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Kimpton Muse Hotel: Amazing Stay in New York City

With thousands of hotels in New York City, finding a place to stay can be daunting. Luckily, we think we’ve found the perfect hotel for anyone’s first trip to NYC. The Kimpton Muse Hotel is where value meets luxury, and you can’t beat its convenient location. Read our full review on what makes this one of the best places to stay in New York City.

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San Blas Adventures: Best Boat Trip Panama to Colombia

The best way to travel from Panama to Colombia is through the San Blas Islands. Spend 4 days on this stunning paradise with new friends and a cocktail in hand! We’re sharing everything you need to know about booking your own trip with San Blas Adventures; from what to pack, how much money to budget, and what the experience is really like. Start planning your adventure today!

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Rancho Mastatal Sustainable Eco Lodge in Costa Rica

Tucked away in the mountains of central Costa Rica, Rancho Mastatal is a sustainable education center and lodge. Whether you want to explore a hidden waterfall, unplug in an hammock or learn about permaculture and natural building, this off-the-beaten path destination has so much to offer.

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How to Plan an Iceland Camping Adventure

Traveling in Iceland an adventure in itself, but camping is an experience you'll never forget. Iceland Camping Equipment is your go-to place for any rental gear you could want! Come with us as we help you start planning your very own Iceland camping adventure!

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Adventurous Foodie Tour: Exploring the Croatian Countryside with Secret Dalmatia

If you love food and nature as much as we do, you'll want to hear about the cooking class we took in Croatia. Let's just say that our go-to camping meals stand no chance against what we cooked up in the Croatian countryside! 

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Banaue Rice Terraces: How to Get There and What to Do

When we visited the Philippines, we had a long wish list of places to see and not nearly enough time. The rice terraces in Banaue were the last to be cut because we desperately wanted to see them, but it just seemed too difficult and confusing to get there. Our friend Noam is here to share his tips so you know exactly how to get to Banaue and what to do once you're there!

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Sleeping in a Cave: Kelebek Special Cave Hotel

There really is no other place like the town of Göreme, famous for its “fairy chimney” rock formations. These tall and thin spires of rock that were once homes to people living in this region now attract visitors from all around the world, many of which are looking to stay in a “cave hotel”. Choosing the perfect cave hotel for your visit may seem overwhelming, but we did our research and found one hotel that outshines the rest.

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Cappadocia Hot Air Balloon Ride with Turkiye Balloons

Taking a hot air balloon ride has been on our list for years. Come with us as we float over the dream-like landscape of Cappadocia. You might be planning a trip to Turkey after reading our story and seeing these pictures!

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Best Cooking Class in Istanbul: Cookistan

Turkish cuisine is more than just kebabs! The cooking course we took in Istanbul was one of the best we've taken anywhere in the world. Find out why! Caution: pictures and descriptions may cause drooling.

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Mad Monkey: Hostels with a Purpose

With 4 properties in the country, Mad Monkey is a socially responsible company that prides itself on fair employment policies and supporting local projects that are bettering Cambodia. Find out how they are setting the standard for hostels in this beautiful country. 

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Where to Stay on Koh Rong Samloem: Private Island Hostel

With white sand beaches, warm turquoise waters, reasonable prices, and far fewer tourists than nearby beach destinations like Thailand and Bali, Koh Rong Samloem island may just be the piece of paradise you’re looking for! Oh, yeah, did I mention it's on a private beach! Mad Monkey Koh Rong Samloem is the place to stay, you won't regret it. 

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Where to Stay in Kampot Cambodia: Stylish Hostel & Inspiring Education Project

One of the primary reasons we chose to stay at the Mad Monkey Hostels throughout our 3 weeks in Cambodia is their dedication to bettering the local communities. The location in Kampot supports an education project that will change the lives of countless youth in an area of need.

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Where to Stay in Siem Reap: Boutique Hotel & Clean Water Project

For many of us in the Western world, having access to clean water is a privilege we take for granted. But for some families living in Cambodia, it's just not the same. Find out how Mad Monkey's sister hotel, Naga Angkor Guesthouse, in Siem Reap is helping families get access to clean drinking water. 

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