The Must-Visit Outlander Filming Locations

The Outlander TV series has done wonders for Scottish tourism. Blending a timeless love story with an incredibly emotive period of Scottish history, it’s no wonder so many people list Outlander as their reason for visiting.While many of the names or places in the show are entirely fictional, the filming locations are very real and a highlight of every fan’s journey to Scotland.Outlander was filmed right across Scotland, but you don’t need to trek too far off the beaten path. The locations below are all easy to access, instantly recognizable and definitely worth visiting. Key to Lallybroch Midhope Castle in Outlander aka Lallybroch Starting off with a fan favorite and the most popular Outlander location – Midhope Castle. Before this

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Vietnam to open Phu Quoc, Halong Bay, Hoi An for travel

Vietnam has started taking baby steps in reopening its borders for international travel. From November, the government will allow vaccinated travellers from selected low-risk countries to visit the resort island of Phu Quoc. December onwards, it is expected that UNESCO World Heritage Site Halong Bay, the well preserved ancient town of Hoi An, highlands town of Dalat and beach destination Nha Trang will also be opened up. From November to year-end, The Vietnamese government is looking to first open up to visitors from countries where the pandemic has been contained and have high vaccination rates. This would include China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Russia, France and Germany. Australia, USA and Canada are also being considered for the phased opening however

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The Uros Floating Islands in Lake Titicaca, Peru are uniquely man made

Straddling the border between Peru and Bolivia is the world’s highest navigable body of water: Lake Titicaca. As one of the most famous lakes in the world, I was aware of it before my trip.However, my expectations were absolutely blown out of the water (excuse the pun) with a visit to the manmade Uros floating islands. All dressed in traditional clothing. Photo by Matthew Cogan Puno to Lake Titicaca My day started in the city of Puno situated at the edge of the lake on the Peruvian side of the border. I had spent the previous day travelling there on a long bus journey from Cusco. The only plan that I had when I got to Puno was to take

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Singaporeans can enjoy Christmas & New Year in USA & Europe

The residents of Singapore have been granted a bumper Christmas gift this October. This afternoon, the government has announced the expansion to their vaccinated travel lanes, adding USA, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, and Denmark to the existing list that consists of South Korea, Germany, and Brunei. This would mean that fully vaccinated Singapore residents, from November, can enjoy a two-way quarantine free travel between Singapore and these countries. With this expansion in the two-way quarantine free travel to Singapore’s major travel markets, i.e. North America and a good proportion of Europe, the residents of Singapore can look forward to planning holidays to their favourite long haul destinations in time for Christmas and New Year holidays and perhaps even for

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7 Incredible James Bond Travel Experiences

THE WAIT IS OVER. AGENT 007 IS BACK in business. After an 18 month delay due to the pandemic, the latest Bond film, actor Daniel Craig’s fifth and final, has premiered in London, and it’s already getting rave reviews. The 25th film in the James Bond spy franchise, No Time To Die, transports us first to Jamaica, where a retired 007 is going about a normal life. He’s soon recruited back into the spy game, however, to rescue a kidnapped scientist. Bond is, without a doubt, one of the most dapper, well-traveled characters on the silver screen. And so, in homage to the jet-setting legend that is 007, we’ve rounded up the most extravagant Bond-inspired travel experiences in Asia-Pacific and

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Work and Travel Overseas With Experts

  Go World Travel is reader-supported and may earn a commission from purchases made through links in this piece. Traveling the world is just something that lives within us, a powerful urge that is desperate to get out. If you are the kind of person who gets drawn in by endless shots of international beauty on Insta or reads Lonely Planet books for fun, you know that draw, that yearning to jump on a plane and discover. Combining travel with work is the best way to truly immerse yourself in any country. This gets you on the inside track, to see how locals live, to experience their way of life, discover the secret corners and enjoy authentic traveling at its

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What to Do in Palm Springs, California

We’re bouncing across the desert in a red jeep when Mike, our guide with Desert Adventures Eco-Tours, asks about snakes. “You’re not afraid of them, are you?” he asks. “We just might see some today.” Palm Springs Red Jeep Tours. Photo by Janna Graber San Andreas Fault in the California Desert “No,” I reply without conviction, keeping my eyes on the dusty dirt roads ahead. We’re on Metate Ranch, an 800-acre private preserve in the California Desert near Palm Springs, California. We’re headed to see the San Andreas Fault. There is no one else in sight, and all I hear is the crunch of our tires. The earth is so dry that the dirt and rock formations look almost white,

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