Dubai is the type of place that can accommodate everyone with their different interests, budgets and preferences. Here are 5 things you can do when you have a long layover in Dubai!
As a solo female traveller, I’ve visited many countries around the world. Some make for comfortable experiences, others are more challenging. Here are my personal top five women-friendly countries.
While it’s always fun to explore distant landscapes, soak up foreign cultures and immerse yourself in the history of a faraway land, sometimes all you want to do is let your hair down and dance the night away! Here’s our pick of some of the best cities around the world to let your hair down and party!
There’s a big wide world out there and many first-time backpackers can’t wait to get out and explore each and every corner of it. That first trip away from home will always linger in your memories - for better or for worse!
Why is Bali heaven?! Because you can find everything here. Beaches, mountains, volcanos, spiritual places, clubs, pubs, amazing coffee, good food, surfers, pretty girls and so much more.
The Moroccan city of Marrakech can be perfectly described with just one word – exotic – and it is the ideal location in which to dip your toe into African waters. It has long been regarded as a gateway into the continent, and a wonderful jump-off point for exploring deeper in this much-misunderstood region of the world.
As one of the natural wonders of the world, Grand Canyon is not just a spectacular tourist attraction. It truly speaks to your soul and interacts with your subconscious. This beauty, historical and cultural meanings make us a step closer to something sublime. The greatness of Grand Canyon is way beyond any estimation. After all, this natural miracle takes us back millions of years.
Acadia National Park is a place where mountains meet the ocean. Most of its territory is located on the Mount Desert Island. But a part of the Schoodic Peninsula, as well as some small surrounding islands, are also considered a part of the National Park.
You’ve heard of the Appalachian Trail, but you might not have heard of the White Mountains. You’ll find them about 110 miles north of Boston, taking up a large proportion of New Hampshire. The White Mountain National Forest boasts some truly breathtaking scenery, with around 100 miles of the Appalachian trail traversing through here.