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Wind Through Dramatic Landscapes in Ecuador's Andes Mountains on Tren Crucero

Jul 19, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico  |  1 Comment

Possibly one of the most difficult train routes to build, the railway that weaves through the Andean Mountains in Ecuador offer some of the most beautiful views of the countryside. Giving you a front row seat to the scenic route is Tren Crucero, a 19th century Baroque-style locomotive that was recently renovated in June of this year.... Read More

Where to Sleep, Dine With Locals & See Leatherback Turtles on the Island of Barbados

Jul 15, 2014  |   Contributor: Dorothy Cascerceri

The motto at Mango Bay Barbados is a simple one: "Nothing is a problem." When it comes to places to stay on the Caribbean island of Barbados, nicknamed "Little Britain" for its many British influences, you would be hard-pressed to find a resort where the personalized service meets or exceeds the Mango Bay experience.... Read More

Asilia Africa's Luxury Safari Camp Relocates for the Great Migration in Tanzania

Jul 13, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

Asilia Africa's latest glamping destination offers up an enriching safari that moves with the great migration through Tanzania in an outdoor experience that's embracing luxury living on the open Serengeti. Opened July 1, the Kimondo Migration Camp relocates to offer adventurous travelers the best access to wildlife herds year round. ... Read More

Kensington Tours Celebrates 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Jul 12, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

Often considered a turnaround moment in world history, the Berlin Wall's fall will see its 25th anniversary come November 9 this year. Kensington Tours is celebrating the occasion with an anniversary itinerary for history buffs of all stripes. Travelers will find themselves visiting and learning about locations centered on World War II, Prussian Kings and the city's division caused by the Cold War. In ensuring the quality of the information and locations toured, guides are German natives and extensively trained and educated on their history.... Read More

Istanbul's New Hotels and Hotspots Turn Up the Heat in Turkey's Largest City

Jul 11, 2014  |   Contributor: Chanize Thorpe

Istanbul is hot these days, and we're not just talking temperature. A slew of hotels, high-end boutiques and ritzy restaurants are opening left and right in both the old and modern sections of this ancient city. If you haven’t made it to the alluring land that connects Europe with Asia, now is the time to go.... Read More

9 Epic Guided & Self-Guided Motorcycle Adventures Across the Globe

Jul 5, 2014  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

What’s the appeal of motorcycle travel that leads some people to leave their everyday lives behind in the 24/7 pursuit of it? Everything. Everything about the open road can be pushed to the extreme, and enjoyed that much more. With help from the Adventure Travel Trade Association and Expedition Portal, here are nine incredible motorcycle road trips, from domestic routes to the farthest-flung corners of the earth.... Read More

 
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