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...Of course there is nothing wrong with going to places like Mexico, Italy or Thailand, but if you want to be one step ahead of everyone else, these five places should be on your radar as they will be among the top destinations of 2017.
But the reality is that Johannesburg can be just as appealing as its neighbor to the south. South Africa’s economic capital is made up of many districts, but it’s the more artsy, eclectic neighborhoods that are finally starting to make a mark. Likened to Williamsburg in Brooklyn or Wynwood in Miami, they draw interest from visitors who never would have thought they existed.
Sometimes planning a vacation can be more tedious than enjoyable, especially when working around a tight budget. For those who prefer the ease of an all-inclusive vacation package, the islands of the Bahamas have an abundance of hotels and resorts to choose from.
One of America's most beloved cities, Savannah transforms around this time of year, becoming a wonderland full of events, shows, parades, and places serving up scrumptious holiday meals.
There are many types of travelers, and with so many places to visit in the world, opportunities to tailor your experiences to suit your tastes are becoming the norm. For those seeking to immerse themselves in ecotourism, there are plenty of options to choose from. Here, we've rounded up some of the most exciting opportunities in dramatic destinations.
...There is constant turmoil within the country due to political issues, but politics aside, Bolivia is one of the most fascinating countries most will never visit. The micro-climates alone and the differences between each region are practically mind-blowing as in one day, it’s possible to be high up in the Andes Mountains covered in snow and in just a few hours, it’s possible to be at the bottom depths of the rainforest, dripping in sweat from the extreme heat.
Connextions Magazine catches up with gay travel expert David Duran.
...And the culinary scene in the city has been on a constant climb that continues to keep it growing, always outdoing itself. D.C. has some of the best restaurants in the United States, and if you just go there to eat, you won’t be disappointed. But there’s also something else about the city which makes it unique, and that’s the atmosphere – it’s a perfect blend of hustle and bustle with upscale and refined (if you know where to look).
When visiting California, for most, taking a trip to experience the beauty (and wine) of Napa Valley is one of the most desired things to do. The region is famous for its superb wines and visitors can’t help but get caught up in the moment of going from tasting room to tasting room. With so many different options of places to visit for tastings, it’s easy to overlook or miss some of the best.
On a recent flight to Savannah, I kept pestering the flight attendants about which runway we would be landing on. I was really hoping for runway 10, knowing that I might not see the headstones, but at least I could say I landed on them.
There’s more to Houston than meets the eye. Yes, Space Center Houston is spectacular, especially for adults who’ve always dreamed of interstellar travel. And yes, it’s home to the Houston Astros and Rockets, but outside of space and sports, there’s a funky little town hidden in one of the country’s metropolitan cities—the fourth-largest, to be exact.
Home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, Greater Fort Lauderdale has been a vacation paradise for decades. Made up of 31 cities, including Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, the Greater Fort
Lauderdale area is easily explored by car. With almost-year-round perfect weather, it’s no wonder that hanging out at the pristine beaches is one of the most popular things to do.
Amor. Plain and simple, that’s Argentina’s new marketing initiative towards LGBTQ travellers and tourism. In short, it easily sums up what the country is all about, especially the city of Buenos Aires, which has consistently been referred to as the most welcoming city to gay travellers in South America. Buenos Aires has always been at the forefront of change and acceptance; a quick Google search of their yearly pride celebrations will quickly prove that, as it is one of the largest and most festive celebrations in the region, if not the world.
Some are dubbed the "pink palace" or "pink lady" of their locale. Some were built in the 1920's, their architecture reminiscent of the Gatsby era. Thanks to their bold coral, blush and rose hues, all are beautiful backdrops for special occasions.
In the depths of the Grand Canyon lies a place a beauty that most don’t know about: Havasupai. The Havasupai people who reside there are known as the “people of the blue-green water,” and have been maintaining this secret mythical place for many years, but have permitted visitors to come and experience the magic of the falls and river.