Archive for December, 2011
South Africa is a paradise for anyone interested in natural history. A wide range of wildlife species may be encountered in parks, farms, private reserves and even on the roads. For this reason, South Africa is a major safari destination. There are hiking trails available in almost all the parks and around geographical places of interest.
Giraffes on a South African Safari
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Introducing the new Let’s Go city guide mobile apps, absolutely FREE! Download the apps of your choice for your iPhone or iPod Touch, and enjoy mobile access to Let’s Go content for Amsterdam, London, NYC, Paris and Rome.
Find the hottest restaurants, clubs, bars, hotels, sights, shopping and cultural attractions.
Browse know-before-you-go info, fun facts and insider tips.
Search for just what you need, when you need it.
Get unique pointers on free stuff, Let’s Go Picks, and local favorites.
Map what you find, for easy access.
Share & check-in via email and Facebook.
The Let's Go Free City Guide Mobile Apps
The new free Let’s Go mobile apps are an easy way to take the Let’s Go trusted guides with you as you explore and connect with other travelers and friends back home. Download them all for your iPhone or iPod Touch:
New York City
Our friends at Let’s Go, the renowned student and budget travel guides, have come up with a fabulous and timely gift guide to help you choose the best treats for the student (or budget) traveler in your life.
The Grid-It Organizer - image courtesy: CocoonInnovations.com
Whether your budget is huge (a round-the-world ticket, anyone?) or tiny (is a deck of playing cards more in your price range?) the Let’s Go Student Travel Gift Guide has some great ideas for your favorite backpacker. Check them all out here, and send someone packing in style!
Happy Holidays! You may be in the midst of some serious travel planning, whether you’re jetting off to a tropical escape, hitting the slopes for a snowy adventure, or taking some time to visit family and friends. Holiday travel can be stressful, and we’ve got some helpful holiday travel tips to ease the process.
You might be a seasoned traveler who zooms through security with barely a pause, or a travel novice who rarely leaves your own zip code. Either way, airport travel around the holidays can be hectic enough to throw anyone for a loop.
Holiday Travel - image credit: Flickr
Check out these holiday travel tips for frequent fliers who don’t normally need tips from ConsumerTraveler.com, and minimize the hassle.
Five Things You Absolutely Must Know: A Holiday Travel Survival Guide comes from our friends at Elliott.org, and helps arm you with strategies to deal with hectic holiday trips.
This article from CheapTicketLinks.org helps you figure out the best and worst days to travel around Christmas – just one or two days can make a huge difference and save you hundreds of dollars per flight.
Happy holidays everyone – travel safely, enjoy your trip, and most importantly, relax!