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Perfectly Timed Photos of Great White Sharks Breaching

Call it skill, luck or just being at the right place at the right time. Chris McLennan is an international award winning travel and adventure photographer who's captured some truly amazing photos of great white sharks breaching.<p>The ocean around Seal Island, in False Bay, South Africa, is the only …

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The Top 10 Easter Brunches In The U.S.

Spring has sprung and that means Easter is just around the corner! When Peter Cottontail comes hopping down the lane, we get all too excited for egg hunts, chocolates galore, and -- most importantly -- Easter brunch. Who doesn't love the combo of booze and food on a Sunday afternoon? And when it's …

The 25 Least Visited Countries In The World

The problem might just be finding the right destination. The least visited country in the world may not be the one you would think.<p><b>Click here to go straight to the destinations ></b><p>I am currently conducting research through visits to all 198 countries of the world.<p>The reason? To figure out where I …

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Top Treetop Hotels

Selecting the perfect hotel can make or break a vacation. Friendly customer service and a comfortable bed are must-haves, but nowadays, adventurous travelers are looking for lodgings that also provide one-of-a-kind experiences. We've written about hotels that offer guests ridiculously sumptuous …

How to eat Indian street food safely

Tucking into street food is one of the joys of travelling in India – here are some tips to help avoid tummy troubles.<p>1. Give yourself a few days to adjust to the local cuisine, especially if you’re not used to spicy food.<p>2. You know the rule about following a crowd – if the locals are avoiding a …