Patagonia trek starts at the Patagonia camp
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Bijan C. Bayne

Patagonia Trek: Glamping & Glaciers in Chile

A scenic three and a half to five hour drive from Punta Arenas Airport (after a possible flight there from Santiago de Chile) depending on the wind, Patagonia, Chile in The Andes of Torres del Paine National Park, is on many a tourist’s bucket list. On the  way from the airport, your van will pass near Tierra del Fuego, and Argentina. To explore Patagonia’s natural wonders, where September is the beginning of spring, Patagonia Camp Hotel’s 20 glamping yurts are forest finery for the active vacationer. Here you’ll find couples and families from The America’s and Europe, seeking the property’s curated excursions by vehicle or hike, fine dining, private jacuzzis, and special events such as familial styled pork roasts or classy wine tastes. Patagonia Camp offers a suite of day trips, dependent on your preference or level of fitness.The guides speak English and Spanish.

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Street food tel aviv
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Ayelet Shuber

Top Three Tel Aviv Budget Street Food Eats

Tel Aviv has been called the White City, because for as far as the eye can see its all Bauhaus architecture of squat white buildings stretching out to the Mediterranean sea. It’s been called a party town, the center of the start-up nation, the vegan capital of the world. Really, though, Tel Aviv is all about that delicious food, as any visitor who has spent any time here will tell you.

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Top 10 Affordable Winter Vacation Spots in 2020
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Marina Yoveva

Top 10 Affordable Winter Vacation Spots In 2020

Traveling is fun, but it can also be hard to find the right place to enjoy your trip.  Winter can be a magical time to enjoy a vacation, there are places to visit where you can enjoy the snow, or perhaps you want to go somewhere to warm up.  Whatever you are looking for, this guide will point you in the right direction for the perfect and most affordable winter vacation spots in the world.

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Representation of an advanced ‘smart’ city, connected by digital technologies.
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Uri Sharon

The Most Advanced Cities in the World

Traveling has become more than admiring jaw-dropping natural scenery and historically-significant architecture, especially for the tech geeks amongst us. While we’ll never bore of a

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Unique Restaurants For A Romantic Gateway
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Jessica Smith

Unique Restaurants For Couples | A Culinary Romantic Adventure Guide

The quest for lip-smacking food and unforgettable dining experience can take people places. Be it with your partner, your friends, or your family, going out to eat in a restaurant is always an experience that everyone looks forward to. Hence, it is only fair that one goes all out and chooses the best and the unique place, which will seize the occasion.

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Your eco-friendly travel guide
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Morgen Henderson

Why Eco-Friendly Travel is Important and How You Can Do It

Traveling is a carbon-heavy activity. There’s the fuel needed to get to your destination. Then the consumption and excess — the eating out, hotel services, rental cars. That’s why being an eco-friend traveler is essential, whether you’re staying in a minimalist hostel or an over-the-top cruise ship suite. Sustainable travel is easy when you have a plan. Here are some ways to lower your carbon footprint when planning your next vacation. 

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Diverse bike trails at the Alpe d’Huez
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Rebecca Siggers

Mountain Bike Trails For Your Next Trip

Mountain biking is an exciting and nerve-wracking adventure sport. The unpredictable terrain and the sheer thrill of biking on a mountain are what makes this sport endearing to adventure enthusiasts who love a good adrenaline rush.

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4 Australian Paradise Islands You Should Not Miss
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Katie Elleray

4 Australian Islands You Should Not Miss In 2020

If you are a lover of incredible paradise islands and have no idea yet where to head to next, this piece is perfect for you! Australia is widely known for its white-sand beaches, pristine islands, and turquoise waters. It also plays host to astonishingly diverse landscape, including lush tropical rainforests. This just explains the growing number of visitors flying to the country to spend a well-deserved holiday to get a real Australian island experience!
In this article, we will try to make the planning for your next adventure easier by listing down Australia’s most beautiful paradise

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