Globehunter's Travel Blog

POSTED BY Mavy | APRIL 21 2015
Label: Asia, Dubai Travel, Travel Tips

Dubai in 3 Words
Dubai has a huge amount to offer for tourists, but to get a better understanding of this amazing place and why so many people visit it we met and spoke with Jessica Gibson of The Travelista about her recent time in Dubai. We asked her to describe Dubai in three words.

POSTED BY Mavy | APRIL 14 2015
Label: Adventure Travel, Asia, Australia, Bangkok Travel, Beach Holidays, Caribbean, City Breaks, Dubai Travel, Flights, Holidays to Orlando, New York City, North America, Travel Tips

Spring has sprung and now it's time to go out and find your next adventure. Do you want to go away but don't know where?

POSTED BY Mavy | APRIL 9 2015
Label: Adventure Travel, Africa, Asia, Bangkok Travel, Beach Holidays, Caribbean, City Breaks, Europe, Flights, Fun Facts, North America, Safari Holidays, South America, Travel Tips

Gone forever is the awkwardness of having to ask a passing stranger to take your picture at a tourist spot, these days travel photography is all about the holiday selfie. Whether you’re stood with your arm outstretched or you’ve got a proper “selfie stick” the trend for flipping your smartphone camera and striking a pose means capturing the moment has never been easier.

POSTED BY Mavy | APRIL 7 2015
Label: Asia, Beach Holidays, Flights, North America, Travel Tips

The Springtime vacation week, or “Spring Break” as it’s called in the US, comes at the right time between the frosty cold winters and the scorching summer heat. Winters around the world are depressing: snow, blizzards, storms, rains, Seasonal Affective Disorder and less daylight wreak havoc on your mental and physical health.

POSTED BY Mavy | MARCH 3 2015
Label: Asia

Upon landing in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, all kinds of travellers have something amazing in store: whether you want to escape, looking for an adrenaline rush, mad for culture, a particular foodie or a bargain hunter. Get away from it all Nepal has long been considered as a sacred place for hundreds of years.

POSTED BY Mavy | MARCH 2 2015
Label: Adventure Travel, Asia, Food Travel

UK passport holders travelling to India are now eligible for its new electronic visa-on-arrival (VoA) service after the New Delhi confirmed plans to expand the scheme to 150 countries. The initiative, initially launched for the citizens of 43 countries in late November 2014, enables tourists to apply for a visa online without having to visit the Indian embassy.

POSTED BY Globehunters | FEBRUARY 23 2015
Label: Adventure Travel, Asia, Family Travel

shark tunnel
The biggest Shark Pool in the Middle East has opened in Israel. The new attraction launched at the Underwater Observatory Marine Park in Eilat, resort town by Israel's Red Sea coast.

Label: Asia, City Breaks, Travel Tips

Japan has always been a great place to visit: the food, the culture, the scenery and the entertainment is always second to none! This year, there are 5 exciting things happening in the country and there is not better time to go visit Japan than now!

POSTED BY Ivor Stankov | FEBRUARY 9 2015
Label: Adventure Travel, Asia, Competition, Food Travel, Travel Tips

When I was young I became immersed in Japanese culture. At first this was through simple things like anime, but then later when my family unexpectedly took in a Japanese exchange student.

POSTED BY Mavy | JANUARY 30 2015
Label: Asia, City Breaks

One of China’s gems and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Beijing’s Forbidden City is about to open more of its doors to the public. From the 10th of October this year, the area where imperial women once lived will be open for visitors for the first time.


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