Egypt’s unique blend of history, culture, and geography has made it a popular travel destination. With thriving urban communities, ancient sites like the Pyramids of Giza and Valley of the Kings, and stunning waterways of the Nile River and Red Sea, there’s something for everyone in Egypt.
In 2018, 38.3 million tourists made their way to Thailand. Were you among them? If not, what are you waiting for? The Southeast Asian nation delivers on the hype, with stunning natural scenery, delicious food, and awe-inspiring spiritual sites. Best of all, Thailand is inexpensive despite its popularity.
Below are several interesting facts about Thailand, along with Thai phrases to know, must-see destinations, and more:
With mountain ranges dominating landscapes coast to coast, the United States is filled with great skiing. Here are seven ski and snowboard destinations (and one bonus location!) in seven different states that you should be eyeing as winter approaches.
Iceland's tourism has exploded during the past decade: In 2010, after a financial crisis and devastating volcanic eruption, 500,000 tourists visited the Nordic island nation. Now, it welcomes more than 2 million visitors annually.
There’s more to Mexico than Cabo and Cancun. Don’t get us wrong—those places are great. But in a country with more than 761,000 square miles of coastlines, mountains, deserts, and jungles, not to mention a vibrant culture with Spanish and indigenous influences, there are bound to be some hidden gems.
Going on big trips is fun. Packing for them—the tough decisions, the second guessing, the sense of dread that you’re forgetting something important—not so much.
From unexpected venues to stunning natural landscapes, these unique wedding destinations will make saying "I do" a truly unforgettable experience.
Creating your own travel itinerary can be overwhelming, especially when encompassing multiple foreign cities or countries you've never visited before.
Cruises provide unforgettable vacations for the entire family, with plenty to do for the little ones all the way up through to the adults.
Probably one of the most popular bucket list events on the planet, there's nothing like throwing on your best lederhosen or dirndls and experiencing Oktoberfest in Germany.
The largest beer festival in the world, Oktoberfest is held in Munich each year, running 16 to 18 days at the end of September through the first weekend of October. This year, it's September 21st to October 6th. But we don't suggest going for that long.