Slow Travel Experiences

Slow Travel - The art of traveling slowly

We hear the question “What is Slow Travel?” Again and again on our travels. One returns to the “Grand Tour”, to journeys made for the sake of discovery. Travel for the sake of traveling - not because of the arrival. Traveling slowly is in. We also want to experience our travel destinations.

Boat trip Stockholm - Experience Sweden's capital from the boat

Find out here how a prince helped us to take a boat tour through Stockholm. Without Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden we would never have done this Stockholm boat tour. So the prince couple encouraged us to take our boat tour through Stockholm.

Whales are watching in front of Newfoundland

Whale watching is a top attraction in St. John's, Newfoundland. This whale watching tour begins in St. John Harbor and heads into the waters off Cape Spear. The whales feed on krill in the waters off Newfoundland in July.

Houseboat tips for beginners

We spent three days as beginners with the houseboat on the Mayenne. The Mayenne is a river in the Pays de la Loire not far from the border with Normandy and Brittany and flows into the Loire at Angers. It is one of the rivers in France that beginners can navigate without a boat license. What should you know beforehand?

Twillingate Newfoundland - At the wild coast

There are places where you feel like you are in another world. You can enjoy nature here. The coast off Twillingate Newfoundland is one of them. Where people hardly have anything to say. Where nature takes over. Where the elements determine what happens.

Seaplane flight over the 30000 islands of Georgian Bay, Ontario

With the seaplane over the 30000 islands in Ontario © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline In September 2010 I get to know Georgian Bay at the eastern end of Lake Huron for the first time. The only place I knew in this region of Canada until then was Wasaga Beach with its miles of sandy beach. From Georgian Bay [...]

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