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Take Part in Rabat’s Mawazine Festival of Music

Music makes the world go ’round, and Rabat, Morocco knows how to get things moving with the annual Festival of Music. The capital of Morocco comes alive every year at the annual Mawazine Festival. This gives Rabat the opportunity to celebrate the love of music with people from all over the world, while also promoting

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Ride the Rails in 19th-Century Style Aboard Tunisia’s Red Lizard Train

To get a feel of Tunisia’s history the way it happened back in the 19th Century, there’s no better way than to board this antique train for a tour of the old land. Closing the distance between Metlaoui and Redeyef is a track, built in the early 1900’s, that takes you on a 45 minute,

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See the Athens Coastline from the Tram

Athens, Greece has no short supply of public transportation, but if you don’t have anywhere in particular to be, then a ride along the coast on the tram is a great way to see the beauty of Greece while getting around. If you want to get anywhere in Athens, then you can certainly get there

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Entertain Children while in Valencia at Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

Many vacations focus on adult attractions that can bore young tourists, but Valencia’s Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias has the key to keeping children entertained. The Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (City of Arts and Science) in Valencia, Spain is a prime tourist destination for families. With fun and engaging attractions

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Why Peru is the Place for Corporate Events

Peru has many advantages to offer a business team before, after, and during your event. As Peru sits centre of the Pacific Coast in South America, it becomes a pivotal area for conducting international business. Not only does Peru provide optimal resources, it is also a low-cost option compared to other places in South America.

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Join in the Papuk European Geopark Week in Croatia

Each year, European Geoparks celebrate Geopark Week to raise public awareness about preserving the geological heritage of the area. There are many entertaining activities throughout the week. It’s all about awareness, really, but the activities that take place during the week through the end of May to early June make the trip to Papuk Geopark

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Ecotourism in Kenya: Protecting Africa’s Resources

Many areas of the world are now participating in ecotourism. Kenya has many eco-friendly resources that don’t require you to sacrifice an enjoyable vacation. Kenya is home to many of Africa’s endangered species, and the link between environment and tourism has a great impact on the welfare of Kenya’s wildlife. That’s why Kenya participates in

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5 Sites You Must See in Ephesus, Turkey

The most intriguing and inspiring vacations are the ones that bring you back in time to the ancient cities and their people. The most intriguing and inspiring vacations are the ones that bring you back in time to the ancient cities and their people. One of these tours should include the ruins of Ephesus in

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Entering Israel: Is Your Passport Ready?

Does your passport contain the information it needs to allow you entry into Israel? You might be surprised!     Any traveller knows that a valid passport is required for entering (and exiting) a country. Many countries have their own particular rules about what constitutes a “valid passport”, and if other documents are needed. To

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Yasuni National Park: An Amazon Wonderland

The rainforests always hold some appeal to anyone looking for an adventurous, yet educational travel experience. Yasuni National Park is the largest rainforest extension in Ecuador. Yasuni National Park can be found in the Eastern section of the Ecuadorian Amazon in the provinces of Pastaza and Orellana. Covering nearly a whopping one million hectares of

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