the world's smartest travel social network
Too many emails? We hear ya - so unclog your inbox with DAILY EMAIL DIGESTS for all your Tripatini activity. Here's how.
GET NOTICED ON OUR HOME PAGE by posting your notice/news on our Bulletin Board!
BOOK YOUR TRIP on Tripatini! It's easy, it's convenient, and it's a great way to show us your love. When making reservations for your next trip, please check out our fab flights, hotels, & hostels booking engines, covering the entire planet.
Going Local: Experiences and Encounters on the Road, by Tripatini member Nicholas Kontis
5 USA Destinations That Are Perfect for Fall
For many families, summer might not be the best time to take a long vacation. Many people either need to wait until the season is over, or they prefer to go on vacation in the fall when it’s a little cooler outside. This also means crowds die down quite a bit after the peak season of summer passes, and prices can drop exponentially as well. So for those who love a long fall holiday, check out these 4 vacation spots that are perfect for the season! read post
7 Top Destinations to See the Legendary Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights)
Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, are among the most breathtaking sights one can ever experience. The mixture of unearthly colors display including magenta, emerald green and turquoise is so worth watching. You would be lucky enough if you get to see pink, red and purple also.
It isn't at all easy to spot the Northern Lights, however the best time to see them is from late September to late March. During these months, the nights are longest and skies are darkest. Seeing the aurora in full moon days is quite impossible as the sky is bright around new or full moon.
Some places in the world are better than others to see the Northern Lights when it comes to visibility and accessibility. So if you're thinking ahead to fall/winter travel, give a thought to these seven best places to see the aurora borealis. read post
Posted by Hruday Chand on November 5, 2018 at 4:00pm
Posted by Cynthia Madison on November 4, 2018 at 6:30am