now, here are some Dublin travel basics for first-time visitors.

    Traveling to Europe in College: 5 Fun Destinations

    Traveling to Europe as a college student is a right of passage. There will come a time when you and your friends from MBA degree online will pool together your cash, purchase plane tickets and head to Europe with backpacks full of clothes and heads full of ideas. There is also a good chance that when you land, you will hit the nearest hostel and then make your way on your journey.

    Want to travel on a shoestring budget? Here is what you should do.

    We all have a travel bug, and every now and then it pops its head up, nudging you to go on that trip. But then you look at your pocket and decide otherwise. Travelling can be expensive, and to be able to travel with having to spend the least possible amount of money is the dream. It’s certainly difficult, but not impossible. You could plan well, or make use of some discounts or privileges, with airline partners. Anything that helps you pay less is a great idea!

    Your Travel Bucket List Starts Here

    What’s on your bucket list? Maybe you want to do something you’ve never done before. Perhaps you want to live abroad or spend time doing charitable work. Your bucket list probably includes dreams of traveling to exotic locales and engaging in fascinating adventures. Maybe you’re having trouble deciding just where to go. Have you thought about adding any of these great destinations to your list?

    Truth Is Stranger than Fiction When it Comes to Travel

    Most people who travel extensively have their own stories of trips gone wrong. Most have to do with tales of lost luggage, where a bag goes to Belize when it’s supposed to go to Boston. Some true travel tales go beyond lost luggage and into the realm of “you can’t be serious.”

    7 Travel Accommodation Options to suit every pocket

    To travel is to live. Travelling liberates a person and tends to find one own self. You make unforgettable memories during your trips. And so you need to make sure that those memories are pleasant. Accommodation is an important part of your journey and it needs to be selected as per your budget, location, facilities available etc. Choosing the right accommodation saves a lot of money.

    5 Travel Safety Tips for College Students

    As a college student, you may enjoy the relative freedom to travel unattended for the first time in your life.  Without your parents to guide and protect you, however, you could end up in some unsafe situations if you’re not careful.  This isn’t necessarily your fault.  After all, you’re inexperience and ignorance are likely to blame.  However, you’re the one who will suffer from a lack of knowledge.

    5 Safe Destinations for College Student Travel

    Right now, the world isn’t as safe as it used to be. Whether you are pursuing MBA program or if you are getting your degree in cinema or liberal arts, you can always risk traveling somewhere or studying somewhere that has either a high crime rate or is politically unsafe. Indeed, if you are planning your travels for spring break, summer vacation or a winter holiday, you want to know where all the safe locations are.

    5 Money-Saving Travel Tips for College Students

    When you’re a college student, there’s nothing more fun than using your vacation time to go explore the world. Even if you’re earning your degree with online, you are going to need some vacation time here and there. You may not have a ton of money, but with a strong wanderlust, you can cover a lot of ground. You just have to know how to get around on a shoestring budget and how to find out about all the coolest events going on.