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Wilderness Lodge, Arthur’s Pass – A Top Ten Eco-Lodge of the World

Nestled in a beech forest in New Zealand’s Arthur’s Pass National Park, Wilderness Lodge Arthur’s Pass is a 6000 acre nature reserve bringing together a working sheep farm with a One-of-a-kind wilderness adventure lodge, which offers sheep trips on its list of activities. The estate’s owners, leading figures in New Zealand’s conservation groups, have placed wildlife education at the core of the lodge’s focus, without sacrificing the fun, adventure and comfort a vacation experience here offers. At Wilderness Lodge, you can start your day by shearing a Merino sheep or feeding an orphaned lamb, before continuing on to the…

The Everglades National Park – Alligators, Fauna and More – A Fantastic Day Trip From Orlando!

When visiting Orlando Florida, you should definitely consider taking a trip to the Everglades National Park. No matter what time of year you visit Orlando, a trip to the park is always possible as it is open 365 days a year! There are several different entrances to the park and the opening and closing times vary.

Australia’s Outback – A Wide, Brown Land

Nobody really knows where the Australian Outback begins or ends. It is a state of mind, a mystic land of miners and cowboys (known as “ringers”) and wandering aborigines and tellers of tall stories. A journey through the Outback quickly reveals why most Australians rarely venture far from the creature comforts of the coast.

Exploring the Heel of Illinois, or I Don’t Even Know Where I Am

A companion article to Toe Tripping through southern Indiana, this article is about a road trip through southern Illinois ending up in Evansville with a short trip into Kentucky. Part of a series of articles about the Ohio River Valley as a vacation destination emphasizing history, humor, and personal commentary. Most of these road trips are off the beaten path, and include people we met or know, festivals we attended, and destinations of historical interest and/or nature areas such as parks and archaeological sites.

Not Another Gap Year Article!

The key to an awesome gap year is choosing your destinations and knowing what you want to achieve. Once you know your goals, you can work on getting the most out of your year out by looking at the different ways you can boost your CV and increase your employability by volunteering in a developing country or gaining international work experience.

Why You Really Should Choose a Luxury Safari

In Swahili the word for journey is safari which has become synonymous with a trip on which game viewing is the primary focus and although this is quite true it is just as important to make the journey itself as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. In choosing a luxury safari you are ensuring that as many of your requirements and expectations for a holiday are met and if possible exceeded. It is important that in the first instance you utilise the expertise and knowledge of a specialist in the field…

Why a Safari Is the Only African Holiday to Take

Although there are many exciting cities to visit throughout the vast African Continent – each with their unique attributes, cultures, languages and milestones in the timeline of human development – undoubtedly the most popular reason by far that people travel there is to experience a safari! An African safari is the stuff of legend, of blockbuster Hollywood films and countless wildlife documentaries but there is no substitute for actually being there; to be fanned by breezes flowing across the plains that create rolling seas of whispering grasses, searing heat rising in a shimmering line across the horizon…

Exclusive Wildlife Safaris to Kruger National Park

If you have been in South Africa, you must have visited the famous Kruger National Park from the north-eastern province of Mpumalanga. The safari park is nearly 20,000 square kilometers bordering Mozambique to the east and Zimbabwe to the north, only 440km drive from Johannesburg city center. There is no park that prepares tourists for South Africa safaris like Kruger.

Elements of a Good Travel Backpack

Travel is one of life’s greatest joys. And truth be told, anyone can see the world with just a satchel and a smile.

Whistler’s Crankworx: World’s Greatest Freeride Festival Held July 15-24, 2011

Whistler’s Kokanee Crankworx freestyle mountain biking festival runs from July 15-24, 2011. This action-packed event provides more than just athletic competition but also numerous activities, exhibits, and demonstrations. It’s one of mountain biking’s premier international events.

Hiking on the Popular Lake Louise Trail

Check out one of Canada’s most visited hiking trails near Chateau Lake Louise. It’s a popular summer route attracting visitors from around the world. Although it can be congested, it’s worth the effort as the views are stunning.

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