Posted on Mar 31, 2014 BY David Safari
This article briefly covers the attractions of Kenya.
Posted on Mar 31, 2014
Skyscrapers, townships, leafy suburbs and downtown-Johannesburg has it all. With a recent facelift to host the World Cup games, the city today parallels any other metropolis when it comes to mall shopping and nightlife. Any Johannesburg travel guide will also make you do the rounds of ...
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
Agra’s main attraction, the Taj Mahal is by far one of the most recognized, visited and celebrated sites in the world. It has beauty etched so deep within its foundations that it’s still glowing 350 years after it was built. For anyone travelling for the first time to India’s state ...
Posted on Mar 26, 2014
Popular as the place to be for adventure tourists, Cost Rica is also the place to be if you’re looking for eco-tourism. Tiny Costa Rica has done what other countries might not even have thought of – 25% of its land is ‘protected’ area in the form of national parks and forest ...
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
Vietnam is rapidly becoming one of Asia’s top tourist destinations. Though the scars of history are still visible, 21st century Vietnam is a peaceful, vibrant, and extremely popular place to visit. Whether you’re looking for its buzzing, modern side or the countryside, rice paddy version, both are alive and well in this thin, coastal Asian destination.
Posted on Mar 23, 2014
It’s the city that never sleeps, the concrete jungle where dreams come true and the holiday destination that never fails to impress. For some, New York can seem like an overwhelming list of things to do and see when visiting. Enjoy your tour of the Big Apple by hiring an experienced New ...
Posted on Mar 18, 2014
Built at the very end of the country, Cape Town is South Africa but, also, not Africa. The natural beauty of the Cape Peninsula with its iconic Table Mountain frames the pastel-shaded Cuban style buildings, while luxury yachts reflect their grandeur in the cool Atlantic Ocean.