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  • Brazil this Summer: FIFA World Brazil this Summer: FIFA World Cup 2014

    • From: TrippinTammy
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      FIFA Brazil ExcitementNothing more exciting is scheduled for this summer than FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil. Sports fans the world over will be making their way to Brazil for the international men's football (soccer to those in the United States!) tournament that is scheduled from June 12 to July 13, 2014. 

      World Cup has a long history; this year marks the 20th FIFA World Cup, with the first World Cup being in Argentina in 1930. It has been held every four years since then, with the exception of 1942 and 1946 due to World War II. In other words, World Cup is on par with the Olympics. 

      FIFA stands for Fédération Internationale de Football Association, which oversees the sport. The tournament consists of 32 teams competing at venues within the host nation; this is the World Cup Finals and is the culmination of the previous three years of play and qualification. Currently, the champion is Spain. They won the tournament in South Africa in 2010 and are favored to win.  

      This is just the second time that Brazil was chosen to host the competition. FIFA chose Brazil after deciding that the tournament should be in South America. The last time the tournament was held in South America was in Argentina in 1978; the last time in Brazil was 1950. 

      There will be 64 matches played in twelve cities across Brazil in new or totally renewed stadiums. These matches will include all of the world champion teams since the World Cup began in 1930---Italy, Germany, Uruguay, England, France, Argentina, Spain and Brazil. 

      Brazil has a storied World Cup history as well, with five championships and once fielding the most well-known football player worldwide to ever play the game--Pele, who made 77 goals in just 92 appearances, Brazil's all-time leading scorer, who made a name for himself by making the winning game against its country's rival Argentina at the age of 16. Maracana stadium

      Awesome way to spend a week, or a whole month, in Brazil! My plans are to spend a week in Brazil seeing some of the sights, and I have already scored some tickets for myself and my brother and will be in the stands for the Spain vs. the Netherlands match on June 13 in Salvador! 

      I also got a great tip about transportation from a friend of mine who has spend lots of time in Brazil going to conferences. She said the taxi drivers sometimes scam tourists and it was safer to set up transfers online with Brazil Airport Transfers. She even said her plane was hours late and the driver was still waiting for her with a sign. That sounds like great service!

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  • Top 5 Indian National Parks wi Top 5 Indian National Parks with a Unique Tale

    • From: tanmaysharma1980
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      Painted in the colors of biodiversity, the Indian National Parks are counted amongst best destinations for sighting different species of wild beings. Be it the mountains of the north or the wetlands of the south, there stands a well maintained national park in every corner of India. The icing to the cake is that every national park of India has something special that entices the wildlife buffs from far and wide. Penning down the unique selling points of every national park is an uphill task; therefore, mentioned below are the USPs of the top most visited wildlife destinations of India. Enjoy reading.

       

      Jim Corbett National Park

      Bengal Tiger

      Establishment Year: 1936
      Location:
      Uttarakhand

      The USPs:

      • Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park of the Asian Continent.

      The very first thing that everyone should know about the Jim Corbett National Park is that it was the first established national park not only in India, but in Asia. The establishment of this national park could happen only after the contributions made by Edward James Corbett. He was initially a British hunter who shot down many man-eating tigers, but later turned into a conservationist and provided a helping hand in setting up a safe abode for these wild cats.

      • The first reserve under the Project Tiger

      Instigated in the year 1973, Project Tiger is an initiative by the Government of India to save the big cats. The Jim Corbett National Park was the first tiger reserve announced under this project. In fact, it is where the project was launched.

      How to reach

      By Air: Located just 80 kilometers from Corbett, Pratapnagar Airport is the nearest airport to the park. Taxis and cabs are easily available at the airport.

      By Rail: Ramnagar Railway Station is the closest to the Corbett National Park (just 5 kilometers). This station is well connected with major cities and trains are also very frequent.

      By Road: Properly connected with motorable roads, Jim Corbett National Park can be easily reached via cab or bus. One can easily board a bus from ISBT Anand Vihar, New Delhi.

      Where to stay

      Being one of the top visited wildlife destinations, Corbett National Park is facilitated with various accommodation options. Some of the comfortable staycation choices are stated below:

      • Corbett Leela Villas
      • Quality Inn Corbett Jungle Resort
      • Dhikala Corbett Lodge
      • The Wild Safari Lodge
      • Wild Crest Resort

      These are just a few to name, followed by various other resorts and hotels in Corbett that offer value-for-money hospitality.

      Nearby Attractions

      Besides delving into the wildlife in Corbett, visitors can enjoy other charms as well, like:

      • Kosi River
      • Garjiya Devi Temple
      • Corbett Falls

      Best time to visit

      The gates are open from mid November to June end. However, as Jim Corbett is more famous as a tiger sighting destination, the best time to catch the glimpse of the big cats is March to May.

       

      Kaziranga National Park 

      RhinoRhino

      Establishment Year: 1974
      Location:
      Assam

      The USPs:

      • The Kaziranga National Park boasts off the world’s largest populace of One-Horned Rhinoceros.

      Situated far away from the hustle-bustle of present human life, Kaziranga provides a healthy home to the maximum number of One-Horned Rhinoceros in the world. One-Horned Rhinos are among the endangered wildlife species dwindling gradually. Kaziranga seems to be the last resort for this endangered mammal.

      It is not as easy as a pie to be called as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, but Kaziranga National Park made its way to this honor. The park won the title in the year of 1985 as it stood firm on the (ix) and (x) criteria of UNESCO that are stated below:

      (ix) to be outstanding examples representing significant on-going ecological and biological processes in the evolution and development of terrestrial, fresh water, coastal and marine ecosystems and communities of plants and animals.

      (x) to contain the most important and significant natural habitats for in-situ conservation of biological diversity, including those containing threatened species of outstanding universal value from the point of view of science or conservation.

      • Proximity to The Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation & Conservation (CWRC)

      The Centre of Wildlife Rehabilitation & Conservation (CWRC) was set up in year 2002, under Wildlife Trust of India (WTI). Established near the Kaziranga National Park, it is the very first rescue and rehab centre for wildlife emergencies in India. Wildlife enthusiasts can visit this centre and witness the widely acclaimed wonderful efforts made by CWRC to help in the conservation of wild beings.

      How to reach

      By Air: There are two airports for reaching the Kaziranga National Park. One is at Guwahati, which is about 211.7 kilometers away and the other one is at Jorhat, which is approx 113 kilometers away from the park. Daily flights are available for both the airports. Upon arrival, tourists can hire a cab or mini bus to reach Kaziranga. 

      By Rail: The nearest railway stations to the park are at Jakhalabandha and Furkating.

      By Bus: Bus and cab facilities are available from Guwahati, a six hour drive and Jorhat, a two hour drive.

      Where to stay

      Some of the best hotels and resorts to stay in Kaziranga National Park are listed below:

      • Wild Grass Lodge
      • Bon Habi Jungle Resort
      • Kaziranga Resort
      • Landmark Woods
      • Aranya Resort

      Top notch amenities and matchless comfort are the main gifts that these hotels render at your disposal.

      Nearby Attractions

      Located near the park is the Karbi Village, which greets visitors warmly. A visit to the village offers tourists a walk amid the lush coffee and rubber plantation.

      Best time to visit

      November to end of April is the best time to visit the Kaziranga National Park.

      Gir National Park

      Asiatic Lion

      Establishment Year: 1965

      Location: Gujarat

      The USPs:

      • The only abode of the Asiatic Lions (Panthera Leo Persica)

      Earlier, the big cats were spread widely in different parts of the globe including Asia Minor and Arabia through Persia to India. Unfortunately, due to reckless hunting, the number of Asiatic Lions witnessed a great turn down. The state became so worst that these cats got listed under the Red List of Threatened Species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Thanks to the continuous and effective conservation efforts. Presently, the Asiatic Lions have been set free from this disquietude. It is the Gir Forest National Park that provides a safe abode to the Asiatic Lions. As per the recent census of 2011, the count of big cats at Gir was 411.

      How to Reach

      By Air: The closest airport for reaching Gir is at Keshod (86.2 kilometers away). Daily flights are available from Mumbai to Keshod. Upon arrival, tourists can hire a cab or taxi to Gir.

      By Rail: The nearest railway station is at Junagadh. Trains from Ahmedabad, Rajkot and other major cities arrive here.

      By Road: From Ahmedabad it is 400 kilometers drive via Rajkot, Junagadh and Mendarda. Buses as well, are easily available.

      Where to Stay

      There is a plethora of budget, deluxe and luxury accommodation options in and around the Gir National Park. A few to name:

      •  Lion Safari Camp
      • Sukhsagar Resort
      • The Fern Resort
      • Gir Birding Lodge
      • The Gir Jungle Lodge

      Every hotel is special in itself, but there is one thing in common - ‘warm hospitality’.

      Nearby Attractions

      Along with the Gir National Park, visitors can also explore several other tourist charms located in and around the place. Some of them are stated below:

      ·         Kankai Temple

      ·         Bhimdeval Sun Temple

      ·         Orchards of Kesar Mangoes

      Best Time to Visit

      October to May is the ideal time for visiting the Gir National Park.

       

      Sundarbans National Park

      Sunderban National Park

      Establishment Year: 1984
      Location: West Bengal

      The USPs:

      • Home of the Amphibian Tigers

      Everyone knows that tigers are the beasts of the woods, but in Sundarbans the scene is tad different. The tigers of Sundarbans don’t only rule over the land, but also over the water. They swim and prey on aquatic species, which is not commonly found in most of the tigers.

      • Cossets World’s Largest Mangrove Forests

      The dense mangroves that sway on the wetland of Sundarbans are one of the most productive of all natural ecosystems. Further, this national park cuddles world’s largest cover of mangroves.

      • Stands as the largest tiger reserve of India

      Declared as a tiger reserve in 1973 (which means it was one of the first nine reserves established under Project Tiger), Sundarbans is famous for forming the largest tiger reserve of India.

      Like Kaziranga, Sundarbans National Park is also a part of the coveted list of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. The park got this title in year 1987.  The criteria under which the park was declared as a World Heritage Site are same as of Kaziranga National Park. Criteria (ix) and (x):

      (ix) to be outstanding examples representing significant on-going ecological and biological processes in the evolution and development of terrestrial, fresh water, coastal and marine ecosystems and communities of plants and animals.

      (x) to contain the most important and significant natural habitats for in-situ conservation of biological diversity, including those containing threatened species of outstanding universal value from the point of view of science or conservation.

      How to Reach

      By Air: Netaji Subhash Chandra Airport, Kolkata is the nearest airport for reaching the Sundarbans National Park. It is just 140 kilometers.

      By Rail: Located just 29 kilometers from entry gate of the national park, Canning is the nearest railway station.

      By Road: The Park is well connected with Kolkata - Basanti Highway.

      Where to Stay

      Tigers have always been the first love of every wildlife enthusiast and thus, Sundarbans entices huge crowd in every tourist season. Considering the interest of visitors in the park, the authorities established several hotels and resorts in and around Sundarbans, some of them are mentioned below:

      • Sundarbans Mangrove Retreat
      • Sajnekhali Tourist Lodge
      • Sundarbans Tiger Camp

      Offering the best in class comfort is the specialty of these hotels.

      Nearby Attractions

      Besides the big cats, there are various tourist charms to experience while in the Sundarbans National Park. A few of them have been listed below:

      • Sajnekhali Watch Tower
      • Dobanki Watch Tower
      • Sudhanyakhali Watch tower
      • Neti Dhopani Watch Tower
      • Kumirmari Watch Tower
      • Jhingamari Watch Tower
      • Bonnie camp Watch Tower
      • Bhagabatpur Crocodile Park
      • Chargheri Char

      Best Time to Visit

      Though the park remains open throughout the year, wildlife enthusiasts who wish to catch the sight of the amphibian tigers must visit the place between October to April.

       

      Kanha National Park

      Kanha National Park

      Establishment Year: 1955
      Location: Madhya Pradesh

      The USPs:

      • The Land of Mowgli

      The Jungle Book would have been a part of everyone’s childhood, but do you know who played the major part in sketching the Jungle Book? Well, it was the Kanha National Park. The Jungle Book is one of the best selling classics written by Rudyard Kipling, and it was the wilderness of Kanha that helped the book in earning accolades. Be it the devilish Sher Khan (Bengal Tiger), the friendly Baloo (Sloth Bear), the notorious Bandar-log (bunch of monkeys) or the highly concerned Bagheera (Black Panther), all the wild characters were the inhabitants of the Kanha National Park.

      How to Reach

      By Air: Jabalpur and Nagpur are two nearest airports for Kanha National Park. Frequent flights to Nagpur are easily available from any airport across India. On reaching the airport, tourists need to drive to the park.

      By Rail: Similarly, the closest railway stations are also at Jabalpur and Nagpur. Without any hassle, daily trains can be boarded for both of the stations.

      By Road: First, visitors need to reach Jabalpur, Bilaspur or Raipur; thereafter, he or she can hire a bus or cab service to reach the Kanha National Park.

      Where to Stay

      Being the Mowgli Land, the Kanha National Park has always been a major wildlife attraction, alluring tourists from far and wide. Further, to ensure the comfortable stay of visitors amid the wilderness, there are various accommodation options in Kanha, to name a few:

      • Krishna Jungle Resort
      • Royal Tiger Resort
      • Kanha Jungle Lodge
      • The Celebration Van Villas
      • The Wild Chalet Resort

      Serving guests with top notch facilities and warm hospitality is the priority of these hotels.

      Nearby Attractions

      There is no second thought to the fact that the wild beings are the main temptation for the visitors but it’s not just the fauna and flora to be explored. Some other tourist charms in and around the Kanha National Park are:

      ·         Kawardha Palace

      ·         Kanha Museum

      ·         Mandla Fort

      ·         Ramnagar Fort

      Best Time to Visit

      The park remains open from October to June, but the ideal time for sighting tigers in Kanha is March to May.

       

      These were some of the most famous national parks of India along with their Unique Selling Points. Hope you had a wonderful reading experience. If you wish to know more about these parks, it’s better to plan a tour to the Indian National Parks.

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  • National Park Safari Experienc National Park Safari Experiences within Sri Lanka

    • From: tailormadeholidays
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      Sri Lanka has a beautifully diverse environment, with landscapes of rolling green hills, tea plantations, sandy coastlines and jungle roaming with wild life. It’s in this way that Sri Lanka holidays can provide a variety of experiences to tourists, with a choice in locations depending on holiday desires.

      Yala National Park

      The exotic creatures of National Parks like Yala are especially exciting, and put guests right at the heart of the country’s unspoilt nature. Such a setting is not only incredibly serene, but also exciting through the Sri Lanka safari excursions that can be enjoyed. A tour guide can take tourists through the wilderness in a land rover, providing information on various species and their behaviour, while also stopping to allow those on board to take as many pictures as they want.

      Yala is especially well known for being the best place to see leopards, as well as elephants, crocodiles, deer, wild boars and a plethora of fascinating bird species. There’s a sense of delving into the unknown on one of these tours, as you never quite know what you’re going to be lucky enough to see.

      SriLanka National Park Holidays

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      Sri Lanka Hotels

       

      When it comes to finding a hotel that is nearby to national parks, there are plenty to consider in Yala. Both the Cinnamon Wild Yala and Chaaya Wild Yala are well known for being luxurious and comfortable places to stay, with architecture that resembles the environment and in turn casts a warm ambience amongst the quiet greenery that it sits amongst. Those staying are sure to feel like they’re completely shut off from the rush of the rest of the world, able to relax and take in the sights.

       

      Sri Lanka Beach Holidays

       

      For those that want to be beside the beach, yet also have a chance to experience seeing some wild life on a safari can choose to stay in beach resorts that are nearby to national parks, or to stay in Yala and then take a day trip to the nearest beaches, which are Hambantota and Tangalle, potentially staying overnight in these if looking to have a few days in a different type of setting.


      Sri Lanka National Park holidays can be booked through Direct Traveller, a specialist tour operator to the region. Direct Traveller offers a quality service in the many areas of Sri Lanka.

      For further details visit  www.directtraveller.com or call 0844 414 3073

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  • Philipsburg Courthouse Philipsburg Courthouse

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      Philipsburg is a fairly nice town compared to many Caribbean ports. It was definitely cleaner than some port towns. Often filled with cruise ships (there were 5 while we were there) we still didn't find the crowds overwhelming. The town has both upscale and junky tourist shopping, even a crafts market. It should be noted that while you can and should haggle at the crafts market, the various sellers seem to have agreed on the lowest price anuy of them will offer. Everytime one vendor offered my wife a price lower than she had found at any of the other vendors, the vendor would look around and lower her voice.

      The boardwalk is filled with hotels and restuarant/bars catering to the tourists but generall reasonably priced and the food wasn't bad. The ocean side of the boardwalk was a broad beach with a marina and the cruise ships to one side. A very pleasant walk with a quaint courthouse just a block off the boardwalk.

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  • Philipsburg boardwalk Philipsburg boardwalk

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      Philipsburg is a fairly nice town compared to many Caribbean ports. It was definitely cleaner than some port towns. Often filled with cruise ships (there were 5 while we were there) we still didn't find the crowds overwhelming. The town has both upscale and junky tourist shopping, even a crafts market. It should be noted that while you can and should haggle at the crafts market, the various sellers seem to have agreed on the lowest price anuy of them will offer. Everytime one vendor offered my wife a price lower than she had found at any of the other vendors, the vendor would look around and lower her voice.

      The boardwalk is filled with hotels and restuarant/bars catering to the tourists but generall reasonably priced and the food wasn't bad. The ocean side of the boardwalk was a broad beach with a marina and the cruise ships to one side. A very pleasant walk with a quaint courthouse just a block off the boardwalk.

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  • Philipsburg beach Philipsburg beach

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      Philipsburg is a fairly nice town compared to many Caribbean ports. It was definitely cleaner than some port towns. Often filled with cruise ships (there were 5 while we were there) we still didn't find the crowds overwhelming. The town has both upscale and junky tourist shopping, even a crafts market. It should be noted that while you can and should haggle at the crafts market, the various sellers seem to have agreed on the lowest price anuy of them will offer. Everytime one vendor offered my wife a price lower than she had found at any of the other vendors, the vendor would look around and lower her voice.

      The boardwalk is filled with hotels and restuarant/bars catering to the tourists but generall reasonably priced and the food wasn't bad. The ocean side of the boardwalk was a broad beach with a marina and the cruise ships to one side. A very pleasant walk with a quaint courthouse just a block off the boardwalk.

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  • over Philipsburg, St. Maarten over Philipsburg, St. Maarten

    • From: gmaso
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      Philipsburg is a fairly nice town compared to many Caribbean ports. It was definitely cleaner than some port towns. Often filled with cruise ships (there were 5 while we were there) we still didn't find the crowds overwhelming. The town has both upscale and junky tourist shopping, even a crafts market. It should be noted that while you can and should haggle at the crafts market, the various sellers seem to have agreed on the lowest price anuy of them will offer. Everytime one vendor offered my wife a price lower than she had found at any of the other vendors, the vendor would look around and lower her voice.

      The boardwalk is filled with hotels and restuarant/bars catering to the tourists but generall reasonably priced and the food wasn't bad. The ocean side of the boardwalk was a broad beach with a marina and the cruise ships to one side. A very pleasant walk with a quaint courthouse just a block off the boardwalk.

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  • 10 Luxury Family Holiday Desti 10 Luxury Family Holiday Destinations 2014

    • From: dharmender
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      As travel to the four corners of the world has become more accessible, an abundance of choice has been created for the family traveller. Yet at the same time as the globe opens up, the options available for a rarefied experience narrow. 

      For family holiday makers in search of luxury, the chance to provide their children with culturally rich excursions that expand their world view are proving to be key drivers in determining choice. To help, here is a list of ten destinations that offer children and adults alike the chance to indulge in the luxury of experience in the maximum of comfort. 

      Barbados 

      The culture the exotic island of Barbados is defined by is its West African, British and Indian historical legacy. This ensures that cricket, afternoon tea and Christianity remain staple passions of the local Bajans, who need no excuse to proudly boast of the fact that there are more churches than bars on the island. 

      The aesthetic too is shaped by this legacy, as the old stone churches and sugar plantations characterise the scenery of this Caribbean gem as much as the glorious white sandy beaches and dreamy ocean views. In terms of luxury hotels, Sandy Lane provides a plethora of activities and facilities to cater for every family need. 
       

      Dubai 

      As recently as 20 years ago, Dubai as we know it simply didn’t exist. Now, however, it’s a bustling ever-changing metropolis set in the heart of the Persian Gulf. A destination of complete opposites, the tranquillity of the desert close by provides a taste of traditional Arabia that is of stark contrast to the ultra-modern shopping malls and extravagant opulence found in the city. 

      Excursions and activities for the whole family are integrated into Dubai’s vibrant tourist economy. For example, one of the most expensive and extravagant hotels found anywhere in the world, the Burj al Arab, now runs the the Jumeirah project; a turtle rehabilitation programme that in its final stage allows children to release the reinvigorated reptiles back into the sea. 

      Egypt 

      Since the dawn of its ancient civilisation Egypt is a country that has been synonymous with luxury. And with its wide range of world class hotels and facilities, this statement is as true today as it ever was. 

      For family travellers looking to indulge into the rich history of Egypt, the city of Luxor provides the ideal central location to plan your adventures from, with the Valley of the Kings nearby. Similarly, as Egypt is home to two of the Seven Wonders of the World in the form of The Great Pyramid of Giza and the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the timeless options for families in search of cultural enrichment are plentiful. 

      France 

      From the romance of Paris right through to the mountainous vistas of the Alps, France is home to a rich and varied landscape. In terms of culture, food and drink is central to the way of life. Therefore France is the perfect country to refine the palette of young and old, with dynamic markets, top class restaurants and hidden eateries aplenty.      

      The Evian resort, just 3km away from the gorgeous Lake Geneva on the Swiss border, provides a fantastic family choice regarding accommodation. For more information on the Evian resort and the activities on offer there, visitwww.totstoo.com/destinations. An additional consideration for those with a very young family intent on embarking on a foreign holiday is the relatively short travel times between the UK and destinations in France. 

      Italy 

      An expedition to Italy offers families a varied spectrum of classical ruins, impressive architecture and fine food, that as a collective represent an amalgamation of culture and history which any place in the world will struggle to compete with. 

      Venice and Florence are just two of many cities that offer a multitude of iconic and beautiful experiences. Whilst Lake Garda which resides within the foothills of the beautiful Dolomites, presents a package of gorgeous hotels, stunning scenery and outdoor pursuits to satisfy even the most demanding of luxury family holiday makers. 

      The United Kingdom 

      For those families with a large brood, travelling abroad in search of a luxury experience can be a daunting and stressful experience. This is why many are choosing keep their holiday plans restricted to local shores, as destinations can be reached simply by jumping in a car or on a train. 

      Rural escapes like the Yorkshire Moors, the Cotswolds and the Jurassic Coast provide rugged and beautiful landscapes full of adventure and opportunity for exploration. Furthermore, cities such as London and Liverpool offer vibrant, multicultural environments that provide an illustration of what defines modern Britain.  

      Seychelles 

      Even though the land mass is small, the Seychelles landscape is diverse, encompassing mountains, tropics, coral islands and  isolated beaches that are the epitome of paradise. For tourists that hold nature close to their hearts, the islands are home to the world renownedCousin Island Special Reserve, a national park teeming with wildlife that is famed for its approach to conservation and eco-tourism. 

      As tourism is the lifeblood of the island, there is a number of beautiful and facility laden hotels and resorts optimised for family comfort. All things considered, the Seychelles offers a unique opportunity for families to explore and absorb the rarest of things; paradise on earth. 

      Finnish Lapland 

      It’s not just the prospect of seeing Father Christmas that makes Finnish Lapland a magical family holiday prospect. Situated near the Arctic Circle, the country is one of the few places on earth that is ideal for viewing the spectacular skies that the Northern Lights produce. 

      Surrounded by amazing alpine surrounding, Hotel Kakslauttanen presents the perfect winter bolthole complete with a range of family-centric activities nearby. These include snow rides led by both huskies and reindeers that traverse icy roads and a possible visit toSanta’s resort.

      It goes without saying that for the best experience families should visit during the festive period, and although this will be expensive, children will be provided with an experience they will never forget. 

      Oman 

      Sweeping deserts and idyllic coastlines provide the unadulterated beauty that has seen Oman fittingly referred to as the Jewell of Arabia. Juxtaposing modernity and tradition the country of Oman delivers a holiday experience that is unique to anywhere in the world. Although because of the extreme heat experienced in the summer months, the best time to visit Oman is between October and March. 

      The influx of wealth to the country has ensured that holidaymakers are able to enjoy access to an innumerable range of world-class, child-friendly facilities, which include resorts, shopping districts, attractions and hotels that cater for every family need conceivable. The most accessible part of the Oman coast resides near the capital of Muscat, where there is the opportunity to embark on dolphin watching tours that will cast each generation in a state of awe and provide an unforgettable experience.  

      Greece 

      For children who are old enough to appreciate it, a visit to Greece offers the chance to appreciate the uniquely rich cultural heritage of a country that has shaped much of what continues to define western civilisation. 

       

      Made up of over 2,000 islands, Greece includes golden sandy beaches, seafront taverns and amazing hotels, including Westin Resort Costa Navarino. From here families can engage in water sports and other activities, as well as using it as a hub for nearby excursions which take in the countries rich historical legacy. 

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  • Experience of the Lifetime at Experience of the Lifetime at the Time

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      The Time Hotel location- Located right at the heart of the midtown Manhattan, this luxurious hotel offers all the colors and with of life to their guests during their stay at the hotel. Reaching the hotel is easiest through The Grand Central Station which is in close proximity from the hotel. The city’s LaGuardia International Airport (LGA) is eight miles and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is seventeen miles away from the hotel.


      The tourists who are interested in exploring the city’s most important destinations, they can check out The Rockfeller Center which is just two blocks away from the hotel and the music lovers will not have to toil much as the Radio City Hall is mere three blocks away. Moreover, the hotel is also within walking distance of Ed Sullivan Theater, Broadway and Circle in the Square Theater. For a quality time in he greens, the hotel also pays easy access to the Central Park where a steady walk can wear off all the day’s tiredness. The shopping fanatics can easily check out some of the most happening shopping places of the city as the hotel is surrounded by Fifth Avenue and Madison and provides some of the best night clubs and restaurants of the city and make the vibrant colors of the city to take over your impulses.


      The hotel has 193 plush air conditioned guestrooms which pays perfect solace and offers the ultimate place to relax and recreate. The rooms are equipped with Flat screen televisions, music systems with in-room minibars and room services are also available and ranges from 185 to 285 USD per night.


      The food at the Time itself is an experience for Serafina the restaurant serves bona fide Italian cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the guests can also check out the chic Inc Lounge for cocktails and indulge in some cozy chatting.


      Besides this the hotel also serves with state-of-art fitness center, Spa and Sauna, Concierge and Wi-Fi access in every room.


      The guests staying at the Time will undoubtedly be having the best time of their life as the city’s offerings can all be found in one single place.

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  • Luxurious accommodations in Mu Luxurious accommodations in Mumbai which ensure Great Mumbai Tour

    • From: akanshaihpl
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      The metropolitan city of Mumbai is known for housing some of the most luxurious and classy hotels of India, which ensures that tourists have a great time here. Deciding which 5-star luxury hotel in Mumbai is the best to stay in can get bit tricky as all of them look so good! 

      Indulging in lavish living comes true in Mumbai when one decides to stay in Luxury Hotels in Mumbai. The city is the largest industrial sector of India. The luxurious facilities, the delicious food and of course the excellent suites; all of them ensure that tourists in Mumbai do not leave disappointed.

      Most of the 5 star hotels in Mumbai are situated in posh and sophisticated areas. Hence, they have become the favorite haunts for leisure tourists and corporate guests who come here every season.

      Given below are some of the most famous Mumbai hotels that haven proven excellent accommodations for a number of years and will continue to do so for centuries to come.

      The Taj Mahal

      • Address: Apollo Bunder, Mumbai - 400 001, Maharashtra, India 
      • No. of Rooms: 560
      • Dining: The Zodiac Grill (European cuisines),  Wasabi by Morimoto (Japanese Cuisines), Golden Dragon (Oriental Cuisines), Masala Kraft (Indian Cuisines), Souk (International Cuisines), Shamiana (Coffee Shop), Sea lounge (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages with multi-cuisines side eateries), La Patisserie (Desserts), Harbour Bar (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages), Starboard (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages with Mexican cuisines), Aquarius (Quick bites with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages) 

      At Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai, the history and luxury are mixed together. Existing as the first harbior landmark in the city, this heritage hotel is the leading hotel in the city. The hotel is the primary choice of accommodation in the city for every movie star, music legend, politicians, rockers, hip-hoppers and even for kings and queens. The popularity of this Mumbai hotel has made it the personal favorite retreat for leading business tycoons as well. A stay in here promises to deliver an unimaginable treasure of memories, and number of ways to celebrate life. The Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai always delivers on its promise. 

      The Oberoi

      • Address: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road, Nariman Point, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400021
      • No. of Rooms: 287
      • Dining: Fenix (Multi-cuisines), Vewtro (Italian Cuisines), Ziya (Indian Restaurant), The Eau bar (alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages), The Champagne Lounge (alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages with finger food), The Oberoi Patisserie and Delicatessen (Desserts)

      The Oberoi Hotel in Mumbai’s exclusive business and shopping district, Nariman Point, is the best way to bask in the luxury of this ultimate destination in India. Surrounded by the ocean, this is a perfect retreat to enjoy privacy and serenity. The rooms are decorated with sophisticated and stylish ornaments and various contemporary amenities are installed in the rooms including some unexpected surprise technological touches. Lady tourists would love to stay at Oberoi, Mumbai, as they are picked up by lady chauffeurs from the airports, and the same lady chauffeurs take them for tours in and around the city in Audi A8 sedans! The hotel keeps up the legendary reputation of Oberoi hotels with unyielding facilities and services.

      Grand Hyatt

      • Address: Off Western Express Highway, Santacruz (East), Mumbai, India, 400 055
      • No. of Rooms: 547
      • Dining: China House (Oriental Cuisines), Celini (Italian Cuisines), Soma (Indian cuisines), Fifty Five East (Multi-cuisines), Lobby Lounge (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages), Gourmet Store (Snacks and beverages), China House Lounge (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages with snacks), The Bar (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages)

      Grand Hyatt hotel in Mumbai is one of the leading luxury hotels in Mumbai. The 5-star resort offers a glimpse into the contemporary lifestyle of Mumbai. Stretching for more than 12 acres, the resort is surrounded by lush greenery all around. For accommodation, there are number of luxurious suites and rooms on offer where the guests are treated with varied modern facilities and services. For meeting and business events in the city, Grand Hyatt has earned a special reputation among travelers. And with shopping and spa facilities on offer for the guests, every discerning business travelers spend a relaxing time here.

      Hyatt Regency

      • Address: Sahara Airport Road, Mumbai, India, 400 099
      • No. of Rooms: 401
      • Dining: Stax (Seafood cuisines), Glasshouse (Multi-cuisines), The Bakery (Desserts), The Bar (alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages)

      Hyatt Regency Hotel in Mumbai provides two things one would look for in their Mumbai luxury hotel: Unparalleled sophistication and exuberant style. No wonder the hotel has been designated as the best business hotel in the city. The close distance from airport and major business districts of the city, Hyatt Regency has become the first choice for corporate travelers. Nearby the hotel, there are several shopping areas which make it ideal for leisure traveling as well. There are several dining choices in the hotel, summing up exquisite cuisines from all around the world. There is an on-site spa to ensure one feels totally comfortable with a stay in here. Hyatt Regency has served several leading corporate personalities and firms over the years.

      Trident Nariman Point

      • Address: 5, Nariman Point, Mumbai
      • Number of Rooms: 575
      • Dining: Frangipani (Mediterranean Cuisines), India Jones (Asia Cuisines), Opium Den (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages), Verandah (Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages with snacks)

      One of the most favorite retreats in Mumbai, Trident Nariman Point has grown to fame, especially among people who wish to spend a good time in Mumbai. There are several entertainment zones nearby the hotel which keeps the leisure tourists on their toes, while the nearby financial districts keep the corporate guests happy and satisfied. The rooms are very spacious here and the technological advancement in India is visible as one enjoys the super contemporary room amenities. The views of Marine Drive that are visible from the hotel truly mesmerize one and all. The hotel features the most favorite brunch special restaurant in Mumbai, Frangipani, which has received several awards and accolades over the years.

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  • Dazzling Dubai: Wonderful attr Dazzling Dubai: Wonderful attractions in Dubai

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      Dubai with time has gained a wonderful reputation is and is really known for being larger than life. There are number of attractions that make the tourists stick around this fantastic place, various shopping malls, amazing luxury desert resorts, water parks and a lot more makes Dubai an extremely superlative tourist spot. This is one of the major places that are considered to be immensely astounding holiday destination.

      If you are planning a holiday at one of the coolest locations, then you can book your flights to Dubai without giving any second thoughts, staying here for a few days in order to enjoy the charisma of this city is not a bad option.The Mall of Emirates

      Dubai no doubt is well known for its startling malls; however, The Mall of Emirates which is also known as home to the indoor ski slope was recently surpassed as the Middle East’s largest mall.

      The beaches in Dubai are the best places if you are looking forward to relaxation make yourself comfortable under a palm tree and relax.

      This is just one side of Dubai, if you wish to experience the other side of it, then it is advisable for you to visit Batskiya quarter or, some of the great traditional villages that are further out of town.

      Climate:

      As Dubai, is a deserted location, it is of no doubts that the climate out here will be hot and sunny which makes it quite roasting. During summers, there’s an 11 hours of sunshine during the day time and the temperature is generally above 37 degrees, at times it even reaches up to 40, such days are known to be the hottest days in Dubai. However, in the evening the temperature drops down to somewhere close to 20 degrees, but you cannot expect the humidity to vanish away, it still exists in the air which makes the atmosphere really uncomfortable. The temperature gets a little milder between December and March, during the day temperature falls in the range from 20s to 30s, in the evening the atmosphere gets a lot cooler as the temperature gets close to the teens. Rainy season in Dubai is really limited; you can expect the rainfall from January to March.

      Certain obvious reasons and attractions in Dubai make it a fantastic place for vacations, however, everyone needs to know about the best time to visit Dubai, and after all, nobody wants to spoil the fun of being there.  

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

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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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  • What are the Places to visit i What are the Places to visit in Paris

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      Paris one of the most romantic cities in the world has been luring people across the world with its historical charms .The great structures built depicts the engineering prowess of French. The beautiful city of the world is divided into 20 Arrondissements for administrative convenience. The famous destinations in Paris, Eiffel towers, louvre museum, Notre Dame, Pantheon … are situated in the first eight arrondisements of the city.

      People visit the city of lights, for its artistic and historical attractions and come back again and again because one can never seem to take it all in. Whether you wish to visit the Paris city for the art galleries, beautiful gardens, or to take a boat cruise down the Seine River, you will never be disappointed. With the major development in the tourism sector, Paris apartment vacation rentals have become the best accommodation centres in the tourism industry.

      Many people may not be able to afford to stay in the five star hotels or some luxurious hotels. But with luxury Paris vacation rentals, everyone who loves visiting new places can afford easily.

      The top best places to be seen in Paris are :

      Eiffel Tower

      The Eiffel Tower - an iconic structure of the world in Paris can be seen from any corner of the city. Make sure to visit this tower if you are in Paris. Originally the tallest structure in the world the Eiffel Tower stands 1063 feet (or 324 meters) tall, built between 1887 and 1889. It isn't simply just a building in Paris, France, it depicts the French artistic talent. Frequently throughout history, some of the best artists in the world are French. Getting into Paris apartment vacation rentals to visit Paris makes you feel like a Parisian.

      Lourve

      The Louvre art museum in 1st Arrondissement of Paris city is the most attractive tourist location and worlds largest museum with a collection of thousands of objects. The museum contains a rare collection of world class art forms. Initially, it was a fortress built for protecting Paris from external threat in 12th century A.D. by King Philippe Auguste. Later, with major reconstructions carried out by subsequent kings, it was modified to a luxurious palace. After the French revolution in 1793 the Palace was renovated to the museum and made open to public.

      The museum displays world famous artist Leonardo DA Vinci’s "Mona Lisa” can be viewed just staying a close to the museum in Paris apartment rental vacations. The pyramid glass structure stands in the courtyard was built in 1988 as part of the renovation plan Grand Lourve started in 1983. The historical significance of the museum have had always been a favorite destination for art lovers and tourists around the world. It is estimated that around 8 million people visit the museum every year.

      Arc De Triumphe

      Arc De Triumph commemorates war heroes of the French Revolution and Napoleonic wars. It was commissioned by Napoleon in 1806. Unfortunately the work was halted due to invasion and unusual circumstances. Inside the walls of this historical monument 555 military general names are inscribed who died in Napoleon and French wars. This historic centre in 1st Arrondisement communicates the struggle and heroic efforts of French soldiers with the visitors.

      Less Halles

      Less Halles traditional market served the needs of trade for more than 800 years in Paris, was dismantled due to over congestion in the city. To fill the gap created by the central market and avoid the congestion Forum des Halles a huge shopping mall was built with the underground Chatelet - Les Halles, metro station. The shopping mall opening area has a hallow garden with sculptures, fountains and Mosaic art forms which acts a tourist and shopping place for the new visitors. Over seven hundred thousand, commute through this metro station.

      Tuileries Garden

      Tuileries Garden the most famous and old gardens of France, where most of Parisians visit with their families to spend their leisure time in the evenings. This garden was built in 1564, but was made open to public in 1667 and after French revolution it was declared as a public park.

      Chateau of Versailles

      The Palace of Versailles known as Château de Versailles was built under many kings reign, the famous Louis Xiv has showed much interest in it. The great piece of architecture and brilliant interior designing, with 700 rooms, 1250 fireplaces, 67 staircases, 2000 windows and 1800 acres of beautiful gardens this seems like a heaven on earth. Once the home to the King which was converted into the museum. Restrooms are available for tourists, if not you can look for luxurious Paris vacation rentals where you can enjoy the feel of being locals and experience the taste of famous French dishes.

      Notre Dame Cathedral

      Notre Dame Cathedral a fine example of gothic architecture. It is one of the most awe inspiring sites in Europe with its stained glass, statues, dramatic towers, and spire to be found in the heart of Paris city itself. It took over hundred years to complete construction of the Cathedral. It is one of the famous religious centres in Paris.

      Musee D'Orsay

      The famous Musee D'Orsay developed from a railway station in Paris was opened to the public from 1986. Now it is the repository of paintings and famous artworks. There are around 1000 pieces of art in its collection and 12000 photographs on display. Luxurious Paris vacation rentals near the museum saves your journey time allows you to see arts from the nouveau era and slightly and many art forms.

      To visit the best places in the romantic city of France one need not spend much money on costly five star hotels. One can easily visit all the place by staying in luxurious Paris vacation rentals, which gives the great experience to mingle with the local culture and taste.

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  • Inside world of Son Doong Inside world of Son Doong

  • SUNRISE OVER HALONG BAY SUNRISE OVER HALONG BAY

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      Written by Jenmodelm
      We all waited and waited for the sun to rise over the giant rock mountains. It was nearly 6:30am before the sun peaked over the rocks.It was a glorious magnificent sunrise.
      Sunrise from the boat…a lovely sight.

       Breakfast was served shortly after, it was an Early start to the day. I couldn’t wait for coffee.Each got one fried egg and as much dry white toast as we wanted.

      After breakfast we had to be checked out of our rooms by 9am so the boat men could get ready for the next tour. We were stopping by the floating village. We were greeted by the sound of blasting techno dance club type music coming from somebody’s shack. It was so odd. We got in groups of four and ladies came in small wooden row boats to take us around the small village of 300 people; the biggest floating village in halong bay. They even had a little floating primary school. Most parents don’t want their children to go to the city to get more education because it costs money and they want them to stay and hell fish.
      The wooden houses floated on large ice chest sized styrofoam or big blue plastic tanks the size of a beer keg. Few people smiled or waved. I think there’s mixed feelings of tourists snapping away photos and strolling through their little village. They have to get at least one tour group a day– minimum. It’s low season here I’m Vietnam too. Our tour guide also said some local people are not so thrilled about the tourists visiting and have been doing so for the last sight years now. The people moved from the mainland to the floating villages because there is more fish available out in the open waters, they don’t have to pay taxes and they prefer the lifestyle.
      After seeing the floating village we had two and a half hours back to the mainland. While most people took refuge in the shade I relaxed on the Sundeck soaking in the suns rays and view. Even though our boat went very slow and the scenery was similar I enjoyed soaking as much of it in as I could. I was so relaxed I failed to put sunscreen on my tummy.
      A local  fishing boat in the bay
      Once back on the mainland we had a quick transfer to our ethnic travel van and an hour drive north towards the Chinese border. We would depart from another Fishing port to our next destination. A small long skinny island with essentially no tourists but ourselves.We had seafood lunch on the boat. Always so good.
      A local rows a boat in the bay. Many locals still live and work on the water in the bay.
      We were able to kayak one more time, although this time much less impressive than the first. There were no large rock formations or caves to go under.Instead it seemed we were kayaking in a big lake. It was strange to think it was still actually the ocean. We went for a quick swim and jumped off the boat being careful not to get stung by any jellyfish.
      Kayaking is a great way to get up close.
      The boat continued on for another hour and we sat on the roof of the boat watching the sun set. It was glorious. The sun was just a bright orange ball. Like a Japanese sun in Vietnam. It was really stunning.We arrived at the pier and it was nearly dark. Two tuk tuk scooters picked us up to our homestay.
      Sunset in the bay left a golden glow. A great reason to do an overnight junk boat.
      I was surprised to get my own room. Unlike the homestays in sapa where mattresses are set side by side, our tour guide said that ethnic travel paid for this family’s Home to be extended into.More of a guesthouse. They wouldn’t make any Money for three years to pay off the house,Thereafter they would make money from it. The family is retired, so they seemed happy to be doing it.
      Dinner was served at 7 and we helped to make fresh spring rolls with thin rice paper. Afterwards they were fried and ever so fresh and hot. Soo good! I also noticed that our leftover rice from lunch was being dried on the roof of the boat. They used it to make this amazing popcorn- tasting dried rice with corn. Never had anything like it.
      After one beer at dinner and a full belly I was sapped. I called bed time at 9. Took a shower and Crashed just a little before 10.
      ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA would like to recommend  Kayaking Halong Bay tour. Halong Bay, located in the Gulf of Tonkin, covers an area of 1500 square km. with more than a thousand limestone peaks soaring from its crystalline emerald water. The calm sea provides an ideal location for sea kayaking as we paddle through a maze of islets amid dramatic natural scenery. With our modern kayaking equipment, we are able to maximize on speed and maneuverability as we explore the open sea and the many hidden lagoons and stalagmite caves that are difficult to access by any other means. After a day of paddling we unwind on our boat and enjoy dinner. This tour offers longer kayaking expedition of Halong Bay. We will paddle amongst islets, visit hidden caves, lagoons, unspoiled beaches, floating fishing village and talk with local fishman. 
      Highlights: 

       

      • Amazing limestone formations
      • Inclusive junk for overnight
      • Beautiful and different kayaking route
      • Support boat all the time
      • All meals included
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  • 10 unique means of transport f 10 unique means of transport for tourists in Vietnam

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      Tourists are very excited to try unique means of transport, like three-wheeler, horse-drawn carriage, elephant ride or dug-out canoe services at tourism sites in Vietnam.

      1. Three-wheeler
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      The three-wheeler is a rudimentary means of transport. Visitors to Quan Lan Island in Quang Ninh Province are surprised to see each carrying 8-10 person.

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      2. Cyclo
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      The Cyclo (cycle rickshaw) is also a unique means of transport that has become very popular in central Hue City and at many tourism sites across the country. It’s high enough for two tourists on a sight-seeing tour.



      3. Horse-drawn carriage
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      It is a vehicle most favoured by travellers to the sea, coastal and highland areas, who like to hear the hoofs and tinkling sounds of tintinnabulum.


      4. Elephant ride
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      Tourists to the Central Highland region never miss the chance to ride tame elephants around a hamlet or cross the Serepok River.


      5. Tandem bicycle
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      Visitors to Bai Chay, Haiphong, Danang or Vung Tau feel quite relaxed to ride tandem bikes along the sandy beaches.


      6. Tramcar
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      It is a green electric vehicle often seen running in Hanoi, Ninh Binh and Danang, even on Co To Island – 80km far from the mainland where it can transport 6-8 passengers smoothly around this pearl island.


      7. Rowing kayak
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      The Kayak boat is mainly for those who like adventure tourism. It looks like a Vietnamese dug-out canoe. Visitors to to Ha Long, Haiphong and Nha Trang will have the chance to enjoy this kind of tourism service.


      8. Helicopter
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      This is a new tourism service provided at Ha Long, Sapa and Cat Ba sites for those who wish to see the whole scenery at an attitude of 300m.


      9. Cable car
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      This means of transport is now available at Vinpearland in Nha Trang, Ba Na in Danang and Yen Tu in Quang Ninh to save travel time for tourists.


      10. Dug-out canoe
      Tourists, transport, Quan Lan Island, Hue City, Co To Island

      This is not only a unique means of transport but also a special cultural feature of Central Highland and North-Western regions that has proved a hit with many first-time visitors.


      Source: VietNamNet Bridge

      ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA would like to recommend Kayaking Halong Bay 3 days tour.This tour offers you a great chance to discover Halong Bay, the wonderland of karst topography with 3,000 limestone and dolomite islets sprinkled over an area of 1,500 square km. The calm sea provides an ideal location for sea kayaking as we paddle through a maze of islets amid dramatic natural scenery. With our modern kayaking equipment, we are able to maximize on speed and maneuverability as we explore the open sea and the many hidden lagoons and stalagmite caves that are difficult to access by any other means. As with our other kayak tours, this tour offers flexibility in activity levels while still combining the best of sea kayaking. Designed with this in mind it is a good tour for both novice and experienced kayaker alike with a little more time to spare.



      Highlights:

      • Amazing limestone formations
      • Inclusive junk for overnight
      • Beautiful and different kayaking route
      • Support boat all the time
      • All meals included
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  • 10 dishes you should not miss 10 dishes you should not miss when visiting Hanoi

    • From: cosianatour
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      Hanoi cuisine is one of the most special culture feature which draws attention of tourists over the world. In addition to Pho - the most well-known dish, there are lots of other dishes, from luxurious to popular ones, which shouldn’t be missed. All of them help to build up a beloved image of Hanoi capital thousand years of civilization. This article will introduce the most famous dishes of Hanoi and best places for you to enjoy.

       
       
      1.      Bun Oc (shellfish soup and vermicelli)
      Whoever has ever lived in Hanoi, especially woman, cannot forget the dish which has sourish flavor of vinegar, moreish and brittle flavor of snails, fried tofu, raw vegetables. It’s not hard to make the dish, but it is a secret to have a delicious bowl of Bun Oc.
      You can enjoy this dish in Bun Oc Ba Sau restaurant at 73A Mai Hac De (opens from morning to midday), Bun Oc Ba Luong in Khuong Thuong Street, Bun Oc Co Beo at No. 1 Hoe Nhai or one restaurant in Nguyen Cao market (No. 5 Dong Mac street, Dong Mac ward, Hai Ba Trung district).


      2.      Nom Bo Kho (dried beef salad)
      The main ingredients of this dish are green papaya, dried beef, raw vegetables and sweet and sour sauce. It’s easy for you to find out restaurants having this dish. However; if you want to enjoy the most delicious Nom Bo Kho dish, you should visit Nom Hue restaurant in Ham Long Street (opposite to Ham Long church) with various kinds of salad such as dried beef salad (Nom Bo Kho), mixed salad ( Nom Thap Cam), beef tendon salad (Nom Gan Bo), etc; or Long Vi On restaurant ( Ong Tau Ao Den restaurant) at No. 23 Ho Hoan Kiem street. 

       
      3.      Nem Tai  Ba Hong (a dish made from pork’s ears brand-named “Mrs. Hong”)
      Nem tai is simply clean pork’s ears which is steamed and then sliced into thin pieces, mixed with powdered grilled rice. It is eaten with rice paper, fig leaves, salted fig, raw fresh vegetables and sweet and sour sauce. The dish has the crispy taste of pork’s ear, the buttery and strong taste of powdered grilled rice, the cool taste of herbs, and the sweet taste of the sauce. Visiting Hanoi, you should enjoy this dish at Nem Tai Ba Hong restaurant at 35 Hang Thung street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi.


      4.      Chan Ga Nuong (Grilled chicken’s legs)
      In Hanoi, Ly Van Phuc street is the famous place for Chan Ga Nuong dish. Chicken’s wings and legs are grilled and eaten with sweet potato, honey marinated bread, cucumber vinegar salad, chili sauce. The tasty dish should be enjoyed in Ly Van Phuc street, especially at the final restaurant of the street, according to the gourmets’ suggest.


      5.      Oc Luoc (boiled snails)
      In Hanoi, many Oc Luoc restaurants have the brand thank for its own unique sauce. Hanoi people often eat this dish wih chopped lemongrass and ginger, lemon leaves and sometimes with cucumber or jicama.  To enjoy boiled sails dish, you can choose one of the restaurants located in Luong Dinh Cua street; at No 1 Dinh Liet; in Ham Long street (opposite to a church); Lan Binh restaurant at 18 Hang Be street or the one in Trai Gang market, etc.  The restaurants often open from afternoon to midnight.


      6.      Bun Cha (noodles and grilled meat)
      Bun Cha,  the dish with its origin from Hanoi, nowadays appears in many other provinces and cities of  Vietnam.  Among many Hanoi’s delicious dishes, Bun cha’s taste seems easy to fit with any diner comes from everywhere. Bun Cha is served with a plate of white rice noodle (bún), a steamy broth and herbs, a bowl of special sweet and sour sauce. Traditionally, chả (the pork) is a marinated pork patty, but another type of chả (small pieces of fatty pork belly) also often accompany the patties. However, Bun Cha in Hanoi is more special because it’s eaten with “hung” – the famous herb of Lang village of Hanoi. Visiting Hanoi, you should come No.34 Hang Than to enjoy this dish.



      7.      Trang Tien ice-cream
      Established in Vietnam’s subsidy period, Trang Tien ice – cream shop is located at 35 Trang Tien street, nearly Hoan Kiem lake – the center of  Hanoi capital. Nowadays, it has become  a culture feature of Hanoi. Unlike many kinds of industrial ice-cream, Trang Tien ice-cream has fresh, cold and sweet flavor. The shop is always crowded from morning to evening, even in winter days. This delicious ice cream is only VND 12.000 for ice cream cone and VND 8.000 for other types - so cheap!!!!

      8.      La Vong fried fish
      Cha Ca La Vong – one of  top famous dishes of Hanoi that introduced in Vietnam tourism guidebooks, is the dish which you should not miss. The delicious dish is perfectly combined between Vietnam’s specific spices such as saffron, dill, shrimp sauce, fish sauce. Cha Ca dish consists of pieces of attractive tasty fried fish eaten with red chili, white rice noodle, and some herbs. There are a lot of Cha Ca restaurants in Hanoi, however, the oldest one is Cha ca La Vong restaurant located at No.14 Cha Ca street.

      9.       Pho (Vietnamese noodle soup)
      If any visitor, especially international visitor, is asked for the dish in Hanoi that he always remembers, it’s sure for “ Pho”. Unlike the dish in other places, Pho in Hanoi is not eaten with raw vegetables but its stock’s light sweet will bring the appetite for any diner. In Hanoi, there are many famous Pho restaurants including Pho Co Cu restaurant in Lieu Giai street; Pho Mau Dich in Ly Quoc Su street; Pho Thin in Lo Duc Street; Pho Suong in Dinh Liet Street, etc.

      10.Dishes from duck
      Dishes made of duck are not much famous in Hanoi but they can show typical taste of Vietnam’s North. The dishes are not only snacks for men to eat with sips of alcohol, but also suitable for family gatherings. Recently Kim Ma street has become the center for a variety of duck dishes such as saute duck, sour bamboo duck hot pot, Steamed duck with dracontomelon fruits,etc.


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  • Experience The Cultural Richne Experience The Cultural Richness At Heritage Hotels In Jaipur

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      Jaipur - The Pink City is a popular travel destination in India. The cultural and heritage richness of the state has attracted tourists from all across the globe. Apart from this, the monuments, holding historical significance have also played crucial role in enhancing the tourism in Jaipur. Thus, to ascertain utmost satisfaction, there are numerous heritage hotels in Jaipur, offering excellent accommodation to the guests. The rooms of these hotels are well-appointed and equipped with modern facilities and exceptional services. Some of these hotels are also praised for their recreational and business facilities. Here is a small list of top 5 heritage hotels in Jaipur.

      Narain Nivas Hotel

      Narain Nivas Hotel, built in the year 1928, is presently under the management of Kanota Resorts Pvt Ltd. General Amar Singh Ji (Thakur of Kanota) constructive this heritage hotel. The rooms of the hotel are well-appointed with modern facilities and services.

      Address: Narain Singh Circle, Kanota Bagh, Ashok Nagar, Jaipur - 302004, Rajasthan, India.
      Number of Rooms: 38
      Dining: In-House Restaurant (authentic Rajasthani Cuisine).
      Distance: Airport - 11 km; Railway Station - 5 km.

      Achrol Lodge/House

      Erstwhile, a grand Haveli of a royal family, Achrol Lodge/House is one of the popular heritage hotels in India. The guests praise the hotel for providing excellent accommodation facility. The hotel is also praiseworthy for its modern facilities, exceptional services and Indian Hospitality.

      Address: Jacob Road, Civil Lines area, Jaipur - 303002, Rajasthan, India.
      Number of Rooms: 7
      Dining: In-House Multi-Cuisine Restaurant (Indian, Continental, Traditional Rajasthani Cuisine); The Pub.
      Distance: Airport - 12 km; Railway Station - 1 km.

      Umaid Bhawan

      Erstwhile Umaid Bhawan was managed by the Rathore family of Jodhpur. Today, the hotel is listed amidst the finest heritage hotels in Rajasthan. The hotel is best known for excellent accommodation, luxurious facilities and exceptional services.

      Address: D1-2A, Behind Collectorate (Via) Bank Road, Bani Park, Jaipur - 302016, Rajasthan, India.
      Number of Rooms: 25
      Dining: In-House Multi-Cuisine Restaurant (Indian, Chinese, Continental Cuisine).
      Distance: Airport - 13 km; Railway Station - 1 km.

      Neemrana Fort Palace

      Constructed in the 1464 A.D., Neemrana Fort Palace underwent reconstruction & restoration in the year 1986 to be transformed into a heritage hotel. The 10 storey palace is sprawled over an area of 3 acres. The hotel is one of the finest hotels providing comfortable stay to the guests visiting Jaipur from far flung regions.

      Address: Delhi-Jaipur Highway, Rajasthan.
      Number of Rooms: 50
      Dining: Raj Mahal (In-House Restaurant); Bar.
      Distance: Airport - 109 km; Railway Station - 120.

      Sirsi Haveli Jaipur

      People on a religious tour in Jaipur could opt for Sirsi Haveli Jaipur for accommodation to instill heritage richness. Raghu Nathji and Lakshmi Narayana are also located in proximity to Sirsi Haveli Jaipur. This 100 year old property is today renowned amidst the finest heritage hotels In India.

      Address: Village Sirsi, Distt Jaipur, Rajasthan.
      Numbers of Rooms: 18
      Dining: Jiman (In-House Multi-Cuisine restaurant - Indian, Continental, Chinese Cuisines); Coffee Shop.
      Distance: Airport - 16 km; Railway Station - 4 km.

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  • Five Reasons to Visit Vietnam Five Reasons to Visit Vietnam

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      Written by Ellie

       

      Having spent some time travelling in Thailand, I’m eager to visit more of south-east Asia, and visiting Vietnam is next on my list!

       

      After researching the country and jealously listening to recommendations given by other travellers, I’ve come up with a list of my top reasons why I want to travel to Vietnam.
      1. Delicious Food

      Despite the huge focus on other Asian cuisines such as Thai, Chinese and Indian food, I’ve heard great things about Vietnamese food and some of the dishes sound divine. Vietnamese food is also considered as one of the healthiest cuisines in the world which is always a plus!
      Many Vietnamese recipes include fresh ingredients such as lemongrass, ginger, lime and basil which all contribute distinct flavours to a recipe. Some dishes I’ve been recommended are Cha ca Thang Long which is fish marinated in turmeric topped with dill, Phở, a herby noodle soup served with either beef or chicken and the strange-sounding elephant ear fish, which is crispy, salted and served with herbs and vegetables. They all sound delicious and I plan on trying as many as possible on my Vietnam trip!

       


      2. Halong Bay

      No Vietnam travel experience is complete without a visit to the stunning Halong Bay, and winding round the limestone islands and visiting the ancient caves sounds like something special.
      I’ve heard the sunsets and sunrises are incredible to watch so it would be amazing to see these – I'm planning to stay overnight on one of the traditional Halong Bay junk boats so hopefully it will be easy enough to see both.

      Halong Bay
      3. Tropical Beaches

      Again, it seems that Vietnamese beaches are underrated with more focus given to the famous Thai beaches. I'd take advantage of this by spending some time on the deserted white sands before other tourists catch on...
      With white sands, towering palm trees and aqua blue waters some of the Vietnamese beaches such as this one on the tropical paradise island of Phu Quoc  below looks heavenly. Perfect for catching some rays and lounging with a cold beer...

       Tropical Vietnam Beaches
      4. Atmospheric Cities

      Vietnam is home to cities full of character and there are several that I would love to visit. Hanoi, the lively capital is full of classic Vietnamese architecture, food and things to do, such as visiting the preserved body of the former president Ho Chin Minh – something a bit different!
      Not forgetting the smaller city of Hoi An where you can wonder round the narrow streets, lounge on the city’s nearby beaches or shop in Hoi An’s world-famous Vietnamese tailors.
      Lastly Ho Chi Minh City (the largest in Vietnam) is packed with museums, shops, bars and restaurants so there is plenty to do!


       Bustling Hanoi
      5. Local People

      Finally, the people of a country can really complete your experience and I’ve only heard great things about the people of Vietnam – that they love to smile and are friendly and genuinely interested in getting to know the travellers that visit their country.
      I hope to meet them as soon as I can so I’d better get saving!
      ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA would like recommend Kayaking Halong Bay 3 days tour.
      This tour offers you a great chance to discover Halong Bay, the wonderland of karst topography with 3,000 limestone and dolomite islets sprinkled over an area of 1,500 square km. The calm sea provides an ideal location for sea kayaking as we paddle through a maze of islets amid dramatic natural scenery. With our modern kayaking equipment, we are able to maximize on speed and maneuverability as we explore the open sea and the many hidden lagoons and stalagmite caves that are difficult to access by any other means. As with our other kayak tours, this tour offers flexibility in activity levels while still combining the best of sea kayaking. Designed with this in mind it is a good tour for both novice and experienced kayaker alike with a little more time to spare.
      Highlights:
      • Amazing limestone formations
      • Inclusive junk for overnight
      • Beautiful and different kayaking route
      • Support boat all the time
      • All meals included
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  • Riding Vietnam's mountainous n Riding Vietnam's mountainous north

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      We're on an eight-day motorcycling tour of north-eastern Vietnam, riding Honda XR250 trail bikes across the valleys and over the mountain passes of Ha Giang province and through the wild, remote and rarely visited mountainous "frontier lands" along the Chinese border, where roads are narrow, winding and steep, and the scenery is truly breathtaking.
      ROADS TO HAPPINESS: One of the group's motorcyclists in the mountainous Ha Giang province.
      It's a ride-it-yourself adventure, but we have two guides, Linh and Thon, who know where they are going, which is just as well, because we're having enough trouble just negotiating the traffic. Many of these "small ways and snake roads" - so called because of their sinuous shape rather than any abundance of serpents - aren't on the tourist maps and are definitely off the tourist trail.
      Linh and Thon also know how to carry out roadside repairs, skills that prove useful more than once. There are 12 of us in our group - nine experienced riders and three pillion passengers. We've known each other for years and most of us have travelled together before on various motorcycling road trips.
      But as we gather on the second-storey terrace of a Hanoi bar the day before we set off, our nonchalance starts to dissipate while studying the chaotic traffic that swirls below us, trying to determine whether there is any method in the madness (there's not!), counting crashes and watching first-time visitors to Hanoi with fear at the prospect of crossing the road.
      It's a bit of a blur, but somehow we manage to get out of Hanoi in one piece, and it's not long before we find ourselves riding along back roads beside rice paddies and meandering rivers, sharing the road with tractors, buffalo, dogs, chickens and ox-drawn carts, along with the stream of bicycles and motorbikes.
      As we ride through the villages and towns, we're treated like rock stars, kids and adults alike grinning, waving and calling out hello. At first we think it's because they don't get many visitors in these parts, which is true, but then we realise it's because we're riding bikes that are monsters compared with the tiny 50cc-150cc bikes and scooters they ride, and even the petrol station attendants can't resist climbing on our bikes to pose for photos whenever we stop to fill up.
      It may also be because we are somewhat overdressed - in Kevlar-reinforced jeans, protective riding jackets, leather boots, gloves and full-face helmets - compared with the locals in their sandals, short sleeves and nifty little hard hats with special holes at the back for ponytails - but I have no desire to experience a Vietnamese road-base exfoliation. Miraculously, in eight days and 1200 kilometres of rough riding, our group of 12 experiences only three tumbles, and none results in any injuries.
      We ride between 160 kilometres and 180 kilometres each day, which doesn't sound much - at home we ride that far just for fun on a Sunday morning - but at an average speed of about 40kmh, often less, it takes all day. By our third day, we've relaxed into the rhythm of the roads, have more or less got our heads around the organic nature of the traffic flow, and are high on the exhilaration (and adrenalin) of riding some of the world's best (and most challenging) motorcycling roads up and over countless mountain passes, the summits shrouded in mist, the deep-sided river valleys terraced with rice paddies, the distance filled with sawtooth ranges receding as far as the eye can see.
      One road in particular has us spellbound, the aptly named Road to Happiness from Ha Giang to Meo Vac via Dong Van, which includes the famous Ma Pi Leng Pass, a stretch so precipitous that workers had to be tethered to the cliffsides during its construction in the early 1960s.
      We eat lunch in cafes, throwing our scraps on the floor, along with everyone else's, and stop at roadside stalls for sweet milky coffee and fruit dipped in chilli and salt. When our seats become too hard or the view too beautiful to ignore, we pull over for a rest, which often ends up attracting a crowd, thanks to the wannabe magician in the group - he only knows one trick but it never fails to delight the local kids.
      We stretch our legs at village markets, where we rub shoulders with men in indigo suits and women in colourful embroidered costumes who have travelled in from remote mountain villages, usually on foot with heavy loads strapped to their backs, along the same steep roads we are riding.
      We spend our nights throwing back shots of lethal local rice wine with our homestay hosts before bedding down on mattresses on the floor beneath mosquito nets in one large communal room built on stilts, infinitely more comfortable than the few local hotels we stay at with the rock-hard beds they favour in northern Vietnam.
      At Ban Gioc waterfall we take a short ride on a bamboo raft and get so close to China we can chat to Chinese tourists on the other side, but Vietnam and China aren't exactly best mates, so we're warned not to step ashore on Chinese territory. The next day we get caught in a never-ending line of trucks carrying cheap goods across the border on a dusty road still under construction, which in Vietnam is no impediment to travel. You just weave your way around the road crews and hope like hell a road exists on the other side.
      By the time we get back to Hanoi we're road weary and ready to stop - eight days and 1200 kilometres is a long time to spend perched on a wire rack, even with a tower of cushions on top - but if you want to see, smell, hear, touch and really experience Vietnam, mixing it with the locals from behind the handlebars of a motorbike is about as full on as you can get.
      Need to know
      Riding a motorcycle in Vietnam is a high-risk activity. Check that your travel insurance covers motorcycling and be aware that as a foreigner you will be expected to pay compensation (in cash and probably on the spot) in the event of an accident, even if you are not at fault.
      It is not possible to get a temporary Vietnamese driving licence on a tourist visa, but an international driving permit (available from the NRMA) is usually accepted by police — although, officially, no foreign licence is valid in Vietnam, and harsh penalties (determined by the police) can apply for riding or driving without a licence.
      Trip notes
      Touring there from ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA
      The mountainous area of Northern Vietnam has long been famous for its beautiful scenery and great diversity of ethnic minorities. With our adventure motorcycling trip you will make a big loop to experience all the bests that area can offer. Starting in Hanoi you will explore Northwest before jumping into Northeast, back to Hanoi after a day relaxing in Ba Be Lake. The perfect itinerary and the support crew ensure you get the most out of the trip in terms of comfort, enjoyment and adventure. Along the way we encounter dramatic landscapes and sweeping panoramas as the rural population goes about its business. Highlights include the terraced valleys of Sapa, beautiful Ban Gioc Waterfall and many different colorful minority groups.
      Motorcycling adventure in Northern Vietnam 
      Hanoi - Mai Chau - Son La - Dien Bien Phu - Sapa – Hagiang – Bao Loc – Cao Bang – Ban Gioc – Ba Be – Lang Son – Hanoi
      14-day trip with 12-day motorcycling
      Motorcycling grade: Moderate
      Highlights
       
      • Stunning scenery
      • Stunning Pha Din Pass and Tram Ton Pass
      • Terraced valley of Sapa
      • Ban Gioc Waterfall
      • Babe Lake
      • Colorful ethnic minorities
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