7 Simple Tips on How to Save Money for Traveling
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by Bret and Mary
1M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. I’ve been a professional travel writer for 25 years now. But, like most people, there was a time in my life when the idea of traveling the world seemed like it was way beyond my financial means.  Back then, figuring out ways to save money for traveling seemed incredibly difficult, especially when I was working multiple jobs just to make ends meet.  These days, with prices for virtually everything from groceries to getaways soaring, finding innovative ways to save on travel can make a huge difference in your bottom line ..read more
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5 Awesome Australian Wildlife Adventures Worth Taking
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by Bret and Mary
1M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. This post is brought to you in partnership with Australian Wildlife Journeys. But our opinions remain our own, and we will never compromise the integrity of our responsible travel mission. Encompassing 2,966,151 square miles, Australia is the sixth largest country in the world, with 5.2% of the planet’s landmass. The United States is #4, with 6.1%. But with a total population of just 26,177,413 people in 2022, Australia ranks 210th in terms of population density. By contrast, the U.S. ranks at #161, with 338,289,857 people.  ..read more
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The 20 Best Things to Do in Panama (For Nature Lovers)
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by Bret and Mary
2M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. Though it is but a slip of land located in between Costa Rica and Colombia, there are ton of fun things to do in Panama including watching exotic wildlife, touring colonial architecture, being awestruck at manmade marvels, and admiring diverse natural landscapes. The culture of the country deep and rich, and Panama’s history (and pre-history, for that matter) is completely unique.  The Isthmus of Panama is the final strip of land formed that separated the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean from the Pacific Ocean just a little ..read more
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Top 5 Panama Tourist Attractions for Nature Lovers
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by Bret Love
2M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. Panama is a Nature Lover’s dream. The country is home to nearly 1000 species of birds, several endangered species, and many animals that are only seen in a few other places in the world.   There are also volcanoes, secluded Caribbean islands, and indigenous populations. Here are our picks for the Top 5 Panama Tourist Attractions for eco activities and eco-adventures. READ MORE: The 20 Best Places to Visit in Central Ameria (for Nature Lovers) The Beach at Coiba National Park’s Visitor Center photo by Bret Love & Mar ..read more
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The 20 Best Places to Visit in Central America (For Nature Lovers)
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by Bret and Mary
2M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. Creating a “best of” list for any given region, country, or continent is a thankless task. There’s really no way to be objective, and of course it’s impossible to visit EVERY place in a given destination unless you live there. So consider our overview of 20 Best Places to Visit in Central America to be a general bucket list of hot spots to visit, particularly if you love nature, wildlife, history, and indigenous culture. READ MORE: The 16 Best Mayan Ruins to Explore Xunantunich Mayan Ruins in Belize, Central America by Bret Love ..read more
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The 10 Best Places to Visit in Scotland
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by Bret and Mary
3M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. To say that visiting Scotland was life-changing for me would be a vast understatement.    I’d spent years researching my family’s Scottish ancestry, learning that the Loves were a sept of Clan Mackinnon, with significant populations in Glasgow and the Scottish isles of Mull and Skye.    I’d previously gotten a chance to visit Edinburgh (where I interviewed Sean Connery!) and see major Scotland tourist attractions such as Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, and Arthur’s Seat.    But our trip with Rabbie ..read more
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Animals In Iceland: A Guide to 25 Domesticated & Wild Species
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by Bret and Mary
3M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. When most people think of traveling to Iceland, wildlife is probably not their primary consideration. Located in the North Atlantic, the remote island is better known for its Viking history, rugged and diverse landscapes, dramatic waterfalls, and rich Icelandic culture.  But while it may not have the polar bears of the Canadian Arctic and Norway or the grizzlies, moose, and other dynamic megafauna you’ll find with Alaskan Animals, watching wildlife is still one of our favorite things to do in Iceland. Animals in Iceland are ..read more
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Experiencing Authentic Icelandic Culture
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by Bret and Mary
3M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. Iceland (a.k.a. the land of fire and ice) is often described as dramatic, thrilling, and otherworldly, with natural wonders shaped by unrelenting forces.  But there’s more to this fascinating island than its innate beauty. Icelandic culture remains rich and varied, with friendly people, intriguing traditions, fun festivals, and fascinating traditional food.  Whether you want to enjoy a lunch at a family farm, dance until the sun goes down at midnight, or admire the beauty of the majestic horses, there is no better place ..read more
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10 Great Places to See Wildlife in Australia Responsibly
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by Bret and Mary
3M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. In the 12 years since we launched Green Global Travel as one of the world’s first responsible travel blogs, we’ve been fortunate to have some incredible experiences in ecotourism destinations all around the world.    We’ve had countless wonderful wildlife encounters, from watching penguins and whales in Antarctica and being surrounded by polar bears in the Arctic to sensational safaris in the Amazon, Galapagos Islands, and Kenya.   But even after 12 years of travel blogging, there are still a lot of places left on ..read more
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Birds of Iceland: An Introductory Guide
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by Bret and Mary
3M ago
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. With its relatively isolated location in the frigid north Atlantic, Iceland might not be the first country that comes to mind when you think about the world’s best birdwatching destinations.  It’s true that the harsh winters of the 40,000 square mile island ensures that there are few breeding land birds among the country’s resident avian species. And its remoteness (around 750 miles from Greenland, and 850 miles from the United Kingdom) limits the annual influx of summer migrants. Yet still the list of the birds of Iceland t ..read more
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