Traveling on a budget doesn’t have to mean skimping on the extras. Budget conscious travelers can experience holidays that make them feel both pampered and luxurious. Travel coupons are there for the taking if you know where to look. Follow these top five tips and you’re budget vacation is sure to be one of the best you’ve ever had. (more…)
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The great European capitals are known for their charm, variety and energy, but they’re also famously expensive. Well, that doesn’t necessarily have to be true. Wherever there’s a big city there are plenty of things to do on a budget, and London is certainly no exception (more…)
A lot of us are eager to see what a cruise is like, but we may also be a little intimidated by the price. Cruises come off as expensive, but like anything, they can be cheap or they can be expensive.
If you’ve always wanted to go on a cruise, I suggest you do! They are a great experience, a nice way to spend a vacation and there is always something to do. Don’t let the cost get in the way, instead work with the cost to make it cheaper. (more…)
There is nothing more exciting than knowing you’re about to take a vacation. Between getting out of your hometown, leaving the office, and spending time with your family, it doesn’t get much better than that!
Although, I’m sure that both you and your partner can agree that traveling with just the two of you was much easier than it is now with children. It can be difficult, but it can definitely be done, you just need to plan ahead a few days earlier! To make sure your vacation runs smoothly, here are some tips to consider when traveling with the little ones. (more…)
Posted on: January 6th, 2011 | steph No Comments
As traveling across the globe becomes easier and, in some cases, cheaper, there is no shortage of vacation destinations for the avid traveler. That also means, however, that finding a special place, untouched by tourism, will become much more difficult. If you are the type who wants to travel cheaply, and who desires an off-the-beaten-path experience, consider traveling through the organization WWOOF, or Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms. WWOOF, and various other similar organizations, enable travelers to connect with farmers who require seasonal help on organic farms. In exchange for 5 to 6 hours of work per day, 5 to 6 days per week, a volunteer will be given both food and lodging. “WWOOFing”, as the work-exchange is typically called, is an excellent way to experience rural life at its fullest, learn the basics of organic farming, while meeting new people, both travelers and locals alike. (more…)
Posted on: October 20th, 2010 | admin No Comments
When you want to take a vacation that is simply out of this world, there are few choices as great as Cozumel, Mexico. There are plenty of remarkable activities and attractions for kids and adults alike. In addition to caves and amazing Mayan Ruins, you can find off-road vehicle tours, golf, and world class dining and shopping. Adults will also find that the area offers a nightlife that is beyond compare. To really get the most from your vacation in Cozumel, there are a few tips that you can follow.
From the sub tropical Bay of Islands, through the volcanic heart onto the stretches of Middle Earth that gave rise to LOTR, all the way down to majestic alpine and fjord lands from where the South Pole is but a short swim, New Zealand has become a destination for all tastes.
Yet with all of the above, there is one place that sits like a jewel in the crown of New Zealand, an alpine wonderland tethered to a lake that sparkles all year round and outshines all other reasons to visit New Zealand.