An eco-friendly holiday can also be budget-friendly: Here’s how

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If you’re a nature lover and ardent traveller, chances are, you’ve also considered sustainable tourism. But like many others, you may have been wary of the additional costs. For a long time, sustainable tourism has been inextricably linked with extravagant experiences or deemed as something that would require a compromise of personal comfort. But this is largely a misconception. “Sustainable practices don’t necessarily call for higher expenses and compromise on comfort is a subjective matter,” says Karan Anand, Head, Relationships, Cox & Kings.

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Disney parks: Every upcoming ride, hotel and attraction

Walt Disney once said, “Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world.” More than 60 years after his beloved park first opened, Disney’s words still reverberate.

Much of the original park remains intact, and many of its opening day attractions still delight visitors. But Disneyland has evolved considerably since Disney, who passed away in 1966, last walked its storied streets. And planned for summer 2019, the park will welcome its most ambitious new land to date, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

 

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25 of the best places to visit in the UK

From vibrant, culture-laden cities to peaceful areas of outstanding natural beauty, the UK is an incredibly diverse destination for travelers.

Here’s our pick of 25 of the best places to visit in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland:

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Where to Stay in Paris: The Best Neighborhoods and Hotels for Every Type of Traveler

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Whether a long-planned holiday or spontaneous weekend trip, your first time or fifteenth, an important question before traveling to Paris is: where should I stay? Known for its village-like neighborhoods, there are many quartiers with both boutique hotels and the grand dame addresses that will appeal to all kinds of travelers. The great thing is that almost every neighborhood in Paris is the best neighborhood to stay in Paris.

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15 Father’s Day Gifts For The Dad Who Likes To Read Or Write

Is it just me… or are dads incredibly hard to shop for? Every year, no matter the occasion, I struggle to find the right gift for my own father, who hates gadgets, could care less about fishing, and never wears a tie unless he’s in court. The one thing I know he does like is books, which is why this year, I’m picking him out one of these Father’s Day gifts for the dad who likes to read.

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Top 3 Food-Delivery Options for Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Top 3 Food-Delivery Options for Father's Day Gift Ideas

Father’s Day is rapidly approaching – June 17, for those who haven’t been marking the calendar. And let’s be honest, you probably should have gotten or at least thought of a gift idea by now.

It’s sometimes difficult, though, to shop for the guy who has it all. At least it can be if he usually buys everything he talks about that you had already stored away as potential gift ideas in your head.

For those looking for gifts off the beaten path, mail-order food deliveries offer an alternative to the stereotypical Father’s Day gifts that can give your dad an experience he won’t soon forget.

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30 Ways to Spend Less on Travel

Are you feeling a little wanderlust? If you’ve got the itch to get on a plane or get in the car and go somewhere, there’s a good reason for it – travel can improve your health, reduce the risk of a heart attack, relieve stress, enhance creativity, and leave you with wonderful memories of seeing the world.

The only problem is, dreams of traveling to far-away destinations may be hard to put into reality because taking trips can be expensive. The good news is, there are plenty of ways to see the world for far less. In fact, here are 30 tips to help you travel on a budget.

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