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How to Stay Safe in South Africa

South Africa is an amazing travel destination that consistently wows travelers of all ages, especially adventure lovers, but like most places in the world, there is a certain level of crime that travelers should be aware of before they set off to explore. To brush up on some key points to keep you safe, guest […]

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Weekend Nature Escapes near Cape Town

Cape Town, South Africa is known as one of the top spots where luxury travel and active travel converge. Whether its a relaxing beach break you’re after or a once-in-a-lifetime South African safari, this beautiful area of the world has just about everything. But, there’s even more to Cape Town than what’s on the beaten […]

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Tips for Going Off-the-Beaten-Path in Morocco

Morocco is a popular destination for travelers looking to get off the beaten path. With their never-ending winding streets, narrow passageways of the medinas and the famed exotic smells of the markets wafting through its most popular cities such as Fez and Marrakesh, Morocco can be magical. However, if you’re really looking to connect with this […]

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Exploring South Africa’s Garden Route

If the idea of scenic drives in lush green forests sandwiched between mountains and the Indian Ocean appeal to you, then the beautiful Garden Route of South Africa is definitely one to add to your travel bucket list. Guest contributor, René De Klerk, a South African travel and conservation journalist, takes us on a wonderful […]

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Diving with Great White Sharks in South Africa

Active travel means different things to different people. For some, hiking around the world is enough to get the old ticker pumping. But, for intrepid travelers like Carol and Mike Ivey from Curious Gypsies, only extreme heart-stopping activities will do. Hold on to your hats because the brave duo are taking us diving with Great […]

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A Baby Boomers Guide to Petra and other Jordanian Sites

With its intoxicating blend of the exotic and the historic, Jordan is a dream destination that deserves to be included on your list of bucket list trips, especially after reading our guide to Petra. However, exploring this enigmatic off-the-beaten-path destination takes quite a bit of planning for travelers of any age. Grueling uphill hikes through […]

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Discovering Pretoria’s Dinokeng Reserve

A South African safari is a common item on most travel bucket lists, but it’s not always an easy goal to achieve. However, today’s guest contributor, Sophie Kate Baker, is here to tell us how travelers with scheduled layovers in Johannesburg can make the most of their time by visiting the big five at the […]

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Safari through Uganda

When most people think of safari, they almost immediately think of Kenya. However, there are some various places in Africa where animal watching in their natural habitat is just as amazing. A safari through Uganda may not be the first option that comes to mind, but, from the looks of it, it should be. Let […]

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The Good and Bad: A Solo Female Trip to Morocco

Morocco is one of those locations that seem to impact people very differently. By most reports, it’s a beautifully chaotic travel destination, that may or may not be for the faint of heart. Unfortunately, it’s also one of those destinations that seem to garner a lot of safety warnings, especially for women traveling alone. Today’s […]

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