Egypt – the word evokes images of pyramids and camels, tombs and temples, caches of ancient civilizations lying beneath a vast desert. Lesser known is Egypt’s other side - cerulean waters on soft sand beaches against mountain backdrops, colorful canyons and lush oases holding secrets of the[...]
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From now until July 8, 2013, when you buy two New York City tours you get 25% OFF of a third tour! That’s right – Buy 2, Save 25% on your 3rd tour!
In 2012, Viator sent two teams of two travel videographers around Europe and North America with our Dream Travel Job project. For 60 days each, they traveled, took Viator tours, and filmed. This year we have Asha from our Europe team and Brock from the North America team back to do it all again [...]
When you think about it, pretty much all theme parks are bizarre. You’ve got your talking mice, you hallucinogenic landscapes, your rollercoasters based off tales of mutating humans and castles that spring straight from chauvinist fairy tales. But we’re so accustomed to the oddness of the eve[...]
Well the British and Irish Lions rugby tour of Australia has reached the halfway mark – 5 games down and 5 to go – and the Lions are tracking nicely in the lead-up to the test matches with the Wallabies. Here’s a quick snapshot of the games they have played so far…
When travelers dream of South America, it is often images of Peru that come to mind. From Machu Picchu and the archeological sites of Sacred Valley to the mysterious Nazca lines and the floating villages of Lake Titicaca, the country has a wealth of attractions that are sure to satisfy anyone’s[...]
HURRY! Book by June 20, 2013 to save 50% on the recommended retail price for select tours in Barcelona. This exclusive offer applies to all scheduled departure times and dates through December 31 , 2013. Please note that this offer is available for new transactions only and ca[...]
While most of Spain is instantly recognizable from its rolling fields of wheat and hills of olive groves stretched out beneath wide blue skies, the farther you head north, the more you begin to realize just how diverse this southern European nation is. By the time you reach the Basque Country on [...]
When staying in a city known for parades and parties, my husband was perplexed that I chose a tour that strayed far from that vacation theme, but the New Orleans Past and Present tour is the very best for those that want to feel the real heart of the city.
One of the best ways to learn about a country, its people, history and its culture is through its food. Tasting the recipes and spices from around the world that are unique to a country or city can help you connect to a place, and bonding with people over food - even if you don’t speak the same[...]