Your Road Trip Guide To 2014

Your Road Trip Guide To 2014: Five Destinations Worth The Mileage in the US

A road trip can be a way to refresh your spirit after a hectic year of work and family activities. Cruising down an open road, with new sights, sounds and personalities along More »

sand beaches in India

A guide to the top beaches in Karnataka

India's home to some pretty spectacular beaches, but I think it's fair to say that Goa is the destination that usually springs to mind when you mention beach breaks here. But there More »

coastline in Croatia

Why visit Croatia?

Croatia is increasingly becoming a popular holiday destination with families and solo travellers alike. But what is it that is drawing ever growing numbers of Brits to this part of Europe? Read on More »

blue water in the Caribbean

The 5 Best Places for Snorkeling in the Caribbean

For many, snorkeling in the Caribbean’s crystalline turquoise waters and swimming with some of the world’s most fascinating underwater wildlife encompasses the perfect getaway. However, as there are so many incredible snorkeling More »

cathedral in Leon, NIcaragua

Central American City Travel Guide

Central America is renowned for many things: its volcanic activity; its wildlife; its beaches; its Maya ruins and its sunshine. But as a city break destination? However, in my opinion, no Central More »

 

Best Restaurants in Fort Lauderdale

Ft. Lauderdale is a popular vacation destination for its miles of beaches and colorful reefs. While there are several restaurants that are well-known for their ability to draw in tourists, the real gems are those that garner loyal attention from the locals. Dine like a Floridian at the best restaurants in Fort Lauderdale. Calypso in Pompano Though it’s a bit outside Fort Lauderdale, locals are happy to make the drive a few minutes north to Pompano for Calypso. This seafood restaurant infuses Read more [...]

When is it still worthwhile to use a travel agent?

In this era of self-serve travel planning, it's easy to assume that the travel agent is a dinosaur well on its way to extinction. While this has been the case for the past decade, the pendulum has begun to swing back in the other direction lately, as many people have found the burden of coordinating their own travels to be a drain on their energy and their personal time. When is it worthwhile to use a travel agent? The following three scenarios are excellent examples of when it makes sense Read more [...]

What is the difference between camping and glamping?

Across America, the warm sunny days of summer are beginning to spread across the land, and the desire of outdoor lovers to get out into the outstanding natural spaces of this country is rising along with it. For generations, most of these folks would gather together groundsheets, sleeping bags, a camp stove, a cooler, and a tent, and head for the mountains, the forests, and the coastlines around the USA to take in the outdoors, rain or shine. In more recent years though, outdoor recreation providers, Read more [...]

Heading To Costa Rica? Here Are The Top Things To Do In Montezuma…

If you are wondering what the top things to do in Montezuma are, then you're in luck. This section is going to discuss in brief detail what expectations you should establish. One the things you must know about this place is that it is a remote fishng village in Costa Rica, so you'll have to endure a long travel time to get to it. You don't have to worry about the expenses though because the fares are affordable. Besides, Montezuma only grew in popularity in the 1980's because of the affordable Read more [...]