Tourist website Holidify decided to depict the most common differences between a tourist and a traveler. In a series of illustrations showing the different types of accommodation, transport, food, luggage, etc. Someone who likes to travel with someone, and someone – alone. Someone had carefully planned his trip to another country in advance, and someone who likes to improvise. In any case, there are always differences. Although these comparisons are [ Read More ]
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Mother Nature is rich in imagination! On our planet, there are many rocks, shaped like different animals. And one of them – basalt rock on the island of Heimaey in South Iceland, remarkably similar to a giant elephant or mammoth with trunk lowered into the water.
Japan, like many tourists because of its unique indigenous culture and popular attractions such as Mount Fuji, Tokyo and Kyoto, is full of amazing shrines and temples. But in Japan, there are many more interesting places than just these.
National Park Tsingy de Bemaraha in Madagascar is famous among tourists because of its stone forest. Unique karst and spiers attract rock climbers from around the world. Yes, and guests will also be interesting to wander here.
Example #1: The Great Pyramids of Giza Stonehenge. The Giza Pyramids. The Taj Mahal. Even if you’ve never seen any of these in person, you probably think that you pretty much know what they look like. I hate to burst your bubble, but chances are, you’re wrong. These famous landmarks are actually hiding some dirty …
This Las Vegas mansion is just minutes from McCarran Airport and the Las Vegas Strip. It has its own runway and airport, a personal zoo, car museum, ‘equestrian pool’ and jumbo jet with its own terminal. You can buy this 40-acre ranch for $48 million.
For nature lovers, the Treehotel in Luela, Sweden is a “must-visit” travel destination. Designed by Scandinavian architects, the concept behind the five uniquely designed ‘treerooms’ is to offer top class accommodation to visitors whilst ensuring that the hotel maintains a minimal ecological footprint. Open year round, guests can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities within …
Erica and Matt Hogan from Colorado were searching for a property in Costa Rica when they found a slice of land being sold for deforestation. The couple purchased it, but instead of cutting down trees they started an amazing project.