By 2020 25% of All World Travelers Will Be Chinese

In the near future the Chinese middle-class will be traveling like never before. Right now as it stands 96% of all Chinese people have never stamped their passports or even been out of the country. In fact, many Chinese are just now starting to travel domestically due to the fact that more people are buying cars, and there are more roads available. There is also a reliable train system, and regional airports popping up.

It has been estimated that by 2020 there will be 2000 more airliners than there are today in China, owned and operated by Chinese airlines. It is also estimated that there will be 50 billion visits which will go through the Beijing and Shanghai Airports by 2020 every single year. Another staggering estimate was that 25% of all world travelers will be Chinese by 2020.

This is a traveling economic boom for the world tourism business. You can bet that most of those Chinese travelers will want to come to the United States, “beautiful country” and this will be nothing short of wonderful considering all the stress and aggravation that the hospitality, hotel, restaurant, gambling, and tourism industry has suffered during recessionary lows in the business cycle.

You can imagine that with “1.25 Billion People, which Have Never Traveled Beyond China’s Borders” and all the suddenly half of them becoming middle-class, how much travel Asia will see, and the rest of the world by 2020. This is one good reason that the United States should remain close allies and friends with China. We want those tourism dollars here, and we want to welcome our Chinese friends to America.

Please come, enjoy the sun, enjoy the stay, and come to play!

World Travel, Volunteering and the Journey to Raw Vegan

In this article, Happy Oasis shares on world travel, volunteering and her journey to raw vegan. Happy Oasis is a raw food inspiration, an author and the “Chief Visionary Officer” of the Raw Spirit Festival.

Kevin: Just kind of like a personal question from me, how do you manage to get from place to place if you are volunteering, how does it work out? Because I know there are a lot of people who want to volunteer, who want to travel. How have you done it? What’s the secret?

Happy: That’s a great question. Since I was 12, I was on a panel yesterday at the Vibrant Living Festival, at the age of 12 I became entrepreneur because I decided that I would wish for a pony and to pay for the pony, I started to teach riding lessons. I barely knew how to ride myself, but it’s that entrepreneurial spirit that has landed me in dozens of various entrepreneurial activities. For example, I was up in the foothills of the Himalayas and I was boarding a train in India and I said to this man, “What are these in these crates?” He said, “Oh these are avocados.” But he said it in a different language and I realized it was avocados. I said, “Can I buy all your crates?” He said, “Certainly.” So I bought them all and I took them to Goa, which was the hippy market. I sold them for several times more than I had purchased them. Just little things like that helped as fundraisers. So that raised funds for me for few months then I could go on volunteering.

I taught English in Bangkok for about a year, total, and instead of teaching in schools, I went to the tallest buildings in Bangkok, when I was 19, and I went straight to the CEOs and taught the management staff.. They so appreciated it that they said instead of paying $5 an hour, which is what they would do at a school, that they would pay me for each person. So it ended up being a significant amount of money so I only had to work for an hour or two. Anybody can do these things. It’s just having a slightly different perspective. Then that funded me for a year by doing that for many months. And then I also live at monasteries.

So the main way that I cut down on expenses is that, when I was 16, I received a scholarship to Tasmania, a full scholarship and I worked and traveled and studied and represented America at Hobart Matriculation College. And during my summers off, my weekends, I was a hiking guide, they call it a trekking guide. On one of our first treks, there was a woman who came to our camp in the middle of the night, we were singing around the fire. She approached and she had a big backpack on and she was from Germany and we said, “Come join us.” I started interviewing her. I said, “Tell me about yourself.” She said, “Well, I have been traveling for four years.” I said, “Four years?” I was 16 years old. “How do you travel for four years?” She said, “Well, I was a bank teller,” I think she said, “and I saved up some money for about three years, but this is what I did. I didn’t drink.” She said, “I don’t drink alcohol. I don’t buy ever buy any kind of drinks, even soda pop, juices. I only drink water at restaurants. Secondly, I am vegetarian.” Thirdly, she doesn’t go out dancing. She doesn’t go to bars. She also doesn’t rent movies. She goes to libraries instead of bookshops. So she had all these frugal habits that she taught me at the ripe age of 16 and so I adopted hose habits immediately. Not only that but she said she camps and she doesn’t spend money on hotels. I started sleeping outside and realizing if I can bring a tent or sleep under the stars. She said to me, “What’s the point of having a hotel where you are not enjoying it anyway because you are sleeping?” Those are some of the ways.

I ended up having this sort of monastic lifestyle of sleeping anywhere. I slept around, but not in that traditional way. [laughter] Then I would go to farmers markets and then I thought, what’s the next step of frugality? I would like to pick my own fruit. So I picked fruit everywhere I went. I would ask farmers. I would ask orchardists, “Could I help you, relieve you of all this fruit? They were on the ground and in your trees?” And they would almost always say yes. And there’s all these wild, edible plants. So I became an intuitive wild edible plant person. And then as far as window shopping, I had this rule that if I can’t carry it on my back, I can’t have it. So when I would window shop, I literally would just look at things and then realize the whole world belongs to all of us. All the riches in India and all the riches around the world are everybody’s to enjoy to see, to look at, to perceive and then we walk on to the next adventure. Life has been a seasonal adventure for me. I spent many, many years living out of a backpack with minimal possessions.

Kevin: How does raw food fit into that for you? Do you do it for experience or how does raw food fit?

Happy: Well, the beauty of raw fruit in this lifestyle is that it’s as easy as picking a piece of fruit from the tree. There is no wood stove. There is no camp stove. People go backpacking and I always had this advantage, I always had five less pounds than those people because I didn’t have fuel for a wood stove or cooking stove. Then also the availability and the wild plants. So basically, I’m very comfortable just foraging. But the beauty of it, especially for this disposition and my constitution, is even though I was unusually physically strong for my age, size and gender, I had a weak immune system and I probably still do today if I would go back to the SAD diet, the Standard American Diet.

I was raised, like most of us, on hot dogs and Twinkies and Ho-Hos and PopTarts and Captain Crunch and Coca Cola for breakfast sometimes, basically no fresh fruit or vegetables, very, very rare. Our oranges came out of a can. Our spinach was brown, it came out of the can. I was a survivor. God bless our parents, that whole generation. Who knew? Nobody knew. Everybody was told that this was the way to live. So now a lot of people are coming out of that. So what that did to my immune system is it was a bit tragic. So I became a raw vegetarian after a long research, decades of investigation as to what was wrong with my system.

I discovered vegetarianism when I was a teenager and then became a vegan when I was about 30, so about 15 years ago. The way that happened is I was living in a Buddhist monastery in the jungles of Thailand and my dear friend, who is younger but so wise, she is a PhD now living in Singapore with some tribal people, she said to me that milk is unnatural for human diet and of course we had a great debate back and forth. That night, I went to sleep with the thought of milk is unnatural. How can that be? And I woke up in the middle of the night and I had somehow become attuned to a past life 50,000 years. I was living in a cave and I was sort of Neanderthal like, but post because Neanderthals were before then, and I was coming out on all four legs and I was hungry and maybe a little grumpy. I looked through the shrubbery and there was a wild cow, very much like the wild cows that still remain only in Africa today. I saw the cow and I thought, “Milk.” So I started running after the cow, myself on four legs, the cow on four legs, and then I lunged for her teats. And I started milking her teats, and I realized my goodness, it’s just like a woman, like from our species. And I woke up feeling very strange. And feeling that that is so unnatural. I’ve never had dairy products again.

And then that day I went to the health food store and I started seeing women with those machines. Like, as cows have the metal machines on their six breasts or whatever, I saw the checkout woman with this machine, in my minds eye. And I thought that is so bizarre, it is incredibly unnatural for one species to steal milk from the mother who’s producing milk for her baby. It’s not only unethical, but it is just, it’s just bizarre. And so that kind of cured that aspect for me.

And then with cooked foods I would note that every time I lived with tribal people who tended to eat more fresh food and more wild foods that I never had health problems. And I always thought it’s like that because I feel so loved and I feel so like safe in nature. But then I’d go back to the city and I’d go to a ashram and I’d feel loved or I’d feel safe but I would get sick. And at these ashrams they would serve a lot of cooked foods. And it would be vegetarian, but it was a debilitating vegetarian diet versus a wild edible diet, wild raw, more raw diet, in the hinterlands of these countries. And so then after yoyo-ing, as we tend to ping-pong for a while until we figure it out, I realized just stay with the raw vegan.

And then what happened is, just at the time when I was figuring it out, somebody gave me three books. Viktoras Kulvinskas’ “Survival into the 21st Century,” Gabriel Cousens’ “Rainbow diet,” and David Wolfe’s “Nature’s First Law.” And I read those three books within the same month and I just, their arguments were so colorful, so hilarious, genius, and convincing, that I decided, “That’s it I’m going to try the raw vegan.”

Don’t Work at Home When You Can World Travel and Work

You did it! You finally got started on your work at home job and you love it. You get to work whenever you want and stop whenever you like. So why do so many people end up working more hours at home than they did when they worked outside the house? They end up on the computer so much that they sort of forget the fact that they can world travel and still get the work done. They even lose touch with friends and spend less time with their families. But you don’t have to.

You were probably like everybody else working a 9 to 5 job everyday with little or no days off. If you were a manager you worked maybe 60 hours a week but only got paid for 40 hours. You wanted your life back, your freedom and the pay you desired. So with the spare time that you had left you started to educate yourself on how to work at home. Once you started to make some money, you then decided to leave your job and do it full time.

The money that you started making only encouraged you to work harder. You had all these ideas going through your mind about what to do next and it excited you. Without realizing it you ended up working until late in to the night. Then you find yourself getting up early to get started and end up spending all day on the computer. If you then generated more money then you spend even more time on the computer. Before long you don’t realized what you are missing.

See, just because you work at home that doesn’t mean you have to stay their to work. If you have a laptop computer then get out of the house and world travel if you like and still get your work done. At least go to the park and work or a coffee house or any place where people can be found. It’s easy to communicate online but don’t give up the human touch. I know of some people that work everyday online to the point where they don’t even know their own friends anymore. When they do see them they do not know much about them any more and the conversation ends up being awkward.

Sometimes they work from home so much that they don’t even take a vacation. They end up missing out on seeing a lot because they are always working. They don’t seem to realize that the same work you do at home can be done on the beaches of Hawaii or Orlando or any place else you want. Plan a trip and set aside sometime to work and sometime to play. Spend sometime with your friends and family and get reconnected. You must balance your work time and play time and don’t let yourself become a slave to your own work at home habits.

You don’t have to world travel but at least plan something to do as part of your work at home experience. You are not trapped behind four walls and a window any more so don’t live like it. Get out and have some fun before it’s to late.

What was the point of starting a work at home business in the first place if you were not going to enjoy the freedom that it was suppose to be giving you. Yes, you may be your own boss and all so why not take advantage of it. There is always going to be something else to do with your business but you cannot do everything at once.

Safest World Travel Destinations

World travel is always an adventure. But today, with all of the “stuff” that goes on in the world and the hateful sentiment toward Americans and America that is felt in many countries around the world, the question of which countries are actually the safest to travel to comes to mind right away when planning to travel abroad.

We, of course, have a few suggestions. The following locations are probably the safest travel destinations, but that doesn’t mean that bad things CAN’T happen. It only means that bad things are far less likely to happen.

Finland is probably the safest travel destination in all of northern Europe. Helsenki, the capital of Finland, is named “the world’s friendliest city” year after year. It deserves the title. You’ll find prices are high and the current exchange rate doesn’t help matters any. Travel to Finland might cost more, but it’s definitely safe!

Japan has the lowest crime rate of any industrialized nation in the world – unless crimes against whales is included in the count. You’ve probably heard your grandparents talk about how it was in America back in the 1950s; people ride bicycles and talk to strangers without fearing for their lives. Japan today is similar to that.

In the South Pacific, New Zealand is a breathtakingly beautiful country where crime is almost nonexistent. Sheep stealing is the number one crime. New Zealand is safe.

Sweden has got to be the safest of all of the Scandinavian countries and also one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Sweden might steal your
heart, but that’s all that will be stolen. Sweden is very safe!

Monaco is where you can lose a lot of money at the casinos in Monte Carlo, but only if you choose to. The crime rate is so low it is infinitesimal.

Whole World Travel

Here it is the chance that chance of a life time you have been waiting for. Your lucky number is up and you’ve won that whole world travel trip. It’s all yours to choose and it’s all paid for. Suddenly you can put all those dreams into reality. The choice is yours. Where do you start, where will you go. Argentina to Amritsar, Bengal to Bolivia, Uruguay to Ulam Bator. Your mind is washed with the possibilities and its amazing how big the world seems when you really can go wherever you want.

Take a map or spin a globe. It is amazing how many fascinating places there are to see when the whole world travel choices are laid out before you. So how will you get to all those fascinating destinations you have always wanted to see? Maybe you will cruise for a year and a day perhaps, or have your own personal sailing boat complete with crew. What about an overland adventure by Jeep Safari or across the desert to Petra and ancient Thebes by camel train. Sailing on the ship of the desert, accompanied by black garbed nomadic tribesmen and spending your nights in the brightly coloured tents under the glow of the desert stars. Perhaps train travel is your thing and you’re the Orient Express type.

Do you yearn for fine food and white evening dress suits; enjoy mingling with the other elite guests as the luxury train speeds onwards across the continent to the great cities of Christendom and beyond? Or do you see yourself mixing with stars and the glitterati on the luxury liner the QE 2 as she glides across the oceans of the world to the choicest destinations? Forget aeroplanes: see the world from above. A flight of a different sort in a hot air balloon trip across the wastes of Antarctica to the Southern Hemisphere and Australasia, the beauty of the New Zealand islands and the white-fringed beaches and coral reefs of Polynesia.

Why settle for something that’s been done by tourists many times before. Strike out, go for the unique. Are you the adventurous type, brave enough to take on new frontiers, to boldly go where few have gone before? What if you could crew a space shuttle or space station. That’s really travelling the whole world and seeing what few have ever seen. Surrounded by stars in the silent darkness of outer space. Cutting the earthly umbilical cord and floating high above the beautiful blue green planet seeing the whole world as one shining orb.

This is the time to dig out your bucket list. Fulfill those must do, must go choices that have passed time quicker on that dreary journey or helped you through a boring task. It’s all out there for you the whole world travel destinations that you will never forget.

Once in a life time may mean just that so go experience life and enjoy.

World Travel Magazines – Five of the Best

Conde Nast Traveler
All writers for Conde Nast have to travel anonymously and pay their own way. This guarantees the credibility of destination reports and prevents writers from simply choosing to promote a restaurant or hotel because of the freebies they’re offered. Despite being focused more on luxury destinations, this world travel magazine provides secrets of seasoned travelers, with guides to the world’s best places to drink, shop, stay as well as islands, cities and cruises. Definitely a magazine to buy for inspiration of where to take your next big trip.

Showcasing the world’s best islands, with reports on lifestyle, culture, history and nature, Islands magazine shows you luxury places you may only dreamed of going to. A perfect armchair adventure, it’s wonderful to flick through the pages and incredible photos and dream of one day visiting one of the featured islands. As the magazine masthead says, “Destinations, adventures and dreams…” and with the expert tips provided you may just be able to afford to make your dreams become a reality.

Travel & Leisure
A world travel magazine that reveals the secrets of the best destinations across the globe. With tips on the most wonderful hotels, exclusive shops, delectable restaurants and cool hip bars, it’s also packed with the latest travel offers and tips on how to save money and have a stress free vacation.

The Ecologist
A magazine with a difference and perfect for any traveler with a conscience, The Ecologist suggests ways anyone can help tackle the environmental issues across the globe, from preparing food to traveling responsibly. An innovative magazine with great ideas on how to have adventures whilst making a positive impact on the people and places you visit along the way. The Ecologist challenges conventional thinking, is thought-provoking and entertaining and certainly empowers its readers into change.

Sherman’s Travel
Travel advice and features for anyone looking for the best luxury destinations the world has to offer. Focusing on both domestic and international locations, events, food and places to visit, Sherman’s Travel is the perfect choice for anyone looking for a top 4 or 5 star vacation. It’s also packed with tips on making the most of your trip and getting value for money. Luxury travelers may have the cash to splash on a top class trip, but this travel magazine will make sure you stretch your luxury travel dollar as far as it will go.

Top 5 Destinations – World Travel Guide

The World Travel Guide provides all the information required regarding the various holiday destinations of the world. The purpose of this guide is to provide all the details about a travel destination and its specialties besides the facilities on offer to its guests.

The World Travel Guide is considered by many to be amongst the most crucial elements, if not the most crucial element in choosing a destination after viewing a similar alternative on the guide. You have all the stuff required to make a decision, the information such as travel connectivity, climate and the ideal time to visit the place are the best features of the guide.

The guide has all the major destinations of the world listed and provides you the best possible base to make the correct decision.

Let us visit the top 5 travel destinations on the World Travel Guide.

The Taj Mahal: The Taj Mahal is the pride of India. This UNESCO World Heritage site is located in the North Indian city of Agra. This marvelous marble structure is considered to be the jewel of Muslim art in the Indian sub-continent. The Taj Mahal provides the much needed foreign exchange earnings to India and it is estimated some 4 million visitors experience the beauty of the Taj annually.

Whitsunday Islands: These wonderful islands are part of Australia. The place is a spectacular sight to the human eye as imagine the thought of lovely rainforests and the spectacular coral reefs. Besides, the islands are famous the world over for their warm ocean waters, which are ideal for a dip.

Rio de Janeiro: If you are looking for an ideal beach holiday destination where the fun never seems to end, then you need to be in the marvelous Rio de Janeiro of Brazil. Rio is the known to many as the fun capital of the world. The place has all the facilities for you to have a rocking time and that is not all, Rio boasts of a vibrant night life, which goes way into the next days wee hours. Hence, if you were of the view the sunset marked the end of day, that is not true in this part of the world, as the sunset only marks the beginning of the day for the die-hard party freaks.

Majorca: Alternatively referred to as Mallorca, this beach holiday destination is an ideal Spanish holiday destination. Majorca is all about white sandy beaches and the perfect place to experience the point where the sun, sea and sand meet.

Miami: Miami is a wonderful travel destination in the US. The city has so much to offer its visitors and in order to experience the beauty of Miami in total you need to be there at least for a week. Some of the talking points of the city are the Miami Sky-lift, the Miami Art Museum, the Homestead Miami Speedway, the Dolphin Stadium and much more.

Those were the top 5 travel destinations of the world. Like the destinations mentioned above, there are thousands of other descriptions available on the World Travel Guide. Hence, it is recommended you please go through the World Travel Guide as it will only help you choose the correct place.

World Travel Statistics For Vagabonds

This is the intersection where dreams and reality collide. So many have been led to believe that in order to take a year off and travel the world you have to sacrifice everything you’ve worked for, take out a large loan from the bank, and basically put your life on hold.

And that’s if they’ve even dared to dream of world travel.

In order to help you understand the hurdles (both real and imaginary) involved in traveling, let’s take a look at my own world travel statistics.

First, a brief background on the trip. My wife and I recently took a year off and traveled through Southeast Asia, India and Nepal. We purchased a one way ticket to Bangkok, traveled by rail (and occasionally bus or boat) and ate mostly street food (which tends to be healthier as its cooked in front of you). We lived modestly, but not uncomfortably. It is possible, though not recommended, to do what we did for 30% less.

These are out world travel statistics:

Living expenses: $1300. This included private rooms for two, sometime with air conditioning, and a whole lot of street food. Perhaps once a week we would take in a show, or have a nice dinner. Alcohol was limited, as the relative value is ridiculous in third world countries (a beer costs more than a bungalow in southeast Asia). If you plan on drinking, you should budget one to two dollars for each drink in this part of the world.

Visa fees: $80 each month. Several places such as Thailand and SIngapore don’t require a visa for Americans, though several (including Nepal and Vietnam) are quite expensive and include additional fees for entry into certain areas.

Flights: $2700. We purchased a one way ticket into Bangkok, and a one way return from Moscow, which drove the price up considerably. For this same amount, we could have received a round the world ticket with eight to ten destinations. The problem was that $5,400 was too much money to pay upfront (we worked along the way).

Trains: $2000. I admit this is an estimate, as we did not keep receipts for all our travel. If you were to stay in Southeast Asia, rather than take the train from Beijing to Moscow as we did, you could easily spend half this amount.

Total amount spent for two: $21,260. Not too bad. For less than $1,000 a month per person, we were able to do what most people only dream of. I hope these world travel statistics help you realize that seeing the world is not as expensive as you might think. Sure, you could go to Europe and spend twice this amount, or visit Africa or South America for slightly more, but the lesson learned is this: you won’t know until do the numbers. Try to eliminate all monthly expenses back home, and hit the road!

World Travel on $1,000 a Month Or Less

“I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list.” – Susan Sontag

Do you believe that it’s expensive to travel? Have you ever excitedly looked over a glossy brochure of your dream vacation, only to discover that it will cost you thousands and thousands of dollars for a single 10 day vacation?

If this has happened to you, I can understand. I too would dream about traveling the world, but get disenhearted when I saw those expensive price tags placed on travel.

But I have learned that travel is NOT expensive. You see, travel agencies want you to believe that it costs a LOT of money to travel. That way they can jack-up the prices of tours to earn a bigger commission for themselves. They want you to think that you must have money, a lot of money, to be able to travel.

This kind of thinking does not help the majority of us. It distances us from our dreams.

A fact that most people don’t realize, is that world travel can be down-right cheap. It can actually be cheaper, a lot cheaper, than staying at home.

It amuses me that travel agencies try to SELL travel. They try to get you to pay for things that you can do all by yourself. They don’t want you to know this, but –

You Don’t Need Them.

What do people do when they travel anyway? They get a place to sleep, eat, use transportation systems and spend money on entertainment and a few miscellaneous things like laundry, clothes and souvenirs.

What do you do at home? You pay the rent, buy your food (and sometimes go out to eat), you drive or use the bus, and you spend money on entertainment and a few miscellaneous things like cable and utilities.

Travel costs are really the same damn thing as staying at home; the big difference is that you’ll be seeing and doing a lot of different things.

Let me ask you this: If I were to offer you a place to stay in your home-town, meals, entertainment for you of my choosing, and have a strictly scheduled shuttle-bus that takes you where I want you to go and when, and I’ll only charge you $10,000 a month for the BASIC package, would you accept it?

Not only would you not accept it, but you’d


So why do travelers consistently do this very-same thing? Why do they pay travel agencies a ton of money for the very things they can do all by themselves, for a lot cheaper, and for a lot more freedom and flexibility?

World travel is not expensive at all if you know how to do it. You can travel the world for about $1,000 a month; that’s only about $33 a day.

How much do you spend on a normal day at home?

Here is an example of a single-person’s average monthly expenses in the United States (this is a modest estimate):

Rent: $800 a month

Food: $300

Transportation (gas, insurance): $400

Utilities (phone, internet, electricity, water, cable): $300

Entertainment: $300

Misc. (clothes, gifts, doctor bills): $400

Total: $2,500

Now let’s sum-up the average monthly costs of world travel (when you know how to do it):

Hotels: $300

Food: $150

Transportation: $300

Utilities: $0.00

Entertainment/Site-Seeing: $200

Misc. (internet cafes, souvenirs, clothes): $50

Total: $1,000

Let’s break this down by day:

Hotel: $10

Food: $5

Transportation: $10

Entertainment/Site-Seeing: $6.67

Misc.: $1.67

Daily total: $33.34 USD

World travel costs less than staying at home, and offers a lot more freedom.

I’m sure you’re thinking that I am grossly under-estimating travel costs. But actually, the expenses above can be a LOT cheaper.

Did you know that in some countries you can book a three- star hotel for $10? Or that you can get comfortable accommodation for as low as $0.50 to $6.00 per night? Are you aware of the tens of thousands of people across the globe that invite travelers to stay at their homes – for free?

How about food? Full-blown buffets are offered for $0.50. Lunches with soup, the main course, a soda and dessert can be had for $1.50. Some companies will even pay you to dine at their restaurants!

Transportation? How about taxis that go anywhere in the city for $2. Inter-country buses for $20 to $50. Or international flights at 80% off?

By balancing your travels with expensive countries and cheap countries, your average travel costs can be just $1,000 a month or less.

Remember, people actually live in the countries that are foreign to you. In some countries the average monthly wage is only $150 – but it is enough to live on.

If they’re not paying thousands and thousands of dollars a month to be where they are, then why should you?

In many places, with just $1,000 a month to spend, far from living like a pauper, you’ll be living like a king.

Manhattan Executive World Travelers-Australia and New Zealand

Australia and New Zealand

(Manhattan World Traveler, Manhattan Professional, NYC World Traveler, NYC Profesisonal)

Don’t forget about Australia when planning vacation or excursion.

You can go on a basic trip going over some of the high lights and plan to return another time for some geographically specific areas.

Ideas for a highlight excursion in Australia is Sydney, Milbourne, AUluru (Ayers rock), Alice Springs, Cairns and Dunk Island National Park. Of course New Land areas you may want to check out is Auckland, Queenstown and many other areas in between.

Some other areas that may be practical to add but would give you a more full experience of Australia is Darwin and Kakadu National Park, Hobart as well as Christchurch in New Zealand.

A less traveled area of Australia is Western Australia. You may try the following Itinerary.

Darwin (on the Northern Auslralia Coast traveling down through Halls Creek, Fitzroy Crossing,Broone, North Hetland, Exmouth, Monkey Mia, to Geraldton to Paerth on the South coast of Western Australia. (Manhattan Travel Australia & New Zealand)

(Manhattan World Traveler, Manhattan Professional, NYC World Traveler, NYC Profesisonal)

Don’t forget about Australia when planning a vacation or excursion.

You can go on a basic trip going over some of the high lights and plan to return another time for some geographically specific areas.

Ideas for a highlight excursion in Australia is Sydney, Milbourne, AUluru (Ayers rock), Alice Springs, Cairns and Dunk Island National Park. Of course New Land areas you may want to check out is Auckland, Queenstown and many other areas in between.

Some other areas that may be practical to add but would give you a more full experience of Australia is Darwin and Kakadu National Park, Hobart as well as Christchurch in New Zealand.

A less traveled area of Australia is Western Australia. You may try the following Itinerary.

Darwin (on the Northern Auslralia Coast traveling down through Halls Creek, Fitzroy Crossing,Broone, North Hetland, Exmouth, Monkey Mia, to Geraldton to Paerth on the South coast of Western Australia. (Manhattan Travel Australia & New Zealand)

(Manhattan World Traveler, Manhattan Professional, NYC World Traveler, NYC Profesisonal)