Dead Sea`s Trek and Walk Adventure

      The Dead Sea has a unique historical and legacy of its own, although sparsely populated and serenely quiet, the place is believed to be the site of five biblical cities, which much of a landscape virtually unchanged since ancient times, its a favorite spot for a holiday. Just about 45 minutes from Amman this landlocked salt-lake is…

Maldives The Perfect Holiday

      Maldives officially Republic of Maldives, is considered to be the most breath taking sight on earth by many, almost 1,200 islands lie scattered across the turquoise waters of the Indian ocean, fringed by sandy beaches and amazing coral reefs, vivid with rainbow hued fish, these islands are havens of peace and restfulness. Maldives offers some of the…

Suitcase Packing Tips and Advice

  Packing for a holiday is totally exciting but for some, it’s a nightmare, although many of us love to travel and be on holiday, but very few of us loves to pack things, we all have the tendency to just dump everything in the suitcase without any thought, especially when it’s a rush, but did you ever come across…

Hiking and Biking in Moab

Canyonlands National Park Canyonlands National Park, 257,640-acres of sandstone pillars, arches, and canyons that looks like they sprang from the pages of a Dr. Suess book, is a playground for adults. Whether you’re looking to tackle a multiday, 100-mile-plus bike ride, climb a dramatic rock spire in the middle of the desert, or backpack through narrow slot canyons with 4,000-year-old…

Time for a Road Trip!

Ah, the road trip, one of the most memorable experiences of anyone’s life, no matter how far you go or for what reason. A road trip is the best way to make an otherwise mundane journey into the most enjoyable memories of a lifetime. A road trip is the best way to explore a country, to get in touch with…

20 Things I Learned From Traveling Around the World

Travel for long enough and one day you wake up to realize: This is no longer a vacation, it’s your life. Over one year ago I quit my job and decided to travel around the world. This was both a dream 10 years in the making and one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Night train from Belgrade to…

How to Charter a Private Jet!

Private jet clubs like NetJets, Regent Jet, and BlackJet have proliferated for a decade along with – and no doubt because of – the indignities of flying on commercial airlines. These high-altitude clubs offer superlative service at a price: 50 hours of NetJets airtime can go for $550,000, making private jetting a massive expenditure for anyone not in the upper echelons…

Top US travel scams

Considering the vast numbers of travelers each year, it’s encouraging that so little bad happens to people on the road. But there are things to be wary of. In the USA too, where American families travel nearly five times a year, mostly in-country, and an additional 156 million foreign visitors come to visit. Here are a few of the common…

Morgan’s Rock Eco-Lodge

At the end of a white curve of sand 15 miles north of the Costa Rica border sits what may be the finest wilderness resort in the Western Hemisphere. From the beach you can barely see the place – the 15 bungalows of Morgan’s Rock Hacienda & Ecolodge are perched on stilts and hidden by the rain forest. But once…

Diving The Red Sea

From the deck of a dive boat floating in the Red Sea off the port of Aqaba, Jordan, you can see Egypt, Israel, and Saudi Arabia – and Syria is a four-hour drive north. Despite sitting at the heart of a region in constant chaos, people in Aqaba, Jordan’s only coastal city, are more interested in kitesurfing and scuba diving…