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Tec-Troit Free 3-Day Electronic Music Festival In Detroit

Techno is a form of electronic dance music that emerged in Detroit, Michigan by Derrick May, Juan Atkins and Kevin Saundersson also known as The Belleville Three in the mid-to-late 1980s. The first recorded use of the word techno in reference to a specific genre of music was in 1988. Many styles of techno now […]






Mi Casa Holiday in Costa Rica

We are happy to announce that we have partnered with Mi Casa Holiday that hosts a full season of events, featuring international DJ talent, in some of the coolest cities in the world. Each holiday destination is unique and offers a masterfully curated blend of energizing DJ entertainment and rejuvenating daytime ventures and activities. Follow […]






New Party Island in Dubai

“We’re trying to make it the new Ibiza – a mini Ibiza dedicated solely to partying.” Says George Saad, Marketing & Sales director. A man-made party island set to rival Ibiza is being planned to attract revelers to the Arabian Gulf. Dream Island will be able to host around 20,000 partygoers with two ‘mega clubs’, four […]






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Get Lost in Traveling

”A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.” – Lao Tzu There is little advice which stands as strong more than two-thousand years after first being given, but these words constitute a fine example of just that. Because really, truly, honestly; what’s the damn point of traveling? I bet you […]






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Estéreo Picnic Festival in Bogotá

The Stereo Picnic Festival is Colombia’s most beloved musical festival in its sixth edition in 2015. Over 65,000 square meters for artists and attendees from all continents, to open the door again to a place where the world may be different for 3 days and for the rest of life. Since 2010 Stereo Picnic is […]






Break down cultural barriers with tourism

Aziz Abu Sarah speaks on a subject that has influenced Rhythm Travels to it’s existence. Aziz says Tourism is the best way to break down cultural walls which is completely true. What we get portrayed in the media is often biased and manipulated therefore seeing with your own eyes and creating your own truths weighs […]






Rio de Janeiro City Guide | RhythmTravels.com

Rio de Janeiro City Guide

Rio de Janeiro is the city of possibilities. Whatever you are looking for, Rio is the place where you will find it. During the short period of time which I spent in Rio, I only briefly got to know the city, but what I saw of the buzzing metropolitan left me yearning for more. I […]






Panama City Guide | RhythmTravels.com

Panama City

Panama City is quite an enchanting combination, with a skyline like New York, a Latin-American culture and a canal that makes the economy blossom. The same unique combination can be seen in it`s equally diverse and exciting nightlife, which is divided into two main areas.  -Casco Viejo – This old part of town can be referred to by […]






Swelling from the Surf: Realizations from a Non-Surfer

I honestly have no idea what the buzz is all about. I mean, they’re just a bunch of people on a surf board. This was my exact thought while gazing out to the coastline of Urbiztondo, San Juan. Of course, I’m a city girl. I’m sheltered and chauffeured. And I’m not cut out for too […]






Nairobi Nightlife and Festivals | RhythmTravels.com

Nairobi Nights

When you think about Nairobi, the best time you can ever talk of is the night time. In a city where everyone seems to be a night owl, it’s had to highlight the life in this Capital minus the events that happen after the sun set. For starters, Nairobi is the Capital City of Kenya, […]