More often than not, travelers get introduced to Alaska when traveling on a cruise ship. There’s plenty of great reasons to explore Alaska on a cruise, but it’s not the only way. Being on the road offers its own advantages.
From steep cliffs and stunning coastline, to famous wine regions, New Zealand offers a colorful variety of surprises.
New Zealand doesn’t get the credit it deserves. As a vacation destination, most folks don’t have pre-conceived notions about any big ticket items, or automatic must-dos while there. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t there. It just means that New Zealand good at keeping secrets.
When many people think of seeing the Aurora Borealis they also envision frigid locations – thinking that being cold and seeing the Northern Lights go hand in hand. The good news is, you don’t have to always have winter weather. In Fairbanks, Alaska there are some amazing spots to take in the show, without needing snow.
It’s not Hollywood, but downtown Los Angeles has found its own way to shine.
There are so many things to love about Sydney, Australia. It’s the type of place you can go back to again and again and find something new every time. But for the first-time visitor, there are some must-dos that stand out, get you out, and keep you moving.
Technically an international adventure for US West coast residents, it’s easy to forget how close British Columbia really is. And with its mild climate, getting outside is a given and the assorted views won’t disappoint.
When planning a vacation, sometimes you know exactly what you’ll find when you arrive. But sometimes destinations can offer unexpected, surprises or extras you never imagined. Even when you’ve done your research, sometimes you have to see a place, to believe it. Dubai is one of those places.
Mexico City is all the buzz these days, but for folks who are used to Mexico’s beach scene, it might as well be a whole new world.
So many places to see, so little time. Vacation choices can be tough, especially when you’re planning a once in a lifetime trip to faraway destinations like Asia or Europe. But there is a way to have some of both in one trip. Just head to Macao.
Like Hong Kong – which is just 37 miles away – Macau, is a special administrative region of China. It essentially governs itself, but is still a part of China.