Destination tips serve as a guide for a luxury vacation. Traveling with a dog can be a great adventure with just a little planning. Making lifetime memories is worth every minute of research. Now, go plan your next dog-friendly road trip. Indeed, traveling by yourself can be an exciting adventure. Or it can be a dangerous disaster! It all depends on how much thought and effort you put into planning your trip. Here are just a few tips to help you start your next journey off on the right foot. Ø Interview your potential trip leaders carefully. Ask lots of open ended and probing questions about the equipment used, the experience level of the guides, the lodging the food, and what is and is not included. Be sure to negotiate everything in advance, since you will have little leverage once the adventure trip has begun.
Chatkath~ So happy to see you today! Thanks for such high praise for this little Jerusalem travel guide; you always make me smile. I will keep you in my thoughts in the hope that you can someday manage that vacation to “The City of Peace.” I am certain you will find it an amazing adventure spiritually, physically, as well as visually. Wellness seekers will appreciate the treatments at the spa at Oberoi Rajvilas, which includes chakra balancing and massages using hot Himalayan stones. There are also yoga, meditation, and singing-bowl travel insurance sessions at this atmospheric hotel in the equally atmospheric Pink City. Our next day’s visit was very interesting again, we travelled to Gudauri a beautiful snow-capped hill station, where you can witness nature at its very best. Gudauri is located 120km from Tbilisi and it usually takes about 2 hours to reach from the capital. It is a destination spot for skiing, speed riding and paragliding or even if you just need to take pictures and enjoy the scenic beauty! The snow is so bright that we need sunglasses.
Most of my time in Nepal will be during the rainy-or monsoon-season, when many of the country’s unpaved roads are impassable. So I expect I’ll be doing a lot of walking (trekking, that is), which is more than fine with me. I hope to explore as much as possible on foot. A simple strategy to cut costs is to avoid the most popular places. For instance, a European city like Paris can be so expensive, but there are other great alternatives that can be just as charming, such as Athens and Budapest. Alternatively, a trip to Costa Rica is typically quite pricey, but a neighboring country like Nicaragua may be a more attractive option. I know lots of people who have been to Nepal ( lots of my friends are keen walkers)- sadly I’m not one of them. I wish you ll the best for this great experience. Great lens.