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  • 5 Perfect Weekend Getaways Aro 5 Perfect Weekend Getaways Around Delhi

    • From: kamleshnayaltmi
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      As the name itself suggests, weekend getaway happens to be a breather from work at the end of the week. It can be elaborated as short respites that help you regaining the spirit and unwinding yourself with no responsibilities and discipline. If you are a Delhi-based traveler and looks forward to a much awaited weekend getaway, you have too many options in your plate. Being centrally located, the capital city offers you an array of choices with ample of wildlife sanctuaries, heritage sites, hill stations and offbeat destinations, and that too all within 3-8 hours drive.

      For everyone seeking a perfect break from scheduled life, short weekend trip is your pick. To mention, below are a few of the special destinations that offer you memorable moments.

      Bhimtal

      Route: Delhi - Moradabad - Haldwani – Bhimtal

      Named after the Mahabharata character- Bhima, Bhimtal is one of the largest lakes around Nainital. Having an island in the center, it can only be approached by a boat and has a proper restaurant area. It also boasts of much cleaner environ and treats you with gaggle of ducks! Talking about the recreation, one can do boating at the lake witnessing the large Victorian dam at one corner and terraced flower on the other side. Exploring the surrounding jungle on foot is also a great option offering you utmost adventure and thrill. Next to the dam, positioned is the Bhimkeshwar temple dedicated to Bhim.

      Godhakhal Temple is again 3 km from Bhimtal. Another interesting stopover is The Museum of Folk Culture (Lok Sanskriti Sangrahalaya) exhibiting collections of folk paintings and ancient wooden artifacts. Bhimtal is undoubtedly an enthralling off beat destination both for the family and corporate travelers.

      Places of interest: Bhimtal lake, Naukuchiatal, Nainital, Mukteshwar.

      Kasauli                                                                                                                                 

      Route: Delhi - Karnal - Panchkula - Kalka - Kasauli

      De facto, you have chosen to visit Kasauli for its tranquility and serenity. To be clear, there is practically no such activity to do in Kasauli. If you need escapade from technology and machine-lifestyle, then the only best thing you can do there is to go for long hand-in-hand walks admiring the Mother Nature in its best form and shape. To catch the dazzle of the river Sutlej, Dauladhar range and Chur Chandini peak you need to wait for a clear day. April and June bring wild blooms and their amazing aroma. Wild rose, rhododendrons, coral tree, flame of the forest, katchnar and kashmal add on to the temptation that the place throws at you. During the monsoons, pave the way for romantic moments if you are here!

      Jaipur

      Route: Delhi - Dharuhera - Behror - Kotputli - Shahpura - Jaipur

      Located in the desert land of the royal Rajasthan, Jaipur is the first planned city of India. The architecture of the state capital gives you a taste of Rajputana clan, however presently it serves as one of the major business centers nationwide. The vibrant streets of Jaipur get huge number of visitors, every year at their footsteps. The city exemplifies magnificence in the form of famous structures like Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Amber Fort, the best architectural epitome of India. Artistic temples and gardens of Jaipur is another feature to attract travelers from across the globe. Marking the surroundings with serenity and aestheticism, the land of Rajasthan observes its ethnicity in celebrating various festivals like Kite festival, Elephant festival and many others, of Indian origin.

      Places of interest- Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar(Observatory), City Palace and S.M.S. II Museum, Ishwat Lat, Central Museum, Dolls Museum, Birla Planetarium, Jalmahal, Gaitor, Jaigarh Forth, Nahargarh Fort, Galta, Motidoongari, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Maharani Ki Chhatri, Sisodia Rani Garden, Vidhyadhar Garden, Kanak Vrindavan, Amer

      Corbett

      Route: Delhi – Hapur Byepass - Gajraula - Moradabad - Kashipur - Ramnagar - Corbett

      Established as the first national park of India, on 6th August 1936, it was renamed in 1957 as Corbett National Park, in memory of Jim Corbett, the iconic hunter and naturalist. Along with the launch of Project Tiger in 1973, the Corbett National Park was picked as one of the well known tiger reserves. Being a milestone in the efforts in saving wildlife, Corbett is exclusively one of the country’s most eclectic, quaint and widely acclaimed National Parks.

      Being India's most popular wildlife sanctuary, Corbett has the highest density of tigers in India. Other animals comprise of the leopard, elephant, jungle cat, bear, wild boar, sambhar, hog deer, barking deer. Relaxing in the sun on the banks of the Ramganga, you can find the slender snouted gharial and the ferocious crocodile.

      Mussoorie

      Route: Delhi - Meerut - Khatauli - Muzzafarnagar - Roorkee - Dehradun – Mussoorie

      Mountain mist, ancient architecture, the fragrance of flowers and streams transport you to the romantic times, long ago. Mussoorie, fondly famous as the ‘Queen of Hill Stations’ showcases the breathtaking view of extensive Himalayan snow ranges to the north-east, and glistening views of the Doon Valley and Haridwar to the south. The town takes you to the fairyland!! The scenic beauty offers you enchanting pine covered hill slopes and snow capped mountains, leaving a lifetime impression in your eyes and on your mind.

      Sightseeing: Bhadraj Temple, Camel's Back Road, Gun Hill, Mussoorie Lake, Kempty Falls, Surkhanda Devi, Dhanolti.

      Now, after being through the above article, choose the best weekend tour from Delhi when you plan your next short trip. Weekend getaways around Delhi are opted keeping the driving distance in consideration.

       

      Choose the most suitable one and Laze Around the next weekend!!

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  • Follow That River Follow That River

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      Scenic Highway 59 near Noel, Missouri

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  • Hard Hat Highway Hard Hat Highway

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      Highway 59 near intersection of Highway 90 in the tiny little SW Missouri town of Noel

       

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  • Ísafjörður Ísafjörður

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      Morning view from our room at the Hotel Ísafjörður. Ísafjörður is the largest town in the Westfjords, population about 4000. The hotel is on a moraine in the middle of the fjord, which provided this scenic view up the length of the fjord.

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  • Stockholm: the Syndrome and ev Stockholm: the Syndrome and everything else about it

    • From: inshade
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      Besides giving us the Stockholm Syndrome, Swedes also gave us a load of useful inventions, a host of Nobel Prize winners (and the Nobel Prize itself), an entire galaxy of pop stars and an amazingly scenic country to visit. It is also a country that has recently ran out of garbage... Almost everything you ever wanted to know about Stockholm can be found in one place with a load of sunny pictures - the newest blog entry from my trip :). 

      Enjoy, share, comment, make suggestions for improvment - it's all yours at http://inshadetravel.wordpress.com/2013/10/22/scandinavian-saga-part-3-sweden-and-the-stockholm-syndrome/

      Great thanks to those who decide to look at my info-blogs, as it takes DAYS to put together one single album and gather all information needed for it. I know it's not a wasted effort though because at least one visitor already wrote that my Barcelona album was probably the most comprehensive pile of information on the city - glad I could help :). 

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  • Some Must- Do Activities On Yo Some Must- Do Activities On Your Trip To Kerala

    • From: surajkulkarnih
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      So it's that time of the year again when you've packed your bags and are raring to go and find yourself heading to God's Own Country – Kerala. Rejoice! For you are now at one of the most exotic travel destinations in the world.

      There's a lot just waiting to be discovered here, what with a plethora of fun activities vying for your attention to choose from - ranging from mystic houseboat rides to the blissful Ayurveda massages for calming your excited nerves to even experiencing the thrill a snake boat race. Read on to know more about how you can make your visit to Kerala a memorable one and what you can do to ensure that when you get old, you have many exciting tales to tell your grandchildren about this sojourn:

      Stay on a houseboat: I bet you've heard a lot about these houseboats already and once you're away from the concrete jungle and the hustle and bustle of city life, you should make the most of it. Connect with nature and romanticize the wilderness with your stay in the backwaters of Allepey, Allapuzha or Kumarakom on a luxurious houseboat. Of course, you always have the option of staying in a hotel, but where's the novelty in that? In case, a long stay on unchartered waters is not your cup of tea, don't lose hope. You can try going for a backwater cruise on the Vembanand lake, which is the largest lake in Kerala and also a popular picnic spot and check out the flora and fauna there. Sounds like good fun! The best time for this activity would be during winters.

      Cheer at a snake boat race: Onam is the most popular festival in Kerala and is celebrated with sheer pomp and joy each year in the months of August-September. The whole of Kerala comes alive in a festive fervor for 4 days with music and dance, decorating houses, Onam Sadya (feast) and even boat racing. The boat race is a very integral and important aspect of Onam wherein about 100 oarsmen row huge and beautifully decorated snake boats and men and women celebrate by cheering the snake boats skim through the water. I'm sure you can't wait to be part of this festivity. Be there, do it!

      Bring out the adventurer in you: If you thought Kerala was only about houseboats and boat races, think again. On your visit to the beautiful hill station Munnar, trying your hand at paragliding is an absolute must. And don't worry, you don't need to be trained for it. Glide over the magnificent hills of Munnar with the help of an instructor. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Well, it's true!

      Embrace Ayurveda: Give your tired mind and body a new lease of life with the famous Ayurveda massage therapies that are ever so popular with tourists visiting Kerala. Just lie down and relax and let the experts do the rest for you. Bring harmony to your soul and experience the soothing herbal massages that rid you of your stress and ailments. There are many centers and spas all over Kerala which offer this facility with packages at competitive rates. So go ahead, pick a package of your preference and feel the magic as it happens. Monsoons are considered to be the best time to indulge in Ayurvedic therapies in Kerala.

      Get enthralled by folk art: Kathakali, Mohiniyattam, Thullal, Oppana, Margamkali are just some of the forms of classical folk dances performed in Kerala. Each dance form is unique and has a story and a style of its own. Some of these dance forms have become popular worldwide, but what better place to witness an enthralling dance performance than in the place of its origin!

      A Fall isn't always a bad thing: Case in point being the beautiful Athirapally waterfalls. This place could well be dubbed as India's Niagara Falls as these 80 feet high falls are sure to give you an adrenaline rush. The best time to visit here would be in the monsoons and we recommend that you trek your way up and down the falls. The soothing sounds of the cascading waterfalls and witnessing the huge mass of water coming crashing down is something that only a lucky few get to experience in their lifetime. So make sure that you, too, are that lucky one!

      Wild ambitions: Get in touch with your wild side at the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary with a jungle safari or go bamboo-rafting on the Periyar lake. You could also energize yourself with a visit to the countryside by taking a canoe ride across the serpentine canals in the quaint villages of Kerala. (For more information, check out a good resource on the place like http://irisholidays.com/.)

      Mortal Combat: Regarded as one of the most ancient and scientific forms of martial arts in the the world, Kalaripayattu is still practiced in Kerala. It is supposed to be one of the important aspects of an Ayurvedic physical treatment called Kalarichikitsa. Some of the moves of this form of combat are sure to leave you astounded and amazed. So make sure you don't miss witnessing this celebrated form of martial arts.

      History's mysteries: Indulge in some intellectual fact finding with a visit to Kerala's St. Angelo Fort, Fort Kochi, Bekal Fort, Edakkal Caves, Mattancherry Palace, Jew Street, Ariyannur Umbrellas among other attractions. All these places will take you back in time and tickle your imagination by giving you a taste of how things used to be.

      Beaches: Drown your stress and sorrows in the picturesque beaches – be it the scenic Varkala beach or the Kovalam beach (don't miss the Lighthouse here), the mesmerizing Beypore beach, the ancient Ezhimala beach or the serene Bekal beach. Lose yourself in the sun and the sand on the sunkissed beaches of Kerala.

      Eat, Drink and Be Merry:If you are one of those people who live to eat, then your love for food will only increase as you relish Kerala's mouthwatering cuisine. Their food items are enriching with some authentic flavors of the South. Coconut is a favorite additive here and is added to most of the food preparations be it their vegetarian or non-vegetarian meals. 'Toddy'- a drink made of liquor and water with sugar and spices is a popular beverage in the rural areas and a Kerala specialty. Do try!

       

      There's something for everyone at Kerala. So, what are you waiting for? Get your checklist of these activities ready and tick away while you live it up at this Southern Paradise of India!!!

       

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  • My 2 Days Tour to Chengdu Qing My 2 Days Tour to Chengdu Qingcheng Mountain

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      Qingcheng Mountain is located in the southwest of Dujiangyan, is the birthplace of Taoism in China , is a famous Taoist mountain national 5A level scenic spots. In 2000, together with the Dujiangyan was included as a World Heritage World Heritage List.

      Qingcheng mountain peak elevation of 1260 m old Xiao roof . Whole mountain forest green , evergreen, Peaks ring Zhi, Zhuangruo enclosing walls , named Qingcheng Mountain . Jianmen mountains in Sichuan with the insurance, Emei show, the male Kuimen par , the " world Qingcheng " reputation.

      DAY1

      1 Qingcheng Mountain 2 Jianfu Palace 3 shangqinggong 4 Laojun Court 5 Tianshi Cave 6 natural picture

      The first day tour Qingcheng Mountain , watching the mountains in different years , different styles of Taoist temples and enjoy the charm of Taoist culture .

       

      Dining:

      Qingcheng four must: kefyr Cave , Cave tribute tea , ginkgo stewed chicken , Taoism pickles. The vegetarian temple is also very distinctive features , visitors can watch tasting.

      Accommodation:

      Mount Qingcheng Mountain accommodation previously dominated . Here star hotel, Villa Villa lot, suitable to Qingcheng Mountain vacation, health visitors , standard room from two hundred yuan first thousand dollars , but in general the season can be discounted . Taoist mountain part , such as shangqinggong , Tianshi Cave , also can stay ,20- 60 yuan / person. Mountains there farmhouse ,30- 80 yuan / person.

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      DAY2

      Taian Town Baiyun Si WULONGGOU Yau Yat Chuen Li Kim Chui Ying Lake Ropeway

      1 2 Baiyun Si WULONGGOU

      The day after the main tour Qingcheng mountain beauty of the landscape , watching streams , waterfalls, pools , breathing the fresh air of the forest . Boarded cableway ride down the mountain after mountain .

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  • Secluded beach Secluded beach

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      Secluded beach spotted while traveling along California's Scenic Highway 101.

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  • Exciting Delhi Weekend Getaway Exciting Delhi Weekend Getaways

    • From: narendra125
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      A need of a short break becomes compulsory, when you want to keep yourself free from the stress of day to day life and the noises of the busy city. To make your weekend a relaxed and memorable one, you can opt for numerous weekend getaways. Here are some of the places to visit near Delhi that are popular for their unique feature of providing memorable vacation.

      Within 100 km There are various destinations that you could visit during weekends and enjoy quality time away from the busy schedule of the modern city. Here are the weekend spots that lie within the distance of 100 kilometers from Delhi.

      Damdama Lake: This natural reservoir is a must visit. The Aravali hill sin the backdrop serves as a perfect scenic destination to spend a memorable weekend. Here you may take pleasure in various thrilling activities like rock climbing, boating, free fall, etc. There also are hotels and resorts to provide accommodation to the guests. Apart from enjoying the beauty of the lake, you may also watch native as well as migratory birds here. The Mercury Adventure Park is one of the major attractions here that serves the nature lovers. This is a perfect destination to spend quality time with family, friends and loved one. Quick Facts: • Distance from Delhi - 50 km (approximately) • Hours to Reach By Road - Around 1 hour and 20 minutes via Delhi-Alwar Highway • Best Time to Visit - Throughout the year • Located in - Gurgaon, Haryana (Delhi NCR)

      Kuchesar: This is a heritage village, which is popular for its Mud Fort. This fort was built by the Jat rulers during their ruling period, i.e., 18th century. The location of the fort is simply eye-pleasing. The fort is nestled in between 200 acres of lush greenery. Some part of the fort has now been transformed as a luxury hotel that is possessed by the Neemrana Hotels group. Thus, mango orchards and sugarcane fields also make this place unique. Quick Facts: • Distance from Delhi - 80 km • Hours to Reach By Road - Around 2 hour drive • Best Time to Visit - Throughout the year • Located in - Uttar Pradesh

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      Within 100-200 km You may also consider various destinations in and around Delhi to spend a blissful weekend. There also are various destinations that lie within 100-200 kilometers from Delhi. To reach here, you may take your own car, book a cab or make train reservations. Vrindavan: This is one of the best weekend getaways that one could opt for. This holy destination is accessible by both rail as well as roadways. Here you may take pleasure in numerous mythological attractions that are related to the Lord Krishna. Iskon Temple, Mirabai Temple, Shahji Temple, Vrindavan Dham, Radha Raman Temple, Banke Bihariji, and Gokulnanda Temple are some of the must visits of Vrindavan. Quick Facts: • Distance from Delhi - 142 Kilometers • Hours to Reach By Road - 2 Hours and 10 minutes (approximately) by road • Best Time to Visit - September till March • Located in - Uttar Pradesh

      Bharatpur: This is an amazing weekend getaway, which is popular amongst the vacationers looking vacation away from the noisy city. There are numerous trains that are operational from Delhi, apart from this; you may also drive to reach this place. Deeg, Government Museum, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, and Lohagarh Fort are some of the attractions that you could visit. Further to make the guests feel comfortable; there are various hotels like Chandra Mahal Haveli, Hotel Kadamb Kunj, Swaraj Resorts, and The Park available. Quick Facts: • Distance from Delhi - 182 Kilometers • Hours to Reach By Road - 3 Hours (approximately) by road • Best Time to Visit - October till March • Located in - RajasthanWithin 200-300 km If you want to celebrate some important event of your life like birthday, anniversary, etc., you can opt for the weekend getaways lie within 200-300 kilometers from Delhi.

      Agra: What could be more interesting than a weekend in the city of Taj. It is upon your preference, you may drive to reach Agra, or may also make ticket bookings on the trains accessible from Delhi to Agra. You may spend your vacation visiting major attractions like Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Akbar's Tomb, Mughal Heritage Walk, Jama Masjid, and Fatehpur Sikri. There also are various popular hotels like Hotel Marina, Hotel Yamuna View, Trident Hilton Agra, Clarks Shiraz, and Hotel Taj View, where you may book your room and enjoy a blissful stay. Quick Facts: • Distance from Delhi - 211 Kilometers • Hours to Reach By Road - 3 Hours and 20 minutes (approximately) by car • Best Time to Visit - October till March • Located in - Uttar Pradesh

      Dehradun: This is one of the best nature escapes that you may consider to enjoy a memorable vacation. There are various trains functional from Delhi. Apart from this, if you wish you enjoy the road trip, you may also drive your car or book a cab. There are also domestic flights from Delhi, every day. On your visit to Dehradun, do not miss to visit Tiger View Jungle Camp, Sahastradhara, Gurkha Fort, The Kalinga War Memorial, Robber's Cave, and Tapovan. There also are a few of the popular hotels like Hotel Relax Dehradun, Hotel Atithi, Hotel Prince, etc., that are popular for providing comfortable accommodation, modern facilities and exceptional services. Quick Facts: • Distance from Delhi - 245 Kilometers • Hours to Reach By Road - 4 Hours and 30 minutes (approximately) by road • Best Time to Visit - June till November • Located in - Uttaranchal

      Author Bio: Written By Neelam Talreja Neelam Talreja is a Travel Writer with a keen interest in writing about incredible destinations. Her write-ups are detailed and comprising of all relevant details that could accommodate. All write-ups are written after thorough research with a blend of creative writing that will make you travel along.

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  • Is It Safe To Ride A Motorbike Is It Safe To Ride A Motorbike In Vietnam?

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      Written by Elise
      Of the two months we spent in Vietnam a good portion of that was riding everyday. We booked a Motorbiking the Ho Chi Minh Trail tour of Activetravel Asia. Our tour is about 3500km from Hanoi to Saigon (much to the horror of our parents!). We took our time, made many small stops in towns as well as major cities and really got a feel for Vietnam.
      Along the way we met so many travellers who were shocked, awed, surprised and inspired by what we were doing and many a times the question they all asked was ‘Is it safe?’ Every time without fail our answer was‘Yes!’.
      Motorbike tour in Vietnam
      There were of course many things that made our trip more not only safe but more enjoyable. If you’re considering doing the same thing we did or even just hiring a bike for a few days, read these 6 tips below on how to make your trip as safe as possible.
      1. Forget What Road Rules You Already Know

      Riding a motorbike in Vietnam (or any vehicle in South East Asia for that matter!) is very different to what you may be used back at home. The first thing you should know is that while road rules do exist, when on the road they cease to exist-if you get my drift! Forget trying to indicate, using your mirrors or going the speed limit-it just doesn’t happen. At first this may take some getting used to but after a while it works. So many times we would see Vietnamese on their Moto’s pulling out of a road onto a major highway without even looking! It’s just a given that everyone moves around them or out of their way. 
      Now while I’m not saying you should never look when pulling out (a lot of things you’ll still do instinctively) but rather you need to flex your rules to how the Vietnamese do things. For example, while Anthony was riding, if we needed to cross lanes, merge, turn or even slow down I would just stick my hand out (either left or right depending which way) and give it a little shake. Who needs indicators when you have a good old hand wiggle! The thing is, it worked. People knew where we were trying to go. It might seem a little awkward at first, trying to adapt but after a while their driving becomes second nature.

      2. Keep Up With The Flow Of Traffic
      Check Your Speed
      This is probably one of the most important things you can do whilst on a bike. When you first get on, you make feel like you want to go slow (because it feels safer) but in all honesty, doing that will get you into an accident. In larger cities-because there are so many motorbikes-there is an ebb and flow to the traffic. Keeping up with this so called ‘pulse’ makes it easier to move on the road. If you’re travelling on major highways, always keep to the very edge of the road and try and go about 60km/h. It’s unlikely you’ll be able to go any faster and going slower is likely to cause more accidents.
      3. Have Tea Breaks

      If you’re on the road for most of the day (we only ever tried to ride about 3-4 hours a day MAX), it is important to stop for tea breaks. Along both main and country roads there are countless teahouses that will offer you an ice-cold cup of ‘tra da’ (iced tea) for less than a dollar. Many of these places will also serve a soup or a rice dish too if you’re hungry. These stops are important so you can stretch your legs and have a bit of a break from riding, but they are also a great place to meet locals, have a chat with them and get a view into their daily life.
      4. Get A Decent Road Map

      Chekking the Next Destination
      Now while it may sound adventurous and rather ‘Bear Grylls’ of you to travel without a map, it is smarter idea to carry one with you on your trip. Not only can you decide where you want to ride to next, you can also pick and choose places a little more easily. We bought maps that were detailed, had how many km’s there was between towns and also had tourist sites for some places.
      Road signs are actually pretty good in Vietnam and many places/roads were labeled and corresponded to our map. On the off chance they didn’t, or we weren’t sure where we were going, we just pulled up somewhere and asked the locals for some help. We would show them the town on the map and then they would point us in the right direction. Everyone we met was willing and happy to help (so boys, don’t worry about asking for directions!) Not only will a map help keep you safe it is also great to keep check of everywhere you visited in Vietnam.
      5. Take Back Roads
      When you can, take the back roads to your next stop. Not only will they allow you travel slower and be less crowded, but more often than not the sights are breathtaking and the people very friendly.
      Running pretty much the entire length of the country is Highway 1. It’s busy, dusty and very fumy. However, to get to coastal towns, there are times when you’ll have to travel on this. Otherwise opt for the scenic and beautiful, Ho Chi Minh Trail. This road is very quiet, smooth and much more pleasant. Take your time and travel these smaller quieter roads, wherever possible.
      6. Don’t Ride At Night For Long Periods
      Riding at night is ok if you’re just going out to eat or visit markets etc, but try not to travel at night on your bike. Many of the roads have no streetlights, so at night it is more difficult to see what may be ahead of you. There are many dogs, chickens, cows they are constantly on the road, so running into one of them on the road wouldn’t be pleasant or safe. Also, some Vietnamese don’t travel with their headlights on which makes them harder to see. The bottom line-don’t travel at night for a long period of time.
       Now Enjoy The Freedom!
      With these tips in mind, get out there are enjoy riding through Vietnam! You now have the freedom to go wherever and whenever you’d want. Stumbling upon little towns you never thought existed or meeting some of the friendliest people in the world, will surely be an amazing experience. It is hands down the highlight of my trip so far and I know Anthony feels the same. Hopefully you’ll enjoy it just as much as we did!
      Recommend an itinerary Motorbiking the Ho Chi Minh Trail - Complete Challenge of Activetravel Asia.
      Hanoi - Mai Chau - Vinh - Huong Khe - Phong Nha - Dong Hoi - Dong Ha - Khe Sanh - A Luoi - Hoi An - Da Nang - Phuoc Son - Kon Tum - Buon Ma Thuot - Dalat - Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City)
      18-day trip with 11-day motorcycling
      Motorcycling grading: Moderate to challenging
      Highlights 
       
      • Stunning scenery
      • Historical sites
      • Charming ancient trading town of Hoi An
      • Relaxing in Dalat
      • Encountering ethnic minorities
      • Just you, no others travelers

      Read more detail at:  http://www.activetravelvietnam.com/tour.php?op=detail&tourId=33

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  • Aruba - Near Natural Bridge an Aruba - Near Natural Bridge and Andicuri Bay

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      While the tourists crowded around what's left of the Natural Bridge, wandered off and took a shot of the rocky north shore.

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  • Sundarban Seagul Sundarban Seagul

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      21ST AUGUST IS OBSERVED AS SUNDARBAN DAY

      SUNDARBAN IS THE LARGEST DELTA SITUATED AT THE ESTUARY OF GANGES, BRAHMAPUTRA & MEGHNA RIVER BESIDE THE BAY OF BENGAL AND IT IS ALSO THE LARGEST  MANGROVE FOREST IN THE  WORLD. NOT ONLY THAT SUNDARBAN IS DECLARED AS “WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE SITE” BY unesco IN 1985.  TOTAL AREA OF SUNDARBAN IS 9630 SQ. KM. OUT OF WHICH 1700SQ. KM. IS CORE SUNDARBAN AREA. THERE ARE 102 ISLANDS IN INDIAN SUNDARBAN AREA OUT OF WHICH 54 IS OF HUMAN HABITAT AND 48 IS OF WILD HABITAT. THERE ARE TWO PARTS OF SUNDARBAN (1) STR(SUNDARBAN TIGER RESERVE) AND (2)SBR (SUNDARBAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE). MANY VISITORS COME EVERY YEAR TO VIEW THE WORLD’S FEROCIOUS ROYAL BENGAL TIGER. NOT ONLY TIGER. IT HAS ALSO THE SCENIC BEAUTY FULL OF QUIET AND CALM NATURE. IT IS SUPPOSED THAT AROUND 274 TIGERS ARE IN THE INDIAN SUNDARBAN FOREST AREA OUT OF WHICH 249 IN STR AND 25 IN SBR.MORE THAN 1.5 LAKHS PEOPLE ARE DIRECTLY DEPENDENT ON SUNDARBAN FOR LIVELIHOOD “BOBO-BIBI” IS CONSIDERED AS THE GODESS OF THE SUNDARBAN FOREST.


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  • Sundarban Deer Park Sundarban Deer Park

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      21ST AUGUST IS OBSERVED AS SUNDARBAN DAY

      SUNDARBAN IS THE LARGEST DELTA SITUATED AT THE ESTUARY OF GANGES, BRAHMAPUTRA & MEGHNA RIVER BESIDE THE BAY OF BENGAL AND IT IS ALSO THE LARGEST  MANGROVE FOREST IN THE  WORLD. NOT ONLY THAT SUNDARBAN IS DECLARED AS “WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE SITE” BY unesco IN 1985.  TOTAL AREA OF SUNDARBAN IS 9630 SQ. KM. OUT OF WHICH 1700SQ. KM. IS CORE SUNDARBAN AREA. THERE ARE 102 ISLANDS IN INDIAN SUNDARBAN AREA OUT OF WHICH 54 IS OF HUMAN HABITAT AND 48 IS OF WILD HABITAT. THERE ARE TWO PARTS OF SUNDARBAN (1) STR(SUNDARBAN TIGER RESERVE) AND (2)SBR (SUNDARBAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE). MANY VISITORS COME EVERY YEAR TO VIEW THE WORLD’S FEROCIOUS ROYAL BENGAL TIGER. NOT ONLY TIGER. IT HAS ALSO THE SCENIC BEAUTY FULL OF QUIET AND CALM NATURE. IT IS SUPPOSED THAT AROUND 274 TIGERS ARE IN THE INDIAN SUNDARBAN FOREST AREA OUT OF WHICH 249 IN STR AND 25 IN SBR.MORE THAN 1.5 LAKHS PEOPLE ARE DIRECTLY DEPENDENT ON SUNDARBAN FOR LIVELIHOOD “BOBO-BIBI” IS CONSIDERED AS THE GODESS OF THE SUNDARBAN FOREST.


      WE PROVIDE AC LAUNCH, BOAT, LODGE AND ALSO PROVIDE PACKAGE TOURS / OFFICE TOUR/ EXCURSION TOUR AND CONFERRENCE ROOM/ CATERING ETC. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE SUNDARBAN, ONE AMONG SEVEN WONDERS, THE WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

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  • Sundarban Monkey Sundarban Monkey

    • From: Sundarban
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      21ST AUGUST IS OBSERVED AS SUNDARBAN DAY

      SUNDARBAN IS THE LARGEST DELTA SITUATED AT THE ESTUARY OF GANGES, BRAHMAPUTRA & MEGHNA RIVER BESIDE THE BAY OF BENGAL AND IT IS ALSO THE LARGEST  MANGROVE FOREST IN THE  WORLD. NOT ONLY THAT SUNDARBAN IS DECLARED AS “WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE SITE” BY unesco IN 1985.  TOTAL AREA OF SUNDARBAN IS 9630 SQ. KM. OUT OF WHICH 1700SQ. KM. IS CORE SUNDARBAN AREA. THERE ARE 102 ISLANDS IN INDIAN SUNDARBAN AREA OUT OF WHICH 54 IS OF HUMAN HABITAT AND 48 IS OF WILD HABITAT. THERE ARE TWO PARTS OF SUNDARBAN (1) STR(SUNDARBAN TIGER RESERVE) AND (2)SBR (SUNDARBAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE). MANY VISITORS COME EVERY YEAR TO VIEW THE WORLD’S FEROCIOUS ROYAL BENGAL TIGER. NOT ONLY TIGER. IT HAS ALSO THE SCENIC BEAUTY FULL OF QUIET AND CALM NATURE. IT IS SUPPOSED THAT AROUND 274 TIGERS ARE IN THE INDIAN SUNDARBAN FOREST AREA OUT OF WHICH 249 IN STR AND 25 IN SBR.MORE THAN 1.5 LAKHS PEOPLE ARE DIRECTLY DEPENDENT ON SUNDARBAN FOR LIVELIHOOD “BOBO-BIBI” IS CONSIDERED AS THE GODESS OF THE SUNDARBAN FOREST.


      WE PROVIDE AC LAUNCH, BOAT, LODGE AND ALSO PROVIDE PACKAGE TOURS / OFFICE TOUR/ EXCURSION TOUR AND CONFERRENCE ROOM/ CATERING ETC. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE SUNDARBAN, ONE AMONG SEVEN WONDERS, THE WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

      www.sundarbanmt.webs.com

      +919732466250

      +919531674566

      +913218-290075

      +913218-232110


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  • Sundarban crocodile taking sun Sundarban crocodile taking sunlight

    • From: Sundarban
    • Description:

      21ST AUGUST IS OBSERVED AS SUNDARBAN DAY

      SUNDARBAN IS THE LARGEST DELTA SITUATED AT THE ESTUARY OF GANGES, BRAHMAPUTRA & MEGHNA RIVER BESIDE THE BAY OF BENGAL AND IT IS ALSO THE LARGEST  MANGROVE FOREST IN THE  WORLD. NOT ONLY THAT SUNDARBAN IS DECLARED AS “WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE SITE” BY unesco IN 1985.  TOTAL AREA OF SUNDARBAN IS 9630 SQ. KM. OUT OF WHICH 1700SQ. KM. IS CORE SUNDARBAN AREA. THERE ARE 102 ISLANDS IN INDIAN SUNDARBAN AREA OUT OF WHICH 54 IS OF HUMAN HABITAT AND 48 IS OF WILD HABITAT. THERE ARE TWO PARTS OF SUNDARBAN (1) STR(SUNDARBAN TIGER RESERVE) AND (2)SBR (SUNDARBAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE). MANY VISITORS COME EVERY YEAR TO VIEW THE WORLD’S FEROCIOUS ROYAL BENGAL TIGER. NOT ONLY TIGER. IT HAS ALSO THE SCENIC BEAUTY FULL OF QUIET AND CALM NATURE. IT IS SUPPOSED THAT AROUND 274 TIGERS ARE IN THE INDIAN SUNDARBAN FOREST AREA OUT OF WHICH 249 IN STR AND 25 IN SBR.MORE THAN 1.5 LAKHS PEOPLE ARE DIRECTLY DEPENDENT ON SUNDARBAN FOR LIVELIHOOD “BOBO-BIBI” IS CONSIDERED AS THE GODESS OF THE SUNDARBAN FOREST.


      WE PROVIDE AC LAUNCH, BOAT, LODGE AND ALSO PROVIDE PACKAGE TOURS / OFFICE TOUR/ EXCURSION TOUR AND CONFERRENCE ROOM/ CATERING ETC. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE SUNDARBAN, ONE AMONG SEVEN WONDERS, THE WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

      www.sundarbanmt.webs.com

      +919732466250

      +919531674566

      +913218-290075

      +913218-232110


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  • Sundarban Tourist Boat Sundarban Tourist Boat

    • From: Sundarban
    • Description:

      21ST AUGUST IS OBSERVED AS SUNDARBAN DAY

      SUNDARBAN IS THE LARGEST DELTA SITUATED AT THE ESTUARY OF GANGES, BRAHMAPUTRA & MEGHNA RIVER BESIDE THE BAY OF BENGAL AND IT IS ALSO THE LARGEST  MANGROVE FOREST IN THE  WORLD. NOT ONLY THAT SUNDARBAN IS DECLARED AS “WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE SITE” BY unesco IN 1985.  TOTAL AREA OF SUNDARBAN IS 9630 SQ. KM. OUT OF WHICH 1700SQ. KM. IS CORE SUNDARBAN AREA. THERE ARE 102 ISLANDS IN INDIAN SUNDARBAN AREA OUT OF WHICH 54 IS OF HUMAN HABITAT AND 48 IS OF WILD HABITAT. THERE ARE TWO PARTS OF SUNDARBAN (1) STR(SUNDARBAN TIGER RESERVE) AND (2)SBR (SUNDARBAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE). MANY VISITORS COME EVERY YEAR TO VIEW THE WORLD’S FEROCIOUS ROYAL BENGAL TIGER. NOT ONLY TIGER. IT HAS ALSO THE SCENIC BEAUTY FULL OF QUIET AND CALM NATURE. IT IS SUPPOSED THAT AROUND 274 TIGERS ARE IN THE INDIAN SUNDARBAN FOREST AREA OUT OF WHICH 249 IN STR AND 25 IN SBR.MORE THAN 1.5 LAKHS PEOPLE ARE DIRECTLY DEPENDENT ON SUNDARBAN FOR LIVELIHOOD “BOBO-BIBI” IS CONSIDERED AS THE GODESS OF THE SUNDARBAN FOREST.


      WE PROVIDE AC LAUNCH, BOAT, LODGE AND ALSO PROVIDE PACKAGE TOURS / OFFICE TOUR/ EXCURSION TOUR AND CONFERRENCE ROOM/ CATERING ETC. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE SUNDARBAN, ONE AMONG SEVEN WONDERS, THE WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

      www.sundarbanmt.webs.com

      +919732466250

      +919531674566

      +913218-290075

      +913218-232110


    • 9 months ago
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  • Sundarban canopy Walk Sundarban canopy Walk

    • From: Sundarban
    • Description:

      21ST AUGUST IS OBSERVED AS SUNDARBAN DAY

      SUNDARBAN IS THE LARGEST DELTA SITUATED AT THE ESTUARY OF GANGES, BRAHMAPUTRA & MEGHNA RIVER BESIDE THE BAY OF BENGAL AND IT IS ALSO THE LARGEST  MANGROVE FOREST IN THE  WORLD. NOT ONLY THAT SUNDARBAN IS DECLARED AS “WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE SITE” BY unesco IN 1985.  TOTAL AREA OF SUNDARBAN IS 9630 SQ. KM. OUT OF WHICH 1700SQ. KM. IS CORE SUNDARBAN AREA. THERE ARE 102 ISLANDS IN INDIAN SUNDARBAN AREA OUT OF WHICH 54 IS OF HUMAN HABITAT AND 48 IS OF WILD HABITAT. THERE ARE TWO PARTS OF SUNDARBAN (1) STR(SUNDARBAN TIGER RESERVE) AND (2)SBR (SUNDARBAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE). MANY VISITORS COME EVERY YEAR TO VIEW THE WORLD’S FEROCIOUS ROYAL BENGAL TIGER. NOT ONLY TIGER. IT HAS ALSO THE SCENIC BEAUTY FULL OF QUIET AND CALM NATURE. IT IS SUPPOSED THAT AROUND 274 TIGERS ARE IN THE INDIAN SUNDARBAN FOREST AREA OUT OF WHICH 249 IN STR AND 25 IN SBR.MORE THAN 1.5 LAKHS PEOPLE ARE DIRECTLY DEPENDENT ON SUNDARBAN FOR LIVELIHOOD “BOBO-BIBI” IS CONSIDERED AS THE GODESS OF THE SUNDARBAN FOREST.


      WE PROVIDE AC LAUNCH, BOAT, LODGE AND ALSO PROVIDE PACKAGE TOURS / OFFICE TOUR/ EXCURSION TOUR AND CONFERRENCE ROOM/ CATERING ETC. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE SUNDARBAN, ONE AMONG SEVEN WONDERS, THE WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

      www.sundarbanmt.webs.com

      +919732466250

      +919531674566

      +913218-290075

      +913218-232110


    • 9 months ago
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  • Royal Bengal Tiger Royal Bengal Tiger

    • From: Sundarban
    • Description:

      21ST AUGUST IS OBSERVED AS SUNDARBAN DAY

      SUNDARBAN IS THE LARGEST DELTA SITUATED AT THE ESTUARY OF GANGES, BRAHMAPUTRA & MEGHNA RIVER BESIDE THE BAY OF BENGAL AND IT IS ALSO THE LARGEST  MANGROVE FOREST IN THE  WORLD. NOT ONLY THAT SUNDARBAN IS DECLARED AS “WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE SITE” BY unesco IN 1985.  TOTAL AREA OF SUNDARBAN IS 9630 SQ. KM. OUT OF WHICH 1700SQ. KM. IS CORE SUNDARBAN AREA. THERE ARE 102 ISLANDS IN INDIAN SUNDARBAN AREA OUT OF WHICH 54 IS OF HUMAN HABITAT AND 48 IS OF WILD HABITAT. THERE ARE TWO PARTS OF SUNDARBAN (1) STR(SUNDARBAN TIGER RESERVE) AND (2)SBR (SUNDARBAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE). MANY VISITORS COME EVERY YEAR TO VIEW THE WORLD’S FEROCIOUS ROYAL BENGAL TIGER. NOT ONLY TIGER. IT HAS ALSO THE SCENIC BEAUTY FULL OF QUIET AND CALM NATURE. IT IS SUPPOSED THAT AROUND 274 TIGERS ARE IN THE INDIAN SUNDARBAN FOREST AREA OUT OF WHICH 249 IN STR AND 25 IN SBR.MORE THAN 1.5 LAKHS PEOPLE ARE DIRECTLY DEPENDENT ON SUNDARBAN FOR LIVELIHOOD “BOBO-BIBI” IS CONSIDERED AS THE GODESS OF THE SUNDARBAN FOREST.


      WE PROVIDE AC LAUNCH, BOAT, LODGE AND ALSO PROVIDE PACKAGE TOURS / OFFICE TOUR/ EXCURSION TOUR AND CONFERRENCE ROOM/ CATERING ETC. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE SUNDARBAN, ONE AMONG SEVEN WONDERS, THE WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

      www.sundarbanmt.webs.com

      +919732466250

      +919531674566

      +913218-290075

      +913218-232110


    • 9 months ago
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  • Sundarban quiet nature Sundarban quiet nature

    • From: Sundarban
    • Description:

      21ST AUGUST IS OBSERVED AS SUNDARBAN DAY

      SUNDARBAN IS THE LARGEST DELTA SITUATED AT THE ESTUARY OF GANGES, BRAHMAPUTRA & MEGHNA RIVER BESIDE THE BAY OF BENGAL AND IT IS ALSO THE LARGEST  MANGROVE FOREST IN THE  WORLD. NOT ONLY THAT SUNDARBAN IS DECLARED AS “WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE SITE” BY unesco IN 1985.  TOTAL AREA OF SUNDARBAN IS 9630 SQ. KM. OUT OF WHICH 1700SQ. KM. IS CORE SUNDARBAN AREA. THERE ARE 102 ISLANDS IN INDIAN SUNDARBAN AREA OUT OF WHICH 54 IS OF HUMAN HABITAT AND 48 IS OF WILD HABITAT. THERE ARE TWO PARTS OF SUNDARBAN (1) STR(SUNDARBAN TIGER RESERVE) AND (2)SBR (SUNDARBAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE). MANY VISITORS COME EVERY YEAR TO VIEW THE WORLD’S FEROCIOUS ROYAL BENGAL TIGER. NOT ONLY TIGER. IT HAS ALSO THE SCENIC BEAUTY FULL OF QUIET AND CALM NATURE. IT IS SUPPOSED THAT AROUND 274 TIGERS ARE IN THE INDIAN SUNDARBAN FOREST AREA OUT OF WHICH 249 IN STR AND 25 IN SBR.MORE THAN 1.5 LAKHS PEOPLE ARE DIRECTLY DEPENDENT ON SUNDARBAN FOR LIVELIHOOD “BOBO-BIBI” IS CONSIDERED AS THE GODESS OF THE SUNDARBAN FOREST.


      WE PROVIDE AC LAUNCH, BOAT, LODGE AND ALSO PROVIDE PACKAGE TOURS / OFFICE TOUR/ EXCURSION TOUR AND CONFERRENCE ROOM/ CATERING ETC. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE SUNDARBAN, ONE AMONG SEVEN WONDERS, THE WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

      www.sundarbanmt.webs.com

      +919732466250

      +919531674566

      +913218-290075

      +913218-232110


    • 9 months ago
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  • Bolinas Cliff View Bolinas Cliff View

    • From: dbrown1793
    • Description:

      An incredible view of the Pacific Ocean from the cliffs just west of Bolinas, California. No guardrails.

    • 10 months ago
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