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Exploring the Lion City: Singapore Group Tours

It is safe to assume that most of us know of Singapore as the alluring backdrop of the 2018 film Crazy Rich Asians. From the film alone, it is easy to equate this relatively tiny island city-state with Asian excellence. It is after all a global financial center and an important hub of the modern world. However, Singapore is more than just international banks and technological headquarters. It is...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Christ the Redeemer

The statue of the Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is one of the most popular tourist attraction in the world. It was created by French sculptor, Paul Landowski, along with local Brazilian engineer Heitor de Silva Costa among others. The construction began in 1922 and was inaugurated in 1931. It stands 98 feet high not including the 26 feet pedestal it stands on. The arms of Christ...
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Tanzania Packing List and Trip Preparation

Below are some general packing tips and information. Please read the luggage requirements and travel insurance information carefully. LUGGAGE RESTRICTIONS FOR SAFARI: Soft-sided luggage or duffels are preferable to hard luggage for storage on safari vehicles. Large suitcases of dimensions greater than 24″ will not be stored in vehicles and should not be brought. You will not be able to...
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A Country Of Contrasts: Iceland Group Tours

Iceland is every wanderer’s dream come true. A literal land of fire and ice, it boasts of attractions that are in contrast to each other. It is best known for its landscapes where molten lava erupts from ice and rivers run through deserts. The natural elements in Iceland seem to tease each other, with long winter nights and equally long summer days. So where exactly does one go when on a trip...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Pura Bratan

Pura Ulun Danu Beratan or Pura Bratan is a a well known 11-storey Shaivite water temple in Bali, Indonesia.  It was built in 1633 on the shores of Lake Bratan near the mountains of Bedugul. The temple is also used for offerings to the Balinese water, lake and river goddess Dewi Danu. The lake itself serves as the main reservoir for the most parts of Bali so it is not only functional but also...
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Peru Packing List & General Information

PACK LIGHT! It’s important to pack light due to luggage restrictions.  Domestic Flight Restrictions Domestic Flight Baggage Restrictions: Passengers may bring checked baggage of up to 23kg (50lbs) total, free of charge on our domestic flights. This can be either as one bag or two bags, but all bags together must not exceed the 23kg limit. Carry on bags cannot exceed 9kg (20 lbs) plus a...
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The Land Of Happiness: Nepal and Bhutan Group Tours

Nepal and Bhutan are neighboring countries that are often left out of people’s bucket list’ unless they’re avid trekkers and mountain climbers.  This is a shame because both of these Asian nations located in the Himalayas offer an experience unlike anything in the world. If you’re the type who would rather skip the touristy path, join us on our Nepal and Bhutan group...
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Travel Photo of the Day: The White Continent

Antarctica is the southern-most continent and is also the fifth largest continent. It is also said to be the coldest, driest and windiest one of all the continents. It is also the last area to be discovered which was only in 1820 by a Russian expedition headed by Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen and Mikhail Lazarev aboard the Vostok and Mirny. For the most part of the 19th century, it has been...
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Spain Packing Checklist

Luggage Ideally, 1 suitcase & 1 small overnight suitcase/carry on bag (for the expert travelers see if you can come with only one small carry on!). An additional camera gear backpack/bag is also OK. Domestic Flight Baggage Restrictions: CARRY-ON BAGGAGE Hand luggage: Up to a maximum weight of 10 kg and a maximum size of 55x40x20 CHECKED BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE (ONE checked bag per person) The...
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