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From Desolate Desert to Greenhouse Development: Negev, Israel

Negev, Israel

Located in Western Asia, Israel is a country which boasts of extremely ancient and rich histories, equally wide ranging geographical terrains and various kinds of traveling experiences from religious tourism, to historical and archaeological trips, and different avenues of adventure traveling. In Southern Israel is the desert region of Negev. The Negev Desert occupies more than half of Israel’s total ... Read More »

Land of Thunder Dragon-Bhutan

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Bhutan is a mountain country with lush green valleys, unique wildlife and a rich historical and cultural heritage. It is a small country nested in the eastern Himalayas and is refered to as Druk-Yul or Land of the Thunder Dragons by the locals. Bhutan has attracted people across countries to its picturesque beauty and wonderful architectures. You can visit Bhutan ... Read More »

The Beauty beyond Vision – Edinburgh

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Located in Lothian in the southern shores of the Firth of Forth, Edinburgh was the capital of Scotland since the 15th century. It is one among the most ancient cities of the world. Edinburgh has kept alive the legends of Scotland even today, by preserving its unique monuments that tell a million stories about the past. It is the second ... Read More »

The Food Of Italy

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Italy is the city of food as in Italy eating food is not just the activity of soothing down your muffled stomach. In fact in Italy eating is the synonym of togetherness, cordiality, a glass of wine with the slice of salami or just a piece of cheese. For Italians, the food time is the most amazing time of the ... Read More »

Land of Magic And Nature: Norway

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The best things in life are evasive, transient, fleeting moments that can’t be captured by words, pictures or action; the only thing that aids you recalling those glorious moments is your fragile and gullible memory.  These are some of the greatest returns of travelling- moments that will leave you weak, spellbound, enthralled, mesmerised, motivated and a thousand other emotions you ... Read More »

Tuscany – The Jewel of Italy

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If Italy is the quintessential destination for tourists, then Tuscany is one of its jewels. The region of Tuscany is situated in the central area of the Italian Peninsula and is home to some of the greatest cities in Italy none more prominent then the city of Florence itself. The region which was the birth place of Italian Renaissance and ... Read More »

The Black Forests of Germany

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The Black Forest is not only a destination that is extremely varied but is also one of the biggest and best known holiday regions in Germany. Located in south western Germany in Baden- Wurttemberg, the Black Forest is a wooded mountain range.  It is mainly a granite highland with rounded summits. It embodies everything, from the Black Forest maids, farms, ... Read More »

Rishikesh – The Worlds Yoga Capital

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Ever since The Beatles decide to hit it on their travel map in 1968 and wrote songs like Mother Nature’s Son inspired form their stay, Rishikesh has been one of the most visited tourist destinations for foreign tourists in India. It enjoys a diversity of tourist population which only a very few locations around the globe have ever had the ... Read More »

Andaman- Beaches, History and Explorations

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Is travelling more to you than just the destination?  Would you enjoy diving deep both into the ocean and the history? Do you enjoy the colour green around you? Have you at least once imagined yourself all by yourself on a virgin sandy beach? Do you enjoy diverse cuisines and sea-food? Are you an explorer by default?                                                                              If the ... Read More »

Manali – A Tourist’s Paradise

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Even if they are unbeknownst to it, fans and followers of the lands of Narnia have a really cool place to look forward to, a place which just doesn’t have the beauty of the fictional lands but has lots of different kinds of fun to offer too. Manali, named after one of the most prominent Hindu figures – Manu, pulls ... Read More »