Amazing Sights at Angkor In Cambodia
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Angkor is a UNESCO protected city and the largest archaeological sites in South East Asia stretching in an area of 400 km. It is a destination which has the remains of the Khmer regime and the parks, temples and hydraulic structures mesmerize you with its sheer grandeur and splendour. Every year millions tourist cross flock to this amazing fairy tale land and enter Angkor Wat, the largest religious  [...]

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In the lap of nature
August 26, 2010 | Travel Destinations | 10 Comments
In the lap of nature
Madagascar is more than just a little island sailing in two boats, being off the coast of Africa as it is but with its roots in Asia. Madagascar is a little pearl unto itself and its uniqueness is deep-set in its ways and exotic wildlife, with tree-climbing lemurs (some of which make a sound like a siren) scurrying away just as soon as you snap that twig below your foot. Flippant Hollywood animated barely begins to do justice to it. Over millions of years of evolution, Madagascar has flora and fauna far removed from that you would find in any other place on the face of the planet, such as the carnivorous pitcher plant. Madagascar is a conservationist’s wet dream and a wildlife fan’s wildest imagination sprung to life. Unique is Madagascar, right from the experiences you’ll have here to  [...]


The Wonders of the Goth Black Forest
August 25, 2010 | Travel Destinations | 8 Comments
The Wonders of the Goth Black Forest
Black Forest may infuse either mouth-smacking piece of heavenly delight or even spine-chilling images of a thick, dark, secluded place. Think of dark and Goth stories, and what place other than Germany can live up to it? However, Black Forest to the true-blue globe trotter, make that with a streak for wanderlust in the lap of Mother Nature, sure to know what they have in store in the Black Forests. A beautiful spread of emerald over the German territories possibly attributes the beautiful forests a Goth-style name, true to the architectural trends of Germany, but don’t let the perception hold you back from experiencing this paradise of a place abundant with verdant beauty and spectacular natural bounty. Straddling along the Swiss and French borders accompanied by the pristine Neckar  [...]


Come Away to Copenhagen
August 24, 2010 | Travel Destinations | 8 Comments
Come Away to Copenhagen
What truly defines the Copenhagen experience is the instant sight of bright happy homes on the banks of a canal with boats by the side. The cobbled streets of this Danish capital is most definitely a captivating place which leaves me in rapt awe of the grandeur with a pleasant twist in the art and architecture, flourishing richness and an escalating enigma in its true blue style. Trees decorated, a perfect festive family break where the exuberance of a holiday mixes with the uber excitement of Christmas festivities, I am turned into a happy child who can’t stop but being in sheer awe of a city that comes alive with all the merry and jovial vibe in the air, Copenhagen is definitely one of the coolest, very varied and all the more stirring experience. This Danish capital is bubbling with joy,  [...]


I’m a Amphibian Today at Discovery Cove
August 23, 2010 | Travel Destinations | 7 Comments
I’m a Amphibian Today at Discovery Cove
After a visit to the Discovery Cove, everything that I see seems to look FISHY! Here a fish, there a fish, everywhere a fish fish! Old Mac Donald had a Cove…E I E I  OO! Yes, the nursery rhyme of kids is sure to undergo a change after a visit to the most spectacular Discovery Cove in Florida. I’m still reeling under the experience of the trip. The one to one encounter with the marine buddies is a one of a lifetime experience in itself. The friendly dolphins, playful stingrays and a tete-a-tete with the aquatic animals including the much apprehended rather feared sharks and barracuda also takes away all the fright as the fun unravels and one does not even realize how the friendly association has broken the ice to leave no room for getting scared. It was truly delightful and rather an adrenal  [...]


Unravel at the Scintillating Seychelles
August 21, 2010 | Travel Destinations | No Comment
Unravel at the Scintillating Seychelles
Have a difficulty in deciding where to hit this vacation? Almost everything you’ve explored…from Google to your kids Geography book, however nothing quite makes a solution! Relax you need a break! Say to yourself this tongue twister repeatedly: She sells sea-shells on the sea shore. Yes…and again! She sells sea-shells on the sea shore. Oops…it’s alright…pronouncing it wrong may just light a bulb! Uggh...continue with the monotony of She sells sea-shells on the sea shore penchant. Make that a few more times and whoa! Snap on and there you go! So, why not the twisted words of the tongue-twister give away a hint of where to go? Seychelles it indeed is! Kudos!! Come to think of Seychelles and what is the first place to hit the mind? Wonder about it! There certainly cannot be just one  [...]


Experiencing Trinidad and Tobago
August 16, 2010 | Travel Destinations | No Comment
Experiencing Trinidad and Tobago
The picturesque landscape of the very beautiful Trinidad and Tobago contains a vast cluster of islands, thus making it an archipelagic state in the enticing south Caribbean islands. Situated in the middle of Barbados and Guyana, Venezuela and Grenada, this makes for a perfect vacation spot for any travel enthusiast. Trinidad and Tobago are the two key islands on the south Caribbean coast. Area wise, Trinidad is bigger than the counterpart of Tobago. This historic influences of the Spanish Culture is evident when the country was colonized by Christopher Columbus and then faced the intrusions of the British. The economy of the country has predominantly been dependent on the petroleum companies. Now a booming commercial block and a business center in the whole of Caribbean region, Trinidad is  [...]


Places to visit in Africa: Part 4
August 15, 2010 | Travel Destinations | No Comment
Places to visit in Africa: Part 4
The travel guide continues on its way across the many plateaus, river, lakes and mountains of Africa. Kenya: There are many national nature reserves and parks in Kenya. The Masai Mara Game Reserve is one of most popular national parks. There are great sights to behold here in the best game park in Kenya. The Serengeti unleashes the majestic sight of the migrating wildebeests. Although the buzzing population of tourists can be a disadvantage, it is one of the best places to see the cheetahs, lions and the leopards in action. These big cats are a pleasure to watch. Mombasa is the second largest city in Kenya. This city is rich due to the Swahili culture it inherits. The food of the old town is out of the world. The nightlife is colorful and enchanting. The three beaches are delightful to relax  [...]


Places to visit in Africa: Part 3
August 14, 2010 | Travel Destinations | No Comment
Places to visit in Africa: Part 3
The true beauty and charm of the African Landscapes and its unique spirit can fill pages and pages of books. We are on a mission to list some of the must see sights of these gorgeous African cities. Senegal: For any African traveler Dakar should be on a must see and do list. This place has beautiful beaches and a lot of similarities to the famed Paris. The people are polite and charming. A fantastic place to visit for the shopping experience alone. Ile Goree is the UNESCO world heritage sight which is again a must see. It is not very far away from Dakar and in the past was used as a slave export port. St. Louis is the former capital city of Senegal and bears great resemblance to New Orleans in the United States of America.  St. Louis was the first settlement for the French invaders. This city  [...]


Places to visit in Africa: Part 2
August 13, 2010 | Travel Destinations | No Comment
Places to visit in Africa: Part 2
We continue our journey across the African terrain and through its enchanting cities. So put on the seatbelts and hold on tight. Here we go! Malawi: The place has been in news lately because of superstar Angelina jolie’s adoption of a Malawi child. But there are many other reasons why this stunning place on earth should be visited. The Livingstonia is one such reason. It is an ideal honeymoon place set on the edge of the Lake Malawi. It is a little paradise that offers some excellent eating options. One can rest and enjoy themselves in the pool which overlooks the sandy beaches. Liwonde National Park is the place where one can go to see elephants, crocodiles, hippos all in the backdrop of the River Shire. That is to the west of the park, towards the east you can see antelopes, sable, elands  [...]


Places to visit in Africa: Part 1
August 12, 2010 | Travel Destinations | No Comment
Places to visit in Africa: Part 1
There are many ultimate destinations to be visited in Africa. Here we are listing the cities and best places to visit in these cities. Mozambique: The Mozambique Island is the World Heritage Site according to UNESCO. This island was the capital of a former Portuguese colony in the eastern coastal region of Africa. There are many historical buildings in this region. The most prominent structure being the ‘chapel of our lady’ of the bulwarks. This magnificent structure was created in 1522. In the whole of the southern hemisphere this is the oldest structure still standing tall. The most beautiful and serene beaches of the world are in Pemba beaches. Here you can see many coral reefs and take part in water sport activities along these beaches. There are also some of the most interesting  [...]


The Grand Canyon of the Pacific
August 11, 2010 | Travel Destinations | No Comment
The Grand Canyon of the Pacific
Waimea Canyon is considered to be one of the largest canyon in the Pacific and the sight is truly dramatic. The Canyon is measured upto 10 miles long, 1 mile wide and more than 3,500 feet deep. This canyon is believed to have carved out by rivers and floods some thousand years ago. These rivers and floods were supposed to have flowed from the summit of Mount Waialeale. This Canyon is one of the major spots of tourist destination in the region and is known to be one of the most amazing places to visit here. About the Canyon The Canyon has been developed by the volcanic eruptions and the lines on the walls of the canyon depict this. The lava here has flowed down since centuries. It is said that even though the Canyon is smaller than the Grand Canyon in Arizona, yet the beauty of this place lies  [...]