Traveling with your partner can be an enriching experience that brings you closer together.
However, being with your significant other 24-7, dealing with challenges like missed flights and getting ripped off or bickering about money can also test the limits of even the strongest relationship.
tips to help you survive traveling with your loved one while keeping your sanity – and union – intact.
Whether you are a hardcore wildlife enthusiast, an adventure freak, or just a spirited traveler, going on an African safari will surely occupy a prominent position on your travel wish list. And why not? There is probably no other place on earth where there is a concentration of so many different species of exotic animals. With numerous national parks distributed all across the continent, an African safari is truly a memorable, once-in-a-lifetime experience that’s worth cherishing. What makes these safaris even more unparalleled is the fact that in terms of experience and adventure, no two of them seem to be the same.
Planning an African Safari
If you love wildlife, enjoy visiting adventurous locations, and wish to embark on an African adventure in the near future, this Buzzle article will tell how you can plan your trip for a truly enchanting experience. Here are a few factors, which you will need to consider while planning your African safari vacation.
◾ Do research on what the African safari can offer you. For this, the Internet is the best source; however, you can also refer to certain magazines, such as National Geographic Traveler to get an idea of where you can go and
The Amazon is the second longest river in the world after Nile, and its basin, which is also a marvel in itself, spans across eight countries. These include Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, and Suriname, apart from the little overseas territory of France, viz., French Guiana. The Amazon rainforest, also known as the Amazon Jungle, covers most of the area occupied by the Amazon Basin in South America, and is undeniably the largest forest on our planet. It is a dense, moist, broadleaved jungle that supports such an unparalleled and varied ecosystem and offers such countless possibilities that at times, it almost seems like a fantastical dream―a folkloric region that boasts of near mythical inhabitants and happenings. But what really holds an element of mystique is the river itself; the majestic Amazon keeps on displaying its power and might from time to time.
Welcome to the Jungle!
The Amazon rainforest, as mentioned before, is the region of countless possibilities. It has so much to offer to the adventure-seekers that there comes a point when the forest expanse just starts seeming endless; you might stumble upon something new and exciting with every single step that you may take
Who wouldn’t want to live a life full of journeys and exploration? In fact, children who get the opportunity to see the world can surely be deemed fortunate. Young minds always tend to view the world in the right perspective, since their thinking is pretty much clean and not biased. If we are to educate our kids about the world, the best means would be to actually take them out there.
Seems like a fine idea on paper, isn’t it? Especially when parents have to contend with a thousand chants of “I’m bored” and “Are we there yet?” throughout the journey. Well, this certainly is the drawback of traveling with kids. But we do urge you to browse through this list of kid-friendly adventure travel destinations―you can’t be assured of a no-complaints trip, but they will definitely be reduced to a bare minimum.
Japan doesn’t just have to be the good ol’ Land of the Rising Sun, neither should it be limited to just another exotic eastern destinations. As a matter of fact, Japan happens to be a winner of a destination among young children and teenagers alike. Well, with their sterling anime and manga culture, and of course,
It is a type of skiing that allows physically disabled individuals to participate in skiing with the help of special equipment.
The word ‘ski’ has its origins in the Norwegian word skíð which means a piece of wood, and ‘skiing’ or ‘to ski’ means travel using a ski. People living in the Arctic region have used skiing was a mode of transport for the past 4,000 years. Today, skiing is employed less for transport and more for recreational purposes. It is also extremely popular as a competitive sport (the Winter Olympics) with various styles and types of skiing disciplines. Generally, skiing can be divided into three major types: nordic or cross-country, alpine or downhill, and freestyle. Let us take a closer look at the three major types and their differences through this Buzzle article.
It is a type of skiing that is also known as ski touring, XC skiing and has a history of 4,000 long years. The Nordic or cross-country skiing belongs to Norway, where it was initially used for the purpose of transportation. Around 1,000 years ago, the sport made a drastic shift from a mode of transportation to a recreational sport
While picking the right tent, do pay close attention to its size and bulk, material used, and ease of pitching before you factor in the cost. This will ensure that you have a sturdy and manageable tent, instead of a cheap, but complicated contraption.
Camping, as a recreational activity has quite the historic beginnings. It was once seen as the best way ‘to get away from it all’, when one actually wanted to take a break in order to enjoy the wilderness. But with the passage of time, camping went from being a hard worker’s only means of solitude to something that’s enjoyed with family and friends. Undoubtedly, the ease of transport, availability of camping gear, and the spate of camping grounds around towns and cities has sky-rocketed the popularity of camping.
In this Buzzle article, we’re focusing on the various types of tents available in the market today, beginning with the traditional kind.
We begin with the original tent, which is far from the domes and tunnels of today. Well, it has undergone a sort of metamorphosis to suit today’s times. Ridge tents have two poles at either ends, with a cross pole holding it up. The
Camping Wedding Tip
“The more guests feel involved with your wedding, the more likely they will have a great time.” ―The Knot
A camping wedding is nothing but a joyous weekend getaway with family and friends, accompanied by good food, sun, and music, and, not to forget, lots of happy moments. For couples who love the outdoors, camping-themed weddings are the latest idea. People have been throwing wedding parties at campgrounds for ages, but why not take it one step further, and invite your guests to camp overnight with you in the great outdoors?
Traditionalists may not like this idea, since it involves eschewing some time-honored traditions, like holding the ceremony in a church. For those who are willing to think a little outside the box, a camping wedding ensures that friends and family will have fond memories of your special day.
Camping Location and Accommodation
Before you begin planning for the perfect camping wedding, decide on the campground. It is about being wild and loving the outdoors, and for this, you can choose between a camping ground in the midst of the woods, a beach-front, or a nestled location in the scenic mountains. To get the initial
The Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival, commonly known as Harbin Ice Festival, mainly consist of four theme parks: Harbin Ice and Snow World, Sun Island International Ice and Snow Sculpture Art Expo, Harbin Ice Lantern Show, and Songhua River Ice and Snow Happy Valley. Being a tourist brand name of Harbin, the capital and largest city of Heilongjiang province, People’s Republic of China, the festival draws millions of tourists every winter.
Locations of the Theme Parks
1. Harbin Ice and Snow World Location
West side of Sun Island, Songbei District, Harbin (near Heilongjiang Science and Technology Museum)
2. Ice Lantern Fair Location
The fair is located in Zhaolin Park, at the northern end of Zhaolin Street in Daoli District. The address is No. 74 Friendship Road (Youyi Lu), Daoli District, Harbin
3. Sun Island International Snow Sculpture Are Expo Location
No.3 Jingbei Road, Sun Island Scenic Area, Songbei District, Harbin
4. Songhua River Ice and Snow Happy Valley Location
On Songhua River (near the Flood Control Monument and Tongjiang Street)
Best Time to Visit
The festival officially starts on Jan 5 and ends at Feb. 25 every year. If go to
Nobody likes if it rains when planning for outdoor camps. In fact, we cancel or reschedule camping trips due to rain. However, what do you do if it rains when you are already camping. Crib about the rain?… come on guys, rain is not that bad. Have you tried listening to the melodious sound that rain creates when raindrops hit the tent, the smell of the earth when it rains. Or imagine just sitting by the tent door watching the rain and sipping a cup of hot tea or coffee. You are liking it, aren’t you? Well that’s not all, snuggling in your bed in a cozy blanket at night is all the more fun when it is pouring outside. Let’s look at the silver lining in the dark cloud and enjoy the camping experience, whether it is raining or not. Scroll down, it is really fun… you may want to thank me after that…
Camping in the Rain
# How to make your tent rain proof?
Begin with choosing an elevated spot on your camp ground to set up your tent. This will avoid water clogging. Whenever you go camping, invariably, carry big tarps. If you are a regular