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The sweet marriage of golf and luxury consummated itself very early on in the game’s existence in America. Resorts where the country’s gentry had been vacationing long before golf was part of the American sports landscape quickly aligned themselves with the noble game imported from Scotland in the late 1800s.
Golf was being played by 1892 at The Homestead, the classic American…Continue
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The Sundarbans National Park is located on the lower areas of the river Ganges. It stretches from portions of India to territories of Bangladesh and West Bengal forming a delta region. The Sundarbans national park also known as Sundarbans and are recognized for its fresh water and humid forests. Its weather is ideal for formation and growth of mangroves. The Sundarbans are known for having the biggest and…Continue
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Ultimate Bungy at The Last Resort in Nepal may be the most spectacular Bungy Jump on the Planet. This remarkable 500ft (160m) drop into the Bhoti Kosi River gorge on the Nepal/Tibet border is the longest Free-fall in the world. Designed, constructed and operated by very experienced Kiwis to exacting international standards your safety is guaranteed. It is Nepal's Ultimate…Continue
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Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest wildlife reserve of India. It is located in the Himalayan foothill and extends to an area more than 500 sq km. In 1936, this park was known to be the Hailey National Park, then in 1955-56 its name changed to Ramganga National Park and finally the people know this place by the name of Jim Corbett National Park. This park was named as Jim Corbett in the honor of legendary hunter who was well known for hunting man-eating tigers and leopards and he turned…Continue
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The heart o Spain is surely its amazing and fascinating capital: http://tours-tv.com/ru/madrid
Madrid has been the capital of Spain since the 17th century.
The name Madrid comes from the arabic "magerit" which means 'place of many streams'.
The population of Madrid was 950 000 in 1900 now it is over 3…Continue
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This a moderate trek. The combination of easy walking and majestic scenery makes the trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4200m), commonly known as Annapurna Sanctuary, one of the most popular treks in Nepal. Enjoy mountain views, thick bamboo and rhododendron forests and a mix of cultures…Continue
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There are are so many fascinating Serbia facts that have the power to enlighten and inform those interested in learning about various dimensions of the nation. The geographical facts about Serbia state about its continental climate, mountains and natural attractions. The ethnicity of the country features among the interesting Serbia facts with various Serbian, Hungarians,…Continue
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Himachal Pradesh is located in the North West part of India in the lap of great Himalayas. The place is bordered by Jammu and Kashmir in the north, Punjab in the west Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in south and Tibet in the east. The unending natural beauty, pleasing climate and friendly people makes this place a paradise on earth. Each and every district of Himachal has numerous fine tourism destinations in its kitty which has been attracting people from all over the world.
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Rajasthan is the place which is famous for its royal living and rich food. Rajasthan Tour is liked almost by every people but the children as well as honeymoon couple like this place very much. Rajasthan is known as the land of valor and sacrifice. This important place is blessed with amazing sand dunes, magnificent sand dunes, virgin wild life, majestic Arawali ranges, golden Thar Desert, majestic forts, colorful fair and festivals, enchanting…Continue
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Ramnagar (Uttarakhand, Nainital): Forest authorities of Jim Corbett National Park found a dead elephant at Sarapduli Range in Jim Corbett Park India. After looking in the dead body of elephant some spot of injuries found on his eats and trunk. In mysterious circumstances, on 14th of September the 20 year old elephant was found dead.
As according to R.K. Mishra, the forest superintendent of Sarapduli Range, the cause of…Continue
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Rajasthan, the land of kings and the largest state of India, is wonderful holiday destination in India. Drenched into royal grandeur, the state is globally famous for its historic background and rich culture & traditions. During holidays in this royal and imperial Indian state you will see many historical monuments featuring forts, palaces, temples, havelis, castles, bastions, mansions and museums. There are also many heritage hotels in this state which doubles the charm of…Continue
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