Advertising Starts From $5/- USD | Know More
Explore : 
Country : 
Region : 
City : 
Top Holidays
Beijing 5 Days Tour
Duration 5 days - Price start from $432/- USD per person

Shanghai 4 Days Tour
Duration 4 days - Price start from $413/- USD per person

Guilin Longsheng Miao Village 4 Days Tour
Duration 4 days - Price start from $468/- USD per person

Xian 3 Days Culture Tour
Duration 3 days - Price start from $264/- USD per person

Xian 3 Days City And Huashan Mountain Tour Culture Tour
Duration 3 days - Price start from $413/- USD per person

Romantic Cambodia
Duration 18 days - Price start from $3442/- USD per person

14 Day Highlights of Cambodia
Duration 14 days - Price start from $904/- USD per person

5 Days Siem Reap Temple Tour
Duration 5 days - Price start from $313/- USD per person

5 Days Siem Reap Tour
Duration 5 days - Price start from $349/- USD per person

Triple A Adventures 3 Days Siem Reap, Phnom Penh Tour
Duration 3 days - Price start from $159/- USD per person

Results 281 to 290 of 2238
« Prev    25  26  27  28  29   30  31  32  33     Next »
Exploring the Rainforests in Samoa
Exploring the Rainforests in Samoa The combination of tropical climate and fertile soil make Samoa the perfect breeding ground for rainforests and other lush landscapes (mangrove swamps, marshes…), which are all abuzz with native wildlife, such as seabirds, skinks, flying foxes, geckos, as well as a plethora of unique flora. Knowing how vital these vulnerable rainforests are to life in this part of the world, the government, environmental groups and many villages are putting in a lot of effort to protect them. One of the best remaining rainforests is O Le Pupu-Pue National Park on Upolu, which runs from the southern coast up into the mountainous interior of the island. If you love exploring nature by foot and are a bird lover to boot, then you'll l...
Diving in Kenya
Diving in Kenya Kenya is becoming increasingly popular as a dive destination. Kenya has another great wilderness area hid beneath the surface of the Indian Ocean, a wilderness just as rich, diverse and ripe for exploration as any of our game parks. Kenya was for a long time not widely known as a dive destination- but it certainly should be. The calm turquoise waters of our beaches lie in the protective shelter of reef after reef, home to a myriad bounty of sealife. Plunge below the surface and you will discover a new kind of safari- the world's finest scuba safari. The diversity and spectacle of Kenya's wildlife doesn't end at our shores. Just as our plains are a sanctuary for vast herds of plains game, our reefs are home to ...
Weather in Poland
Weather in Poland Weather in Poland remains favorable for the tourists to enjoy a trip to this country. The Weather in Poland is quite pleasant which will make your journey to Poland a memorable affair. The Poland Weather features a temperate type of climate. In the northern part of the country, you will find oceanic climate. As you will move towards the southern and eastern parts of the country, one will feel warm. There are mostly 2 types of climate prevalent in Poland that is the summer season and the winter season. The summers are warmer in this country compared to the winters. The average summer temperatures in Poland range from 20 degrees Celsius to 27 degrees Celsius. Weather in Poland also features the chilly winters. T...
South Africa: Money & Costs
South Africa: Money & Costs Shoestring travellers prepared to camp or stay in hostels and self-cater could just about scrape by on less than US$15.00 per day. Travelling, other than hitching, will bump this up considerably as the road is long and public transport can be expensive. Most backpackers spend between US$20.00 and US$30.00 per day. Safaris, bungee jumps and surfing are all additional costs. Those who prefer to stay in hotels with private facilities, eat restaurant meals a couple of times a day and travel freely by bus or train are looking at US$40.00 - US$60.00 per person. South Africa has introduced new coins and notes, but old coins are still common so it's hard to become familiar with what you're jangling. The R200 note looks a lo...
Festivals in Dominican Republic
Festivals in Dominican Republic The colorful Festivals in Dominican Republic make the country one of the most sought after tourist's destinations. People from all over the world come flocking to this part of the world to enjoy spending time in the serene beaches and feel the pulse of the festivals. Dominican Republic hosts and celebrates a lot of exciting and colorful events all around the year. Dominican Republic's festivals and special events entice visitors to pick up the Caribbean beat. Here are some of the important festivals in Dominican Republic. Merengue Festival - Merengue Festival in Puerto Plata takes place during the first week of October. It is the time to rejoice the countryside harvests and make merry. During this time of the year,...
Specific tourism products help develop tourism
Specific tourism products help develop tourism Favourable conditions need creating for each locality to develop tourism based on their comparative advantages, Nguyen Phu Duc, deputy head of the Vietnam National Administration for Tourism told the May 31st conference on developing tourism in the southern key economic zone. The zone includes seven provinces: Binh Phuoc, Binh Duong, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Dong Nai, Long An, Tay Ninh and Ho Chi Minh City. The conference suggested the provinces organize joint tours, promote tourism for the whole zone, develop tourism products and train human resources. (The Nhandan) Courtesy: Ba Tours
There is Lots to see in Morocco but be Safe during Travel
There is Lots to see in Morocco but be Safe during Travel Agadir - Agadir is all about the beach! The town is a nice example of modern Moroccan, but not much in the way of history or culture. Take the local bus for a few cents and go 2 or 3 villages North. The beaches are much better there and there are no burglars at all. Amizmiz - With one of the largest Berber souks in the High Atlas Mountains every Tuesday, Amizmiz is a popular destination for travelers looking for a day trip that is easily accessible (about an hour) from Marrakech. Asni - Starting point for treks into the High Atlas Mountains. Casablanca - This modern city by the sea is a starting point for visitors flying into the country. If you have the time, both the historical medina and the contemporary ...
Micro financing empowers women and changes lives in Togo
Micro financing empowers women and changes lives in Togo The women in a coastal village on the Togo-Benin border are doing what they are known for – singing and dancing. But as the soothing tones and rhythms give way to the sounds of coins being dropped into a bowl, it becomes clear there is something else afoot. The circle of brightly clad women soon put their celebrations aside and get down to the business of banking. The amounts of money being borrowed and paid back here may seem small, but for these Togolese women each tiny contribution to the ‘bank' helps. Transactions are recorded under the women's watchful eyes, and the money is kept under lock and key for when they need it most. Micro-financing – the lending small amounts of money to help the poor, ...
Kausani Switzerland of India
Kausani Switzerland of India Set at an altitude of over 6075 ft (1890 mt) above sea level, the hill resort of Kausani is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and imagination-stirring scenic beauty, which has earned it the moniker the 'Switzerland of India'. Even the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi had contemplated on the beauty of the region.Besides being the birthplace of the famous poet Sumitra Nandan Pant, the place is also visited by Mahatma Gandhi who was so enamored of its dazzling natural beauty. He spent 12 days in 1929 at Kausani, penned his memorable commentary on the Gita-Ana-Shakti Yoga inspired by the scenic grandeur of this richly gifted spot. The guest house where the Mahatma stayed is now known as the Anashakti Ashram.O...
National Museum of Vanuatu
National Museum of Vanuatu This excellent museum and cultural centre is home to a well-displayed selection of traditional artefacts, including items such as tamtam (log drums), massive outrigger canoes, ceremonial headdresses and examples of Lapita and Wusi pottery. There are photographic displays, and you can watch videos about traditional ceremonies and legends. Address Rue d'Artois St, Port Villa Hours Mon-Fri 09:00 - 16:30 , Sat 09:00 - 12:00 Source:lonelyplanet.com