Archive for January, 2008
By Ifu Travel & Tours
Greeting to you from that day.
The Maldives is an elegant destination with a rich local culture, where unspoiled beauty and naturally serene tropical islands offer a perfect getaway for sun lovers and diving enthusiasts. More than 80 tourist resorts vie for attention alongside a truly unique local island culture.
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January 8th, 2008
Want to find a ‘Spanish’ part of Spain? Then visit the Costa de la Luz (the coast of light) in Andalucia, Spain. Away from the hustle and bustle of the Costa del Sol it has been left unspoilt by mass tourism. The whole of the Costa de la Luz is a breath of fresh air compared to the usual developments associated with Spain, it has been developed on a more human scale and local towns and resorts retain their Spanish culture and character.
The beaches of the are of fine golden and white sands and are probably the best in Spain. Deep and wide, stretching for miles they don’t suffer the high rise development of so many tourist resorts, fantastic if you want a relaxing holiday as you will always find a peaceful spot.
If you are looking for a more sporty holiday then you will not be disappointed. Sports such as golf, surfing, kitesurfing are all very popular here with the weather along this coastline being mild even in the winter months and the breeze from the Atlantic ocean cooling it in the summer months
Read more: http://www.costa-luz-holiday.com/
January 1st, 2008
by Rita Amend
The Australian Outback is huge and sparsely populated. Red sand dunes, semi deserts, and tropical rainforests waiting to be explored by you, the adventurous traveller.
The Outback covers several climate zones. The tropical north lies within the monsoon belt, temperatures are much the same around the year. Summer is hot and wet, whereas winter is hot and dry. The centre of Australia has a typical desert climate, hot days and cool nights. Especially in winter the nights are very cold. Further down south you’ll find distinctive seasons.
The Central Deserts are what most people refer to as the real Australian Outback: deserts, red dust, and carpets of wildflowers if there was some rain.
Ayers Rock (Uluru), The Olgas (KataTjuta) & Kings Canyon are by far the best known and most visited attractions in central Australia.
Famous tracks cross the inland. The Oodnadatta Track is probably the most historic Outback track in Australia. It follows several mound springs that supplied water for both the Aborigines and the early explorers. The Overland Telegraph Line and the Great Northern Railway Line (Old Ghan) were set up along this route in the 19th century. There are still many relics of the now abandoned railway to be seen along the track.
Another famous and well-known track in the eastern Outback is the Birdsville Track. The track was set up as a stock route in the 1860s, it was a really rough and dangerous route in the early days. Today it is a well maintained gravel road that is easy to travel in dry conditions.
The Simpson Desert is one of the world’s most significant examples of dunal desert. It is located within the driest part of Australia. The Simpson has a remarkable system of parallel red sand dunes, which can be up to 40m high and some stretch for 300 to 500 kilometres. The desert covers about 170,000 square kilometres.
There are certainly many more beautiful regions to discover in the Australian Outback
Read more: http://www.ritas-outback-guide.com/
January 1st, 2008