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    Guided Electric Bike Tours Of Sydney

    The newest way to see Sydney, Australia is onboard an electric GoCycle as part of a guided tour from Blue Bananas. To date, their guests have traveled more than 2,200 kilometers from the Sydney Opera House to Mrs. McQuarrie’s Chair on the shores of Sydney Harbor. The company’s website proclaims: “Our guided electric bike tours […] More

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    Scuba Diving Tours In The Philippines

        The crystalline waters of the Philippines are rated highly by the world’s scuba divers.  Lonely Planet has called the corridor between Coron and El Nido “One of the most beautiful waterways of the world.” El Nido also garnered Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards for ” Best Island” in the World” in 2014. Discovery […] More

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    Pumphouse Point Hotel Opens In Wilderness Preserve

    Lake St.Claire in Tasmania is the deepest lake in Australia. It is also in the middle of a Wilderness World Heritage preserve. After World War II, a hydro-electric facility was constructed 600′ offshore right in the middle of all this pristine natural beauty. Abandoned in 1990, the pumphouse sat vacant for many years, until a bold […] More

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    Adventure Trekking In Nepal

    The 3 Sisters Adventure Trekking Company was established in 1994 in Pokhara, Nepal. Prior to that, the founders, the three sisters Lucky, Dicky and Nicky Karki Chhetri, operated a small guest house and noticed that there were no female guides to lead the many international travelers who come to Nepal to hike the Himalayas. In […] More

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    Biking The Camino de Santiago

    Are you up for an amazing bicycle touring adventure? How about a trip from Pamplona through the Pyrenees to Galicia on the coast of Spain? El Camino de Santiago is an ancient path taken by millions of religious pilgrims since the days of the Crusades to the shrine of St. James the Great in the Cathedral of […] More

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    Come Back To Harlem

    The Harlem section of New York City has been a center for cultural and culinary artistry for nearly a century. Recently NYC Go is inviting visitors to come back to Harlem to rediscover all it has to offer. Restaurants abound and none better for capturing the essence of the neighborhood than The Red Rooster on Lenox […] More

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    Walking And Biking Tours Of Houston

      One of the oldest cities in Texas, Houston has over 215 homes and buildings on the National Historic Register of Historic Places. The Architecture Center Houston (ArCH) offers residents and visitors alike a variety of walking and bicycle tours that showcase the city’s diverse architectural and cultural history. Tours usually cost $10.00. On January […] More

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    Visiting The Paracas National Reserve In Peru

    According to The Nature Conservancy, the Paracas National Reserve in Peru is one of the most important marine habitats in the world. Located 165 miles south of Lima, the area is fed by the cold waters of the Humboldt Current flowing northward from Antartica, making it a vital source of food for hundreds of species of […] More

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    2015 Is Silk Road Tourism Year In China

    When Marco Polo trekked west out of China to establish new markets for Chinese goods, his travels were among the first contacts between central Asia and China. The route he took came to be known as the Silk Road, in honor of China’s most famous and most sought after export. This year, China is focusing a major […] More

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    Bicycle Touring In France

      Right now, the Euro is the lowest it has been against the dollar in 9 years. That means it’s the perfect time to visit any country in the European Union. And to make it even better, long time French bicycle touring company Cyclomundo is offering substantial discounts on its self=guided bike tours through the French […] More

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    Hot Air Ballooning And Ecotourism In Goa

    Goa, a state on the west coast of India, is luring visitors this summer with hot air ballooning and amphibious tours. “Both adventure services will focus on highlighting Goa’s hinterlands and will give tourists an opportunity to explore the rich geography of Goa via the sky and the waterways,” says Nilesh Cabral, head of Goa Tourism. […] More

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