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San Antonio: tucked away reprise Texas


If you live in a state which would be the seventh highest producer of green gas in the world had it been a country, breathing in fresh and pure air would be a perfect detox program for you. The second largest state in United States with the second highest population is the state of Texas. It is called as dessert ... Read More »

The Heaven City of Bulgaria: Plovdiv


There are many other European countries that overshadow the majesty of Bulgaria but its magnificent role in tourism can not be underestimated. Bulgaria is located in Southeast Europe and one of the few countries that border five or more countries. It is famous for luxury items, famous brands in fashion accessories, museums, some fine beers & wine, shoe industry, great ... Read More »

Positano, Italy

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An important port of the Amalfi Republic in the past, Positano is today a sophisticated resort set amidst the rocks on the central Amalfi coast in Campania, Italy. It is a small picturesque village with splendid coastal views. The coast’s most photogenic town is a magical world with peach, pink and terracotta coloured steeply stacked houses tumbling down into the ... Read More »

Yeoor: A mini hill station of Thane

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A beautiful hill of yeoor in the vicinity of Thane itself offers the visitors a beautiful blend of nature, wildlife, nightlife and meditation. Yeoor hill is also known as ‘Mama Bhanja hill’ and serves as the best get away in Thane. The beautiful hill is located in the district of Thane in the Indian state of Maharashtra and lies in ... Read More »

East Asia – For the Love of the Orient


The Orient as it was known in Europe has been the epitome of culture and human civilization; place full of diversity yet with so much in common is perhaps one of the most mysterious cultural conglomeration known to western civilizations. East Asia was largely known to the world as the land where a race of tea-sipping Orientals lived. The region ... Read More »

Visit the Oldest City in Poland: Krakow


The 9th largest country of Europe, Poland, is one of the most preferred destination for tourists from around the world. It has charm, intensity and beauty that a visitor desires for. Poland is a blend of some very beautiful cities with some exotic locations, tasty food, affordable accommodation and smiley people. The name Poland originated from the name of a ... Read More »

Have an Unforgettable Trip to Utrecht, Netherlands


Netherlands is a hub of style, fashion and beauty but this is not the only reason why it attracts millions of tourists every year. It is also famous for its tulips, wooden shoes, dikes, windmills, drug liberty, canals, churches, high quality lifestyle, museums, stadiums, outdoor sports, parks and much more. It is a great blend of art, culture and fun. ... Read More »

Feel the Charm of Namur, Belgium


Belgium is a great destination for visiting and we all know that but there are many hidden gems in this country that are still very little known and quite underrated. However, Belgium is mainly known for its food including waffles, chocolates and french fries, great beers and wines, humorous people, small but excellent army, famous statue of little boy peeing ... Read More »

Illuminated Caves – Okinawa,Japan

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To the south of Okinawa there is a beautiful illuminated cave named Gyokusendo Cave,this cave occupies the second largest position among these series of caves in Japan.Inside the cave it is well maintained and the walking paths are comfortable and well lit.It is located in the southern park of Okinawa and it is must visit spot,we should not leave any chance ... Read More »

Kruger National Park, South Africa

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One of the largest Game Reserves in Africa, Kruger National Park spreads over an area of 19,633 sq. km. The National Park is situated in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga. The area was turned into a national Park in 1926. The park is a part of the Kruger Canyons Biosphere, which is an area designated by the UNESCO as ... Read More »