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Advice from experienced travelers on how to plan and calculate your travel budget before you go.
Even if you only have 24 hours, you can see a lot of a city in one day: here are tools and resources for a perfect stopover.
If you're a woman considering Brazil tourism, you've probably heard it's unsafe and not a great destination. That's not exactly true.
Graffiti street art is graffiti for some, street art for others, and often more complex than a few bits of spray on a wall. Find out what it's all about.
Tsunamis and earthquakes aren't the first thing you think about when you travel but if you're headed to a danger zone, think of preparing for natural disaster survival.
Just because you have less money doesn't mean you can't travel when broke. Find out how to keep spending down and get around the high cost of travel.
Travel with disabilities is a challenge but, according to expert Candy Harrington, one that can be overcome with the right preparation.
Empowerment through travel means using travel as a method of self-improvement. Here are 10 ways travel can empower you.
South Korea may not always be on a traveler's bucket list, but once you step inside this remarkable country, you'll be wondering why you didn't visit sooner!
Sacred to Shaivites and other Hindus (as well as other pilgrims seeking something sacred), it is said to be the heart-abode of Shiva. It's an extinct
When I visited Tikal, (after a mission trip to bring clean water to a town in Guatemala), I was sitting at the top of a pyramid with about 30 other people,
Beat the foreign currency blues by carrying prepaid credit cards - and avoid ATM fraud too/
Women on the Road's Mini-Travel Guides for Women are all about female travel. In this case, travel to Italy - what you should know, what you can ignore, and the truth in-between.
If you're a woman traveling independently, the idea of Morocco travel might be scary – but it might also be wrong. Get a woman traveler’s take here.
Slum tourism - is it plain crass voyeurism or is it enlightened tourism?
Better infrastructure and amazing diversity means you're just in time to take a South Africa vacation: here's what you need to know.
It's often suggested that you dress like a local when you travel - but it's not always wise. Find out when you can - and when you shouldn't.
A couple of months ago I spent the afternoon at the House of Sharing learning more about Japan's use of women during World War II. Located south of Seoul
Making travel New Year resolutions - or any resolutions - requires some thought and planning. There are ways to making them, and keeping them.
Avoid small bites that have big consequences. Travel with a mosquito net if you're headed for Africa, Latin America or Asia.
Flashpacking - it’s backpacking with flash, with style and panache. Backpacking yes, but with cool hardware and a bit of luxury thrown in.
When researching your travels the best travel forums online can help you by crowdsourcing information.
Signing up for voluntourism? Here are the essential questions to ask before you sign up.
South Korea is known for many healthy foods: kimchi, rice and seaweed to name a few. However, ginger is one health item that is often overlooked. Ginger
How to get the most out of your food tourism experience if experiencing a country's foods is one of the main reasons you travel.