The Best Places To Visit In Jordan-2

Jordan is a country of difference. It has countries like Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq as neighbours. Despite being in the Middle East, the country enjoys a certain kind of vibrancy which makes it more liberal, progressive than some of its neighbours. As a result, Jordan is a country with a lot of footfall with people from all parts of the globe thronging to the country. In terms of luxury tour, the country gives you the chance to visit ancient cities, admire magnificent granite cliffs, see secluded deserts and even swim in the Dead Sea. In continuation to the first piece, we bring you more of the best cities in Jordan.

  1. Kings Highway- One of three highways running from North to South, the King’s Highway traverses some epic landscapes and is dotted with crusader castles, nature reserves and towns that date back to biblical times. Linking the historical town of Madaba, famed for its plethora of Byzantine mosaics and ancient churches, Mount Nebo (the supposed resting place of the prophet Moses, holy to Muslims, Christians and Jews alike) and Shobak, driving along this highway really is a journey through the centuries.
  2. Wadi Rum- Vast, echoing and God-Like are the words that T. E. Lawrence of Arabia used to describe one of the Middle East’s most spectacular desert landscapes. Wadi Rum is the meeting point of the Rift valley, the Negev desert and Sinai Peninsula, which spreads eastwards into Arabia. Home to stunning scenery ‘towering sandstone peaks (Jebels), knife-edged dunes, gorges, rock formations and canyons’ the whole region is peppered with criss-crossing valleys, Bedouin camps and wild camels. A highlight of any trip to Jordan is watching the desert change colour as the daylight creeps in and the setting sun draws out the pink, ochre and magenta hue of the rock. At night the skies are ablaze with stars thanks to the lack of light pollution, making it one of the best places in Jordan for stargazing.
  3. Dana Nature Reserve- A combination of mountains and wadis make for interesting landscapes and the chance to spot a wide range of birdlife – over 214 species have been recorded here including Griffon vultures and other birds of prey. The best way to explore Dana is on foot and there are several well-marked trails and routes to suit all abilities. Explore the old village of Dana and visit the remains of a copper mine. Some walks can be done solo; others require a guide and are available on request.
  4. Dead Sea- Surrounded by barren mountains, the Dead Sea is the lowest point on the earth’s surface and lies at the bottom of a natural depression that reaches 409 m below sea level. The region is a natural spa, and the mud and water contains so much sodium and other minerals that it makes it impossible for plant and animal life to live. However, it’s known to be an ideal treatment for various maladies (or just for soft skin).

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The Spectacularly Beautiful Cities To Visit In Jordan

Lying at the centre of one of the most fascinating regions on earth, Jordan is an enthralling mix of natural beauty, timeless tradition and cultural heritage. Its roots can even be traced back to the Old Testament as the place from which Moses first saw the Promised Land. But of course, it’s not just biblical prophets that inhabited this land throughout the centuries. Home to nomads, merchants of the exotic and the conquering armies of Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Crusaders and Ottoman Turks, many of which left their mark on the landscape, none more so than the within the roman ruins found crumbling to this day. With numerous fascinating UNESCO World Heritage Sites to visit, incredible food to sample and heaps of amazing culture to get to grips with, there has never been a better time to visit Jordan with the assistance of luxury tour operators in travels

  1. Amman– Amman is the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and is built upon seven hills. The city is dotted with several historic sites dating from the Stone Age to the Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Islamic eras. Amman is now a modern and vibrant city, where the new gleaming white houses of downtown Amman blend with the remnants of ancient civilizations. Join the locals roasting meat at the Kebab stalls and sitting in tiny cafes where rich Arabian coffee is sipped in the afternoon sunshine in your luxury travels. The atmosphere conjures a mood straight from a thousand and one nights. In the souks you can bargain for fruit, perfume, gold or other exquisite luxuries of the Middle East.
  2. Petra- Hidden behind an almost impenetrable barrier of rugged mountains, Petra is arguably the best places to visit in Jordan. The rock-carved city of Petra is like visiting the time in the midst of an enigma. Petra was the capital of the ancient Nabatean Kingdom and was an important trading post. The Nabateans were instrumental in building an elaborate network of caravan routes and this build up became the gateway to get spices, incense, myrrh, gold, silver, and precious stones from India and Arabia, which were eventually traded onto the west. The wealth they acquired was used to adorn their city with palaces, temples, and arches. All in all, Petra is a place with insurmountable enchantment that captivates and excites the senses. More so because of the imposing size, rich textures and stunning surroundings create an ambiance almost impossible to describe.
  3. Jerash- About an hour North of Amman, situated near the city of Jerash, lies one of the best-preserved Roman cities in the world. The city’s many monuments still retain the atmosphere of the once-thriving metropolis, famous in its time for its magnificent temples, amphitheatres and plazas.

Aqaba- The city is nothing but magical thanks to the rugged purple mountains that subtly change in colour as the day unfolds. Aqaba is now a modern holiday resort with some good hotels and beaches, and excellent facilities for water sports and diving. The Red Sea coral and marine life is what attracts most holidaymakers to Aqaba and further down the coast are some of the most spectacular coral reefs to be found anywhere in the world. As the territory stretches many hundreds of meters wide, one gets to see the delicate build of hued corals among which live a myriad of brilliantly coloured fish.

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Post COVID19 travel

The global pandemic has highlighted how interconnected we are and how to collaborate to preserve life on earth as we know it. As we recover and journey out of crisis, we will know where we want to go. During this lockdown, the bonds among family members have gone stronger. Travellers will definitely look at more family vacations to enjoy unique destination where they can recreate special moments with their loved ones.

Future of travelling will be satisfying a traveller to express his character and who is looking for a destination with distinct personality. Multigenerational travel will catch up keeping in mind the safety terms.

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We are going to move towards “Intelligent Luxury”, wherein people post COVID are going to look at freshly grown vegetables in organic garden, fresh air, staying in natural environment closer to nature, enjoying  beautiful views than selecting holidays in new cities. Definition of new “Luxury” will be “Rare”, “New” and “Unique”, closer to heart.


Post COVID travel, we suspect millennials will become more aware of nature and challenges of the planet, they will be treading the world more gently. On the other hand the millenials are champions of experiential travel. They are tech savvy, digital nomads and social media addict. They influence market products and they will be the first ones post COVID to generate business for travel segment. Millennials are more willing than others to exchange personal information for experiences, personalized vacation, recommendation advice, and travel tips. Following the pandemic, millennial travellers will be in search of weekend getaways, cultural experiences and personalization. They will gradually want to tick mark their “travel bucket list”.

To some of us in the midst of the current coronavirus crisis are adjusting to new cycle and feeling sad about the situations post covid they are going to face. But I suggest this crisis as an opportunity to pause, rethink, value what you have and prioritize.

Enjoy little pleasures with family like cooking together, playing board games, sharing midnight stories and midnight meals and “Thinking Healthy”.

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Top 7 things to backpack while trekking

Not all of us are fortunate enough to live in hilly regions and experience the mountainous terrain. Most of the cities and towns are on the plains or near the coastal areas. One often feels like taking a break from the mad rush of city life. It is lovely to be surrounded by lush green trees, fresh air, chirpy birds, and gregarious animals.

But why climb hills when you have other means to reach the summit? People begin to hike as it gives them a chance to be more closer to nature and take some Instagram-worthy photos with friends and family. But when the terrain is rocky/slippery, and the slope gets steeper, many tend to give up. It is not comfortable to trudge through unknown paths with dangers lurking in every step. So, trekking is a challenge that requires both physical stamina and mental grit. It can take days, and one has to brave the weather elements as well.

However, it is rewarding to endure the tough journey as you learn essential life-skills like teamwork, adaptability, and risk readiness. Trekking sets the adventure mood and boosts your fitness level and confidence.

As trekking trails are long and often strenuous, you need to prepare and carefully plan the essential things that you need to carry on your backpack.

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1. Cooking Essentials:

In an organized trek, the food may be arranged. If you are going by yourself, you need to carry essential cookware and food. There are several options for ultralight pots and cook-sets. The advantage of cook-sets is that they come as a package that mostly includes pan, kettle, cups, knife, etc. Easy-to-carry food items like nuts, seeds, fruits (that do not require refrigeration), energy bars, frozen food, purees, canned items, shelf-stable meat, poultry, etc., are preferable ones. Those who wish to have a campfire by night can have chocolate bars, marshmallows, and small bottles of drinks like Paul Masson brandy. The quantity of the food that you take depends on the number of days and the outside food that you can consume. It is a must to have plenty of fluids as the journey can be exhaustive, and dehydration can set in.

2. Trekking gear:

While trekking, you might move across deep forests, snow-clad hills, and slippery surfaces. It is better to anticipate a treacherous path and prepare accordingly. You must check the weather forecast before starting. Non-skid hiking shoes, headlamps with spare batteries, quick-drying clothes, rainwear, ropes, trekking poles, carabiners, pitons, compass, and maps are compulsory for all types of terrain and climatic conditions. The clothes that you wear differ for the season when you plan to go. You might require thermal wear, warm, waterproof socks, and gloves for winter, and in summer, lighter and breathable clothes are the best. Sunscreens, moisturizers, and UV protection glasses also help in keeping your skin and eyes safe. Though many modern GPS devices and cell phones are available, it is no harm in taking a lightweight compass too.

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3. First Aid kit:

Getting into the wilderness and camping in places with almost no human settlements is risky. So, a first aid kit is indispensable for trekkers. The first aid box or pouch should be in a waterproof container. Medical tapes for cuts and blisters, cold packs for strain relief are a few of the things that we often forget. Pain-relief and anti-inflammatory tablets like ibuprofen and antihistamine tablets for allergy suppression are a must. Medical gloves, hand sanitizers, mosquito repellants, moisturizers, and sunscreen lotions are required. One should also have utility tools like a knife, scissors, sewing needles, safety pins, etc.

4. Camping Essentials:

Most often, trekkers need to carry their tents on their trip. Though there are various types of sheltering equipment, one needs to check that the tent is sturdy and lightweight. You could go for a double-stitched tent with metallic poles that can withstand strong gusty winds. It is advisable to have tent repair kits in case there is a leak or tear. In rainy seasons, one has to take tarps or groundsheets that prevent standing water from entering into the tent surface. You might also require sleeping bags and insulation layers if you trek to cold places.

5. Hygiene kit:

First aid and pills are for emergency purposes. Personal hygiene is more important. When you know that the trip is going to take several days, then you must stay clean and healthy. Hand sanitizers, biodegradable soaps, toothpaste, and toothbrushes are a must-have in your hygiene kit. If the weather permits, then you can have a swim in a lake or a river and get rid of the dirt. You should have a camp towel or a bandana. With it, you can have a sponge bath quickly. If water is scarce, then you should have wipes or moist towelettes too. With them, you can help in cleaning your utensils. You can apply the sanitizer on dry wipes and use it for disinfecting purposes. Deodorants are a big no as they not only harm the environment but also attract insects. It is advisable to carry backpacking water filters and purifiers as you cannot bring sufficient drinking water for the entire trip.

6. Clothes:
The clothes that you choose to pack for trekking depends on the local weather. In humid conditions, you can opt for synthetic garments that can dry quickly. You might need some warm woolens if you are climbing to higher altitudes. In a cold climate, one requires to wear a layered garment. A moisture-wicking material at the base, lightweight wool in the middle, and a waterproof jacket for the outer layer are necessary. One can choose between shorts and hiking pants, based on the temperature. However, quick-drying pants are recommended as they protect you from insect bites.

7. Footwear:
People either wear hiking boots or sneakers. Boots are sturdy and are more suitable for rough terrains. They offer better protection to your foot but are heavy. Shoes are more flexible and give support to the arch and ankle. The footwear should be snug fit and waterproof. It should be simple to remove and wear as the foot skin cells need some fresh air.

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Camping and trekking holidays can be enjoyable and rewarding. One gets the much-needed break in their monotonous lives. Unknown trails amid wilderness and lack of mobile signals can clear your mind by facilitating a digital detox. Careful backpacking and a little bit of preparation ensure a safe and comfortable trekking experience.


Author -Rebecca Siggers

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7 Heavenly Islands To Visit In Italy

The Italian islands have a splendid view. Surrounded by blue seas, they are one of the main destinations for thousands of couples and families around the world, for being charming and spending romanticism in the air. From north to south of the great boot that forms the Italian orography, you will find a large number of luxury destinations Italy islands that will take your breath away. From paradisiacal beaches to postcard villages and, of course, a gastronomy to lick your fingers.Honeymoon A Luxury

Get to know some of the most beautiful islands in Italy and plan your next luxury holiday destination:

  1. Lampedusa

Lampedusa is located in the Pelagias archipelago, just 112 km off the coast of Tunisia, making it the southernmost island on the Italian peninsula. Considered as one of the most beautiful luxury destinations in Italy, it is presented as a paradise for lovers of diving and snorkeling, since there are infinity of immersion points, highlighting above all the TaccioVeccio.

  1. Stromboli

The island of Sicily in itself is a good destination for those who are looking for honeymoon destinations in Italy. But if you want to make your trip round, you cannot miss Stromboli, one of the Aeolian islands. Located on the Tyrrhenian Sea, the small island is one of the three active volcanoes in the country. Its last eruption occurred in 2009.

  1. Burano

Don’t expect sandy beaches or long afternoons of rest under a palm tree. Burano does not need all this, since the beauty of its architecture is more than enough to be on the list of Luxury Destinations Italy. Burano is located in the Venice lagoon and is a must-see destination if you stay in this city. First established by the ancient Romans, Burano is known for its brightly painted houses, which must be painted by its neighbors so that they do not lose one iota of its charm.

  1. Palmarola

Essentially a nature reserve, Palmarola is a beautiful island to visit for its brilliant cliffs, caves and bays that attract the attention of tourists. Sparsely inhabited, the only houses you’ll find are carved out of the rock and belong to fishermen and locals. In addition, the island has some charming restaurants where you can enjoy magnificent views while basking in the Mediterranean sun.

  1. La Maddalena

Thinking of a trip to Sardinia ? In this case, the Maddalena island is a point that you should not forget during your luxury travel trip, since it is known worldwide for its sunny beaches, among which the Giardinelli beach or the Testa di Polpo beach stand out. Its visitors can also enjoy a romantic walk through the ruins scattered around the island. Be sure to visit the old city, which is famous for its picturesque streets and shops.

  1. Capri

The island of Capri, one of the best known in the country, has been a tourist destination since Roman times. In fact, many visitors come to see the ruined Roman villas. However, Capri has a lot to offer modern travelers, with its spas and natural attractions. Tour it on a scooter and visit some of its most interesting points such as the GrottaAzurra marine cave, Villa Jovis, a Roman construction preserved in very good condition, or the natural arch of Capri.

  1. Levanzo

Located to the west of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea, Levanzo is famous for his Neolithic cave paintings. For visitors who want to enjoy the natural beauty of the island, Levanzo offers a fascinating experience full of tranquility. If you visit this island, you will certainly want to see the Grotta del Genovese, an impressive cave where paintings dating from the Neolithic and the Paleolithic are found.

Now that you know the best idyllic islands to visit in Italy, surely you already have a favorite.

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6 Places In Kenya That Will Make You Fall In Love

Kenya is synonymous with safari, Hemingway and Memories of Africa. The first country in the region that knew how to exploit its natural resources for tourism is a great Noah’s Ark with some of the best safaris in Africa , beautiful beaches and an intense Swahili destinations Kenya

  1. Masai Mara national park

It is one of the best national parks in Africa to see lions, in addition to the large herds of herbivores, especially zebras and wildebeests, that make up the great migration. But being the most famous safari in luxury destinations in Kenya has its own tolls: you will find more cars than animals, especially in high season (the summer of the northern hemisphere). The best time to visit the Masai Mara is from the end of July to the end of September, when the great wildebeest and zebra migration is already settled in the park. The gigantic cavalcade of almost two million individuals reaches the Mara River in August.

  1. Visit a Masai village

The Masai Mara, the most famous park of Kenya holiday destinations, is developed in Masai lands, as its name indicates, so another of its incentives is to get in touch with this original culture of Central Africa. The Masai continue to live in their traditional way, in circular villages of mud huts and timbers and herding their sacred herds of cows, but they have not been impervious to tourism, so don’t expect to see much authenticity on the organized visits. Still, the experience is worth it. If you are in Nairobi you can do a shopping tour of the Masai market , where you will see artisan products that try to capture their ancient culture.

  1. Lamu

Lamu is the secret jewel of Kenya, one of those places that you never imagined still exist. It is an archipelago made up of three large islands (Lamu, Manda and Pate) and several uninhabited islets. It occupies the north-eastern corner of Kenya, just 80 kilometers from the border with Somalia. Its inhabitants are descendants of the Arab merchants who since the 16th century colonized the Kenyan coasts and settled in Lamu great center of fishing and commerce.

  1. Mombasa

The second most populous city in the country is a contradictory visit. To many it just seems like a big, dirty and ugly city. Without discussing these aspects (which are unquestionable), for others, it has the interest of being a great historical center of Swahili culture, with Arab, British and Indian influences. The city was an important pole of commerce (of everything, including slaves) and guards many colonial buildings from its past in its Old Town, which once had to be magnificent, but which today form a decrepit museum of glories and miseries from Africa.

  1. Mount Kenya

It is the second highest mountain in Africa (after Kilimanjaro) and has several summits. The highest is the Batián peak (5,199 meters), accessible only to experts with climbing knowledge. The Lenana peak (4,985 meters) is easy to climb and only requires knowledge of mountaineering and a certain physical preparation to assume that height. The landscape and vegetation vary from the rocky and glacial environment of the peaks to the senecia, lobelia and bamboo forests of the valleys and herbaceous grasslands where elephants, buffalo, zebra and antelope graze.

  1. Kericho tea fields

Kericho is a charming little town with a colonial feel, in the southwest of the country, in the highlands of the Rift Valley. It has a perfect altitude and rainfall for tea cultivation, which is why from British times it was the capital of Kenyan tea. The attraction of luxury destinations Kenya is the visual delight of the well-kept tea fields, with their symmetries and their different shades of green, together with that of the flowers that are also beginning to be cultivated in the area and which are another source of local income. It can be visited all year round because the colors and shades vary according to altitude.

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4 Cities To Visit In Japan

Japan is undoubtedly one of the most vibrant countries, in which landscapes with diverse sensations are mixed. One of its most famous places is the Japanese gardens, it is recommended to travel by train during your stay in Japan, acquiring a JR pass card, with which you will undoubtedly save some money, letting your adventurous spirit loose through the streets of this incredible country.

Tokyo: Being its capital, it is known as one of the most famous cities that people visit during Japan holiday destinations tourism. Tokyo, with just over 38 million people living there, is considered one of the most populated cities in the world. With its own character that is appreciated in its culture, politics and society, so it will undoubtedly become a destination that you will not forget.

Hiroshima:It is known as a place of great peace, and it has been famous since the 1945s when the American state dropped an atomic bomb in which around 200,000 people died, and since then it is a city totally against nuclear weapons and very committed to promoting peace in all its corners.Japan holiday destinations

Nikko: This city has some of the most beautiful landscapes and mountainous climates, where most of the cedars date from a little over 500 years ago, it becomes almost the opposite of the city of Tokyo, preserving antiquities such as temples, since,the latter was not a victim of the attack with the nuclear bomb.

Yokohama: Being the capital of Kanagawa, it dates from the 1889s and is located on one side of the Tokyo Bay, 30 kilometers away from the center of the capital, it is a fishing village and with the largest Chinese neighborhoods in all of Japan like Chinatown.

5 Tips to follow when traveling luxury destinations in Japan:

Japan turns out to be a country quite rich in work, in wonders of architecture and technology, and above all, gastronomy is totally diverse as well as having a totally interesting culture. Therefore, when traveling to luxury destinations in Japan, it is necessary in all aspects to have prior knowledge.

The most important places of interest in Japan, where residents and tourists meet most often are:

– Kiyomizu-dera

It is a set of Temples and shrines in Japan, they are the place of Buddhist monks, and they share the history of this religion that spreads throughout the world. They are located exactly in the Higashiyama district.

– Tokyo SkyTree

This tower is one of the largest buildings in the world and one of the most important places of interest during Japan holiday destinations for being the tallest tower in Japan, and for being part of one of the 8 best viewpoints in the entire Country.

– Todaiji

Todaiji, one of the most important Buddhist temples in all Japan is named, and in it, is the largest Buddha statue in the whole world.

– Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji is one of the most famous volcanoes in the world and is located in Japan, exactly in the west of Tokyo. This peak is more than anything known for being the symbol of Japan and for being 3,776 meters high.

– Tokyo Tower

This tower is a central point for tourists and residents of the country, it is located in Tokyo and is the symbol of the capital of this country in question.

In short, Japan turns out to be a very interesting place to visit and above all, an incredible and unmatched destination to enjoy and learn from a different culture.

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Places To See On A Botswana Safari

Taking a safari in Botswana is an excellent way to get to know one of the most curious countries on the continent and a great destination to make one of the best Safari travel Africa . Although 90% of the territory is a pure desert, it houses the best of African fauna and magnificent landscapes. If you plan to travel to Botswana, this is what you should not miss there:Botswana Safari

  1. From Maun to Kasane through the Moremi and Chobe parks

The Moremi and Chobe National Parks in northern Botswana offer some of the best honeymoon destinations in Botswana. They are one of the most interesting and unknown virgin areas in the south of the continent. Between the two they gather the largest elephant population in the world. There are an estimated 60,000 copies. The best way to enjoy them is to cross off-road from Maun to Kasane, sleeping in a tent inside the protected area.

  1. Magkgadikgadi bread

A bread is an old lake area that when drying left a salty white spot of kilometers of area. In the Kalahari Desert there is a lot of bread, although the most famous and largest is the Magkgadikgadi salt flat, in south of the Nata-Gweta road. It is the bottom of an ancient and gigantic lake that had an extension similar to Switzerland; It was part of the Okavango River complex, before it disappeared into the desert sands. Crossing it in an ATV is like crossing the surface of the moon, but without an astronaut suit.

  1. See meerkats

One of the most sympathetic animals in African fauna are the meerkats, mammals, carnivores, of the mongoose family, which only exist in the desert of Botswana and Namibia. It has long and slender bodies up to 35 centimeters in length.

  1. Kalahari Central

Except for a strip to the southeast, where Gabarone is the capital, and another to the north, bordering the Zambezi River, Bostwana is a gigantic desert, known as Kalahari. Much of it is protected under the figure of the Central Kalahari National Hunting Reserve, with an extension of 53,000 square kilometers (almost as large as Croatia). Although it is a desert, still very crowded: giraffes, hyenas, cheetahs, wild dogs, leopards, lions, wildebeests and various species of antelopes (eland, gemsbok, kudus, red antelopes) live there.

  1. Tsodilo cave paintings

The Tsodilo Hills are mountains that emerge out of nowhere in the middle of the Kalahari desert in northern Botswana. The Bushmen Aborigines consider them sacred. Their ancestors created here one of the largest rock art sanctuaries in Africa. The Tsodillo rock paintings are between 3,000 and 4,000 years old, and the presence of penguins and whales confirm that the ancestors of the current Bushmen were also nomads and reached the coast of Namibia.

  1. Baobab forests

The baobab is the most beautiful tree in Africa. A legend says that a despot king who was persecuted by his people escaped the punishment they wanted to inflict on him because he hid in a baobab. God punished him for helping the wicked, condemned him to grow upside down. So, it looks like a tree with roots in the crown and the crown underground.On the road from Nata to Gweta during luxury destinations Botswana trip you can see centuries-old specimens of wonderful bearing.

  1. Elephants in the Trans-Kalahari corridor

Luxury destinations in Botswana are the kingdom of elephants. There are an estimated 120,000 across the country. Many of them spend the year migrating between the Kalahari desert and the Chobe National Park in search of food and water. They can be seen on this trip in the so – called Trans-Kalahari corridor, a transnational highway that connects Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, with northern Botswana and reaches Pretoria, in South Africa. The stretch from Nata to Kasane – in Botswana – is full of elephants.

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Tips For Going On Luxury Safari Travel to Africa

The time has come: after years of dreaming about this adventure, you are one step away from packing and heading to the continent where it all started. Finally, you will have the opportunity to explore the infinite landscapes of the savannah and see the most spectacular wild fauna. From the so-called Big Five —lions, leopards, elephants, buffaloes and rhinos— to zebras, to Thompson’s gazelles or wildebeest, the main protagonists of the Great Migration that takes place every year between the Serengeti, in Tanzania , and the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. So, if you are determined to embark on this unique journey, you cannot miss these tips to go on luxury safari travel Africa:luxury safari travel

  1. Choose the country that best meets your expectations

Undoubtedly, the two aforementioned countries —Kenya holiday destinations and Tanzania, in the east of the African continent—are the two most popular destinations for safaris in Africa, given their sparse vegetation. However, they also have a negative point, which is none other than the number of tourists they attract. However, there are also other options that are a safe bet. For example, opt forsafari travelfrom luxury tour operator in Gurgaon to South Africa , where you can enjoy incredible safaris in the Kruger National Park.

  1. find out the best time of the year to go on safari

Although the exact months vary according to each destination, the dry season is usually the best time to enjoy luxury destinations in Tanzania. The reason is very simple: during this period, the chances of spotting animals increase in relation to the rainy season. Although the number of specimens living in national parks remains stable, it is easier to see them when there is no rainfall. This is because the rain grows the vegetation, which serves as a hiding place for the fauna.

  1. Book your trip to Africa in low season

Although it is possible to see animals at any time of the year, it is best to choose those dates in which the influx of tourists is less. As in any other destination, crowded places take points away from the chosen vacation spot, and safaris are no exception in this regard, unfortunately.

  1. Choose comfortable and breathable clothing

Yes: it is possible to go well dressed on luxury safari traveland at the same time feel comfortable. Anyway, the main thing is to choose breathable clothing, in neutral colors that mimic those of the savanna and, finally, that adjusts to changes in temperatures throughout the day.

Although the misconception that Africa is a very hot continent is widespread, in some countries the temperature can plummet after sunset. Hence, carrying a jacket or long-sleeved clothing with you is a good choice.

  1. Take a camera with you

If you want to show off stunning images on your social networks, keep in mind that the animals are about 25 m from the jeep. Hence, it is most advisable to choose a camera with lenses that have a focal length of between 200 and 600 mm.

  1. Always respect the safety rules and instructions

Despite the fact that the photographic safaris are carried out following all the precautions, it is essential that the participants follow the instructions of the guides and luxury tour operator in Delhi. This includes always staying in the jeep. This rule makes perfect sense: wild animals are very well camouflaged and often don’t see each other until it’s too late.

  1. keep an open mind

Although safaris are organized trips, there are factors that tour operators cannot control. Among them is the unpredictable behavior of animals, one of the reasons that explain why a photographic safari may take longer than expected, or entail greater difficulty.

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The Best Tips For A Tiger Safari In India

As opposed to a luxury travel that is filled with the perks of indulgence and plenty of sightseeing of some of the most scenic destinations, a tiger safari is the one which pushes you to the limits. Nothing beats the sheer amount of adrenaline and adventurous vibes of seeing the wild cat parrying around in its own habitat. What adds to the thrill is the proximity with which the tiger is visible. It comes as no surprise that the safari travel is not meant for the faint hearted! So you had better prepare for the safari with these tips to enjoy the adventure even more:luxury travel

  1. A stroke of luck- Yes, it is true. The tiger safari can be a matter of fortune as far as spotting them is concerned. That being said, the natural reserves and parks offer the most natural habitat and lots of open spaces to the tigers. So you do have more chances to spot them. Certain parks like Kanha National Park offer better chances due to the dry deciduous forests and the frequency of jeeps visiting the park leads to the usually shy Tiger becoming acclimatized to the safari vehicles.
  2. The best time for tiger safari- Most National Parks in India are open from October to June, and remain closed for tourists due to the monsoon rains from July through September. The scenario at National Parks in India are vary across seasons and are enjoyable in their own way:
  • October & November : The jungle is beautiful, dense and green. Temperatures are near perfectly pleasant.
  • December – February : The picturesque Winters in the Indian with golden light shimmering through the morning mist. Temperatures can fall to near 0 °C, hence one must come prepared with layers of clothes.
  • March – June : The dry Indian Summers make for increased chances of seeing tigers as they spend their time in or around the various water bodies of the jungle, to quench their thirst or wait discretely as other prey animals such as deer and monkeys venture here. One also has the opportunity of seeing the tiger sitting in the water, to stave off the heat which is too much for their large carnivorous selves.
  1. Planning your safari- In India, due to limited availability of safari permits it is very important to ensure that there will be a safari permit before you confirm your safari trip to India. Ideally, one must confirm all details 4 months before travelling at the very latest. As a luxury travel operator in Gurgaon, we also lay emphasis on getting the booking permits well on time for safari travel thereby giving all our guests the best opportunity for a memorable safari travel.

Rest assured, you do not have to fret over safety as we arrange your safari with the expert guides and drivers all the way through along with accommodation in the best available lodges that are close to the nature in theme and ambience.

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