Pokhara is known as an outdoor paradise. Its immense geographical features have helped attract numerous outdoor clubs. The most typical outdoor activity is, of course, paragliding, but trekking and rafting in the surrounding areas are compelling as well.
Pokhara, a picturesque outdoor paradise, with paragliding, snow shoeing in the mountains, and other attractions, is worth more than a 2-day exploration. The easiest way to Pokhara is to fly from Kathmandu, but you can also arrive in other suprising ways, like drifting.
Being tropical heaven and an inviting tourist destination with its beautiful weather, turquoise clear lagoons, and white sandy beaches, things to do in Saipan are endless. The largest of the Northern Mariana Islands, Saipan has a total land area of 115.4 kilometers square which is just big enough to fill it with dozens of adventurous and fun-filled activities while being just small enough to explore all in a short trip. While its geographical location as a small pacific island surrounds it with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, its abundant network of limestone hills and caves offer plenty of opportunity for cave diving, exploration, hikes and bike rides. One visit to Saipan and you can tell this island was made for vacationing! This is one of the few tropical islands left where you actually find deserted unoccupied beaches with great photo opportunities and beach side relaxation.
It was the time of the mid-19th century when the empire of Bavaria was conquered by Prussia. The then ruler of Bavaria, King Ludwig II was consequently stripped of his powers. Bavaria had to live as an annexed portion of Prussia, and it lost its status of a kingdom. The obviously saddened king, King Ludwig II, did what most of us won’t do to make one feel better; he commissioned the construction of an extravagant castle-the Neuschwanstein Castle.
Turkey has long been a global crossroads. Straddling Europe and Asia, its lands have seen the rise and fall of vast empires including the Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman. This long history combines with pristine natural beauty. Black Sea resorts dot Turkey’s northern coast. Grand cathedrals and mosques line the Bosporus Straits in Istanbul. Picturesque islands are scattered in the Aegean Sea. And ancient ruins coexist with modern luxury along the Mediterranean coast. It is a land for travelers seeking something exotic yet familiar. In this and so many other ways, Turkey is the ideal blend.