Wildlife Travel India – Breathtaking Experience

India is not only renowned for its pilgrimage or historical monuments but it is also elevated for its rare of the rarest wildlife in the world. It is an attractive wildlife destination with around 80 national parks and 441 wildlife sanctuaries that offer much more than the patient waiting. From teeming insects colonies to majestic elephant herds that make India is a veritable animal lover’s paradise. If you want to see the National Animal of India i.e. Tiger, there is no better place than the Corbett National Park, Sunderbans and Kanha National Park.

The incredible feature of these wonderful conservatories of exotic wildlife is that they are home to the largest number of tigers and the largest number of one-horned rhinoceros in the world, as well as the almost extinct Asiatic Lion, and a large percentage of the total elephant population! And these particular animal species are but a part of more than 500 species of mammals, over 2000 species of birds, over 500 species of reptiles and amphibians and around 30000 species of insects.

The wildlife safaris are also an exhilarating way to have fun in the presence of wildlife animals as you get an opportunity to not only watch the animals but also get to photograph them from close quarters. Come face to face with a sloth bear or a wild hyena, feel the thrill of photographing a wild lion on the prowl and experience an Indian jungle safari on an India Wildlife Tour. Wildlife Travel in India offers unforgettable adventure tours and nature tours to India. Tour India, a land of natural beauty and wonder with exciting India Travels.

India provides some outstanding wildlife tours which cover some attractive Indian wildlife destination. Through your Indian wildlife tour packages, you would be covering several wildlife destinations which would include Rajasthan, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and many more. This tours offers excitement, thrill, fun, frolic and much more. If you want to explore the unexplored wildlife of the north east, all the more better.

Enjoy a variety of jungle activities, also taking photographs, camel, elephant and jeep safari to go round the national parks, is amongst one of the options. If you a real enthusiast who would rather love to shoot a tiger, but with your camera lens; follow the trail of wild elephants; chase elegant gazelles and bucks through forest floors; go on a date with the celebrity of Indian wildlife, Royal Bengal Tiger; step and sojourn in the territory of un tamed Indian wildlife reserves. We have listed some of the famous wildlife travel packages for you to unveil. Indian Wildlife is definitely to give you lifelong memories.

So get ready to explore the special birds and wildlife of India. Do you want to fight with your fear? Don’t you have heart to glare in the eyes of tiger from the distance of few inches? If you have guts, so this is the right time to approach to India. Come with us and search your destination according to your choice. Click here for more Information about Wildlife Travel in India.

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Kuala Lumpur Travel Tips

One of the most enjoyed tourist place in Kuala Lumpur are the Golden triangle, China town and other Chinese shopping corners. These places are loaded with all items you can probably never even think of. Anything you wish to shop under the sky could be available there. To can purchase souvenirs, gift and tokens for your boss, or family and friends. Unlike other tourist places, these are easy on pocket. So if you are a ‘shopaholic’ it may not pinch your pocket.

Pamper Floor in Starhill Gallery is dedicated to spas and beauty centres. The mall stands next to J.W. Marriott Hotel on Jalan Bukit Bintang. Asianel Foot Reflexology Spa offers foot therapy with essential oils and a host of luxury treatments to heal & rejuvenate the body, mind & soul through your feet. For a soothing spa experience in a Balinese setting, pop over to Donna Spa that pampers your five senses. Ayurvedium Medispa is equipped with private/couple therapy rooms, spa bath and steam cubicle, private shower and in-room safe for clients to enjoy a host of health, beauty and stress-relieving therapies.

Inside your hotel room, you catch sight of this glossy card offering a variety of massage services, ranging from Shiatsu to Traditional Thai to what-not. The picture shows a pair of beautiful hands kneading at a client’s back. After a hectic day of sightseeing, you yearn for her invigorating touch, and book a room-service call. When the “massage lady” arrives, she turns out to be a blind man or a forty-ish woman with the built off a gorilla. As the legal saying goes — caveat emptor.

An important factor that could affect your travel experience is the mode of transportation that you choose. Using public transportation such as buses or taxis will require a longer time to reach your destination. You will also need to take the weather into consideration as Kuala Lumpur is typically very hot and humid-with rain sometimes in the evening. In addition, some taxi drivers can be very choosy about the destination they are willing to drive to, and can be reluctant to use the meter (especially during peak hours).

As you might have already guessed this part of area is very close to the bargain shopping in the city. For general you can walk and at stone’s throw away distance is Sungei Wang where you can find everything and anything. For the Tech Geeks and Generation-Y opposite the Sungei Wang is the famous Low Yat Plaza where you can find five floors of Electronics, Computers, Phones, and Gadgets. You will be spoilt for choices and bargains are the norm. Little further away from the the area is Times Square shopping mall and Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park for entertainment.

In addition to its spacious and luxurious surroundings, the Spa also offers a wide range of services, most especially baths, massages, and medico-aesthetic treatments. They offer an extensive package deal of massages, including foot and body polishing and facials. For instance, the Ancient Balinese massage uses a lot of hand and thumb work techniques, including applying pressure using the palms and elbows. It is like being kneaded like dough, only to alleviate the aches and pains in one’s muscles.

Not just a counter, but a soft-serve machine, large counter and all the fixings for a stand-alone ice cream store. I thought it clever that you could order ice cream, McFlurry and the like at the regular counter, but there was a separate operation inside the McDonald’s that just catered to the sweet-tooth in all of us.

Visiting for a few weeks is also an option to consider. Once you’ve traveled all the way here, if you can, you should stay. Chiang Mai attracts both new-agey types who come here to study massage, yoga, tai chi, or reiki healing, and on the flip side, Chiang Mai also attracts more macho adventuring types who rent big Kawasaki Ninjas or Harleys and torque their way around hare-pin turns in the mountain country that stretches from Chiang Mai to Burma. It also counts it’s fair share of “regular” types who are here just for Thai cooking classes, or to shop for carved teak furniture or silk cushions.

Wildlife Travel India – Breathtaking Experience

India is not only renowned for its pilgrimage or historical monuments but it is also elevated for its rare of the rarest wildlife in the world. It is an attractive wildlife destination with around 80 national parks and 441 wildlife sanctuaries that offer much more than the patient waiting. From teeming insects colonies to majestic elephant herds that make India is a veritable animal lover’s paradise. If you want to see the National Animal of India i.e. Tiger, there is no better place than the Corbett National Park, Sunderbans and Kanha National Park.

The incredible feature of these wonderful conservatories of exotic wildlife is that they are home to the largest number of tigers and the largest number of one-horned rhinoceros in the world, as well as the almost extinct Asiatic Lion, and a large percentage of the total elephant population! And these particular animal species are but a part of more than 500 species of mammals, over 2000 species of birds, over 500 species of reptiles and amphibians and around 30000 species of insects.

The wildlife safaris are also an exhilarating way to have fun in the presence of wildlife animals as you get an opportunity to not only watch the animals but also get to photograph them from close quarters. Come face to face with a sloth bear or a wild hyena, feel the thrill of photographing a wild lion on the prowl and experience an Indian jungle safari on an India Wildlife Tour. Wildlife Travel in India offers unforgettable adventure tours and nature tours to India. Tour India, a land of natural beauty and wonder with exciting India Travels.

India provides some outstanding wildlife tours which cover some attractive Indian wildlife destination. Through your Indian wildlife tour packages, you would be covering several wildlife destinations which would include Rajasthan, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and many more. This tours offers excitement, thrill, fun, frolic and much more. If you want to explore the unexplored wildlife of the north east, all the more better.

Enjoy a variety of jungle activities, also taking photographs, camel, elephant and jeep safari to go round the national parks, is amongst one of the options. If you a real enthusiast who would rather love to shoot a tiger, but with your camera lens; follow the trail of wild elephants; chase elegant gazelles and bucks through forest floors; go on a date with the celebrity of Indian wildlife, Royal Bengal Tiger; step and sojourn in the territory of un tamed Indian wildlife reserves. We have listed some of the famous wildlife travel packages for you to unveil. Indian Wildlife is definitely to give you lifelong memories.

So get ready to explore the special birds and wildlife of India. Do you want to fight with your fear? Don’t you have heart to glare in the eyes of tiger from the distance of few inches? If you have guts, so this is the right time to approach to India. Come with us and search your destination according to your choice. Click here for more Information about Wildlife Travel in India.

Wildlife Tours India, India Travel

Sylhet : Land Of Boundless Beauty – Part 2

Places of Attraction near the town:

Gate of Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal

Mazar of the Saint Hazrat Shah Jalal (R): Among the several places of historical interest in Sylhet are the mazars of these two Sufi Saints. It is easy to travel to the mazar of Hazrat Shah Jalal (R) from any part of the town in a rickshaw. Swords, the holy Quran and the robes of the holy saint are still preserved in the mazar. Thousands of devotees of different creed and cast come everyday to visit this place from far away places.

Shah Poran (R) mazar

The Mazar of Hazrat Shah Paran (R):The mazar of Hazrat Shah Paran (R) is located at a greater distance from the town. It is said that he was the son of a sister of Hazrat Shah Jalal (R) and was born in Yemen. After the conquest of Sylhet, he established his khanqah at Khadim Nagar and started spiritual ascetic practice there. Everyday thousands of people come to visit the mazar to pay their respect and honor for this Sufi Saint.

There is an ancient mosque by the side of the tomb of the Sufi Saint in this mazar. After some modernization 1500 Muslims can say their salah in a body there.

Sylhet shahi Eidgah

Shahi Eidgah: It was built by Mughal emperor Aurongozeb in the 17th century. It is one of Bangladesh’s largest and oldest Eidgah. About 100,000 people can say their Eid salah together here. The turreted walls surrounding the outer side of the mosque gives it a unique look.

Kean Bridge and Ali Amjad clock tower

Keane Bridge: The Keane Bridge is a famous landmark of Sylhet. This iron bridge was built in the 1930’s over the river Surma and was named after the British governor of Assam of the time, Sir Micheal Keane. Although the bridge is old, it is heavily used till date.

Ali Amjad’s Clock Tower: Nearby the Keane bridge this clock tower is located. It’s about 80 years old. This clock exhibits the great architectural taste of the people of that time.

Chandi ghat at Surma River

Chandni Ghat: It is the bank of river Surma. In the daylight it is beautiful. And at night it’s beauty is astonishing. If anyone is staying in Sylhet, it is a must to see during the night time when the river adorns itself with amazing beauty.

MouriChand government college hostel

The Gour Gobinda Fort: Gour Gobinda was the Hindu ruler of the region before the arrival of the Muslim reign started along with the arrival of the Sufi Saint Hazrat Shah Jalal (R). It is one of the earliest ruins exhibiting the history of Bangladesh. Tourists come here to see these ruins and get an idea about the lifestyle, architectural and engineering excellence of the people of that time. The fort stands as an evidence to the fight put up by the king’s army in the war.

Murarichand Government College is one of the most attractive places to visit near the Gour Gobinda fort. It is situated on a hill top.

Temple of Sri-Chaitannya

Temple of Sri Chaitannya Dev: The ancient temple of Sri Chaitannya Dev is another spot of attraction to the tourists. It is about 500 years old and was the ancestral home of the famous Vaishnya saint. It is located about 45km south-east from Sylhet town. A fair is organized on the full moon day of Bangla month Falgun every year. Thousands of devotees from home and abroad attend this fair.

Haripur Gas Field at Sylhet

Haripur gas field: It is about 22 kilometers from the town. Visiting this place can give the tourists some good experience about our gas fields.

Magurchara Gas field ruins:Magurchara gas & Oil reserved field was blown up while digging some years ago and kept on burning for 3 months upto a height of 500-feet. A lot of burnt around the ruins carry evidence to the disaster.

Sylhet Tilagarh Eco park

Tilagarh: This is a natural tourist spot. Small and big hills are all around the place. There is tea-gardens, poultry farms, dairy farms etc on the hills. For an exposure to the lifestyle of the local people this place can be visited by the tourist.

Some other places you should not ignore to visit during your stay in the town:

Shah jalal bridge at Sylhet

Shah Jalal(R) Bridge
Osmani mueseum
Osmani Medical College and Hospital
Sylhet Polytechnic Institute
Parjatan
Shah Jalal(R) University
Theme parks
Tea gardens

Other Places to visit around Sylhet:
Jaflong-Tamabil
Madhabkundo
Srimangal
Lawachara Rain forest
Jaintiapur
Haripur gas field

Shopping: There is a large number of malls open for shopping in the town. Zindabazar is the shoppers paradise as most of the malls are located here. Handmade textiles is the main attraction here. For trendy Manipuri fabric Lamabazar would be the right place.

Tamabil

Places to shop:
Al Hamra
Blue Water
Millennnium
Aarong
Monorom
Artisti
Westex
Kumarpara
London Mansion
Manipuri Bazar, Lamabazar.

While visiting this place one should be careful about pick pocketing as the place is very crowded.

Goa Travels: Land Of Tropical Paradise

The land of tropical paradise Goa is an enchanting destination all year round. It is located on the western coast of India and is known for its natural beauty of cerulean sea, amazing flora & fauna and majestic Portuguese architecture. It is an abode of scenic beauty, land of cultural festivals, known for lip smacking cuisine, luxurious beach resorts and the historical monuments. In Goa places of interest for tourists also consist of magnificent churches, age-old temples, evergreen hills and mountains. The extensive network of rivers and lakes makes Goa an ideal destination for water sports lovers. It is the land of ultimate fun, thrill and excitement which is fringed by coastal trees and lapped by waters of Arabian sea.

Goa Beaches:
The stretch of 125 km of pristine coastline makes Goa a ranked tourist destination across the world. This vast stretch of seashore can be classified into beaches in the North and beaches in the South. Beaches of these two different regions are known for their own characteristics. Beaches in the North of Goa stretch over a distance of 30 kilometres which are popular places for hosting lavish parties, carnivals and adventure sports. Some of the most famous beaches of this regions are Dona Paula, Bambolim, Anjuna, Vagator and Baga. Tourists throng to these places in great numbers due to availability of several recreational, relaxation and adventures activities.

The beaches of South Goa are known for their isolated locations that appeal to those tourists who want to enjoy the serene beauty of nature in solitude. Beaches of this region are known for their quite and secluded ambience with abundance of natural vistas. Some of the best known beaches of this region are Majorda, Varca, Agonda, Cavelossim, Benaulim,Bogmalo and many more.

Goa Beaches are the hub of water sports in India. Some of the most famous water sports that fascinate tourists are surfing, snorkelling, jet-skiing, boogie boarding, scuba diving, water-skiing, para-sailing, windsurfing and deep sea fishing.

Anjuna Flea Market:
This is the other hotspot of Goa due to its commercial markets with broad range of traditional and contemporary Indian goods on sale. This is colourful and vibrant market where one can choose best of Indian traditional dresses and handicrafts at reasonable rates. The bands of musicians, snake charmers, beggars and juggling hippies are the other attractions of this place. On Wednesday this market is on full swing that is the best day to visit this place.

Panjim:
Situated on the banks of river Mandovi, Panjim is the capital of Goa. It is popular for its beaches, churches, carnivals and natural beauty. The Portuguese Baroque style buildings, pretty gardens and beaches are the other must-see attractions of this place.
The scattered natural beauty in the form of sun, sand and sea make Goa one of the outstanding tourist destinations of the world. Some of the other noteworthy tourist spots of Goa include Dudhsagar Waterfall, Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Old Goa and many more.

Holiday Tour To Vasco-da-gama

Vasco-da-Gama in Goa is a wonderful place to visit. An important port of India, it is an enchanting and clean city in Goa. Discovered by the Portuguese explorer Vasco-da-Gama, this tourist destination has attractions like Bogmalo Beach,St. Andrews Church and Buddhist caves.
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Planning a trip to Goa? Visit Vasco-da-Gama, one of the most enchanting tourist destinations of Goa. Offering amazing attractions, this destination got its name from the Portuguese explorer and the former viceroy Vasco-da-Gama. It is one of the important ports of India. It is a beautiful and clean town popularly known as Vasco. The Goa’s famous musical group Diamond Orchestra belongs to Vasco. The people here love music and entertainment.

Some of the main attractions of Vasco are:
Bogmalo Beach

Easily accessible from every corner of the town, Bogmalo Beach offers scenic beauty and peaceful aura. It is also one of the most clean beaches of Goa. Its shore is lined by fishing villages, which looks charming. Breathe in fresh air and treat your senses to wonderful views of the beach. Several small restaurants are present on the beach where you can gorge on a variety of traditional food.
This beach is a perfect destination for those inclined towards fishing and swimming. You can also indulge in interesting water sports. Also, do taste Feni, the famous drink of Goa. Located near this beach is the Naval Aviation Museum where you can acquaint yourself with the history of Indian Naval Aviation, various aircrafts, weapons, sensors, safety equipments etc.

St. Andrews Church
It is the oldest church here which is around 400 year old.

There are several beautiful churches, temples and mosques here where you can visit. Monuments such as Cabode Rama, Buddhist caves and Rivona are truly worth a visit.

Shopping
Go on a shopping spree in Vasco and take back home some of the finest traditional handicrafts of Goa. Objects made from shells, bamboo, brassware and wood are available here. Beachwear in various colors and designs are also available in the markets.

Kuala Lumpur Travel Tips

One of the most enjoyed tourist place in Kuala Lumpur are the Golden triangle, China town and other Chinese shopping corners. These places are loaded with all items you can probably never even think of. Anything you wish to shop under the sky could be available there. To can purchase souvenirs, gift and tokens for your boss, or family and friends. Unlike other tourist places, these are easy on pocket. So if you are a ‘shopaholic’ it may not pinch your pocket.

Pamper Floor in Starhill Gallery is dedicated to spas and beauty centres. The mall stands next to J.W. Marriott Hotel on Jalan Bukit Bintang. Asianel Foot Reflexology Spa offers foot therapy with essential oils and a host of luxury treatments to heal & rejuvenate the body, mind & soul through your feet. For a soothing spa experience in a Balinese setting, pop over to Donna Spa that pampers your five senses. Ayurvedium Medispa is equipped with private/couple therapy rooms, spa bath and steam cubicle, private shower and in-room safe for clients to enjoy a host of health, beauty and stress-relieving therapies.

Inside your hotel room, you catch sight of this glossy card offering a variety of massage services, ranging from Shiatsu to Traditional Thai to what-not. The picture shows a pair of beautiful hands kneading at a client’s back. After a hectic day of sightseeing, you yearn for her invigorating touch, and book a room-service call. When the “massage lady” arrives, she turns out to be a blind man or a forty-ish woman with the built off a gorilla. As the legal saying goes — caveat emptor.

An important factor that could affect your travel experience is the mode of transportation that you choose. Using public transportation such as buses or taxis will require a longer time to reach your destination. You will also need to take the weather into consideration as Kuala Lumpur is typically very hot and humid-with rain sometimes in the evening. In addition, some taxi drivers can be very choosy about the destination they are willing to drive to, and can be reluctant to use the meter (especially during peak hours).

As you might have already guessed this part of area is very close to the bargain shopping in the city. For general you can walk and at stone’s throw away distance is Sungei Wang where you can find everything and anything. For the Tech Geeks and Generation-Y opposite the Sungei Wang is the famous Low Yat Plaza where you can find five floors of Electronics, Computers, Phones, and Gadgets. You will be spoilt for choices and bargains are the norm. Little further away from the the area is Times Square shopping mall and Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park for entertainment.

In addition to its spacious and luxurious surroundings, the Spa also offers a wide range of services, most especially baths, massages, and medico-aesthetic treatments. They offer an extensive package deal of massages, including foot and body polishing and facials. For instance, the Ancient Balinese massage uses a lot of hand and thumb work techniques, including applying pressure using the palms and elbows. It is like being kneaded like dough, only to alleviate the aches and pains in one’s muscles.

Not just a counter, but a soft-serve machine, large counter and all the fixings for a stand-alone ice cream store. I thought it clever that you could order ice cream, McFlurry and the like at the regular counter, but there was a separate operation inside the McDonald’s that just catered to the sweet-tooth in all of us.

Visiting for a few weeks is also an option to consider. Once you’ve traveled all the way here, if you can, you should stay. Chiang Mai attracts both new-agey types who come here to study massage, yoga, tai chi, or reiki healing, and on the flip side, Chiang Mai also attracts more macho adventuring types who rent big Kawasaki Ninjas or Harleys and torque their way around hare-pin turns in the mountain country that stretches from Chiang Mai to Burma. It also counts it’s fair share of “regular” types who are here just for Thai cooking classes, or to shop for carved teak furniture or silk cushions.

Explore Scenic Beauty Of Thailand Costal On A Ferry From Phuket

Thai holidays have gone quite popular around the globe as they offer a perfect blend of adventure, scenic beauty and relaxation. The neighboring provinces of Thailand have become a perfect destination for the travel and tourism industry as it is away from the hustle bustle of city traffic and offer beautiful landscape, calm and quiet shores, white water and underwater adventure. The best way to explore this quite and relaxing side of Thailand is by boarding a ferry from Phuket.

The southern province of Thailand, Phuket is a centered island, connected to other neighboring provinces, including Phi Phi, Koh Lanta, Phang Nga and Krabi. Phuket situated in the center has an independent Phuket Airport that plays a crucial role in connecting with the rest of the world. There are several types of Phuket ferries available, ready to take the tourist from Phuket to different islands on the coast of Thailand. Beautiful beaches and breathtaking weather look best on the breezy open ferries. It is best to book these ferries in advance online as the peak season can make you wait to go on board. Daily ferries run just twice in 24 hours, mostly morning and afternoon, so the best way is to schedule flight time and accommodation accordingly. On an average, a ferry ride to any of these destinations will cost between 120 to 200 baht.

Those, who is visiting this side of Thailand for the first time, can enjoy Island hopping, snorkels, and tasting best Thai and seafood cuisines. Try the fun and relaxation at the same time on one of the ferries from Phuket. Opt from the water bus ferry or more popularly called water taxi that takes halting, as it is also a public transport of small waterside cities and neighboring islands. Bigger ferry services can also carry vehicles if somebody wishes to take a standby scooter for exploring the road drive. The slower moving ferries are certainly the best option as it provides the opportunity to explore and spot unique and rare aqua marine creatures, such as sea moths, sea horse, frog fish and many more.

Ferry services between Phuket and Phi Phi Island

Phuket to Phi Phi ferries are a short ride and take no time to reach. Most of the tourist takes a ferry from Phuket to see Rasada Pier and Maya Bay around Phi Phi Ley. The pier for boarding a ferry is 30 min away from the Phuket Airport, and it takes hardly 2 hours for the whole trip of Phuket Phi Phi. Phuket is the best place for the travelers to visit and stay as they can explore the beaches on Phuket island, and take a short ferry ride to travel to Phi Phi Island.

Phuket ferries to Krabi and Lanta Island

Krabi and Lanta Island are beautiful abstractions, not far away from Phi Phi Islands. The ferries will take you to Koh Lanta Island that is a pure Thailand beauty, hidden within the Andaman Sea. The mesmerizing coastal line, with camel back mountains is an untouched heaven on earth. The lofty beaches and underwater activities, when explored on ferries, attract tourist to visit Koh Lanta again and again. These cheap ferries from Phuket to any of the above destinations can be easily booked online. The ride from Koh Lanta to Krabi gateway is now easy and accessible with these inexpensive ferries.

Exploring these gateways from Phuket is possible with regular services of ferries between Phuket, Phi Phi, Krabi Koh Lanta and many more. These ferries are certainly the best, cheap and recommended mode of transport that has promoted travel and tourism to the natural, and mesmerizing neighboring provinces of Thailand. Experience the coastal paradise on a ferry from Phuket!