Kerala is the best destination for a holiday in the lap of nature to spend. The charm and elegance of this state has magical powers that can hypnotize someone. It is a paradise for those who want to holiday in a quiet and peaceful. To track
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The best time to visit: It is the southwestern state of India and has beautiful weather throughout the year. Although it has also been heavy rains during the monsoon. After the monsoon season, the whole atmosphere is magical, with plush green trees and fascinating hill stations. The best time to visit this place is between October and March. To achieve
arrival: Kerala is well connected to many international cities with its network of airports. Some of the busiest Airways from that state, Trivandrum International Airport, Airport of Kochi and Calicut Airport.
In India, travelers can also access by road and rail networks
Kerala food. Kerala offers a variety of local ethnic food. It is famous for its boiled rice, sambar, idli and pudding dessert. Some of the popular food joints in this condition, the fast food Bimbi on Shanmugham Road, Kashi Art Café, Fort Kochi, Sealord seafood Shanmugham road, etc.
What to Wear: Depending on the climate of cotton cloth is best suitable for Kerala. Again, this is not a hard and fast rule regarding what to wear and what not. Read more...
As we already observed during our first visit, construction on Mega Resorts was well under way, but I had no idea how fast the landscape would change. Charming little fishing villages, such as Punta Bete seem to be completely gone. Giant Hotel Complexes now stand where once empty Caribbean beaches with little restaurants were.
The sites in Mexico like Chichen Itza, Palenque and Uxmal are fabulous. Merida is a nice city, especially on Sundays. However, it’s much more expensive than Guatemala, and it also lacks the atmosphere of Guatemala. The Caribbean coast (Playa Del Carmen, Tulum) could definitely not seduce us: it’s hypertouristic and quite expensive also.Still, we went back to Mexico in 12/99 to finish the trip we had stopped in 1993. From Tikal we went to Bethel, crossed the Usumacinta river into Mexico, and then visited Yaxchilan, one of the highlights of our second trip (don’t miss it).
From there onwards toPalenque with side trip to Agua Azul. Then San Cristobal, Oaxacaand finally Mexico City. I think we”ll need a third trip to visit the Nothern part of the country.
While the area was hit hard by Hurricanes during the last season, Mega Resorts have recovered quickly, fueled by foreign investments. Areas such as Puerto Morelos however did not recover as quickly. Little Hotels are still struggling to clean up and rebuild. Financial bankruptcy will only result in the inevitable, more Mega Resorts. Read more...
Look into the site’s history, culture, natural environment, customs, legends, advisory notices and more. UNESCO’s World Heritage Center or Wiki Travel is a great starting point.
Buy your vacation package from a business you have confidence in. Ask family and friends to recommend a company with a good track record. Think twice if you can’t get a person on the phone to answer your questions or if the ad doesn’t give the company’s street address. Contact the state Attorney General, consumer protection agency and Better Business Bureau where you live and where the company is based to see if there is a history of complaints on file.
Learn a few words in the local language. Making an effort to speak the local language allows you to interact with the people who know the site best. People appreciate your efforts and your interest in learning.
Simple words like “Hello,” “Please” and “Thank you” can go a long way.
While Traveling Engage in local culture. The saying, “While in Rome do as the Romans” still applies today. Your trip provides a unique opportunity to explore a new culture and to see the world through a different perspective. Remember that eating local foods, shopping in local markets, and attending local festivals are all part of experiencing the culture. Hire local guides. Enrich your experience by choosing local guides who are knowledgeable about the destination. Ask local tour operators and hotels for good recommendations. Read more...
Everyone knows that travel is really cost sometimes a huge amount of dollar. This undeniable fact can be a barrier why people sometimes get rid of travel even they are in their vacation time or holidays. Some say, it is for the budget sake, avoid expenses, in the other side its true. Financial problem is really a headache nowadays. But wait; there are people in this planet that they really love travel or some because it is really important to them. I made this travel tip for everyone because I know everyone loves travel, If you are a traveler or not, I hope this tip is really a help.
This tip is from my experience and shared from the fellow traveler about travel in cheapest way.
First key to budget travel is to plan ahead. Organized the places and activities you want to experience.
Planning and spending travel dollar wisely is a priority for most families.
Don’t forget to check the availability of budget, spending the budget wise make the travel more enjoyable. If not, you surely stranded.
Be simple and avoid extra things that not so important. Even if your travel budget is so tight, it doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy the travel.
Be aware that small things can be add up with a huge amount. Hotel extras, restaurant, car rentals, gas, ticket for special attractions, drinks add-on makes your budget goes crazy. Read more...
There are more frequent people travelling these days, whether its domestic or International travellers. Because of that, many hotel offers cheap hotel, company offers cheap phone card or calling card to make calls, online web hosting offer good web hosting rate.
Below is the tips for carrying carry-on luggage and check in luggage that might help to ease and make your travelling goes smoothly during your domestic or International trip.
CHECK FOR MAXIMUM SIZE AND WEIGHT FOR CARRY ON
• As there are more airlines offer free carry-on luggage, there are increasingly people who do domestic travelling with only carry-on luggage.However, do remember to check for the maximum size and weight for carry-on luggage for your flight.
These days, as airlines and airport keep changing their regulation, it is the best to check the maximum size and weight for your carry-on luggage for your airlines. The maximum weight is usually 7-10kg, with the maximum size of 21xm x 40cm x 54cm or 56cm x 45cm x 25cm per bag. Different airlines operate on different policies. Some airlines also only allow 1 carry-on luggage, despite the weight and size. It would just be a waste of time and money when going to the check in and be told that the hand carry is oversize or overweight. Read more...