Best Destinations in Europe – GeorgiaTuesday, April 27, 2021 Life and Culture by Ani
What’s not to like about the fusion of the glorious mountains and marvelous seaside? It is indeed very rare to come across a place that is both historically significant and esthetically attractive. As within the past few years overcrowding of the popular tourist destinations became a major issue, tourists began to look for hidden gems in less known places around the globe. Surprisingly, these unknown and undiscovered locations promise more adventure, excitement, and fun for travel enthusiasts.
Best Destinations in Europe – SpainThursday, January 21, 2021 Life and Culture by Kyle Jenkins
Talking about the most visited and probably the most valued travel destinations in Europe, there is no doubt that the international tourist community would nominate Spain without hesitation. The country has been getting more and more attention from travelers since the middle ages, as Medieval Spanish provinces served as cultural and administrative centers. The main attraction of Spain was not sunbathing or shopping as per common belief today, but the very unique culture, phenomenal beauty of nature, and exceptionally entertaining and authentic community.
Best Destinations in Asia – ThailandThursday, January 21, 2021 Life and Culture by Kyle Jenkins
We have all heard from our friends or colleagues at least once that they dream of visiting the magnificent country of Thailand. Most of us are already familiar with the perks and joys associated with travel in this exquisite corner of the world. However, there are people wondering what is there in Thailand that attracts millions of people each year no matter the season? Well, it could be the pristine beaches, exotic culture, tremendously delicious food, magnificent temples, the hedonistic lifestyle, or anything else. The bonus is the low travel cost, hospitable people, and the unique, colorful history along with a lot of hidden gems to be discovered.
5 lessons I learned from Maasai in TanzaniaSunday, August 21, 2016 Life and Culture by admin
It was a hot summer day when we arrived at Kilimanjaro International Airport. Our travel itinerary was straightforward: one day to rest from the trip, three days safari, a seven-day hike to the top of Kilimanjaro and three days in Zanzibar for diving and relaxation. We did come to Tanzania primarily to climb the highest point in Africa, and we didn’t expect the rest to be as exciting.