Archives for April 2012

This photo was used under the Creative Commons license courtesy of

Going Green – 7 Tips to an Eco-Friendly Sailing Vacation

At sea, as in all areas of life, green isn’t simply a color, it’s a way of life. The pressure is on to reduce our carbon footprint and strive for eco-friendliness at all times and a vacation is no excuse to let it slip. The great news is that opting for a bareboat charter is […]

Pink Elephant, Sao Paulo

5 Places to Party in Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo knows how to party. Its famed nightlife is known around the world for its love of music and late, late nights – locals in Sao Paulo begin their night when the clock strikes midnight.  Apart from the inevitable AM drinking sessions, Sao Paulo offers a smorgasbord of party options from dance clubs to […]

Queenstowns Shotover River

Queenstown: The Adventure Capital of the World

If you see unidentified photos of Queenstown, New Zealand, you might think that you are looking at a burg in Switzerland. Queenstown can match just about anything that a Swiss town can offer (except perhaps for chocolate factories) and beyond. With a reputation as the “Adventure Capital of the World,” Queenstown offers many ways to […]

Niue Island

5 Must-See Islands in the Pacific

Many people think of the Caribbean when they think of beautiful, untouched beaches, but the Pacific is arguably the best place in the world to find a variety of gorgeous islands. Whether you’re looking for white sandy beaches, great scenery, or just a tropical oasis with great hiking options, the Pacific Ocean has everything you’re […]

Exploring a Glacier

Chile: Deserts and Icefields

From multicultural capitals to the unusual Martian vistas of the Atacama desert; skiing down the snowy slopes of the Chilean Andes and enjoying a selection of the world’s finest wine. Chile certainly isn’t a country that you’d be lost for excuses to visit with. For those in search of a truly unique experience, Jumping over […]

The Scoop at London Bridge

Ten Free Things to Do in London

Sight-seeing on a budget? If you’re in London, then you’re in luck, because there are dozens of free sights to see and activities to do in the capital city of England and the UK. Here are some favorites. 1. Sir John Soane’s Museum, Holborn Born in 1753, Sir John Soane was the architect son of […]

Sayac Marca, Inca Trail, Peru

Hiking the Inca Trail

Modern Peru is famously steeped in the history of ancient civilisation, the Incas. The legendary architecture left by this astonishing race is now a main feature in one of the top 5 hikes in the world. Constructions remaining include ruins, tunnels and paving stones; all of these features make up the iconic mountainside of Machu […]

Guinness Storehouse

5 Must See Attractions in Dublin – Ireland

Dublin, a city rich with history and culture, offers plenty to see and do. Renowned for its historic landmarks, stellar nightlife and wealth of world-class cultural institutions, Dublin never fails to impress. A trip to the city should include visiting its wide array of historical attractions and sites of interest. Things to do in Dublin […]

Bride and Groom - Photo by Tiffany Dawn Nicholson

10 Top Luxury Hotels for Your Wedding

Weddings only come once in a lifetime. For some, that is. Therefore, many couples would not hesitate to go all out with the celebration of their unity. For them, money is not a problem; for as long as they are provided with a luxurious experience that they – along with their guests – will forever […]

Mountain Biking at Whistler

Vancouver for Backpackers

Vancouver is an amazing city to visit. It’s a place where the mountains and the ocean come together, providing an endless array of activities to enjoy, year round. From skiing in the winter to hiking and mountain biking in the summer, you’ll always find something to keep you busy. And if you’re not the active […]

Copyright © 2019 Travel Guideline. All Rights Reserved · Terms & Conditions · Privacy Policy · Contact Us · Site Map