16 Jul 5 Best Trekking Destination in India Posted at 23:00h in Blog by Victoria India, a popular trekking destination with its unique blend of culture and nature is worth the money and effort. In this blog, there are some top trekking destinations which are enlisted to give you an idea of what all the options you have to explore. There are zillions of people who choose trekking in India every year, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, every shred of India possesses some of the great heights that can be captured if you have interest in trekking. The heights which are the host for trekkers are promised to keep their guest thrilled, and the sunset and sunrise view along with marvelous views of the surrounding which conspires with the peak. There are various treks which India offers which can be enjoyed according to the season, the continuous steep pathways, boulder-filled roads, the beautiful waterfalls, forested areas, the striking greenery on the meadows, the mesmerizing … [Read more...] about 5 Best Trekking Destination in India
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By Drew Costley, SFGATE Published 5:52 pm PDT, Monday, July 8, 2019 Outer Richmond Distance from downtown SF: 5 miles, 18 to 45-minute drive This neighborhood, near the aforementioned Outer Sunset, also has the benefit of being a versatile staycation destination. There's Lands End, the Sutro Baths and Cliff House all great places to watch the sunset that border the neighborhood. And there's a bunch of great spots to grab a bite to eat, like Pacific Cafe, Lokma, Hunan Cafe #2 or Kufu-Ya. And you can get to downtown San Francisco relatively easily if you get restless. Don't leave without: Hanging out at the Sutro Baths. less Outer Richmond Distance from downtown SF: 5 miles, 18 to 45-minute drive This neighborhood, near the aforementioned Outer Sunset, also has the benefit of being a versatile staycation destination. There's ... more Photo: Lacey Bannister / Instagra @dededutchess … [Read more...] about The 15 best places for a staycation in the Bay Area
It’s the first day of the new fiscal year in Rhode Island, but let’s be real: All anyone is thinking about this week are hot dogs, vacation days and fireworks. So, in honor of Rhode Map’s first Fourth of July bringing you the news, here is a definitive, totally scientific, ranking of the five best places to watch fireworks throughout the week in Rhode Island. 1. Providence, India Point Park (July 4) 2. Newport, Fort Adams State Park (July 2) to host fireworks in the middle of July, but they moved things up to Tuesday night at 9 p.m. Good choice. 3. Pawtucket, McCoy Stadium (July 1, 2, 3) for one of these nights. Plus, they’re playing the Yankees’ AAA affiliate this week. 4. Bristol, Independence Park (July 3) 5. Narragansett, Narragansett Town Beach (July 4) this party is for the locals. It’s also Family Beach Day on Thursday. Do you have any hot takes on fireworks? Email me at [email protected] NEED TO KNOW Rhode Map wants to hear … [Read more...] about The five best places to watch fireworks in R.I.
Take in the sights, sounds and scents of the city Chris McGinnis Updated 11:39 am PDT, Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Top down, kids in back. Check! Top down, kids in back. Check! Photo: Dreamstime/TNS, TNS Photo: Dreamstime/TNS, TNS Image 1 of / 13 Caption Close Image 1 of 13 Top down, kids in back. Check! Top down, kids in back. Check! Photo: Dreamstime/TNS, TNS National: The 5 best places to rent a convertible 1 / 13 Back to Gallery This post is sponsored by National Car Rental . At this time of year, with the sun out, flowers blooming and gentle breezes billowing, the lure of the open road in a car without a roof is irresistible to nearly every frequent traveler. While owning a … [Read more...] about National: The 5 best places to rent a convertible
By Kelly White on Nov 15, 2018 in Accommodation, Adventure Travel, Africa, Hotels, Regions, Resorts, Speciality Travel, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia For many visitors to Africa, getting to see the continent’s ‘Big Cats’ sits high on their wish-list of experiences. First on that list is usually the lion, ‘king of the beasts’ and apex predator, with the fierce and often elusive leopard, and lightning-fast cheetah not far behind. In this blog we are taking a look at some of the best places in Africa to see these magnificent beasts. Ishasha Region of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda It is somewhat uncommon for lions to climb trees and there are only two populations of lions in whole world that actually do this as part of their day to day activities. One of these ‘tree climbing lion’ populations is found in the Ishasha sector of Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park. The lions are normally seen lazily lying up within the branches of huge … [Read more...] about 5 of the best places in Africa to see big cats