May 272017
 

As per a recent survey, nearly two-thirds of the British holidaymakers are too embarrassed to use foreign words while travelling abroad. The reason cited for this behaviour is the knowledge of foreign words limited to ‘hello’, ‘yes’, ‘goodbye’, ‘thanks’ as well as ‘my name is…’. For the nation that travels a lot, it is quite startling that the British « Continue Reading »

May 232017
 
Things to do in the New York City for Free

New York City is known for many things – its status as the art, dining and shopping capital of the world, its sky-puncturing buildings, its wild nightlife, its feisty temper and its pulsating vibe. But never has the city been popular as a place where you could do anything for free. On the contrary, it often features as one « Continue Reading »

May 222017
 
The Riveting Tale of an Encounter with the Mountain Gorillas of Rwanda

The Foreword He is the king on a remote island that is protected by giant mountains and isolated from human contact by violent storms, dense fog and raging seas. All his subjects live under his protection in the lap of Mother Nature, and he keeps the island safe against the unwanted outsiders until an ambitious team of scientists, soldiers and « Continue Reading »

Feb 032016
 
Quick Guide: Bandhavgarh National Park, India

Bandhavgarh National Park is a great place to see rich Indian wildlife in all its glory. Located in the lush Vindhya Hills in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, the park is spread across an area of 105 sq km and flourishes with amazing wildlife, gushing streams, chirping birds and dense forests. The park is known to have one of « Continue Reading »

Dec 242015
 
Top Three Animal Encounters in Oudtshoorn, South Africa

Oudtshoorn is located at the one end of Route 62, which is one of the most popular self-drive routes in South Africa. There are various activities and adventures lined up for travellers with varied interests. From hot air ballooning to exploring the famous Cango Caves, the possibilities are endless. If you have mainly booked your tickets to spend « Continue Reading »

Dec 112015
 

Unlike India, you won’t find many countries which have a separate state budget for railways; neither are trains an intrinsic part of the cultural identity of most countries. It’s hardly surprising that rail journey in India has become a prominent highlight of tourism. There are a number of fascinating and scenic travel routes in India that would make « Continue Reading »

Dec 082015
 
Things to do in Khon Kaen,Thailand

Khon Kaen, a major producer of silk and home to one of Thailand’s largest universities is one of the most important centres of education and finance in Thailand. However, there is much more to the city than finance and education. Travellers would love elements such as history, culture, diversity and food. Have a look at the things « Continue Reading »

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