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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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We are so excited! Nearly 100 women have completed our Women's Travel Survey! Don't wait to the last minute to complete our survey! Do it today to win some resort stays in paradise and more!
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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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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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BUEGay Great Wine Capitals announced the “Best of” winners
19 companies from Mendoza, Argentina, were awarded for their excellent performance in the field of wine tourism. The winners of each category are published below.
Mendoza, Argentina, dressed up to present the 2012 “Best of Wine Tourism” awards, which gathered important provincial authorities and local business people.
50 nominees, with their wine-tourism related projects, participated in this contest.…Continue
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This is a great month to travel in Southern California. The weather is cooler, but the “rainy season” hasn’t started, and daylight savings time doesn’t end until November 6.
In La Jolla, San Diego’s favorite coastal community, visitors can expect daytime temperatures of about 75°F (22°C) and overnight lows of around 58°F…Continue
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Smoking Volcán Concepción and her almost perfect cinder cone rise from silvery, pure Lago de Nicaragua to pierce the cloudy sky. 'Land of Lakes and Volcanoes' indeed, you think, as the rolling waves of Cocibolca (an ancient indigenous name for this 'Sweet Sea') rock your suddenly tiny ferry into unspeakable admiration. For these symbols of the nation - wind over water, fire from the earth - convey the elemental significance of Nicaragua's most powerful passions, poetry (don't get them…Continue
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Whether you are interested for visiting forts and palaces, ancient historical monuments, taste of royal life, wild life sanctuaries, different lakes, even scenic beauty, beautiful hill station and many other, you will have to come to Rajasthan. It’s a complete package of entertainment and relaxation.
Rajasthan is one of the most famous tourist’s destinations of India. Here in Rajasthan, tourists can enjoy the famous historical monuments, forts, palaces and varieties of Rajasthani…Continue
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