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    Glacier National Park, Montana, USA

    Sitting on the northern border of Montana is Glacier National Park, hailed as one of North America&#...

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    Portland, Oregon

    Portland is the largest city in Oregon, sitting around 70 miles from the Pacific Coast. The majestic...

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    Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

    One of the most popular destinations on Mexico’s Pacific Coast is Puerto Vallarta where stunning bea...

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    British Virgin Islands – Caribbean

    The British Virgin Islands, or the BVI as they are popularly known, comprise of more than sixty isla...

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    San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Known for its historic districts, rocky peninsulas and ancient fortresses, San Juan, the capital of ...

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    Nova Scotia, Canada

    Nicely sitting in eastern Canada, Nova Scotia, or “New Scotland” in Latin, is one of the...

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    Located in northeastern parts of Venezuela, the Caribbean island of Barbados has for long been refer...

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    Los Angeles, USA

    Los Angeles is one of the largest cities in the United States of America. It is also the oldest citi...

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    Canada is the largest North American country and the second biggest in the world by size after Russi...

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    Acadia National Park, Maine, USA

    Maine is a state found in the easternmost part of New England. One of its distinct features is its j...

Cape Cod, USA


The many faces of Cape Cod are absolutely inviting, and there is no denying that this arm-shaped peninsula on the easternmost side of Massachusetts is in every discerning tourist’s bucket list. World-renowned for its captivating natural scenery and miles and miles of beaches, as well as unique fishing villages, art galleries, historic destinations, and outstanding dining scene, Cape Cod is surely worth exploring. For tourists seeking a relaxing getaway and longing for sunny beaches in an old-town charm, The Cape ... Read More »

Wisconsin, USA


“America’s Dairyland” is what Wisconsin is known for courtesy of its dairy heritage, but because this part of the United States is home of thousands of inland lakes, as well as two great lakes– Lake Superior and Lake Michigan– it can be aptly called as “America’s Waterworld” as well. This gem filled with mysterious caves, enchanting waterfalls, lush forest and majestic beaches that easily makes it a favorite destination of nature-lovers and discerning travelers in different parts of the globe. ... Read More »

Galveston Island, USA


Galveston Island is where most of the cruise ships with port of call in Texas enter, but there is more to this place than a ship entry point. The island is in fact one of the sought-after resort destination, as more and more hotels, shopping centers and restaurants have sprawled over the years. What makes this island popular to the world, without a doubt, are the miles and miles of Gulf Coast beaches, lively festivities and welcoming people. Galveston Island ... Read More »

Phoenix, Arizona


Arizona is naturally beautiful, and if you are visiting the state, do not miss out on its capital. Phoenix is not just a state capital, it is also USA’s sixth largest city. Its huge size is able to house numerous attractions of varied interests, such as nature, history, arts and festival, not to mention its shopping hubs and dining scene. Not only its line-up of attractions make Phoenix an ideal place to spend the holiday, its welcoming people and impeccable ... Read More »

Pigeon Forge, Tennessee


The Smoky Mountain town of Pigeon Forge is one of Tennessee’s highly sought destinations. This charming town has a lot to offer everyone, and may it be for children or for grown-ups, the line-up of attractions in Pigeon Forge is certainly impressive. With so much to see and do, all kinds of interests are catered by Pigeon Forge. The lovely Smoky Mountain town is teeming with outdoor attractions, indoor fun, entertainment and museums. Famous for natural attractions, the best way ... Read More »

Philadelphia, USA


When you talk of Philadelphia, you will immediately think of it as a place teeming with historical structures. There is actually a truth in that, as majority of what this populous state in the Southern Pennsylvania offer reflects the relevant happenings of the past. Philadelphia is often referred as The Birthplace of America since it is here where America’s modern democracy was born. If you are heading to Philadelphia, your point of entry will be Philadelphia International Airport, the wide ... Read More »

The Rocky Mountains, Canada


The Rocky Mountains, commonly called The Rockies, are a region in Canada that runs through the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. Simply breathtaking, The Rockies boast of diverse terrain comprised of jagged snow-capped mountain peaks, lush rainforests, crystal-clear mountain lakes and veil-like waterfalls—attractions that entice millions of tourists all over the globe to travel to this side of Canada. Visiting the Rocky Mountains means to engage in an adventure beyond compare. The tour takes the tourists on a remote ... Read More »

Guadeloupe, Carribean

Guadeloupe beach

Known as the Butterfly Island courtesy of the shape of its two major islands, Guadeloupe has everything a discerning traveler wants on a trip: picturesque natural scenery composed of lush rainforests, magical waterfalls, pristine beaches and lovely villages; and urban attractions comprised of shopping hubs, dining options and active nightlife. This place is interesting to visit as it has a fantastic combination of the Caribbean zest and French influences that shaped its culture, tradition, cuisine and lifestyle. With incredible attractions ... Read More »

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