Flights, Accommodation & Transportation in Havana

See other links for: Visa / Entry Requirements, Currency Exchange & When2Trip Cuba Things to do, Shopping & Restaurants in Havana Flights Beyond the obvious fascination of visiting Cuba for the rich historical and political reasons, it didn’t hurt that it is a short hop and jump from the east … Read More

An essential guide to Havana, Cuba: Things to do, Shopping & Restaurants

See other links for: >>Next: Flights, Accommodation & Transportation in Havana << Previous: Visa / Entry Requirements, Currency Exchange & When2Trip Things to do in Havana 1. Walk along the streets of Old Havana Throw out your detailed itinerary and just aimlessly wander through the streets of Old Havana town. … Read More

Fly to Bora Bora and New Zealand using Miles

Hello all, We are very excited to share with you our fun travel experiences and all the tips and tricks for visiting New Zealand and French Polynesia (Bora Bora and Mo’orea) in this series   Upcoming: Our favorite places in North Island of New Zealand Upcoming: Our favorite places in South Island … Read More

Adventures in Grand Teton

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What Makes It Great From city slickers to mountain men (gals) and everyone in between – all can appreciate the solitude and impressive expanse of this amazing park. The lake views, forest landscapes, brilliant canyon expanses and amazing wildlife all lend to the unforgettable destination of Grand Teton National Park … Read More

Best Grand Teton Hikes

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Hiking and back country camping is the best way to enjoy the majestic beauty and the grandeur of the Grand Teton National Park. There are hundreds of miles of trails in this park but after numerous hours of research and advice from park rangers we narrowed down our list and here … Read More

How we flew from NYC to Yellowstone / Grand Teton National Parks and back for $23!

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Every year, millions of tourists flock to the worlds first national park  – Yellowstone, to see the unbelievable Geo-thermal features and to see the incredible wildlife (aptly named Serengeti of the West). Needless to say, flights are very expensive and unless you want to spend a few days on the road, driving is not … Read More