Safety in Dhaka: What Travelers Need to Know

Tenerife TKTKTK beach at sunset

On July 2, 2016, the U.S. Embassy in Dhaka updated its recommendations to travelers in Dhaka/Bangladesh. Following the hostage event at Holey Bakery in Gulshan-2, Dhaka, the U.S. Embassy recommends that all U.S. citizens avoid the area around the restaurant (Road 79 in Gulshan-2) and remain vigilant in their movements and activities, both inside the diplomatic enclave and anywhere else in Bangladesh.

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July 5, 2016 by
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Travel With Viator: What’s Happening in July

Isn't it high time you made it to the Great Barrier Reef?

Find deals, discounts, new tours and more below in our monthly blog update!

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July 1, 2016 by
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Brexit: What It Means for Travelers

London, England

So the UK has voted and is set to leave the EU. No one knows what the long-term effects of this decision will be, but the short-term answer to that question is simple: very little will change.

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June 29, 2016 by
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10 Museums Around the World for Your Bucket List

Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum

There are so many museums across the world that warrant a mention on this list, but the ones included below are some of the most inspiring, educational, fun-filled and popular. So, in no particular order of merit, here are 10 museums around the world for your bucket list.

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June 22, 2016 by
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Unexpected Destinations for Beer Lovers

Craft beer is taking off in unexpected places around the world.

There are many things that spur people to discover certain destinations: a pristine beach, an iconic landmark … a pint of perfect suds. In some countries, beer is part of the very fabric of the culture. Places like Belgium, Germany and the Czech Republic are well-known destinations for beer lovers. But there are other locations getting in on the craft beer action, and they may surprise you.

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June 17, 2016 by
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Safety in Tunisia: What Travelers Need to Know

Tunis, Tunisia

On April 1, 2016, the US Department of State issued a travel warning for Tunisia due to the threat of terrorism, advising against all travel to the southeastern part of the country along the Libyan border — in March 2015, clashes in the border town of Ben Guerdane left 12 Tunisian security officials and citizens dead — as well as the western mountainous areas. The US State Department also warns against travel to central Tunisia and the areas bordering Algeria.

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June 17, 2016 by
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10 of the World’s Best Destinations for Families

Kids of all ages can appreciate Gaudi’s modernist masterpieces.

With so many different ages and tastes to cater to, traveling as a family can often be as frustrating as it is fun, but it’s a sure-fire way to create unforgettable memories, whether sharing a magic moment or bonding over a travel disaster. To make sure your family vacation goes to plan, choosing your destination is key, but where you go depends on the kind of holiday you want to have.

To help you out, here’s a list of 10 of the world’s best destination for families, so whether you’re planning your first trip with kids in tow, have hard-to-impress teenagers to keep entertained or want a back-to-nature adventure for all ages, there’s no reason not to venture overseas!

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June 13, 2016 by
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Getting an Inside Look on a Monument Valley Safari

Sunrise over the Mittens

A 14-mile dirt road through Monument Valley reveals well-known locations including the Mittens, Three Sisters, John Ford’s Point and Totem Pole. But to discover the real treasures, you need a native Navajo guide to lead you deeper into Mystery Valley, Hunts Mesa, Ear of the Wind and more. And that’s where our Lower Monument Valley Safari tour came in.

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June 8, 2016 by
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Sporty Activities to Try on Your Summer Travels

Amsterdam is a great city for biking.

Whether traveling with family or friends, trying out new sports on vacation keeps holiday makers fit and comes with a great sense of achievement. Here are some activities to try out on vacation, with suggestions as to the best destinations and more relaxed backup plan options.

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June 3, 2016 by
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17 of the World’s Most Extraordinary National Parks

Hakone National Park

Yellowstone was the world’s first national park. As the US National Park Service turns 100 years old this year, people from around the country (and globe) are flocking to these iconic reserves. US National Parks now number more than 400 and welcomed more than 305 million visitors in 2015.

The idea of creating protected wilderness areas was a popular one; more than 100 countries around the world have followed suit, with more than 1200 national parks worldwide. While you can always visit some of the newest national parks here in the United States, you might want to consider checking out some of the amazing national parks outside our borders.

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May 25, 2016 by
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