Archive | July, 2014

The Big Five and Beyond: Going on Safari in the Serengeti

Popping up out of the safari jeep

Big Five hunting has waned in popularity, but there’s still a good deal of status associated with bagging a lion or an elephant for sport. How much better to go on a safari with only the intent of seeing, not diminishing these populations?

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July 28, 2014 by | Comments Off on The Big Five and Beyond: Going on Safari in the Serengeti

Not Your Typical Viator Deal Alert! Viator Joins the TripAdvisor Family

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  It’s official, and we’re thrilled – Viator has signed an agreement to be acquired by TripAdvisor. Let’s let that sink in a little bit… When Viator was founded as a travel technology company in 1995, airlines, hotel companies and even car rental companies had already brought their products online. But there was no one-stop […]

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July 24, 2014 by | Comments Off on Not Your Typical Viator Deal Alert! Viator Joins the TripAdvisor Family

Independent Stonehenge and Bath Afternoon Tour from London

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As one of the world’s most fascinating architectural sites, Stonehenge has long been on my travel ‘to do’ list. When the opportunity finally arose this spring, I was more than a little excited. Figuring that the 90 minute trip from London warranted a full day out, I opted to include the charming town of Bath […]

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July 23, 2014 by | Comments Off on Independent Stonehenge and Bath Afternoon Tour from London

Festivals Happening Around the World in July

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The summery (at least for the Northern Hemisphere) month of July is host to a number of exciting festivals around the globe. From America’s Independence Day to the Darwin Beer Can Regatta, here are some of the month’s most fascinating festivals.

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July 16, 2014 by | 4 Comments

Nairobi in One Day

At the Karen Blixen Museum

Most people find themselves in Nairobi on either end of a safari trip. The city is Kenya’s capital and main area of business in the region. Aside from the few favorite restaurants in the downtown area, the city itself doesn’t offer a lot of action for tourists. The best way we found to spend a […]

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July 14, 2014 by | Comments Off on Nairobi in One Day

Save 10% in London

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This deal has expired, but you can still check out all of our great things to do in London.  Save 10 percent in London, when you spend $500 USD or equivalent value!* With our exclusive deal, when you spend at least $500 USD* on tours in London, you will save 10 percent on your shopping cart.  This […]

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July 10, 2014 by | Comments Off on Save 10% in London

Unique Transport Tours Around the World

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Seeing the world takes time and energy. Being on the move, going here and there to see all the sights can really take it out of you. So instead of spending your evenings propping up your aching feet, think about cruising, rolling, trotting or even floating from place after place. There are some pretty unique […]

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July 9, 2014 by | Comments Off on Unique Transport Tours Around the World

Dances to Learn Around the World

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Great art isn’t always found in museums. Dance varies from place to place, yet remains a constant way for people to express themselves. Whether performed in a grand theater or on a street corner, dance can be emotional, tell tales or be a way to celebrate. Whatever the reason or venue, the rhythm is out […]

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July 2, 2014 by | Comments Off on Dances to Learn Around the World