Travel enthusiasts explore the far reaches of the Himalayas amid coronavirus





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While the whole world was gripped with the fear and uncertainty of Covid-19 a group of travel enthusiasts were looking forward to the light at the end of the tunnel. Despite whatever the pandemic and it’s restrictions threw at them, they made sure they followed all protocols and met every requirement to successfully travel to the far reaches of the Himalayas on a one of

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Adventure travel: Three men in a camper van explore Scotland’s north coast

Retired Bootham Park Hospital consultant psychiatrist BOB ADAMS and two friends headed up to Scotland in a camper van to tackle the ‘Scottish 500’

While everywhere south of Inverness basked in early May sunshine we decided to do the Scottish 500 – a 516-mile scenic road route around the north coast of Scotland designated in 2015 as a way of boosting tourism in northern Scotland.

This northern tip of Britain

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5 Best Road Trips in the US: Explore the Open Road

The only thing standing between you and your next adventure is choosing the destination. That’s right! We’re talking road trips.

Imagine embarking on your next great adventure from the comfort of your car. The only thing standing between you and those curving scenic byways is the time it takes to gather your keys, a map, and car snacks — oh, and choosing your route, of course! That’s where we come

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4 travel experiences to explore in South Africa

By Travel Reporter Time of article publishedSep 15, 2020

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Shaun Lamont, Managing Director of First Group Hotels and Resorts, believes that exploring your home country will not only allow you to escape the lockdown fatigue but also contribute to the economy and job creation.

He shares four travel experiences to explore in South Africa:

Sandy beaches

From Cape Town to Durban, to the

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Singapore to explore reinstating essential travel to Sichuan, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – The Republic will explore ways to facilitate essential business and official travel to Sichuan province in south-western China, Second Minister for Trade and Industry and Manpower Tan See Leng said on Tuesday (Sept 29).

Dr Tan said at the 21st Singapore-Sichuan Trade and Investment Committee Meeting, where he was a co-chair, that there is strong interest in resuming travel between Singapore and Sichuan.

“We hope to revive passenger

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Explore Palawan’s scenic islands on a traditional fishing boat

Palawan has been called the “best island in the world” and the Philippines’ “last biodiversity frontier.”



a boat on a body of water: Big Dream Boatman wants to showcase the hidden gems of Palawan to travelers.


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Big Dream Boatman wants to showcase the hidden gems of Palawan to travelers.

Sitting at the southwestern edge of the archipelago, the remote island province doesn’t disappoint.

From El Nido’s world-famous Bacuit Bay to the diving sites off Coron Island, travelers will find dramatic limestone cliffs, World War II wrecks, subterranean

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Want to Experience Sustainable Travel? Head to These 4 Destinations in India to Explore Just That



a man standing next to a river: A solo traveller. Photo Credit: GettyImages


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As travel begins to resume in many places around the world, travellers are dreaming of their next adventure and the meaningful impact they want to have on local community development once it’s safe to travel again. The 2020 Sustainable Travel Report by Booking.com, reveals that travellers want to continue making considerate choices by heading to less-visited destinations
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Field trip! Explore Texas City history firsthand with your kids at these sites

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In this Houston Field Trip series, find places to go and get the resources to study before your trip!

In this trip, see the 9th largest port in the country and learn about one of the largest non-nuclear explosions ever… in Texas City. Look below for a map of the route.

Resources:

Explore:

Texas City Museum
Texas
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5 ways to explore Cape Town on a budget



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With the easing of lockdown regulations to level 1 restrictions, South Africa is slowly starting to resume travel.

Cape Town Tourism’s Briony Brookes shares the five ways you can explore Cape Town on a budget:

Use the 50 things to do for under R50 list

The list showcases the budget-friendly options available for travellers. Highlights include hippo

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The adventure paradise I can’t wait to explore again

It’s Friday morning. My friends and I are out cruising on my speed boat. We skim across the water, flat like ice, through the waterways that weave around nearly 200 islands.



a tree in a forest: The Al Ain Oasis is a lush escape from sometimes harsh temperatures.


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The Al Ain Oasis is a lush escape from sometimes harsh temperatures.

One minute, the city skyline can be seen hugging the horizon, the next, we’re surrounded by mangroves. The stresses of the working

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REVIEW: Explore Ridgeway from The Greyhound Inn, Letcombe Regis

THEY say the Ridgeway is Europe’s oldest road.

For 5,000 years, feet have trampled the ribbon worn into the chalk downs along what is now Oxfordshire’s southern edge. Iron Age tribes, Romans, Saxons and drovers all made their way over the rolling hills and steep valleys. And at the vast hill forts and barrows, their ghosts feel close.

For all its significance, though, the Ridgeway has been mercifully forgotten –

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how to explore the city state’s wild side and connect with nature



a man riding on the back of a boat on a body of water: A woman catches a fish during a trip with Kayak Fishing Fever in Singapore. With international tourism on hold, the Singaporean government is encouraging residents to explore different sides of the city state. Photo: Kayak Fishing Fever


A woman catches a fish during a trip with Kayak Fishing Fever in Singapore. With international tourism on hold, the Singaporean government is encouraging residents to explore different sides of the city state. Photo: Kayak Fishing Fever

Before the Covid-19 pandemic closed the door on international tourism, Singaporean travel entrepreneur Scott Tay journeyed to some of the world’s most remote places. Conducting small-group tours, he spent time with Tsaatan reindeer

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Explore Munich, the Zugspitze and more from home

Borders may be closed to Americans and Oktoberfest festivities cancelled, but we’re heading for Bavaria anyway — virtually, that is, with walking tours of Munich, video festivals, an Alpine summit and some delicious beer, bites and blue-checkered fun.

Of course, Munich’s boisterous Oktoberfest, which originated in 1810 as a wedding celebration for Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese, has always been a major tourist draw. Last year’s festival drew

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