The hours leading up to you catching a flight, whether for work or to start a vacation, can be hectic. Last-minute packing, double-checking your flight information and other travel-related details can take up enough of your attention without you having to worry about getting to the airport on time. Instead of taking your own vehicle to the airport, it's worthwhile to arrange your ride from an airport taxi service. Doing so means you can sit back and relax -- or do some final pre-flight checking -- while your driver takes care of ensuring you get to the airport on time. [Read More]
Three Tips To Help You Choose A Tour Shuttle Company
When you're exploring a new city, taking in the sites is a top priority. However, getting behind the wheel and navigating through a foreign area while trying to sight-see isn't exactly appealing. A tour shuttle is the perfect solution. Tour shuttles let you take in all the sites, but with the convenience of someone else driving you around. If you're planning a vacation and you want to take a tour shuttle, here are a few tips to assist you with choosing a tour company. [Read More]
Five Fabulous Birds Found In Myanmar
If you're an avid birdwatcher who loves vacationing in areas that feature an abundance of avian species in a beautiful natural environment, you should consider paying a visit to the Texas-sized Southeast Asian country of Myanmar. Over 1,000 species of birds can be found within Myanmar's borders, including at least 12 endangered species. Following are just five of the fabulous birds you might see during a visit to this country. [Read More]
Heading To Myrtle Beach For A Spring Vacation? 3 Things To Not Miss Out On!
Myrtle Beach is one of the most popular destinations for vacationers in the United States. For those who are considering traveling to this destination in the spring, there are a few things that you don't want to miss out on. Below, you will learn about three events that take place during the spring in Myrtle Beach that have been going on for at least a decade as of 2015, and they don't appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. [Read More]