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Sunday, December 2, 2012

Riverside Glamping in Dominica


Did you know- One of the most attractive natural wonders for visitors to the Island is the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Apart from being home to abundant rainforests and wildlife, this park boasts the second-largest boiling lake on Earth. However, the Island has other amazing landscapes: for example amazing beaches, waterfalls, rivers, old towns, and spectacular mountains. 

An island made by volcanic action, which is even now a main component of the islands holistic magnificence, Dominica Island certainly is the home of the worlds second largest boiling lake, volcanic mountain peaks, falls, abundant tropical rain forests and additionally 365 rivers. Initially identified by Christopher Columbus, he reported the topography of the isle to his contemporaries on his return home simply by crumpling a portion of parchment of which he threw on the desk and remarked "This is actually what Dominica looks like-absolutely covered with hills with nary a flat area."

Why Dominica? When you think Caribbean, you think more on the lines of all inclusive hotels, larger islands, luxury resorts, but when you go to Dominica you actually see another side of the Caribbean. It's truly a nature island as they say it is, if you want to go on an eco trip, some place un-spoiled and safe too, I would definitely recommend going to Dominica. You would be surprised to see how untouched the island is in terms of tourism, in fact two things are said about Dominica, it is called the nature island of the Caribbean and it is often remarked by the locals that, of all the islands that Columbus had visited, this would be the only one he would still recognize today.


Monday, November 26, 2012

Everest Base Camp Trekking in Nepal




     An Everest Base Camp Trek is most often an exhilarating and life-changing experience. You would get to see the highest peak in the world in all its glory. Conquering Mount Everest has constantly been one of the endeavors of climbers through the ages. The Everest Base Camp Trek is famous for the magnificent views of the Himalaya, and of course, the unique, incredible experience of following in the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing.  Late September to Early November and March to April are the best times to enjoy the Everest Base Camp Trek. During these months, with the pleasant climatic conditions, the abundance of wildlife, and the full blossom of flora and fauna, the trek is more enjoyable. Bitterly cold weather and unpredictable changes in temperature as the altitude increases, make trekking in winter a far more dangerous proposition, and that's why it remains an unfavorable season for trekkers and mountaineers.


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