Did you know the US National Park Service has free entrance days in 2021? Between now and Veterans Day, you have a few chances left to explore America's more than 400 national parks and recreation areas...for free!
Glamping’s prominence is attributable to social media influencers promoting it as a sort of travel alternative. This trend in GLAMours camPING has led to an explosion of resorts. In this post we look at some of the best glamping sites in the US and around the world.
Seoul is the capital of South Korea brimming with sumptuous food, spectacular skyscrapers, and exciting shopping squares. Seoul attracts millions of tourists worldwide as the city has something exciting in every corner. This incredible city has bustling city life and endearing scenic beauty that makes it an ideal pick for family vacations. Excitement awaits you on every corner of Seoul, Korea with unique experiences to cherish. Be it Seoul's art museums or its surreal and picturesque nature, everything in the city is alluring. On the other hand, there are Buddhists temples, Pagodas, and Palaces that add to the beauty of the city. As you can see, the hi-fi squares and glitzy nightlife prominent in Seoul, there are various family-friendly attractions in the city to make it an enjoyable family destination.
South Korea has had a very long and rich history with multiple outside cultures influencing and merging with the native culture to create a new dynamic. Nowhere is this more evident than in the food of Korea. Rich, nuanced, layered, and outright delicious, anyone who visits Korea must absolutely indulge in some of Korea’s delicacies. Incredible Korean foods are not restricted to the high-end restaurants but are also a great unifier of people from all social milieus. With a strong work culture, most people of Korea prefer to eat out. This has resulted in a vibrant culture surrounding Korean street food that is not just delicious and pocket-friendly but is also healthy.
A staycation! A chance to take the mundane things you do every day and turn them into something Instagram-worthy. The morning beauty routine? Make it a spa extravaganza. Dinner for two? How about a locally-sourced, sustainable dining experience? Come along as we look at ways to bring some much-needed enjoyment to 2020. These are our suggestions for creating the perfect staycation.
To celebrate #IWD21, we’ve invited Wonji Lee to share with us her solo travel story. To get to know her a little bit, she is a travel blogger from Korea and she delivers her travel experience and stories through various forms of content - Youtube, Blog (Wonji Daily Life/원지의 하루). She is also the writer behind the inspirational travel book 제 마음대로 살아보겠습니다 (I will live my own way).
Sarasota Jungle Gardens are essentially a family attraction, but anyone who enjoys interacting with animals would appreciate the place. Sarasota has been a favorite of the natives of Florida since 1939 and homes more than 200 exotic native animals. Sarasota is spread over 10 acres of jungle trails and tropical vegetation. It serves as the perfect habitat with large spaces for the animals and birds to coexist. At the Sarasota Jungle Gardens, they strive to create the perfect ecosystem for the animals to thrive in.
Adventure-loving people understand the fun of travel. Whether by train, plane, car, or carriage, there are countless ways to go. Here we look at water transportation, in particular boating and river cruises. Boating is a great way to explore beautiful landscapes. It also provide ample opportunities for swimming, hiking, photography, relaxation, and onshore exploration.
This year, if you're looking for places with world-class runs and plenty of in-town entertainment, we've got you covered. In this updated essay we're taking a look across the United States to bring you the best of the best. These are the top American ski towns that will delight even non-skiers.
Yosemite National Park is the most visited national park in the western United States Different from the National Park with unique landscape in the southwest, Yosemite attracts tourists from all over the world by its mountains and rivers, lush forests, jagged cliffs carved by glaciers and rippling waters. When winter comes, Yosemite turns into a bright, clean white canvas.
Christmas is that time of year. In this special holiday guide, we’re taking a look at traditions in the United States. We’ll also toss in a few holiday vacation destination recommendations for good measure. This is our guide to Christmas traditions in the United States.
A quiet and low-key charming town, suitable for sports and relaxation, whether it is parachuting in summer, hiking in spring, autumn leaves watching, or winter skiing
Located in the Wanaka Lake District, Wanaka is less than 100 km from Queenstown and is considered the premier destination for tourism and holiday outside Queenstown. The outdoor activities here are comparable to Queenstown, and it is a must-see destination outside of Queenstown. It is suitable for a stay of 1-2 days.
The Alps have made Switzerland a ski paradise. It has the best pistes in the world and the coolest ski equipment. This album selects five of the most famous ski resorts, where not only masters can show off their ski skills, but also beginners can easily learn how to ski.
Sapporo: One of the Most Snowiest Cities
Sapporo in Hokkaido is a northern city known for the snow. The snowflake-shaped city emblem expresses the citizens' love for snowflakes.
All of Japan revels in the Sapporo Snow Festival, held every winter in Odori Park. Snow sculpture contestants use their imaginations to the fullest to bring the winter scenery to life, on display for tourists from all over the world!
The United States is blessed with incredible natural landscapes. America’s National Park Service operates and maintains some of the best national parks in the world. Here we’re highlighting five special parks where you can enjoy spectacular vistas, soaring waterfalls, stunning geysers, or powerful volcanoes. There is truly something for everyone in the American wilderness. Come discover the best times to visit the top-5 US national parks.
France, the quintessential travel destination. European old world charm. Rolling hills with vineyards stretching to the horizon. Quaint cafes tucked away in Parisian back alleys. Whether you love culture and history, natural scenery, seaside luxury, or just some heart-stopping mountain thrills, France has it all and more. Come along as we explore this great country. From the port cities on the English Channel to the storied towns on the French Riviera, we will highlight some must-see attractions and recommend ways to best enjoy the wonders on offer across the land.
It was once said about the Maldives that this is “where the blue sky and white clouds, the coconut trees and shadows, the clear water and white sand, are located in the paradise of the Indian Ocean.” This relatively small country comprises some 26 atolls. It is a place travelers yearn to visit, a place where couples venture for the perfect honeymoon, and a place to truly find rest and relaxation. In this short article, we will take a closer look at the Maldives and opportunities visitors will find there. We will profile some of the more developed atolls, and highlight some excellent sightseeing opportunities.
Turkey has long been a global crossroads. Straddling Europe and Asia, its lands have seen the rise and fall of vast empires including the Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman. This long history combines with pristine natural beauty. Black Sea resorts dot Turkey’s northern coast. Grand cathedrals and mosques line the Bosporus Straits in Istanbul. Picturesque islands are scattered in the Aegean Sea. And ancient ruins coexist with modern luxury along the Mediterranean coast. It is a land for travelers seeking something exotic yet familiar. In this and so many other ways, Turkey is the ideal blend.
Travel lovers have undoubtedly heard of or even visited Bali at some point. Beautiful scenery, divine beaches, dramatic volcanoes, temples, and genuine people…there’s much to appreciate. In recent years however, over-commercialization, large crowds, and pollution have begun to detract from Bali’s reputation as a tropical paradise.
Picturing beach resorts in Southeast Asia, Thailand’s Phuket, Indonesia’s Bali, and Philippines' Boracay probably come to mind. With tourists flocking to those locations, however, people who seek less populated shores must look elsewhere. White sand beaches, diving hotspots, fresh-from-the-ocean seafood, and a rapidly growing casino scene make Cambodia’s premier beach town of Sihanoukville a worthwhile destination.
For many, nature exists as a curiosity, as somewhere to visit or occasionally recreate. There are those rare places, however, where one finds harmony in nature. Places time seems to have forgotten. Places where ancient creatures roam, and where the landscape seems conjured from the imagination. Komodo National Park is such a place.
As lumbering land mammals, we humans can but imagine the freedom experienced by creatures who call the oceans home. Some 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water. The oceans remain the last great frontier of Earthly adventure. With new species to discover and countless unexplored regions, let’s take a journey beneath the waves. As mere visitors to the underwater realms, diving affords us a modicum of understanding this part of our great blue planet. Here we will consider some of the world’s best diving locations. For the vast majority of people, diving is both easiest and most enjoyable in the rich tropical waters circling the globe at the equator. Vast coral reefs shelter mesmerizing life forms, ones whose colors and numbers astound. These are the world’s best diving locations.
In the western Philippines, there is an island archipelago with unique geology and majestic scenery. Known locally as “Heaven on Earth,” travelers who venture there cannot help but to agree. El Nido sits on the northern tip of Palawan Island, roughly 420 kilometers south-west of Manila. Owing to its location as part of the Sunda tectonic plate, the geology on El Nido is unlike anywhere else in the Philippines.
Picture yourself standing in a quiet field. Snow crunches underfoot as you shift your weight, gazing towards the heavens. Your breath forms a frosty mist in the air. In the distance, a dogsled pulls its passenger over the frozen fields. Slowly, almost imperceptibly, the skies above begin to glow. Great rivers of color swirl high overhead and soon the entire sky appears on fire; an eerie greenish light casting shadows far below.