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Slow down and smell the roses

Last month we toured three National Parks in South Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Wyoming, admiring the purple mountain majesty for a week. Mt. Rushmore, Grand Teton and Yellowstone are three of the 59 national parks currently protected by law in the ... Korea Times, 1 month ago
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Monsoon getaways are cheaper on your pocket

Image: Uttarakhand's Valley of Flowers. Photograph: Araghu/Wikimedia Commons Hotels, airlines offer discounts to attract customers during lean season; attractions include treks, nature trails, spa and wellness packages  If you are the kind who likes to avoid travelling during monsoons, it's time to re-think your holiday plans. A monsoon holiday can be cheaper because of discounts on air tickets and hotel packages. And with fewer tourists around, you can be sure of enjoying a leisurely ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Monsoon getaways  Asian Age2 months ago
Outlook Traveller

Spot the beauty and the beasts at the national parks of India—Part II

India is one of the important biodiversity hotspots in the world. Check out these Indian national parks to learn more. Premnath Thirumalaisamy / Flickr Lush forest of Kodagu1/4photos Andrea & Antonella Ferrari / Age / Dinodia At ...
 Outlook Traveller3 weeks ago 10 ways you can holiday in India  Outlook Traveller3 weeks ago 10 Indian cities to explore for their sights and senses  Outlook Traveller4 weeks ago
Outlook Traveller

Quick Guide: Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Enclosed by the Great Himalayan National Park with flowing rivers, lush green valleys and lakes, Tirthan Valley—one of the most beautiful places in Himachal, has all that it takes to be a perfect weekend getaway Hoyez Marion Parvati river, ...
 Outlook Traveller2 months ago
National Geographic

I Heart My European Hometown: #PostcardProject

National Geographic Traveler features editor Amy Alipio recently asked our readers to weigh in on whether they thought the postcard was obsolete. The response was astounding. Seems the postcard isn't the dying art (and travel tradition) we ...
 National Geographic5 days ago Just Back: Santiago, Chile  National Geographic2 months ago
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Fresh look for botanical garden

AFTER a long delay, upgrading works of the National Botanical Garden in Bukit Cherakah, in Shah Alam has been completed. A new main entrance, ticketing counters, a visitors centre and a data centre, are among the facilities which have been built.
 TheStar.com.my6 days ago The Edit: Singapore Botanic Gardens events  Malay Mail1 month ago
News24

7 SA spring road trip routes to make you stop and smell the flowers

Rejoice! Winter is finally on the retreat and all around us the world seems to be reawakening from a deep slumber. Sweet wafts of jasmine float on the breeze, bees buzz furiously and flowers seem so eager to stretch their curled petals that they ...
 News242 weeks ago
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PICS: Readers share photos of the first Namaqua daisies in bloom

Post a comment 1 share: RELATED ARTICLES Cape Town - Although SANParks is expecting the annual natural flower show in the Northern Cape and West Coast to appear a bit later than usual this year, travellers have been sharing their photos of the ...
 News243 weeks ago

6 Spectacular slackpacking trails in SA 08:56 25/07/2015 in SA Holiday Guide

Love the idea of exploring mountains and valleys on foot, but HATE the thought of carrying a crippling load on your back? Well, we have just the thing for you: slackpacking. What it basically comes down to is enjoying all the benefits of a ...
 News241 month ago
Rolling Stone

In the Valley of the Shadow of Death: Guyana After the Jonestown Massacre

Dead bodies lie near the compound of the People's Temple cult in Jonestown, Guyana after over 900 members of the cult, led by Reverend Jim Jones, died from drinking cyanide-laced Kool Aid David Hume Kennerly/ The others were already in Guyana.
 Rolling Stone1 month ago
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