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10 Extraordinary Islands To Visit On Your Next Vacation

10 Extraordinary Islands To Visit On Your Next Vacation Summer is the time of island vacations. It is time to put as much distance between you and the real world as possible. It is time to stand outside of your everyday life and to see how it all looks from a paradise perspective. Here is a collection of islands for escape...

The world's most ethical tourism destinations

The world's most ethical tourism destinations Each year, non-profit organization Ethical Traveler conducts a survey of the world's developing nations, analyzing their progress toward promoting human rights, preserving their environment, and developing a sustainable tourism industry. The study, run by Ethical Traveler's...

Longest zip-line in the world at Palau's new eco theme park

Longest zip-line in the world at Palau's new eco theme park Palau is no longer just a destination for underwater adventure. This destination in Micronesia, which is ranked as one of the top scuba diving destinations in the world, has recently opened the Palau Eco Theme Park, home to one of the longest zip line courses on Earth. ...

Video of the Day - Jellyfish Lake, Palau

Swimming in water filled with millions of jellyfish may be most people's worst nightmare. But for visitors to the Palauan island of Eil Malik, it's the main attraction. Situated about 500 miles east of the Philippines, Jellyfish Lake is one of 70 marine lakes on...

Gadlinks for Thursday, 6.11.09

Gadlinks for Thursday, 6.11.09 Bored at work? Here are a couple travel links to keep you entertained. Over at World Hum, Rob Verger spends 24 hours in JFK's new JetBlue terminal-- and lives to tell about it. The crew over at the Freakonomics blog is holding a contest to try to find the worst...

Palau: the ultimate dive-spot?

Palau: the ultimate dive-spot? I've been doing a lot of reading on Palau for a possible magazine story somewhere. It seems in a single decade this tiny island (the last colonial territory to gain its independence, in 1994) has almost switched its entire economy from fishing to tourism, in the form of...

Word for the Travel Wise (04/20/06)

Word for the Travel Wise (04/20/06) Even though I never watched a single episode of Survivor: Palau, the seasons long reality show always comes to mind when hearing the country name. (Now, that's how you know you've got a show that works.) While I lack the time to sit engulfed in primetime television, I've got...

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