20 Great Places to Celebrate New Year in 2017

New Years may still seem like a ways off but if you’re planning to make it a real celebration you better start planning. A lot of these destinations already sold out for New Years Eve months ago but you might still have a chance if you start your search today. Here are our top picks for places to celebrate New Years in 2017.


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20 Great Places to Relax in 2017

Most of us travel to get away from the everyday cares of life and see or experience something new. While some travelers look for adventures or thrills quite a few of just travel to unwind on a tropical beach with an ice cold drink. If your idea of vacation is white sand beaches and a cool air conditioned hotel room to retire to in the hot afternoons then you will appreciate this list of our top places to relax and unwind in 2017. You wont be surprised to see that our list for 2017 includes some of the worlds best beaches.


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Ten Great Adventures for 2017

Looking for a great adventure in 2017 here are ten great ideas to get you started. Some of these destinations might seem out of reach but you will be surprised by how affordable and possible they actually are once you start doing some research. If you love mountains a trip to Everest in the Himalayas or the Columbia Ice Field in the Canadian Rockies are sure to be top picks. For sheer thrills consider diving the Barrier Reef or Bungee jumping in New Zealand. Here is a look at 10 great pick for 2017.


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15 Amazing Natural Arches and Bridges

Natural bridges and arches carved out of the solid rock by years of erosion are spectacular geologic phenomena. Natural bridges are formed when a steam undercuts a meander in a canyon and eventually after many years erodes essentially a new course through the rock leaving a natural bridge above. Arches are similar to Natural Bridges but form as a result of wind and water erosion and since they do not bridge a waterway they are easily distinguished. Here is a look at some of the most spectacular of these features.


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8 Giant Meteor Craters You Can Visit

1. Wolfe Creek Crater, Australia Wolfe Creek Crater is a well-preserved meteorite impact crater in Western Australia. It is accessed via the Tanami Road 150 km (93 mi) south of the town of Halls Creek. The crater is central to the Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater National Park. The crater averages about 875 metres in diameter, 60 metres from rim to present crater floor and it is estimated that the meteorite that formed it had a mass of about 50,000 tonnes. 2. Amguid Crater, Algeria Amguid is a meteorite crater in Algeria. It is approximately 500 – 530 m in diameter, approximately 65 m deep and the age is estimated to be less than 100,000 years and is probably Pleistocene. The crater is exposed at the surface. Crater was discovered by Europeans in 1948, first scientific description was made by Jean-Phillippe Lefranc in 1969. 3. Pingualuit Crater, Canada The Pingualuit Crater, formerly called Chubb Crater and later New Quebec Crater (cratère du Nouveau-Québec), is a young impact crater, by geological standards, located on the Ungava Peninsula, in the administrative region of Nord-du-Québec, in Quebec, in Canada. It is 3.44 km (2.14 mi) in diameter, and is estimated to be 1.4 ± […]


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