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  • New Additions To UNESCO World Heritage List

    New Additions To UNESCO World Heritage List

    Each year, UNESCO inscribes new sites on its World Heritage List in recognition of their timeless value to humanity. The 37th session of the World Heritage Committee has resulted in 19 outstanding additions, including sites of cultural, natural or mixed significance. Read more »

  • Animal Lovers, Check Out These Hotels!

    Animal Lovers, Check Out These Hotels!

    Some hotels are happy to welcome you with your pet, others take pride in their own team of four-legged ambassadors that wander through the premises, peep into your bedroom or even take a bite of your breakfast. Here are some of the most cat's meow examples of the latter. Read more »

  • Haunted Mountains - Trekking With a Thrill

    Haunted Mountains - Trekking With a Thrill

    Vengeful Gods, demons, evil spirits, ghosts of ancestors and mischievous jinns choose to dwell on top of foggy hills and barely accessible mountains. At least that’s what folktales proclaim. Whatever the truth is, some of these places do look creepy and happen to take lives of those who approachthem without due respect. Read more »

  • World's coolest elevators

    World's coolest elevators

    Typically, lifts are just unremarkable metal boxes that help you get to the attraction proper (and in the worst case, simply to your office), but sometimes they’re so awesome, otherworldly or unexpected that they attract attention themselves. Read more »

  • Epic road trips for all tastes

    Epic road trips for all tastes

    From extreme transcontinental voyages to weekend getaways with kiddies on board – the thing that defines all road trips is that the journey itself, not the destination matters. If you believe you’ve mastered the ability to celebrate the unexpected and agree with G.K. Chesterton that “an adventure is only an inconvenience rightly considered”, you’re ready to hit the road. The choice of the route is just a matter of time at hand, resources in your pocket and how wild you are at heart. Read more »

  • Wonders Of Nature You May Not Have Heard Of

    Wonders Of Nature You May Not Have Heard Of

    Life will inevitably turn dull and tedious once we lose the ability to wonder. However, with such a load of beauty in the world, this scenario is, luckily, a no-go. Have a look at some of the lesser known natural wonders and let yourself be flooded with awe. Read more »

  • Hotel bathrooms that make a difference

    Hotel bathrooms that make a difference

    Luxurious accommodations naturally come with luxurious amenities, but if you look beyond marble floors and porcelain fittings, you’ll realize why a loo may well be the principal thing to consider when choosing a place to stay. Sometimes it’s about the incredible view, sometimes it’s the power of detail - these hotels make you want to forsake your business or exploration plans and soak the day away in the bathroom. Read more »

  • Urbex - an unusual trend in tourism

    Urbex - an unusual trend in tourism

    While some flip the pages of glossy travel catalogs in search for brilliance and sunshine, others scour the world looking for urban decay and descend into its murky dimension. The funny thing is that what the latter do can totally change your perception of things that are normally considered useless and ugly. Read more »

  • Pedestrian Bridges You’ll Be Scared to Cross

    Pedestrian Bridges You’ll Be Scared to Cross

    There’s a recognized anxiety disorder brought about by the abnormal and persistent fear of crossing bridges – gephyrophobia. But when a row of rotting wooden planks, held aloft by frayed ropes and rusty wires, stretches out in front of you, even the sanest may take a step back. From sky-high concrete walkways to rickety rope bridges, have a look at some of the scariest foot crossings around the world. Read more »

  • The Best Beach of the Year

    The Best Beach of the Year

    TripAdvisor has just named the world’s best beach, drawing on feedback from travelers over the last 12 months. The community has chosen Rabbit Beach on Sicily’s satellite island, Lampedusa, as the most desired spot on Earth to unwind on sand and soak up the sun. As part of the vote, "best hotels" and "best hotels for romance" have also been awarded. Read more »

  • Scared of heights? Stay away from these places!

    Scared of heights? Stay away from these places!

    One man’s thrill is another man’s horror, especially when it comes to movie tastes … and heights. While some specifically put “the highest”, “the tallest” and “the most exposed” on their travel radars, others can’t even think of an ascent without vertigo and nausea. If you don’t have a head for heights, stay away from these 11 stomach churners. Read more »

  • Beach Parties to Remember for a Lifetime

    Beach Parties to Remember for a Lifetime

    Want to get raving with sand between your toes and the sun on your back? Here are 10 beaches with global notoriety as the hottest open-air party spots, where clothing’s optional, music pounds from every angle and virtually anything might happen. Read more »

  •  Remote Hotels - Holidays at the End of the World

    Remote Hotels - Holidays at the End of the World

    Getting there is no walk in the park, but if you really want to get away from it all, these places are definitely worth that extra mile. And when we say ‘ get away from it all’, we really mean it. Read more »

  • Winter scenes that melt the heart

    Winter scenes that melt the heart

    Sure it’s easier to tramp the world without the cramping armor of woolen scarves, fluff jackets, gigantic mittens and fur-lined snow boots. But then again, winter scenery can hardly be rivaled in terms of mystery and magic. Read more »

  • Colors of Morocco That Will Blow Your Mind

    Colors of Morocco That Will Blow Your Mind

    As you travel across Africa, you might have an impression that the universally applied term ‘Black Land’ is far from accurate. For how can the brick red robes of Masai Mara, the beaches of Mombasa, the snowy peak of Kilimanjaro, the sheer greenery of Ethiopian highlands and the dazzling colors of tribal jewelry fit into the black category? Color rules all over Africa – no doubt about that - but nowhere else does the name seem less apt than in Morocco. Read more »

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