Dramatic and Diverse: Zimbabwe Group Tours

For the longest time, Zimbabwe has been in most traveler’s general consciousness—an ideal place to visit when time and other circumstances allow. But for those who have actually been to this landlocked southern African country, this place is a slice of heaven. And why wouldn’t it be? It has everything nature lovers and thrill-seekers look for in a vacation destination. On Zimbabwe group...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Inside Bran Castle

Popularized by Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Bran Castle is a favorite among those interested in dark tourism. These individuals seek out scary, unusual and sometimes, down right haunted location all around the world. In modern Romania, the word Dracula has come to mean “the Devil” because of Vlad III, the Prince of Wallachia. His epithet, “The Impaler” is derived from his...
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An Immersive Getaway: Norway Group Tours

For many of us—travel offers a chance to get away from the mundane and banal responsibilities of life. And yet, it is almost always in traveling that we ultimately rediscover the very reasons why we live. Perhaps we pick Norway because it is quaint, charming, and varied, or perhaps because we have grown up with stories of the Vikings. Whatever reason you have for visiting this Northwestern...
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Take an Irish Adventure with Photofly

Ireland is an island located in the North Atlantic.  It is the second largest island of the British Isles, third largest in Europe and the 20th largest on Earth!  There are a number of reason to take a trip to Ireland. Natural wonders like the Cliffs of Moher and the Giant’s Causeway which never fails to draw a lot of tourists. The country also has a complicated history and significant...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Weather in Antarctica

While Antarctica is one of the coldest places in the world, it is technically a desert because it is extremely dry and only averaging about 6.5 inches of precipitation per year.  Did you know that the highest temperature ever recorded on the continent was 20.75oC/ 69.3oF on February 9, 2020 which beat the previous record on January 30, 1982 which was 19.8oC/ 67.6oF. On the other hand, the...
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Ireland Packing List and Trip Preparation

Ireland Weather in July In Ireland, everyone talks about the weather. Whether it’s discussing the direction of the rain from a supermarket doorway or musing that it’s 75°F in March from a bar counter, Irish weather can be unpredictable. In summer (June through August), the average high temperatures are between 64 and 68°F. The warmest months, July and August, get about 18 hours...
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Balkan Beauty: Croatia Group Tours

Ah, Croatia. A word that has become quite a household name in the past few years. All thanks to the hit television show Game of Thrones. However, if you think this Balkan nation is only about King’s Landing, then you are mistaken. In fact, Croatia group tours are always packed with attractions and experiences that will make you realize that it is more than just a filming location for a popular...
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Join this incredible adventure before it fills up!

Beautiful Bali Baby!  We’re heading back on a brand new adventure to this iconic paradise.  Our journeys here are truly one of a kind. Every aspect has been custom built and carefully crafted to offer a unique, off the path experience to the best spots throughout Bali and her nearby isles. This year, we’ve added a brand new experience throughout Nusa Penida. Gorgeous white sand...
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Travel Photo of the Day: African Elephants

  The African elephant’s the world’s largest mammal on land and they play a vital role in maintaining harmony in the ecology. These elephants ingest plants and fruits and they can walk for miles where they can excrete the fruit seeds in some very fertile dung piles. This is how new plants can grow in different areas and 90 different species actually rely on the elephants for...
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