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Sunday, June 21, 2020

June 21, 2020

Turkey calling: 5 Places to take Your Children


Though Turkey has a lot of places to go, but we all think twice when we are taking our children with us. So, everyone always keeps this thing in their mind that we should take our children to such places which is not only interesting for them but can also provide some knowledge and can be fun at the same time. You can also select the best from the international holiday packages to select from, which can be affordable as well as in your budget too. There are many places in turkey that you can visit with your children so that they can get to know more about different places and things and there can be fun too. And to visit any country you should have visa.

You can easily get visa of Turkey by applying for Turkey Visa Application form online. Some of the best places to take your children in turkey are listed below to give them a good experience. Ankara- Ankara is the capital of Turkey. Ankara is a beautiful city and it has many attractions and places where you can take your children. In the capital city, they will get to know about the things that are happening and for what is Turkey famous for. This will not only help your children to learn something new but also they will always keep the visit in their mind. Konya- Konya, the largest city of Turkey. The buildings at this place have so much to tell and reflect about the time period when they were made and show an era.

There are several places that you must go are like “Alaeddin Mosque”. Konya is also known as the home of the Sufi mystic. So, there is something in this place that will create curiosity among children to know about the place as well as to have a look at the amazing view. Marmaris- Marmaris is one of the best known seaside resorts. There you can see perfect sandy white beaches, mountains, pine-clad, and many eye catching attractions. This is a type of place that your children will surely love. Here they can have fun, swim the beach and can play. Ephesus- It is the Turkey’s most ancient place that symbolise the culture and history of the place. You can move around to see something classical at each and every step.

 Boats on the Bosporus at Istanbul.

So, this can turn out to be the place that children will love to go and there is so much that they can learn from this place about turkey.  Cappadocia- Cappadocia is situated in centre of Anatolia; this place is best known for its fairy tale huge landscapes that will not leave any chance to attract the children. There are so many natural sculptions which are formed by the volcanic eruptions and are very beautiful to see. You can take your camera and click some good pictures and can take that home back with you.


Saturday, June 13, 2020

June 13, 2020

THIS SUMMER, TAKE THE MANGO TOURISM


The trend that started in the western state of Maharashtra has gradually spread to other parts of the country. Northern states like Uttar Pradesh and southern states like Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka are also showing interest in the niche tourism and are actively organising tours during the mango season. The Hessarghatta (Karnataka) based Indian Institute of Horticulture Research (IIHR) will also organise a mango and jackfruit diversity fair in Bengaluru. The fair that will be conducted at the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat in Bengaluru on June 1 and 2, is set to feature nearly 500 varieties of mango. Not just Karnataka but Uttar Pradesh too organised the Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival last year in its capital Lucknow to support small farmers, women in agriculture, and boost the region’s mangoes.


The main reason for it to become popular among the people is because tourists get to experience the mango farms, pluck fruits directly from trees, eat them fresh and enjoy the different cuisines made from mangoes. Some of the most famous varieties of mangoes are kesar from Gujarat, himsagar from West Bengal, alphonso from Maharashtra and badami, raspuri and mallika from Karnataka. A small hill with a breathtaking view of the Arabian Sea, this organic farm has a total area of approximately 30 acres and is home to thousands of mango trees. Located between Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg district in the state of Maharashtra, it is a perfect getaway for those who love mangoes and want to escape the hustle of the city. 

The farm also has a Mango canning factory, where tourists can buy products that are made from mangoes. Not only this, they also teach you about the fine art of mango picking. One can also indulge in other village activities like as bullock cart rides, boating, birds and animal watching among others. Situated on the fringes of the Bilikal Forest on the south of Bannerghatta National Park, and an hour and a half drive from Bengaluru, this farm offers the perfect rural escape for the mango season. Since 2015,
the farm has been conducting tours during the mango harvesting season of April to June that includes a guided walking tour around the farm along with guided mango plucking sessions. You can pick the juiciest of mangoes from the trees, wash them and can buy the mangoes that you have plucked at the farm. It grows badami mangoes that are considered to be the tastiest mango variety. Malda, also known as the mango city of West Bengal, is a tiny hamlet in the eastern state. A well developed centre located at the meeting of two rivers Mahananda and Kalindi, this district town is known for the Malda Mangoes which are exported across the world. 

Monday, June 8, 2020

June 08, 2020

BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN BALI


Bali is known as one of the most amazing and the coolest places which you can visit. The cool spot is hub for all the fun activities which you want to do in the island. The place offers you with so much of greenery and you feel the close contact with nature, which cannot be found anywhere else on the planet, some of the best underwater life, if you want to see can be seen here and all that close to you. Bali is surely a place where you can feel that is not a place less than magic. There is always something coming up and taking your way to make amazed.


Located in the village of Denpasar in southeast Bali, Sanur beach is famous for the older visitors and it has also got its name as snor beach.” That’s a bit of a misnomer, however, as there is plenty to see and do at this beach resort. There are so many things which you can get to see on this island not just the beach hotel and there is so much of art work which depicts the culture of bali and this is the place which you should must visit once.

Part of Bali Province, Nusa Lembongan is a small island located off the southeastern shores of Bali’s mainland. So small that visitors can tour the entire island on foot in three or four hours, Nusa Lembongan is a popular day-trip destination. The island’s beaches attract the most visitors. Mushroom beach is named after the coral offshore like shaped, which is near the Jungutbatu features powder-soft white sand and clear turquoise waters. Many areas around Nusa Lembongan are good for surfing and diving as the place is filled with clear blue water and makes it an amazing place to come and chill with your family and friends.

The largest resort area on the north coast of Bali, Lovina is best known for the black volcanic sand of its 5-mile beach. There are several villages and passing through that you can have the time to do dome of the fun activities like scuba diving. The calm and the perfect sight for the resort is something that you don’t want to miss and this place has got some of the amazing view and you can relax and enjoy the time of your lives.

Friday, June 5, 2020

June 05, 2020

BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN CALIFORNIA


The Golden State gets its name for a reason. California's diverse cultural and geographical offerings, vibrant cities and critically acclaimed culinary scenes are truly the gold standard for travellers. Whether you're hiking the trails of one of the state's many scenic parks, sampling some bubbly in the northern valleys, kicking back on sunny, southern shorelines or walking where stars once stood, California is truly a sight to behold. San Francisco brims with life everywhere you go. Whether it's zipping around on a cable car, exploring one of the city's many culturally eclectic neighbourhoods, 
admiring towering redwoods near the Golden Gate Bridge or diving fork first into its world-renowned foodie scene, the city's energy is downright electric, no matter what time of year you visit. San Diego is Southern California at its finest. Think warm weather year-round, endless stretches of surf-friendly shorelines and some of the best Mexican food in the USA. Recent visitors also thoroughly enjoyed attractions such as Balboa Park, the USS Midway Museum, housed in an aircraft carrier, and the San Diego Zoo, widely considered to be one of the best zoos in the country. 

Lake Tahoe is one of those destinations where you can enjoy the outdoors no matter what season you visit. During the winter, Tahoe becomes a popular ski spot, and when summer hits, locals rent boats in droves as a way to unwind on the lake. Even if your motivation is to simply relax, don't leave without a light stroll around the beautiful Emerald Bay State Park or D.L. Bliss State Park.  Big Sur's dramatic position at the edge of the ocean is so spellbindingly beautiful, it has the habit of putting travellers into a trance. This 90-mile stretch of rugged coastline offers plenty of hiking trails that weave in and out of surrounding mountains and valleys, as well as pathways leading to wild, seemingly untouched beaches. 
Don't know where to start? Turn to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, a go-to for many first-time travellers.  Situated 15 miles west of downtown LA, Santa Monica Beach easily stands alone as its own destination. This beachfront neighborhood is equipped with ample hotels, dining and shopping options in addition to its star attraction: the Pacific Park Pier and beach. After a day of fun in the sand or at the popular Third Street Promenade, visit Palisades Park for an unforgettable southern Californian sunset. 

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

June 02, 2020

BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN DUBAI


Glitzy Dubai is the United Arab Emirates' holiday hot spot. This city has some of the best places where you can be and enjoy the time of your life. All though there are so many amazing places to visit in Dubai but some of them are just far beyond the beauty of the city and there are so many things which when you will come to know will amaze your mind. One of the must visit places in Dubai is the Burj Khalife, the main attraction about this place is the height of the building and it is known for its amazing sky view that one can get here.

For many of the visitors the must to thing is to reach at the top and have a look to the whole city from the top of the building, for sure don’t forget to take your phones and cameras as the place is full of things where you can click some amazing pictures, you up to the observation deck for those 360-degree views out across the skyscrapers to the desert on one side and the ocean on the other.  Dubai mall is the premier mall of the city and is hub spot for all the things that you are looking forward to. Not just few things but there are endless things that you can do.
There are thousands of shops which are selling the top brands and you can shop till you drop, the place has got some of the amazing fun things to do as well where you can take your children and they will also love the games. After all of that what you want to do is eat, off course there are so many shops selling some of the best quality food which you will fall in love with, this is one of the must go places in Dubai. Don’t forget to take all what you want and click some amazing pictures.
 
The Bastakia Quarter (also known as the Al-Fahidi neighborhood) was built in the late 19th century to be the home of wealthy Persian merchants who dealt mainly in pearls and textiles and were lured to Dubai because of the tax-free trading and access to Dubai Creek. Jumeirah Mosque is considered by many to be the most beautiful of Dubai's mosques. An exact copy of Cairo's Al-Azhar Mosque, which is eight times its size, the Jumeirah Mosque is a fine example of Islamic architecture. This stone structure is very beautiful and looks amazing with the evening dim light on it.