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This Safari Reaches For New Heights In Conservation

This Safari Reaches For New Heights In Conservation

If there’s anything more captivating than seeing African wildlife for the first time, it’s viewing the majestic creatures from the air as they traverse the land. This was my introduction to Kenya: peering awestruck through the window of a 10-passenger plane while ruddy dunes morphed into lush farmland, and a ...

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Best affordable beach resorts in the Caribbean for 2018

Best affordable beach resorts in the Caribbean for 2018

Post to FacebookPosted!<p class="util-bar-success-description util-bar-success-description-facebook“>A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Divi Southwinds Beach Resort, Barbados: Unfolding across 20 acres, Divi Southwinds has plenty of space for guests to spread out. Kids are kept top of mind here, as you can tell by amenities like tennis courts, three ...

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African Safari Specialists: 16 Experts We Trust

African Safari Specialists: 16 Experts We Trust

Even the most hardcore travelers we know—the sort of people who plan their own hikes through Patagonia, ride motor scooters up and down Vietnam, and bareboat charter in the BVIs—get a little skittish when it comes to that most bucket-y of bucket trips, the ultimate African safari. And who can ...

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Families who visit Disney every year share savings tips

Families who visit Disney every year share savings tips

Going on a family vacation to “the most magical place on earth” costs a pretty penny for families, and the price has gone up yet again. This year, Disney increased the price of admission into its U.S. theme parks by about 9 percent on average. Forbes reports that Disney increased ...

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Cricket sends Indian tourists Australia soaring

Cricket sends Indian tourists Australia soaring

  John O’Sullivan, Chief Executive, Tourism Australia, at the Australian Tourism Exchange. Copyright : Tourism Australia and South Australia Tourism Commission. India has emerged as the fastest growing market for Australian tourism, beating China in terms of growth rate, though not in the absolute numbers. The surge has been fuelled ...

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Celebrate Powell’s trees on Arbor Day

Now, with the city’s annual Arbor Day celebration scheduled for next week, the spotlight will once again shine on Powell’s trees. Festivities will kick off Thursday, April 26, as fifth graders from Parkside, Westside and Southside elementary schools are invited to The Commons for an afternoon of programs promoting education ...

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Best affordable beach resorts in the Caribbean for 2018

Best affordable beach resorts in the Caribbean for 2018

Divi Southwinds Beach Resort, Barbados: Unfolding across 20 acres, Divi Southwinds has plenty of space for guests to spread out. Kids are kept top of mind here, as you can tell by amenities like tennis courts, three pools, mini-golf and a kids’ club. However, the major highlight is beautiful Dover Beach, ...

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Life After the Castros: Escaping a Long Shadow in Cuba

Life After the Castros: Escaping a Long Shadow in Cuba

As a set piece of propaganda, the unveiling of the bronze statue of José Martí that evoked Cuba’s greatest independence hero at the moment of his death was a flop. But as a mournful scene from the closing act of the Castro brothers’ 60-year rule, the official event that took ...

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