Category: World Travel

World's most dangerous footpath – El Caminito del Rey

Are you brave enough? ‘World’s most dangerous footpath’ reopens after £4m restoration… and tickets are already sold out until June A walkway that was once declared the most dangerous footpath in the world has become one of the most popular tourist attractions on the planet after it was made safer by Spanish authorities. Tourists have […]

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Foreign Office extends travel warning on Kenyan coast following terror threat

British tourists are warned against “all but essential travel” to a larger part of Kenya’s beach coast due to a “high threat from tourism” The Foreign Office (FO) is advising against “all but essential travel” to within 15km of Kenya’s coast from the Tana River to Tiwi. The advice covers the area including Mombasa Island, […]

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10 spectacular U.S. waterfalls

You’re likely to sweat a little to get to some of the best waterfalls. But they deliver a cool refuge and a powerful reminder of nature’s force. The United States’ waterfalls splash through national parks and preserves and are tucked away in state parks known only to nearby residents. Waterfall lovers will travel thousands of […]

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12 best beaches in Asia Pacific

Life’s a beach. With so many to choose from, and so little time, Skyscanner has picked some of the prettiest beaches for action, relaxation and seclusion. Join us at these top beach destinations for a stunning tropical getaway! 1. Palawan, Philippines Get away from it all at the Bacuit Archipelago in Palawan. A short distance […]

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New cruise ship will be world's largest

Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas cruise ship will weigh 227,000 gross tons – 1,718 more than the current record-holder Fresh details for what will be the largest cruise ship in the world, tipping the scales at a colossal 227,000 gross tons, have been unveiled by Royal Caribbean. The behemoth 16-deck vessel, to be called […]

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The world's most colourful landscapes

The Wave, Arizona The colourful sandstone rock formation in the Coyote Buttes North Area of the US state features a pattern of beautiful curves and dates back to the Jurassic age. Picture: Fotolia/AP Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia The world’s largest salt flat, formed from several prehistoric lakes, is laid out over a source of brine […]

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Son Doong Cave: A top 10 lifetime trip

When caught with a case of wanderlust, Viet Nam’s Son Doong Cave is one of the few particular places that stand out among the crowd on this beautiful planet, the Huffington Post said on its website.  Until about six years ago, nobody had EVER explored Son Doong Cave, the world’s largest by most counts – […]

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10 romantic destinations you should know about

Paris is romantic -Everybody knows that. But it doesn’t have a trademark on the term, and it’s certainly not the only destination out there rousing amorous couples into expressing their love. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’ve put together a list of 10 little-known spots that are equally dreamy. Be it a combination […]

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9 Awesome Things To Do on Country Borders

From playing volleyball between countries to ringing a doorbell in one country and running to the other, check out list of nine fun things to do at a country’s border that don’t involve high security measures and endless paperwork.  1. Play volleyball at the U.S./Mexico border The U.S. is on the left, Mexico on the […]

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12 incredible UNESCO sites you've probably never heard of

A number of UNESCO Heritage Sites remain unknown to a large percentage of travelers. Here are 12 world treasures you might not even know exist Surrounded by forests of beech, fir and spruce, a multi-level system of 16 lakes spills into waterfalls and pools in Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park. The lakes are known for […]

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