Viator has sent two travel videographers, Asha and Brock, on a 2-month journey around Asia and Australia to film Viator tours! Read on to find out where they’re headed and what else is happening with Viator in May.
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It’s an exciting year for gadget and gear junkies. From solar chargers to private Wifi to battery-powered luggage trackers, here is some of the year’s best new travel equipment and technology.
Did you know that Vatican City is about the size of a golf course? Or that Pope Francis is the first pope from South America? Here’s your infographic introduction to Vatican City and its new pope.
Save the date! On April 3, 2013 from 7-8pm EST, Viator will be the guest host on Pin-Up Live, a weekly Pinterest travel chat.
While confidence is growing that Japan is now safe to visit, some travelers remain uncertain. Japan itself is keen to express that the country is back to normal and eager to welcome visitors to its many attractions that were unaffected by the disaster.
The political situation in Israel is complex and can be tense, but that doesn’t stop millions of people who visit the historic country every year. With a rich history and fascinating culture, beautiful beaches, a surprising range of adventure activities, and fantastic food, Israel is more than the headlines splashed across the evening news. If you decide to visit Israel now, here’s what you need to know.
Viator’s shore excursions site helps cruisers find the best tours and things to do in ports of call around the world, no matter which cruise line you choose. Now we’re excited to announce the addition of even more destinations! On the Viator Shore Excursions site, you’ll find exclusive cultural activities, unique experiences and things to do, and totally customizable private tours in more than 109 destinations, including ten new destinations in Central and South America.
Welcome to the 2012-2013 Viator Travel Awards, our annual rundown where we – along with our readers, travelers, and fans – select the top things to do and see in each of the major regions we serve, the top things to do in our most popular tour categories, and more.
Hurricane Sandy has come and gone, leaving quite a path of destruction. Some communities – such as Staten Island, Red Hook and Coney Island in Brooklyn, and the Rockaways, a beachside community in Queens – are still reeling from Sandy’s destruction, and the loss of homes and lives during the storm. While efforts by the National Guard and the federal government continue to help victims rebuild their communities, volunteers are pouring from other boroughs to lend a hand. It’s a difficult process, but the city is healing.
Our first team, Ryan and Asha, have already left for their 60-day adventure around Europe. Check out the latest news & updates from our Dream Travel Job project including insider guides for each destination our teams visit, updates about team 1, and the latest videos, photos and travel advice from their adventures.