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Photo Journal: Lebanon

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Is Lebanon in Africa? Is Lebanon an Arab country? How wide is Lebanon? Is Lebanon a desert? Really? Those are the most asked questions about Lebanon? What you should be asking is how beautiful and…

Angkor Wat Marathon Cambodia

Running the Angkor Wat Marathon

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Combining our passion for travel and sports is always our goal. So when an invite was available for the Angkor Wat Half Marathon in Cambodia, we booked our tickets and headed there for a cool weekend…

Best Places to Run in Dubai

Best Places to Run in Dubai

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We know that summer is coming around again soon and there seems to be that mad scramble with everyone trying to get back into their “Summer Body.” We also have this exact same problem so…

Camping in Jebel Shams, Oman

Camping in Jebel Shams, Oman

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Here is a guide to camp in Oman, based on our past trip for a 3 day long weekend in the United Arab Emirates. How many days for Camping in Jebel Shams? Ideally a long weekend of 3…

Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort

Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort

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As a traveling couple with a travel website and love taking photos, we always are on the lookout for resorts with a combination of luxury and those “Instagrammable” shot opportunities. After some really quick research, we…

Hilton Abu Dhabi

Hilton Abu Dhabi At The Corniche

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Where is Hilton Abu Dhabi Located? An hour south of Dubai is the capital of UAE, Abu Dhabi. It is also the second largest populations of expats in the country. The Hilton is located on…

RAK Zipline & Via Ferrata

Ziplining in Ras Al Khaimah

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Living in Dubai can seem not adventurous with its sky scrapers, but you can actually drive out two hours out to Ras Al Khaimah and go on many fun adventures! We woke up nice and…

Going to Uyuni Salt Flats in Bolivia by bus

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Don’t you dream of having one of those beautiful pictures on the perfect white floor and with crazy mirror reflections from the floor? That’s at the famous Uyuni Salt Flats in Bolivia Salt Flats. From the capital…

AdventureFaktory Guide to Edirne

Travelling to Edirne

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Edirne, the capital city of former Ottoman Empire, is a pleasant day trip you could make if you don’t want to only see Istanbul when travelling to Turkey. It is considered a very historic city…

World Tourism Forum 2017 in Istanbul

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The World Tourism Forum is a global organization holding tourism events in different parts of the world to further boost global tourism. It pays particular attention to the relationship between local and global tourism trends…

Travelling to Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn Travel Tips

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Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia. We love off-the-beaten-path destinations. As part of our trip to the the Northern part of Europe, we had to go Estonia for our Baltic states visit (Estonia, Latvia…

AdventureFaktory x Death Road

Riding the Death Road in Bolivia

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There is no better adrenaline rush than to bike down the 53 most dangerous Km’s of your life! Before building a much safer road, Bolivia used to claim to have the most dangerous road in…

AdventureFaktory in Bolivia at the Uyuni Salt Flats

Bolivia: A day at the Uyuni Salt Flats

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If you never have seen this location before, it’s neither you have been living under a rock or you don’t like to travel! Meet the beautiful natural beauty of Salar de Uyuni, commonly called in English,…

How to Book a Safari in Kenya

How to book a good Kenya Safari

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Heading away for an African Safari? The AdventureFaktory team has just completed it, so we have the inside knowledge for you on how to pick your tour company! 1.Choose the National Park you want to…

Sweihan Offroading

Offroading in Abu Dhabi

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Last weekend we decided to go camping, again! Our good colleague and camping buddy is leaving the country soon, so we are trying to fit the most we can until his departure. For the 3rd…

AdventureFaktory Couchsurfing in Jordan

CouchSurfing: Our Jordan experience

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As you already know, we love to travel at any chance we get. However, not being uber-rich or inheritance babies, we need to fund our own travels. So it is important that we cut down…

Spain: Running with the Bulls

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Growing up, I was constantly told what I could not and should not do. Don’t touch that, don’t leave that there, you can’t eat that. However, someone forgot to mention to me that I probably…