Canadian Rocky Mountains

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One of your quickest options for getting here is the Calgary International Airport, located just an hour and a half from Banff National Park and the Canadian Rockies. Once your in the area you can rent a car and drive through the Canadian Rockies. You can also take an airport shuttle to Banff. Driving from Vancouver is a pretty good … Read More

Victoria

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You can either take a flight to Victoria International Airport or choose one of the many boat connections from Vancouver, Seattle or Port Angeles. Once on the island your travel choices include taxi, public transit and various rental offers (RV, car, motorcycle, scooter, bicycle). Besides experiencing the amazing hospitality of the Canadians, our highlight in Victoria was the famous Fisherman’s … Read More

Mount Robson Provincial Park

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Established in 1913, the Mount Robson Provincial Park is the second oldest park in British Columbia’s park system. And truly an amazing one. The mountain for which the park is named guards the park’s western entrance. At 3,954 metres, Mount Robson, is not only the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies and towers over the lesser surrounding peaks, it also … Read More

Vancouver

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If you are arriving by air, you will most likely be flying into Vancouver International Airport (just 25 minutes from downtown). If you are flying to Vancouver from a domestic destination, you might also be able to take scheduled floatplane or helicopter services. By land you can easily cross borders from the USA by car or ship. Good train and … Read More

How To Travel: Hawaii

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Islands in a cobalt blue ocean, spectacular sunrises and sunsets, hula, surfing, ukulele, volcanoes, coral reefs and sugary beaches – Hawaii and its adventurous spirit is the symbol of paradise and the perfect island life. No matter if you are dreaming of exploring waterfalls, surfing the biggest waves or relaxing on golden-sand beaches, there is something to do for everybody. … Read More

Maui

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Choose a flight to Kahului Airport. Many airlines offer non-stop flights direct to Maui. You can also fly into Honolulu International Airport on Oahu before heading to Maui on a short, 30-minute flight. Sometimes traveling unprepared definitely pays off. Just like when we arrived in Maui and decided to drive up to the winding roads toMaui’s highest peak in Haleakala … Read More

Oahu

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Flights arrive at Honolulu International Airport – all major domestic carriers and many international carriers serve Oahu, so you can get here from just about anywhere. Our personal highlight was the tour with Dolphin Excursions. The eco-friendly tour will take you to see some wild spinner dolphins and other sea life in a small group. Tours leave at Waianae Boat … Read More

How To Travel: Australia (East Coast)

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Australia is huge. Even if we spent the rest of our life on an endless road trip around the country, there still will be new things to discover. It`s size gives Autralia a wide variety of landscapes: From tropical rainforests in the north-east to mountain ranges in the south-east, south-west and east and a dry desert in the centre. Most … Read More

Great Ocean Road

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The 243 km Great Ocean Road takes you from Torquay to Warrnambool. You can start driving in either direction. Trains run regularly between Melbourne, Geelong, Colac and Warrnambool. Buses run the coastal route several times a day. There are many advertised highlights along the Great Ocean Road. From the famous Twelve Apostles, to the Loch Ard Gorge or the Cape … Read More