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India: God’s Country

India is a country of varied culture and diversities. A country that is vibrant with beautiful customs and a long lineage ancient heritage. Wherever you travel in India be it from the Himalayan Gompas to the beaches of Goa one is likely to encounter some kind of festival or celebration having religious overtones involving elaborate colorful festivities.

School Trips to Tokyo: Bringing Geography to Life

All subjects can be wonderfully enhanced by school trips, and none more so than Geography. It is, after all, the study of the world’s landscapes, countries and communities, and travelling within the world gives students the opportunity to see first-hand different cultures, climates and terrains. With its breathtaking mountain scenes and industrious coastlines, its thriving cities and unique infrastructure – not to mention the high proportion of seismic activity – Japan is an excellent destination for almost any topic focus. Here are just some of attractions offered by the country’s remarkable capital city, Tokyo.

Planning Family-Friendly Bahamas Holidays

When you’re planning the perfect family getaway to the Caribbean you need a destination that gives you all the rest and relaxation you need while offering your children fun activities and plenty of playtime hours under the sun. This is why we suggest family-friendly Bahamas holidays we give you the low-down on the best family activities to enjoy during your stay in one of the paradisiacal Bahamas islands.

Kayaking to Cumberland Island: Three Kayaking Day-Trips to Cumberland

Interested in a paddling excursion to Cumberland Island, Georgia? Here are a few day trips for experienced kayakers who want to enjoy Cumberland Island by kayak.

School Trips to Valencia, Spain

While on your school trips to Spain, a few days in the city of Valencia would be a valuable addition to your itinerary. Located on Spain’s eastern coast, Valencia offers a variety of art, history, culture and entertaining excursions. The city was founded as a Roman colony back in 138 B.C. and has played an important role in Spain’s history ever since. It is small enough to be covered on foot in a few days, but is still the third largest city in Spain. A visit here should certainly not miss out on some of the major sites such as the La Lonja de la Seda, then take a trip through the arts of the region at the important Museu de Bellas Artes before spending your final day cutting loose and having a bit of fun at the Aquaopolis or the Terra Mitica.

School Trips to the Moselle Valley

The Moselle Valley in the western part of Germany is home to the Moselle River, which has been called the Rhine’s peaceful little sister. The river itself runs along the borders of France, Germany, and Luxembourg and it even drains a small part of Belgium. School trips to the German region of the Moselle Valley will take you along the river to explore the history and culture of the area. Not only does the land around the Moselle grow exceptional grapes and support many wineries, but the towns that dot the water are picturesque and blessed with a rich past. While you are in the Moselle Valley, be sure to visit the town of Traben-Trarbach before you head over to the Rhine River to see the Marksburg Fortress. Finally, while you are in the mood for castles, visit the stunning Burg Rheinfels before returning home.

5 Great Places to Visit in Menorca

When you book your holiday in Menorca, villas are easy to find all over the island so you won’t have any problems in locating one which is suitable for you. However, you may have trouble deciding on the best place to stay purely because there are so many options! Here are five of the best places to visit on the island in order to assist you to enjoy a fantastic holiday.

Golf Tours in South Africa

South Africa is a premier international golfing destination thanks to its world renowned golf courses designed by some of the top names in golf. This includes many signature golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Ernie Els, Annika Sorenstam, Nick Price and Retief Goosen. Booking a “Golf Safari” in South Africa is easy thanks to daily flights into all of the major cities such as Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban from all over the world.

School Trips to Estonia: Music, History and More!

Boasting the proud status of oldest capital city in Northern Europe, and celebrated as the European Capital of Culture in 2011, Tallinn is a hidden gem of a destination for school trips. Bursting with beautiful old buildings and monuments, museums, galleries and concert halls, it is perfect for groups with an interest in history or the arts, and makes a fantastic base for exploring further afield in Estonia. Here are just some of the educational highlights of this unique city.

Exploring History on School Trips to Boston, Massachusetts

As one of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston is filled with a rich history that dates back to the landing of the Pilgrims in 1630. Throughout the War of Independence, Boston was the site of many major events, including the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party. Now, the city is known more for its colleges than its fighting, with over 100 colleges and universities in the vicinity. While in Boston on school trips, students should be sure to visit Paul Revere’s home to learn about his great ride, then head to the Old State House Museum before ending your time discovering Boston’s history with a trip to the Tea Party Ship and Museum.

Markha Valley Trek – The Cherishing Trekking Tour to Little Tibet

Have you ever heard of coldest desert in the world? Certainly it is the Ladakh region that is blanketed with the high peaks of snowy mountains and dense clouds and beneath it there lies this lost kingdom. Before witnessing to it the vacationers are always puzzled why this land is remarkably popular among the varied tourists since it is the only region in India which is totally isolated from the modern world.

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