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Christmas in Dominican Republic
Christmas in Dominican Republic Christmas in Dominican Republic is celebrated with great pomp and show. Each year on the 25th of December, Dominican Republic witnesses exhilarating parties, spectacular fireworks, relaxing family time and fantastic food. Not only that, Christmas celebrations in Dominican Republic start in the month of October and end in January. Christmas in Dominican Republic is full of light and color. During Dominican Republic Christmas the entire city is decorated with bright lights and candles. If you are planning your holidays in Dominican Republic, make it in the month of December and make sure you are on this island during Christmas. During Christmas in Dominican Republic, thousands of Dominicans line the streets of the cit...
 
Champassak Province Pakse
Champassak Province Pakse The province of Champassak is home to one of Asia's great, but least visited temples, Wat Phu. Pakse, the capital is situated at the confluence of the Se river and the Mekong (Pakse means 'mouth of the Se') and is a busy trading town. The province also houses much of the Bolaven Plateau, an area that is home to a number of ethnic minorities. To the south is Si Pan Don (four thousand islands), where the Mekong reaches up to 14km wide during the rainy season and the Khone Phapeng Falls. Pakse has a number of comfortable places to stay and is a good base from which to explore the surrounding area. The town has one of the largest markets in the region. Within Pakse is the Champassak Museum where you can see relics from...
 
Libya Aims to Become a Tourism Pioneer
Libya Aims to Become a Tourism Pioneer Libya is aiming to position itself at the forefront of African tourism. This objective has become more evident with the country's participation at the upcoming TourismAfrica conference to be held this September 19 – 21 in Geneva, Switzerland. To establish its commitment to this objective, Libya is promising to showcase its tourism offerings at the upcoming Geneva conference. At the helm to help Libya accomplish its goal and make strong presence at the TourismAfrica conference is eTurbo Communications (eTC). eTC, in cooperation with Expoforce, is organizing a new 150 square meter stand for Libya, highlighting a new era of tourism and image for Libya. In addition, eTC will serve as the liaison between Li...
 
Tourism open doors for women
Tourism open doors for women Hundreds of women in the tourism industry went on a float through some principal streets in Accra and converged at the Afua Sutherland Park and opened a three-day national exhibition to mark World Tourism Day celebrated on the 27th of September every year. The Day is celebrated to draw attention to tourism and encourage domestic tourism. Mrs Esther Obeng-Dapaah, Minister of Lands, Forestry and Mines, commending women in the tourism industry noted that on average more women were engaged in the tourism sector than other sectors of the economy. She said 65 percent of employees in the tourism industry are women in the catering, restaurant, chop bars and drinking bars sector. The industry is the only one which wom...
 
Festivals of Saint Lucia
Festivals of Saint Lucia Saint Lucian cultural festivals include La Rose and La Marguerite, the one representing the Rosecrucian order, the other one representing Freemasonry,as seen in a mural painted by Dunstan St. Omer, which depicts the holy trinity of Osiris, Horus and Isis. The Christmas season is celebrated and a number of small festivals and parades take place throughout the island. Saint Lucia also celebrates a cultural festival known as Jounen Kweyol (Creole Day). This is celebrated each year on the week of the 27th of October. On the Sunday of this week, the various towns chosen to host this festival put out the result of their grand preparations; local food and drink such as breadfruit and salt fish, manicou (agouti) and roast ba...
 
Religion in Vanuatu
Religion in Vanuatu Christianity is the predominant religion in Vanuatu, consisting of several denominations. The Presbyterian Church, adhered to by about one third of the population, is the largest of them. Roman Catholic and Anglican are other common denominations, each claiming about 15% of the population. Others are the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the Church of Christ, Neil Thomas Ministries (NTM), as well as many other religious sects and denominations. Because of the modernities that the military in World War II brought with them when they came to the islands, several cargo cults developed. Many died out, but the John Frum cult on Tanna is still large, and has adherents in the parliament. Also on Tanna is the Prince Philip Movem...
 
Christmas in Samoa
Christmas in Samoa Christmas in Samoa will be fun and interesting for the visitors as they get to see a totally different aspect of this colorful and vibrant place. Planning and preparations for Christmas celebrations in Samoa begin quite early as the Christmas party in Samoa continues for 13 days and this event is popularly known as the 13 days to Christmas. Christmas in Samoa will be incomplete without Christmas carols so arrangements are made for Christmas songs and carols. An integral part of Samoan Christmas is the Christmas carol. Groups of local choirs are assembled so that they can practice for the main event. Christmas party in Samoa begins early and a drama recital is organized for the main day. The performers take part in s...
 
When to Go Mexico
When to Go Mexico Mexico is enjoyable year-round, but October to May is generally the most pleasant time to visit. The May-September period can be hot and humid, particularly in the south, and inland temperatures can approach freezing during December-February. Facilities are often heavily booked during Semana Santa (the week before Easter) and Christmas/New Year, the peak domestic travel periods. Mexico's climate has something for everyone: it's hot and humid along the coastal plains, and drier and more temperate at higher elevations inland (Guadalajara or Mexico City, for example). Try to avoid the southern coast between July and September - the resorts are decidedly soggy and jam-packed. Mexico's climate varies according to its top...
 
Walking Safari in Kenya
Walking Safari in Kenya A privately escorted foot safari is the best way to really experience the African bush at its best. Walking through the wilds let you explore the wild at its most pure and visceral as you track big game, you become aware of every sight and sound, the smell of the earth and the touch of the wind. An expert tracker will teach you the signs to look for, tracks- the individual tracks and spoor, and show you how to use the wind to disguise your scent, and to move silently through thick cover and get up close and personal with the game. When you are at close range your senses are heightened, and you become increasingly aware of the animal you are watching, how it moves and feeds, how it reacts to its environment. If the ...
 
Sightseeing in Poland
Sightseeing in Poland Sightseeing in Poland involves a number of sites that are a must visit for any tourist. Sightseeing in Poland has become very popular due to its location that eludes serenity and mystery. You are bound to be fascinated and spell bound by some of the sights that you will get to see as you enjoy a tour of this beautiful country. Some of the cities that provide the best of the Poland's attractions are Warsaw, Gdansk and Krakow. Warsaw Warsaw is the capital city of Poland. It is also the largest city in Poland. The city had seen extensive damages during the Second World War. But after the War, the government rebuilt the entire city. It is today considered by many as the heart of the country. The structures that were ...