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You may have missed these

March 26, 2011

Some posts may get lost in time, so here’s a recap of what you may have missed on our website:

  • Three Best Safaris in India
    India has a wide range of wildlife safaris and national parks, some of which have accommodations in the heart of the reserves. Visitors can take elephant rides or jeep tours to watch the flora and fauna – lions, tigers, crocodiles, elephants, boars, birds, monitor lizards and more – and experience the beauty of Indian wildlife.
  • Tips for money exchange before travelling
    One of the first things you will do if you go to another country is exchange money or make use of your debit/ATM/credit card. This can be a huge expense, especially if you’re careless. A few tips can help you get the best exchange rate and avoid paying high fees.
  • How to reach the Hollywood Sign
    They have put up signs that Hollywood sign is not accessible to public, which is not entirely true! Although you may go way up to a point where you can take pictures with the sign very close in the backdrop, but authorities have closed reaching behind the sign after 9/11.
  • Tips for driving abroad
    While on foreign roads, it’s important that you do not commit any driving offences, both for your own safety and the safety of others. The basic rules of the highway are the same wherever you are
  • A tour of Hollywood & Bevery Hills
    This is a tour of some of the most-visited spots in Beverly Hills and Hollywood
  • Considerations for Responsible Trekking
    Trekking can place great pressure on wilderness areas and you should take special care when trekking to help preserve the ecology and beauty of the country or place. The following tips are common sense, but they are also mandated by some governments, and you, or your guide, could be fined for not observing them.


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