Travel Photo of the Day: Trees of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Giant Banyan Trees strangle crumbling ruins in Angkor Wat On our travel club’s group tours to Cambodia we never can get enough of the amazing Banyan trees that thrive all over the precious Angkor Temples. Although many of these trees must be removed to prevent further destruction of the site, they have undoubtedly made there mark and are now ingrained in the culture and aesthetic that is...
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Destination Travel Guide: Experience Okinawa & the Ryukyu Kingdom

The Ryukyu Kingdom once served as a bridge between China, Japan, and Southeast Asia. Since becoming a part of Japan in 1868, the Ryukyu Island chain (comprised of 100’s of islands over 620 miles long) is one of the most popular tourist destinations in what is now called the Okinawa prefecture. Along with the warm and welcoming climate, those interested in travel photography will not get bored...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Contemplation (Cambodian Girl)

Some of our favorite photos of all time are of the local people we encounter from our group tours around the world. Our 2012 Cambodia group tours did not disappoint and we came home with some really touching images like this one of a younger Cambodian girl hanging out by the side of the road. Her expression seems to be one of contemplation, but what we love most is the maturity and wisdom that...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Mekong Boy in Vietnam

Our travel club is gearing up for another altruistic adventure to Vietnam & Cambodia this January 2014. The last trip was an incredible experience for all of us as we got to give back to local schools, orphanages, and even a remote village. In addition to photographing Angkor Wat, Saigon, and Phnom Penh, traveling along the different markets of the Mekong River was an adventure in itself and...
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Destination Travel Guide: Bhutan

Bhutan is not the most well known nation out there but some might be familiar with the name based on the land-bound country’s consistent high placement on happiness rankings. The Government of Bhutan has restricted the influx of tourists making the entrance both expensive and time consuming to secure but for those who go through the motions to get in, they’re welcomed with a delightfully...
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Destination Travel Guide: Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is known as the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean” because of its location, but the rest can be attributed to its natural splendor. We hope to plan a group adventure to Sri Lanka one of these days so check out some highlights below to get your travel bug jittering! * Anuradhapura is the modern capital of North Central Province, but was made an UNESCO World Heritage site for its illustrious...
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Destination Travel Guide: Adventure & Culture in Nepal

Nepal is rich in both cultural heritage and natural beauty with plenty to see and explore in the striking landscapes of the Himalayas. The landlocked country contains 8 of the 14 mountain peaks in the world that are over 26,000 feet high. Mountain flight tours are an ideal way to witness the magnificence of the Himalayas for the non-hikers out there! Colorful festivals in August and September...
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Destination Travel Guide: Japan

Japan is a fascinating land. Japanese cities offer both modern conveniences and rich cultural ones. Individuals willing to venture outside of the cities can discover a beautiful, semi-tamed landscape built up over countless generations of history, influence, and advancement. Check out just a few highlights to get you off on a tour through Japan: * Once honored as the imperial capital, Kyoto is...
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Eat Fried Tarantula in Cambodia!

  Join Free: photoflytravel.com This may look gross and unappetizing to most westerners but we were pleasantly surprised by how tasty these fried tarantulas were in Cambodia. They taste a lot like chicken and are doused in garlic. Our travel club’s adventure to Vietnam & Cambodia is filled with unique experiences like this. Many believe Cambodians started eating these spiders out...
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