Spend Your Vacation In Contemporary Style With Rajasthan Hotels

The magic land of Rajasthan is unmatched with any of the states in the country, because of its heritage, culture, sand dunes and lush green forests. Bestowed with natural beauty, it is one of the best places for your vacations, as it offers a lot to explore with relic, preserved for the travelers.

There are hotels in every city of Rajasthan to serve their global tourists. The Rajasthan Hotels serves their guest with contemporary facilities and amenities. They give you a royal treatment with their calm and excellent staff service.

Oberoi Udaivilas Palace, Udaipur:

Located near Pichcola, Udaipur it is one of the best royal heritage hotel in Rajasthan. Designed in Mewari style, it shows the rich culture and tradition of royalty.

Chowki Dhani, Jaipur:

Chowki Dhani, a typical village module resort, is a blend of ethnic with modern comfort. Comprising of nine cottages, 33 royal cottages and 8 Haveli suites, it is one of the best hotel in Jaipur, which not only is a place to stay in but also helps you to get into the village environment with its rural type interior.

Phool Mahal Palace, Ajmer:

Once belonged to a Royal family, located at a peaceful area of Kishangarh, in Ajmer, Rajasthan, Phool Mahal Palace is a well-known and luxury hotel in Rajasthan. It is near Gundalao Lake, which will surely soothe your eyes and soul.

Bhanwar Niwas Palace, Bikaner:

Located in Rampura Street of Bikaner, it is one of the magnificent palaces in entire Bikaner. It has 24 beautiful rooms decorated meticulously by artisans of Bikaner.

Fort Rajwada Hotel, Jaisalmer:

Situated on Jodhpur-Barmer Link Road, Jaisalmer, surrounded by sprawling greenery, is one of the ideal forts for the visitors looking for the blend of luxury, comfort, heritage, and elegance. With 65 rooms designed lavishly, it is a perfect place to spend your Rajasthan vacations.
There are many other Rajasthan Hotels at your service, serving you the best.

Travel Wrap Versus Baby Blanket

Most parents would not even consider a travel wrap, they are familiar with the baby blankets and that is what they assume they will need when they have a baby. However, people who have discovered them have realised they are not just a gimmick invented so you will feel obliged to spend money on yet another baby product, but actually a really great improvement of the standard blanket.

There are several wraps that I am aware of on the market but the particular travel wrap that I am familiar with is fantastic because it has so many uses and solves so many problems. I think people feel put off by the fact that they will need to spend a bit more and that a cheap baby blanket will do the same job, but of course that is simply not the case.

The travel wrap fits into a buggy or car seat or anything with a three or five point harness; it is shaped so it lays flat within the seat. The straps thread through the holes so the wrap almost becomes part of the seat, as soon as you are ready to go out on a journey you simply but the baby or child into the seat and strap them in as you would normally.

If you then need the blanket because its chilly you can wrap them up, of course if you do not need it you can simply leave it unwrapped. You dont need to prepare when you go out because the travel wrap is always there ready to go. The wrap incorporates a hood which means you can also keep their head warm and avoid the need to buy hats. Of course the additional benefits are that, because it covers the seat it protects it, so any mess or spills can easily be removed by taking the wrap out and washing it, there is no need to wash or scrub down the buggy or car seat.

The other great benefit is that the child is sitting on the travel wrap so it is impossible for it to fall off and get dirty or lost. You dont need to dress your child in outdoor clothing such as coats or snowsuits, because when they are wrapped they are completely covered and it keeps them warm all the way round, not just their front. Therefore saving you even more time and making going out a joy instead of a chore.

Of course if you find a travel wrap too expensive you could always ask friends and family to contribute towards it or look around for second hand options. Its something that you will get a lot of use from and of course you can always hand it down to other children you may have or to someone else when your baby has grown out of it.

Avoid Rough Seas Cruises

Avoid Rough Seas Cruise Ship Sailing

Looking to take a fabulous cruise holiday but worried about rough seas cruise ship sailing? Well, there are a few ways to help select and minimize the risk of getting caught in rough seas on your holidays. I recently came across a well written article on higher risk areas to be aware of and some possible remedies for sea sickness, such as a motion sickness bracelet.

The article touches on some popular cruise destinations and what you may or may not come up against. It gives the reader an indication of what you may expect, but we all know, one can never predict the weather! To view this article, visit one of my favourite cruising websites known as Cruise Critic.

Rough Seas Cruise Ship Holidays  Not For Everyone

If youre like me and prone to motion sickness, then it is important to select a more favorable time of year for the area in which you would like to cruise. Cruise holidays are wonderful and with the size and way the newer ships are constructed today, many times you would hardly know you were actually sailing the high seas, they are so smooth. Our family have been on 3 cruises in past years, sailing the Caribbean, Mediterranean and Mexico. Im happy to say, even with a few choppy evenings, I was able to avoid motion sickness on all 3 cruise vacations. We selected an itinerary that was best for the time of year and that were recommended to us by seasoned cruisers as well. The result was happy sailing for the entire family.

If you use a little common sense and select proper sailings, then your chances of running into rough seas on cruise holidays is greatly diminished. Cruise lines select their itineraries for certain times of the year because of weather, seas and other varying factors. They will even alter their itineraries while on a cruise to avoid rough weather for the enjoyment of passengers. If weather is unfavorable for your next port of call, the ships captain may choose to avoid that destination and head to a more pleasant port. So rest assured, the cruise lines make their best effort to keep everyone happy, safe and motion sickness free.

Rough Seas Cruise Ship Vacations  Can Be Avoided

When in doubt, always take the time to ask a cruise specialist or travel agent familiar with cruising about the destination you wish to go and what the weather is like for that time of year. Read reviews to get an idea whether you may encounter rough seas on that selected cruise. There are all kinds of information available absolutely free both on-line on the internet and at reputable travel agencies in your area. It is possible to avoid the roughest seas and pick cruise destinations with smoother crossings then others.

Cruise planning is fun and with a little time spent preparing, youre sure to have a wonderful holiday like our family have enjoyed in the past. Its not entirely possible to predict what Mother Nature has in store, but you can reduce the odds of rough seas and weather by picking the appropriate destination recommended for that time of year.

Happy travels!

Robert Tellier

Cultural Tour to Ajanta and Ellor Caves

The famous Ajanta and Ellora caves, shrines cut out of rock, by hand, and rank amongst some of the most outstanding specimens of ancient Indian architectural heritage. The caves are located just outside the village of Ajinha in Aurangabad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra and since 1983, these Caves are listed as one UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Ajanta Caves are a series of 29 Buddhist cave temples in Ajanta, India; which depict the story of Buddhism, spanning a period from 200 BC to 650 AD.
There are approximately 30 caves, of which cave number are 9, 10, 19, 26 and 29 are chaitya-grihas. The rest of the caves have been found to comprise of monasteries. There are some unsurpassable paintings in the caves, each of which centers around Buddhist religion and illustrates the life and incarnations of Buddha. Some of them portray Lord Buddha, some Bodhisattvas, while some other are based on the Jatakas tales and incidents from the life of Lord Buddha.

The 34 Ellora caves represent the epitome of Indian rock-cut architecture. These caves are an impressive complex of Buddhist, Hindu and Jain cave temples built between the 6th and 10th centuries AD near the ancient Indian village of Ellora demonstrate the religious harmony prevalent during this period of ancient history.
The magnificent Ellora Caves were built at time when Buddhism was declining in India and Hinduism was beginning to reassert itself.

The 12 Buddhist caves to the south also called Vishvakarma caves are the oldest Ellora caves which were used for study, meditation, communal rituals, eating and sleeping.
The 17 centre dedicated caves were created during a time of prosperity and revival of Hindusim, they occupy the center of the cave complex, grouped around either side of the famous Kailash Temple. These caves are dedicated to the god Shiva, but there are also some images of Vishnu and his various incarnations.
The 5 caves to the north are Jain which reflects the distinctiveness of Jain philosophy and tradition. Many of these Jain caves have rich paintings in the ceilings, fragments which are still visible.

The Buddha tour India is one of the life time experiences, India Buddhist Tours is incomplete without exploring the magnificent Ajanta and Ellora caves. All these Buddhist Tour Detonations India are associated with important events of Buddha’s life, visited by Buddha or later thrived into great Buddhist centers

The history of Keukenhof, Amsterdam’s Vondelpark

History of Keukenhof

The history of Keukenhof, the name of meaning “kitchen garden”, goes back to the 15th century. Countess Jacqueline of Bavaria, Jacoba van Beieren (1401-1436) gathered fruit and vegtables from the woods and dunes her for the kitchen of Teylingen Castle. Keukenhof Castle was built in 1641, and the estate grew to an area of over 200 hectares.

Keukenhof Garden, Amsterdam
Keukenhof Garden, Amsterdam

Landscape architects Jan David Zocher and his son Louis Paul Zocher, who also designed Amsterdam’s Vondelpark, redesigned the castle gardens in 1857. That park, in the English landscape style, still forms the basis of Keukenhof.

In 1949 a group of 20 flower bulb exporters came up with a plan to use the estate for a permanent exhibition of spring-flowering bulbs, signalling the birth of Keukenhof as a spring park. The park opened its gates tot he public in 1950 and was an instant success, with 236,000 visitors in the first year alone. In 2015 the 66th edition of Keukenhof is taking place, with Van Gogh as its theme. During the last 65 years Keukenhof has grown into a world-famous attraction.

Our mission and objectives

Keukenhof is the international and independent showcase for the Dutch floricultural sector, with a special emphasis on flower bulbs. In the space of eight weeks Keukenhof shows what the Dutch floricultural sector has to offer. The focus in the park is on the 7 million spring-flowering bulbs, in which the 100 participating companies show their living catalogue. In more than 20 fower shows, 500 flower growers present an enormous variety of cut flowers and pot plants.

Keukenhof is the platform for the Dutch floricultural sector. For the exhibitors and participants in the flower shows, we provide a superb showcase for their bulbs, flowers and plants.

That’s what makes Keukenhof an excellent opportunity to network and meet business contacts. Trade events for growers are also organised regularly. Keukenhof has strong links with all of the relevant organisations in the floricultural and tourist sectors.

Royal Suppliers

Keukenhof has almost 100 royal suppliers. These are the exhibitors who supply their very best range of spring flowering bulbs for display in the park. Our garden designer creates a special design for each of our exhibitors, consulting with them to find out the colours, heights and flowering times of their bulbs. The exhibitors ensure that all their bulbs are delivered to the park in the autumn, ready for planting.

Sourece : http://www.keukenhof.nl/en/footer/about-keukenhof/

Visit Sapa Vietnam with Local Tour Guides

The natural beauty of Sapa Tours are combined with the topography of the mountains, green forests and human creativity that creates a romantic spot. To discover and understand more about the beauty of the poetic land, you definitely need a Sapa Tour Guide. Sapa is located in the north – west of Vietnam. It belongs to Lao Cai Province which is a modest with many wonders of the natural scene.

In fact, you must to hire a Sapa local ethnic tour guide for your Sapa Tours instead of th eothers because they are the ones who know the local with the best knowledge. We would like to introduce you a Sapa local tour guide Giang A Cang. He is one of the best tour guides in Sapa Tours. His name is Cang and his full name is Ging A C?ng.He is a Hmong person and got married. Now he is 26 years old with over 10 years working as a tour guide in Sapa. He is fluent in English because he learned English when he was a child. He graduated from Tourism Training Course for Sapa TourGuides in 2014 and got the guiding license issued Lao Cai Tourism Administration.His home village is Sa P? village. It is not well known place for everyone but a gorgeous attraction. Every day, he comes to work by motorbike and comes back home after the tour. He is so enthusiastic and reliable in job and he loves it so much.

As real local,he will show you the best things to do. He knows exactly all corners of Sapa and he will be your reliable friend to bring you to the right place and do the right thing. And if you have any problem arises during your Sapa Tours, he will help you to resolve it.Come to Sapa and let him show you the beautiful town! We hope that the above information will be useful for you to plan your perfect Sapa Tours.Let’s come to Sapa with are liable Vietnam Tour Guide in Sapa who named Giang A Cang to explore the beauty of the natural wonder of a mountain province.

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How to travel komodo national park

Before setting out on your visit, and learning how to get to komodo,  it is important that you understand where you are heading and the easiest ways to get there. Komodo is in the middle of the Indonesian archipelago, and is between Sumbawa and Flores islands. The fact that Komodo is a UNESCO reserve for both a marine diversity and of course the Komodo Dragon makes this a growing tourist destination. The snorkeling and diving in the National Park is almost unsurpassed, and it is completely understandable as to why one would want to go. Now that you know where you are going let us discuss the best ways for you to get there.

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Labuan Bajo

Any tour to Komodo will start and finish in Labuan Bajo. This is the main transportation hub for the whole province. There is the airport, ferries, buses, local boat service and multiple private car hire services.  With 5-7 flights a day to Denpasar and then onto international flights, it is readily accessible. There are daily ferries to Sape on Sumbawa and weekly ferry service to Sulawesi aboard Pelni. Due to time and accessibility, nearly all visitors fly in and out via Labuan Bajo Airport – it’s even called Komodo airport!

Charter a local boat

The personal way to visit Komodo is to charter a boat for at least 2 days with one 1 night on the boat. Certainly longer charters are available, and needed to see much more of the park. But to see the dragons, sleep in the park, visit a few beaches and snorkeling. Most of the charter boats are fairly small, with limited facilities, so any trip longer than 2 nights would require re-supply at LBJ. There are larger charter boats can go for about a week without re-supply, The small boats usually come with a crew of 2, captain and mate.

The boat choice is basically with or without a cabin. Boats with a cabin are usually a little bigger and include an upper deck sitting area. The upper deck sitting area is nice to have for photo taking or just escape from the boat’s noisy engine. Prices can vary wildly – but with good haggling you should pay about $300 USD for all food and beverage on the boat, including a full load of beer, sodas, and water. Komodo National Park Fees are not included and have to be paid directly to the park’s contract operator .

Plan Your New Trip In A Travel Trailer

If you have always wanted to travel the road for either long or short distances, it is time now to plan one with your own or rented travel trailer.Commonly referred to as a caravan is not old fashioned or for the older generation, but something that is also trendy if you look at it differently.

If you have never been that friendly to air travel, but always wanted a long journey and visit far away places you can hit the road with your travel trailer. There are two types commonly found today one from the RV or recreational vehicle industry and the other from the mobile home industry.Both can be easily towed behind you car, jeep or any travel vehicle of your choice; the purpose is to provide you a space to sleep with comfort and safety like that of your own home while you are on a journey.

Choose the one that suit your needs

The most important aspect of a travel trailer is to provide you the comfort and protection that a tent will not, while you are traveling far away distances. If you are moving homes, or on a vacation / holiday, or even a road adventure, a travel trailer can help you overcome the usual worries of getting a motel or inn for resting, especially when you on unfamiliar roads. Possibility of having their own home and sleep in the comfort of their own mattress, by avoiding the hazels of finding a motel or hotel especially places where there in none in the vicinity or area. Today most of the travel trailers are categorized as a type of RV along with fifth wheel trailers, motor homes, pop-up trailers and truck campers. Choosing firstly depends on the number of people intending to travel with you; things to keep in mind our age (especially if there are toddlers or smaller / younger children), distance, facilities in the trailer and the weight of luggage you will be carrying.

Length of the trailer

Keeping in mind the market for small tours, hence they are usually smaller about 18 feet or 5.5 meters in length, making them the lightest of all travel trailers today. Little bigger than a tent on wheels to travel trailers for a large family with rooms for each person accompanied with furnishings and elements to closely resemble a home.

Important thing to remember while traveling on a travel trailer is the rules of each country for trailer campers; some countries especially in Europe have designated trailer camp sites and some even levy a tax or charge for camping. Travel trailers are more common source of traveling in countries like North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand and less popular in other parts of the world.

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Real Or Imaginary, About Astral Travel Stories

Amid boundless skepticism, lots of people remain curious about astral travel. Astral projection is an out of body experience. A person’s astral body leaves their own existing physical body entering the astral plane. Despite the fact that, over time, a lot has been discovered the possibility of astral travel and out of body experiences, several questions remain unanswered.

Astral projection stories began long ago. There’s historical data referencing astral
experiences in age-old Egypt, China and India. The Inuit families have told of extraordinary persons that could travel to distant places for knowledge and helpful information. The yaskomo of the Waiwai, from the Amazon, is actually claimed to have performed “soul flights.” Those flights are made to seek the advice of cosmological creatures for instruction or helpful advice.

Many tales of astral happenings have certain items in common. Of course, like any other experience, no two astral encounters are exactly the same. Nevertheless, there are many reports of astral mishaps that include a number of commonalities. A few of the similarities are setting and capabilities.

Several astral projection stories make reference to activities that occurred during surgical procedures or severe illness. The majority of people explain this experience as becoming an viewer. They say his or her astral body simply leaves his or her physical body to turn into an on-looker. These people tell of watching the medical operation or even observing doctors, the medical staff, and visitors in the room. Normally, they’re able to look at the activity, and his or her actual physical body, whilst hovering or floating above. In some tales, the astral body appears or rests in the area or doorway to observe.
The ability to soar is frequently mentioned in tales of astral activities. A lot of people document traveling to different locations.

Many people associate this experience with d?j? vu. Astral travelers may recollect details of going to otherwise unidentified locations. Several experts feel that whenever d?j? vu happens, the individual recognizes an unfamiliar location through his or her astral journey.

An additional common happening with OBE’s is actually meeting those who have been deceased for a long time. This opportunity may be the motivational push behind many attempts at astral projection. In these cases, the one who experiences it can embrace or shake hands with the astral body of a lost cherished one.

An astral traveler may meet deceased celebs and historical figures, also. According to experts within the field, it’s possible to meet up with an additional living astral traveler, who may have briefly left his / her actual physical system, while encountering an OBE. This incident is called a doppelganger.

Although a lot of folks are interested in out of body experiences, fear inhibits them from making any endeavor to encounter an astral event. Masters state that there is nothing to to be afraid of and that astral projection is completely risk-free.

Enthusiastic practitioners say that the astral body is invincible. It can’t suffer any kind of injury. Apart from physical injury, many individuals are afraid of psychic or religious consequences. Many people think that astral happenings are demonic or satanic in nature. Yet, others propose that astral encounters would not be achievable without a close connection to God.

There are many concerns that remain un-answered about astral projection stories. Nonetheless, anyone enthusiastic about the subject can find a large amount of information simply by doing a bit of research online.

Assessing Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Trips

Las Vegas is definitely the Mecca for Grand Canyon South Rim bus tours. The voyage itself is packed with excitement before topping out with a guided tour of the globally famous South Rim. You will find a limited amount of trip alternatives, but the ones available tend to be adequate to get the task done. Here’s a glimpse at what to expect.

Travel inside the National Park is governed. You require a permit for overnight backpack treks, helicopters can’t land at the bottom as well as sightseeing airplanes are required to follow a specific course. This is a good thing since it protects the integrity of the Park and it’s why you have the following coach tours via which to select:

Traditional Bus Tour. This is the most well-liked trip offered. Departs every morning of the year from Vegas and arrives 5.5 hours afterwards at the South Rim. Includes free hotel pick up and drop off, grab-and-go breakfast, lunch and a 2.5-hour guided ground tour of major points of interest.

Bus Tour w/ Helicopter Ride. Consists of all elements of the classic bus tour along with a 30-minute, rim-to-rim flight that flies above the Kaibab Plateau, the Dragoon Corridor, the North Rim and the Temple of Ra. The return features a magnificent glimpse of Grand Canyon Village.

All South Rim coach travels depart Las Vegas close to 7:30 a.m. The drive skirts Lake Mead, the largest man-made reservoir in the U.S., before heading south over the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge. The majority of bus excursions will double back on the Arizona side for a 15-minute Hoover Dam photo stop.

Buses proceed south to the Arizona town of Kingman. Here you’ll have a rest break before bearing east to Williams, which bills itself the “Gateway to the Grand Canyon.” The ultimate stretch is approximately 60 miles. Individuals who have the bus-helicopter combo are going to be dropped off at the Grand Canyon National Park Airport before the bus gets into the South Rim.

The guided tour part of the trip includes stops at a minimum of two major lookout points. In the majority of cases, you’ll do Mather Point and Yavapai Observation Station, but this is subject to change. In all honesty, any lookout you visit will be magnificent and makes for an excellent place to take photographs. There’s furthermore time to momentarily hike a trail below the rim or explore the Grand Canyon Information Center. This portion of the trip concludes at Grand Canyon Village, the Park’s commercial hub.

It’s important to reserve your South Rim bus tour as far in advance as feasible. Coach travels are all the rage these days and it’s not uncommon for them to sell out. Definitely RSVP if you’re a group of 4 our more vacationers and you want to travel together. I tell buddies as well as family to book at least three days in advance. In case you actually wish to play it safe, lock down your seats a week ahead of your preferred departure date.

Too many folks fall under the presumption that buying bus excursions at the location helps save them money. It won’t. In fact, it will cost you more. Ticket agents and hotel concierges know you have preset amount of time in Vegas and prey upon that. Plus, as I stated earlier, these types of “last-minute” reservations mean you most likely wont get on the bus since it is full. Spare yourself the stress. Book your coach tour on the internet ahead of time.

Grand Canyon South Rim bus trips from Las Vegas tend to be a complete bargain. First, they have everything, including free hotel shuttle service and lunch. Next, they get you to the best U.S. National Park for under $90 per person (less expensive for children). This is an all-day trip. Anticipate it to take 12 hours plus. But it’s so worthwhile, particularly once you stand on the precipice that is Mather Point and look into a miraculous canyon that’s a mile deep and no less than 10 miles wide!