25 Best Places For Fall Colors That Are Remarkably Breathtaking

Fall is not just about pumpkin spice…especially since that basically shows up in the summer now. If you live anywhere other than where I live (Florida), fall brings cooler temperatures and an abundance of nature’s artwork in hundreds of shades of red, yellow, and orange (among other rarities). While I’ve personally visited a few places on this list, I have to admit, writing this really made me want to travel to all of the others. Here are 25 Best Places For Fall Colors That Are Remarkably

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Published in: on April 1, 2017 at 10:14 am  Leave a Comment  
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Incredible Photos Of An Uncontacted Amazon Tribe That Doesn’t Know Our Civilization Exists

Brazilian photographer Ricardo Stuckert had his helicopter flight diverted because of a storm, but this detour led to a remarkable photos of a remote rain forest tribe. These high-resolution images were taken in Brazil’s state of Acre, near its border with Peru. This region strictly protects its forests and indigenous inhabitants. The photographs show a small group of people with plain clothing, weapons, and body paint. During contact, one man even threw his spear towards the helicopter.

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Published in: on April 1, 2017 at 8:00 am  Leave a Comment  
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27-Year-Old Woman Becomes The First Female Ever To Visit Every Country On Earth, Here’s How She Did It

Recently we told you about Cassandra De Pecol, a 27-year-old traveler from Connecticut, US, who was aiming to become the first woman to travel to all 193 sovereign states (plus Kosovo, Taiwan and Palestine). Well guess what? She’s just done it, and not only that, she officially holds the record as the fastest person to do so after breaking the previous record in over half the time! Cassie’s epic adventure, which was called Expedition196, took a total of 18 months and 26 days. She set out on

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Published in: on March 29, 2017 at 3:00 pm  Leave a Comment  

Woman Goes To Alaska To Photograph Polar Bears In Snow – But There’s No Snow

Photographer Patty Waymire wanted to capture polar bears in the picturesque snow, so she traveled to Barter Island, Alaska – and shockingly, there was no snow. ‘I was surprised when I arrived, to find there was no snow nor was the sea ice forming yet,’ Waymire told The Huffington Post. ‘The locals told me that it was an unusually warm winter and that the snow would be late in arriving. It is one of the warmest winters on record.’ She was quick to spot polar bears on patches of sand and dirt,

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Published in: on March 26, 2017 at 1:04 pm  Leave a Comment  
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I’ve Traveled To One Of The Most Beautiful Beach Areas In South America

That the naturally sculpted ‘Pedra Furada’ will look so dreamy in the sunset light Every time we travel to a new place we have the tendency to create certain expectations about the things we are about to see and do. Internet is playing an essential role in gathering all the information we might need before engaging with the unknown. This is a very good thing to do that can save us a lot of trouble and money, but in the same time it partially compromises the element of surprise or creates

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Published in: on March 24, 2017 at 11:27 am  Leave a Comment  

Woman Goes To Alaska To Photograph Polar Bears In Snow – But There’s No Snow

Photographer Patty Waymire wanted to capture polar bears in the picturesque snow, so she traveled to Barter Island, Alaska – and shockingly, there was no snow. “I was surprised when I arrived, to find there was no snow nor was the sea ice forming yet,” Waymire told The Huffington Post. “The locals told me that it was an unusually warm winter and that the snow would be late in arriving. It is one of the warmest winters on record.” She was quick to spot polar bears on patches of sand and dirt,

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Published in: on February 19, 2017 at 2:56 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Guido Diana Travelled 24.000km Through North America And Took Home These Incredible Pictures

My name is Guido Diana and September 2016 I decided to fulfill my long life dream to travel and photograph North America. With more than 24.000 km traveled by air and road, I witnessed some of the most incredible scenery and adventures. During my three months of travel, I have seen the yellow aspen fall colors of Colorado, the incredible lakes of the Canadian Rockies, drove San Francisco’s Golden Gate bridge, Stood at the foot of the Grand Canyon, had an encounter with a wild grizzly bear

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Published in: on February 14, 2017 at 11:17 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Sleep In A Bookshelf With 5000 Books In Kyoto’s New Bookstore-Themed Hostel

Remember Book And Bed Tokyo – the bookstore-themed hotel? Well, since the hostel was such a bit hit they’re opening another one on December 2nd – this time in Kyoto! Just like the one in Tokyo, Book And Bed Kyoto guests will sleep in bunks built inside the bookshelves. With up to 5000 books to choose from, there’ll be a rich collection of both English and Japanese books to choose from. It’s the ultimate spot for any book worm! Prices start from around $39 per night. More info:

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Published in: on February 10, 2017 at 10:52 am  Leave a Comment  
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These photos are your holiday travel nightmare come to life

SEE ALSO: TSA’s tragic tale of a giant abandoned teddy bear gets a twist Christmas is just a week away, so we’re now officially near the height of holiday travel season, which is full of hiccups and snarls. Travel veterans won’t flinch, but new photos out of Denver International Airport on Sunday might make anyone’s heart skip a beat, especially if they’re worried about making an upcoming flight. Winter weather resulted in hundreds of canceled flights on Frontier Airlines and a nightmare

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Published in: on February 6, 2017 at 9:47 am  Leave a Comment  
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Africa – Our Grand Namibian Safari Adventure

The post Africa – Our Grand Namibian Adventure appeared first on Signature African Safaris. Part 1 of 5 Early last year, my better other half  & I started planning a trip to celebrate her retirement and a ‘big’ birthday. My expertise and the weakness of the South African Rand led us to decide on Namibia. The trip was not to have a high focus on wildlife but instead a balance with scenery and new experiences for her. We had 13 nights to play with and since we had decided to self-drive most

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