The Cheapest Times to Fly in 2013

Every travel junkie knows that it is not advisable to fly in the peak of the summer because that is when plane ticket costs are at its highest. If you want to book a flight without bleeding your wallet dry, USA Today’s travel expert Rick Seaney offers these sound advice for flying cheap in 2013. […]

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Anti-Valentine’s Day Getaway Spots

We feel you, single people. You abhor the cheesiness of Valentine’s Day, which you prefer calling “Single Awareness Day,” and you just want to get away from the romantic madness. If you have the resources to travel abroad, you can take a break at these places for the perpetual singles, the romantic cynics, and even […]

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Places in Rome Where It’s Less Crowded, But Just As Splendid

Rome has so much to offer, but tourists often end up visiting the usual sites like the Colosseum and Vatican City. Whitney Webster, a contributor for Conde Nast Traveler, provides a list of great alternatives to classic attractions located in the City of Seven Hills. Skip the Colosseum; Visit the Baths of Caracalla While the […]

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5 Most Dangerous Mountains for Climbers

For mountain climbers, these towering landforms bring excitement and challenge at the same time. Some mountains, however, are so challenging they could put even the most experienced climbers to submission, especially if they are not careful enough. Here are some of the most dangerous mountains to climbers. Annapurna (pictured) – The tenth highest mountain, located […]

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5 Myths About Ecotourism

You always have an image in your head whenever you hear “ecotourism”: camping in absolute wilderness, long days of strenuous hiking, cooking meals on a camp stove. However, there is a lot more about ecotourism than enjoying nature on the barest of necessities. For the International Ecotourism Society, ecotourism is defined as “responsible travel to […]

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