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Maldives Memories, Plan it before it vanishes!

Maldives was on my bucket list from along time. The pictures of perfect blue turquoise waters, sea life,dolphins and amazing water chalets tempts you enough for a visit. A holiday in Maldives is expensive, but there are some balancing factors which can make it a budget trip. Here is my tip and experience of my 3 night travel to Maldives in April’ 18. Day 1...

Highlights Between Cape Town And Victoria Falls

Africa has always been one of those places I have seen on TV via travel shows and just been in complete awe of how amazingly raw it looks, how free the wildlife roams and how simple the way of life seemed to be. Recently I got to experience all of this when I done a safari tour from Cape Town, South Africa to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. It was a 22 day tour that...

Jim Corbett National Park – The Land of Roar

The Jim Corbett National Park is situated at an approximate distance of 260 Kms from the National Capital Delhi. The small town near Corbett is Ramnagar which forms the headquarters of CTR. The city is well connected by road or rail with major cities of India like Moradabad, Nainital, Bareilly and Delhi. “The book of nature has no beginning as it has no end...

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Best Of Sydney, On Lower Budget

Sydney is an iconic destination beckoning a ton of visitors irrespective of time of the year.  Travel single or with family, Sydney has something to offer to everyone. From the eye-catching Opera house to the vast open sea it is indeed a dream destination. Yet, Sydney can be ridiculously expensive and blow your budget in no time. Taking the best of Sydney in with a...

Langkawi – The Perfect Island Escape

Langkawi, also known as the Jewel of Kedah is an archipelago of more than 100 islands and islets. It is adjacent to Thai border. This 478.5 square kilometer island has been a duty-free island since 1987. Imagine all the booze, chocolates and other stuff are tax-free on the island of Langkawi. Pulau Langkawi has not been developed but seafood restaurants, spas, and...

Phuket: The Ultimate Things to See and Do

Have you ever thought of going to the biggest island in Thailand? I always wondered what the largest Thai island looks like until one day I decided to go. Phuket is the Largest Thai island. It is a home of the finest beach destinations, the lively towns, white-sand beaches, amazing seas and palm trees. Phuket provides a variety of experiences such as diving...

Palawan:-One Of The Best Islands In The World

Imagine living in an archipelago that has 7,107 islands, you heard it right, 7,107 islands. Being a Filipino, I haven’t explored many islands in the Philippines but I am happy to say that I visited some of the islands that are on my bucket list. The Philippines is known for its emerald rice fields, wonderful beaches, beautiful volcanoes, bug-eyed tarsiers, and...

Mesmerizing Mauritius

Marriage is very pure and peaceful. Every person dreams to get married. It is because of the reason to meet the soul mate. One of the first travel experience after the wedding is the  honeymoon. I can apprehend as to what an amazingly trip it was. I got married and I was glad to meet my better half. We together decided to go Mauritius on honeymoon. I was astonished a...

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Camping in Switzerland’s Vallée de Joux

When we crossed from Germany into Switzerland we were downhearted by our first glimpses of Basel which doesn’t give a great first impression from the motorway. Fortunately after 20 minutes the scenery became vibrant green and very pleasant indeed. The grass looks so lush and the hills are scattered with pine trees and small wooden cabins. We turned off the...

Camping In Snowdonia National Park, Wales

I am not what you would call a “camping personality,” but when my husband and I decided to take a small weekend getaway to Wales we decided to camp. We packed our cheap camping gear which we purchased at a local Halfords and then drove to Snowdonia. We found several campsites online but they were all full upon arrival so a short drive in the countryside led us to a...