• Tasmania Camping Itinerary for a 6 Day Route

    Explore the natural world in Tasmania! The route Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair National Park is perfect to practice fun ecotouristic activities.

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  • Cheap Wine

    Ask the waiter to uncork a bottle of Cabernet, because at these destinations, wine is cheaper than water!

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  • What do wine labels mean

    Wine tasting is a great experience that springs from the moment you discover its personality as described through its label.

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  • The Best of Australia

    Australia is rich in nature. Visit the Blue Mountains National Park and Whitehaven Beach to pamper yourself with its exotic natural treasures.

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  • Australian Beer

    Who could say no to a chilled beer under the scorching Australian sun? Say cheers! with DINKtravelers.

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  • Gestures Around the World

    When visiting a new destination, are you sure your hand gestures mean what you want to express?

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  • Ayers Rock

    Uluru, the second biggest rock in this world, is an Australian natural wonder whose surface color changes from day to night.

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  • Breathe Pure Air

    Visit Tasmania. It’s the destination with the purest air in the world. There you’ll find Tasmania’s Natural Wilderness Area, declared World Heritage.

  • Driving on the Left

    In Australia they drive on the left, so if it’s different in your place of origin, be careful when driving or crossing the street.

  • On Fire

    There is a great fire risk in Australia between spring and summer, so follow the authorities’ indications to avoid any incidents.

  • Stay Connected

    In Australia electric sockets have three flat plugs and angled, so take a plug adaptor in order to charge your cell phone or other electronic devices.

  • Visits in Exchange for Wine-Tastings

    In most vineyards, when you visit the wineries they offer you a wine-tasting experience.

  • Drink Wine With an Exclusive Style

    Although tasting wine is done practically the same everywhere, follow the steps they teach you at each vineyard.

  • Don’t Mix Aromas

    It’s advisable not to wear any perfume on the day you’ll go on a wine-tasting tour. This way, external scents won’t mix with the wine’s aroma.

  • Buy Quality Wine

    In order to identify a wine’s quality, take into account these 4 elements: the weather, the type of grape, the elaboration process and its aging time.

  • Offer a Special Gift

    A good gift for a friend can be a bottle of wine whose production has a interesting or cultural history

  • Toast with Sherry

    As a recommendation, follow the route of Marco de Jerez in Spain. The architecture, monuments and the history behind this route will inspire you to taste Jerez, internationally known as “Sherry”.

  • Pre-Hispanic Vine

    In Mexico, there were types of vine that grew since before the Spanish conquerors arrived. Unfortunately, they were wild varieties so the grapes could not be used to produce wine.

  • Wine and Longevity

    Around the world, many people believe wine makes people live longer and don’t suffer from heart issues thanks to powerful antioxidant it contains called resveratrol.

  • Characteristics of a Stout

    Dark beer doesn’t have a greater alcohol content than light beer. Its only difference is that barley was more toasted during its elaboration process.

  • Beer Phobias

    Did you know there’s a phobia to having an empty glass of beer in your hand? It’s called Cenosillicaphobia.