Mar 302017
 
Top Six Underwater Caves from around the World for a Diving Adventure

The underworld has always been an important part of mythologies all around the world. It has held to the reputation of being chaotic, mysterious, dark and other-worldly. Therefore, underwater adventures have a special charm for us all. And if an underwater adventure comes with the added thrill of doing it inside an ancient cave, the surge of excitement shoots through « Continue Reading »

Mar 292017
 
Four festivals from around the world that you can attend in April

If you want to know a country, participate in the celebration of one of its festivals. Festivals are the microcosms to the culture, history, traditions and lifestyle of a place. Not only they give you a brisk tour of the country and its way of life, they become the building blocks of your understanding of the people that inhabit the « Continue Reading »

Mar 102017
 
Bandana: A brief history of backpackers’ essential fashion item

Avid backpackers have a vibe about them. Habitually curious, invariably attentive and unfailingly mobile, it’s easy to spot them amidst a cohort of people. Apart from the intrinsic qualities that unite their brethren, an emerging wave of traveller’s fashion is fast-becoming a key to differentiate them from other tourists. Under the spotlight today are bandanas, a fashion item that isn’t « Continue Reading »

Sep 142016
 
Layman’s Guide to Duty-free Shopping

Duty-free shopping, as the name suggests, is shopping without paying duties. In simple words, stuff sold at an airport’s duty free shop is usually much cheaper as the duty is waived. Mostly, duty free shops are located in the Departures area and one can visit these shops after clearing security check and before boarding. However, there are exceptions. For instance, « Continue Reading »

Jul 252016
 
Useful Tips for Budget Travellers

Travel doesn’t need to burn a hole in your pocket every time you plan a vacation. A comfortable yet cost effective trip calls for nothing more than foresight, discretion and an ability to get out of your comfort zone. So, pack your bags for your next trip with the following budget-friendly tips in mind. Be Flexible in the Choice Of « Continue Reading »

Jun 232016
 

People travel for many reasons – to meet family or friends, for pleasure, for business, or to experience something new. No matter why you choose to travel, travelling does involve some amount of uncertainty and challenge. Travel apps for mobile can come in handy and help travellers breathe easy during challenging situations anywhere anytime.    Some of the best « Continue Reading »

Oct 172015
 
A Quick Travel Guide for Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Spread across an area of more than 2000 sq km, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is one of the most famous national parks in Australia’s North Territory. The park is home to the famous pilgrimage spot of Ayers Rock, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In fact, some locals consider the rock to be so sacred that they « Continue Reading »

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