Once a year, around the full moon of November, a huge camel fair takes place in Pushkar, India. When the eighth month (one of the most sacred) of the Hindu calendar has come, camel drivers of the Thar desert begin their long journey that will lead them to Pushkar for the full moon of Kartika Poornima.
Iguazu Falls, which stretches across the border of Brazil and Argentina is one of most impressive waterfalls in the world. Made up of about 275 waterfalls and cataracts spanning 2.7 kilometers wide, Iguazu Falls
A Namibian Safari is something that you will never forget: incredible vistas, surprisingly varied ecosystems (considering a lot of it is desert) and wonderful wildlife experiences.
Africa is full of unique and exotic wildlife, with over 1,100 different species of mammals and over 2,600 species of birds. In Africa, you can spot lions, giraffes and elephants on a safari, meet the world’s largest and smallest chameleons in Madagascar, or become acquainted with the world’s largest frog (the gorilla frog) in Cameroon. Conservationists are working to great lengths to protect Africa’s wildlife and wild lands so that they can be enjoyed for many generations to come.
I’ve always been someone who has gone after everything I’ve wanted. Nothing ever seemed hard or impossible; the challenging a dream was, the fun I had chasing it.
There are places you visit in your life as a traveler that resonate particularly with you, and make you say “I’ll probably go back someday”. And then there’s Kenya, and its majestic Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Are you up for anything? Got a stomach made of steel? Great, you’ll need it if you are up for eating some of these icacies. In this article we feature a selection of 30 of the most unusual foods you can find (and eat) across Asia.
The Running of the Bulls is a must see for many tourists that involves running in front of six bulls and a number of steers that have been let loose, on a course through the streets of Pamplona.
Did you know that Guinea pigs were originally domesticated for their meat in the Andes? For many years, these cute little critters were cared for and consumed at ceremonial meals by the indigenous people of the Andean highlands.
After enjoying the beauty of Agra, next stop for us was Ranthambore, where we would be spending the next two days on the hunt for the elusive Indian tiger on several safaris.