Do you want to hit the roads? Tourists would like to cruise to find cool sceneries, hidden spots, adventure, and fun. Every year, though, we hear the news stories that the number of people killed on the roads. Mostly, it's the driver's mishaps. But we also have to survey the roads where they travel.
Vlogging is seen as the trend today, and more people do video blogging than write off an article that sells. Travel vloggers are besetting up hits and followers on YouTube and take in fantastic revenues from individuals who view their videos.
Do you remember the inflatable bouncer you played, which gives you hours of fun and enjoyment when you were a kid? Now, you can relive those memories when you were a child if you heard of The Beast, the world's biggest inflatable obstacle course for adults.
UK airports are charging travelers double than their usual car park rates when they want their vehicles to stay put on the venue grounds upon vacationing on school breaks and summer peaks. The recent move to increase park charges has angered the public and some airline officials, even calling it outrageous profiteering.
While many people shudder at the thought of bugs, there are individuals, or nations rather, who relish the idea of eating insects. Humanosphere reports that insects are almost certainly going to be a bigger part of your diet in the future and are healthier, for you and the planet than many, if not most, things Americans eat.
This year's Pancake Day falls on the last day of February and just in time for Lent. Also known as Shrove Tuesday, people around the world will be "shroving" or "freeing themselves from sin" by munching down indulgent and fatty foods before Ash Wednesday.
There is a particular company that allows you to plan your trip by finding out your ancestral origins and assists you in visiting the places you are from. DNA Unwrapped lets you take a swipe of your DNA in which you can already determine your genealogy up to 80 countries and invites you to visit these regions for yourself.
Community leaders in the South Pacific islands plan to ban all Western junk food to give importance to local, organic products for consumption. The initiative is seen to combat health problems and promote the islands' agricultural lands and natural resources.
The tourism industry seems to be 'monkeying around' to boost domestic and foreign visitors in their countries. We have the latest scoop in the animal kingdom and how it can help tourists appreciate both the countries' sceneries and the monkeys roaming there.
How to not run out of money during vacations? These five tips can get you started
Booking.com unraveled that travelers always wanted to have a nice sleep during their stay in hotels. The Booking.com Guest Review Awards have uncovered that the number one requisite of tourists has always been a comfortable bed for them for them to sleep peacefully with the experience of feeling like home.
Do you know where your next holiday will be? Don't worry, there's a brain reading software that reads your emotions and leads you to your perfect destination.
Many Americans dream of having to travel and relax all day but only a few get to realize that dream. That's why the people behind Project: Time Off, marked January 31 as National Plan for Vacation Day and encourages everyone to take advantage of their office leaves.
iKamper has introduced a quite unique tent experience for travelers who wants to sleep in more 'magical way' - on top of their cars.
Did your vacation in 2016 not go so well? Maybe it's time to ask yourself these five questions to make your 2017 adventures more productive!