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The Experiential Travel Trend!

George Oberle
By George Oberle Posted  in

The economy is on the mend, the baby boomers are entering retirement and the millennial generation is now in their 30’s with more earning power. These factors and other societal trends spell greater demand for experiential travel.

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10 Unusual Destinations for Millennial Travelers

Chris Richardson
By Chris Richardson Posted  in

Taking into consideration the daring nature of millennials, it should not come as a surprise that they love exploring unusual places. So, if you are interested in some of the unusual travel destinations which millennials are keen on visiting, keep on reading!

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Things To Know The Next Time You Fly With Your Dog

Emily Watts
By Emily Watts Posted  in

Flying with dogs is not just a matter of paying for its space but a policy issue specific to airlines. If you are planning to fly with your dog, here below are some crucial tips to read.

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Tour Gettysburg’s Historical Sites

Mark Slaney
By Mark Slaney Posted  in

There are many interesting sites for tourists to learn about the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania where the Civil War was once fought. By going to some of the museums and battle grounds, you can learn about the reasons why the war occurred, the summary of each battle sequence, and what the soldiers went through for their country.

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A Few Tips Before Starting a Travel Blog

Grace Carter
By Grace Carter Posted  in

Many of us dream of starting our own travel blog. We see some individuals exploring far-off destinations with a smile on their face and all they have to do is share their experiences with the world. Sounds like the perfect life, right? With this in mind, you may be tempted to start your own travel blog. However, before you book the next flight to another side of the world, here are several tips you need to know that can help you make the best start.

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5 Places Every Student Should Visit at Least Once

Olivia Ryan
By Olivia Ryan Posted  in

If you are a student who wants to explore the world, you should know the best destinations for your trip. In this post, I will show you the top 5 places every student should visit at least once. Let’s check them out!

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Travel as Much as You Can and as Far as You Can!

Palash Mohane
By Palash Mohane Posted  in

Travel as much as you can, as far as you can, as long as you can.” — Life is not meant to be lived in one place. This is not just a quote, but words which may redefine your life.  Travel will expose you to other people, open your eyes to other ways of living life and help you explore the world and most importantly, help you learn who you really are. Once you travel to exotic places, you will never think the same. To those who’ve never traveled to other countries, I say travel. You will never regret it.

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Why Work & Travel Go Together Like Wine & Cheese

Victoria Greene
By Victoria Greene Posted  in

Working while you travel can make your globetrotting dreams a reality. But for some, the thought of having to get a job in another country can be overwhelming. The stress of finding suitable positions and making ends meet can put people off the idea of travel entirely.

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Discover the Wonders of Morocco’s UNESCO Sites

Maria Bella
By Maria Bella Posted  in

Morocco offers amazing World Heritage Sites that are believed by UNESCO to be of remaining national or natural importance. The value of these historical sites provide a window to the past and worth preserving. Most of the traditional heritage sites are ancient in nature and deliver evidence of the way primary philosophies of how the people lived their day-to-day lives.

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How to Make Friends Traveling While Staying in Youth Hostels

Alice Ross
By Alice Ross Posted  in

As someone who backpacks a lot, I believed that hostels are the best place to stay especially if you are traveling solo. Youth Hostels are cheap and offer complete amenities to make your stay comfortable enough. If you have not been in a hostel and you don’t know what it is, basically it’s a hotel, except they offer dormitory beds where you will be sleeping in a room with other guests. Hostels are an ideal place if you’re traveling on a budget because they are usually much cheaper than hotel rooms.

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