October 23, 2020

There’s a Magical Bridge of Light in an Indonesian Forest

Photographer Warman Wardhani introduces us to the next magical destination everyone will want to add to their travel bucket list—the Orchid Forest Cikole. Located in Lembang in West Java, Indonesia, this atmospheric forest is home to the largest collection of orchids in Indonesia. It holds over 20,000 orchids of many rare species.

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October 9, 2020

This Island off the Amalfi Coast in Italy Is Shaped Like a Dolphin

No, your eyes aren't deceiving you and this isn't the work of Photoshop—this island has the distinct shape of a dolphin. In yet another example of nature being amazing, this island in Italy—located between Capri and Positano—is part of a cluster known as the Sirenusas or the Gallos. This specific, dolphin-shaped mass of land is the biggest island of the group and known as Gallo Lungo.

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August 27, 2020

You Can Now Pedal Through California’s Scenic Redwood Forest on a Railbike

In an effort to give a new lease on life to some of America’s historic railway lines, Skunk Train is repurposing unused train tracks as adventurous tour routes. One of its most popular experiences is an excursion through the world-famous Redwood Route in northern California. But rather than ride the rails via train, you and a friend can pedal an electric-powered railbike meant for two.

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July 27, 2020

Colorful Maps Reveal the Oldest Operating Restaurant of (Almost) Every Country

Fascinating infographics recently created by NetCredit offer history buffs and adventurous foodies a colorful tour of “The Oldest Restaurant in (Almost) Every Country.” While the term “restaurant” comes from the French word for a restorative broth served in eat-in establishments in 18th-century Paris, dining out has a long and diverse history across the world. These colorful graphics bring together a wealth of global gastronomical history. The mouth-watering signature dishes may even serve as travel inspiration.

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