The Ultimate India Travel Bucket List

*This is a guest post by Rohit Agarwal of Transindiatravels.  Being the 7th largest country in the World, India strikes the right chord as a tourist destination. It is located at the peninsular region of Asia amidst 3 different oceanic bodies. Home to the Indus valley Civilization and a region of historic trade routes and vast empire, its

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How to Tour Aruba in Style

It’s not everyday that you get to jet-set to the Caribbean, so why not make the most of it?! Aruba is a smart choice flight-wise, as there are many direct flights from New York City and other hubs. Oh, how I miss those direct east coast flights! Regardless of what time of year you visit, you’re sure

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Wellness Guide to Aruba

There are certain destinations that truly “live up” to their hype and Aruba is definitely among them. I can’t begin to tell you how many people I met on the island who return year after year. A special place for so many people, it didn’t take long to understand the island’s mass appeal. During my four days on

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How to Tour Hong Kong in Style

I fell in love with Hong Kong like so many others: quick and effortless. It’s funny how a few months in a city can completely change your perceptions. For whatever reason, Hong Kong was never a city I “needed” to see. Sure, it intrigued me but it wasn’t a place I yearned to explore. Yet, as

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Boho-Luxe Guide to Chiang Mai

Before arriving to Chiang Mai, I expected it to be a budget-backpacker paradise. For years I’ve been hearing (and reading) about how affordable it is to live in Thailand, and Chiang Mai in particular. However, I also found the city to be luxurious, too. My personal travel style is one that bridges the gap between the two.

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Wine Guide to the Lavaux Vineyard Terraces

You don’t have to be a wine fanatic to appreciate Lavaux, but it certainly helps. Rooted in tradition, many wines from this region are still made like the Benedictines and Cistercian monks did in the 11th century. If you’re a white wine drinker, you’re in for an extra special treat. What to expect Before landing

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How to (Realistically) Tour China in a Day

I should probably preface this article by saying that while you can tour China in a day, I’d recommend planning a longer trip. That said, you can still accomplish quite a bit during a full day tour. I opted to book through Viator, as I’ve written for their blog over the past few years and

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How to Tour Chiang Mai in a Weekend

Since first starting Bohemian Trails nearly five years ago, I’ve heard nothing but rave reviews about Chiang Mai. Yet, it always seemed so far away and out of reach. Fast forward to this summer when my husband and I spent some time in Hong Kong. One of the biggest perks about living in Hong Kong is

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Exploring Emmental: A Cheese Route in Bern’s Backyard

After three fun-filled days in Bern, it was time to stretch my legs and venture beyond city limits. Luckily, Switzerland is so well connected and Bern so central, that I had many options. Ultimately, though, my growling stomach made the decision for me and before it was lunch time, I was in the heart of the

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5 Reasons Bern is Switzerland’s Most Underrated City

Bern might be the capital of Switzerland but it doesn’t always get the credit it deserves. While many international travelers won’t hesitate soaking up the summer sun in Geneva or planning a winter ski trip through the alps, Bern sometimes falls off the map so to speak. Then it got me thinking…Is Bern the highly-underrated (and sometimes

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