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Autobahn Adventures Offers Luxury Tours For Speed Freaks

Feb 28, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn  |  1 Comment

Autobahn Adventures, a family-owned road touring company, offers a collection of excellent European driving tours. With a focus on taking high-powered German sports cars through the Autobahn, tour guests will get an exhilarating drive alongside some incredibly scenic areas.... Read More

Meet the Special Forces Vets Who Want to Take You on a Luxury Golf Vacation...to Beirut

Feb 28, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

Looking to have a real adventure on your next golfing vacation? You might want to look into Cavalry + Company and their Middle East packages. With access to some of the most exciting golf courses on earth, their guides are special forces veterans taking people on truly one–of-a-kind trips envisioned by luxury hospitality professionals.... Read More

Practice Your Handstands in Kenya During the $5K Dunia Yoga Safari Retreat

Feb 28, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

If you ask me, practicing yoga in Africa sounds pretty amazing as it is, but when you mix in luxury accommodations, safaris and expert speakers into the mix, now it’s become a pretty epic trip. The nine-day adventure from Extraordinary Journeys will take place from May 16-24 in Kenya.... Read More

4 Luxury Ski Resorts With Real Estate for Sale in Vermont

Feb 27, 2014  |   Contributor: Roger Sands

Staying in high-end accommodations will enhance any ski vacation; staying in your own luxurious vacation home is quite another thing. The benefits associated with owning your own ski property are too numerous to mention. However, one thing is certain, such an investment will guarantee years of great moments. Below is a skier’s dream list of upscale accommodations throughout Vermont, home to some of the best terrain in the world. With high altitude properties like these, a snowy vacation is suddenly transformed into an extra exceptional experience.... Read More

Getting to Know Brazil's Less Famous Carnival Destinations & Festivities

Feb 24, 2014  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

The World Cup is three months away in Brazil, and with the Summer Olympics taking place there in 2016, the country should be one of the top travel destinations in the world over the next two years. And of course, there's always Rio de Janiero’s Carnival festivities each February. While you may know about the Rio parade, there are other cities that throw equally massive events, in even more epically gorgeous beach settings such as Bahia and Recife. You may not be able to pronounce their names, but don’t worry, you’re still invited to the party.... Read More

Villas, Dolphins & Helicopters Part of Scrub Island Resort's Adult Spring Break Packages

Feb 19, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

You remember college, right? The “best years of your life,” as some would say. I’ll bet that those “best” years probably involved exciting Spring Break trips with your closest friends or significant others. As adults, while we may not call our springtime trips by the same name, it doesn’t mean we can’t take a week off to relive some of those memories.... Read More

7 Things to Do While Visiting the Caribbean Island of Nevis

Feb 12, 2014  |   Contributor: Katie Goldstein

If you’re searching for the perfect escape where you can truly unplug and unwind, consider a trip to the sleepy island of Nevis, located between Puerto Rico and Antigua. Its unique landscape features lush greenery, sugar plantation ruins and even a dormant volcano. Nevis has managed to remain under the radar, retaining its charming, and laid-back Caribbean vibe despite its popularity among glitterati and celebrities. ... Read More

Spain's Charming Island of Menorca Ideal for Europe’s Low-Profile Jet-Setters

Feb 11, 2014  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

While the vibrant beaches and stunning mountains of Mallorca and the thumping clubs of Ibiza tend to attract the lion’s share of international visitors to Spain’s sun-drenched Balearic Islands, it is their quieter neighbor, Menorca, that has become the under-the-radar vacation spot of choice for Europe’s low-profile jetsetters.... Read More

Visiting Germany's Glasmuseum Passau & The Benedictine Monastery at Melk

Feb 6, 2014  |   Contributor: Susan Kime

On a recent trip from Passau, Germany to Budapest, Hungary last month on a Viking River Christmas Markets cruise, I had the privilege of partaking in some truly exceptional experiences. But with all the great food, wine and Christmas Markets experience, two places stuck in my memory, mainly because they were unexpected, I knew little or nothing about them, and found each fascinating. One was on the itinerary, one wasn't. ... Read More

 
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