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The Splendid Castles Of The Loire Valley

The Loire Valley is not just a very picturesque and historic region in France – it is also home to three magnificent castles. If you are planning an amazing vacation in this French region, make sure to include these chateaus, which offer tours to the public. And if you have the budget, why not stay a night in one of these real castles? By staying overnight, you can fully explore the castle’s interior and get to know its glorious past.

The Estancia Los Potreros in Argentina

The nation of Argentina has a long history and strong culture that involve horses. In the nation’s countryside, the iconic cowboys, called gauchos continue to enrich such culture.

Osaka, The Cultural Haven You Must Visit

Osaka is a fascinating city. It’s filled to the brim with delicious food and plenty of tourist attractions. However, it’s the less than obvious that will catch you offguard. We’ve been to Osaka twice now, each visit with a different focus. In our first trip we admired Osaka for its famous aquarium, its engimatic skyscrapers, and its shopping.

Eco-Destinations in India

The problem with trying to find ecologically friendly accommodation in India is that, realising the money to be made from green and ethically responsible travel, many places have jumped on the ‘eco’ bandwagon that are nothing of the sort. Here are a few ‘eco’ options in India. It is worthwhile taking the time to research each of the options to make sure they truly meet the ecological and ethical standards you would expect.

Qualities of a Good Eco Resort

There are a growing number of eco resorts popping up around the globe to cater for the many people who want to travel sustainably. It is easy to find resorts that carry the ‘eco’ label but harder to find one that truly embodies the environmental and cultural ideals of a true ecologically friendly resort. Here are some things that will distinguish a good eco resort, so when choosing your sustainable travel accommodation you should consider whether your choice offers the following: Accommodation is made from reclaimed or natural materials: Sometimes huts may be made from mud,…

Alternatives to Mass Tourism

Mass tourism is not sustainable. It is bad for the planet and bad for people. It perpetuates a system of unfair shares, greed and laziness and at some point it will not be able to continue.

How to Travel for a Living: Some Ideas

Travelling for a living is many people’s idea of a dream life. But how can you go about making that dream a reality? There are many jobs that allow you to do some travelling, but here are a few options that, if you are lucky and hard working, could enable you to live life on the road, travelling from place to place, meeting new people and seeing and doing exciting new things: Travel Writer Of course, making a living as a writer is never easy.

4 Tips for Having a Safe Traveling Throughout the World

Traveling to a new place is certainly a thrilling excitement that every traveler loves to enjoy. Using some safety tips, you can make your journey the most memorable trip of your life.

White Water Rafting on The Beautiful Rio Upano, Ecuador

Known as the River of the Sacred Waterfalls, Rio Upano is a prime white water rafting destination in Ecuador. This trip is considered the finest in the world because of the outstanding jungle scenery that will unfold before your eyes.The rafting season is during the months of October through February. Participants do not need rafting experience for this trip but you need to be at least 15 years of age and a good swimmer.

The Aeolian Island of Stromboli

An introduction to the Aeolian Island of Stromboli. This volcanic island is a must-see for keen hikers, nature lovers and adventurers.

Hiking in Corsica

The beautiful French Island of Corsica has some of the best sandy beaches of the Mediterranean, and some fascinating historical attractions and landmarks. But no discussion of this stunningly beautiful island would be complete without talking about the amazing hiking opportunities to be found across the rugged, mountainous terrain. For those in the know, Corsica’s GR20 is one of the toughest but best long distance walks in Europe.

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