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Posts from the ‘Adventure’ Category

  • September 13, 2013
    Indian Himalaya tourism: A best way to explore the fascinating Himalayas

    The Indian Himalayan belt is bestowed with a unique blend of splendor and thrill. On one hand it offers picturesque beauty to treat the eyes of nature lovers and on the other it’s fast flowing rivers, sky kissing peaks and tough treks serve as an ecstasy for adventure junkies. The best part is that there […]

  • September 8, 2013
    Himalayas: Heaven of winter adventure sports

    The mountain ranges of Himalayas are a blessing to India. They moderate the climate of India by acting as a barrier to extreme cold and hot winds emerging out of central Asia. Various forms of flora and fauna flourish on the slopes, in peaks and valleys of the Himalayas. Major rivers of Northern India find […]

  • March 26, 2013
    The best mangrove tour at Manuel Antonio Park, Costa Rica

    One of the things a lot of travelers and friends recommended to do in Manuel Antonio Park in Costa Rica was the ‘Mangrove Tour’. I booked the tour about a month in advance with Packing tips: Remember that: – Quepos and Manuel Antonio Park receives a lot of rain – You will be in a […]

  • December 18, 2012
    Photos: Ridiculously crazy roads in the world

    From hairpins to cliffs, Courtney Robinson lists some crazy, mind-boggling roads in the world in her list on Trippy. North Yungas Road, BoliviaKnown for being the most dangerous road in Bolivia, North Yungas Road is actually considered by many who’ve traveled it to be the most dangerous road in the world. In spite of having […]

  • August 13, 2012
    Do not skydive with ‘Sin City Sky Diving’ in Las Vegas, Nevada

    After purchasing a Groupon for $149 (a $249 value) to sky dive with Sin City Sky Diving in Las Vegas, we decided to do the jump last weekend. This is what the Groupon said: …The outing includes the following: A tandem skydive Limousine service to and from Bally’s A complimentary beverage after the dive …After […]

  • June 8, 2012
    Sarangkot in Nepal has the world’s craziest Zipline

    The city of Pokhara in Nepal has the world’s most craziest zipline – an astounding drop of 2,000 feet (600 meters) and a distance of almost 6,000 feet (1.8 kilometers). Just finished at Sarangkot, you ride at super speeds of about 87mph (140 kmph) at the ZipFlyer Nepal, the world’s craziest, most extreme zipline. That […]

  • April 19, 2012
    Planning for an adventure holiday

    The USA is a country that was built for adventure trips. With some of the most challenging wilderness environments in the world coupled with great transport infrastructure, America, from Alaska down to Florida, has it all for the lover of the great outdoors. America the Beautiful What makes America especially good for adventure lovers is […]

  • March 7, 2012
    Solar flares can give colorful auroras near the poles on Wednesday

    An impressive solar flare is heading toward Earth that could disrupt power grids, satellite navigating systems and airplane flights, but also give a visual treat of colorful auroras near the north and south poles. Forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Center said the sun erupted on Tuesday evening and the […]

  • February 17, 2012
    Keep vacations short in order to make them memorable

    You may have read it on most of the travel blogs that to be able to experience a destination is to meet the locals, eat the best local food and stay longer than you may have planned because that will make you soak-in the moments. But Time recommends keeping your vacations short ending with memorable […]

  • February 8, 2012
    Travel Back in Time in Cuba

    Featured Post   There are few countries that have been cut off from the rest of the world since the mid-20th century, but Cuba is one such place. Everyone on cheap holidays to Cuba can see a country that has vintage American cars running off Russian Lada engines, ration shops side by side gleaming colonial […]

  • January 26, 2012
    Is this the most dangerous attraction in the world?

    Holy shit! This hike along the face of Mount Huashan in China, thousands of feet in the air, is one of the most dangerous attractions in the world. Yeah, that’s right! It’s an attraction! You get down some “steps” (why the quotes you ask? Because they are just notches in the rock!) and walk over […]

  • January 24, 2012
    Organize activities in your city using Gidsy

    If you’re living in a city or town that has sights or activities to offer, then you can very well start your own small business by organizing tours; and visitors can find group or solo activities or tours at their next destination. Hosting and managing activities is not easy, but Gidsy attempts to make it […]

  • January 23, 2012
    TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Awards 2012 – Results

    Cape Town is the best destination in the world; The Phoenix Resort in Belize is the best hotel; and the United States is home to seven of the top 25 beaches in the world. That’s according to travel review site TripAdvisor, which has released the results of its 2012 Travelers’ Choice Awards, based on millions […]

  • January 15, 2012
    This is a good year to see the Aurora Borealis

    Aurora expert Mike Kosch thinks 2012 will be a great year to view the magnificent Aurora Borealis because the sun has a cycle around 12 years long, during which the number of sunspots – dark areas indicating intense magnetic activity – go up and down. More sunspots mean more particles being ejected and trapped in […]

  • January 13, 2012
    Hot-air Ballooning to start over Ayers Rock

    An agreement between the Uluru family and Outback Ballooning will start flights over Uluru in the Northern Territory of Australia in March. After negotiations that lasted a couple of years, John Sanby of Outback Ballooning said he has been liaising with an Aboriginal family to conduct flights from their land to The Rock. It is […]

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