Travelers call Zanzibar “African” Maldives – the resort is considered one of the best destinations for recreation all year round.
The archipelago includes 75 islands washed by the waters of the Indian Ocean. But in Zanzibar, there are not only clean white sand beaches, emerald water and picturesque landscapes, there are many attractions on the islands that tourists should definitely see.
Disappearing island. Nakupenda Beach
During a vacation in Zanzibar, many tourists go to the beach of Nakupenda. Its peculiarity is that you can dig here only at low tide, in the morning, and in the evening the beach disappears under the water. You can get to the island from the resort in half an hour. As a rule, lunch is included in the price of the tour. Guests can enjoy grilled seafood and fish.
The Cheetah Rock Preserve
“Cheetah’s Rock” – a shelter in which wild animals do not sit in cages, but walk freely in their natural environment. Previously, each of the inhabitants was rescued, veterinary psychologists work with animals in the reserve, so all animals are not aggressive and friendly to visitors. The owner of the reserve conducts tours of the territory for tourists. With animals you can take pictures, play and feed. Continue reading
Going on a trip to Sri Lanka, we are not only looking for beautiful hotels and clean beaches. We want to learn more about the world and better understand ourselves. Therefore, we suggest you familiarize yourself with the traditions and customs in Sri Lanka in order to better understand this beautiful exotic country.
Greetings in Sri Lanka
The traditional greeting in Sri Lanka is a small nod of the head, which is accompanied by folding your hands in a traditional prayer gesture. Usually greeted by older people. Such a greeting is obligatory in temples and monasteries. In everyday life, modern Sri Lankans greet us with the usual handshake. Continue reading
SIGHTSEEING Sydney, rightfully recognized as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, is the most cosmopolitan, most cheerful and most beautiful city in the country. The city was founded in 1788 on the shores of Port Jackson Bay (the first European settlement in Australia), and in just over 200 years it has transformed from a small convict settlement to a huge (4 times more than Moscow with a population of only 4 million people) ultramodern a city that carefully preserves the monuments of its short history. The contrast of City skyscrapers and old buildings of the Rocks and King Cross districts, souvenir shops in the Yorks and Elizabeth districts, and the Asian neighborhoods of Chinatown and Liverpool Street, the vast green spaces of parks and boulevards, and the ultramodern buildings of the Olympic buildings Kronos Hill, Sidney Superd and The Olympic Stadium in the Homebush area, the majestic (and one of the largest in the world) Sidney Harbor Bay and the unique single-span Harbor Bridge that spans over it, is 503 meters long. Continue reading