Group coach travel, it’s for millennials too!

September 21, 2018

Stephanie Hitchins is a 32-year-old commercial insurance underwriter from Chicago, Illinois, who recently came along on our South African launch tour. She had previously joined us on our Irish Explorer and 14-day Europe tours, so this was the third time Stephanie found herself exploring from an Expat Explore coach seat. However, like most Millennial travelers, […]

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Overview of seasons and weather in Europe, USA, Africa and beyond

by on September 14, 2018

Ready for your next adventure, but not quite sure when to travel where? We’ve got you covered. There is a great, big world out there just waiting to be explored, and all sorts of climates that go along with it. Furthermore – you can experience wholly different climates within one country at the same time […]

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As a solo traveler I never feel alone; I’m part of the Expat Explore family

September 7, 2018

William Seidenstein has travelled with Expat Explore seven times and plans on increasing that number by much more! He shared his story with us (from his time serving in the navy, to becoming an avid traveler), and revealed why traveling solo is the way to go for him. I am a born and bred New […]

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Visiting the Caucasus beauties: Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia

August 31, 2018

Located on the border of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, lies Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia. These countries are nestled in the Caucasus region and promise travellers the opportunity to explore unique architecture, mesmerising history and traditions that go as far back as the 900AD! If you’re looking to travel beyond the usual European classics of […]

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Expat Explore travel: Escape, explore – all within my budget

by on August 21, 2018

Jamie Gearside considers travel the best way to escape from the mundane and stresses of everyday life. This 40-year old Return-to-Work Specialist from Newcastle, Australia joined Expat Explore on a tour to Eastern USA and Canada. “Travelling helps me clear my head, all my troubles disappear and become insignificant when there is a new place […]

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Budapest Thermal Bath & Spa Guide

August 13, 2018

Budapest has its fair share of commonplace attractions. Castles, museums, gardens, modern shopping complexes – you name it. However, it is perhaps best known for its incredible baths. In fact, it’s actually called the City of Spas due to the large amount of natural spring water systems that run beneath its surface. If there’s one […]

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