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Romania, Europe
Snoop Dogg is not in Romania - but due to classic modern mishaps related to Instagram geotagging, it appeared he was, and the village of Bogata in northern Romania is thrilled.
TIME
 | Travel
March 19, 2016
Saudi Arabia, Asia
Untrammeled beaches, ancient sites and unfiltered local culture are all on offer in Saudi Arabia. Just don't expect an easy trip.
NY Times
 | Travel
March 05, 2016
World
People who like freezing and spending lots of money will soon be able go on vacation with both polar bears and penguins, no zoo or Coca-Cola commercial required.
Mashable
 | Travel
February 04, 2016
Taiwan, Asia
Budai township in the south-west of Taiwan is attempting to attract more tourists by building a church that looks like a giant high-heeled shoe that is made entirely out of metal and blue-tinted glass tiles.
Citizen Digital
 | Travel
January 19, 2016
World
International tourism grew by 4.4 per cent last year to a record 1.184 billion as calculated by overnight visitors to international destinations.
UN News Centre
 | Travel
January 19, 2016
United Kingdom, Europe
Set on 350 acres of stunning land in western Ireland, the five-star Ashford Castle received the top gong by a network of international travel agents.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
August 18, 2015
Kenya, Africa
There is something very butterfly-like about the Samburu. The young warriors appear strikingly effeminate, almost fragile in their slenderness.
Maptia
 | Travel
June 04, 2015
World
Some city skylines are immediately recognizable by their iconic buildings, whether new or old. Challenge yourself.
The Washington Post
 | Travel
June 01, 2015
Malaysia, Asia
In the crystal blue coral seas just off the coast of Malaysia there are a group of people who have forged such an intimate relationship with the water that they rarely leave it.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
May 04, 2015
France, Europe
A replica built nearby at a cost of $59 million will allow the public to approximate the experience of the cave explorers who found the paintings.
The New York Times
 | Travel
April 28, 2015
China, Asia
Among the green rolling hills in the Larung Gar Valley in China, the last thing you would expect to see are thousands of red wooden huts that have been built in a massive cluster.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
April 20, 2015
United States, North America
Here's a tip: don't walk around bare foot if you don't want to get poisoned by its neurotoxin.
OregonLive
 | Travel
April 15, 2015
Australia, Oceania
In a project that began as a personal journey, but turned into one for their audience, the couple spanned 30 countries across six continents.
Mashable
 | Travel
April 01, 2015
New Zealand, Oceania
A writer discovers a world of natural splendor beyond the urban jungle of New Zealand's largest city.
National Geographic
 | Travel
April 01, 2015
Pakistan, Asia
One tour bus company in Karachi wants to change the way its residents - and foreigners - see the metropolis.
The Washington Post
 | Travel
March 30, 2015
Yemen, Middle East, Asia
Amid all this talk of war and politics, it's easy to lose sight of the actual place - a breathtakingly beautiful country rich with history.
Mashable
 | Travel
March 28, 2015
Switzerland, Europe
At 1,250' tall, the tower nearly disappears into the clouds above, and surpasses even Moscow's massive Federation: Vostok Tower in height.
thecreatorsproject
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March 27, 2015
World
From the immaculate flowers to the delicate red cherries that men and women seek on the often abrupt mountainsides, the highly demanding coffee culture is revealed.
Maptia
 | Travel
March 27, 2015
Nepal, Asia
It is said that on Everest, getting to the top is optional, but getting down is mandatory.
Maptia
 | Travel
March 25, 2015
World, Italy, United States, Canada, Thailand, Laos, Maldives, Asia, Europe, North America
See seven stunning natural light shows from around the world.
Smithsonian
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March 19, 2015
Europe
In total, the trip covers 16,287 miles (26,211 km) and 14 days of driving, so expect to dedicate at least 3 months if you're going to take on this road trip.
Business Insider
 | Travel
March 19, 2015
Egypt, Africa
Starting this Spring, tourists will now have to visit their local Egyptian consulate to obtain a visa prior to departure, while 30 new countries are now visa-free in Indonesia.
Skift
 | Travel
March 18, 2015
Japan, Asia
You may not run into another living soul if you happen to visit the tiny Japanese village of Nagoro, but you'll almost certainly run into a scarecrow.
The Washington Post
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March 17, 2015
United States, North America
Who needs an atlas when you have an algorithm?
The Washington Post
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March 16, 2015
World
Far from the catwalks of New York, London or Paris, indigenous tribes people from all over the globe are showing a sartorial flare that puts many Western fashion designers to shame.
Daily Mail
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March 14, 2015
United States, North America
It plunges 586ft underground - twice the height of the Statue of Liberty - and the interior has been described as pitch black.
Daily Mail
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March 10, 2015
Japan, Asia
The council sees local authorities forming alliances with tourism agencies to thrust the ninja - usually known for their ability to become nearly invisible - into the spotlight.
The Japan Times
 | Travel
March 09, 2015
China, Asia
Ordos, like so many of the country's hundreds of new towns, is famous for being empty - a symbol, some would say, of the hubris of rampant urbanization.
The New York Times
 | Travel
March 07, 2015
South Africa, Africa
From former male model and horse breeder to respected traditional healer, Chris left his life of excess to become one of the first white sangomas among the Pondoland people.
TIME
 | Travel
March 07, 2015
World
All over India, you'll find activities that range from traditional rituals to modern parties with DJs and plenty of colors. It depends what you prefer.
About
 | Travel
March 06, 2015
Argentina, South America
Covering 1,073,500 sq mi, Argentina dominates the southeastern portion of South America and offers many unique and diverse landscapes including deserts, mountains, beaches and bustling cities.
Mashable
 | Travel
March 02, 2015
Japan, Asia
Imagine waking up to Godzilla's giant eyeball peering into your bedroom. That's the terrifying opportunity Hotel Gracery in Tokyo's Shinjuku neighborhood will offer guests.
The Verge
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February 28, 2015
Taiwan, Asia
The colourful event celebrates the end of their Chinese New Year celebrations with fairy tales, historic legends, and party animals.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
February 28, 2015
World
The travelers will be housed in a futuristic-looking capsule which will slowly ascend under a high-tech helium balloon.
The Daily Dot
 | Travel
February 27, 2015
Canada, North America
Some tourists had come from as far away as Alabama and even from overseas.
CNN
 | Travel
February 22, 2015
World
She has braved Mount Everest, Kilimanjaro, Mount Blanc, Elbrus and Mount Vinson in Antarctica in the last year. Who can claim the same?
Daily Mail
 | Travel
February 20, 2015
Mauritania, Africa
Despite the official warnings, Mitchell decided to travel to Mauritania on his own, which turned out to be one of the greatest surprises of his life.
Mitchell Kanashkevich
 | Travel
February 18, 2015
Australia, Oceania
If you're bored with the same old hotel experience, a trip to Australia's Jamala Wildlife Lodge may be in order.
Business Insider
 | Travel
February 16, 2015
India, Asia
Photographer David duChemin explains why the Sufi shrine of Darga Hazrat Nizamuddin attracts him every time he finds himself in Delhi.
Maptia
 | Travel
February 12, 2015
Japan, Asia
The sanctuary is home to over 100 foxes of all shapes and sizes and fur colors. If you dare, you can approach the animals at your own risk.
Business Insider
 | Travel
February 11, 2015
Cambodia, Asia
Leading archaeologists and guides share some tips and favorite corners visitors can seek out to add insight to their visits.
CNN
 | Travel
February 07, 2015
Japan, Asia
The hotel robots will provide porter service, room cleaning and front desk management. And guests will enter the room by facial recognition.
New York Daily News
 | Travel
February 06, 2015
Japan, Asia
With a squadron of bulldozers, the Hokkaido-based 11th Brigade of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force worked on the project for almost a month.
Quartz
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February 05, 2015
World
If you're interested in fascinating and sometimes bizarre history, these world heritage sites are worth your attention. And maybe a trip.
CNN
 | Travel
February 04, 2015
Bhutan, Asia
Like the rest of the mostly Buddhist kingdom, it is nestled among the Himalayas, which make getting there a tricky proposition.
Business Insider
 | Travel
February 04, 2015
Japan, Asia
Only by becoming one herself could she really get to know their traditions and skills.
CNN
 | Travel
February 03, 2015
Gabon, Africa
An epic tale of determination, grit, and adventure as a team of surfers seeks empty waves in the most remote and inaccessible National Park in Africa .
Maptia
 | Travel
January 27, 2015
Thailand, Asia
Thailand has had a long relationship with tourism, but now it's ready to take the next step.
CNN
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January 24, 2015
Russia, Europe
Indications so far suggest that 2015 will be another tough year for the Russian tourism industry.
CNN
 | Travel
January 21, 2015
Canada, North America
Inspired by the writings of Rousseau and adventurers like Dick Pronnecke, Bruno headed out alone into the Yukon to spend weeks in solitude.
Maptia
 | Travel
January 18, 2015

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