Booking a Last-Minute Flight

Whether you’re visiting a sick relative, helping out a cross-border friend in dire need, or have another emergency, the hassle of booking a last-minute flight is the last thing you need when dealing with arranging emergency air travel.

With many airlines becoming Low-Cost Carriers (LCCs), it might not be easy to find an available and reasonably priced seat at the eleventh hour.

However, if you’re eyeing a flight within a two-hour window, you should head straight to the airport, ASAP. Read more

Exciting Things to Do In Cabo San Lucas

If you’re planning a trip to Cabo San Lucas, then get ready to bask under the warm sun and explore the sandy beaches of the resort city.

Want to enjoy an exciting and adventure-packed trip? Get inspiration from these fun activities and rejoice with family and friends.

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Top Tourist Attractions in Dallas This Winter

The southern state of Texas experiences sunny and hot climate in the Southeast regions and mild winters in the Western regions.Dallas is the fourth largest city in the US and is one of the most populous metropolitan areas of Texas. Read more

Flying Business Class for Cheap: What You Need to Know

You might think that it doesn’t matter where you sit on a plane, as long as you reach your destination safely. Well actually, there’s more to the picture than that. There are a number of added benefits like scratched linen, fine wine, and shine crockery that you miss out on with an economy ticket. Read more

A Hiker’s Guide To Hiking After Dark

If you thought day hikes were challenging, then you’re in for a big surprise when you hike after dark for the first time.

Hiking in the night is a completely different experience. All the landmarks that are so easy to spot during the day are hidden in the darkness of the night. In the midst of the darkness, you’re playing a bit of a guessing game which can be intriguing for some but terrifying for others!

Also, a bunch of animals come out to play after the sun sets.

There’s an added thrill to hiking in the dark that isn’t there during the day. If you’re going out to hike in the dark, here’s what you need to keep in mind:

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How to Hike the Grand Canyon

In the USA, there isn’t a hiking destination that is any more famous and cherished than the Grand Canyon. Aside from the sheer size of the Grand Canyon, it’s home to incredibly challenging hiking trails that offer breathtaking views of natural beauty.

The canyon draws around 6 million visitors annually and while many of them are content with spending time in the lodges located on the rim, outdoor aficionados take the more adventurous route and head down into the depths of the canyon. They take on the tall task of exploring the canyon from within!

Hiking through the Grand Canyon isn’t for the weak, but if you have the strength and stamina, you should be able to walk through at least the short trails of the canyon.

Here are some important tips you need to keep in mind when hiking the largest canyon in the world!

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Travel Smart: 4 Signs You Should Book A Taxi Service In TX

Travelling in urban centers has never been as hard as it is now with an increasing number of people purchasing cars and hitting the road with yet another vehicle that adds to the haunting traffic jams.  Read more

The World’s Best Destinations for Travel Photography

The world is replete with beauty and grandeur, enough to keep the aesthetic mind satiated for a lifetime. From snowy mountains to colorful skies, and roaring oceans to bustling cities, every travel photographer is sure to find something to pour their soul into and come out with a photograph resembling a magical utopia.

However, some locations have been found to be photography havens by travel bloggers all around. These locations offer some of the most scenic views and once-in-a-lifetime photography opportunities for travelers, so make sure to check them out at least once! You’re sure to emerge from the experience with dozens of photographs rivaling the best the photography masters have ever come out with!



A fan favorite for years, Iceland is a land of surreal beauty, offering hundreds of photo opportunities to travelers. The land of fire and ice, Iceland consists of a world of otherworldly beauty, including glaciers, volcanoes, geysers, waterfalls and the spectacular Northern Lights. A dramatic and vibrant destination, Iceland should be a must-visit on any serious photographer’s list looking for amazing landscape photography tours!

Istanbul, Turkey


The land of historical relics and cultural heritage from a bygone era, Istanbul is a haven for any history buff. Replete with remnants of the Ottoman era, the city is home to some of the most majestic architectural specimens in the form of the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and the Hagia Sophia from the Byzantine Empire.



Norway is a land with relatively few people as compared to its landmass. This makes for some scenic opportunities in areas that have been completely untouched by man. Glaciers, mountains fjords and the famed Aurora Borealis, the land of the Vikings has it all!

Amsterdam, Netherlands


Amsterdam is home to one of the largest collections of museums and galleries in Europe. Home of the infamous artist who cut off his own ear, the city takes its art seriously—and it shows in the number of art hotels and renaissance architecture scattered across the city.

If you’re not one for capturing the beauty of city life, the world’s only floating flower market is sure to change your mind!



One of the most underrated travel photography spots on this list, Georgia, also known as the Gateway to the Mountains, is a crossroads of cultures and landscapes. From the highlands of the Ushguli village, the highest village in Europe, to hiking to the Shdugra waterfalls and experiencing the grandeur of the cave city of Vardzia, Georgia offers photo opportunities all around.

Take a Photography Trip to Norway

If Norway’s the place you want to visit on your next photography tour, Pro Photo Trip’s Georgia Trip is just for you! The multiple day nature photography tour has everything you need for the travel photography trip experience of your life.

Book your place now before all the openings run out!

Top 5 Tips for Travel Photography

Every place that we visit is unique. It consists of distinct landscapes, sights, sounds and smells and as any photographer worth his salt will tell you – it is possible to capture all of those aspects in a single photo.

Whether you’ve just ventured in to travel photography or are already a pro, learning new tips and tricks in this field is a life-long process, and an extremely fruitful one. In this article, we’ve compiled for you 5 helpful tips that will take your travel photography game to the next level.

Learn Everything About Your Camera

You must know your camera like the back of your hand. Whether you use a professional DSLR or are starting out with a simple smart phone camera; you’ll go a long way if you know how to make full use of its features.

Watch free tutorials on YouTube, read articles and seek help from established photographers. Before you begin, make sure you are well-versed with your camera’s features and supporting gear. This knowledge will go a long way in making the most of your tools.

Early Bird Catches The Worm

Get up early to get the best shots. Touristy areas are most likely going to be full of people by late morning so it’s always a good idea to set out super early and make use of the empty spaces. This is highly recommended as you will also get the best lighting during the wee hours of the morning.

Research Places

Before you get to a city, chart out a simple itinerary. Research places you want to see by going through platforms such as Instagram and Pinterest. Having an idea of the places you want to hit for your adventure photography tours will save you time looking them up and searching for their location once you are in the city.

Alternatively, don’t stick to a map or a plan entirely. One of the best things about travel photography trip is that it gives you a chance to explore and capture new sights. So, go out of the way, check out nearby shops, streets or coffee houses that look enticing and capture them in interesting angles.



For stand-out images, take a moment to observe your surroundings and subjects and use the viewfinder to creatively fill photos. Make sure you don’t have unnecessary blank spaces in the foreground and find unique ways to photograph your subject with lots of different angles.

Crop ‘em

Don’t forget to crop every single image that you capture. Smart cropping can be the difference between a great photo and a mediocre one. Start out by looking at the sides and the foreground to crop and while you’re at it, think of how you can crop the image to make your subject the centre of attention.

If you want to polish your skills and master the art of photography, contact Pro.Photo.Tip. We organize dynamic photography travel tours for all kinds of photographers. This is your chance to get real experience on the field with professional photographers and learn all the tricks in the book.

Watch Out For These Hiking Trip Hazards

Every hiking trail comes with its own environmental hazards. Preparing for a hike isn’t just restricted to bringing the right hiking gear, but also making sure you’re well aware of the external elements and potential hazards to look out for on your journey.

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