• 10 of the Best Alternative Beach Holidays

    Caesar Kasper

    There’s nothing wrong with following the well-trodden path and heading on a package holiday to the Algarve or to the Canary Islands but sometimes you want to incorporate an element of adventure into your seaside getaway. From secluded tropical strands to unexpected European beaches right on our doorstep, you’ll find your new dream destination here.…

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  • 15 of the World’s Wackiest Hotels for Adventure Lovers

    Caesar Kasper

    Looking for something different for your next adventure? Well, look no further than our list of the world’s coolest, most unique and wackiest hotels. Every adventure lover will know the importance of good accommodation. It’s your base for exploring a new found area, your source of local information and a comfy bed to recharge your batteries for…

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  • 10 Action-Packed Holidays from Ireland

    Caesar Kasper

    If you’re an adventure lover who doesn’t want to miss an opportunity to surf, cycle, raft or hike on your holidays these action-packed holidays are just for you. From surfing in Morocco to hiking in Peru these holidays will challenge you, let you experience new things and create memories for the rest of your life.…

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  • 8 Adventurous Holidays in Europe for the Whole Family

    Caesar Kasper

    If you see holidays as an opportunity to fit in as many activities as possible and prefer being active to relaxing on the beach, one of these family adventure holidays in Europe might be just the thing for you and your family. From rafting in Sweden to cycling across central Europe, your family will love…

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  • Camino de Santiago: The Original Way (Camino Primitivo), Galicia, Spain

    Caesar Kasper

    It was King Alfonso the Chaste, in 814, who first made the 342 km pilgrimage from the city of Oviedo, in Asturias, to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia. Ever since, pilgrims have been making their way on foot (and cycle) to the great cathedral at Santiago by various “Ways”, the most popular being the Camino Frances,…

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  • 24 hours in Newport Beach, California

    Caesar Kasper

    The opulent, refined town of Newport Beach with it’s 10 miles of waterfront along the Pacific Ocean, may be by the seaside but it is as far away from a budget bucket and spades brigade as can be. You’ll find it in Orange County along the sparkling and highly manicured Californian Riviera just a short drive from…

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  • Zambia Safari Holiday in Kafue National Park

    Caesar Kasper

    In recent decades Zambia has positioned itself as a strong competitor to East African safari destinations. As the birthplace of the walking safari alongside the traditional truck safari and even a boat safari, this is home to some stunning lodges. And with far fewer visitors than Kenya and Tanzania, it’s worthwhile destination for a safari holiday. But…

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  • This is Your Ideal Cruise Vacation, According to Your Zodiac

    Caesar Kasper

    Instead of opting for whatever is the cheapest, consider choosing a getaway based on your zodiac sign. After all, if you want to have the most fun, your vacation should be compatible with your personality. Taurus: Mediterranean cruise For you Taurus, it’s not enough to have the basic necessities of a cruise—a nice room, a…

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  • 6 Food Destinations You Need to Visit in 2018

    Caesar Kasper

    There are places around the world that are synonymous with certain foods—delicious, yes, but somewhat predictable. To help you find some undiscovered culinary adventures, Booking.com has created a list of some of the top up-and-coming foodie destinations to ignite your appetite. Have high tea in Bath, UK The quintessentially English tradition of taking afternoon tea…

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  • Top 7 Travel Destinations for Chocolate Lovers

    Caesar Kasper

    Calling all chocolate lovers! We’re counting down the best places in the world to get your chocolate fix. There’s no sugar-coating it: we Canadians love our chocolate. In fact, we recently placed ninth overall in world chocolate consumption, with each Canadian eating—on average—6.4 kilograms of chocolate a year. But where are the best places on…

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