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Whenever I ask people about their dream travel destinations, the majority of them say either Paris, Venice or Barcelona. These cities are genuinely exquisite to visit, but they are also cities that have become too common a travel destination. So, I ask them a different question then, what do they think about Russia? Upon mentioning the biggest nation in the world, most of the people ask about one thing; isn't Russia always freezing?

I always smile and answer; it is cold but not more than Norway or the Netherlands. Part of Russia indeed falls in the arctic circle. However, the majority of it doesn't. Russia is one such nation in the world that is so beautiful that you would think you had landed in a whole different universe. Despite this, it is also one nation that I feel is undervalued by the tourists from every part of the globe, which should be declared as a sin.

Russia, a country that occupies one-tenth of Earth’s land, spans 11 time zones across the Europe and Asia, which are the two continents that the country resides on. The country possesses various geographical features, such as deserts, frozen coastlines and mountains.

Being mesmerised by the Russian marvels and splendour should be on top of every tourist's bucket list. I have a good enough reason for it, well more than a few ideas to be precise.

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Let us now know more about the hidden jewels of this nation.

1. Moscow


Moscow is the capital city of Russia, and I am sure most of you know it. But what you must not know is that it is situated on a river with a similar name, that is Moskva. Being the capital, it is the biggest and most advanced city in the country. At the heart of the city is the Kremlin. It is a giant architectural marvel that is the pride of Russia and has the President's residence in it.

Close to it is the Red Square, where you will see St. Basil's Cathedral, which is a church that will make your jaws pop open. Its appearance resembles Aladdin's castle, but far more colourful and opulent than that of course. Hues of orange and green are dominant in this building that seems almost mythical.

Once you have had your fill of Russian history, you must shop to replenish your energy. GUM is an iconic Russian mall that was built in 1890. It houses all the local and international brands that you can think of. From Louis Vuitton to Tom Ford, you can shop to your heart's desire and then bask in the decadence of the most mouth-watering Russian cakes.

2. Saint Petersburg


Saint Petersburg is the second city of Russia and the most popular tourist destination. You will think that Moscow's wondrous charm cannot be beaten, maybe so; however, St. Petersburg does give it a fierce competition. Moscow is the capital now, but in the imperial era, St. Petersburg held this title for about 200 years.

This city was established in 1703 by Peter the Great, hence the same. St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Visitors are attracted to its beautiful canals, the so-called northern lights and the views of the Baltic Sea. The prices are expensive, although perhaps less than in Moscow.

Discover the wonders hidden in this city of Russia that Peter the Great conceived as a window to Europe and was built in record time for the time, despite the difficulties involved in the titanic task. Its palaces and cathedrals, the golden domes that shine with the sun, its bridges over canals and even nature, with its white nights, envelop it in a magical and mysterious atmosphere.

Do not miss some of the most spectacular, such as the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, the St. Isaac's Cathedral or the Kazan Cathedral.

The Hermitage Museum houses one of the most extraordinary collections of art in the world. When you walk through the magical streets of the city you will find hundreds of bridges that connect the islands. Some with elegant decorations, such as the Bank Bridge or the Lions Bridge. Others simpler but no less picturesque, like the Coloured Bridges.

To walk along Nevsky Avenue is to stroll through the history of St. Petersburg. Do not miss Peterhof, who competes in splendor with the Palace of Versailles, in France. Some essential places near St. Petersburg are Tsarskoye Selo, which was the residence of the Russian imperial family, or the idyllic Oranienbaum, another impressive imperial palace.

The Winter Palace is somehow the counterpart of the Kremlin, and all the imperial rulers used to reside here. Its location makes it even more beautiful, on one side are the waters of the Palace Embankment, and the other hand has Palace Square. It is one of the most prominent monuments in the country with over 1800 doors and about 1900 windows. Even though now it houses the Hermitage Museum, it was once the home of Peter the Great.

For all the theatre lovers, St Petersburg provides plenty of entertainment. The Mariinsky Theatre is a historic theatre that hosted the premieres of the magnum opus in Russian opera. At present, about 22 sopranos, including Anna Netrebko, are listed and enchant the audience.

You must have visited many museums in your lifetime, but have you gone to one that sails. Yes, the Cruiser Aurora is a museum ship. It was built in 1900 and fought in the Russo-Japanese War and survived. Now it symbolises the Russian History to all its visitors, intriguing.

3. Novosibirsk


The name of the city is had to pronounce for a non-Russian, but you will not regret visiting it. The city is located in southern Russia, with the Ob river going through its centre. It is quaint yet magnificent. The Novosibirsk Zoopark is the gem of this city. It is every wildlife protector's dream and an animal lover's haven.

It is a zoo cum scientific institution that had been working diligently since 1947 to be the saviour of endangered species. With about 11000 animals rescued and bred, it has accomplished high accolades. NOVAT or the Novosibirsk State Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet will provide you with the best destination for a romantic getaway with your partner. With Dmitri Jurowski's music, be prepared to be serenaded to the moon and back.

4. Murmansk


In the trip to the corners of Russia it is essential to visit the largest city in the world located north of the Arctic Circle, also called the capital of the Russian Arctic. This name is due to the fact that the great expeditions to discover the Arctic continent started from this point just 300 kilometers from Nourgam, the northernmost town in Finland.

It is a region that can see thermometers inside at -25 degrees Celsius, although in coastal areas the temperature is softer due to the influence of the Gulf Stream. The port of Murmansk is the only one in the world that has several atomic icebreakers capable of fragmenting the Arctic ice masses.

In addition here you can see polar nights, a phenomenon that takes place between the month of December and January where the Sun does not appear at any time of day. All this is compensated with the unique beauty of the aurora borealis that can be observed in its fullness during the polar nights.

The tour will take you from Murmansk to Teriberka through a snowy landscape that merges with the waves of the sea, and you will find it impossible to assure without mistake if what you see is sea foam or snow perched on the shore. The trip can be covered by dog ​​sled or snowmobile to the city of Teriberka, where a controversial Russian independent film entitled Leviathan, directed by Andrei Zviáguintsev, was filmed.

Military enclave during the Second World War, the history of the city has always been linked to the army and armed conflicts. So much so that one of its main monuments is the Alyosha, a giant statue of 90 meters high in the shape of a Soviet soldier in tribute to the Russian resistance during the Nazi invasion in the area where it is located.

If you like shipowners, you can visit the world's first nuclear-powered icebreaker ship. With an autonomy for two years provided by the uranium, it was used by the Russians for the exploration of the Arctic for 30 years.

Murmansk is located in the geographic area known as the Kola Peninsula and has the deepest artificial hole ever created by man. This hole is called Kola Well, and was created in 1962 after drilling the Earth's crust for almost 13 kilometers into the interior of the planet. To make your trip a most complete experience, since you have known the bowels of the Earth, why not climb up to the Khibiny Mountains to see the world from above?

In this region is the city of Kirovsk, where every year there is a concentration of ice sculptures that fight not to melt until approximately the month of April. The ice show is incredible with the size of the doors of some works allows a human being to enter without having to bend over.

A visit to the Geological Museum of Apatity will make you realize it, because even the name of the city where it is located - Apaty, just 20 kilometers from Kirovsk is dedicated to the greenish mineral of apatite.

5. Listvyanka


Although Listvyanka is a small city that grew on the shores of the Baikal lake, it is still a hyper touristy place especially in summer.

6. Olkhon island


The Olkhon island transmits an unique atmosphere. Something you should not miss is a visit to Cape Khoboy, at the north end of the island, overlooking Lake Baikal and Cape Burkhan. The rocks overlook the Maloe More, a small sea that separates the island from the west side of the Baikal. It is one of these mythical places around the world that travelers hope to reach someday.

7. Irkutsk


Khuzhir, the largest town, is the nerve center of the shamans of the north, in the middle of the steppe, the horses and the Buryats. Go in a marshrutka (a kind of minibus) from Irkutsk. If one is traveling through Russia with the Trans-Siberian Railway on the Irkutsk-Ulan Ude route, an intermediate stop can be made in Slyudyanka.

The beauty of Angasolka is tranquility. You have to take the local train from Irkutsk to Sluydyanka and get off at Temnaya pad. It can also be reached by hitchhiking.

8. Sochi


The Elbrus is a sleeping stratovolcano located in the western part of the Caucasian mountain range, in Russia near the border of Georgia. It is the highest point in Europe with 5642 meters above sea level. It is the highest mountain in Russia and the Caucasus mountain range, which, together with the Ural mountains mark the traditionally accepted border between Europe and Asia.

The Elbrus is infamous for its brutal winter weather, and the attempts at the summit are few and far between. The climb is not technically difficult, but it is physically demanding due to the altitude and frequent high winds.

The ascent to Elbrús begins in the village of Terskol and continues up the Baksan Valley. From Azau, the last village in the valley, you can use two cable cars and a dangerous chair lift. Right at the end of the chairlift is the Barrels refuge, a group of strange metal shelters at an altitude of 3,800 m.

Terskol, inhabited by the Balkarians, is a quiet place that is moved more than anything by the tourism referring to activities that go from trekking to snowboarding, skiing and mountaineering. Its main street is populated mostly by hotels, some abandoned and others that have a timid presence in the landscape.

Unlike Chamonix in France, you feel a more natural, less commercial environment. It is really a town that was preserved in the authenticity of its people.

9. Yakutsk


Welcome to Oymyakon, a village where students are expected to attend class till temperatures reach minus -52°C (-62°F). The remote Siberian village is considered to be the coldest permanently inhabited settlement in the world. Located deep in the heart of Siberia, thousands of miles east of Moscow, the Russian village of Oymyakon has the lowest recorded temperature for any permanently inhabited location: -71.2 °C (-96.2 °F).

In the village, however, the cold that could freeze your eyeballs hasn’t stopped life. One of the coldest places in the world, the village is home to about 500 people. Mobile phones usually don’t work in the freezing weather, and no crops can be grown here. The central market is full of fish and meat as the crops do not grow there. The village lies in Oymyakonsky District of the Sakha Republic.

The village sign reads ‘Omyakon, The Pole Of Cold’. It’s been nick named so by the people. Most toilets are built outside, because the frozen ground makes it impossible to build indoor plumbing. Local farmers keep cows warm at night by tucking them away in their barn. The only working shop in Oymyakon provides the villagers with everything they need.

Cars can only be placed in heated garages. The ones left outside must keep running, otherwise they won’t restart. The Road Of Bones is the only route to Oymyakon. It is named after the Oymyakon River, whose name reportedly comes from the Even word kheium, meaning unfrozen patch of water; place where fish spend the winter. The cold does, however, make the whole village look like a winter wonderland.

Here, day length varies from three hours in December to twenty-one hours in June. So you’ll have to be quick if you want to go sightseeing in the winter. And although winters in Oymyakon are long and excessively cold, summers can sometimes become hot. In June, July and August temperatures over 30 °C (86 °F) are not rare.

10. Petrozavodsk


Severodvinsk is the birthplace of the Russian nuclear submarine fleet. This is where the famous Sevmash plant is located.

11. Lake Baikal


Lake Baikal is the deepest and the largest lake in the world and the oldest lake in the world in terms of geological formation. It is 744.4 meters deep and has a shore length of about 2100 km. Its records do not end here, it is also the world's oldest lake, having formed an astounding 25-30 million years ago. Could it be possible that the dinosaurs drank its water?

There is one more, and the Baikal Lake is also considered one of the world's clearest lakes. Impressive, right? The lake also boasts rich biodiversity. It is the home of hundreds of species of both flora and fauna from the tiny snails to giant Baikal Seal. From hiking the terrains surrounding the lake to driving your bikes on the 140-centimetre-thick sheet of ice on the lake surface, it offers plenty of activities to tourists as well.

Enriching your feed with all the Russians magnificence in a straightforward blog would be next to impossible. However, you must have gotten a fair idea about what Russia can offer you. I am almost sure that if the COVID-19 hadn't locked you in your homes, you would have booked the next flight and rushed to the most pleasant place on earth.

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Paris is a place for couples, the most sought-after honeymoon destination, and so is Ibiza; however, Russia is a country that you can visit with your partner, your parents and your kids.
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Traveling has become a lot more convenient than earlier days. Airlines have helped you cut an ample amount of time for travel. Online reservations have let you avoid standing in the long queues for getting your railway bookings or bus tickets done. Hotel stays, restaurant bookings are immediately available at your fingertips. You are lucky enough to travel this much comfortably!

However, some people think that traveling solo is more peaceful than going with their pet dogs. I must remove the dust of misconception that honestly, it is not that difficult to travel with your little pup or big pooch.

In case you are on a trip with your pet dog, you must follow some predefined protocols to make your onboard experience enticing. The pet parents worry about their beloved dogs and their air travel together. Trust me, airlines have made a splendid way of taking your dogs with you, and that's the reason that too many dogs travel today with their parents!

This article is more of a guide to pet owners who should know the things when they are flying with their dogs.

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In this article, you would know everything from booking a flight to landing safely with your dog.

1. Know all the airlines' policies


Well, airlines are not too good to offer a seat to your dog! Perhaps, they can lend some space for your dog on the flight, that's true. It is advisable for a pet parent to get in touch with the airlines to know their pet policies. In the situation of you carrying your pet to the trip, online flight reservation is not a recommendable option. It is because most of the flight companies allow only a few dogs to travel at once on a flight.

2. Complete paperwork in advance


So, it is better for you to give a call or schedule a personal meeting with the airport authority and check if your dog can have a place with you or not! Also, there is some paperwork needed to get done before onboarding a flight with dogs, take care of it wisely. Airports charge an extra fee of $100-500 for a single trip of dogs. Be ready to spend a little extra for your darling dog!

3. Pack all the pet essentials


Till the end, you must be busy packing your matching sneakers and denim or what food items to carry along! It might make you lag in packing the essentials of your pet. Like you love your comfort, your dogs too! Be cautious about packing all the necessary items of your dog that makes his/her life comfy. Bag a complete set of the things that you may require on a flight and during the rest of the journey.

Bring a collapsible water bottle and a food vessel for feeding and hydrating your pooch. Take a dog bone, in case you need to give an activity to your pet on the flight! Pack plenty of dog food in the baggage so that it does not make an issue later. Carry two dog leashes, one for regular use, and the second one for spare.

Squeeze in some linen and cushions for your pet's comfort in your baggage. You might need them on the flight as well as during car travel.

4. Be aware of pet relieving stations


You must be smart enough to have an idea of the route of your flight! Along with it, you should know that your plane is going to land on how many airports! Long journeys prove exhausting and tiresome for you even, so how come your pet can get rid of it? During long air travel, you must be aware of the airports your plane is going to land, and also, whether it has a pet relieving station or not.

You can download applications that can guide you with this. Furthermore, you have an option to download the details on your phone and use it offline when needed. Research online about what facilities the pet relieving stations offer to your dog. If it demands a pre-booking and a handful of charges, go for it! Remember, how much your dog remains relieved during the travel has a direct relation to your stress-relieved journey!

5. Visit a veteran for your dog's health check-up


Airlines demand a dog certificate no older than ten days before travel. Once you have confirmed flight bookings, take your dog to the veterinarian's visit. Ask the veteran to take a complete health check-up of your dog and write a certificate of his/her immunizing capacity and sound health to travel.

Also, consult the veteran about giving CBD oils to your pup if he feels anxious during the flight. Giving sedatives to your pooch is only favorable after you have consulted the veterinarian doctor for the same. Be ready for any medication of your dog post-travel and once after returning, though!

6. Make sure you ensure dog's safety


Ensuring your dog's safety correlates with the safety of others on the flight! Taking dog beds on flight relieves the panic of your pup going out of it and making idiotic things. If you don't want to take any chance on your dog's safety, carrying a dog kennel or crate is the best you can do. Try keeping your dog tied with the leash, so you do not lose control at any time.

Packing a dog muzzle sometimes helps to stop dogs from unnecessary barking or biting anyone. Try preparing your dog mentally for the flight - that's the safest way!

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You would be glad to explore new places with your most loyal friend, won't you? Utterly, take care of your dog well and let it get some oomph on the trip. Take your furry friend on a walk once landed!
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Chota Chardham Yatra is a spiritual and a religious tour often done by Hindus. The Chardham of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath are located in the Himalayan ranges in Uttarakhand. In Hindu mythology, this pilgrimage is considered to be one of the holiest pilgrimages in India. People believe this yatra cleanses them from all their sins and makes the soul pure.

Yamunotri is the source of the holy river Yamuna, Gangotri is the source of the most sacred river Ganga, Kedarnath is considered the home of Lord Shiva, and Badrinath is the seat of Lord Vishnu.

Lih.travel (Leisure India Holiday) offers a luxury package for you to go to Char Dham yatra by helicopter. The package of Chardham yatra by helicopter will cost you approximately Rs 1,75,000 per head. This package is of 5 days and 4 nights. You can experience spiritual vibes and beautiful scenery.

Book the spiritual package of Char Dham yatra by helicopter from India through Lih.travel (Leisure India Holiday). The package is available for friends, groups, families. The start of the journey is from Dehradun and it will also end at Dehradun. So get ready for a spiritual tour to explore the versatility of nature in this divine yatra.

Main features of the Chardham Yatra in helicopter package are finger licking meals, luxurious accommodation, tour guides, transport facility and great services.

Interesting Reads: Best Time to Visit Char Dham Yatra of Uttarakhand

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Here is an itinerary for Chardham Spiritual Yatra by Helicopter From Dehradun:

Day 1 of Chardham Yatra


It is the day of arrival in the city of Dehradun in the beautiful hills of the Himalayas. You will be received by the guide of the travel agency. A luxurious hotel will be booked for you in Dehradun for you to relax. The journey of Char Dham yatra will begin from the next day.

Day 2 of Chardham Yatra


You will be visiting Yamunotri on the first day of your Char Dham yatra. You will get the helicopter for the Kharsali helipad from the Sahastradhara helipad at Dehradun. Yamunotri is just 5 km away from Kharsali. Enjoy the beautiful trek from Kharsali to Yamunotri or you can have a pony ride. After reaching Yamunotri you will do darshan of the Yamunotri temple.

You will get to see the religious and spiritual environment. You will get to visit the Ancient Shani temple after having lunch. The temple will introduce you to a new level of spirituality. In the evening return to the hotel for dinner and rest.

Day 3 of Chardham Yatra


Your second day will be spent in Gangotri. You will be going to the Harsil helipad from the Kharsali helipad. From there you will go to visit the Gangotri temple of the Goddess Ganga. The area around the temple is like paradise. You will feel a different kind of energy after visiting Gangotri.

After the long day, have some rest in your hotel and energize yourself with the delicious food. The next day is going to be a big day because you will be visiting Kedarnath which is the land of Lord Shiva.

Day 4 of Chardham Yatra


To reach Kedarnath the travel coordinator will arrange a helicopter for you to land in Guptkashi. You can take some rest in the hotel at Guptkashi. From Guptkashi you will reach Kedarnath by car. Kedarnath temple is located between the snow-covered mountains. At Kedarnath, you will attend Jal Abhishek followed by a VIP darshan of Kedarnath temple.

Kedarnath is an example of heaven on earth as it is surrounded by mountains and the view is breathtaking. You will go to the hotel after visiting the Kedarnath temple and your third day of Chardham Yatra is done.

Day 5 of Chardham Yatra


You will land at the Badrinath helipad. From here you will go to the hotel to drop your luggage and to have some food. This is the final destination of your pilgrimage. After having food you will be taken for the darshan of the Badrinath temple. Badrinath temple is located in the land of Narayana. Several devotees come to this site to pay their respect to Lord Vishnu.

Mana village and Vishnu Sahasranamam path is near Badrinath temple and can be explored if you have enough time. After that, you can relax at your hotel.

Day 6 of Chardham Yatra


This is the day you will return to Dehradun and your journey of Chardham will be over. The guides will drop you at the railway station or the airport or the bus stand so that you can go to your city. Your Char Dham yatra is completed with an amazing experience of spirituality.

Instructions for the Chardham Yatra in helicopter tour from India

• Take some warm clothes with you on the journey.

• Only 5-6 people are allowed to sit in one helicopter.

• Provide actual information to the agents.

• Keep a medical kit.

• Extra amount of Rs 200 will be charged if your weight is more than 80 kgs.

Chardham yatra is a way of showing devotion to the almighty. Lih.travel (Leisure India Holiday) is a travel agency that has some amazing spiritual packages of Chardham Yatra tour in a helicopter from India. The guests they have served have appreciated them and have given them positive feedback. This agency has been in business for about 13 years.

Book spiritual package of Chardham yatra by helicopter from India through Lih.travel (Leisure India Holiday). This package has all you need to make your journey more comfortable yet adventures. This tour by this agency will give you some spiritual vibes that will last with you even after completing the journey. This tour will bring you closer to the almighty as well as to the environment.
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Have you decided to see the magical Northern lights in Norway on your next trip? Norway is in the list of so many tourists. Norway is one of the unique places to see the Northern lights in Scandinavia. The interesting view that Norway offers seems like the dream come true. If you want to enjoy the lights, know about the best places to see Northern lights before you start for your trip. This article will show you the best places to see the Northern lights in Norway.

Norway with spectacular fjords, mountains with snow even in the summer, the Northern Lights, the alps like Lofoten mountains situated on small islands with tropical looking beaches is all very Instagram friendly.

Do you know what the Northern lights are?

Northern lights are the electrically charged particles. Northern lights are created from a collision and they enter into the earth. The sun is the origin of the lights. The lights show in the dark sky at night. The light dances in the color of purple, green, pink, blue and violet. Aurora borealis is the scientific name of the Northern lights. During cold and dry weather, the Northern lights creates a mesmerizing scene.

What are the best places to see the Northern lights in Norway?

Who knows it can be one of the memorable tours of your life. Watching the Northern lights is like a dream trip to some people. You can see Northern lights in Iceland or Finland. But several spots have made Norway worth visiting. And your trip can be easier if you know the perfect time for seeing northern lights in Norway. The best areas to see the northern lights in Norway are located in Tromso, Svalbard, and Trondheim.

Northern lights in Norway

We are going to show you the best spots to see the Northern lights in Norway.

1. Tromso


Tromso is the one largest city in Norway. The city is known as a famous spot to the people worldwide for watching the Northern lights. Most of the people go to this city as its one of the main attractions for watching the Northern lights in Norway. It is one of the locations where you can reach easily during Winter.

Not only the Northern lights, but you also have the chance to explore the entire Tromso. The Northern lights are the world-famous adventure in Norway. A huge number of people come to travel to the Tromso city to see the Northern lights only. People not only from remote locations but also from other countries come to Tromso.

2. Alta


If you want to see the lights from its ideal place, it's the Alta city. It's a small town, but according to several studies, Alta city is the most popular place to watch the Northern lights. As the temperature is warm in Alta, you can stay with your family in Alta. While you are watching the Northern lights, do not forget to see the other top attractions in Alta. The ancient rocks and the Alta museum is the top attraction.

3. Bodo


If you are thinking that you will not go to the Tromso for watching the Northern lights, we can suggest you go to Bodo city. It is a great destination for Northern light photographers. The city is 3 kilometre away from Norway. When you are getting yo the Bodo, you are getting more chances to see the lights more precisely. The clouds in the sky have made it more challenging to observe the lights. You can see Mount Ronvik from Bodo.

4. Svalbard


Svalbard is in the northern part of Norway. Its one of the popular places to see the Northern lights in the world. Travelers find it an unique place for watching lights. It is known to people worldwide that it is one point where people can see the lights during the day time. The most preferred time to stay in Svalbard is from the month of November to the month of February.

If you are going within this time, you can enjoy the dog sledding along with watching the Northern lights. But know one thing about Svalbard before the start. Traveling to Svalbard is more expensive compared to other places.

5. Lofoten


One of the best places to see the Northern lights are the Lofoten. You will not believe the view unless you watch it with your eyes. Small fishing villages are part of the view. The beach lies in it which gives it a mesmerizing view of the sky. If you are a night photographer, no other place on the earth can be better than the Lofoten.

Best time to see the Northern lights in Norway


While you are going to travel somewhere, you should know about the best time to go to the spot. In the same way, if you know the best month to see Northern lights in Norway, you can enjoy the time. So what are the best months to see Northern lights in Norway? If you decide to go from late April to early September, you can enjoy the Northern lights.

This time is considered the perfect time to watch northern lights in Norway because it gets dark during this time. The best season for visiting Norway to experience the northern lights is November to March. Because the nights between these months are much longer as compare to the whole year. An ideal month considered for northern lights is March. You can either see the aurora by waking up the whole night or set the alarm for every hour.

Which will be best season to see the Northern lights in Norway?

In one word, it's winter. Winter is the perfect time to see northern lights in Norway. As the sky remains dark during the winter, you get the chance to see the lights properly. If you are going during the summer, you cannot enjoy the lights. The month of May to August is the summertime in Norway. It does not get dark during summer. So it is better if you are going in winter.

Moreover, there are many hotels based in Norway who provides the wake-up service to the tourist coming here for northern lights. So, you can sleep without worrying about waking up at the wrong time.

You already know everything about your destination. Now it's time to prepare everything for the trip. Do not forget to take the camera equipment with you. Check that you have taken every equipment with you. If you forget to take photos, you cannot save your memory. Bring every moment with you. Once you get back, give your photos the desired look.

You need to have photo retouching skill with your own hand. If you cannot edit your photos, go for an expert graphics designer. But make sure that you give the best look to your photos.

If you were searching for the best places to see the Northern lights in Norway, you have got everything that you need to know. We have tried to give you the best authentic information. I hope that you have got everything so that you can start on your trip.
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Hello Readers, I hope you are doing great. Today we will provide some travel safety tips for you following the Coronavirus outbreak. In the last few weeks we have seen a lot of global developments which have directly or indirectly impacted you. The spread of the COVID-19 virus has impacted lives and economies around the world and is continuing to cause disruption in our lives. There is a concern all around as to how productive is work from home gonna be.

I was looking up to book for my Morocco city holidays but due to the great panic of the coronavirus outbreak, I have to delay it. I now will book my trip for September and October. Some safety tips are there which everyone should be aware of regarding coronavirus. Wherever you are traveling or intended to travel in the future, read the article, it would help you to avoid coronavirus and other major diseases while traveling.

In this regard, here’s how you can recreate the magic of human connection even though we are miles apart during the lockdown.

Travel Safety Tips for Corona

Here are some useful tips to avoid the coronavirus if you intend to travel somewhere.

1. Keep up to date about the CoronaVirus Situation


It is most important to keep yourself up to date about the situation occurring minute to minute following coronavirus widespread. WHO declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic and a challenge for the worldly nations. The situation in most of the countries is going worse and it is alarming. Growing economies and developed countries are both at stake because of this virus.

2. Where You Should not Fly?


Most of the countries in the world are affected by the coronavirus outbreak. There are a total of 195 countries in the world out of them, 140 countries are affected and it is not a small number. Wuhan, China’s province is the center of the virus and it has a large number of affectees. So it is not suggested to visit China in this situation.

The neighboring countries of China are also not recommended to visit in the corona situation. It doesn’t mean to develop a stereotype against the countries I’m naming. The virus is a thing that could be broken out from anywhere in the world. So there is no specific blame on anyone in this situation.

Mexico closed its borders for Americans, Africa is not allowing the European citizens to enter the region because it is a risk of coronavirus spread. Africa is safe from coronavirus yet.

Italy is badly affected by coronavirus as the death toll there due to coronavirus has raised more than 1 thousand as per reports. In Germany, cases are increasing day by day. Same as with the middle east and Saudi Arabia. Muslims' sacred places in Saudi Arabia are also closed and people are not allowed to make a rush on the places.

In France, people are at home for at least a week and further for two weeks. You also should avoid Asian countries like Thailand, Japan, Pakistan, and India. Other countries are in the red zone of the corona. So now decide, whether are you traveling or not? If so, where to?

3. What is needed to do during a flight to Avoid Corona?


You might have searched the right place and booked the flight with the best facilities. But you need to take account of some more things to keep yourself safe. As the virus can be found in the handles, and the movable, static things in the flight, so don’t touch things that much. Wear a mask and gloves. Use the sanitizer which will be provided to you by the air staff.

Don’t panic, but keep the distance from the other passengers. Don’t sit with the passenger who is ill or is a patient.

If you are using the blankets of the airline, don’t use it if that is not an emergency. You are advised to keep your towel, blankets, handkerchief and mask with you. Pack all the important things with you so it would not be any mishappening in the travel and it will get trouble. Prepare everything on time before the flight.

4. Don’t Shake Hand – Use Expressions


It is to know that coronavirus spreads by breathing and skin to skin contact. Don’t be physical with other human beings during the flight as it is not safe at all. You should be using expressions to talk to other people if it is that necessary. Use earphones, listen to the songs and things of your choice to avoid interaction with other passengers.

It is not awkward, because you are taking safety measures. People are taking quarantine in the homes and the places they feel safe from the virus. You are on travel so at least take measures to avoid the deadly virus.

5. Wash Your Hands frequently and Use Sanitizer


Coronavirus can be removed from your body if it is there, by using soap and sanitizers. So keep your soap with you and also sanitizers to make yourself clean. If the flight’s washroom is not clean, ask the flight attendants to make it clean. Make it sure to sit on the clean seat. Clean covers and pillows should be there.

6. A virtual happy hour


Humans thrive on social interactions - any communication - even from distance can help fight fear, anxiety, panic and depression. And even though you can’t go to your favourite bar, it doesn’t mean that you cannot have drinks over FaceTime or Hangout. Essentially, find such points of (virtual) connection that can help calm one down in these testing times.

Life has dramatically changed for many people around the world over the last few weeks and months. In the face of mass gig cancellations however, bands, musicians and recording artists are getting inventive by streaming directly to fans around the world.

Start with a routine that will help you drive immediate impact in your daily life. By focusing on a single goal, you'll allow your self the time to develop the habit seamlessly without spreading yourself to thin! Starting to hit your routine stride? Figure out good-for-you rewards that are a treat but still keep you on your self-care journey. No turning back now! Remember: Reward not rewind!

7. A digital movie night


Watch a movie together with your bubs! Get whole of your gang to dial in at the same time and put stories on Instagram or live tweet it. Make those after office hours, more fun.

8. Stand for others


A simple, ‘how are you’ or a ‘take care’ will just do here. These small texts, full of care and kindness can go a long way and make the other person feel connected and emotionally balanced.

9. Improve your existing relationships


Now that you have to be home, why not make the best use of this time by connecting with people you share your home with. Cook a meal for your family, plan a movie night. Just be there for each other. There's power in numbers. Reach out to those who motivate you to keep them up-to-date on your progress and tap into them when you need a little extra motivation.

10. Use more of technology


While video calls foster real time closeness, so can other mode of media like WhatsApp and Telegram that have beautiful emojis and hilarious stickers. Trust me when I say that those ‘pings’ matter.

You are important. Care your life and also be a socially responsible traveler. Keep all these safety measures to take great care of yourself and society.
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Reflected to be the place of religious and cultural realization for devotees all over India, the Chardham is enclosed by some natural elegance. Most devotees travel here to get blessings by the powerful lords. One must choose the most suitable time to visit Chardham and prepare fully in advance.

best time to visit char dham

Determining the right time is necessary because all four temples are placed high up in the hills, and you require to travel across abrupt slopes and rocky routes to arrive at the holy temples.

1. Weather of Chardham


Weather performs an essential part in picking a proper time to visit these four pilgrimage places. Your comfort is another determinant. The high mountains will be cool and refreshing during April to June. You should carry woolens with you as the evenings can be cold. The rains commence around July and last till the beginning of September.

The journey could be hard with chances of slips and water logging at places. September after rainfalls becomes comparatively cooler, which is seemingly the best time for the journey. By October the warmth drops and you could even notice initial snowfall. Consider the weather with all proper gravity when you think of a Chardham journey.

2. Best Time for Chardham Yatra - What should you Know?


Planning for Chardham Yatra is not a childish decision. The path is broken, brings you over a rugged area, makes you trek for prolonged hours and tests your strength each minute. The climate of the Himalayas is also erratic. The climate conditions remain varied each moment, making your journey all the more challenging.

Hence, before you plan a tour to Chardham, you require to be informed of the best time to visit Chardham. Then your trip will be hassle-free and secure.

3. Visit Char Dham During The Monsoon Season


In Chardham, monsoons remain throughout the end of June till the middle of September. Occasional storms and landslides are quite prevalent during that part of the year. So it's not advisable to visit Chardham in monsoon time.

Another good season to tour arrives at the end of September to mid-November. This is pre-winter in the hills when the hills are rich with greenery after a big monsoon and the brutality of winter hasn’t set in. This is the best time to begin the Char Dham Yatra for devotees across India.

4. Ideal Day to Visit Chardham


On the Akshaya Tritiya day every year, Chardham temples open. Akshaya Tritiya is supposed to be the most auspicious day as per the Hindu mythology. It falls on the Shukla Paksha and third Tithi during the month of Vaishakha. Additionally, Chardham temple closes two days after Diwali every year.

Diwali is another very religious festivity for Indians. It celebrates the conquest of good over evil. So, one can get entry to the Chardham and obtain a Darshan of the mighty lords only for 6 months each year.

5. What is the Perfect Chardham Traveling Season?


The most suitable time to visit Chardham is throughout April, May and the first half of June. That signifies the pre-summers and summers at the Chardham when the climate is comfortable sufficient for the journey. Trip to Chardham should not be done strictly throughout the monsoon season around the July to September months.

The main reason is the region becomes landslide-prone and unsafe during the monsoons. You could also acknowledge visiting Chardham between October to the end of November to enjoy the pre-winter pricks of the cold ambiance. The climate during that time is still tolerable and vacation friendly.

6. What are the Advantages of Chardham Tour at the Best Time


The important privileges of traveling to Chardham through the best season are:

• Traveling will be trouble-free

• No unnecessary obstacles

• Free of un-predictabilities

• A pleasant trip
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White sands, crystal blue waters, incredible wildlife, and a vibrant culture are just a few of the things you'll experience in the Caribbean. This unique part of the world is a collection of unique islands, each with something fascinating to offer. The hardest part of planning a Caribbean vacation is choosing which island to visit first.

Best Places to Visit in the Caribbean

Here are the top places to visit in the Caribbean Islands when planning your dream getaway.

1. Barbados


Barbados is an incredible island with sprawling gardens, old plantations, hidden caverns, and stunning beaches. Adventurous spirits won't want to miss The Animal Flower Cave, which is home to coral floors and live sea anemones. The cavern overlooks the northern coast, where humpback whales are said to frolic in the waves.

When deciding where to stay, choose a place near one of the incredible beaches that Barbados is famous for. Spend your afternoon snorkeling with sea turtles or aboard a catamaran sipping some locally made rum.

Barbados can boast of being one of the most emblematic and popular paradisiacal places in the world. Bathsheba is pretty unforgettable, as are places like Maxwell and Crane beaches. Crane Beach is one of the most famous and, in fact, is included in the list of the 10 best coastal areas in the world. Of course, before diving into this bay should prepare to withstand the strong waves that whip. Moreover, it is advisable not to go with children.

For its part, Brownes Beach is a large bay that starts from the nation's capital, Bridgestown. It is ideal to relax, take a dip and have a drink in one of the bars. Harrison's cave has become one of the greatest attractions of the Caribbean country. Inside, the Great Hall stands out, a huge room full of gigantic stalactites and stalagmites.

Another of its most emblematic rooms has been called The Village because of its extraordinary resemblance to a town that could be inhabited by fairies. If that is true, these same nymphs could bathe in the sparkling waters of the stream that irrigates this geological prodigy.

Rum had its origin in this small island. The locals learned to obtain it from the fermentation of sugarcane. There you can still visit the oldest traditional alembic on the planet. The distillery Mount Gay Distillery opened its doors in 1703, when this tasty elixir still lacked a name and was often referred to under the pseudonym of devil-killer.

2. Turks and Caicos


Turks and Caicos is a beautiful little archipelago that's teeming with life. Kayak along the Chalk Sound lagoon and visit the Blue Hole for some diving. This natural phenomenon is 220 feet deep and is home to (harmless) lemon sharks, sea turtles, and scores of fish. As you paddle along, you'll be able to see an underwater plane wreck. Elsewhere along the shoreline, you can see the wreck of the La Famille Express.

When you're tired of adventuring, head to one of the world-famous beaches. Grace Bay Beach is conveniently located near many of the other attractions in the area, while Parrot Bay is more secluded and romantic.

3. Cayman Islands


The Cayman Islands offer the perfect balance of luxury and adventure. Take a walk along Starfish Point, named for the hundreds of starfish that call it home. Spend an afternoon at the Cayman Turtle Center, where you can learn about the local environment and interact with the turtles.

While most people envision wealth and luxury on the Cayman Islands, there are a few mysterious places worth exploring as well. The Cayman Crystal Caves open up into a whole underground world, while Davinoff's Concrete Sculpture Garden is like something out of a fantasy novel.

Don't forget to stop by Hell— a patch of scorched earth that's become a strange tourist phenomenon. You can snap photos and send a postcard from "Satan" from the gift shop.

4. US Virgin Islands


Pristine beaches, crystal clear waters and warm weather all year round are just some of the reasons why the United States Virgin Islands, a group of islands in the Caribbean Sea, remain a popular holiday destination. Start your trip with a flight to Cyril E. King International Airport in Saint Thomas. Take a walk through the city of Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the Virgin Islands of the United States.

Take a guided walk on Blackbeard's Castle, a National Historic Landmark. Originally known as Skytsborg Tower, it served the Danish soldiers for a view wide of the sea and watch the arrival of the boats. But no trip to St. Thomas is complete without a visit to Magens Bay. As one of the best beach destinations in the world, it is characterized by its soft sand and crystal clear water, and is a favorite place to practice water sports such as snorkeling and paddle surfing.

Take the ferry from the Charlotte Amalie pier to St. John, the smallest of the islands. Trunk Bay is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by Travel Channel and Condé Nast Traveler. Explore the waters with a submarine walk. Go to the Annaberg Sugar Plantation. In a visit to St. John, you can not miss a tour of the Virgin Islands National Park.

From Annaberg, go 20 minutes west on the winding North Shore Drive to enter the park through Cruz Bay, the largest city in St. John. You can choose between recommended walks in the Virgin Islands National Park Visitor Center. Tour the Cinnamon Bay Nature Trail to see the ruins of the island's historic sugar plantations.

The Bordeaux Mountain Trail offers a steep route to the summit of Bordeaux Mountain, the highest point on the island. The Reef Bay Trail is the most popular hike, with dense forests, historic carved petroglyphs and a waterfall fed by a spring. Take a ferry back to St. Thomas and then a quick flight from Cyril E. King Airport to Henry E. Rohlsen Airport on the island of St. Croix.

From the airport, drive west on Highway 66 to Fort Frederik. Drive north on Centerline Road to Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve. On an island as green as St. Croix, it is not surprising that the kitchen movement abounds from the farm to the table. The best place to experience it is Ridge to Reef Slow Down Dinner. It is a six-course dinner that educates guests about the importance of organic, locally grown food.

Arrive at Christiansted, one of the largest cities on the island of St. Croix, on Highway 75.

St. Thomas of the US Virgin Islands is often referred to as the gateway to the Virgin Islands. It's an often overlooked destination in the Caribbean that both first-timers and annual visitors love. Spend your days snorkeling and kayaking in the beautiful lagoons, and your evenings on a sunset cocktail cruise.

As St. Thomas is a great starting point for exploring the islands, you'll want to give yourself time to move around. Head to Blackbeard's Beach and walk where the infamous pirate once roamed. Visit the Phantasea Tropical Botanical Garden and immerse yourself in the beautiful natural surroundings of the area.

5. Nevis


Nevis is the smaller island in the famous St. Kitts and Nevis duo. While most travelers gravitate toward St. Kitts, Nevis is a bit more relaxed and serene. You can take sailing tours and go for hikes, explore the historical architecture, and immerse yourself in the local culture.

The Nevis Peak hiking trail will give you a panoramic view of the surrounding islands while the quaint hot springs are a great place to soak your tired feet after a day of adventuring.

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6. Bahamas


The Commonwealth of The Bahamas is an independent state formed by about 700 islands located in the Atlantic Ocean, north of Cuba, northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands and east of the Florida peninsula. The country enjoys a climate between tropical and subtropical, and like all the Caribbean, suffers the scourge of hurricanes from late summer until the end of autumn.

Its capital, Nassau, has a large shopping center where you can breathe its colonial heritage mixed with the island's own folklore. In the peripheral islands, handicrafts include basketry made of palm leaves that end up being the most popular tourist elements.

This destination combines the most precious ingredients for a relaxing holiday. While vacationing in the Bahamas you can enjoy the tranquility of the beaches and the deserted keys, an omnipresent sun, an underwater world to discover, and the fun of aquatic and terrestrial sports. You can also savor a good gastronomy based on seafood with a glass of rum and the kindness of its inhabitants.

7. Cuba


Cuba is magic and it is passion. Walking through the streets of Havana causes in the stomach those butterflies of your own when you are newly in love. When you walk through Old Havana, through Vedado or the Malecón, you cannot do anything but enjoy the surroundings and a wonderful town as you travel Cuba.

Some will say that it is to go back to the past, for its colonial buildings and its vintage cars, but in reality it is to move to a world of tenacity and character. A character that is printed on each of the things we can see here. There is passion in cigars, in rum, mojitos, daiquiris and food of Cuba.

There is talent in salsa and jazz, and there is a bit of paradise in each of the Keys and, of course, in Varadero. Among things to do in Cuba, laze around white sands, transparent water and a whole hotel floor designed for the enjoyment of tourists. In Cuba there is also history, such as the monument to Che in Santa Clara, the cities of Camagüey, Pinar del Río and Santiago de Cuba.

All this and much more in a single island while you visit to Cuba and travel to Havana. Trinidad is the best preserved colonial city in Cuba. In addition, it has the famous Ancon beach of just 15 minutes away considered one of the best beaches in Cuba. Near Trinidad there is a huge natural reserve called Topes de Collantes.

You will be able to hike along its paths among incredible waterfalls. From Trinidad you can hire excursions in Cubatur or even with the locals of Trinidad to go to the park on horseback or even in 4 × 4 vehicles to see the best corners of the park and the best waterfalls.

One hour away from Trinidad you can find hundreds of waterfalls to explore. The Caburni waterfall of 75 meters of fall is the most famous and the typical to do in an excursion from Trinidad. But the most impressive is the El Nicho waterfall but its access is very complicated and tortuous, we recommend you use a 4x4 vehicle to reach the waterfall.

And the most photogenic and the one you usually see in photographs when you look for the waterfalls of Trinidad is the Vegas Grande Waterfall since it is easy to capture the entire fall of the waterfall.

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8. Dominica


With waterfalls, jungle, sulfurous springs, secret pools, rivers, reefs and coast, this untamed natural island promises unusual adventures. This volcanic island covered in virgin rainforest is a green backdrop for intense experiences, such as walking to a bubbling lake, relaxing in sulphurous hot springs, showering under a waterfall, diving or swimming in narrow gorges.

With its rugged coastline, dense jungle and hidden caves, Dominica was traditionally a haunt for pirates, so it is not surprising that it was chosen as the location for the Pirates of the Caribbean saga; the second and third films were filmed in Titou Gorge, Soufriere, the Indian River and Batibou Beach.

In many ways, Dominica is the anti-Caribbean island, having escaped mass tourism because it has very few sandy beaches, not a single ostentatious resort and no international direct flight. The Dominiqueses are so kind that they usually stop visitors to wish them a happy stay.

On the other side of the Trafalgar valley, linked by a road on the Blanc river, Wotten Waven is famous for its natural thermal springs. Dominica's trek par excellence, and one of the hardest, is the 6-hour round trip to the second largest boiling lake in the world (the first is in New Zealand). At the beginning of the path to Lake Boiling, an orifice gives access to the narrow Titou Gorge, which flows into a torrential waterfall.

Champagne reef is one of Dominica's most unique underwater landscapes with volcanic bubbles cross the seabed and emerge as drops of liquid crystal. The compact, noisy, chaotic but vibrant capital of Dominica is located between the coast and the Roseau River. Reggae music floods the alleyways that bustle with daytime animation.

9. Dominican Republic


Located north of the Dominican Republic, the Puerto Plata region is one of the most fascinating destinations in the Dominican Republic. Its numerous tourist and leisure centers (Ocean World, Cayo Arena, Ensenada Beach, Playa Dorada, Encuentro Beach) make this privileged corner of the Caribbean country, one of the most popular among tourists who choose the island to enjoy a well-deserved vacation.

The region of Cabarete and its paradisiacal coasts are the best attraction for lovers of kite boarding, wind surfing and water sports. Its seabed can not only be enjoyed by experienced divers and divers. Cabarete is also famous for its sand castle competition and its jazz festival, which is usually held at the beginning of November.

Sosúa beach is one of the most paradisiacal of the Dominican Republic and is among the main tourist spots of the Caribbean. It is surrounded by lush vegetation and protected by a large barrier reef.

The smallest island in the world that is divided between two independent nations (and not just tiny sections of or remote administrative districts of larger nations) is Hispaniola, which is split between the nations of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. It is much larger than the above islands, at 76,192 km2.

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10. Jamaica


if you are going to travel to Jamaica you may be interested in knowing these tips. Jamaica is a small territory that is located in the Caribbean Sea and very close to the Island of Cuba and Haiti. The land of the legendary Bob Marley, the reggae music or the sportsman Usain Bolt are some of the things that are known about this small Caribbean country.

Here, you will be lucky to meet some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and enjoy a tropical climate that you will surely love. The best beaches of the Caribbean Sea are waiting for you in Jamaica. After a short tour of the country you will need some time to relax, and the best place to do it is at one of the beaches in the region, such as Bloody Beach, the most famous, Hellshire Beach or Cornwall Beach.

In addition, in all of them you can carry out numerous activities, such as horseback riding in the water or swimming among dolphins. Enjoy a dream vacation surrounded by the most incredible coasts you've seen. White and fine sands and crystal clear waters are the main characteristics of the beaches of Jamaica. Jamaica is also art.

With the influence of European, American and African culture, the island located in the Caribbean Sea enjoys a multiculturalism unique in the world and yet to be discovered. In the city ​​of Montego Bay, known to locals as Mobay is the Doctor's Cave beach. The name, little reassuring all is said, is that of Dead End Beach.

About 30 minutes by road from Montego Bay, you will find one of the most exciting places to visit: the Glistening Waters Luminous Lagoon. It is a lagoon whose microorganisms light up blue, when there is movement in the water. Negril is the modern Jamaican destination, with its varied and varied accommodations and reggae nightclubs. Spend the night to the music that Bob Marley made internationally famous.

A mandatory stop is the Bob Marley Mausoleum which is located in the small town of Nine Mile very close to the city of Ocho Rios. Drop by the waterfall of Puerto de Antonio or the magnificent Blanco River. You cannot miss the opportunity to walk the beautiful trails of the Blue Mountains, very close to the capital, through which you will discover a completely unique natural environment.

Do you love tasting exotic flavors? The restaurants in Jamaica is characterized by a unique cuisine in the world and that will surely surprise you. Cities such as Kingston, the capital, Ocho Rios or Montego Bay are some of the best places to stop to rest and relax with a drink. In any of the Jamaican restaurants you will have the pleasure of tasting traditional Jamaican dishes such as Patty or Ackee and Salfish. Here are some stranger delicacies:

Canabutter - As the name suggests, this is a baked product made from infusing marijuana (cannabis sativa) and butter.

Mannish water - Despite what the name might suggest, it’s not actually water. Instead it is a soup that is cooked with scotch bonnet pepper and various boiled parts of the goat, which namely includes the head, the liver, testicles, tripe and the intestines. It gets its name from the fact that goat testicles are one of the most common ingredients used to make it.

Chicken foot soup - This soup is made with pumpkins, carrots, yellow yam and chayote. The recipe also uses okra (ladies fingers) and scotch bonnet pepper.

Peanut Porridge - This porridge is exactly what the tin says. It’s mainly made through blending flour, boiled water, cornmeal, boiled peanut, oatmeal in a container and then adding vanilla extract, nutmeg, condensed milk and evaporated milk.

Grater cake - This is a traditional Jamaican sweet treat that is made using the white parts of coconuts, sugar and peppermint essence.

Fish tea - This is a spicy and thick Jamaican tea that is used as a common appetizer with fish as the principal ingredient. Although it’s called fish tea, it commonly also includes ground yam, carrots, pumpkin and potatoes and green bananas. It’s also flavoured with milk.

Blue Drawers - This is a starchy and boiled pudding mainly made up of cornmeal, green banana, coconut, brown sugar and and spices which is tied up in a banana leaf. We also call it tie-leaf.

Stew Peas - Commonly eaten at lunch or dinner time, this dish is made with coconut milk, hot pepper, pig’s tail, stew peas and red kidney beans.

Conch - In Jamaica, people love to extract the meat of conch and then fry, jerk, stew or curry it and use them in soup and fritters. It’s also quite popular in the wider Caribbean particularly in Turks and Caicos, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Grenada and Haiti.

Gizzada - The is a coconut tart made from a mixture of grated coconut and sugar that is placed within a pastry shell.

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11. St. Lucia


Saint Lucia is a beautiful volcanic island that has lush rainforests, undulating agricultural fields and completely unspoilt beaches. St. Lucia is also one of the windiest places in the world, since the trade winds blow from the sea to the southern coast. St. Lucia has spectacular islands, a beautiful mountainous landscape, Qualibou volcano and its sulfur gushes, orchids and exotic plants, and roads bordered by flowers on both sides.

12. Trinidad and Tobago


You have to prepare for the calypso, the cricket and the carnival when you travel to these Caribbean islands better known for bird watching than for the beaches. Trinidad and Tobago are a beautiful contradiction. In Trinidad, virgin mangroves and rainforest-covered hillsides coexist with refineries and industrial estates.

Tobago has everything you would expect from a Caribbean island, like palm trees and white sand. Combined, the two islands that make up this republic offer unparalleled conditions for bird watching, diving, hiking in rain forests, swimming in waterfalls and cycling; and an electrifying nightlife, with a fabulous carnival that is the best and most colorful of the annual celebrations of the region.

The capital, Port of Spain, is an excellent place to socialize with Trinidadians, catch up with soca music and watch a cricket match, and only a short trip separates it from the beaches of Maracas Bay. The fishing village of Speyside, in Tobago, overlooks Tyrrel's Bay and attracts divers and birdwatchers, as well as being the starting point for excursions to uninhabited islands.

The village of Blanchisseuse, on the north coast of Trinidad, is a magnificent base for hiking, especially to Paria Bay.

13. Puerto Rico


The most natural way to get to Puerto Rico is by flight, and the good thing is that San Juan has many connections and it is likely that you can get cheaper air tickets from cities like Miami or New York. As for the airlines, the one with the highest number of destinations from Puerto Rico is American Airlines. On the other hand, it is also possible to arrive by sea to Puerto Rico, usually if you are taking a Caribbean cruise.

It is possible to travel from Santo Domingo to Puerto Rico by ferry, for relatively cheap prices compared to the airplane. It is possible to find cheap hostels in San Juan from 20 USD if you search well. Immerse yourself in the monumental legacy of the Old Town of Old San Juan and visit the Bacardí Rum distillery.

No trip to Puerto Rico is complete without enjoying its wonderful beaches, from Condado and El Escambrón to Luquillo and Montserrat.

After a catamaran trip you can access Culbera Island, a beautiful island east of Puerto Rico. Among things to do in Puerto Rico, you can snorkel and enjoy the colors of the Caribbean Sea. Here you can find Flamenco Beach, the best beach in the world and Vieques where a phenomenon of bioluminescence occurs that makes its waters shine with fluorescent colors during the night, due to the presence of unique microorganisms that cause this effect.

14. Aruba


Ornajestad is located on the picturesque southern coast of the island of Aruba, and is the capital. It is a perfect place to walk, shop and enjoy its restaurants. With tall multi-colored houses, carved wooden doors, typical Dutch tiles with outdoor patios, and the fusion of Dutch and indigenous cultures, it has an unparalleled charm.

Enjoy its beautiful beaches, visit the Wilhelmina Park, the Arikok National Park, the Bird Sanctuary of Bubali or the Grotto of Lourdes. You cannot miss the excursion in Atlantis Submarine, from where you can see corals and multicolored fish at a depth of up to 50 meters. Transportation in Aruba include taxis, public buses and a new tram system that takes you free to the city center.

Discover the island by car, on an ATV tour or on a jeep safari to visit the emblematic places of Aruba as you pass the colorful cunucu horses. Enjoy the coast or the countryside on horseback. The Archaeological Museum in the heart of Oranjestad located inside a beautifully restored village house. This museum preserves the Amerindian heritage.

It is also worth visiting the Aloe Factory and Museum, located in Hato. It tells the story of how Aruba Aloe Balm became the world leader. There is a similar but smaller museum, located in the center of San Nicolas, the second largest city in Aruba. Aruba's traditional music is a mix of waltz, dance, mazurka and tomb, which is played during festivals and holidays including Día de Betico, Flag Day and the National Anthem, Dera Gai and the weekly Bon festival Bini.

The local community and visitors to the island mark their calendars on the hottest days of the annual music festival, the Caribbean Sea Jazz Festival, the Aruba Soul Beach Music Festival, and the Aruba Piano Festival. Both the hotel area and the city center offer trendy places and varied clubbing nightclubs where you can find from karaoke nights and martini bars to sophisticated bistros and pubs.

Typical Aruban dishes include bread bati (a cornmeal bread), carni stoba (stew meat), and keshi yena (stuffed cheese).

15. Saint Martin


The smallest inhabited island divided between two nations is Saint Martin/Sint Maarten, which is divided between the Saint Martin overseas collectivity of France and Sint Maartin, a constituent country of the kingdom of the Netherlands. Its area is 87 km2.

16. British Virgin Islands


Tortola is the main island of the British Virgin Islands and its surroundings possess the incomparable natural beauty of the Caribbean islands, both on land, and under the transparent waters. Tortola is a paradise for lovers of water activities. The beautiful island is also a famous diving center.

Tortola has thousands of attractions and incredible scenarios in its beautiful beaches and lush landscapes. The activities and tours in Tortola, the main one of the British Virgin Islands, are varied and go beyond sports and culture. The beautiful and comfortable hotels give you the best view of the clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean islands.

During your trip to Tortola you will discover the many and varied activities that this small island has to delight its visitors, a mixture of natural beauty and excellent services. Enjoy water tours, fishing, snorkeling and diving to explore the coral reefs, rock formations in deep waters and legendary sunken ships. In Tortola, in the British Virgin Islands, activities and tours on land include horseback riding and through the tops of mountains and mountains. Adventure is a common word in Tortola!

In the tourist destination of Tortola, the local people will tell you that the blues are always good activities! When you travel to Tortola, make incredible snorkeling and diving tours in the magnificent waters of the beach, lagoons and inlets. You will also have the opportunity to surf and windsurf, observe the most beautiful landscapes of the Caribbean islands in a parasailing or ride aboard a fast and powerful speedboat.

During your trip to Tortola you can enjoy one of the most incredible activities you can do in the British Virgin Islands. Swimming with the dolphins has become one of the favorite attractions for locals and visitors and can take place in a fantastic place, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Caribbean islands.

Family vacations in Tortola are fun and educational. This sunny tourist destination is ideal for water sports, such as snorkeling for children and diving for adults. This Tortola travel guide suggests you do some of the tours and educational activities in the family in full contact with nature: jungle tours, bird watching, horseback riding, biking and a visit to the Museum Folkloric of the island.

Visit Mount Health National Park, symbol of the era of sugarcane plantations in the British Virgin Islands, where you will find intact vestiges of a windmill whose walls are made of stone. Take a tour of the Sage Mountain National Park, where you can see beautiful jungle landscapes from the highest elevations.

The Tortola travel guide recommends you to carry out your event here: travel to Tortola and discover the most romantic and wonderful landscapes to make the wedding of your dreams come true and an incredible honeymoon, with tours in Tortola for two, surrounded by the majestic Caribbean Sea, on the famous beaches of the British Virgin Islands.

In Tortola there are many other activities and attractions to enjoy. This small Caribbean island has several natural parks and national parks, right here and on nearby islands, the trip is short and fun. You should also visit the island's famous art galleries and dine at its delicious restaurants.

Enjoy and tan on the soft sand beaches, always using biodegradable sun lotions, so you take care of your skin and the environment at the same time.

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No matter where you go in the Caribbean, there's always an adventure to be had. You can't go wrong with any of the gorgeous beaches or beautiful settlements. Make your decision based on the activities you want to enjoy during your vacation.
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Every year, many people visit Dubai and Abu Dhabi to enjoy the holidays. It is a sandy area and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. You can find the desert in the southern area of the United Arab Emirates. The desert safari in Abu Dhabi provides the most wonderful and the cultural view for the visitors.

As Abu Dhabi is the entertainment hub of the world, people come from around the globe and enjoy a lot here. The capital and the second most popular city of UAE is Abu Dhabi. The beautiful city is located on the island of the Persian Gulf. In the 2020 survey, the population of the urban area is 1.5 million out of 3 million in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

The city of Abu Dhabi is the home of the UAE government or federal government also. The Supreme Petroleum Council is also in this wonderful city of Emirates.

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1. Why is Abu Dhabi popular?


The surrounding area is full of historical places. Due to the historical and cultural environment, the city is famous. In this city, many people come only for shopping or for trading. The ancient style houses and the Arabian culture also are in show here.

In the modern city, the eastern and western region of Emirates is included. Under the guidance of Sheik Zahid, the city was designed by adopting Japanese architecture. The skyscrapers in Abu Dhabi includes the notable Burj Mohammed Bin Rashid, Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Tower, the National Bank of Abu Dhabi headquarters and much more. The city is full of many parks and gardens as well as public beaches.

2. How you can manage the Desert safari from Abu Dhabi?


If you visit Abu Dhabi, your trip will not be complete without the desert safari. You can experience the adventure of being in UAE. The tour companies manage the trip from Abu Dhabi with expert drivers. Even people who do it for the first time have no difficulties during the trip. You can enjoy the thrilling dune bashing on the desert safari.

The desert safari from Abu Dhabi provides an efficient way of moving. With the safari, your journey is easy and you can easily enjoy the 9 hours of tours in the desert. According to peoples demand, tourism companies are demanding for a visa on arrival. You can check the different companies online and book your tour.

3. The best desert Safari Abu Dhabi deals


Here, you should know about the deals before the tour booking. The deals are affordable for you to visit the most beautiful places easily. The deals include:

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• Desert safari in Abu Dhabi

• Morning Desert Safari

• ATV Quad Bike tour

• Abu Dhabi city tour

• Grand Mosque & Louvre museum tour service

• Dhow Cruise Dinner

• Dubai city tour from Abu Dhabi

• Alain tour deal

You can enjoy the desert safari in Abu Dhabi deals only if you can search different sites and choose the best deals. You can enjoy the many moments at the desert through activities like camel riding, henna painting, smoking shisha — also known as hubbly bubbly, dune bashing, thrilling quad biking, sunset photography, amazing tanura dancing, glamorous fire show, BBQ dinners with dates and tea, different live dance shows, photography with the Arabian dress and the much more fun.

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4. Morning desert safari in Abu Dhabi


Many people cannot come in the day time, so they decide to visit the desert in the morning time. The tour is interesting in the morning time due to the sun shining and the red sand provides an eye-charming view. At the desert safari, they provide 20 minutes of dune bashing along with experts as well as you can also enjoy camel riding, sand skiing, and quad biking.

In the morning, you can breathe fresh at the desert place with the Arabian style breakfast.

5. Evening Desert safari in Abu Dhabi


As the weather in Abu Dhabi is too hot, people want to visit the desert in the evening time to have fun. In the evening, the wind blows and you can enjoy the different desert adventures in a fresh mood. The camel riding, dune bashing, and quad biking provide more fun. You can also enjoy the henna painting on hands and feet in the desert.

Also, the BBQ dinner will wait for you with the belly dance show. You can enjoy the dinner with the Arabian style Qehwa and dates.

6. Overnight desert safari in Abu Dhabi


In the deserts of Abu Dhabi, you will need a camera to capture the beautiful moments of Abu Dhabi. The sky looks beautiful from the camp. You can feel the sound of the wind during the desert safari. Many hotels show the Arabian culture.
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Looking for romantic destinations in India for honeymoon? Consider these beautiful destinations. According to The Hindu Business Online, the wedding industry of India is valued at $50 billion, ranking 2nd in the world. This industry caters to more than 10 million weddings each year and is estimated to increase multi-fold within the new decade.

Honeymoon trips form a sizable chunk of this industry, generating revenue for the travel sector as well. Today’s millennials are open for trips to locations beyond the traditional places. Here is a list of the best honeymoon places in India for would-be couples or those who are yet to take off on such a trip. The most preferred honeymoon locations for Indian couples include both foreign and domestic places.

Whether you are looking for a spiritual and healing experience or an adventurous and thrilling trip, here are top places in India every American tourist should visit for a full and thrilling experience. Enjoy the culture, food, and history of the region and visit a mix of everything to experience the beautiful country that is India.

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Those opting to spend their honeymoon in India can consider these destinations –

1. Shimla


The mountainous terrain and lush greenery added with chilly weather make Shimla one of the best honeymoon places in India. Shimla was regarded as the summer capital of British India courtesy a pleasant average summer temperature 22°C. However, the ideal time to spend a honeymoon in Shimla can also be the winter for the snowy weather and the skiing experience in Kufri.

Average daily expense per couple: 5,500 INR.

Best time to visit: January to March.

2. Jaipur


The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, is referred to as the Pink City for the trademark colour of buildings in this city. Jaipur is home to historic forts and palaces. Couples can opt for a romantic stroll down the city centre and soak in the Rajasthani folk culture. From fabrics to carpets, one can find various types of handicrafts in the Tibbati market.

Jaipur is also known for its extreme weather conditions. So, couples can consider this city among the best honeymoon places during the winter months.

Average daily expense per couple: 5,000 INR.

Best time to visit: November to February.

3. Pondicherry


If you are looking for one of the best honeymoon places in India, which includes beaches, owing to their pleasant climate conditions, Pondicherry deserves mention. Also known as Puducherry, it is renowned for the pristine seaside beauty along with the French legacy preserved in various corners of this city. It has its own airport and railway station, but most prefer a road trip of 150 km from Chennai airport.

Average daily expense per couple: 5,500 INR.

Best time to visit: October to March.

4. Shillong


Located in the outskirts of the city of Guwahati, Shillong is considered among the best honeymoon destinations in India. This hilly region is famous for its waterfalls and temperate climate conditions. The most preferred time to visit this region is during the monsoon months.

Average daily expense per couple: 5,000 INR.

Best time to visit: April to June.

Before planning your honeymoon destination in India, it is advised to purchase a domestic holiday cover. Make the best of the trip and stay financially protected against any untoward incidents which can befall.

Reputed insurance aggregators like Bajaj Finserv offer the Honeymoon Holiday Cover under their Pocket Insurance & Subscriptions which can provide you with financial assistance in the form of emergency hotel and travel arrangements, temporary smartphone in case of a lost device, etc.

If you plan on trekking with your better half, it is advised to purchase a trek cover insurance policy beforehand for financial protection against accidents. You can also avail a road trip travel insurance policy for financial protection against mishaps if you are going for the trip on the road.

These insurance policies can easily provide the necessary financial coverage of untoward incidents and play a vital role in assuring safety as well as security for the insured. Refer to leading financiers for comprehensive coverage and an easy claims process.

Read Also: Best Romantic Honeymoon Destination to Visit Outside India
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Often referred to as the flower shop of the world, the Netherlands is known for being home to a landscape filled with an array of beautiful flora, of different colors and smells. Thousands of tulip variants in every color of the rainbow find their way from auctions in the Netherlands to vases around the world. As a result, tulips have truly become trademark flowers of Holland.

If you are visiting Amsterdam in spring, visiting the bulb fields is highly recommended. The colorful tulip fields are a visual treat. There are the blooming tulips that movies brought on screen and had us dream of walking amongst the tulips holding hands with our beau some day and the inimitable heart in the art of Van Gogh; and art galleries for the seeking soul. Dutch tulips bloom at its best from mid-April to the first week in May.

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You can attend the many festivals and flower related events held during the spring season in the Netherlands.

1. Noordwijk


If you wish to witness the official start of tulip season, Noordwijk is a beautiful town on the coast of the Netherlands known for its lovely beaches and its easy access to Schiphol Airport and many of the country’s flower-related events. The Radisson Blu Palace Hotel, minutes from Noordwijk Beach, is one of the preferred accommodation options in this area.

Otherwise, if you wish to stay in Amsterdam, we suggest staying at the Radisson Blu Hotel at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport where in just 30 minutes you can reach Amsterdam city center or, if you prefer to visit other locations in the country, the hotel is located near Highway A4 or the Rijksweg 4, one of the main motorways in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through some of the countries principal cities.

2. Dam Square


While in Amsterdam, don’t forget to visit Amsterdam’s Dam Square on National Tulip Day. The season begins officially with an event organized by Dutch tulip growers who create a special tulip picking garden in Dam Square.

Originally cultivated in the Ottoman Empire (present-day Turkey), tulips were imported into the Netherlands in the sixteenth century. A century later, during the Dutch Golden Age, this colorful flower became so popular that it became the subject of many paintings and the central character of many festivals in the Netherlands.

Due to its popularity during the Dutch Golden Age, tulip prices increased significantly at first to later dramatically plummet during this period. This phenomenon, known as Tulip Mania, resulted in the Netherlands’ first economic bubble.

3. Aalsmeer


One of the greatest experiences during spring in the Netherlands is visiting a real tulip farm. The famous tulip fields or farms in the Netherlands bloom mainly during spring. So if you want to see the bright colors of the tulip fields you will have to plan your trip to one of the many farm locations nearest to you. Places like Aalsmeer, a small town near Amsterdam, houses the world's biggest flower auction, truly worth checking out.

4. IJsselmeer


To this day, you can also find many large fields throughout the countryside where tulip bulbs and other flowers are cultivated. The Kop van Noord-Holland, an area in the North of the Netherlands near IJsselmeer, boasts the world's biggest single flower bulb fields where you will find millions of tulips, hyacinths and other flowers.

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5. Keukenhof Tulip Gardens


Only 30 minutes by bus or boat from Amsterdam is the Keukenhof gardens, where up to 7 million flowers bloom every season. Keukenhof, in the vicinity of Haarlem, a city 20 km west of the capital, Amsterdam, is one of the most popular places to see in Netherlands. Do not go there in any other season than spring, and never after mid-May. In this way you will guarantee the most wonderful experience.

Beloved events like the Tulip Festival in Noordoostpolder and the Keukenhof Tulip Gardens are held every year at the start of the season. During these events, millions of spring flowers, like tulips, show their brilliant colors to visitors from all over the world.

The Keukenhof Tulip Gardens are located close to Amsterdam, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and other Dutch cities like The Hague, Rotterdam and Delft. If you are thinking of traveling during the spring or summer, especially on dates close to the Queen's Day (April 30), or when the Keukenhof Gardens is open (between March and May), be sure to book in advance to get a better price.

Keukenhof Tulip Gardens is a flower park of approximately 32 hectares, 7 million flower bulbs are cultivated and approximately 800 different types of tulips bloom throughout the spring season. Every year, this flower park chooses a specific theme to adorn all its gardens, events and artworks according to. This year, the park will celebrate its 71st anniversary and its theme will be World of Colors.

As the blooming of the flower can vary depending on the weather, a variety of flower bulbs are planted in different layers in the park and different types of flowers can be spotted throughout the fields almost every day during blooming season. What is more, during your walk, you can attend unique, weekly changing flower shows, beautiful ponds and various pavilions with various restaurants and terraces.

From the 10 miles (15 km) hiking trails of Keukenhof, you will have a spectacular view of the flower gardens. Beautiful, wonderful, wonderful, sublime, it is difficult to find an adjective at the height of this place. Imagine then, being in a huge garden of 32 hectares and 7 million flowers of incredible colors. In spring, very sure that you will believe you are in the midst of any of the most beautiful works of master painters.

It is practically impossible to find the words that describe and match the sublime beauty of Keukenhof. It's almost better if you do not hesitate to go there yourself to experience this sensation. It is an extension of so vast terrain that the best thing is that you travel it by bicycle.
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Saudi Arabia is the oil reservoir of the whole world. It is also home to two of the holiest Islam’s shrines in Mecca and Medina. It has flourished in the tourism industry as well. Thus, the Saudi economy stands on two strong pillars of tourism and oil exports. Dammam is the regional capital of the eastern province of Saudi Arabia which has huge cultural and historical importance.

It is home to many astonishing coral islands. It is one of the most famous tourist spots near Dubai and attracts people across the world. It has got its name from the Arabic word dawwama or whirlpool. The people originally depended on fishing for their livelihood. With the discovery of oil wells, it emerged as a major hub of the Saudi oil industry.

There are numerous places to visit with great places to dine and shop and activities to do once you're in this wonderful place.

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Here are the best places to visit in Dammam.

1. Dammam Regional Museum


It is located in the Sea Front area and has six exhibition halls that teach Dammam’s fascinating archaeological history to its visitors. You would go back in time as you would witness history unfolds itself right from the Stone Age time to the present. It has a display of an array of artifacts including antique weapons, traditional costumes, old coins, and ornaments.

2. Heritage Village


It is an extremely beautiful 5-story building that resembles the Arabian castle of Saudi Arabia. It catches your eye while in the city with lovely ancient Islamic artifacts. The items are collected by Saad AlBalahi which are interesting remains of the Arabic culture such as the weapons, clothing, jewelry and much more.

The main highlight of this place is its dining where interesting food is served in abundance. It is the village’s oriental restaurant.

3. Half Moon Bay Beach


It’s the most popular beach in the area with its clean, white sand thanks to the regular maintenance done by the government. It is shaped like a half-moon which explains its name with an abundance of aquatic life to explore. Divers can enjoy its artificial reef and calming waters. There are also amusement parks near the beach for non-divers and amazing dining venues.

4. Al Marjan Island


It is an artificial island, one-of-its-kind in the Middle East. It is connected to the Dammam pier by a bridge. It has appealing green spaces and picnic areas. Tourists can also enjoy ferry-boat rides and fishing.

5. King Abdullah Park


It is the largest park of Saudi Arabia located at the seafront of Dammam. It has a wide area of green spaces, playgrounds, fountains and lakes. It also has amusement parks for visitors to have a good time with their families and versatile restaurants to enjoy lip-smacking meals.

6. Dammam Corniche


The Corniche has an absolutely stunning view which is a popular hotspot for Eid ceremonies and other celebrations. It is adorned with flashy lights which are an amazing delight to watch. Tourists can also enjoy recreational activities and water sports, hosted by clubs. They also have green spaces and playgrounds for kids to enjoy.

7. Tarut Castle


The Tarut Castle is an iconic landmark located on the Tarut island. It was built in 1521 AD to protect the residents from the Portuguese invasions. Many archaeological remains and artifacts such as ancient weapons and stones. They have all been preserved in several Saudi museums. It encloses a courtyard that used to function as a water supply for the fortress.

When to visit Dammam


The months from November to March are the best time to visit Dammam. The climate is pleasant and calm during this period. The months of July, August, September, October hit the peak of the maximum number of tourists visiting as Eid celebrations take place during this time. Make sure to do your travel booking in advance.

Cleartrip helps you with your travel booking where you can 'Set your fare alerts' and get notified whenever there is a dip in the flight rates.

How to reach Dammam


If you’re travelling by air, the nearest airport is King Fahd International Airport, which is well-connected to cities in Europe, Asia, and the Middle-east. It is one of the largest airports in the world, and you will get a wide choice of airlines that offers affordable air tickets to Dammam like Flyadeal Airlines. It is very popular among air-travellers and you can also get an off of 50% on extra baggage fees if you book your tickets early.

You can book your Flyadeal tickets on Cleartrip in a few easy steps. Cleartrip provides you with a one-stop solution for all your travel needs. You can get complete details on your flight schedule, routes, timings and find amazing deals for your travel booking on Cleartrip. Its website and mobile app are accustomed to providing you with a smooth interface for you to enjoy a hassle-free ticket booking experience.
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