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30 Countries Before Turning 1

30 Countries Before Turning 1 | The Early Air Way

Rae Weber is by far the most traveled person for her age, at just 11 months old and already she has traveled to 26 countries. Her parents, Erica and Chris, have taken her on their journey and expect to visit four more countries in the next month rounding out Rae’s record to 30 countries in her first year.

“It’s just the most amazing experience to be traveling with her. And she’s loving it! Who knows what she’s really thinking, she’s probably like ‘My parents are crazy!’ But who knows how much she’ll absorb.”

Reportedly Rae is enjoying the attention she gets on her family’s trips. Many other travelers are astonished that the couple would continue their globe trotting with such a young child in tow. While it isn’t all easy, she is very accustomed to planes as she has been on more than 40 already, and she deals with exotic foods quite well.

The family expects to continue travelling indefinitely with the hopes of proving all those doubting their drive to see the world with kids.


Click here for the full article by Talia Lakritz.

Travel Tips

Your Vacations Reveal Your Personality

Was your last holiday trip full of surf, sand, and sun? Did you pack a jacket and long underwear? A study has claimed that your choice of mountain getaway versus beach blast describes your personality, this is called “person-environment fit.”


The beach is for extroverts who parade around and enjoy the social atmosphere. Interactions abound here and everyone is on display, these environments suit extroverts well and even rejuvenate them.


Introverts are drawn to the mountains where seclusion is in no short supply, the quieter the better. By isolating themselves introverts melt away the stress, returning to civilization at 100%.


The study’s results held no significance, gender, age, and race showed no correlation to where a vacation was located. The researchers even went further to see if the locations called to the people respectively.

When monitoring people in open areas compared to people in quiet, leafy retreats, what they instead found was that, although there were minimal changes in the levels of extroversion or introversion, the extroverts were found to have high levels of happiness in the open spaces and the introverts had high levels of happiness after being in the quieter spaces


Click here for the full article on Lifehack.


A Trip to Barcelona for Romance

Barcelona is a wonder for a romantic getaway with your loved one. It partners culture, exquisite dining, and landscapes to wrap you in bliss. Some of the top hotspots in Barcelona span the entire day.

  • Brunch at Flax & Kale: delicious and hearty homemade pastries and breakfast bowls make the best brunch available.
  • Sensual wine tours: because the area is perfect for wine making, Barcelona is well stalked for wining and dining your beloved.
  • Aire de Barcelona: luxury and relaxation meld into one beautiful experience away in its own sanctuary.


Click here for the full article by Sandra Roig.


Luxurious Safari in Tanzania

Looking for a unique and exciting place to travel? Experience the amazing wild life on a safari in Tanzania. You can experience Tanzania’s national parks, and enjoy the experience of staying in a secluded bungalow that is tucked away in gardens. You can experience a cheetah sanctuary, with out all the extra tourists around. You will have a more intimate experience with the animals than you would on other wildlife tours.


New Villa Opens on Lake Como

Hotel Villa d’Este has opened its third private villa on Lake Como, this one named Villa Garrovo. It has wonderful views of the garden and the lake, and is placed on the hotel’s parkland.

The villa is perfect for families or groups with its six bedrooms, full gym, and relaxation rooms. Past occupants have been royalty, Hollywood stars, writers, and musicians. The compound was built in 1833, but has since been refurbished in 2015.


Click here to read the full article on Luxury Travel Advisor.


Jet to Alpina Gstaad for Heli-Skiing Safari and Fondue

The Alps are in full ski season now, and resorts like the luxurious Alpina Gstaad are providing more impressive offers. The Ski Safari is one of these premium packages for guests.

Ski Safari has visits to three premium Swiss ski resorts via private helicopter with lift tickets included for all three resorts.

Glacier Adventures add a picnic to a hike in the natural surroundings, and Husky sleigh rides are wonderful for the kids. And at night when the adventuring spirit dwindles, Alpina Gstaad has a cigar lounge, bar, and the wonderful Sixth Sense Spa.

Click here to read the full article on Luxury Travel Advisor.

Aircraft Destinations Industry & News

Private Jet Destinations of Winter 2016


As winter hits harder, travelers look to other places to either escape the snow and cold or to embrace it, depending on their hometown’s climate.

Colorado seems to be a very popular destination, with three of the top flight routes ending in either Aspen or Vail.

Los Angeles and New York are no surprises at being the more common outbound locations, with many private jets being chartered from those areas. But Mexico makes an appearance as the destination from Los Angeles, not that far of a flight or difference in temperature.

New York to Palm Beach Florida seems to be the most popular route expected in winter 2016.

Click here to read the full article by Talia Avakian on Business Insider.


Villas With Private Sea Access

Having your own yacht to use on your vacations available just down the dock is a great feeling, and at these villas you can do just that.

Capospativento in Sardinia has 360-degree views with fabulous interior design with an infinity pool to feel like you are swimming in the sea right outside your door.

Villa Residence in Parrot Cay is a private island of the Turks and Caicos and every part of your stay here is idyllic Caribbean beach retreat. It exquisitely combines privacy and splendid views of the blue Caribbean Sea.

Villa Del Mar in Marbella is a typical mansion in Andalusia, and has access to the Marbella Club Hotel, Golf resort and Spa. It is located in the Golden Mile of the Mediterranean Sea and has direct private beachfront access.

FOr a touch of modern ocean-side luxury, the Villa Domina in Corfu immerses you in nature with all the amenities available, with gorgeous blue ocean views. The infinity pool overlooks the Bay of Ipsos, and the villa is great for multiple families to vacation together.

Click here to read the full article by Paolo Macchiaroli on Luxury Travel Blog.


Ultimate Mauritius Hotel Makeover

Recently reopened, the Shangri-La Le Touessrok is a brand new experience after an enormous makeover to reinvent the luxury hotel. The architecture has been re-figured to include an Asian flair, modern furniture was added for a chic island atmosphere, andart exhibits  incorporated more essence of Mauritius history from food to nature.

Shangri-La’s transformation of Le Touessrok has been driven by a desire to offer less predictable, more authentic island experiences – ranging from exposure to the contemporary arts and music scene, largely hidden from tourist view, to a dodo museum and the rewilding of neglected Ilot Bourgo, with 140 endemic plants. There’s even a stargazing observatory in the pipeline.

For the more active travelers, there are 34 acres of beachfront, 18 holes of golf, and two private islands for relaxation. Further services are available like spa service and massage.

Click here to read the full article by Nicki Grihault on Luxury Travel Advisor.

Travel Tips

Must Visit Destinations for 2016

It’s a new year and you’re probably already looking for a new adventure, maybe for  spring break, summer, or a winter get-a-way. Here are 16 destinations that are poised to be the top places to travel to in 2016.

  1. Iran
  2. Costa Rica
  3. Washington D.C.
  4. Ireland
  5. Cuba
  6. Nepal
  7. Shanghai
  8. Mozambique
  9. St. Vincent and The Grenadines
  10. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  11. Somerset
  12. Rio de Janeiro
  13. Kazakhstan
  14. Argentine
  15. San Sebastian
  16. Great Barrier Reef

Click here to read the full article on National Geographic Traveller.

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