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Iceland in November

While booking tropical beach holidays is often a go-to for travellers when deciding on the next vacation spot, there is something magical about entering into a winter wonderland instead.  Iceland is one such place that completely, and often unexpectedly, blows your mind with wild landscapes, delicious food, and the friendliest of nations. However, there is a lot going on on...

Iceland In July: A Summer Experience

Iceland is a unique country that has much to offer those looking for adventure and new experiences. The people of this island nation are generally quite warm and welcoming to tourists. Locals won’t hesitate to help you if need be.  July marks the beginning of summer in Iceland. This season is very different from the winter months and the nature...

Cheap Beach Vacations – Travelling On A Budget

When it comes to holiday destinations to travel to the thought of Idyllic sandy beaches, shade and crystal clear water sounds like perfection.  The perfect holiday doesn’t have to burn a hole in your pocket as there are many affordable destinations to travel to. There is a common misconception that most beach holidays are expensive. However, this all depends on...

What To Expect While Visiting Iceland In September

September marks the start of the short autumn months in Iceland. However, the days are still relatively long during this period of time and outdoor excursions are pleasant. Iceland is a small island nation located close to the arctic circle. It was settled hundreds of years ago by Norwegians. The population of the island is relatively small with the capital...

Iceland in December (Travel Guide for an Icelandic Christmas)

If you enjoy traveling and seeing the Northern Lights, Iceland is the spot you want to be. This country provides the most amazing holiday memories like no other.  The country offers more than just a breathtaking view, there are plenty of tours and activities and delicious food available in December in Iceland. Read on below to find out all there is...

Iceland In April – A Travel Guide For First-Time Visitors

April marks the slow decline of the winter months in Iceland. The days start to get longer and the temperatures slightly warmer. It’s the perfect time to see Iceland. Iceland is well known for being absolutely unique when compared to other countries. This small island is famous for its glaciers, volcanoes, geothermal springs and lava fields.  Due to the nature of...

Travelling To Iceland In January – What To Expect 

Iceland is a beautiful country filled with mountain ranges, glistening waterfalls, geothermal pools and vast stretches of open land dotted with the occasional town or small city.  The month of January falls in the middle of winter in Iceland, the cold may seem like a deterrence for tourists but January in Iceland has a lot to offer.  Prices of accommodation and...

8 Best travel backpacks to buy in 2020

There’s something exciting about choosing a backpack for your next adventure. And it’s even more exciting knowing that soon you’ll be living it up backpacker-style. But a few days closer to your departure date you may be the second-guessing yourself. Is living out of a backpack really that great? How on earth are you going to fit everything? How do...

Guruvayur Temple in Kerala – A Hindu Holy Site

Located in the province of Kerala, India, Guruvayur temple has stood for many centuries. It is considered to be an incredibly holy site in the Hindu religion, seen as one of their most important places of worship within the world. The temple sees many religious visitors throughout the year seeking blessings, enlightenment or both. The region of Kerala and...

Historical Places in India

Archeological evidence tells us that India was home to a highly sophisticated culture spanning the greater part of Asia. With lands so rich in history and culture, tradition enriches a traveler’s experience. And when thinking of India, grand palaces and colorful cities come quickly to mind. After all, they’re a significant part of what India is today. From the North to...