Our First Travel Blog Roundup

As the founder of Touristlink I come across amazing travel blogs and inspiring travel stories every day. A lot of these blogs have big followings but unless you know you will probably miss out on a lot of great posts and some fantastic travel ideas! So we have made it our mission to share some of the best stories we find every week here on our blog and in weekly email. If you’re a blogger and have a great post for us to share in a weekly roundup drop me an email.

Categories: Travel

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You have to go to Maasai Village!

Okay, this isn’t the most poetic title for the whole experience. It’s indescribable, I guess. I’ve been moved. I’ve met the bravest tribe living in this planet. And yes, if you can, you must go to a Maasai village. And I won’t change my mind about it.

Categories: Africa, Kenya

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The World's Greatest Drives

Looking for a road trip that will leave you breathless? We picked some of the world’s greatest roads some of them are downright scary, some feature amazing scenery and some of the routes are so remote that you might be the only traveler. We also considered roads that were unique for their construction such as the Atlantic Road in Norway.

Categories: Drives

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Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

The Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrimage is one of the most arduous and challenging treks for religious pilgrims in the world. Mount Kailash is abode of Lord Shiva and the mountain is the source of the giant rivers of India the; Brahmaputra, Indus, Sutlej and Karnali. Ancient texts refer to the mountain as the center of the world. The symmetrical mountain is one of the most beautiful and sacred of the Himalaya. A series of five ancient temples are situated around the mountain flanks. A journey around the mountain will free pilgrims from endless cycles of birth and death. Pilgrims having been making the trek to the region in a tradition that dates back at least several thousand years. The journey is made in a clockwise direction by Hindus and Buddhists while followers of the Jain and Bönpo religions travel the 52km trek around the mountain in a counterclockwise direction.

Categories: China

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5 Great Attractions in Tokyo

Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is home to 12 million people and the Greater Tokyo area has a population of 35 million people making it the most populated urban area in the world. Depending on how you count it the Pearl River Delta might be as high as 40 million if you include Shenzhen. No matter which is the biggest Tokyo is a huge, wealthy and fascinating metropolis which brings high-tech visions of the future side by side with glimpses of old Japan.

Categories: Japan

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