There’s more to Vietnam than the traditional image of rice paddies and conical hats. Here you’ll find a country bursting with energy and forward motion. You’ll feel it in the hum and activity on the streets. You’ll see it in the way Vietnamese welcome you to their homes, invite you to taste their food, and proudly show you their rich culture. You’ll sense it in the options and opportunities all around. Simply put, there's never been a more exciting time to visit. Whatever you travel for, you can find it in #VietnamNOW.
'Vietnam. It grabs you and doesn’t let you go. Once you love it, you love it forever.' - Anthony Bourdain
From the phenomenal temples of Angkor Wat to the seductive elegance of Phnom Penh and buzz of Ho Chi Minh city, sailing through Vietnam and Cambodia on a Mekong River Cruise is a dazzling cultural experience. Watch as Avalon Waterways Cruise Director Mark Nichols explains what makes Avalon's Mekong River Cruises so unique. To find out more about Avalon Waterways, visit :
The final 4K footage of my drone flights in Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, Halong Bay, Hoi An, Hue, Mui Ne, Vung Tau and the Mekong Delta); project finished & uploaded on 2019-05-02 by One Man Wolf Pack UltraHD Drone Footage. Visit my blog @ http://www.onemanwolfpack.de YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/OneManWolfPack - May 2019
A long, narrow country squeezed in between the South China Sea and the Laos and Cambodia borders, Vietnam is a land of striking landscapes. Ranging from the lush rice terraces and forested mountains in the north to the picturesque valleys of the Central Highlands and the fertile delta and beautiful beaches of the south. Included in the mix are booming cities, colonial towns, traditional villages and otherworldly islands. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in Vietnam. July 2018
Feature photo credit: Mexico City – Yair Mejia – Unsplash
Behind every image of African wildlife on social media, there is a story. Some stories put a spotlight on the tireless conservation efforts made to protect these animals, while others show a dark side, especially when it comes to unethical and misleading tourist activities.
Welcome to Slovenia. This small country (the size of New Jersey) sits between Italy, Austria, and Croatia, and as you’ll see, is one of Europe’s raddest places to travel. We gave ourselves a week. Starting off in Lake Bled, we swam in one of the most postcard looking lakes you’ve ever seen before heading off to sail in the Adriatic. From here we explored the Soča Valley — a region with turquoise blue rivers and limitless adventure options. Farm to table food and family-run wineries are a way of life in Slovenia, and we were stoked to spend time with world-famous chef Ana RoŠ from HiŠa Franko restaurant as well as Aleš Kristančič, the storied winemaker of Movia vineyards. Don’t overlook this country when thinking of your next travels to Europe.
This is the remarkable story of Jacob Mayiani, a Maasai man living in the US who returns to Kenya for the final ceremony completing his warriorhood —a ceremony that only happens once every 30 years.
As filmmakers Blaze Nowara and Josh Morin explain, capturing the story was stepping into the unknown. The tribal elders would decide exactly when and where the ceremony would take place, decisions that could change at any time. ʼWe didn’t even know the day or location of the ceremony before we left. ʽ
Churchill Wild’s Seal River Heritage Lodge in Northern Manitoba is a basecamp like no other.
Excursions across the tidal flats put you right in polar bears’ summer habitat, or you can boat into Hudson Bay and literally be surrounded by beluga whales. During summer in Churchill, there is also an explosion of color across the landscape as dozens of wildflower species come into bloom. And beyond the bears and belugas, hundreds of bird species, as well as moose and Arctic fox, pass through the area.
The guides here help you appreciate how special Churchill’s animals are, and how complex and delicate of an ecosystem they inhabit on the tundra.
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