Travelling is one of the greatest joys in life, and while planning a bit trip is undoubtedly exciting, it’s important to approach every holiday or getaway with some caution and thought. After all, there are many different facets that are involved in planning a big trip, and if you’re not careful, you’re burn crazy amounts of money along the way. Think carefully, don’t be whimsical and always doubt check for a better detail before you enter in your credit card details. With that in mind we’ll take a look at some of the main things to keep in mind when planning a big trip overseas.
Italy is quite simply exquisite. It is a wonderland for travellers in search of breath-taking vistas, beautiful buildings and balmy weather, filled with delights both cultural and gastronomical. This is something visitors to its shores have long discovered. Transformed into the cultural capital of the world by the ancient Romans who peopled it, it still retains a love of art and literature, as well as the rich and delicious cuisine it has so long been famed for. Should you ever find yourself fortunate enough to visit, here are five authentic Italian dishes you can’t miss out on trying!
The main attraction of Lencois Maranhenses is of course the endless dunes which I described in the previous post. However, the second day of our trip in the region was no less exciting. The Pequenos Lencois which literally means "little Lencois" can also boast beautiful dunes filled with temporary lakes, rain forest rivers abundant with wildlife, golden beaches and tiny villages. And what's best, it's pretty much off the beaten path and you'll see very few tourists here.
The Bran castle is probably Romania's most popular tourist attraction as its associated with the main character of the famous vampire story - Dracula. Located in the forested region of Transylvania, it's easy to reach and visited by hordes of tourists and organised groups. But what is the castle really like? Is it unique and worth seeing? Or is it yet another overrated tourist attraction?
Are you intending on taking a trip to travel to India for work or pleasure?
Once you book your flights and complete your Indian visa application form, you can look forward to planning your trip. It’s a great nation and here are the things you need to know before going there.
Blyde River Canyon is the most spectacular canyon in South Africa. Despite this fact, we hadn't initially planned to visit it. However, it turned out that the canyon is located on the way to the Kruger National Park so we thought: great! We could have a chance to see it. But it ended with hope only, because the nature played a prank on us and when we arrived we saw nothing but endless whiteness of the immensely thick fog. Nevertheless, this trip held a few more surprises and we didn't regret visiting the Blyde River region at all.
In previous decades surfing used to be the preserve of counter-culture, pot smoking, beach bum types. The stigma associated with surfing was not a good one back in the 60’s and 70’s. But the times have changed. Since the 1980’s surfing has steadily begun to enter the mainstream, with over 35 million people across the globe now calling themselves surfers. In monetary terms this translates into over a $7 billion per year industry.
Kotor Bay is one of the two most photographed spots in Montenegro (the other is the incredible island of Sveti Stefan). The town of Kotor is unique in the sense that the bay cuts deeply into the land and the sea is surrounded by high mountains emerging directly from the blue waters of the Adriatic. The mountains create an unparalleled scenery that reminds more of Norwegian fjords rather than a Mediterranean region. However, looking at the spectacular architecture, old houses made of stone and multiple palm trees, you will quickly realize you are actually somewhere in the south and not in Scandinavia.
South Africa boasts a rich diversity of wildlife, landscapes and people. The tourism scene within the country has boomed throughout the last decade, and the country’s hidden treasures are more accessible than ever. From the shores of Cape Town to the plains of Kruger, there is a road trip to suit everyone. Travelling in 2018 couldn’t be easier or even cheaper, so there are no excuses not to book this trip of a lifetime! Keep reading for a little helping hand in planning the perfect South African road trip:
Astana is one of the controversial "brand new" capitals built on an enormous scale - similar to Ashgabat in Turkmenistan or Baku in Azerbaijan. Kazakhstan's capital defies all the presumptions and stereotypes a person from the West might have - especially those set in place after the famous comedy film "Borat" (as a matter of fact, "Borat" was not even filmed in Kazakhstan). Astana couldn't be more different from what you probably imagine Kazakhstan to be like. You won't find carts pulled by cows along muddy streets nor any wooden shacks that are deteriorating and falling apart. Walking through the large main boulevard, you might think you're in one of Dubai's luxurious neighborhoods rather than in some country in the middle of nowhere that no one is interested about.