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  • Lidotel Hotel Boutique Paraguana in Punto Fijo for $184

    Lidotel Hotel Boutique Paraguana

    Lidotel Hotel Boutique Paraguana in Punto Fijo

    Have you been wondering about what it would be like to discover a less known city or country? If you book the Lidotel Hotel Boutique Paraguana for $184 a night and discover all the beauties of the Venezuelan city, Punto Fijo for less compared to regular rates.

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  • The best hikes in South America

    Top of Mount Roraima, photo by Adalbertop on Flickr

    With about three hundred national parks of South America, the continent is bound to be a hiker’s paradise. Dramatic mountain landscapes, barren deserts, some of the coldest and the hottest places on earth, and mysterious forests that haven’t been entirely explored yet make the South American continent ripe for all manner of adventures in nature.

    Hardened hikers as well as travelers tackling a trek for the first time will find a corner to explore. Whether you prefer to brave the hurdles of weather and land, or if you like to walk at a leisurely place admiring the scenery without overexerting yourself, the best hikes in South America will not disappoint you.

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  • The most beautiful secluded beaches in the world

    St Barthélemy, photo by maggieandcharles on Flickr

    If a beach is nice, clean and pretty abandoned, it never stays abandoned for long. With more and more people spending their holidays at the beach, at the more popular spots you have to compete for a place for lay down your towel.

    But if a beach is remote enough and even a bit difficult to access, chances are that you can still spend a few quiet hours there without bumping into too many other beach goers.

    Luckily, many holidaymakers are not determined enough to have their deserted and peaceful beaches to make the long (and possibly difficult) trip there, so if you’re an intrepid traveler who’s not afraid of a challenge, more lovely secluded beaches left for you! Here are some of the most beautiful secluded beaches in the world, for travelers who don’t like crowds.

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  • The best carnivals in South America

    Montevideo Carnival, photo by Vincent Alongi

    For those who keep it, Lent is far from being the most pleasant time of the year – being deprived of your favorite foods or other indulgences is no small sacrifice for many.

    This is why carnival season, right before Lent begins, is a time of revelry and self-indulgence, so that people can have one last blast before staying away from all the fun for a while. At least, this was the original purpose of the carnival, but today it’s a great opportunity to party weather you’re religious or not.

    Some of the biggest and most vibrant carnivals take place in South America, with the Rio as the uncrowned queen of them all. But the Rio carnival is far from being the only one, so if you find yourself somewhere on the continent during the upcoming months, check out some of the best carnivals in South America.

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  • The best post-holiday trips to recharge your batteries

    Salzburg

    Salzburg

    Having fun and partying for days and nights on end can take their toll on your body and your mind, so what can you do to get back on your feet after the busy holiday season? Instead of lounging at home and watching travel documentaries, here’s a much more enjoyable way to rest – by traveling!

    Of course, if you had a busy and exhausting December, maybe going on a backpacking trip is not the suitable plan for you – but going on a lazy vacation that entails only relaxing and enjoying life will do wonders to perk you up.

    So if you are in need of an antidote for the post-New Year blues or if you just want to go somewhere and unwind, here are some of the best post-holiday trips to recharge your batteries.

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  • The most amazing national parks in South America

    Mount Roraima in Canaima National Park, photo by kevincure on Flickr

    There are more national parks in South America than countries in the world, and in the case of countries like Venezuela for example, national parks, reserves and protected areas cover over a fifth of the territory.

    But this is hardly surprising on a continent as varied and large as South America, and yet many of the parks go unnoticed by tourists. While Galapagos and Torres del Paine are familiar names to anyone who has traveled to South America, there are countless other parks that are decidedly worth of a lengthy visit.

    Some are accessible, some remote, wild and exciting, but without an exception they are all beautiful. So grab your hiking gear and visit some of the most amazing national parks in South America!

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  • Top 5 stilt house villages in the world

    Tai O, photo by Sue Waters

    For someone who has lived their entire life in a suburban house with a white picket fence, it could seem unimaginable that anyone would want to live in any other dwelling.

    But different cultures had different understandings of what a home should look like, and in many parts of the world people have lived and still live in houses that make a suburban home seem like the most unimaginative crib in the world.

    And one of the most unusual and exciting places to live (at least, if you aren’t afraid of water) is a stilt house, which has been the house of choice for people in different places on the globe. If the thought of living in an apartment suspended on stilts above water sounds like a lot of fun to you, then you will definitely like visiting the top 5 stilt house villages in the world.

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  • The weirdest travel destinations for 2012

    Meteora – ©cod_gabriel/Flickr

    With the prospect of the end of the world looming over us in 2012, travelers should do well to make the most of this year. All jokes aside, 2012 might as well be the year of wacky travel, and even if your travel destinations are usually vanilla, you should definitely slip in some weirdness too.

    Some places in the world are simply so outlandish that they are worth visiting based on that fact alone. If you want to see or do something unusual, you might consider taking a trip to some of the weirdest travel destinations for 2012.

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  • 5 stunning waterfalls to see before you die

    Sutherland Falls, photo by chiropractical on Flickr

    There’s something peaceful and dreamy yet at the same time exciting about watching a curtain of foamy water tumble from a great height, surrounded by serene scenery. Waterfalls have always been a source of fascination for humankind, and it’s enough to consider huge attractions like Niagara Falls to realize that people will go to great distances in order to see these wonders of nature.

    Some waterfalls amaze their ‘audience’ thanks to their height, others with their picturesque configuration or the sheer volume of water flowing through them. Here are 5 stunning waterfalls to see before you die.

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  • Top 5 most exciting beaches in South America

    Praia de Sibaúma, photo by Priscilla Silveira on Flickr

    A beach is so much more than a stretch of sand on the shores of a sea or ocean – it is a place with its own stories, atmosphere, regulars and history, and we can easily say that there are no two beaches alike in the world.

    South America’s miles and miles of coastline and a sizable chunk of tropical and subtropical portion of the continent made it possible for some of the best beaches in the world to be located here.

    You can find any type of beach here, from sizzling palm-fringed wonders to surfing paradises and secluded pebbly coves. If you only want the creme de la creme of beaches, here are top 5 most exciting beaches in South America.

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