Costa Rica is famous for beaches, rainforests, and those adorable little smiling sloths. But have you thought about Costa Rica’s waterfalls? As a tropical country, Costa Rica sees a lot of rain–about 100 inches per year. In the mountainous regions (hint: where the rivers start) that can jump to 25 feet a year in some places! All that water makes for plenty of crystal clear rivers and some pretty impressive waterfalls.
Have you ever landed in a new city, made your way through the airport and out onto the curb only to realize you had no idea what form of transportation you would use next? Well, now there is a great way to find the best and cheapest options.
Quebec City is the go-to place for families, couples, and singles. To get the most out of your trip, you will need to create an itinerary, and that’s part of the fun when planning your trip! Fortunately, Quebec City is home to some of the most spectacular landmarks and tourist destinations. So, finding something for every member of your group to enjoy will be a breeze with a little research.
As a great option for those of us who are constantly on a tight travel budget, South Africa definitely offers a very unique experience. As long as you plan it out well, you won’t break the bank, and you’ll still get to see some pretty spectacular sights and have a ton of fun. Of course, in the interest of you having the best time possible on your trip, we’d like to offer you a few tips, so for anyone who’s longing to see South Africa here are some of the things to keep in mind.
So, you’re traveling to Australia! Lucky you, and your family! Australia is a land of never-ending fun and excitement and has a lot to offer to kids, teens, and adults, too. However, if this is your first time vacationing with children, it can be a little tricky to entertain them and provide the youngsters with fun activities and experiences. Luckily, here’s a little guide that will show you some of the best cheap and fun family vacation ideas.
Before I visited the Seychelles, I had read a lot about how this is one of the most expensive destinations in the world and not at all suitable for backpackers. Moreover, since it is termed as a honeymoon spot, I wasn’t sure if going solo here was actually a good choice or not. But, in the end, my love for traveling to islands won over my fear of traveling solo in an expensive country and I am really grateful for it. You know why? Because Seychelles is not as expensive as they claim it to be. Yes, it is still slightly expensive in comparison to South East Asian countries but it is quite easily manageable. I managed my entire 15 day solo trip to this island for $730 USD, and here is how you can do it too.
If you are not planning to travel across the world, then the best kind of trip that you can choose is a road trip. The road had its own special appeal, and it is something that will probably never go away. Sure, people do live fast today, and often simply have to get on and off a plane in order to reach a certain destination in time. But if you have all the time of the world on your hands, then you should really consider prepping your car and heading for an “on the road” experience.
HostelWorld is currently having a competition to win not just one, but three amazing adventures. All you have to do in order to enter this competition is book a hostel on their website by the end of September.
Planning a vacation to New York City can be exciting, but the budget can quickly get out of control.
If you’re a digital nomad, then Bali sure seems like heaven to you. It’s already popular, and it continues to grow in popularity. And trust us, there is a good reason for that.