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Traveling Chile on a Budget

Traveling Chile on a Budget

Traveling Chile on a Budget The words “budget” and “Chile” are rarely uttered in the same sentence by backpackers in South America. As prices in Chile have risen, the numbers opting to travel to places where their money goes significantly further, have followed suit. Named South America’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination for 2016 in the World …

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10 tips for people to travel Dubai on a budget

Luxurious 7-star hotels, limousines, lip-smacking food and world class luxurious shopping, Dubai is definitely not among the first choices of the budget travelers. Not everyone can afford to stay in 5-star hotels and savor the luxury that Dubai is famed for! Even though Dubai has a reputation of being one of the most expensive cities …

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Your Guide to Chilean Patagonia

Your Travel Guide to Chilean Patagonia

Your Travel Guide to Chilean Patagonia Patagonia. It’s a place that means much to many, from a voyage of discovery for Magellan or economic opportunities for early 19th century European settlers to adventure or luxury for modern travelers; and of course the native cultures and environmental bounty that both stand in danger of disappearing completely. It …

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7 Reasons to Visit Northern Chile

If you’re backpacking through South America, you’ll likely pass through Northern Chile—after all, the northernmost city, Arica, marks the only route to Peru. But it would be a mistake to truck through without spending at least a few days—the region’s colorful architecture, perpetually cool beaches and proximity to little-seen desert parks makes it a totally unique experience, …

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How to travel in Cuba on a shoestring budget

Travel in Cuba on a budget Cuba can surprise as well as exceed the expectations of every traveler. It’s a one-of-a-kind place that seems to be trapped in time with vintage cars lumbering past faded colonial buildings; men and women dancing salsa at Havana’s malecon; Cubans move to a rhythm travelers are oblivious to. These are …

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