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    Always Wanderlust

  • A Day in Dubrovnik: Things to Do
    The Croatian city of Dubrovnik is a hugely popular tourist destination and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Set on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, it is a mixture of old architecture and new, brimming with influences from across the ages. It offers stunning views out to sea and is... Read more »
  • Travel Photo – The Milky Way in Shira Camp 2 at Kilimanjaro
    The Milky Way in Shira Camp 2 at Kilimanjaro This was one of the more pleasant hikes in the 8 Day Lemosho Route. The whole trek was grueling and you’ll need all 8 days to get you in tip-top shape to tackle Uhuru Peak on the 7th day. Summit success... Read more »
  • Travel Photo – Mount Kilimanjaro Under the Milky Way
    It’s long been on my Bucket List to climb one of the “Seven Summits, the highest peaks in the 7 continents.” Normally, there would be swathes of tourists and would-be climbers to this world-famous mountain. However, the Covid-19 pandemic has offered us the rare opportunity to experience this trek almost... Read more »
  • Moscow Subway Stations to Check Out When You’re in Russia
    Enjoy these awesome metro stations in Moscow, Russia - The most gorgeous underground palace in the world! The post Moscow Subway Stations to Check Out When You’re in Russia appeared first on Always Wanderlust.... Read more »
  • What’s in my Camera Bag? A Photography Gear Guide!
    Gear. Whether we admit to it or not, we are obsessed with camera gear as photographers. I get asked the “What camera or lens are you using?” question often enough that if I had a dime for each time I’ve heard it, I’ll be able to buy the Sony FE... Read more »
  • Six Stunning Destinations to Visit where it’s Not Crowded
    One of the reasons why people travel is to relax and get away from the daily stresses of life. Unfortunately, visiting famous tourist destinations can be such a hassle and stressful sometimes due to the throngs of tourists. Thankfully, there are many places in the world that are stunning, but... Read more »
  • Photo of the Day – Seattle Space Needle & Mount Baker
    It took some detective work to get this shot. First, Mount Baker is roughly 88 miles away from Seattle so you’ll need a very clear day for it to be visible in the city – which, in itself, is rare in the Pacific Northwest. On the flip side, the air... Read more »
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    Travel Dudes

  • Tips on How to Take Better Travel Photos
    Interested in travel photography, but not a professional? Here are a few tips on how to take better travel photos from an amateur. The post Tips on How to Take Better Travel Photos appeared first on Travel Dudes.... Read more »
  • 3 Days in Amsterdam: What Not to Miss
    From the world’s best museums to the legendary Red Light District and cruises in the canals, here's how to spend 3 days in Amsterdam!  The post 3 Days in Amsterdam: What Not to Miss appeared first on Travel Dudes.... Read more »
  • Top Croatia Travel Tips
    Croatia is considered one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Here we have a few good travel tips for you... The post Top Croatia Travel Tips appeared first on Travel Dudes.... Read more »
  • The Best Beaches in Montenegro to Visit
    Here are five of the best beaches in Montenegro to visit, from the popular tourist beaches to the hidden gems only known by locals. The post The Best Beaches in Montenegro to Visit appeared first on Travel Dudes.... Read more »
  • The Best Sustainable Luggage Combination for Digital Nomads
    Here is the perfect combination of sustainable luggage for digital nomads, including a check-in bag, cabin bag, backpack and cross-over bag. The post The Best Sustainable Luggage Combination for Digital Nomads appeared first on Travel Dudes.... Read more »
  • How to Use an eSIM for USA Travel
    Here's how to use a travel eSIM while traveling in the US, including what it is, eSIM compatible phones and why it's useful when in the US. The post How to Use an eSIM for USA Travel appeared first on Travel Dudes.... Read more »
  • How to Get a Sri Lanka Tourist Visa
    Here's everything you need to know about applying for a tourist visa for Sri Lanka including the Sri Lanka ETA visa and visa on arrival. The post How to Get a Sri Lanka Tourist Visa appeared first on Travel Dudes.... Read more »
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    Hand Luggage Only

  • 12 Very Best Islands To Visit In The Cyclades, Greece
    There’s no denying how much I love Greece! It’s a country that’s filled with beautiful places to visit and history and culture that’s second to none, especially in the gorgeous Cyclades Islands. From gorgeous islands like Santorini and Mykonos – to lesser-known gems, there’s a heap of the best islands... Read more »
  • 12 Very Best Things To Do In Albany, New York
    Being the capital, Albany is a totally great spot to visit whilst visiting some of the top spots in New York State. Yes, it’s a city that’s sometimes overshadowed by its Sibling city, New York, but it’s certainly worth visiting – especially when driving the eastern fringes towards Vermont. Trust... Read more »
  • 14 Very Best Things To Do In Zakynthos, Greece
    Trust me when I say that Greece is a special place! Not only does it have some incredibly historic cities like Athens, but it also has a load of epic places dotted all across the country. That being said, for me, it’s the stunning Greek islands that are totally beautiful... Read more »
  • 11 Very Best Things To Do In Atlantic City, New Jersey
    Perched on the coastline of New Jersey, Atlantic City has been a firm favourite of east coasters since the nineteenth century; and not too much has changed. With loyal visitors and enough saltwater taffy to feed a nation, it’s the kind of city that’s great for a weekend trip away.... Read more »
  • 14 Very Best Places On A Big Sur Road Trip In California
    The west coast of California is totally beautiful to visit! Filled with epic drives, seaside towns and parks that stretch for miles; it’s the kind of place that’s perfect to explore. This is especially true when thinking about driving and spotting all the best places on a Big Sur Road... Read more »
  • 11 Best Things To Do In Portland, Oregon
    Perched on the western fringes of the United States, Portland is one of Oregon’s largest cities to explore. With oodles of parks, easy access to some epic Oregon hikes and mountains of foodie spots, it’s the kind of city that’s perfect for a trip away! The only hard thing will... Read more »
  • 11 Very Best Things To Do In Philadelphia, USA
    Perched within the gorgeous state of Pennsylvania, on the other side of the state from Pittsburgh, Philadelphia is a city steep in history and culture to explore. Not only that, it has enough foodie spots to keep you stuffed during your trip! Trust me, with so many incredible and best... Read more »
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    Be My Travel Muse

  • 17 Best Countries to Travel Alone for the First Time
    Hey, I know that going on your first solo trip can be nerve-wracking, from deciding to go, to planning it, to actually going. I was surprised to find — and I think this is a common experience — that the hardest part was making the decision to go. Once I... Read more »
  • VideoWhere to Travel this April in the USA
    Whether you’re from another country or an American who wants to explore more of the United States, there’s always a good time to do it. If the phrase “April showers bring May flowers” has discouraged you from traveling because of the rain, I’m here to tell you that April is... Read more »
  • The Ultimate Mexico Packing List
    Mexico is a vast country with a diverse landscape in which you can find varying climates and ecosystems. To generalize about the entire country based on just one destination would be silly, because every region is completely different and offers a unique experience. With that in mind, packing for a... Read more »
  • Everything You Need to Know About Renting a Car in Mexico
    This post was written by Emily Becker, who is a Mexico-based freelance writer for BMTM. Considering renting a car in Mexico? It can be a bit nerve-wracking if you’ve never done it. After all, driving in a foreign country comes with its own sets of rules, safety concerns, and potential... Read more »
  • 14 of the Best + Secret Beaches in Mexico
    This post was written by Emily Becker, who is a Mexico-based freelance writer for BMTM. Having lived in Mexico for two years, I’ve been to my fair share of amazing beaches. With thousands of miles of coastline on the Pacific side, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean, there’s plenty... Read more »
  • Is Oaxaca Safe? What You Need to Know As a Solo Traveler
    This post was written by Emily Becker, who is a Mexico-based freelance writer for BMTM. Oaxaca is a state in southern Mexico that has a glorious reputation for being one of the most culturally vibrant places in the country. The state is mountainous, with a rugged coastline that gives way... Read more »
  • 12 of the Best Beaches in Oaxaca, Mexico
    This post was written by Emily Becker, who is a Mexico-based freelance writer for BMTM. Towering cliffs, secret coves, medium-grain sand, and crashing waves characterize the coast of the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. The beaches here, on the Pacific side of Mexico, are a far cry from the white... Read more »
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    The Planet D - Adventure Travel

  • 4 Days in Oaxaca City, Mexico – The Ultimate Itinerary
    Ready to plan your trip to Oaxaca City, Mexico? Oaxaca is among the top Mexico travel destinations, especially for cultural travelers and food lovers. The Oaxaca itinerary in this article ... Continue Reading Read the original post 4 Days in Oaxaca City, Mexico – The Ultimate Itinerary on The Planet... Read more »
  • Ultimate One Week Yucatan Road Trip Itinerary
    Ready to start planning your Yucatan itinerary? If you’re looking for slightly off-the-beaten-path towns and sites to visit in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, you’re in the right place. This seven-day Yucatan ... Continue Reading Read the original post Ultimate One Week Yucatan Road Trip Itinerary on The Planet D: Adventure Travel... Read more »
  • 15 Touristy Things to Do in Malibu
    Ten miles north of Santa Monica, Malibu is the perfect destination for a holiday. The near-perfect weather and long golden beaches have attracted Hollywood celebrities to its shores for decades. ... Continue Reading Read the original post 15 Touristy Things to Do in Malibu on The Planet D: Adventure Travel... Read more »
  • Italian Food: 27 Italian Dishes to Try in Italy or at Home
    If you believe in a higher power, Italy proves they have favorites. Not only does the country have some of the most beautiful cities in the world and is full ... Continue Reading Read the original post Italian Food: 27 Italian Dishes to Try in Italy or at Home on... Read more »
  • 24 Best Things to do in Denver in 2022
    Colorado is full of fantastic cities to visit. From Colorado Springs to Grand Junction, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained across the state. However, Denver definitely takes the cake. ... Continue Reading Read the original post 24 Best Things to do in Denver in 2022 on The Planet D:... Read more »
  • Where to stay in Cinque Terre, Italy: The Best Towns And Villages
    Cinque Terre is one of the most stunning places in Italy. Of course, Italy is full of beautiful cities and amazing things to do, yet Cinque Terre has a unique, captivating hold over visitors. The ... Continue Reading Read the original post Where to stay in Cinque Terre, Italy: The Best Towns And Villages on... Read more »
  • 26 Best Things to do in Manhattan in 2022
    When you think of New York, Manhattan is usually the first borough that springs to mind. There are endless things to do in Manhattan, and the borough has celebrity status. If ... Continue Reading Read the original post 26 Best Things to do in Manhattan in 2022 on The Planet D:... Read more »
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    Practical Wanderlust

  • The 10 Best Weekend Getaways in Florida (& Over 60 Activities!)
    Sandy, sweeping beaches. Old, haunted cities with lots of ghost stories. Lots & lots of seafood. Florida is nicknamed the Sunshine State, with an average of 237 sunny days a year. It's truly the land of a million sandy beaches, theme parks, and a whole lot of things to do.... Read more »
  • The Perfect 5-Day Switzerland Itinerary
    Snow-covered Alps. Pristine, glimmering lakes. Lots of cheese and chocolate. Switzerland is at once modern and historic, where you can cross a wooden bridge adorned with 15th-century paintings, as well as take a train up a mountain to see the Matterhorn up close and personal. Nature here is imminent, beauty... Read more »
  • 28 Epic Things to do in Lassen National Park, California: The Ultimate Guide to Lassen
    Bubbling thermal springs. Volcanic peaks and craters. Pristine turquoise lakes. Lassen Volcanic National Park, located in the northeast corner of California, is an under-the-radar National Park home to a prehistoric landscape dotted with thermal hot spots and volcanoes. It's so otherworldly, it almost feels like you're on another planet! Here's everything... Read more »
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    Ottsworld Unique Travels

  • Istanbul Neighborhoods: How to Choose Where to Stay?
    In a city of 13 million people covering 2000 square miles, how do you know where to begin? Istanbul is one of the largest cities in the Mediterranean and it is easily the largest city in Turkey. It’s been growing since the 1950s when migrants from Anatolia flocked to the... Read more »
  • Where to Find the Best Patios in Denver – Go to Arvada
    It’s summer! Do you feel it…the pull to be outside as much as we can? In Denver Colorado where we have sun 300 days a year (our best-kept not-so-secret), it’s the perfect region for outdoor dining, drinking, games, markets, and events. The front range comes alive as restaurants and bars... Read more »
  • Travel Disasters and How to Minimize Them
    Sponsored Content by Medjet but personal stories and tips from Sherry If you’ve traveled for any time at all, then you have one of those stories… a close call, the story of the time that was nearly a travel disaster – or maybe you had an actual travel disaster. I... Read more »
  • Weekend in Denver: Where to Eat, Stay, and Play
    At 5,280 feet above sea level, the Mile High City offers culture, history, galleries, great restaurants, and brewpubs. A weekend in Denver is the perfect way to sample what the city has to offer. Denver is known as the Napa Valley of craft beer, where eating and drinking rank up... Read more »
  • 2 days in Portland Oregon: How to Spend a Weekend Eating Donuts and Working Them Off
    It had been 10 years since I set foot in eclectic, weird Portland and I have many fond memories of my visits there. However, Portland’s destination image has taken a major hit because of COVID-19, political violence, and public safety concerns over the last few years. This of course made... Read more »
  • What to expect on a Galapagos Cruise to the Eastern Islands
    I stepped from the zodiac raft to the cement jetty on the small Island of Plaza Sur; I had finally made it to the Galapagos Islands. I stood there for a moment soaking it in, looking around at the sea lions and iguanas unphased by my presence. Birds circled us... Read more »
  • Video13 Things To Know Before You Book a Galapagos Islands Holiday
    Sometimes I think I’ve seen it all when it comes to travel…and then I go to a destination that blows my mind and makes me realize that I have a lot yet to see! My Galapagos Islands holiday was full of learning opportunities, but most of all it was full... Read more »

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