Travel Resolutions You Might Want To Consider

travel resolutionsNew Year is a new opportunity to start fresh and new. Although we can mostly change bad habits at any time of the year, it is a tradition that we mostly list down our New Year’s resolutions at the start of the year.

Here are some of our travel resolutions you might like to think about:

Take fewer photos. It is alright to take photos and selfies if you want. But it is always good to do everything in moderation. You should also be considerate, especially when taking photos of popular places and other people also want to take pictures of the place.

In most cases, it is best to just be in the moment and enjoy and remember the details of your trip without your phone getting in the way.

Don’t use your phone when dining. This is especially true when you are dining with others. Avoid taking photos of your food because your companion may just want to eat and concentrate talking to you and not on your phone.

Paying attention to those you dine with shows you respect the dining table, the food you are eating and your companions too. Join in the conversation and connect with the actual people you are dining with which is better than tapping on your phone searching for people to connect.

Travel sustainability. Respect the place you are travelling in by not littering. If possible, bring your own reusable utensils and refillable water bottle. As we want to take care of our environment, small steps to lowering our carbon footprint on places we visit is a big help to our planet.

Best Beaches In The World For A Romantic Getaway

best beaches in the worldWhere you go to spend your honeymoon is a big deal. So check out the following beach destinations made for romantic getaways.

Bora Bora

With insanely stunning beaches and world-class resorts, Bora Bora in Tahiti is just a perfect honeymoon retreat. Stay in one of the huts like cabins situated over a blue lagoon and experience tropical bliss like no other. Bora Bora is a premier honeymoon destination so a honeymoon stay here perfectly fits the bill.

Fiji

The beautiful island of Fiji offers perfect beaches with turquoise waters and stunning coral reefs. And while the beaches are more than adequate to make any newlywed’s dream vacation come true, exploring the island’s other attractions will make your stay even more memorable.

Take an adventure with your loved one through natural waterfalls and exploring underwater life while scuba diving or snorkelling. This is one honeymoon trip you’ll always remember.

Railay Beach

When the ultimate in exclusivity is what you are after, Railay Beach in Krabi, Thailand is the place to be. Accessible only by boat, this beach island is surrounded by towering limestone cliffs that look like they came straight out of a fantasy film. This single attraction makes the visit to this secluded island worth the trip. Enjoy a very relaxing and private stay on this island with your loved one.

Treasure Cay

The Treasure Cay in the Bahamas is a beautiful and popular island south of Florida. Powder soft sand and crystal clear azure water are sure to attract any couple looking for a place to make good memories.

Intimate moments will definitely be plenty as you view the sunset with your special someone on the beach. And if things get too slow and boring, sign up for some awesome diving or snorkelling adventure to liven up the day!

Stress-Free Holiday Getaways – Relaxing Destinations To Go On Holiday

stress free getawaysAre you looking for a relaxing destination to go on holiday? Here are some great places that gives you a chance to escape the busy city life.

The Maldives

Known to be a great place to go on a honeymoon, but the Maldives is also a great place to enjoy your leisure holiday with family and friends. A South Asian country situated in the Indian Ocean, it offers fascinating islands, blue seas, white sandy beaches, healthy and beautiful reefs, and many different types of water activities. Whether you want to go there to enjoy the spectacular destination or go on a cruise, it is all fun and relaxing.

Thailand

The land of smiles is the most famous tourist destination in Southeast Asia, and for a reason. You will enjoy its picturesque scenery and friendly environment. You will love the beautiful beach resorts and frenetic nightlife. Puhuket and Koh Samui are just two of the beach resorts you will want to visit.

Also, you can enjoy the different adventures you can do in the country at relatively good prices. You should visit Chiang Mai, Thailand’s old capital in the Northen Hills, to see the city’s most popular attractions the Doi Suthep temple.

Vietnam

The country is rich not just in natural beauty but it is also rich of colonial heritage. Experience the frenzied chaos of the cities while enjoying its delectable cuisine. You and your best friend will have fun as the both of you chronicle the adventures of your vacation in the beautiful country.

What to Do and See in Canada

Canada has a lot to offer, from cities to a rainforest, huge mountains and some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world. If you’re a fan of the classic road trip, then Canada should be your next destination.

Montreal
Montreal (in Quebec) is unlike anywhere else in Canada, especially in the older parts of the city, where the French restaurant staff speak French, and the streets are made of cobblestone. There’s an underground mall and plenty of jazz clubs; you could be forgiven for thinking you were in Europe!

Vancouver
This city will feel more like what you might expect from a Canadian city, as opposed to Montreal. The best part is when walking to the edge of the city, and you find that you’re instantly immersed in the mountains. It is one of the best places in the world to find such a wonderful mix of concrete jungle and nature.

Canadian Food
Interestingly, Canadians have amazing food without really being known for it. Poutine, anyone? Fans of the pub meal, you’ll be looking to spend around 15-35 CAD between the pubs and nicer restaurants. You can get away with cooking for yourself at about 50-75 CAD per week.

The Icefields
The primary connection between Banff and Jasper is the Icefields: massive glaciers that have to be experienced in the flesh. You can hike through Maligne Canyon and see frozen waterfalls, or go skiing and snowboarding in a range of different spots. If the cold weather is your thing, this is the place to check out!

Use a Car
Considering how big Canada is, the easiest way to get around is definitely by car. Public transport is excellent within the major cities, but if you want to get out and about to explore the wilderness, you’ll need your own ride. Keep in mind that there are only two major airlines in Canada, so flying between spots can be pricey.

Roadtrippers will be in heaven in Canada; splash out on renting a cool and comfy car to take you on an amazing adventure.