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Where to See Your Next Eclipse, From Iceland to Australia - cntraveler.com - Georgia - Iceland - Australia - Usa - state Colorado - Canada - state California - city Reykjavik - state Florida - state Alaska - state Ohio - Russia - Greenland - state Montana - state Utah - county Dakota
cntraveler.com
12.04.2024 / 19:15

Where to See Your Next Eclipse, From Iceland to Australia

The totality of an eclipse is never long enough. My first total solar eclipse experience in 2017 made for the shortest two minutes of my life: the sun transforming into a blazing diamond ring, the beautiful delirium of darkness, that perfect circle in the sky. Before I knew it, the eclipse was over—and my friends and I were plotting how we could catch our next.

U.S. Travelers Won’t Need a Visa to Visit Brazil Just Yet — What to Know - travelandleisure.com - Australia - Usa - Brazil - China - Canada - Turkey - city Rio De Janeiro
travelandleisure.com
11.04.2024 / 16:05

U.S. Travelers Won’t Need a Visa to Visit Brazil Just Yet — What to Know

Brazil has postponed its travel visa requirements for American visitors until 2025 just as it was set to go into effect. 

Sustainable Travel Brand Swifty Launches First UK Road-Legal E-Scooter - forbes.com - Australia - Britain - Usa - county Summit
forbes.com
10.04.2024 / 22:19

Sustainable Travel Brand Swifty Launches First UK Road-Legal E-Scooter

Independent British manufacturer Swifty Scooters has just launched a groundbreaking product that marks a significant milestone in British transportation history. The Swifty GO GT500 is the first e-scooter to receive official approval for road use in the UK, becoming the first road-legal e-scooter that a consumer can buy.

Portugal’s Must-Visit Surf Town: Where To Eat And Stay In Ericeira - forbes.com - Portugal - city Lisbon - Lebanon
forbes.com
10.04.2024 / 10:19

Portugal’s Must-Visit Surf Town: Where To Eat And Stay In Ericeira

Ericeira may be famous as Portugal’s capital of waves—it was the second place to be named a World Surfing Reserve and is still the only one in Europe—but it’s plenty appealing beyond the ocean too. Less than an hour from Lisbon, it has beautiful beaches, windswept cliffs and a charming historic center, plus a vibrant international community. Yes, there are surf-town staples like acai bars and hostels flaunting their board storage, but there’s also plenty of destination dining and some five-star hotels that are worth an overnight or more.

Fjords, Pharaohs or Koalas? Time to Plan for Your Next Eclipse. - nytimes.com - Spain - Iceland - Australia - New Zealand - Mexico - Greenland - Egypt - Venezuela
nytimes.com
09.04.2024 / 09:37

Fjords, Pharaohs or Koalas? Time to Plan for Your Next Eclipse.

Are you still a little giddy from the magical moments of totality during Monday’s solar eclipse? Or did clouds swoop in to block your view? Maybe you just couldn’t make it to the path of totality this time. No matter what, the question now is “Where and when will it happen again?”

When Is The Next Eclipse Going To Happen? This Is Where And When - forbes.com - Spain - Morocco - Iceland - Australia - New Zealand - South Africa - Saudi Arabia - city Madrid - India - Greenland - Egypt - Namibia - Botswana - Libya - Tunisia - Algeria - city Reykjavik, Iceland - city Queenstown, New Zealand - Yemen - Lesotho
forbes.com
08.04.2024 / 17:33

When Is The Next Eclipse Going To Happen? This Is Where And When

If you just saw your first total solar eclipse—or you are desperate to see another—here’s where and when to go to experience another totality:

Voluntourism And Educational Travel Experiences Exist For All Ages - forbes.com - Australia - Japan - county Island - state Alaska - Jamaica - county Bay - Fiji
forbes.com
06.04.2024 / 11:21

Voluntourism And Educational Travel Experiences Exist For All Ages

Educational travel and voluntourism often serve as a conduit for experiential learning. An educational vacation or community service travel can enrich knowledge of places and customs in ways that can’t be taught via textbooks, especially for younger kids who tend to soak up hands-on lessons like a sponge. Through cultural exploration and immersion, students become enriched as global citizens, while developing a stronger knowledge of language and geography as well as an increased confidence and problem solving skills.

Copy my trip: Sandboarding, festivals and epic sunsets in Western Australia - lonelyplanet.com - Australia - Canada
lonelyplanet.com
04.04.2024 / 19:29

Copy my trip: Sandboarding, festivals and epic sunsets in Western Australia

Lonely Planet Destination Editor Jessica Lockhart went to Western Australia for the wildflowers, but was won over by Perth’s immersive Indigenous experiences, stunning scenery and innovative culinary scene. Here, she shares how she spent her week — and why Perth is perfect at any time of year.

IndiGo Partners With Malaysia Airlines - India Report - skift.com - Australia - Britain - Usa - Turkey - Qatar - India - Malaysia - city Jaipur - city Pune
skift.com
04.04.2024 / 14:35

IndiGo Partners With Malaysia Airlines - India Report

Malaysia Airlines has entered into a codeshare agreement with India’s largest airline IndiGo. The agreement would allow the airlines to provide the networks of both carriers to their respective customers. 

Jewelry Care: How to Prevent Tarnishing and Other Damage While Traveling - cntraveler.com
cntraveler.com
03.04.2024 / 13:05

Jewelry Care: How to Prevent Tarnishing and Other Damage While Traveling

On the short-list of items that require special care when traveling, jewelry is somewhere close to the top. Their precious metals and delicate settings are just a few of the characteristics that make them more susceptible to damage both while en route and once you arrive at your destination. Whether you’re traipsing around a tropical island and need to protect your pieces from tarnishing or just trying to keep them clean after a long day of traveling through an airport, where they could be exposed to bacteria or accidental bangs and bends, it’s best to stay prepared.

How to Burst Out of Travel’s Luxury Cocoon - nytimes.com - Spain - city Paris - Australia - city Melbourne, Australia
nytimes.com
03.04.2024 / 09:53

How to Burst Out of Travel’s Luxury Cocoon

Nearly five billion people are expected to fly in 2024, according to the International Air Transport Association, a number that would surpass all previous records. And while first-class travel can provide a refuge from those crowds, it also can interfere with the unexpected encounters that can make travel so rewarding.

Do I need a visa to travel to Ireland? - lonelyplanet.com - Iceland - Norway - Eu - Liechtenstein - Switzerland - Australia - Ireland - Japan - New Zealand - Britain - Usa - South Africa - Taiwan - Canada - Hong Kong - Washington - South Korea - Chile - Argentina - county Republic
lonelyplanet.com
31.03.2024 / 07:47

Do I need a visa to travel to Ireland?

Visiting Ireland is a cinch if you’re visiting from a country that requires no visa or with whom Ireland has a visa waiver agreement. If you are visiting from a country with a visa requirement, then things can get a little more complicated, but here’s what you need to know to get you started.

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