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Ann Babe

Safaris in the African savanna can be expensive. Go on a two-day guided excursion in Kruger National Park in South Africa, for example, and it will cost you upwards of $400 — and that’s just per person. If you’re strapped for cash but still long for that safari feeling... Read More

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With the rising threat of terrorism across the globe, traveling away from home can feel scary — specifically to places near the heart of tension. But consider this: When it comes to terrorism, it is unlikely to stumble into the middle of a terrorist attack anywhere. The probability is comparable, if not higher, in... Read More

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The number of tourists visiting Egypt is down 41 percent from last year, reaching the lowest it’s been since 2005. With smaller crowds, Egypt is more affordable than ever. If you feel comfortable making the trip, this might be the optimal time to experience the land of pharaohs and pyramids, and enjoy the glorious sunshine and extraordinary Nile. A morning... Read More

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Cairo

As avid travelers, planning future trips is a pastime. But, going beyond the usual dream destinations, there are a few less likely places that we want to visit… but just not quite yet. Here are five cities we are looking forward to visiting… a few years from now: ... Read More

Karen Gardiner Dion

Many of us passionate travelers value our independence so fiercely that we can be loathe to hand over our travel plans to an guide, or an organized tour. There are, however, some situations where a guide can enrich the experience or even save you some money. Here are five... Read More

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In life, being in the right place at the right time can come down to serendipity, but in travel, it is almost always the result of good planning. To avoid crowds and inflated prices, we recommend the period between high and low seasons when the weather is fine, places... Read More

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Best Places to See the Summer Solstice

The summer solstice holds significance to many cultures, both old and new. For us, it simply marks the beginning of summer. But many religions have worshipped the solstice and even built monuments around it. So, instead of just buckling down for a barbecue and a beer, consider traveling to... Read More

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Africa

If you’re looking to take an exotic vacation this season, we’ve got deals for you from all over the world; from Africa to Europe to the Caribbean islands. Stray outside of your comfort zone and take the journey you’ve always dreamed of; with these fantastic deals, you’ve got few... Read More

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National Fragrance Day

Happy National Fragrance Day! Since many perfumes draw inspiration from places around the world, we thought there was no better way to celebrate than finding fragrances that best evoked their respective locations. Want to smell like a spring day? Maybe you’re more interested in evoking the romance of Paris... Read More

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Cunard Mediterranean Sale

We’d love if every cruise we took could be aboard a luxury liner like the Queen Elizabeth, but budget constraints normally keep us from splurging on all that opulence and personal service. However, these amazing, limited time fares – up to 60 percent off – on Cunard’s fall Mediterranean... Read More

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PunchStockEscape to top winter destinations like Belize and Banff to beat the blues

Brrrr. When Old Man Winter comes to town, it’s easy to get down. But a visit to any of our favorite places to beat the winter blues will have you forgetting about the slush, snow boots, and dreary days of the long, dark season in no time. This year... Read More

Egypt pyramids

If you’ve always longed to see Egypt’s mysterious pyramids and its majestic Nile River, now is a great time to add the stamp to your passport – and save big bucks in the process. Despite an ongoing U.S. State Department warning against “non-essential travel” to Egypt following the country’s... Read More

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Sphinx, Egypt

Several eastern Mediterranean cruises use the exotic wonders of Egypt and Libya as major selling points on voyages. Unfortunately, recent violence and political turmoil in Egypt, Tunisia, and Libya have caused many cruise lines to change ports of call or to cancel voyages entirely. Cruise lines had recently jumped on... Read More

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Egypt Protests

Travelers in 2011 have already hit some serious turbulence, with record-breaking snowstorms canceling flights in the Midwest and along the East Coast, a suicide bomber at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport killing 35 people, and now a week of violent political protests in Egypt forcing governments worldwide to dispatch charter flights... Read More

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mediterranean cruise

By: Zach Custer, Amber Nolan & Elina Vaysbeyn Sailing the storied waters of the Mediterranean offers a sense of romance and adventure on the high seas that is virtually unsurpassed, with its shimmering, cerulean sea providing access to a staggering array of diversified ports, ranging from sleepy old-world fishing villages... Read More