Are you tired of the daily grind? Worse than that, are you tired of your partner? Don’t want to walk through the door because you know you’re in for another fight? Feel guilty every time you catch yourself rolling your eyes at something they said?

Well, rest assured that you’re not the only one. Couples experience problems all the time. From newbies to those who have been together for decades, relationship troubles are certainly not new to the world.

Whether you intend to stay or go, you may want to consider giving it one last shot before making your final decision. No matter what you’re going through, there’s no denying that you once loved your partner with all you heart. Isn’t that reason enough to save the relationship? If so, you should consider rekindling the romance, and a great way to do so is to head off on a romantic adventure together. There’s no harm in trying to save what you’ve built together, and even if the trip is fruitless, at least you can say you tried.




Sometimes, all it takes is a little getaway to fix what’s broken. Take a vacation at these romantic vacation spots, and fall in love all over again.

1. Maldives. It’s hard not to feel love for the person you’re with when you’re surrounded by absolute beauty. The Maldives is one of the most pristinely perfect places in the world, and no matter which atoll you end up on, you can rest assured that it will be paradise on earth. From all-in resorts like Club Med to exclusive private islands, take your pick from the myriad luxurious and romantic options available to you.

2. Namib Desert, Namibia. Imagine ever-changing sand dunes as far as the eye can see. Minuscule grains of sand are being blown around by the wind, their tiny surfaces reflecting the sun’s brilliant rays billions at a time, shifting and changing the landscape with every blink of the eye. As you trudge over yet another dune, you suddenly see the Atlantic Ocean in front of you in all its cold, choppy, and harsh glory.

The Namib Desert stretches all the way to the ocean, and those who are unprepared will think that they just stepped into a surrealist painting. It is a place that’s unreal, untouched, and unfettered by conventional tourism and perfect if you want to fix your broken relationship. The harsh landscape will put things into perspective, especially if you’re able to see how raw and beautiful nature is.

3. Big Island, Hawaii. Hawaii is renowned for its rich culture, beautiful heritage, amazing landscape, and perfect beaches. There’s no better place to douse yourself in love and lust than on the Big Island, the largest of Hawaii’s eight islands.

The Big Island boasts everything from black sand beaches to a live volcano, and will be the perfect place to rekindle your love if your relationship is on the rocks. You can opt for absolute privacy and stay barricaded at one of the many luxury resorts or opt for an adventure getaway and indulge in hiking, camping, kayaking, and so on.

4. Chamonix, France. They say that Paris is the most romantic city in France, but there’s no denying that Chamonix in the French Alps offers unparalleled romance. The magnificent mountains will be sure to take your breath away, and there’s no denying that indulging in fine wine, cheeses, and strolling through the adorable town will make you fall in love with each other again.

Whether you want to take it easy and breathe in the crisp mountain air from your chalet or get closer to the sun by skiing thousands of meters above sea level, Chamonix will be sure to revive your love life in ways that you never imagined.

5. Seychelles. There’s a reason why Britain’s Prince William and Princess Kate selected the Seychelles as their honeymoon destination. Diverse coral reefs, pristine beaches, dense forests, amazing seafood, rare wildlife, and myriad ultra-luxurious resorts call this African archipelago home.

There’s certainly no reason why you can’t rekindle the romance here. Known as one of the most beautiful places on earth, the Seychelles offers everything from utter relaxation to nonstop adventure, so depending on what kind of holiday you want, you’ll get it.


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Zimbabwe is a stunning African country, with lush national parks, stunning rivers and waterfalls, diverse wildlife and so much more. There are a million things you can do in Zimbabwe, but we’re only going to take a look at 5 of them. If you’re planning a trip to this African country and you don’t know where to start, here are BookAllSafaris.com’s recommendations on things to do in Zimbabwe.


Hwange National Park

Zimbabwe travel is synonymous to African safaris! It’s one of the best safari destinations in Africa and Hwange National Park is the gold standard of African national parks and it’s also the largest natural reserve in Zimbabwe. Founded in 1928, Hwange National Park is home to a whopping 400 bird and 100 mammal species, including eight large carnivores and 19 large herbivores. If you want a traditional African safari experience, Hwange will offer you just that! Cecil the lion used to live there, until it was lured outside of the park and was killed by an American hunter.

Victoria Falls National Park

CNN included Victoria Falls on their list of Seven Natural Wonders of the world. Located between Zambia and Zimbabwe, at its center, Victoria Falls measures 355 ft (108 m) in height and has an average flow rate of 38,430 cu ft/s (1088 m3/s). It is an impressive and stunning waterfall, a simply must-see travel destination, one of the greatest curtains of falling water in the world. Why not throw a safari in the mix and do both? With this safari and Victoria Falls adventure, you get the best of both experiences!

Kuimba Shiri Bird Sanctuary

A mere 20-minute drive from Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, you will find the Kuimba Shiri Bird Sanctuary. Located on the shore of the Chivero lake, the sanctuary houses over 460 bird species. The Kuima Shiri Bird Sanctuary was founded 20 years ago, by Gary Stafford and it helps injured, sick or abandoned birds from all over the country. Tourists are encouraged to interact with the birds through daily bird flying activities, and bird shows where tourists can witness the awesome birds of prey hunting fish from the lake. The sanctuary is a lovely, tranquil place that is also suited for families with children, as it has pony rides and various other children activities.

Wild and Life Trust and ZEN

Located in Harare, Wild and Life Trust, or WILT, is an Animal Sanctuary that takes care of rescued wildlife, the injured, the orphaned and even some protected and endangered species. As a visitor, you get to engage with animals with which otherwise wouldn’t even have the chance to. There’s one thing to see a giraffe on a safari, and another thing to be able to get close to it and pet it. According to their website, booking is essential and while the tickets are quite pricey (one ticket for an adult is $95, for teens 12 to 16 years, $80, and children under 12 years need to pay $50), the 266 excellent reviews on TripAdvisor guarantee you will have the time of your life at WILT.

Avondale Flea Market

If you’ve had enough of trekking through national parks or you feel as you have seen your fair share of wild animals, we recommend you take a spin through the Avondale Flea Market in Harare. It’s a big flea market, where you can find pretty much anything, from electronics, to souvenirs, clothes and jewelry. If you’ve never been to a flea market, the whole haggling concept might throw you off your groove, but worry not, you’ll get the hang of it quickly! You can find cheap souvenirs, artwork and whatever else you want, but we do suggest you bring a guide or a local with you if you’ve never been to a flea market. Happy shopping!


Vacation for less……Finding cheap places to travel in 2017 is easier than you thought. You want to take a vacation but yet feel like you don’t have enough funds to make it happen, don’t worry; you don’t have to starve the travel bug entirely. You have many options than you think as well as multitude ways to save money on an amazing trip; you could go on a group vacation with friends or family and also, procuring affordable accommodations such as hostels that can save you lots of money. All you have to do is choose your destinations wisely and plan your trip well in advance….. The following are all wonderful ideas to vacation for less and also save some cash.

Greece! Not only is this country one of the most beautiful and exotic places in the world but also cheap. It’s been recently tough on Greece’s economy but don’t be put off by this, if anything all, the current financial situation is the more reason to travel there to support the locals. This also means that currently, prices are cheaper than usual. Be sure to check out the historical sites, the major museums, the beautiful beaches and don’t forget to visit the country’s capital, Athens while you are there.



Jamaica! Think again if you think you can’t afford to travel to this exotic island. Jamaica is known for its beautiful beaches, turquoise waters. Nothing is comparable to relaxing on the white sugar like sand under the hot Jamaican sun with a chilled drink in hand. But of course there is more to this island than just exotic beaches, there are some pretty beautiful and affordable hotels, great food (oh don’t miss out on some spicy jerk chicken). There are also the lush green mountains you can take a ride through. If you have a family you should check out Holiday Inn all-inclusive Resort in Montego Bay.


Egypt! Home of the ancient Pharaohs, vast stretch of desert and it numerous mind-blowing ancient sites; you would think that traveling there will cost you a lot more than it actually does. This country is an astounding destination of temples and tombs that marvels all who visit. There is something for everyone there, the beach lovers and those looking for a sun kissed body (tan) heads to the Sinai to soak up the sun, also there is something for the fans of archaeology in Luxor, all these tempered with cheap but excellent food and decent budget accommodation, it is not difficult at all to feel like you are almost living the lifestyle of a pharaoh. Hey before I forget be sure to see the famous Nile River. You definitely will want to try the dish, ful medames. However, check the latest advice before you go as some governments due to safety concerns advice against travel to all parts of the country.


Kenya! I like to think no other place on the planet gives such an aura of romance and adventure as this country does. If it’s your first time visiting, the complete variety of things to do is impressive. In a single trip to Kenya, you can visit tropical forests, beautiful beaches, and deserts, climb mountains and explore the wild. It is possible to plan a safari that combines adventure, relaxation and natural simplicity. And of course in Kenya wildlife is top on the list. Come eye-to-eye with an elephant in Amboseli National Reserve, or be in awe at Lake Nakuru flecked with thousands of flamingoes. The Malindi Marine National Park has fine beaches for the beach lovers, clear water and very colorful fishes. There, you can surf, snorkel and other water sports. HAKUNA MATATA.


BELIZE! This small, sub-tropical country is simply divine! And is becoming the real deal due to its beautiful natural environment and affordability…..if you love outdoors, water and beaches then this place is absolutely for you. During summer the Caribbean waters are very warm and thus it’s the best time to enjoy some of Belize’s popular recreational activities such as fishing, swimming, diving and snorkeling. Belize has very lovely seascapes and so you could explore it coastline which is well over 300 kilometers.

SOUTH AFRICA! There are many compelling reasons to travel to this superb destination rich in culture and history. South Africa is blessed with magnificent scenery, natural landscapes, Beautiful weather, and incredible locations. There you will Experience cultural interactions that are real and inspiring, spend a day in a Zulu village or a city township; and you will find that South Africans are real friendly. When it comes to music, you can feel the energy of the cities. South Africa is also known for producing some impeccable wines. Don’t miss out on wine tasting, I say you can almost taste your way around South Africa. The safari adventures, great foods, music, magnificent scenery will indulge your senses.

So are you ready for some ‘chillaxation’ on some exotic island, try new foods, meet and make new friends, experience different cultures and music? Then you my friend should start packing your bags for some fantastic experience! Travel to these amazing and yet affordable destinations that won’t break your bank.