Date 05/10/2014 Categories Travel Blog
Fun Fact: Visit the ruins of one of the world’s most sophisticated and legendary cultures, the Mayans.
Date 05/07/2014 Categories Travel Blog, Africa & The Middle East, Zambia, Zimbabwe & Malawi
Nestled between Zambia and Zimbabwe is one of the most spectacular natural wonders in the world. Victoria Falls is a waterfall that is 1.7 kilometers wide and 108 meters tall, which makes it the largest in the world. This waterfall has to be seen, as it is a testament of […]
Fun Fact: Beach lovers, you’ll fall for Tela’s “Hidden Port.” Pristine beaches are ringed with verdant rain forests: paradise.
In a world that is increasingly tech-savvy, it can be hard to find mystique. However, there is one place in the world that maintains its ancient allure. The ruins of Machu Picchu are tucked away in the Andes Mountains of Peru and are home to a wealth of ancient mysteries. […]
Fun Fact: Don’t just soak in the Maldivian culture: participate in it! Join a dance class or learn to play the traditional bamboo and hide Bodu Beru drums.
Date 04/28/2014 Categories Travel Blog, Africa & The Middle East, Kenya
One of the most common words used to describe Kenya is “magical”. For evidence of this, all you need to do is watch the Wildebeest Migration at Maasi Mara. Over a million wildebeest follow the smell of rain in hopes of finding fresh grass. Not only is this an amazing […]
Date 04/26/2014 Categories Travel Blog
Fun Fact: The 18th Century Fortaleza de San Fernando de Omoa was built to protect the coast from pirates.
Date 04/24/2014 Categories Travel Blog
Fun Fact: San Lorenzo depends on tourism for its economic well being; local artisans offer wonderful goods for a bargain.
If you are looking for a little bit of Central American heat with a splash of Caribbean water, Belize is the place for you. Visitors to Belize will experience a place of total perfection where they can enjoy the best of both worlds. As soon as you step off of […]
Fun Fact: Close to Yojoa Lake, the Pulhapanzak waterfall is as grand as Niagara and drops a stunning 140 feet.