There are a number of easy precautions you can take before you even head to the airport, that will greatly increase your chances of having a hassle-free trip—and coming home with all your belongings.
Getting around Peru’s capital city isn’t always easy—or safe. Here are some tips for braving the airport, buses and taxis.
Deep in the heart of rural Bolivia, there is a hotel–actually, a couple of hotels–made entirely of salt. Who wouldn’t want to stay at least a night?!
Located in southeast Germany, the state of Bavaria is home to the city of Munich and arguably some of the best scenery in the entire country. Think: rolling green hills, lush gardens, lakes and those famous castles perched high above it all, looking down on the quaint villages nestled in the hills below.
Once you’ve decided to make the trek to Peru, the biggest question is how you’ll actually get to the famed peak.
Salar de Uyuni is one of the driest places on earth—but that’s not what makes it remarkable. Instead, it’s the stark landscape that pits a vibrant blue skyline against the sparkling white earth, made entirely of salt. It’s no wonder a trip here is on many people’s bucket lists.
Sunshine Village ski resort in Banff has rolled out a new program that blends restorative yoga with a weekend on the slopes.
Whether you’re dreaming of a week-long, all-inclusive vacation in Mexico or a six-month backpacking jaunt through Europe, the choices can be endless—and overwhelming. Fortunately there are some easy ways to help you decide where to go and what to see, as long as you spend a bit of effort planning ahead.
We’re just about ready to welcome in 2014 (where does the time go?!) and that’s given me a chance to look back on the year that was.
Huacachina is literally in the oasis in the middle of a desert, surrounded by towering sand dunes and home to mesmerizing sun sets. The highlight of any stay is an afternoon spent navigating the desert via dune buggy—an experience similar to hopping on a roller coaster!