The Perfect Spanish Trip

The Perfect Spanish Trip

Travelling to Spain

Have you chosen Spain as your holiday destination? Well, prepare for a once in a lifetime experience as Spain is a country full of surprises. You can choose from a sunny beach or a high mountain peak; a traditional, charming, white village or a cosmopolitan city; a relaxing day in one of the historical towns or a full of energy party in one of the islands which are renowned for their nightlife. Regardless of what you choose, when you travel to Spain you have to be well prepared so here are some tips.

The peak season

Don’t despair if the boss only gives you the free days you need for your holiday during the peak season. It is a fact, starting with June and finishing with September, Spain is packed with tourists but this doesn’t mean that you have to stress too much. There are a few places not too famous and not too popular, but as beautiful as the well known ones, where you can relax and have a wonderful time. Instead of choosing Ibiza for a seaside destination, go to Menorca or to the coast of Almeria. For a mountain destination, leave the Sierra Nevada for Aragon, Asturias or even the wonderful Cantabria.

Sport lovers

The active tourists, those who choose Spain because it offers them the chance to practice one of the sports they love, should be cautious about bringing their equipment over by air. For example; Air France charges a substantial amount of money for surf boards and bicycles. A better alternative would be to buy everything you need on your arrival in Spain and re sell it when your holiday is over or better still hire the equipment. Either way, there is every possibility that these two alternatives will be more cost effective than bringing your own.

Preparations needed for Spain

The majority of shops in Spain have a special timetable, unique in Europe. They open their doors at 9am and work until 2pm; some of them reopen at 4pm and others at 5pm and they remain open until 8pm or 9pm. This applies from Monday to Friday and then on Saturday the shops will only be open from 9am until 12 noon so if you need to shop on a Saturday get there early! The reason for the long lunch period is the treasured Spanish siesta. The Spanish main meal of the day is lunch and it is surprising how much food they can consume, especially when they have to go back to work afterwards. After they have eaten their lunch they have a nap to refresh themselves. There is also a unique schedule for restaurants. Lunch is usually served between 2pm and at the very latest 4pm. They will not reopen until 8pm so bear this in mind unless you want to be hungry for several hours. Take into account all these details and your holiday will be perfect.

Spain offers so many possibilities and in all its popular regions Club Villamar offers a carefully selected variety of villas tossa de mar , villa spain and villa in pollensa are among the most beautiful destinations for your holidays.

Math Road Trip Project

Math Road Trip Project
Math storytelling is essential for connecting math to the real world and helping students problem solve. One project I use with my students involves storytelling with math and helps them with multiplying decimals. I have them choose a vehicle of their choice (dream car) and tell me a story about a road trip they took or would like to take with their family. In the story, they have to tell me how many times they stopped for gas, how long it took to get there, hotel cost, tickets, and food. They also have to tell me the total cost of the trip.For example, I planned a trip to SeaWorld with my family this summer. My husband Chris, daughters Ciara and Camia, Chris Jr, and I piled our luggage into the car at 11:30 a.m. because we wanted to get there by 3:00 p.m. because the tickets we purchased were “Twilight Tickets” for after 3p.m. At the time, SeaWorld was running a promotion so the tickets were $ 39.95 each. Teachers get in free and so did my son C.J. because he is two years old. The total cost of our tickets was 119.85. I don’t require my 6th graders to include the tax.

We only had to fill up twice. Once on our way there and once going back home. It cost us 2.47 per gallon to fill up which is $ 65.80 for the first trip. The trip home was a little more expensive because we went to a different gas station which cost us 2.37 per gallon and came up to $ 66.25. From my house to SeaWorld is a total of 200.64 miles. We had enough gas to get to SeaWorld and from SeaWorld to the hotel. I tell my students to use MapQuest to determine the total number of miles from their house to their destination. They have to show work when calculating time and miles per hour as well as miles per gallon and the number of gallons their car can hold.
With a full tank of gas, my Ford Expedition can travel 392 miles. This is the reason we did not have to fill up again. We drove at a speed of 70 mph and have to travel for 200.64 miles. To calculate the time we first dive 200.64 by 70 mph which is 2.86. So it took us close to 3 hours to get to SeaWorld. We purchased an all day dining deal for the kids that was $ 14.95. C.J. ate from their plate. This was a great deal because they could eat and drink whatever they wanted at diners who participated in the deal. Chris and I brought a sub and drinks from home. We left around 9pm and stayed at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. In the morning, we woke up and ate a complimentary breakfast provided free before leaving. We filled up our tank and was headed back home. The kids had a blast. It was Chris’s and my first time at SeaWorld. We enjoyed ourselves as well. The Shamu show was our favorite.

Ticket Prices:

39.95
x 3
—–
119. 8 5

Fuel Costs at Cheveron:

2.35

Wanda McDowell is the founder of Math Concentration: A Math Community.Find out how to get answers to homework questions and win giveaways.
at http://www.mathconcentration.com

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RV Road Trip

RV Road Trip

There are any number of ways to see the USA. An RV road trip is one way you might want to consider.

Americans love their road trips…. and our foreign friends seem to like them pretty well too when they visit. Much of the U.S. is easier to see by road than by using buses or trains.

A rental car has usually been our vehicle of choice when we take road trips far from home, but recreational vehicles are also an option. There are plenty of places that rent RVs for a week or a month.

You may find these recreational vehicles called RVs or motor homes. Outside of the U.S. they are often called caravans. Whatever you call them, they are self-contained accommodations on wheels complete with beds, kitchen, toilet and shower.

Until recently we had never considered an RV road trip for a number of reasons. The top two reasons are that RVs don’t get good gas milage, and if you don’t own one, they are a little expensive to rent. Then we had the opportunity to take an RV road trip with friends, and we saw the positive side of this kind of travel.

In the U.S RVs come in sizes from a little bigger than van size to really large, so you have to consider that you will be driving a vehicle bigger than what you’re used to…. maybe lots bigger.

We discovered that this was not quite as limiting as we thought. Most attractions and stores have parking lots that accommodate even the largest “rig”. You have to watch height limitations at gas stations and road underpasses, and narrow lanes can be intimidating… but once you’re used to it, you will travel just as quickly in an RV as you will in a car.

Stopping for the night is not a problem. There are RV parks all over the country, and many county, city, and National Parks have spaces for recreational vehicles, so there is no problem finding a place to park for the night. There are even some large store chains that allow you to spend the night in their parking lots… though that is not really a very scenic option.

You need to learn a few things about full hook-ups and partial hook-ups for the night, but your rental agent will give you the basics you need… and people you meet in RV parks are friendly and helpful. There are plenty of websites specifically about the RV experience and RV road trips where you can find lots of information if you’re interested in trying it once.

One nice thing about this kind of travel is that once you’ve got your RV set up, you have your clothes and food with you all the time. No need to go finding restaurants…. though you could if you didn’t want to cook. You will meet lots of friendly travelers…. people in RV parks seem to like to talk to each other and share their experiences.

You might even find that it doesn’t cost you any more than a rental car and hotels or motels along the road, and you might find an RV road trip a whole new kind of adventure that you like.

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Kayaking Trips

Kayaking Trips

Kayaking is considered as one of favourite activities which looks like a packet of Pringles. Why during your trip you don’t try to become a taster of sea kayaking or canoeing? This article will share you more the ultimate kayaking trips worth doing.

 

(1) Canoe Safari in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe, one of the top 10 game reserves in Africa. Safaris are quite run of the mill these days, but for those with a passion for canoes and a love of wildlife, you really can’t go wrong. Paddle through the still water of the Mana Pools and watch the elephants, hippos and herds of buffalo from a dug out Canadian canoe on the river…

 

(2) Kayaking Milford Sound in New Zealand – If you’re going to New Zealand, then there is no excuse for not visiting Milford Sound on the South Island. Most people explore here by boat, but why not take to the water in a kayak and experience the majestic beauty close up? With waterfalls cascading down sheer cliffs and verdant mountains providing astounding backdrops, this is Mother Nature at her best.

 

(3) JohnstoneStrait Kayaking. This area of water, at the north end of Vancouver Island, Canada, is well known for its annual visitors – killer whales, or orca. Seeing these amazing creatures upfront has got to rate up there as an out of this world experience. And if the wildlife isn’t enough to whet your appetite, the rocky coast line holds many coves and beaches to explore, as well as a dense rainforest inland for hiking.

 

(4) Sea Kayaking in Greece – climate, food, rich history and amazing coastlines, Greece is a perfect destination for summer holidays. The tiny island of Milos, a 4 hour ferry ride from Athens, is one of the jewels in this country’s crown. With over 130km of coastline to explore and over 150 sea caves, there is plenty for the adventurous sea kayaker to explore here. With abbey-like roofs, intriguing passages and dark tunnels to investigate and some great snorkelling too, this is a hidden gem.

 

(5) Kayak the TwinLakes in Alaska – Lake Clark National Park in South Central Alaska is made up of turquoise lakes and dense spruce and poplar forests. This is true wilderness country, with dramatic mountains and abundant wildlife including bears and caribou. It is the solitude of kayaking here that is so appealing. Remote, peaceful and wild, kayaking on one of the two large lakes here is not about adrenalin, but taking in the remote and awe-inspiring scenery.

 

(6) Kayaking the Galapagos – With over 100 islets and crags to explore, there is plenty of scope hereto get off the beaten track and away from the hoards of tourists to places that the large boats simply can’t reach. In both the sea and on land there is a fascinating wealth of flora and fauna to discover and in a region that has seen such environmental exploitation, exploring under your own steam by paddle will have a negligible impact on the wildlife.

 

(7) Kayaking in Mexico – The Sea of Cortez, off Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, is home to close to 100 islands, all of them enveloped by crystal blue seas. Loreto Bay, within the sea, is a designated Unesco World Heritage Site and is there to protect the fantastic marine life found there. Sea kayaking here in the winter season is all about the whales. Blue whales, over five time longer than an average sea kayak, migrate to these waters, alongside their smaller, but no less magnificent relatives, humpback, fin and Sei Whales.

 

(8) Kayaking Turkey‘s Coast – The rocky coastline of South West Turkey’s Turquoise Coast provides a fantastic destination for sea kayakers – novices and intermediate alike. There is true variety to be found her, with quiet bays, high cliffs and secret caves. The Taurus Mountains form an impressive backdrop, and the coastline is interspersed with sandy beaches, where turtles creep up at night to lay their eggs.

 

(9) Kayaking in the Scottish Highlands – The Highlands, in North West Scotland, are a dramatic location for kayaking, with lochs and a stunning coastline to boot. The Forth of Lorn offers one of the world’s best sea kayaking venues, with rocky islets and challenging tide races to navigate. Crags and dark caves can be expected, with the ever-changing weather adding to the excitement and challenge. Not for the faint-hearted.

 

(10) Canoeing the Amazon – Based in the North East of Ecuador, the Aguas Negras River is in the middle of the Cuyabeno Reserve. This is remote and off the beaten track at its best. With flooded forest and lakes connected by blackwater rivers, you can paddle into the heart of the Rainforest, leaving the modern world far behind you. Add to that, parrots and toucans flying overhead and dolphins, anacondas and caimans in the water and you have a pretty magical trip!

 

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Senegal Trip

Senegal Trip

Senegal is considered as a favorable destination to have an unforgettable moments during holidays. However, to have a thrilled trip you need to know beforehand about what you can or you want to do to not a waste of time and money. This article will share you some information.

 

Knowing Senegal before going there will not only help you to organize from the start of a journey without inconvenience but will also help you to prepare yourself mentally, physically and financially. That is why in this article, we offer you some useful ideas on this beautiful African country. Especially regarding its location and its climate, its culture and activities, you can meet the potential drawbacks and sites that make Senegal a country truly rich and interesting for tourism. You will therefore have the leisure to fully enjoy your stay in the calm.

 

Why choose Senegal as a destination?

With its capital located in Dakar and West Africa, below and beside Mauritania Mali, Senegal is a desert in the north as in the center, reaching at times the 46 degree C, but on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, the weather is pleasant. The best time to visit is from December to March, where the climate is suitable for all activities, to take long walks, exploring the flora and wildlife or to visit the various parks and managed reserves, or go to Dakar, including its Theodore Monod museum and its legendary port. Furthermore, the Senegalese population has the merit of being very hospitable; it usually reserves a warm welcome for tourists particularly at the Teranga. This helps you to spend some pleasant moments with residents who are the best equipped to guide you.

 

Which of the Senegalese sites are worthy to mention?

The island of Fadiouth, or the Isle of shells, is probably the most impressive island of Senegal, offering a quaint and located a hundred kilometers from the Senegalese capital. Apart from their beaches, Nianing which is the best known, the Rose Lake of Saint Louis attracts more visitors. But you can also visit the House of Slaves, a few minutes cruising Dakar. There is also the famous Stone Circles of Senegambia, located on the border Gambia-Senegal, used in prehistoric times for various ceremonies or dedications. You can also visit the parks like Niokolo Koba or so Saloum Delta. Lions, elephants, hippos, buffaloes and monkeys are present while in the North you can see above warthogs or jackals. You can even find a park for birds, the National Park Bird Sanctuary, opened the month of December to the month of June only. Moreover, the markets will enchant the eye with its brightly colored fabrics and various fresh produce from the sea

 

An Overview of Senegalese Culture

The majority of the population is Muslim. The official language is French, or else there are other regional languages which are still widely used; such as the Wolof, Serer, Fula, Mandingo, Soninke and Jola, some of those which are most widely spoken. The Senegalese literature which often personalized by the poet Leopold Sedar Senghor is frequently recounted by the women such as Fatou Diome with “The belly of the Atlantic” in 2004. The film is also one of the favorite activities of the Senegalese. For music, the “djembe and sabar” are traditional instruments. And as widely stated, the Teranga is the true Senegalese culture, manifested by a meal together around a dish that usually consists of fish and rice, the chicken or the “Maffett” Typical Senegal dishes. The football and wrestling are the most popular sports in the country even there are some famous stars from the discipline of boxing and basketball emerged from the Senegalese Nation

 

What are the risks of staying Senegal?

As a country whose population is predominantly young and poor, 51% of the estimated 2005 population below the poverty line and 40% of the unemployed youth, Senegal has a high level of insecurity. Indeed, the robberies are very common. Residents tend to think that tourists have a lot of money with them as well as jewels of values, and this is what attracts them to act violently. The demonstrations and strikes should be avoided, as well as parts of the country, including the Casamance in the south of the country. Of course, do not think of sexual tourism because it is forbidden in Senegal and is punishable by imprisonment. Besides all these, with vigilance and a minimum of ostentation, these insecurities can be avoided and your trip can be a benefit for you.

 

What are the formalities to get there?

Regarding the sanitary requirements, Senegal requires firstly no vaccine, except for students enrolled in French schools, where the vaccine against meningitis is mandatory. However, it is strongly recommended to protect against malaria and typhoid fever, major diseases in the country during the rainy seasons. If you are Canadian, American or national of the European Community, or if your country is a member of WAEMU, the visa is not necessary. Airport Leopold Sedar Senghor, 17 km from the center and the airport of Cape Skirring International has facilities to provide air links. You can choose your arrival destination and whichever is not important to affect the success of your vacation!

 

Dre is a professional online hotel booking counselor. He has helped lot of visitors coming to Mauritius with a minimal traveling budget. Many of his clients have saved up 40% from the amount which they should have paid directly to the hotels. For more, visit Hotels in Mauritius.

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On a Road Trip

On a Road Trip

When I was a kid growing up in Brazil, my family used to take every opportunity to hop in the car and go visit new places. My father was a master road trip planner and he would take care of every detail including of course the dreadful early (very early) start. I can’t tell you how many beautiful, tropical sunrises I saw through the window of our family SUV.

As a kid, I barely knew where we were going, and I don’t recall ever asking the “are we there yet” question. I used to love the ride, the different scenery and to feel the wind blowing on my face.

Now as an adult, I still love packing my stuff and heading to a new destination and driving for miles away. The big difference is that now I am the one on the driver’s seat making the decisions and the preparations for the trip. Both responsibility and opportunity come with this new role. And I love it! Now I get to go where I want, when I want, stop whenever I feel like it and design the trip I want to take. Yes, it is quite a bit more work than napping on the back seat of the car, but it is my time now and I wouldn’t change it for a second.

Road trips are excellent metaphors for life in general! As we journey through this world, our lives move from one destination to another with several different pit stops, missing turns, bumps on the road, beautiful landscapes, great company and sometimes even car issues. The question is: on our personal life “road trip”, where in the car are we going for the ride?

Back seat
Kids are usually the ones riding on the back seat. They never take charge of the wheel and they take very little responsibility for the trip, if any. Most of the time they don’t even know where they are and have very little control over the place where they are going. But, it is an easy ride and if anything goes wrong, it is certainly not their fault. On the other hand, they never get to go on a trip of their own and live their own true personal adventure.

If you are sitting on the back seat of your life, you feel like you have no power and no personal direction. Yet another day goes by and your dreams and purpose begin to turn into wishful thinking. Maybe one day, if you get lucky, life will take you to where you really want to be. The convenience of this position is that if anything goes wrong and life takes an unexpected turn, it is easy to pass the blame to somebody else. You are not in charge so therefore it can’t be any of your fault, correct? Meanwhile, life is passing by — sometimes complacent, sometimes fun, most of the time aimless.

Passenger seat
If you are on the passenger seat you have a closer look of the road and direct contact with the driver. You may be able to give suggestions about the ride, but ultimately it is the driver who makes the final decisions. It may be that you don’t know how to drive or perhaps you don’t have the courage to do it. In any case, someone else is in charge and you are following his lead.

Sitting on the passenger seat of your life road trip means you are living a life that somebody else has designed for you — not your own. You are only the co-pilot and your personal goals are secondary or even forgotten. Your life is focused on what someone else wants for you or taught you to be. Not based on your own inner values.

Driver’s seat
The driver is in full control of the car. He maneuvers it to the direction that he wants to go and makes the decisions to stop, go faster, take a short cut or simply cruise along. The driver must be focused and he responds and adjusts the car to the conditions of the road, its layout and the unexpected bumps and potholes. Most importantly, this is his ride and he takes the car to the destination of his choice.

When you take the role of the driver in your life, you are the one in charge. You are the one that sets your goals and chooses your way. It is you who make your own choices and you design your life trip based on your own true purpose. If something goes wrong, you don’t blame somebody else. Instead, you learn, you correct it, you adjust and especially, you keep moving. To be in this position you must be willing and able to take responsibility and be ready to make decisions. Best of all, you know that the trip is truly yours and only for you to take.

Where are you on the road trip of your life? Are you letting life just pass you by? Are you letting other people take the lead and steer you in the direction that they want you to go? Or are you ready to take charge, set your own goals and design your own true journey? As a coach, I work with individuals who are ready to sit on the driver’s seat and take the steps to move their lives guided by their own true purpose. They may not know exactly how to do it and how to create this road trip for themselves. They may have lots of doubts and hurdles to overcome. But somehow inside of them, they know they must and that it is possible. They are also not afraid to ask for help, support, inspiration and accountability. And that is why they come to work with a coach. They know that the trip is going to be much more enjoyable, successful and effective when they bring along someone who knows how to bring the best out of who they are.

Are you ready to take the trip of your life? Let’s start packing now!

Elias Scultori is a personal and professional coach supporting individuals who are ready to make positive choices out of ordinary and even difficult situations. He conducts both individual and group sessions over the phone and in person, and customizes each coaching plan to meet his client’s needs.

Trip to Morocco

Trip to Morocco

The unique, timeless, and unchanged Morocco creates a great impression on the mind. Morocco is a North African country with many travel destinations. The best time for Traveling to Morocco is during the winter months. The real beauty is the Atlas Mountains. Morocco has the flavor of romance, ancient culture, and history. Some of the cities of Morocco are Marrakesh, Essaouira, Casablanca, Tangier, and Fes. Bazaars, medinas, riads, bubbly pipes and yes, excellent beaches make Traveling to Morocco a wonderful African adventure.

Sightseeing in Morocco includes famous beaches, best seaside towns, represented by Essaouira, Tangier and Asilah, also the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara desert and the Dades Valley.

Moroccan Culture hosts many people including Berbers, the people of North Africa and Nile valley. The Moroccan culture is traditional with the men earning and women taking care of the cooking at home. There are lot of restrictions as far as women are concerned. You will find friendly and colorful environment in Morocco. Moroccan culture is famous for its hospitality.

A stay at Morocco is a fascinating experience. Marrakesh, being the culture center of Morocco, is a noisy and highly populated city. If you are thinking of a stay here, Riad is the best option. Marrakesh riads, the traditional Moroccan house, generally has a central courtyard along with a fountain, restaurant or a pool. Some Marrakesh riads also have terraced cafeterias, where you can eat breakfast while enjoying the beauty of the city. You can have flavor of traditional meals at Marrakesh riads. All the Marrakesh riads, are not expensive. There are many riads in Marrakesh, playing an important role in Moroccan culture. Few popular riads in Marrakesh are, Riad Magellan, Riad Dar Dialkoum, Riad Assala, Riad La Terrasse Desoliviers and many more.

Essaouria, the Moroccan city is enriched with a mixture of French influences along with Moroccan traditions and culture. Essaouira is known for its wood sculpting, paintings, fabrics and music. The city has tall white houses with blue doors, and workshops. Awesome beaches, seafood, and Gnaoua Music Festival are the specialty of the Essaouria. If you want to have the most fascinating experience here, you must visit Essaouria riads. A stay at Essaouria riads, is ideal for families. Essaouria riads, give a homely feeling. Rooms are fully facilitated, with extra beds, fully equipped bathrooms, multi cuisine restaurants and many more. Some of the famous riads here are Ryad Watier, and Riad Asmitou.

There are few travel tips at Morocco that you should remember. Non Muslims are prohibited from visiting mosques. If you visit the city during the month of Ramadan, you will have a different experience. Usually men and women both prefer to cover their body. You are free to dress as you please, but don’t insult Moroccans about their clothes. Local currency is Dirham. Moroccan transport is not very expensive. You will enjoy your stay over there.

Milud Wilson is author of this article on Marrakesh riads.

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Road Trip Tips

Road Trip Tips

The Joys of summer – Piling into the car with the kids and happily setting off for the beach, or camping trip. Sure the setting off is happy, but the ride itself can get tedious, noisy, and sometimes downright unpleasant. Let us take a look at some ways of approaching the family road trip to make it a pleasant experience for all.

First, let us keep in mind that much of this is age dependent. So, let us address first the family with kids under 12. Then we will talk about older families, and finally, a couple of points just for the adults.

My experience has taught me, that if you have little kids, the best thing to do is to leave really, really early in the morning. That way, you get a few good hours of sleep out and a quiet start to the trip. Dress them in their traveling clothes the night before and tuck them into the car, belt em up and hit the road. For winter trips, it goes without saying that you should warm the car up first so they will be comfortable right away.

Next thing, when you do need to stop, do not go to one of those big roadside stops. Pick a quiet rest stop, and provide your own refreshments from your car refrigerator. The good thing about the quieter rest stops is it provides a more relaxed atmosphere for the kids to run around some before getting back in the car for the next leg of the journey.

There are some great car cooler products on the market today, in particular 12 volt cooler just like having a fridge in your truck or camper. These 12 volt appliances everything from portable food warmer to popcorn makers can give you the conveniences of fresh food on the road, without the crowds at busy rest stops. Pack your own 12 v products, and road trip happily ever after.

I personally love making my own coffee on the road nice and fresh without any lines to wait in. With a 12 volt extension cord, you can make the coffee on a picnic bench near the car.

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Honeymoon Trip

Honeymoon Trip
Post-wedding every couple wants to travel to some exotic destination which has lifelong memory. After the typical ceremonies and rituals of marriage, crowd of relatives, olds, young, couples wish to go away from maddening crowd and a trip to some isolated beach or hill station can be just pleasing. Couple of days spend in the company of each other during a honeymoon trip can be amazingly pleasing and memorable entire life. Notwithstanding, far away places such as Goa, Shimla, Kerala, Darjeeling, etc. in India are popular spot for honeymooners.

Before deciding upon a honeymoon trip it is best to invest some time on it. Usually couples do it even before their marriage wherein they decide on every detail i.e. where to go, where to stay, how many days to spent, etc. Honeymoon trip could be messy if third person is brought; therefore, it is always avoided. Plan on your own about a honeymoon trip which is entirely your and your partners and the two are going to enjoy it. A romantic honeymoon destination always preferred from historical monuments or religious places.

India being a diverse nation with all kinds of travel destinations including of beaches, hill station, historical places, backwaters, naturally rich travel destinations, etc. offers comprehensive range of choices for honeymooners. The diversity of India offers exhilarating experience to those who are just married and wish to explore exotica of India soon after their couplehood. Honeymooners can enjoy trip to beach destinations, monumental landmarks, parks & gardens, wildlife sanctuaries, etc. However, it is beaches which are voted among the most attractive honeymoon destinations in India.

Beaches are considered hard core romantic travel destinations and there cannot be any comparison of beaches in Goa to any other beach in India. Beaches in Goa are known for their serenity, grandeur and liveliness. Moreover, a number honeymoon packages are offered by travel companies which provide attractive discounts for long hauls and stays in beaches in Goa for newly married couples. Besides, beaches in Kerala including of Kovalam can be a pleasing travel experience for honeymooners.

Beaches in Kerala can be another attractive option for honeymoon trip for couples wherein they can enjoy sailing on the traditional style boats. Water sports including of swimming, kayaking, waterskiing and surfing can be pulsating and exhilarating. Notwithstanding, many hotels and resorts in Kerala offer exotic massage services which could be used for rejuvenation and extension of fun during honeymoon trip. Boathouses in Kerala offer exciting recreational facilities, exotic and comfortable accommodation facilities which are liked by couples. Some leading accommodation facilities offered by Taj Green Cove Resort, Leela, Kovalam Beach Resort, and Coconut Bay Beach Resort are worth ponder upon.

For many couples hill stations are ideal for honeymoon trip and for that obvious reason are greenery, isolation, peace of mind, and cold weather. Some leading hill stations topping the list of honeymoon destination can include Mussoorie, Dalhousie, Mount Abu, Darjeeling, Shillong, Kodaikanal, Ooty, Srinagar, Shimla, Manali, Nainital, and Gangtok, etc. Whereas most of them are locate din northern Himalayan range of mountain, Ooty and Kodaikanal is located in the southern part of India.

Honeymoon Trip

Honeymoon Trip
Post-wedding every couple wants to travel to some exotic destination which has lifelong memory. After the typical ceremonies and rituals of marriage, crowd of relatives, olds, young, couples wish to go away from maddening crowd and a trip to some isolated beach or hill station can be just pleasing. Couple of days spend in the company of each other during a honeymoon trip can be amazingly pleasing and memorable entire life. Notwithstanding, far away places such as Goa, Shimla, Kerala, Darjeeling, etc. in India are popular spot for honeymooners.

Before deciding upon a honeymoon trip it is best to invest some time on it. Usually couples do it even before their marriage wherein they decide on every detail i.e. where to go, where to stay, how many days to spent, etc. Honeymoon trip could be messy if third person is brought; therefore, it is always avoided. Plan on your own about a honeymoon trip which is entirely your and your partners and the two are going to enjoy it. A romantic honeymoon destination always preferred from historical monuments or religious places.

India being a diverse nation with all kinds of travel destinations including of beaches, hill station, historical places, backwaters, naturally rich travel destinations, etc. offers comprehensive range of choices for honeymooners. The diversity of India offers exhilarating experience to those who are just married and wish to explore exotica of India soon after their couplehood. Honeymooners can enjoy trip to beach destinations, monumental landmarks, parks & gardens, wildlife sanctuaries, etc. However, it is beaches which are voted among the most attractive honeymoon destinations in India.

Beaches are considered hard core romantic travel destinations and there cannot be any comparison of beaches in Goa to any other beach in India. Beaches in Goa are known for their serenity, grandeur and liveliness. Moreover, a number honeymoon packages are offered by travel companies which provide attractive discounts for long hauls and stays in beaches in Goa for newly married couples. Besides, beaches in Kerala including of Kovalam can be a pleasing travel experience for honeymooners.
Beaches in Kerala can be another attractive option for honeymoon trip for couples wherein they can enjoy sailing on the traditional style boats. Water sports including of swimming, kayaking, waterskiing and surfing can be pulsating and exhilarating. Notwithstanding, many hotels and resorts in Kerala offer exotic massage services which could be used for rejuvenation and extension of fun during honeymoon trip. Boathouses in Kerala offer exciting recreational facilities, exotic and comfortable accommodation facilities which are liked by couples. Some leading accommodation facilities offered by Taj Green Cove Resort, Leela, Kovalam Beach Resort, and Coconut Bay Beach Resort are worth ponder upon.

For many couples hill stations are ideal for honeymoon trip and for that obvious reason are greenery, isolation, peace of mind, and cold weather. Some leading hill stations topping the list of honeymoon destination can include Mussoorie, Dalhousie, Mount Abu, Darjeeling, Shillong, Kodaikanal, Ooty, Srinagar, Shimla, Manali, Nainital, and Gangtok, etc. Whereas most of them are locate din northern Himalayan range of mountain, Ooty and Kodaikanal is located in the southern part of India.