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The most remote train journeys

Train travel has a fresh spotlight on the tourism stage thanks to movements in slow and sustainable travel. One of our greenest choices, trains make us nomads back on the ground level. It’s a strange, meditative speed with ample time to process and daydream. Trains also allow us to roam where roads don’t go and gaze on things planes don’t see. These epic train adventures epitomize this spirit, giving us the best of both journey and destination. 1. Trans-Siberian Railway — Russia, Mongolia, a...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico, China, Trains, Russia, Singapore, Africa, Toronto, Thailand, Beijing, Malaysia, Moscow


Apostles on the road

When you visit Australia it is said that you must do the three R's the Reef the Road and the Rock Great Barrier Reef Great Ocean Road and Ayers Rock now known as Uluru. On this day we did the Road.The Great Ocean Road stretches along the sout
Tags: Travel, Australia, Uluru, Rock Great Barrier Reef Great Ocean Road, Road The Great Ocean Road


Tips for Planning Your Uluru Tour

Located in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, the magnificent sandstone of Ayers Rock or Uluru stands tall at 1,142 feet above ground. The natural formation is widely known for being one of the most sacred places to the indigineous peoples in Australia. At the same time, it is also popular for attracting tourists from all over the world to the land down under. If you want to visit Uluru in order to pay tribute to this wonder of nature, then doing so through the right tour is in your best intere...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Adventure Travel, Uluru, Ayers Rock, Alice Springs, Kata Tjuta, Uluṟu Kata Tjuṯa National Park, Rock Art Uluru


Tips That Will Help You Choose the Right Safari

Are you planning to go on a safari on your next trip? Well, Africa is the favorite destination for people to see wildlife. Moreover, it provides you the best opportunity to awaken your wild side and to watch the animals roaming freely. Penwell Safaris is the one that provides private luxury safaris. They offer many destinations including Tanzania safari, Kenya safari, etc. All of their safaris are luxury and affordable. However, there are lots of options to choose from. These options make it dif...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Asia, Australia, Africa, Thailand, Canada, Kenya, Tanzania, North America, Central America, Latin America, Uluru, India Sri Lanka, Kenya Tanzania, Alaska Maine


Where to travel in 2020

The 25 places you need to travel in 2020 Photo: Scott Sporleder W e are now at the dawn of a new decade. And though today might not feel much different than yesterday, for some reason years that end in zero always make us think a little harder about what the future will hold. Some think about marriage and children. Others wonder about their career paths. But nearly all of us wonder where the next 10 years will take us around this beaut...
Tags: All, 2020, 2020 Destinations, 2020 Travel, 2020 Travel Guide, Where To Travel In 2020


"Many of the Anangu themselves live in a trash-strewn community near the rock... a jarring contrast to the exclusive resorts that surround the monolith..."

"... where tourists seated at white tablecloths drink sparkling wines and eat canapés as the setting sun turns Uluru a vivid red. Those tourists point to other dualities, too. While Uluru is so sacred to the Anangu that there are certain parts that they do not want photographed or even touched, they welcome the visitors who tool around its base on camels or Segways, or take art lessons in its shadow. Then there is the challenge that comes with making the case that the rock is sacred without bein...
Tags: Travel, Law, Australia, Religion, Uluru, Don, Cowley, Ann Althouse


Hikers flock to Uluru before closure

Uluru, the popular sandstone rock in northern Australia, is closing to hikers this month due to the wishes of its indigenous owners. Before that happens, however, thousands of tourists are flocking to the site to hike the rock before it closes on October 26. In November 2017, the management board of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park voted to ban tourists from climbing Uluru, and since then people have been showing up in record numbers. This really is nuts. The #Uluru climb two days ago. I...
Tags: Travel, Abc, Australia, Adelaide, Darwin, Uluru, All, Alice Springs, Uluṟu Kata Tjuṯa National Park, Glenn Minett, Rohan Barwick


8 Reasons WHY Travel Helps You Live a Good Life

Travel is not easy. With all the dreaming, planning, saving, and then taking the giant leap towards something that is out of your comfort zone and filled with endless potential problems, it’s a massive drain of resources. Travel involves huge sacrifice. Brooklyn Bridge, New York City In order to make travel a reality, acceptance of the sacrifice is a must. Otherwise, it will be too hard, you’ll be too tired, there’ll be too much to be afraid of and you’ll always see it as being too expensive...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Usa, London, Australia, New York City, US, Los Angeles, Thailand, Travel Inspiration, Ford, Zimbabwe, New Orleans, Muslim, Kenya, Albert Einstein


8 of The Most Photogenic Places to Visit in Australia

Bright green rain forests, dry deserts, rugged mountains and tropical islands. Australia is a natural beauty! Such beauty requires you to take pictures when you travel around Australia. Imagine: you are at the lookout point of Cape Tribulation and look out over the tropical forests and the Great Barrier Reef. Do you want to record this memory right away? Do you prefer to shoot as many photos as possible on Facebook and Instagram to make your followers jealous or even to print on canvas to decor...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Facebook, Instagram, Australia, Sydney, Tasmania, Opera House, Uluru, Great Ocean Road, Blue Mountains, Coral Sea, Outback, Whitehaven Beach, Cape Tribulation, Sydney Harbor Bridge


Week 18: Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon and Monument Valley

I’ve been so fortunate to see places around the world of exquisite beauty. It’s hard to say what is your favorite place and why. I can’t say whether mountains, deserts, or beaches fill up my soul more than the other as each has its place and separate purpose. I love them all. But there are some places that stand above the others. They have this special magnetic pull that pulls you into their beauty. They enchant you. They heal you. They call you to look in so you can create something better when...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Utah, Usa, Monument Valley, Instagram, Australia, La, Walmart, Arizona, Airbnb, Las Vegas, Charles, Family Travel, Uluru, Steven


The Best Ways to Explore Australia

If you would like to make the most out of your long haul trip, you might want to start planning ahead months before you travel. In case you have already picked Australia as your destination, you should first decide how to explore this large and often underrated country. From wildlife tours to culinary and cultural experiences, there are several ways you can connect with the continent. Here are a few tips. Camping There is something absolutely unique about the skies in Australia. If you would ...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Great Barrier Reef, Tasmania, Western Australia, Adventure Travel, Uluru, Kangaroo Island, Summerstar Caravan Parks, Max Pixel Australia


3 Iconic Caravan Road Trips to take in Australia

No matter your age or where you come from, a caravan road trip around Australia is one of the great Australian bucket list items. Australia is a huge country and there are so many different routes you can consider depending on your interests or hobbies. But where to begin your research? Below you’ll find three iconic Australian caravan road trips each catering to a different type of traveller! The Twelve Apostles at sunset Great Ocean Road There is no road trip more iconic in Australia tha...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Guest Post, Adelaide, Torquay, Victoria, Tasmania, Hobart, South Australia, Northern Territory, Road Trip, Darwin, Unesco World Heritage Sites, Destinations, Uluru, Oceania


Enchanting Things to do in Texas Hill Country in Three Days

I want to come back to Hill Country, Texas. We barely scratched the surface during our 9 day visit. The Texas Hill Country is a  huge region that encompasses 12 counties and is located at the crossroads of West, Central and South Texas. Enchanted Rock State Park It encompasses two major cities: Austin and San Antonio. That means there are so many things to do in Texas Hill Country. I forgot that Texas is huge. On our first day exploring the Texas Hill Country we had a two hour drive from our...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Texas, Australia, America, Austin, Willie Nelson, Dallas, Sam, San Antonio, Newberry, Devil, Uluru, San Marcos, Fredericksburg, Gruene Hall


6 Things You Should Consider Before Climbing Uluru

Because Uluru is the world’s largest rock, it’s human nature to see it as a physical challenge. Something to conquer. But just because you’re allowed to climb Uluru, does that mean you should? There is way more to Uluru than it being just something to climb. If that’s the only reason you’re planning on visiting the red centre though, there are some things you should consider: The traditional owners ask that you don’t climb Uluru The first thing to consider is that the Anangu traditional owner...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Hertz, Northern Territory, Destinations, Uluru, Empire State Building, Giza, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Caz, Longitude, Red Centre Way, Parks Australia, Outback Australia, Makepeace, Yulara


Coober Pedy A.K.A White man Burrows

Coober Pedy Aboriginal for White man burrows Due to the winds I delayed my departure about an hour from the Ayers Rock resort. It was cooler but windy for the first hour or so of my ride out of Uluru back to the main road 152 miles. Once I hi
Tags: Travel, Uluru, Burrows


How to Survive A Road Trip with Kids and Their Grandparents

Multi-generational travel. Are you game enough to embark on a family road trip with kids and their grandparents? The road ahead is fraught with possible danger, possible tears and head slapping moments. But, it’s also filled with treasured bonding experiences between your children and their grandparents (and of course between you and your parents.) Having a plan is key to making it heaven rather than hell (so is daily meditation in the months leading up to you it so you can practice letting IT ...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Texas, Australia, Boston, New York City, US, Dallas, Nashville, North Carolina, Google Maps, Memphis, Uluru, Gettysburg, Wayne Dyer, Savannah


See Indigenous culture on your trip

The author acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present, and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of Australia and the continuation of cultural, spiritual, and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.   If you’re heading to Australia on a Qantas 787 Dreamliner anytime soon, you may notice an intricately-designed livery. What you’re seeing is an adaptation of Yam Dreaming by late Northern Territory artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye, and it’s more than just a...
Tags: Travel, Australia, First Nations, Canada, United States, Qantas, South Australia, Litchfield, Darwin, Uluru, Great Britain, All, Katherine, Torres Strait Islander, Joyce, Aboriginal


Mount Connor to Uluru

Waking up in the freezing desert to minus 2 degrees today is the day we see the largest rock in the world. Had breakfast at Mt Connor and watched the sunrise packed up camp and we were off to the Uluru. On our way we found a free camp site about 15kms e
Tags: Travel, Connor, Uluru, Mount Connor


Coober Pedy to Mount Connor

Up at the crack of dawn Uluru is finally our next destination. After breakfast at the park in Coober Pedy we were on our way. We stopped at Marla the last town in South Australia for lunch and looked at their local police station and the Royal Flying Do
Tags: Travel, South Australia, Uluru, Coober Pedy, Marla, Mount Connor


The 15 Coolest Places to Visit in Australia

Morning light on the landmark Twelve Apostles along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia Are you thinking about planning a trip “Down Under?” Don’t book your vacation until you read this list of the 15 coolest places to visit in Australia! If you’ve been dreaming of becoming a world traveler, there’s no better place to start than summer vacation. And if you’re going on vacation, why not go somewhere amazing? Here are 15 amazing places to visit in Australia. 1. Sydney You’ve pr...
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Top 10 Scenic Spots in Australia You Shouldn’t Miss

Each year, Australia receives more than 5 million visitors from all over the world. The country is a hot spot where tourism and tourists are concerned. It has hundreds of top scenic and the most attractive destinations. It is little wonder that it attracts these many visitors annually. The country is one of the world’s most beautiful places. It is as mysterious as it is majestic. It can leave you spellbound too! Below are the top 10 most scenic spots in Australia you should never miss. Uluru U...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Queensland, Brisbane, Victoria, Melbourne, Western Australia, Gardens, Miss, Uluru, Kangaroo Island, Gold Coast, Travel Articles, Sunshine Coast, Great Ocean Road, Fraser


Day 2 Port Augusta to Tennant Creek Kakadu Trip

Day 2 of our Kakadu Trip. We travelled from Port Augusta to a place called Erldunda which is on the corner of the Stuart and Lasseter Highways. This is the corner where everyone turns off the Stuart Highway to go to Uluru. We wont be going to Uluru as w
Tags: Travel, Stuart, Uluru, Stuart Highway, Port Augusta, Tennant Creek Kakadu Trip


The Travel Tome – Visiting Australia’s Historical Landmarks

Iconic and alluring, Australia has a huge amount to offer any visitor to its shores. From stunning natural landmarks to historic buildings and more, there is something to suit every traveller’s tastes. Explore the beauty of the outback, immerse yourself in the country’s rich history or wander through some of the country’s most iconic cities and their iconic landmark structures. Before we delve into some of what Australia has to offer, it’s important that you take a moment to plan your trip prop...
Tags: Travel, Cook, Australia, Sydney, Great Barrier Reef, Travel Guides, Uluru, Ayers Rock, Travel Destinations, Sydney Harbour, Airlie Beach, Travel Destination, Hardy Reef, Historical Landmarks, Jom Utzon, Uluru Ayers Rock Uluru


The 15 Coolest Places to Visit in Australia

Morning light on the landmark Twelve Apostles along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia Are you thinking about planning a trip “Down Under?” Don’t book your vacation until you read this list of the 15 coolest places to visit in Australia! If you’ve been dreaming of becoming a world traveler, there’s no better place to start than summer vacation. And if you’re going on vacation, why not go somewhere amazing? Here are 15 amazing places to visit in Australia. 1. Sydney You’ve pr...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Europe, Australia, Earth, Queensland, Sydney, Great Barrier Reef, Tasmania, Cairns, Mediterranean, Uluru, Great Wall Of China, Kimberley, Gold Coast, Broome


Fly to the Outback for free

If there’s one thing better than traveling abroad , it’s doing so for free, and, this summer, Australia’s Northern Territory is making that dream come true for visitors from the US by footing the bill to fly you to the beautiful Top End. As is the case with most places, tourists tend to stick to the major cities, missing out on more wild and unique experiences. Plenty have the intention to take their explorations farther, but find upon arrival that Australia is massive and so don’t end up goin...
Tags: Travel, Australia, US, Brisbane, Qantas, Northern Territory, Darwin, Uluru, All, Flight Deal, Outback, MELBOURNE SYDNEY, Free Flight, Crocodile Dundee Travelers, Alice Springs UNESCO World Heritage, Qantas Vacations


Ten Reasons to Visit Australia

Australia is one of the most remote countries in the world and, ironically, one of the most popular places to visit, especially among backpackers and budget travelers. Because of its distance from the US, not many Americans tend to visit Australia. The flights are long and expensive, and when you only have a few weeks of travel, wasting a few days flying probably doesn’t make sense to a lot of travelers. Nevertheless, here are a few reasons to save up your vacation time and brave that long vent...
Tags: Travel, Australia, US, Queensland, Sydney, Adelaide, Great Barrier Reef, Melbourne, Perth, East Coast, Pacific, Western Australia, Cairns, Litchfield, Chinese Garden, Uluru


Australia's top eight Indigenous travel destinations | Marcia Langton

Tourists visiting Australia’s most recognised attractions often don’t know much about their Aboriginal significance. Academic Marcia Langton’s new travel guide fills in the gaps Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Life and style, Australia news, Queensland, Great Barrier Reef, Indigenous Peoples, Indigenous Australians, Victoria, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Uluru, Australia Holidays, Western Australia Holidays, Queensland Holidays, Northern Territory Holidays


More Favorite Travel Experiences in Australia

Travel is a funny thing. Sometimes we connect with foreign lands so profoundly that we ache for them even years later. I’ve been fortunate enough to spend quite a bit of time in Australia, at least comparatively, and have traveled to nearly every state and territory, gradually learning what makes this massive country tick. Along the way I’ve found many a kindred spirit and have deeply fallen in love with the Land Down Under. It’s a strange and quirky place, which is maybe why I love it so much,...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Unesco, United States, Queensland, Sydney, Adelaide, Great Barrier Reef, Melbourne, Perth, Pacific, Destinations, Uluru, Ayers Rock, Antony Gormley, Kalgoorlie


Road Trips – Countries Where I Love to Drive & Explore

Although there’s nothing I love more than jetting off to some foreign and remote destination, once there I equally love to hop in a car and start exploring. Maybe it’s the American in me, but there really is nothing better than exploring a new place with the unbridled freedom that only a car can provide. Remote spots, quirky sites and who knows what else are all available to us on a great driving adventure. We can stop when and where we want with nothing limiting us except our own free time. Th...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Australia, Germany, US, Chicago, Ireland, Iceland, Brothers Grimm, Destinations, Uluru, Bremen, Steinbeck, Santa Monica California, Ring Road, Wild Atlantic Way


Red Centre looking Green

Geo 23.7004 133.881 Tuesday 10th May we flew to Alice Springs to start our short visit to the Northern Territory. The plan was to go south west from Alice to visit Uluru and King39s Canyon for a couple of days then return through Alice Springs t
Tags: Travel, Alice, Uluru, Alice Springs



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