A holiday destination, honeymoon spot, a perfect getaway for a boy’s reunion- Thailand is not a place, it’s an emotion. On top of everything, it is one of the most accessible and affordable destinations in the world. Check out these 15 facts about Thailand as you prepare (or dream about) that future trip!
Author: Amanda DiSilvestro
If you’re intrigued by Cuba travel but aren’t sure how to obtain your visa, what the process will be like when you arrive, how to remain legal, or even what the Cuban people might think of American travelers, we’ve got you covered. Check out our one-hour webinar below, featuring the Founder of Discover Corps, Andrew, as well as our Cuban partner, Dayron – both experts on Cuba travel!
Apart from the vibrant and colorful streets of Havana, Cuba has something more to offer on the completely other end of the spectrum – a lush countryside.Hiking in Cuba means you’ll get to see a display of vivid greens and blues while walking along revolutionary roads that were once witnesses to the rich history of this beautiful country.
Walking sticks at the ready? Check out this list of best hikes in Cuba below.
Traveling is one of the rare things that cost money, but you always come home richer. However, in order to have a safe and fulfilling trip, it’s important to stay healthy throughout and keep up your energy levels. If you’re planning to go somewhere new, below are some traveling tips that will help:
Let’s get this straight: Just because we have the means to travel does not mean we can just go out there and do our thing willy-nilly. Not really thinking about the choices we make could affect us, our surroundings, and our environment.
Mindful traveling is not as hard as you think it is. It does not take much effort from you to practice a travel lifestyle that is both beneficial to your well-being and for others as well. If you do not know where to start, consider the seven tips below to set you on a mindful path forward.
Books with a travel theme are a great way to open your children’s minds to new adventures and excitement about the world around us. They give us the opportunity to show our children about the people, places and events that are currently outside of their own experience.
So grab your soon-to-be adventurers and read one or more of these books together. Teach them about our wonderful world one story at a time!
It happens pretty often – people who do not speak foreign languages avoid traveling to non-English speaking countries, or they think the language barriers aren’t worth overcoming for a one or two week vacation. Whatever the reasoning for this trend, the truth is that if you want to immerse yourself in new cultures, nothing should stop you. If you organize your trip in the right way, you will face no difficulties caused by the language barrier.
Let’s consider seven travel tips on how to overcome language barriers and get the most of your trip.
There’s no doubt that the environment is changing – CO2 levels are the highest they’ve ever been, massive heat waves (and cold fronts) are popping up all over the world, and the Earth’s heat-repelling ice is melting. It’s becoming more important than ever that every citizen of the Earth make a noticeable effort to reduce their impact on the planet.
As the travel industry scrambles to digest the latest travel restrictions to Cuba, Discover Corps trips continue to remain a legal option because of its unique focus on supporting the Cuban people.
On June 4, 2019 the Treasury Department released their updated policy with regards to travel in Cuba. Here is what you need to know:
Travelers, adventurers, and tourists alike have all heard of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They’re usually considered gorgeous “must-visit” places, especially if you are looking to get to know a different country. But what is a UNESCO world heritage site, really? How do they earn that status, and why should they be protected?
Believe it or not, this idea has not been around for long. Declaring structures and land masses world heritage sites began in 1959 when Egypt requested assistance from The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), a specialized agency of the United Nations, to protect and rescue endangered monuments and sites. Since then, countries all over the world have added significant sites to the ongoing list of recognized world heritage sites. To date there, are 878 UNESCO World Heritage Sites across the world.