Tips for Your Perfect Tour in Egypt

Planning to visit Egypt this holiday? Well, you are on the right path. Egypt is the perfect and the oldest holiday destination. Egypt is a treasure box of very old cities, deserts, huge mosques, pre historic empires, and amazing holiday destination. Egypt definitely is the country worth visiting. From ancient tombs to the largest mosques you will find the world’s most archaeological sites in Egypt. Those who want to travel just to add adventure in their holiday, Egypt won’t disappoint them too. The most famous scuba diving at the Red Sea Beach resorts or the most wonderful camel safari in deserts of Egypt are the attractions for the ones seeking adventure in their trip.

Before you plan a holiday tour to Egypt keep in mind the following tips:

1. First of all, exchange your currencies for the Egyptian currencies. All airports in Egypt provide the facilities of exchanging the foreign currencies for the local Egyptian pound. The banks at the ai

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Quick Tips For the Family Travelling to Disneyland

The happiest place on earth gets even happier when the day goes well! If you’re planning on taking the whole family out for a memorable day at Disneyland, there are a few things you’ll want to prepare in advance so that the day can run as smoothly as possible. So make sure your daughter has decided if she wants to dress as a Cinderella princess or a Snow White princess, pull out the park map, and get ready for a few quick tips on how to make your day an extra special, and sane, one.

Where will we go? This is one of the most important decision to make, and is typically best done before you even head to the park. Having a general idea of how your family wants to interact with the park will help they day be less chaotic. If you have older children, you may want to split up in the morning, and meet up for lunch and spend the remainder of the day together. Do your kids want to spend more time in TomorrowLand or in their princess Disney costumes shopping in the Sleeping

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California’s South-Central Coast

Traveling the Pacific Coastline on highway 1 between San Simeon and Carmel through Big Sur is full of dramatic scenery, where the turquoise waters crash into the rugged cliffs and mountains which rise up right from the ocean. For over 60 miles the highway winds its way along the cliff walls providing breathtaking views around every turn. Along the way are pullouts providing some exceptional photographic opportunities, as well side roads to points of interest and State Parks with hiking trails.

Just North of San Simeon is Ragged Point overlook which showcases what lies ahead and for the brave at heart, a step trail down the cliff wall leads to the rocky shoreline. Just off the highway is Piedra Blancas Light Station, a historic park and wildlife sanctuary which is a reminder of our past in maritime navigation. Not only does the pullouts provide spectacular views of the shoreline, but Sea Lions call portions of this area home.

The Big Sur Highway is much more than just a

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Tourism in Greece – An Ideal Destination for Activity-Filled Holidays

The tourism industry of Greece has become one of the key elements of economic activity within the country. As a leading tourist destination of Europe, Greece attracts millions of visitors from all over the world every year. Its rich history and ancient culture becomes the major captivating feature for the tourists. Additionally, the beautiful islands, mind-blowing historical sites, lengthy coastline and sparkling beaches are also a backbone to the growth of tourism in Greece.

Greece tourism – a historical overview

Tracing its roots late in ancient times, tourism in Greece has undergone tremendous changes over the years. Prior to the rise of Roman dominance over Western Mediterranean, the Greeks of Magna Graeca exchanged their culture with the Roman Republic. However, with the annexation of Greece by Roman emperors, this cultural exchange gained momentum. The modern-day Greece tourism began to flourish between 1960 and 1970 when various constructi

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Redwood National Park – Three Tips to Effectively Travel to Redwood by Amtrak Train and Bus

Redwood National Park was created in 1968 to protect land adjacent to the California state redwood parks that were formed in the 1920s. Currently the combined state and federal lands are administered under a joint agreement between the National Park Service and the California Department of Parks and Recreation. The combined parks cover over 110,000 acres including 37 miles of pristine California coastline.

Since Delta is the only commercial airline into the local airport, it is expensive to fly into the area. Although not close to an Amtrak train line, there is bus service from Amtrak stations to the Redwood area, which may be the cheapest way to travel to the park. Here are three tips/hints for effectively traveling to/from Redwood by land:

One: Martinez, California is your Amtrak connection to Redwood National Park. The San Joaquin line from Bakersfield (with connecting service from San Diego and Los Angeles) and Oakland (with connecting service from San Francisco)

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The World Most Popular Wedding Destinations

Are you planning a destination wedding? Do you want to celebrate your big day with natural beauties? If yes, you are in the right place. In this article, we will cover some incredible locations. You can consider them to host your wedding day. You might need more precautions and better planning when the whole world is going through a pandemic. You can consider international travel insurance to get the best travel coverage for your big day. You can think of wedding travel insurance with covid cover to deal with an emergency. You would certainly like to feel safe while enjoying your big day with your close family members. Let’s cover the most popular wedding destinations. In the end, we will also discuss how to make your wedding safe during this ongoing pandemic.

Best Wedding Destinations


You might have observed that celebrities are moving to the Maldives to spend their vacations and stay safe during the pandemic. The Maldives is worth consideri

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The Maldives – A Destination Everyone Should Visit

Following the horrendous events on Boxing Day 2005 The Maldives has refused to let the vast power of the Tsunami beat it and has returned to its former glory. Despite 99% of the Maldives being covered by water and the islands themselves a mere 6 feet above sea level the Maldives remains a stunning destination that everyone should visit at least once in there lives.

The Maldives has been one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Indian Ocean for many years and understandably so. The introduction of cheap flights from a variety of UK airports and the abundance of good quality and affordable accommodation has opened up this collection of some 1000 coral island to those of us that want to see the world. Many of these island are accessible from Male by speed boat, as familiar in the Maldives as cars are in the western world. Journeys can vary from 20 minutes to 2 hours although for the longer durations and those of us who don’t possess sea legs its just as easy to

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Victoria Falls Travel Tips and Ideas

The smoke that thunders, or Mosi-oa-Tunya. This is the name that indigenous peoples gave the awe-inspiring waterfalls of the Zambezi River between Zambia and Zimbabwe. While it is more commonly known as Victoria Falls, when one experiences the falls, the smoke that thunders is imminently more apropos. These falls, which explorer David Livingston said “must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight,” will be the highlight of any journey to South Africa.

Visitors can view the falls from Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in the country of Zambia and Victoria Falls National Park in Zimbabwe. In fact, visitors can get a glimpse of the falls from as much as thirty miles away. During the wet season, 19 million cubic feet of water spills from the falls, and the spray shoots over a thousand feet into the air and can be seen by those miles away. Unlike other world-famous falls, like Niagara, you are treated to a front-on view of Victoria Falls. Here, your senses will be trea

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Athens – A Gourmet Delight

If you want to experience Greece, then Athens is the city for you. Imagine going to the Parthenon on top of Acropolis Hill to enjoy the breathtaking view. Acropolis is known to be the Sacred Rock. It is situated on top of 512-foot limestone rock. Acropolis was originally built in 1500 BC.

Erechtheum is another impressive sightseeing spot. It is a temple that is built to honor Greek gods: Athena and Poseidon. The Propylea is a huge ancient gateway. It is situated right next to the Temple of Athena Nyke or Wingless Victory.

At night, you can find astounding sound and light show in the Acropolis. This show is held every night in English, and it is performed every night, except on the full moon night. The show lasts for around 30 minutes.

After the show, you can walk to the Plaka which is full of cafes and restaurants. Even if you don’t speak Greek, there is no need to worry. Most waiters can speak and cater English speaking customer. The food here is deliciou

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The Best European Destinations in Winter

Winter wears many disguises in Europe. As the north shivers under snowy blanket, the Mediterranean enjoys warm sunbeams. While Europe is breathtaking throughout the year, the Christmas spirit spread throughout the destination makes it a fantastical place to visit.

Rovaniemi, Finland

The official residence of Santa Claus is a must-see destination during the Christmas month. The saint in the red suit lives in a grotto which is free to visit. You can even visit the Arktikum museum to take a look at the history of this place. Make sure you bundle up because the temperatures here are simply astonishing making it one of the best European destinations in winter.

The Christmas Markets Austria & Germany

No matter what part of the world you’re in, you would have heard of the Christmas markets. These popular and romantic markets, that make Germany one of the best European destinations in winter seem to pop out of the ground all ove

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