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13 Ways Social Media Can Help You Travel

Planning Your Itinerary

It’s not an exaggeration to say that social media has fundamentally changed our relationships with each other and how we research, plan and purchase things, and perhaps no industry has been more dramatically influenced and shaped by social media as much...Read more

The World’s Most Insanely Dangerous Hike

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To say that climbing Mount Huashan in China is not for the faint-hearted doesn’t do it any sort of justice. Located about 120 kms from Xi’an in Shaanxi province, the path was first created in the 2nd century BC by Daoist monks, and was a major religio...Read more

11 Great Reasons to Go to Hong Kong Now

Hong Kong

Ever wondered what makes Hong Kong a fine travel destination? Although this Southeast Asian city may be one of the most crowded in the world, it may actually be worth your time and money to visit Hong Kong. Read along and discover some of the city’s...Read more

10 Reasons why Cancun is America’s Most Popular Vacation Destination

Cancun

One of America’s most preferred vacation destinations is Cancun – and there are several reasons why. Whether you are in the mood for a luxury travel adventure or a simple vacation for your spring break, then Cancun is just the right place to b...Read more

10 Must-See Places to Visit in Kuala Lumpur

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Kuala Lumpur is known by many as the green capital of Asia as it only in this city where you can find monkeys scampering near skyscrapers, or find boa constrictors occasionally slithering across the streets. The city offers a wide range landscapes and fre...Read more

10 Fascinating Sites to See in Berlin

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For a number of years, the world stood by to discover more about the lovely city that was once divided by a massive wall, which most people thought would never be torn down. At present, so much has changed in Berlin and it is now known as a youthful and v...Read more

10 Fascinating Must-See Attractions in San Francisco

Golden Gate Bridge

Although most people assume that San Francisco is a vast city, it is quite small, geographically. Covering only 49 square miles, you will be amazed by the fact that there are tons of things to see and do in this small city in the United States. So, if wha...Read more

10 Awe-Inspiring Places to Check Out in Rio de Janeiro

Sugar Loaf Mountain

Thinking of the best places to visit in Rio de Janeiro to make your trip worthwhile? Rio is Brazil’s second largest city and it is situated on the Southern Coast of the Atlantic. This thriving and vibrant city is famous all over the world for its re...Read more

35 Do’s and Don’ts of Flying

Don’t make jokes about blowing up the airport, even (especially!) on Twitter (link) Stock up with a good book and some magazines Work out your transport at the other end beforehand. Waiting in line for cabs can be brutal. Don’t over pack, unless you w...Read more

First Post – Welcome!

We’re very pleased to have officially launched the Green Path Transfers blog. We will be blogging about all things travel, especially eco-friendly transportation, plus lots of local destination information. We also expect to have some of our favouri...Read more