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Five-Star Beach Resorts Make Their Debut In Algeria

Five-star resorts are relatively new to Algeria, whose tourist industry has lagged somewhat behind that of her neighbors Morocco and Tunisia, but Algeria is quickly catching up. Surely one of the most elegant places to vacation in the entire Southern Mediterranean Basin these days is the Club des Pins, the only beachfront hotel in the greater Algiers metroplex. It is right on the blue Med and maintains a lovely private beach for the exclusive use of its guests.

How to Spend Gap Year Holidays in Thailand

Thailand is one of the fascinating places where you could spend your gap year. This country has a number of attractions that you could visit. There are also a lot of new and exciting activities that you could do here.

Top 5 Trekking Packages in Nepal

Nepal is one of the popular destination for adventure travel, trekking and holidays tours. Nepal Himalayas have the possibilities for the ever challenging and adventurous experience for explorers and nature lovers. The 5 best of Nepal trekking packages is portrayed so as to glory the pride of nation in international arena.

Vacations In North Africa Require Minimal Travel Documents, Red Tape

Getting in and out of Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia for a vacation is a breeze when compared to other popular but exotic travel destinations beloved by adventurous Americans. Morocco and Tunisia do not require visas, just a valid U.S. passport. Trips to Algeria do require a visa, but Algeria strongly encourages tourism and these are easy to obtain by U.S. citizens at the Algerian Embassy in Washington. And if you’d prefer to outsource this work, there are dozens of expediteres in major American cities who will do the work for you for a small fee.

How To Find Opulent Holidays In North Africa At Bargain Prices

A weak dollar and overblown concerns about security that have spooked tourists have conspired in 2013 to create some of the most incredible vacation opportunities ever seen in North Africa — vacations in Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco that combine the luxury and opulence reserved for movie stars and hedge fund billionaires with the low costs associated with roadside motel accommodations at home. And these once-in-a-lifetime bargains are found in the loveliest undiscovered corner of the globe right on the southern shores of the idyllic Mediterranean Sea.

The Annual Wagga Wagga Gumi Race

You haven’t done everything until you’ve attended a Wagga Wagga Gumi Race. There’s nothing quite like it anywhere else in the world.

Tunisia, Far-Sighted And Dynamic Jewel Of North Africa

Tunisia is a gem of a small country in the Southern Mediterranean, the North African nation with the closest ties to Europe and the highest per capita income and level of education. At the heart of Tunis, the charming capital city, lies the medina-the “Ancien Quartier” or Old Quarter, and even for Tunisians who have spent their whole lives in the city, taking a stroll through the medina to admire the Great Mosque and Bey’s Palace in the cool of late afternoon or early evening is a favorite pastime. Sidi Bou Said has a special charm, universally regarded as the most beautiful neighborhood in Tunis, a haven for the Tunisian version of hippies, artists, and writers, some of the most interesting Tunisians you will ever meet, and you will be surprised at how accessible they are, how easy it is to strike up a conversation with them is, as so many Tunisians speak English, which is taught in schools from the third grade on.

It Is Time to Get in Touch With Nature By Hiking Mt Kilimanjaro

Are you asking yourself what you need to do in order to get in touch with nature or maybe how to conquer your fears? Then, why not go on an adventure and try hiking Mt Kilimanjaro? Kilimanjaro is volcanic mountain situated in Tanzania that has three volcanic cones and is the highest freestanding mountain in the world.

Tips to a Safe Biking Holiday

While on a cycling trip in a foreign country, caution is required. Best advised is to travel in a group of people with similar likes and enthusiasm.

Morocco, Jewel Of The Mediterranean

Americans have been in love with Morocco since Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman starred in “Casablanca” in 1942. It is a country of stark contrasts: burning deserts and snowcapped Atlas peaks; warm, sandy beaches and luxurious resorts frequented by movie stars and hedge fund tycoons. But it’s also one of the most economical places to have an exciting vacation of a lifetime. In 2013, Americans are flocking to Morocco for extraordinary holidays as never before.

Algiers, Home To The Famous Hotel El Djazair

The modern nation of Algeria is a big place, four times the size of Texas. It has a rich history and is home to some fabulous vacation destinations. The capital of Algiers is often called “Alger la blanche” (the White City) because of its lovely whitewashed buildings gleaming on the sunny slopes overlooking the sapphire blue Bay of Algiers. Among the many treasues of Algiers is the famous Hotel El Djazair, a magnificent Moorish palace built atop a hill back in 1889. It was here that Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery directed much of his North African campaign in World War II, and this hotel, known in those days as the St. Georges, also famously hosted many significant conferences between General Eisenhower and Prime Minister Churchill during the war.

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