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Without a shred of doubt Italy is a country of natural wonders that blends perfectly with the people’s cosmopolitan lifestyle. Add to that the Italians surely know how to woo the visitors with their rich historical, cultural heritage, and of course the revered classic Italian cuisine. The most visited and the obviously popular destinations have to be Florence, Sicily, Venice and Milan. But these destinations witness heavy footfall round the year and this may not augur well with the wanderlusts that prefer their tours to be less chaotic.

But believe it or not Italy’s breathtaking beauty and vast riches of visitor’s destinations runs deep into the country’s less visited spots that are mysterious as well as steeped in history. Get set to discover these less visited destinations that you might as well plan to add in your itinerary the next time.

Lake Resia- This could be the place where you could literally see the time standing still. This is also the most uniquely beautiful places and given Italy has an abundance of water bodies, this lake could not be given amiss. The Lake of Resia is located in one of the most calming beautiful regions of Trentino-Alto Adige. The area situated in Northern Italy bordering Switzerland and Austria is famous for the incredible mountain peaks that rise above it. Lake Resia, an artificial mountain lake is characterized by the 16th-century with the biggest high point being the Romanesque belltower that emerges from the depths of the lake. The bell tower is also a reminder of the now submerged original village of Graun, relocated when the reservoir was built. The most spectacular experience is that of walking up to the bell tower by crossing the frozen river in the winter season to seize the time which stands still.

Civita di Bagnoregio: It is described as the “dying city” because this medieval age village is facing the threat of being non-existent due to the erosion. If you are up for the challenge, get ready to travel this uphill village via foot. The cliff in the province of Vitrebo is considered among the most beautiful in Italy. The villages’ picturesque architecture would leave you mesmerized andit gives you activities galore. You can walk the winding lanes; have a bite on incredible food in the local restaurants. The surrounding valley’s beauty is such that you are sure to gasp audibly at the view. For all those fantasy fans, the winters are the best time to visit with the views of the village coming in full scale as the low cloud hangs over to make a halo effect.

Old town of Bagnoregio

Emilia-Romagna- Bologna is the one of the coolest town to be. It happens to be one of the most visited spots among the students mainly due to the fact that it is the home to the oldest university in Europe. Not just students, the Italian food capital is draws a huge number of gastronomy fans as well! If you are in Bologna, you just cannot afford to miss out on the local delicacies like lasagne and tortellini. Emilia-Romagna stretches from the wetlands of the Po delta down to the beach resorts of the Adriatic coast, and across fertile plains where the signature ingredients of Italian cuisine are produced. As the ultimate food destination of Italy, Bologna also lets the tourists organize a whole gourmet tour that spreads across the artisan producers of prosciutto crudo and mortadella, intense balsamic vinegar and Italy’s king of cheeses, parmesan.

Lake Iseo, Lombardy- Often seen as the “least known Italian lakes”, Iseo is popular with hikers and is home to Europe’s largest lake island, Monte Isola. Lake Iseo islittle known outside Italy, Lake Iseo is smaller than Lake Como but considerably quieter and more charming. This is hands down the unsung gem of Northern Italy situated just north of the cities of Brescia and Bergamo, a place that has low footfall of tourists. Once you reach in the sparsely populated Remote Monte Isola, you are welcomed by the blue and white paper flowers that add to the serenity and calm of the area.

The Garden of Ninfa- The Ninfa Garden is one of the finest private parks in Itay yet is unknown to even most Italians. The few people who have been to The Garden of Ninfa have come up with only description; “The paradise on earth” particularly during the spring bloom. This beautiful park gets even more beautified due to the lush vegetation including the picturesque ruins of the now defunct medieval town of Ninfa.

RoccaCalascio- Within the Gran Sasso National Park, at an altitude of 1,460 meters, is RoccaCalascio, one of the highest Fortresses in the whole of Italy. The castlesits atopa mountain ridge that gives the best possible view over the valley of Tirino and the Navelli Uplands below. It comes as no surprise that the breathtaking view of the valley has been captured on the celluloid for such movies as ‘Lady Hawke’ and ‘The Name of the Rose’.It wasabandoned somewhere around the mid-twentieth century alongside the ancient medieval village of Calascio below Post renovation in the 80’s it can be visited without having to spend a single penny today. Plus you have the affable local villagers serve great ice cream and coffee in the village.

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Collecting suitcases for a trip to safari, the main thing is not to go to extremes. Spartans, accustomed to traveling with a minimum of luggage, can be puzzled by the search for the right jobs in the vast expanses of the African savannah. And the prudent tourists, who took with them a “wagon and a small cart”- risk to admire the beauty of nature, looking in a slit because of the barricade of backpacks.

So remember the basic rule of safari – travelers move around in parks on SUVs along with their luggage, unless your program starts and ends in the same hotel, then things can be left in the hotel. If the suitcases are a lot – they will merely be fixed on the roof of the car, depriving you of the opportunity to ride with a lifting roof and make good photos of the animals seen.

First of all, this applies to large groups, as all off-road cars go 7-seat and together you can dial at least three suitcases of things when you travel 6 or 7 people, the choice of baggage should be approached with particular trepidation.

So, let’s go through the list.

Shoes and clothes for safaris

Most of the time on the luxury safari travel you will spend sitting. Therefore clothes should be comfortable, from soft natural fabrics, with a minimum of elastic bands, ties, tightening belts and decor elements like large buttons.

Please note, to see some animals, it is necessary to leave early in the morning, and at this time can be cold and without warm clothes cannot do. Take into account the time of the year and the weather conditions in the area. For example, in the reserves of northern regions, the temperature in the daytime can be about + 22-25 ° C, and +35 ° C in the southern part of Tanzania and on the islands.

Important trifles necessary for safaris

Even if the weather forecast guarantees the absence of the sun – do not rush to spread goggles. They will help save your eyes from wind, dust and small insects when you crack out of the window or by the open roof of a speeding car in search of objects for observation.

Put in a backpack:

  • A bandage on the face to protect from dust may be relevant in some regions;
  • Spare batteries/batteries for photo and video equipment (in our safari machines there are devices for charging them);
  • Binoculars, to examine the surroundings and animals in detail (there is always one binocular in the car, so you only need to take an additional one at your discretion);
  • Photocopies of documents (passports, visas, traveler’s checks, air tickets, insurance policy), which are best kept separate from the originals;
  • dry and wet wipes;
  • hygienic supplies (shower gel, toothbrush);
  • disinfectant gel/hand spray;

Ideally packed luggage for luxury safari travel Destination should fit in a small suitcase. Additionally, you can have a camera/camera case.

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New Zealand is a magical state, where the views of the various mountains find a perfect union with artificial constructions

New Zealand has entered the collective imagination as a place rich in natural wonders. Probably, the tourist boom that has seen many travelers travel to New Zealand is due to various film works that have been carried out in New Zealand.

On the other hand, the country has remained unknown to the West for some time also because of its geographical position which sees it at the end of the topographical maps.

Just think, that some travel-related newspapers confirm that New Zealand, like neighboring Australia, is one of the most technologically grown countries in the world. Even the administrative system of this State is well developed so that to enter if you do not need to go to the consulate located in the Italian capital to apply for a visa. In fact, it is sufficient to ask for it on the official website of the New Zealand government.

The visa

It is entirely free and is valid for three months. The main attractions of the New Zealand holiday destinations are divided between natural ones, historical ones, of which a part refers to the colonial period during which the British Empire occupied New Zealand, and those relating to the local aborigines and their customs.

Because of the history of British colonialism, it is not uncommon for New Zealand to find cities or places called in English. For example, the town of Wellington, the city of Queenstown and so on. The colonial period is also reflected in some cultural peculiarities of the area, so much so that the New Zealand anthem calls out to the United Kingdom. The entire State of New Zealand is composed of 2 great paradisiacal islands.

Walking here is genuinely a superb experience: you can meet dolphins, seals, New Zealand goats, scarce birds and much more. Also, the most athletic could practice mountaineering by venturing into the local mountains. Fiordland Glaciers, New Zealand Fjords, and local waterfalls also take part in the Fiordland National Park.

The third place we recommend visiting is called Arthur’s Pass. Nowadays, it is a park worth discovering the flora. There are a beech forest and several rivers that join the panoramas. In the past, this passage was used by the Maori warriors to connect the West and the East. Also here you can find various glaciers. The fourth of the mandatory stops in New Zealand is Queenstown.

The latter is located near Lake Wakatipu on the southern island. During the shooting of the film The Lord of the Rings, some of the most important scenes were filmed in this place. Therefore, in addition to the curious tourists here, you can often meet fans of the Saga of the Ring, written by Tolkien. Also, you can request to take an excursion into the wild lands of the Maori.

At the end of your trip to luxury destinations New Zealand, why not visit Kaikoura? It is a town located near the snowy peaks of the local mountains. Here you can admire vibrant vegetation and see the great toothed whale of the ocean. Moreover, in the near seabed, you can also see other types of water animals.

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Botswana is renowned for the density of its safari wildlife with the lush Okavango Delta able to support large numbers of both prey species and predators year round. It is still the only place I’ve seen three different leopards on a morning wildlife drive and then watched wild dog hunt from the deck outside my room.

It’s also a country with an enviable wildlife conservation record. The safari companies’ private conservancies are leased from the government under a tender process that requires income to be maximized alongside community benefits, whilst impact on the land and wildlife is minimized. Much as the country is filled with wildlife, the luxury travel destinations in Botswana too orbit in the same surroundings. With stable politics and income from mineral wealth, hunting was outlawed in 2014, and the country has seen rhinos relocated from South Africa for more than ten years. Initially this was a reintroduction program and more recently to save them from the poaching currently rife within that country’s national parks.

  1. Tuli Block– Typically accessed via South Africa, the Tuli Block is squeezed between Zimbabwe to its north and east, and South Africa across the Limpopo River to its south. It’s across this river from Pont Drift that most visitors enter by cable car when the waters are high, or by fording the stream when it is low enough. The area enjoys superb scenery with rocky kopjes and huge baobabs, and is home to good quantities of wildlife including lion, leopard, cheetah, and big herds of elephant. Combined with these is the opportunity to explore by vehicle, mountain bike, on foot or on horseback.
  2. Khwai Community Area– With the shallow channels of the Okavango reaching into the Khwai Community Area before their waters disappear into the Kalahari’s sands, this area should be better known than it is. With the Khwai River at its heart, visitors enjoy great wildlife viewing but as it’s neither the public Moremi Game Reserve (just next door), nor a private area into which one might fly, it’s overlooked by the majority. One of the best ways to explore this area is on a private mobile safari where your camp team sets up on an exclusive campsite. With your own guide and safari vehicle your days are completely flexible on both timings and activities; exploring by dug-out canoe is possible alongside wildlife drives.
  3. Nxai Pan- This national park sits to the south east of the Okavango Delta alongside the more famous Makgadikgadi Pans. Like its ‘noisy neighbor’ its formation is through the fossilization of a lakebed and it comes to life during the euphemistically named ‘green season’. These rainy months of Botswana’s summer between December and March turn the vegetation lush attracting numerous herbivores to this mineral rich area, which in turn encourages predators such as lion, hyena and cheetah.
  4. Linyanti Area– Sandwiched between the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park, the Linyanti area offers wildlife viewing similar to both without some of the restrictions. Night drives are possible within Linyanti making nocturnal species more visible, while nature walks allow smaller things that can be missed on a drive, to be observed.
  5. Central Kalahari Game Reserve– Despite being the world’s second largest game reserve, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve is definitely the triangle player in the Botswana orchestra, struggling to make itself heard and with few visitors to the country acknowledging its presence. It comes into its own for wildlife between December and March in Botswana’s summer months. Huge numbers of antelopes such as springbok and gemsbok are attracted by the lush vegetation which attracts predators such as cheetah, hyena and the Kalahari’s famous black-maned lions. Botswana’s safari areas don’t have crowds; even in high season numbers are low in huge tracts of wildlife-rich land. However for those seeking an alternative to the most obvious areas, whether that is parts of the country with different habitats, or reserves pumping with wildlife at times of year when animals in the main areas are dispersed, any of these options among the luxury destinations botswana will offer something different and rewarding .

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What do netizens and travel journalists think of Argentina? A look at the network allows us to discover what are the ten essential places to approach, for the first time, the tourist reality of this immense and fascinating country.

  1. Buenos Aires.- The capital of the state appears as a destination indispensable in 95% of the forums, lists and articles consulted being the most recognizable icon of the nation at an international level.
  2. Iguazú Falls. – At a very short interval from the capital, the waterfall of the Province of Misiones appears in 92% of the lists and articles consulted. All sources insist that the waterfalls and the national park are one of the most important natural wonders in the world and, in the Argentine context, an essential place for those who come to the country for the first time.
  3. El Calafate and the Perito Moreno Glacier.-The Small Andean town of El Calafate is the gateway to the Glacier National Park and another of the luxury destinations in Argentina. It is mentioned as an impending visit 89% of the time and, almost always, it is among the top five or six of the suggestions of bloggers, journalists, and travelers.
  4. Ushuaia. – The city at the end of the world appears in 83% of the articles consulted. The central town in Tierra del Fuego, beyond its attractiveness per se, is famous as a port of embarkation for cruises that travel through the deep Fuegian channels or down to the coasts of neighboring Antarctica.
  5. Peninsula of Valdés and Puerto Madryn.-Between the months of May and December, hundreds of whales of different species come to the Patagonian coast to mate. One of the location with the highest concentration of specimens is the area between the city of Puerto Madryn and the Valdés Peninsula.
  6. The Quebrada de Humahuaca.-World Heritage and the best example of the cultural syncretism between the Andean and the European world, the Argentine Northwest has consolidated, in recent years, as one of the country’s stars destinations.
  7. City and countryside of Mendoza.- Two steps from the Andes mountain range, the city of Mendoza has become one of the most sought-after options by travelers. And that’s what the Internet recognizes since it appears in 75% of the listings about the country’s top destinations.
  8. The dream landscapes of Bariloche.- Patagonia in its purest state and all the services and offers of a large city. On the shores of the spectacular Nahuel Huapi Lake, the town of Bariloche, considered the capital of adventure sports in Argentina, is an ideal holiday center throughout the year.
  9. The Seven Lakes.- The Route of the Seven Lakes unites three traveling myths: The Andes; Patagonia and Ruta 40. During 107 kilometers, the old R234 (now incorporated to the 40) crosses some of the most incredible landscapes of the Argentine Patagonia.
  10. Tradition and history in Córdoba.- The city of Córdoba is one of the oldest cities in Latin America, and it shows in its streets and squares. The strong point of the second most populated city in Argentina is its history, which is felt in places like its historic center, where its spectacular colonial cathedral (16th century), the Cabildo and the secluded Paseo de Santa Teresa, one of the most outstanding luxury destinations Argentina and most beautiful streets of Argentina.

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This country seems to have been specially created to be an ideal tropical resort. Exotic nature, clean air, fantastic beaches, impressive diving, comfortable hotels, excellent spa, extremely polite staff.

And also some unique atmosphere, whimsically woven out of measured leisureliness, silence and many pleasant trifles that allow you to enjoy the fullness of being away from civilization.

The Maldives is a generous scattering of islands and coral reefs in the middle of the Indian Ocean to the west of Sri Lanka. Because of its closeness to the equator, the temperature is stable all the year round 28-32° С. The ocean is hot, almost at any season comfortable for swimming and practicing sea sports. Around the islands is vibrant and diverse marine life, the observation of which is an essential element of the resort appeal of the country.

For the Maldives for objective reasons, almost wholly missing any production, which makes luxury destinations Maldives one of the most environmentally friendly places on earth. The basis of the economy is tourism. The hospitality industry is developing very dynamically, which allowed the country in a short time to become the most famous tourist destinations in the world.

Today, about one-fifth of the country is developed for tourist purposes, but this amounts to more than 200 resorts of 3-5 stars level. Practically everywhere the principle “one island – one hotel” operates. Therefore, even a traveler inveterate life is not enough to rest in each one at least once.

In general, with activity on the water here everything is in order: snorkeling on the home reef – for beginners, snorkeling safari on remote beaches – for advanced, dangerous diving, boat trip with a glass bottom, “hunting” for dolphins, night fishing, daytime fishing fishing for large fish and much more.

There is also a picnic on the uninhabited island, an excursion to Male (in the Maldives holiday destinations this pleasure is not available to everyone), a seaport on a seaplane, master classes on cocktail preparation, excellent evening music programs, karaoke, and next morning after an active day – a premium breakfast with champagne. In general, with the food here everything is fine. The island has eight restaurants, and three bars, and guests can choose any meal- from half board to premium All-Inclusive Dine Around.

In between snorkeling, a regular beach rest and a variety of master classes, you should look into the spa to pamper yourself with the Maldivian sand massage in combination with the original aromatherapy.

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Italy is an unusual country. Each traveler will find in it something interesting for himself. Stunning monuments, exotic beauty of the landscape, amazing Italian cuisine will leave a lasting impression in any visiting season.

And most importantly, amazing people live in the country, famous for their hospitality. The approaching Christmas makes them even more open and welcoming. Therefore, visiting Italy in winter, especially during the holidays, will allow tourists to feel all its originality and cordiality.

Blue sea, friendly people, culture, good food, exciting cities, and landscapes make Italy a popular holiday destination. If you need more reasons why your next trip has to go to Italy, we have some here for you

  1. The climate

Since luxury destinations in Italy has both mountainous and pronounced coastal regions, the weather is correspondingly varied and can spend both a lovely winter holiday, but of course especially great summer holidays here. The Mediterranean climate is considered particularly healthy, also thanks to the salty sea air. Of course, the temperatures vary slightly between north and south, but on average it rarely gets colder than 4-5 degrees, even in winter.

  1. The sea

Who thinks of Italy, thinks of the Adriatic, but Italy is also on the Mediterranean and the Ionian Sea. One finds in many new coastal sections with rocks and forests, but also beautiful long sandy beaches with bright sand. The beaches invite to long walks and sunbathing – pure relaxation.

  1. The culture

Due to the long history of Italy, anyone who is interested will get their money’s worth. You can stalk in the footsteps of the Romans, visit many beautiful museums and admire the monuments. The national libraries of Florence, Rome, and Naples are unique.

  1. Cities and landscapes

Rome, the Eternal City, with St. Peter’s Basilica and the famous old town is on the plan for many. If you do not want to devote the night in a hotel, you can look for a cozy holiday apartment from the great offer. If you are still gazing for the perfect holiday accommodation in Italy, you will find what you are looking for with our hotel search.

Naples is to Rome and Milan- the most populous city, beautifully situated on the Gulf of Naples. Anyone interested in fashion, for example, will be comfortable in Milan. A visit to Florence, in the footsteps of the Medici, combined with a romantic stroll through the city, is not just something for lovers of the new. In the southeastern part of Italy, in Puglia, there is an impressive coastal landscape. This area thrives on the cultivation of almonds, olives, and wine. From a cottage, you can explore the city.

  1. The food

Pizza, pasta, and co. – The luxury destinations Italy are known best for their excellent food and hospitality. If the day usually begins with a light breakfast, you can enjoy pasta with side dishes such as meat, fish, seafood, and a 3-course dinner in the evening. And gelato is a duty anyway during the Italy holiday.

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Have you always thought of taking a trip to Indonesia? Why not do it with your other half and go there for your honeymoon? For a tour in Indonesia, you will be spoiled for choice.

However, Bali remains one of the best destinations, and especially if you go for a wedding night.

A honeymoon in Bali

If for your honeymoon you have chosen to travel to Indonesia, Bali is your best international honeymoon package.

It is a magical place ideally located between the islands of Java and Lombok. Whether for a leisure trip, discovery or business, it will provide you all the pleasure you are looking for. And of course, a honeymoon in Bali will be magical and surely unforgettable.

The city has a beautiful landscape and a peaceful atmosphere for a successful honeymoon indeed.

Bali is not just an island between the sky and the water; it’s a culturally and artistically rich island. What makes, among other things, the wealth of the island is its culture and its age-old art. Wood or metal sculptures, paintings, furniture, jewelry and other Balinese art objects are sold all over the world as they have been worked and reworked by Balinese artisans and their know-how passed down from generation to generation for centuries. Each artisan masters his art perfectly and each village, each region has its specialty.

Comfort and gastronomy

For several decades, Bali has experienced a tourist expansion and has quickly adapted to it. We now find hotels, restaurants, and villas with comfort more than suited to Western expectations at unbeatable prices. From all over Indonesia, Bali honeymoon packages from India offers the most charming accommodations and the most gourmet restaurants! Sumptuous villas in natural and noble materials, open on the sea or nestled in the jungle, old Javanese bungalows decorated with precious pieces, bathrooms in Bali stones. All the wildest dreams can be filled in this respect.

Breathtaking landscapes

Bali is carved in such a way that it has a multitude of views ranging from the paradisiacal beach to the arid volcanic mountain. Add to that lush tropical vegetation, from the primary forest where macaques rush, fabulous rice terraces, beaches with white sand, blond, black, gray or pebbles and majestic coral reefs, and you will understand why Bali to a status of a paradise island.

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Greece – one of the most multifaceted countries of the Mediterranean and indeed the whole of Europe. It seems to be so small, but regarding recreation options, it combines almost everything you can desire: chic beaches, delicious, healthy cuisine, bright, warm sun, rich culture and an exciting story. In Greece, the diversity of the islands is fantastic. You can study and grab best family holiday packages easily!

If you are planning your holiday, and do not know where to spend it, be sure to pay attention to this unique country, the possibilities for an unforgettable stay here are endless. The favorable climate of the Mediterranean, the chic sandy beaches and the clear waters of the three seas make it possible to sunbathe and swim for six months a year. It’s hard to believe, but in one of the southernmost countries of Europe, there are first-class ski resorts where you can practice winter sports from the middle of December until the very end of March.

The nature of Greece is fascinating; there are mountains and plains, seas and picturesque rivers, centuries-old pine forests and unique olive groves. Such a variety of flora and fauna in Europe is almost nowhere to be found. Also, it is one of the few ecologically favorable regions of the world, and UNESCO recognizes the water area of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas in the coastal areas of Greece as perhaps the cleanest in Europe.

For those who like the beaches and the sea, the island part of the country or the resorts of Sithonia are suitable. Fans of outdoor activities are recommended to dive in Crete (in the areas of Skinaria, Panormo, and Samaria) and Santorini, rafting, hiking, windsurfing (Naxos Island, Paros, Mykonos, Rhodes, Ios, Crete or Lefkada) or yachting.

If you prefer loud parties and merry companies, go to the peninsula of Kassandra, and any sights (museums, monasteries, excavations, etc.) in Greece, even a dime a dozen.

When should you go?

In winter – if you are a skiing fan and are not averse to “travel” a couple of local routes. Or to make it to the carnivals in the cities of Kastoria or Patras. The first is celebrated within three days after Christmas; the second lasts a whole month (the start is in the middle of January).

Spring is an ideal time for a sightseeing vacation: the air still does not have time to heat up to maximum temperatures, everything is blooming and fragrant, and the mood is for walks. Besides, in March, Greece celebrates Independence Day – with noisy celebrations, parades, and other attributes.

From May to June – the optimal time to book a Greece vacation package for a beach holiday. In these months it is already hot enough (+ 26-28 degrees), and the sea is excellent for swimming. Chalkidiki, Rhodes, Corfu, Crete – there is something to choose from. But the second half of the summer is better spent in the north of the country or on the island of Corfu – where the proximity of the sea will soften forty-degree heat. And do not have to be bored: from mid-July until autumn, Greece starts a wine festival, and the International Sailing Regatta is also held.

Book your personalized trip with Ghumakard and enjoy a perfectly luxurious vacation and honeymoon.

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You can choose to visit Australia for a thousand reasons: for its local culture, the aboriginal one, which in recent years has conquered a beautiful slice of tourism, for its beautiful cities that with their modernity represent a beautiful reality of our times, for its people, primarily formed by bright young and dynamic lovers of outdoor life and sport. But indeed the fascinating aspect of this beautiful country is undoubtedly the naturalistic one.

It seems that Australia is equally far from any part of the world. And the more surprising is the fact that this country is considered one of the most popular destinations for budget travelers. Far does not always mean expensive, so we found several reasons why you should visit Australia holiday destinations.

Great Barrier Reef

In Australia, there is one of the most famous reef systems in the world, in which most of the known marine animals live. One of the best dive locations around the globe is The Great Barrier Reef. Here you can see various turtles, the most exotic sharks, small bright fish and, of course, incredible beauty corals. Traditionally, travelers travel to the Reef from Cairns, but you will see much more interesting if you leave Port Douglas.

Sydney

In addition to the world-famous opera, Sydney has a stunning harbor, many huge bridges, cozy parks, fantastic surfing opportunities and terrific, delicious food. It does not matter whether you visit Manly Beach or stay in Bondi, you will get great pleasure in any case. In Darling harbor, you will find many quality restaurants and lots of entertainment for every taste. And in search of leisure for the night is better to look into the area of King Cross.

Uluru

Uluru is a giant round stone. And if it seems to you that a thing with such a description cannot be interesting, you are mistaken. The surface resembles a waveform but differs in a reddish-orange color due to the increased iron content. Such an unusual form has been formed over thousands of years due to the wind. Many residents refer to this place as sacred, so when visiting, remain polite and correct.

B-B-Q

Australians know a lot about many things, and barbecue is one of those that is worth trying in Australia. To meat, or slightly to the process itself is very serious, even have their traditions, and specially designated areas for frying beef (they can be found in almost every park). Just imagine a warm summer night, a few glasses of beer or wine and excellent meat. Is there anything else I need to fall in love with this country?

Wine

Several luxury destinations in Australia are famous for their vineyards – the Margaret Valley (near Perth), the Barossa Valley (near Adelaide) and the Hunter Valley (near Sydney). And this is not all wine that is worth trying in Australia. Take a closer look primarily to the varieties Shiraz and Pinot Noir. You can book a tour of the vineyards with a separate trip, you can go to an excellent wine boutique and order a tasting, and after drinking a bottle, you especially liked in one of the city parks.

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