The world of Disney is nothing but magic. The tales, the stories of valor, love, romance, villains, fairy godmothers, everything feels so surreal and enchanting, yet so believable. One of the biggest charms of these movies is the make-believe destinations they conjure in our minds- that perfect place with the most beautiful flowers, exhilarating architecture and alien-like landscapes.
Holidays are a much-needed event, and none more so than in January! A much-needed respite from the excess of December is actually much easier than you would think. Here are ten places that you could go on holiday in January.
There is something rather charming about trekking in Nepal during the monsoons. Fall might be the most popular season, and it also gets a lot of footfall, but there are a number of treks that are best trekked particularly during the monsoon season. Read on to find out how you can get the most out of your trekking adventures in the country, and discover the best treks in Nepal during the monsoons.
The Himalayas are the roof of the world, and nowhere is this more obvious than in Nepal. Many of the world’s tallest peaks are located here, so it is definitely a bucket list destination for many a trekker. On the other hand, Tanzania has been attracting millions of adventure lovers from all over the world thanks to wonders like the Kilimanjaro National Park and the Serengeti.
There are lots of people who prefer spending the holiday season at home. However, there are some who prefer to be out, traveling and exploring. December offers many unique opportunities for adventurers. Do you want to embrace the “White Winter” dream, and head towards the lands of snow? Or do you want to escape to the warmth and the sun during these bleak winter months? Here are some of our top picks for December!
Traveling is always a lot of fun. It’s exciting, entertaining and deeply rewarding, however, there are some tips and tricks that will make it even more fun for you to travel. Try out these travel hacks to iron out even the most minor inconvenience!
There are some places in the world that everybody knows about, and for good reason. The Great Pyramids, for instance. Or the Eiffel Tower. These places are popular because of their extensive beauty and cultural value, and that is undeniable. However, if you are a seasoned traveler, or a person whose tastes lean towards the unexplored and the unique, these places might seem too commercial. What do you do when facing a similar situation?
It has always a challenge to pick just one country that you want to visit. What if we told you that you don’t have to choose between two countries, but rather experience both of them?
There is nothing like the rush of adrenaline you get when you do something that scares you, or something that brings out the thrill-seeking adventurer in you.
UNESCO has been on a mission to find areas of the world that have significant value for the natural environment, or human history. These areas are called “World Heritage Sites” and are accorded a number of protection and conservation protocols, which are intended at preserving these sites, the way they are, so that all of humanity can enjoy them now, and in the generations to come.