Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Traveling in Hurricane Season: Is it Worth the Risk? Advertisement Supported by Frugal Traveler There are bargains aplenty in hurricane-prone areas, but make sure you have your bases covered in case of a ByElaine Glusac Aug 9, 2019 Hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean — and that includes the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and destinations in the Bahamas and Florida — runs from June 1 to Nov. 30. Hurricanes can strike at any time, but peak season runs August through October, when the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration says 96 percent of major hurricanes have struck. That period, and extending through November, is also when resorts in the Caribbean, especially, offer rock-bottom rates, enticing budget travelers to risk a storm. Calabash Cove Resort and Spa in St. Lucia currently has … [Read more...] about Traveling in Hurricane Season: Is it Worth the Risk?
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16 Jul Fun Things to do in Ras-al-Khaimah Posted at 21:58h in Blog by Victoria The emirate of Ras-al-Khaimah in UAE has developed into a place of tourist interest in recent times. It is due to the fact that there are many sightseeing places, an abundant activities and pleasant weather all through the year. Ras-al-Khaimah is also very well-connected to all major global cities and Air Arabia flights to and from this city has helped tourists travel to this place conveniently. The city is a chosen destination during the Eid holidays, but apart from that, people can also visit here any time of the year. This emirate is renowned for its stunning Arabian Gulf beaches and it is fast becoming a proven tourist choice. Apart from the beaches, there are some amazing museums, forts, mountains, and natural attractions leaving the visitors enchanted. Here we take a look at some of the best places of Ras-al-Khaimah and things to do that are worth it: The heritage sites of … [Read more...] about Fun Things to do in Ras-al-Khaimah
“ADMIT it, you didn’t know there were seven, did you?” No, I didn’t. But what was even more surprising was Ajman, one of the seven United Arab Emirates, is only 12 miles from Dubai airport yet boasts lush coastal land, lagoons and mangrove forests. “You more or less turn left out of the airport and keep going for half an hour. It’s that simple,” our driver Zarrin told us. And it was. Despite being the smallest, this little-known Emirate has big ideas about stealing the hearts of British tourists looking for exceptional value, guaranteed sunshine and something just a bit different. Fairmont Ajman was home for the next few days, rivalling the big hotels in its neighbouring Emirates for style and luxury. At the end of the 4km corniche — with its own private beach — and a stone’s throw from Ajman City, you will find most of the buzz. Take a quick stroll to get your bearings and you will see the abundance of restaurants and cafes. … [Read more...] about The UAE’s smallest and little-known Emirate of Ajman boasts flamingos and mangroves and is only 12 miles from Dubai
Table of Contents1 How to get to Macau2 Where to Stay in Macau? Which are Best Hotels in Macau?3 Macau Tourist Spots and Attractions4 Casinos in Macao, where to play?5 Where to eat in Macau and what to eat! Macau is a travel destination that people love it or hate it. Before we venture ourselves in this tiny part of China, we heard mixed opinions: “it’s all casinos” or “I love the casinos”. We were really excited and curious to explore Macau tourist spots, visit the attractions, and of course, try our luck at the casinos… After three days in the Chino-Portuguese town here is what we think about Macau, and why you should travel there too. Before we talk about things to do in Macau, attractions and where to stay, let’s talk about Macau history and why it’s such an interesting part of the world. If you don’t know yet, Macau is an autonomous territory located in the southeast of China, with its own flag, currency and offers free visa on … [Read more...] about The Best of Macau: Tourist Spots and Attractions
The Turks and Caicos islands may be smaller than their Caribbean neighbours but there are plenty of opportunities for having fun. Whether you’re planning your first vacation or you’re a repeat visitor there’s always something new and exciting to discover. If you’re looking for the very best things to do in Turks and Caicos, here’s a rundown of must-do activities to try… Beaches and islands Snorkeling and diving Other water sports Land sports and activities Historic attractions Tours and daytrips Natural attractions Shopping and spas Eating and drinking Entertainment and nightlife Romance Beaches and islands Take a trip to the beach From the expansive main bays to the lesser-known cays and coves, the beaches in Turks and Caicos are all equally stunning. Brilliant white sand is the norm and the sea is crystal clear, with intense turquoise hues that have to be seen to be believed. Wherever you are on the islands, a trip to the beach is a must. Head to … [Read more...] about 60 things to do in Turks and Caicos