Arctic Cruise: When to Go?

W0ndee5rful/ February 2, 2021/ News and Travel/ 0 comments

May through September is usually the top season to plan your Arctic cruise as there are fewer insects, the temperatures are tolerable, and usually above freezing levels.At a Glance: High Season: June-July (warmest weather) Shoulder Season: May, August-September (chillier temperatures, fewer insects) Aurora Borealis: August-November Migrating animals: Autumn Don’t Visit: December-early April (frigid temperatures, short, dark days) Though the austere Arctic landscape is often imagined

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When to Go on an Arctic Cruise?

W0ndee5rful/ January 11, 2021/ News and Travel/ 0 comments

The travel season in the Arctic runs from May through November. The best times to go are late May to early June when wildlife spotting is at it’s best, and mid-August into September when, with a little luck, the Aurora Borealis may be seen. The weather during these “shoulder seasons” is not as warm as mid-June to mid-August, but the

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Stunning Trip in Bansko, Bulgaria

W0ndee5rful/ January 10, 2021/ News and Travel/ 0 comments

At Bulgaria’s memorable town of Bankso the skiing finishes out on a level at a noteworthy 2,600m and there’s a jaunty 16km get right down to base level and its encompassing lodgings and condos. Bansko – a chipper 16km get right down to base level In the middle there are a respectable measure of runs, a lot of them fitting

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Best Time to Visit Canada

W0ndee5rful/ December 22, 2020/ News and Travel/ 0 comments

While Canada is a worthwhile destination to visit year-round; spring, summer, and fall are the best times to visit for spring flowers, warm weather, and fall colors as well as wildlife in the far-off regions of British Columbia. At a glance: Spring (March-May): Great wildlife spotting opportunities, the best time to look at the flowers and cherry blossoms, and the

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What to do in and around Interlaken, Switzerland At winter release

W0ndee5rful/ December 10, 2020/ News and Travel/ 0 comments

The mainstream Swiss hotel town of Interlaken, in the Bernese Oberland locale, was greatly cherished by the Victorian upper class who holidayed here in their droves. It was mainstream to such an extent that the town’s name was changed from Aarmühle (signifying “close to the factory”) to Interlaken (“between lakes”) in the last part of the 1800s, as the last

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Top Places to Visit in the Arctic

W0ndee5rful/ November 22, 2020/ News and Travel/ 0 comments

An expedition cruise through the Arctic is unlike any other vacation experience. As you follow in the wake of great explorers, you will discover firsthand the breathtaking beauty and surprising biodiversity that exists in the northernmost region of the globe. A cruise of the Arctic may circumnavigate one single country or cross the Arctic Circle on a comprehensive expedition. Here

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One Day Trip in York, UK

W0ndee5rful/ November 10, 2020/ News and Travel/ 0 comments

The old walled city of York has been delegated European Tourism City of the Year, and the most secure UK city to visit. However the city’s long history has seen too much activity since it was established by the Romans just about 2,000 years prior. It capitulated to a Viking attack and drove them out just about 100 years after

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Two Day Guide Travel in Luxembourg – The Grand Duchy

W0ndee5rful/ November 10, 2020/ News and Travel/ 0 comments

Walk 2020 signals free vehicle for all in Europe’s most extravagant nation – The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. This minuscule landlocked nation, sandwiched between France, Belgium and Germany, is encircled by moving open country, has an abundance of culture, history and nature all pressed into a country the size of Oxfordshire. Furthermore, at this moment the city, simply an hour’s

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