The Radar: Travel Lately

22 Mar

Selime Cathedral, a rock-cut church in Cappadocia, Turkey. (Photograph by Zhiqun Fei, My Shot)

The Radar – the best of the travel blogosphere – is a regular feature on Intelligent Travel every Wednesday.

Here’s this week’s:

  • Turkey links the East and the West — and its landscapes are just as unique. Read on as one blogger finds subterranean surprises in the smack-dab center of this cultural olio. @YoungAdventures
  • Modern travelers may take to the air to see the globe, but some of the world’s wonders are still best seen by way of water. From Idaho rapids to a remote corner of Fiji, here are 21 places to get your feet wet. @MatadorNetwork
  • Vilnius may be Lithuania’s capital and largest city, but Kaunas has its own contributions to make. Find out what makes this Baltic city tick (and don’t forget your umbrella!). @EuropeUpClose
  • What do you get when you pair an iconic car with the Mexican backcountry? The Traveling Beetle – a series of all-inclusive road trips that one traveler calls “a vintage dream.” @Butterflydiary
  • The elephant may be Thailand’s national animal, but that doesn’t mean they’re treated with universal respect. Pay homage to the mammoth mammals at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai@WanderlandAlex

 

The Radar: Travel Lately Alex in Wanderland , Butterfly Diary , Cappadocia , Chiang Mai , Europe Up Close , Kaunas , Lithuania , Matador Network , Mexico , ngtradar , thailand , The Radar , The Traveling Beetle , turkey , Young Adventures

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