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  • 7 nights Carnival cruises to Canada for $459

    Carnival Splendor

    Carnival Splendor ©Tyler/Flickr

    This time as well we have all sorts of cruise deals for every taste, but we  especially recommend Carnival’s 7 nights Canada cruise. Sail aboard carnival Splendor for a week embarking from New York and visiting Boston and Portland in New England as well as Saint John and Halifax in Canada, all for $459 per person.

    For a really low budget we have found Mexico cruises for $229 per person, but if you aim for something bigger, get a 7 nights Greek Isles cruise for $1,119 pp or even a 15 nights Hawaii cruise for $1,329 pp. Act fast, these cruise deals will sell out soon!

     
  • Canada flights with Porter from $100 o/w

    Porter Airlins plane

    Porter Airlines ©BriYYZ/Flickr

    Our deal hunters are here with the newest bunch of travel deals like Canada flights with Porter Airlines from $100 one-way. Book by November 30, 2013 and travel to Canada through April 11, 2014 aiming to major cities such as Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa and more.

    Flights for the winter holidays to all over the world are also available from $919 r/t, but you can also get Hawaii getaways of 6 nights from $1,045, domestic flights from $72 r/t and much more. Act before the best ones are gone!

     
  • Affordable adventure travel ideas

    Dog sledding in Canada

    Dog sledding in Canada ©kris krüg/Flickr

    As popular as it is newly, adventure travel is still perceived as expensive for most of us. I intend to prove you that you can have exciting experiences during your vacations without having to spend a lot of money on costly organized tours and professional guides.

    So here come a couple of affordable adventure travel ideas but feel free to let us know about your stories in the comment section.

     
  • Air Canada flights from $118 each-way

    Air Canada airplane

    Air Canada ©wbaiv/Flickr

    Book your flight to Canada now with these Air Canada flights from $118 each-way. Depart from La Guardia (LGA) airport in New York City and fly to 10 major cities in Canada.

    The offers found by us include flights to Edinburgh from $847, domestic flights with American Airlines and more. Book now before all the deals sell out!

     
  • A short guide to the provinces of Canada

    Rocky Mountains

    Rocky Mountains ©Christina T/Flickr

    Canada can pride itself with tons of visitors from outside as well as inside the country. As the second largest country in the world, its geographical diversity is absolutely amazing, no wonder so many people want to see it.

    The three largest cities, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal are the main urban destinations, but they are not the only popular ones. Want to know what to visit when in Canada? Watch this cute video and read our short guide to the provinces of Canada to get a taste.

     
  • Canada flights from $85 e/w with Air Canada

    Air Canada

    Air Canada ©wbaiv/Flickr

    This week’s best airfare deals are here thanks to our deal hunting team. Our best offer is a set of Canada flights from $118 e/w with Air Canada:

    → Newark to Toronto for $85 e/w
    → Seattle to Victoria for $156 e/w
    → Atlanta to Halifax for $171 e/w

    Seats for these cheap flights with Air Canada are limited, so hurry up and book before everything sells out.

     
  • 4 Night Bahamas Cruise with Royal Caribbean from $229

    Monarch of the Seas

    Monarch of the Seas ship ©wikipedia

    Find below Travelgrove’s Top Cruise Deals for this week – selected and confirmed   by our experienced editors.

    Today’s best offer is a 4 nights Bahamas cruise on Royal Caribbean‘s Monarch of the Seas ship for as low as $229 per person (including taxes and fees, based on double occupancy). Being a round-trip itinerary, the cruse ship departs from and arrives to Port Canaveral, Florida.

     
  • 5 great ethnic neighborhoods from around the world

    Tokyo sur Seine, photo by firepile on Flickr

    One of the best things about large cities is that they are not uniform, and behind every street corner you might as well find something new, something that you haven’t encountered before. And large cities tend to have little pockets of culture where people have retained their own sense of style, and sometimes language and culture. Ethnic enclaves might have started out as something else, but today they tend to be oases of color and uniqueness inside cities. Plus, they are the go-to place if you are in search of ‘authentic’ cuisine and products, as well as interesting sights. Here are 5 great ethnic neighborhoods from around the world, for travelers who want to break the monotony.

     
  • The most fascinating greenhouses from around the world

    Royal Greenhouses of Laeken, photo by Luc Viatour on Flickr

    Just because an exotic plant native to some remote Pacific island could not possibly survive a temperate weather with its unavoidable cold rains and snows didn’t mean that enthusiastic botanists didn’t try their best to find ways to keep their hobbies alive. Greenhouses were already being built in the 13th century, but even the ancient Roman new a thing or two about growing plants in controlled spaces. Nowadays, you can find industrial sized greenhouses in many countries (Holland has some of the biggest greenhouses in the world), but it’s the greenhouses that were built for fun, style, or science that are really worth visiting. Here are some of the most fascinating greenhouses from around the world that make visit-worthy travel attractions.

     
  • The world’s most underrated islands that make great travel destinations

    Maluku, photo by Eustaquio Santimano

    Bora Bora, the Cayman Islands, the many islands of Thailand and other island destinations that usually catch the traveler’s eye in brochures and guides are often the only kind of island destinations that are mentioned at all. Not only because they are naturally beautiful, but also because they are have well developed tourist facilities. But there are so many other islands and island nations on the planet that would do just as well, despite the fact that they get fewer visitors and are less well endowed with luxury resorts and touristy restaurants. Whether you like your islands tropical, exotic, rugged, windswept, tree-covered or cold, there are hundreds of islands is the world that deserve a little more attention from visitors. Here are some of the world’s most underrated islands that make great travel destinations.

     
 
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