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Siena – A Sleepy Medieval Town

Siena, the capital of the province of Siena, was first settled by the Etruscans around 450 BC. As we sit here today, Siena is one of Italy’s most traveled cities, as nearly 163,000 tourists per year visit this sleep town. Most people flock to this town because of its beauty, narrow roads and alleys and its beautiful Piazza del Campo. This article will address the most popular places to visit in Siena, as well as detail some of its storied past.

Venomous Snakes Of Africa

The African continent has a fair share of snake species distributed within its boundaries. Most of them are found on the Savannah grasslands while some are found deep into the equatorial forests. Some of the snakes are found on the ocean while others thrive within the harsh African desert.

Visiting Phnom Kulen, Cambodia

Phnom Kulen is a wonderful destination and getting to Phnom Kulen is a bit of an adventure in itself. However, its cultural and natural beauty makes it worth the trip from Siem Reap, Cambodia.

The Heritage As an Alternative Holiday

Holidays are a time we enjoy. Sometimes we like to stay in a calm area in the country side, and sometimes – in a luxury crowded resort. Some lay all day on the beach and spend the evenings in restaurants, pubs and clubs. The others prefer a more active holiday. But there is one more alternative for a holiday – visiting heritage places of interest chosen by scientists, students or tourists interested in culture and history.

Trekking India: Kalavantin Durg Near Mumbai Airport, Maharashtra, India, at Local Rates: $5 Per Head

As an adventure-seeking traveler, have you ever considered trekking India, with the local trek groups there, at the most bargained local rates? Are you fed up of getting taken for a ride, just because you are a foreigner to the Indians, and they think they can mint more money out of you? If yes, you might want to join non-profit trekking groups from India, led by professionals from the Indian Corporate IT industry, or Medical professionals etc, who trek primarily out of passion, than for any profit. Read on to know more about trekking the 2300 ft high and green Kalavantin Durg pinnacle, near the Mumbai International Airport, at just $5 per head, during the blissful monsoons.

Six Tips To Reduce Your Travel Carbon Footprint

Have you ever wondered what contribution you can make to reduce the global carbon footprint? Here are six easy-to-do tips that can get you started.

Sights and Attractions of Luanda, Angola for Tourists

As a premier travel destination, Luanda, Angola is famous for its shopping, cultural diversity and spectacular scenery. It is an excellent place to stroll, picnic, and explore a number of free tourist attractions. Attractions like several restaurants, pubs, cinema complexes, historical monuments and structures are world famous. However, Luanda also offers activities for travellers who want something beyond the usual tourist experience.

Las Vegas Bachelor Party Part II: The Do’s and Don’ts

Many people assume there are no rules when it comes to the Las Vegas Bachelor Party. Those people are wrong. Here are the rules and some recommendations.

Discovering a Kingdom of Birds – Nha Trang Tour

Once upon a time, salanganes selected an island on which to build their kingdom. After an hour by boat from Nha Trang city, the Noi and Ngoai islands, home to thousands of salanganes, appear on the horizon. Although accessing the islands used to be forbidden in order to protect the environment and salangane nests, tourists can now discover the magical world of the salangane between February and September yearly. Apart from its salanganes, the islands boast pristine beaches, a pure atmosphere and a strange kingdom where humans are but guests and birds their hosts. While Ngoai Island can only be seen from by boat, visitors are allowed to walk around Noi Island.

What You Can Expect From a Villa Vacation

Villas are becoming good destination spots. There are more tourists today that are looking to rent a villa than a hotel room or a motel.

Colorado Railroad Adventures

Ready to turn back the clock? The importance of railroads to Colorado in the 1800s is your ticket to a great old west adventure.

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