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  • Arusha
  • Dubbed the Gateway to the Northern Safari Circuit, Arusha is a Northeast Tanzanian city in East Africa, proudly rooted in all its lush glory on the slopes of Africa’s fifth highest mountain. Arusha’s crowning glory is its proximity to world-renown national parks and games reserves.
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Transportation: While it is likely that you will hop in a safari jeep at some point during your trip to Arusha, travelers generally arr ...see more
Weather: Although Arusha is located in close proximity to the equator, its elevation on the southern slopes of Mount Meru contri ...see more
Food: From 0.40 cent street fare to US$15 main courses at high-end hotels, Arusha has an array of dining options and menu opt ...see more
Culture: Safaris through the Arusha National Park may consume the itinerary of most travelers to this corner of Tanzania’s ...see more
  • Aswan
  • Not as big as Cairo or Luxor but certainly more relaxed, Aswan is an historic Egyptian city located along the Nile. Palm-fringed islands dot the shores between the city and the West Bank while white-sailed feluccas peacefully cruise the crystal waters.
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Transportation: By water, air or land – on two, three or four wheels; take your pick from the various transportation options in A ...see more
Weather: Scorching hot temperatures and no yearly rainfall make Aswan the hottest and driest inhabited city in Egypt.
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Food: In true Egyptian fashion, Aswan’s cuisine consists largely of legumes and vegetables produced in the Nile Valley ...see more
Culture: Floating along the Nile in a traditional felucca might be all you need to complete your trip to Egypt’s hottest c ...see more
  • Athens
  • Once the most powerful city-state of the neo-classical era, Athens is the political and cultural center of modern Greece. The birthplace of western philosophy and culture, Athens’ long and storied history is most evident in the Acropolis – the iconic symbol of of ancient Greek civilization.
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Transportation: Athens is a major transportation hub for the Mediterranean with a newly-built modern airport. Once there, getting aroun ...see more
Weather: Athens typically enjoys mild, rainy winters and moderately warm summers. Watch out for the occasional August heat wave ...see more
Food: Indulge in savory souvlaki, tangy tzatziki, succulent spanakopita and magnificent moussa ...see more
Culture: Open-air theaters, month-long art and performance festivals, museums with everything from ancient Greek artifacts and c ...see more
  • Bangkok
  • The city is Thailand's financial, social, and economic capital. Tourism is a major economic driver as Bangkok one of the top 3 most visited cities in the world. The city has a distinct and rich culture, great shopping, delicious food, and excellent nightlife; attracting visitors worldwide.
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Bangkok has an array of transportation options: buses, taxis, rapid trains,  and international airport.

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Weather: Bangkok experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The rainy season lasts from May through October, and the dry season ...see more
Food: Thai cuisine consists of five fundamental tastes: sweet, spicy, sour, bitter and salty.  Key ingredients are: ...see more
Culture: This world city has many Western influences as a result of the growing middle class and mass consumption.  Many tr ...see more
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