Cheap Africa Travel Archive

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Yellowstone by Air, Naked Marrakech, and the Great Barrier Reef in Trouble

The July 2016 issue of Perceptive Travel online magazine is out now, with another batch of great narrative stories and media reviews from wandering book authors. Garrett Fisher has a series of books out with stunning photos taken from the cockpit of his vintage prop plane built half a century ago. This

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Where the U.S. Travel Dollar is Strongest on Six Continents

I’ve said many times on this Cheapest Destinations Blog that if you’re an American or someone earning their pay in U.S. dollars, this is not the year for a lame-ass “staycation.” This is not the year to take one for the team and give up even one vacation day. It’s not the

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The Cheapest Destinations are Cheaper Still This Year

I talked recently about how this is a great year for Americans to travel abroad because the strong U.S. dollar has made some “premium” destinations less expensive than before. If you really want to get the best bang for your buck though, the places I profiled in The World’s Cheapest Destinations are

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Where Has the U.S. Travel Dollar Gone up the Most?

If you’re looking to travel to a place where you’ll feel twice as rich as you did a few years ago, you might want to head to South Africa, Colombia, or Mexico. Or take advantage of a strong U.S. dollar to hit normally expensive countries like England, Italy, or Japan. I said

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Ethiopian Wedding Flogging, Hunting for Truffles in Umbria, and a Visit to Krustyland

With a combo like that in the headline, it must be time for a new issue of Perceptive Travel, frequently named as one of the best online travel magazines on the planet. We racked up a few new awards in the past month, actually, with our virtual trophy case getting more crowded.