Beaches Travel Articles
A Classic RTW Trip In this week's Indie Flight Hacking, Adam Seper breaks down a classic RTW route that encompasses some of the most popular round the world destinations. Paradise on a Budget: Eco Retreats that Won’t Break the Bank From a detox and yoga retreat in Thailand to Mexican eco-casitas and even a Hawaiian surf camp, here are 8 eco-conscious resorts where you won’t have to max out the credit card. Your 2012 Indie Travel Champion Is… The Indie Travel Champion has been crowned. Who won the inaugural Indie Travel Take Down Tournament? Find out the results and check out the reasons why the champion is deserving. Ski, Surf, Sip, Raft and Ride: Six Places to Explore the Diversity of Chile Chile's reputation as an adventure travel destination is booming; Laurel Miller offers up some ideas for a year-round adrenalin-rush (as well as how to take it down a notch when the day is done). Nine New Zealand Wine Regions You Should Know About New Zealand has a variety of landscapes and climates compacted into a small archipelago, many of which are perfect for wine production. Whitney Cox explores nine of New Zealand's tastiest wine regions. Five Shoulder Seasons Around the World Shoulder seasons:those delightful wedges between high and low seasons that offer decent weather, smaller crowds and a healthy potential for deals on hotels and airfare. Shoulder seasons indicate a drop in tourism demand, but not in intrinsic value. Melanie Waldman offers up tips for booking shoulder season deals in five regions around the world. 5 Off the Beaten Track Spots to See in South Korea For such a tiny country, South Korea has a wealth of beautiful and bizarre attractions. Anna Corbett looks at five places off the beaten track to explore in the Land of the Morning Calm. The Amazing Coastal Towns of Croatia Mattie Bamman recommends his favorite towns, pebble beaches, crashing waterfalls, and spicy foods along Croatia's coast. 12 Reasons Why Southeast Asia is the Best Place in the World for Backpackers Forget Western Europe, Australia or Latin America. Stephanie Yoder explains why Southeast Asia is still the king of backpacker destinations. 7 Secrets About the South of France The South of France is famous for a few things that can actually give you the wrong impression about the place. Christine Centera shares some "secrets" that help set the record straight.