Great Picnic Spots in South Australia

Great Picnic Spots in South Australia

Pristine wilderness, heavenly vineyards and stunning sunsets over the ocean: nothing can beat the immense natural beauty of South Australia. The unbelievably beautiful landscapes, fascinating wildlife, and traces of the continent’s Aboriginal past have captured the imagination of travelers from all around the globe for centuries.

That’s why we’re eager to share with you some of the most exciting picnic destinations where you can grab a blanket, a bottle of wine, and some fantastic gourmet treats to experience the most memorable picnic of your life.

Can’t Miss Attractions in South Carolina

Can’t Miss Attractions in South Carolina

South Carolina is a state that is heralded as one of the premier touring destinations of the country – its rich historic background, beautiful and diverse nature, as well as a vibrant cultural life make it a perfect place for a getaway with family or friends. But...
5 Things you must do in Dubai

5 Things you must do in Dubai

5 Things you must do in Dubai

by Kaelyn Mostafa, Midlife Road Trip Correspondent

Watch the sunrise from a hot air balloon
What better way to experience Dubai than from a bird’s eye view in a hot air balloon? This excursion allows travelers to soar high above the Dubai Desert Conservation Range in a hot air balloon with an experienced pilot. The breathtaking sights include the sun rising over endless sand dunes, beautiful desert vistas, and wild camels and gazelles roaming freely around the area.

Not only does this excursion provide participants with some unbelievable photo ops, but it also offers approximately one full hour of airtime, a variety of interesting tidbits about desert living, and a unique and adventurous way to experience the desert!

Eco-tourism in Costa Rica

Eco-tourism in Costa Rica

On a recent trip to Costa Rica, I learned first hand why eco-tourism is a phenomenal way to travel throughout the tropics. Eco-tourism gives value to the existing forest as well as adding value to reforestation projects. Traveling to the tropics not only benefits the traveler with stories of zip-lining through the canopy, seeing howler monkeys on the side of the road, and having hummingbirds zip by your ear to feed from a heliconia flower 2 feet away from you at breakfast. Why should we care about protecting the rainforest? There are too many reasons to count, but what stuck with me the most in my travels was learning that about 2100 of the 3000 plants identified by the …

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