Laos is often overlooked by travelers visiting its heavily traveled neighbors Thailand and Vietnam. This is unfortunate as Laos would surprise them with its many wonderful attractions, from wildlife-filled forests, numerous breathtaking waterfalls in the north, mysterious ancient past to its interesting colonial heritage.
Summer is here! It’s time to check your travel bucket list. While sightseeing is exciting, the joy of traveling can be stressful and tough on your joints and muscles. Yoga practices and teachings are becoming more popular for easing travel discomforts and the travel industry has definitely taken note of it.
What better way to travel than with friends? On the flip side, it might turn into a big headache and push friends apart due to differences in style or expectations. If managing your own tour party is too much of a headache, then let a professional tour operator like us prepare everything for you!
Sri Lanka is a relatively small yet incredibly diverse nation. It is an outstanding destination for great adventures, good food and pure relaxation. This country is a teardrop shaped island off the southeast coast of India that is bursting with cultural heritage like you wouldn’t believe. Its cuisines are mouthwatering with spices and influences from countries from around the globe. There are numerous ancient cities to visit, and no matter where you turn you will see spectacular wildlife, lush green tea plantations and an innate sense of luxury. It’s no surprise that Sri Lanka is on everyone’s bucket list.
You can’t always plan for when you’re going to spend money just like you can’t plan for all the little shops you would see along the way. It’s particularly common for tourist to come across something they want at a local small shop, only to then discover, they don’t have enough cash on hand to make the purchase. When planning your spending, don’t forget to always carry something extra. It’s better to have a little bit more just in case, than not enough.
Punch was invented in India by British sailors in the 16 century and then spread to many countries. The name punch is borrowed from Sanskrit (pañc),meaning ‘five’, as the drink was originally made with five ingredients: alcohol, sugar, lemon, water, and tea or spices.