Things to do in Budapest

Budapest is a favourite tourists’ haunt. There is a lot to see and do in this historic city. Savour the local cuisine, take a dip in one of the city’s famous baths, check out some of the cool shops featuring local designs, or just sit and people-watch at one of the great downtown cafés. Your travel agency will be able to guide you on your Budapest tour. Here are some of the things you must do while visiting Budapest.

BudapestVisit Széchenyi Baths

A visit to the thermal baths, one of the last leftovers of the Turkish control in Hungary, is an ideal Budapest experience. Don’t miss the grandiose Széchenyi Baths. The best time to visit these thermal baths is early morning or just before sunset.

Take a Danube River Cruise

Budapest is simply breathtaking at night as the buildings lining the banks of the Danube sparkle and reflect on the dark waters. Take a Danube River sightseeing cruise at night. It will be a memorable experience. You also get to learn interesting facts about the history of Budapest. You can take buffet-style romantic dinner cruises or one-hour cruises.

Walk Across the Chain Bridge

The Chain Bridge completed in 1849 was considered as one of the wonders of the world at that time. It is a magnificent sight when the bridge is lit up in the evening. Take a stroll across the bridge in the evening to soak in its beauty.

Go Hungarian Wine Tasting

Wine tasting in Budapest is yet another activity you should not miss. The wine cellars here have a relaxed and romantic setting. You can learn a lot about the Hungarian wine, too.

Sneak Around the Labyrinth of Buda Castle

The Labyrinth of Buda Castle is one of the 7 wonders of the underground world and adding to its mystery and allure it was closed down in 2011 after a police raid. It has reopened, and you can visit 1 mile of the 6 mile long labyrinth.

Take a Segway Tour of Budapest

There is no need for you to have any former experience operating a segway. You can see all the major attractions and get to know the city better on a segway. There will be plenty of photo opportunities along the way, too.

Shop at the Central Market Hall

The Central Market Hall built in the 19th century is a large indoor market. You can buy all the typical Hungarian products here. The food hall is on the first floor where you get to buy anything from Hungarian sausages to vegetables and Hungarian wines. You will find vendors selling wares like traditional Hungarian embroidery and souvenirs on the second floor.

Indulge on Pastries

Budapest is full of cafes, where you get to eat truffles, fresh pastries, and coffee concoctions. With antique furniture and tools of the old confectionery trade in the glass curio cabinets the decor is charming, too.

Ask your travel agency to incorporate all these places in your travel itinerary.

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Travelling Tips to Menorca

When you are talking about the beaches in Menorca just about every tourist brochure line is actually true. They are idyllic and unspoilt with turquoise water and glistening sand. Truly a paradise on earth!

Travelling Tips to MenorcaFor years the island has been silently encouraging tourism. For activities such as walking, cycling or riding its gentle landscapes are ideal.

Scattered across the countryside are stone monuments dating back thousands of years. They are just perfect for a hiking holiday.

For the perfectionists a visit to the tiny Cala Binidali is a must. Its natural beauty is breathtaking. Families will enjoy Cala Binibequer in the south coast.

The best time to visit Menorca

Though the tourist season starts in May and ends in October, the islands are beautiful in early spring. You can also see the beautiful almond blossoms if you visit the place in spring. The place receives a lot of sunlight. But if you visit in late autumn be prepared for some rains.

Activities you should not miss

Menorca’s beaches are famous. You can go for swimming, kayaking, diving, sailing, or paddleboarding. On the land you can go for cycling on the countryside or hiking. Also, you can just stroll around the well-designed towns of Mahón and Ciutadella at opposite ends of the island, and then relax at a harbourside table to devour a seafood platter.

Know before you go

During the winter months — from November to March — a lot of places are closed. Mid-July to mid-September is the peak season, but it will be expensive. The prices will drop either before or after these dates.

For exploring the island cycling is a good option as Menorca is largely flat.

A drink you should not miss

The Menorcan gin with lots of ice and lemonade called pomade is truly refreshing. Do try it out.

When making phone calls…

Local prefixes must be used when making phone calls throughout Spain. Wherever you are in the islands you have to dial the Balearics prefix 971.

Tourist offices

Airport: Arrivals hall; 00 34 971 157115

Ciutadella Harbour: 00 34 971 380927

Mahón: Plaça Constitució 22; 00 34 971 363790

Tourism websites: illesbalears.es; menorca.es; balearsculturaltour.es

Ciutadella: Plaça des Born (town hall); 00 34 971 484155

Currency: Euro

Emergency services: 112

Phone code: 0034

Local laws and etiquette

  • Carry your passport, and show your passport when paying by credit or debit card
  • You must have two reflective bibs, two warning triangles, spare headlamp bulbs, and a spare tyre if you are driving. Children below the age of 12 are allowed only in the front seat and must wear safety belts.
  • People don’t share tables in eateries, including fast-food joints.
  • When you are introduced to someone by friends they will greet you by kissing on both cheeks.
  • Lunch and dinners usually start a little late. While lunch hours are from 2 pm, dinner starts from 9 pm (which is quite early). Dinner usually starts by 10 pm. However, you can eat any time in resorts.

 

 

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Things to do in Guatemala City

Guatemala offers a diverse range of activities. From the must-see, world-famous archaeological wonders of the Maya, to its unspoiled jungle reserves, never-ending hiking opportunities, and a mix of colonial towns, modern cities, and tiny villages, Guatemala is a tourist’s paradise. And the best part is it’s satisfyingly inexpensive, too.Guatemala

Here are few things you must certainly do if you get a chance to visit Guatemala.

Enjoy colonial Antigua

Antigua doesn’t have splendid architectural wonders, but its colonial charm with cobblestoned streets provides a perfect laid-back atmosphere for its visitors. There are many busy street markets, cheap restaurants, bars, welcoming plazas, and fancy dessert places. And the views are breathtaking. For the shopaholics there are charming souvenir shops to indulge in some retail therapy.

Owing to its colonial heritage Antigua Streets in Guatemala are very pretty. That is one of the reasons why tourists visit Antigua instead of the capital. For the adventurous, there are Volcano hikes, which are arranged by most hotels.

Visit Lake Atitlan

It may look tranquil, but it’s a party town. To go to any lakeside villages you can take boat trips. Each village has its own different native cultural heritage. To experience the non-colonial culture of the Maya, who still populate the region, a visit to these villages are a must. The more athletic visitors to Atitlán can explore the mountains. You can take all sorts of hikes, or lighter walks, and trekking up the mountains to catch the sunrise.

Explore the ancient Mayan ruins

A visit to the lost Mayan city is an out of the world experience. Discovering the lost civilizations of the ancient Maya is something you should not miss. Here you will find millennia-old abandoned pyramids adorned by intricate carvings. Tikal is one of the most widespread Mayan cities ever discovered in the world. You can spend all day here, discovering ancient monuments.

Admire the natural wonders of Semuc Champey

Semuc Champey set deep in the jungle in what seems to be the middle of nowhere is a huge natural limestone formation. You can go for hiking trails. You will find guided tours and easy transportation, to take you through the park. If you really want to get away from civilization you can even stay inside the park itself in one of the lodges. If you like swimming, you can take a tour to the Kan’Ba caves, a vast maze where you’ll swim along an underground river.

Immerse yourself in traditional culture

This is yet another highlight of visiting Guatemala. You’ll see people dressed up in traditional outfits selling souvenirs in many countries. But in the highland towns in the west of Guatemala, even teenagers are dressed in the traditional outfit known as a huipil.  It existed before the arrival of the Europeans and is common throughout parts of Mexico and Central America.

Lake Izabal

Lake Izabal is a massive lake where you can in fact swim. Here you will find a river cutting right through a perpendicular rock canyon, a Spanish castle, riverside eco-lodges, warm spring waterfalls… Isn’t that enough reason to visit?

Visit the mountaineer’s paradise of Xela

People can have all sorts of outdoorsy fun here. You can also visit the Municipal Theater, and even see a play. Xela, also known as Quetzaltenango, is a perfect base for mountain trips or volcano hikes. The city is the second largest in Guatemala, and is modern and lively.

Enter the jungle

Guatemala is covered by unspoiled wilderness. Massive jungle reserves remain intact although deforestation is a continual problem. For instance, Tikal is surrounded by jungle, and filled with wildlife. Many other Mayan sites are likewise concealed away, enclosed in forest.

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Wonderful Places to Spend New Year’s Eve 2017

It’s worth to make the festivities memorable on New Year’s Eve because it comes only once a year. But which is the best place to ring in the New Year?

Many cities offer a wide variety of New Year’s Day activities so you can have fun even after the New Year’s Eve.

Here is a low-down on some of the best cities in the world to spend New Year’s Eve 2017.

NEW YORK CITY

Few other cities can rival New York City’s buzzing atmosphere. For the very reason millions of people gather in Times Square to see famous musicians and the ball drop, in which a crystal ball that is 12-foot-wide and weighing nearly 12,000 pounds descends atop on Times Square. If you want to avoid the crowd, book a reservation at one of the bars or restaurants, from where you can see the Times Square. To enjoy the best views of the midnight fireworks take a boat ride on New York Harbour.

RIO DE JANEIRO

The world’s wildest New Year’s Eve party happens on the Iconic Copacabana Beach. This unique Brazilian celebration known as Réveillon is a mix of traditional, superstitious and religious beliefs. Large stages will be erected on the ocean front where live music performances will be held. You can shake a leg with samba dancers and also enjoy the colourful fireworks.

SYDNEY

The largest fireworks display in the world is put up at Sydney.  The fireworks against Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House backdrop are indeed breathtaking. The waterfront show is attended by more than a million people, which also includes a water and air show featuring aerial acrobatics.

LONDON

Londoners ring in the New Year to the chiming of Big Ben at midnight. To see the stunning fireworks display and lightshow thousands of people gather on the banks of the Thames and its many bridges. The streets of central London will see a parade on New Year’s Day. There will be marching bands, a march of the Queen’s horses, colourful floats, and costumed dancers.

LAS VEGAS

The party capital is visited by more than 250,000 revellers on New Year’s Eve. With pyrotechnic displays, laser shows and live bands, the Las Vegas Strip transforms into a giant street party. The city also hosts an incredible number of parties in hotels, clubs, and casinos, concerts, and shows.

WALT DISNEY WORLD

For the family crowd the best place to ring in the New Year is the Disney’s Magic Kingdom — Walt Disney World. It’s packed with fun activities all day long and is open until 1 am. There are dance parties, Cirque du Soleil performances, live entertainers, and more culminating in midnight fireworks show. There will be laser shows, Jingle Jungle Parade, just before midnight.

BANGKOK

The Central World Square is where all the action happens on New Year’s Eve. Thousands of people gather here to witness live concerts, video screens projecting celebrations from around the world as well as stunning light shows. The riverside gets illuminated at midnight with a series of fireworks displays.

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Visit World’s Craziest Party Towns

If you are a party animal, you will be longing to party while on a vacation. There are some fantastic party destinations around the world to party like crazy.

Party TownHere is a list of some of Craziest Party Towns around the gold. So put on your dancing shoes and go wild!

New Orleans, USA

New Orleans, the largest city in the United States, is a party hotspot. It has a multilingual heritage and is famous for its music, cuisine and annual festivals. While in New Orleans, don’t miss The Bourbon Street and try the city’s signature rum drink Hurricane. Another interesting fact is that it is legal to drink on the street, as long as it is in a plastic cup!

Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza is known as the World’s Party Capital. Privilege, the largest club in the world, is in Ibiza. On this hopping island the night parties go on till 6 am. In case you are in it for the long haul most clubs stay open as late as 8 am. To prepare for the long night ahead seasoned clubbers in Ibiza usually take naps early evening.

Las Vegas, USA

The list is not complete without Las Vegas, the Sin City. You’ve all heard the famous term, “what happens in Vegas…” and the legends are true. Its vibrant nightlife and uncompromising party atmosphere is unparalleled. Whether it is clubbing on the strip or throwing dice at a casino, the possibilities are endless.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

You can party on the beach, day and night. Beautiful women, sprawling beaches, and parties 24/7 are what this Brazilian city is all about. No wonder it is called The Marvellous City! In this city the party aura is overwhelming and you will feel it in all of your senses. The waterfront comes alive after midnight, with disco clubs and samba beats.

New York, USA

The city that never sleeps, New York, has endless energy all day and night. Here you will get the best of the best in nightlife, restaurants, music, and more. Its streets are continuously humming with activity. Not only that. Its cultural extremes and romantic grandeur are unmatchable.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

At Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam’s famed party district, most of the dance clubs open only at midnight! You will find an eclectic mix of people here from high-society socialites to flamboyant drag queens, and tourists who are looking to have a crazy night out.

Berlin, Germany

Berlin has the most liberal and diverse nightlife in Europe. You will find techo, rock, and alternative clubs, which are open all night. To indulge a more open-minded crowd, Germany’s capital city is also home to all kinds of fetish clubs. The hotspots are endless in this party city.

Manchester, UK

The city sees more than 1 lakh weekend visitors on a typical weekend evening. The city is known for its dedication to live music and bands. If you love dancing, check out the tons of techno and hip-hop based venues in the city.

If your next trip is to any of these party hotspots, your travel agency will be able to arrange visa and passport services.

 

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10 Must See Places in Barcelona

Millions of tourists visit Barcelona every year. It is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations with a lot of fascinating places to visit. A buzzing nightlife, favourable weather conditions, beautiful mountains, attractive beaches and exotic local cuisine make Barcelona a favourite tourist haunt. If a travel agency is planning your tour package ask them to include these must-see places in the itinerary.

BarcelonaSagrada Familia

One of the most popular attractions in Barcelona is La Sagrada Familia. Designed by Antoni Gaudi in the late 1800s it is a large and complex basilica. The religious symbolism built into all the spaces of the church and the exquisite design elements are mind-blowing. La Sagrada Familia is a study in architecture and it’s worth a visit.

La Rambla

The busiest street in Barcelona is La Rambla, located just off Plaza Catalunya. It is popularly known as Las Ramblas, because it is not just one street but several different streets with a distinct feel. It is indeed a feast to the senses with the fabulous Boquería Market, restaurants serving delicious local cuisine, bars, and street performers.

Casa Mila

Designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, Casa Mila’s construction started in 1906 and was completed in 1910.  The alluring architectural creation doesn’t have one straight edge on the exterior The colourful building is considered Gaudi’s most eccentric creation. Not only its interior and exterior but even its roof has an incredible structure.

Barceloneta

Barceloneta is probably the most popular among Barcelona’s seven different beaches, and is closest to the city centre. It has a coastline stretching over 4.5 km. It has a beautiful walkway, which is quite popular with cyclists and joggers. During the summer months when the beach bars open up this beach is very crowded.

Parc Guell

Home to the famous Salamander sculpture, Parc Guëll is one of the most celebrated works of architect Antoni Gaudí and is certainly one of the most symbolic of Barcelona. Gaudi did much of the planning and landscape design in the area, which was originally meant to be a residential property. The land was later sold to the city of Barcelona and turned into a park. Gaudi has designed many buildings and structures in this park. And a walk through the park is indeed a magical experience.

Casa Batllo

Casa Batlló, a remodelled nineteenth century building, is Gaudi’s yet another masterpiece. Its exterior and interior is unique and look straight out of a fairytale. Like La Pedrera, and La Casa Batllo, Casa Batllo is equally stunning with its unique architecture and infamous ornamental pillars in the entrance to the terrace.

Font Magica

Located below the Palau Nacional on the Montjuïc hill, Font Màgica is a fountain, which was constructed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition. Its display of water, light and music is spectacular, and attracts hundreds of visitors. The illuminated Palau National provides a beautiful backdrop for the mesmerising fountain.

Montjuic

Montjuic is a broad shallow hill with a relatively flat top and gives a commanding view over the city’s harbour below.  Another interesting sight is the Palau Nacional (National Palace). The majestic building is home to the Museu Nacional d’Art. A number of sports facilities were build in Montjuïc for the 1992 Olympics.

Museu Picasso

The Museu Picasso in Barcelona’s La Ribera houses over 4,000 works by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. You get a glimpse of Picasso’s relationship with the city of Barcelona if you visit this museum. The museum is housed in five adjacent medieval palaces, which itself is a sight to behold.

Camp Nou

This is one of Barcelona’s most popular attractions and Europe’s largest sporting arena. Home to formidable European football champions F.C. Barcelona, it can accommodate almost 100,000 people. A tour of the ground is must for all sports fans.

A trip to Barcelona can be easily arranged by a travel agency. And most of these places will be included in their tour packages. They might even help you with passport services. All you need to do is relax and enjoy the trip!

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Top-Rated Tourist Places in Nebraska

Nebraska’s inviting cities and interesting natural attractions are often overlooked. Lincoln, the state capitol, and Omaha are indeed worth a visit. There are vibrant cultural scenes and many old historic areas that would delight tourists. For those who love to explore, Nebraska’s landscape holds some enthralling attractions. If a travel agency is managing your trip to Nebraska, ask them to include these attractions in the tour package.

NebraskaOmaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium

Zoos may not be the most exciting thing to see while visiting a foreign country. But the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Omaha is not your average zoo. It is home to the world’s largest indoor jungle, the largest indoor desert, and the largest aquarium and nocturnal exhibit! There is more. It also has an IMAX 3D theatre. The exhibits are mostly engaging and interactive. For instance, you can take a camel ride or touch stingrays! Can it get any more attractive!!

Old Market in Omaha

To shop and dine, the best place is the Old Market in Omaha. It has a quaint and historical feel with renovated old buildings and cobblestone streets from the early part of the 19th century. The restaurants, coffee shops and retail establishments are located in these attractive buildings. The Durham Museum and the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge is just walking distance from the Old Market.

Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland

This museum in Ashland is a must-visit for those who love aircraft and aviation technology. It is situated mid way between Omaha and Lincoln. It is spread over 300,000 square feet and showcases all kinds of spacecraft, airplanes, and special exhibits that change on a regular basis. You can watch seasonal astronomy shows at the planetarium located here, and even go for motion rides.

Chimney Rock National Historic Site

The Chimney Rock formation dates back to around 24 million years ago. In the early to mid-19th century this vivid rock spire was a renowned landmark. The region looks more or less the same even now. For fans of history it will be interesting to learn about the geology of the formation and the history of the Overland Trail.

Haymarket District in Lincoln

The Haymarket area is a fun place to visit at any time of year. It has restored historical buildings, brick streets, great restaurants, and a lively atmosphere. The sightseeing attractions are the town clock and the restored water tower.

Scotts Bluff National Monument

This is a magnificent natural structure, which was used as a landmark by travellers making their way west on the Oregon, Mormon, and California Trails. Over the years many improvements have been made to the area. There are three tunnels and to reach them you have to travel through a winding road. There are great viewpoints and beautiful countryside to see if you are game for a hike.

Carhenge

Carhenge is constructed with automobiles. On the grasslands you will find 39 cars arranged in different positions. It is indeed a fascinating view. There are a number of other unique works on site. And the entry is free.

Ask your travel agency to include all these attractions in the tour package. They will also be able to offer you visa services. What are you waiting for?

 

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10 Tourist Attractions to Visit in Wayanad

Wayanad is located in midst of tea plantations in god’s own country – Kerala. A trekker’s paradise with scenic views along the path. Grab your trekking shoes, bottles of water, energy bars and a cheerful attitude to enjoy this awesome place. Use guide services, while visiting historic places and these sites are best for the young- who love walking.

Chembrapeak: Get ready for a breath- taking short trek to this mountain leading to the heart shaped lake. It takes 3-4 hours to scale the 5km trek(up and down).The path to the peak is filled with scenic beauty, grab your trekking shoes and carry water bottles and energy bars to enjoy this journey atop the tea plantation. You could hire a jeep to get to the foot hills and there after the footpath leads to the peak, where you could view the entire Wayanad.

Edakkal caves: These caves are located on top of 30minutes trek to this steep Mountain,that hold the rock carvings. It’s advisable to take the guide services to fully understand the beauty of the artwork. Avoid carrying huge bags for the steep climb. The rock stuck between two mountains is an interesting view. The engravings are wow with the small crevices at the end of each rock carving, adding to the antique beauty of this place. Overall it’s a friendly trekking experience, try bamboo rice payasam on your way back.

Kuruvadweep: The KuruvadeepIsland is located at PaalVelecham, Kalpetta. The island is very clean and litter free maintained by a group of dedicated officials. The river Kabini runs around the main island and it is closer to one of the water inlet. Reach the island on a 30 second bamboo raft ride with ropes to pull the raft. Tree houses are available in the island for rent. Just savor being close to nature from January to June, it’sopen. Take a bath in the river and just relax.

Thirunelli Temple: An ancient temple dedicated to LordMaha Vishnu on the side of Brahmagiri hill in Kerala. The temple is located in North Wayanad in a valley surrounded by Kambamala, Karimala and the Varadigapeaks and forests. This temple encompasses classic Kerala architecture.A ritual dip in its crystal clear waters is believed to wash away one’s worldly sins. It was a pilgrim center and important town while the Tamil Chera kings ruled in 962–1019CE.

Soochippara falls: Trek and reach this huge waterfalls, take an extra pair of clothes and towels to enjoy a bath. Gets crowded during weekends. Stunning view enroute and slippery rocky surface make it a challenging expedition, completing with the bath in the needle pricking (Soochi– needle) waters.

Lakkidi view point: This point above the mountain makes you feel you are travelling with the mist and fog, scenic views and places to take the best pictures. A word of caution, monkeys on the way – may try to snatch your food stuff. But if you wish to feed the monkeys, they don’t mind. Be there to see the surreal view from the top of this point.

BanasuraSagar Dam: This is splendid place to visit at Vythiri. It’s the second largest earth dam; the view from here is pleasant. Lots of activities for kids are available in this area along with Boating services. Carry the sunscreen and enjoy the speed boat.

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary: Night Safari, Jeep rides, Wildlife on the way and Coffee Trail Resort best describes this place. You could spot elephant, bison, deer and peacocks on the way;also you could wish to venture the sanctuary during day or noon. A night safari to Thirunelli and Tholpetti is an adventure for your friends.

Kabini River: The sunrise and sunsets are scenic. Enjoy the bullock cart rides, take bird photographs and sink into the beauty of the flora and fauna of this place with friends and family.

Pazhassi Raja Tomb: A nice place for family outing with a small heritage museum of freedom fighters. Pazhassi Raja, the Lion of Kerela shows his valour during freedom struggle. Tombs adorn this place to make it the historic site to be visited.

Wayanad is litter and plastic free zone, so be aware to carry cloth bags and throw litter in dustbins. Also venture the treks early in the morning to enjoy the mild warmth of the sun. Happy Adventures at Wayanad to be explored by one and all.

 

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Best Things to do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas – a city of dreams, the entertainment and adventure galore, pickup your bikes and rucksack or just your wallet to get lucky at what you have long wanted to do.Best Things to do in Las Vegas

Mountain Biking: Enjoy your ride to the Vegas Valley- an outdoor playground, with heart pounding zest and technical routes. Take your mountain bike, wonder at gnarly mountain, ride to the apex and catapult downhill on a single track just at noon.

Casino:Las Vegas has the best casino in the world, get ready for the heart pounding experience, clutching the dice at the casino table or shuffling chips in the poker room,it’s one awesome experience well spent.

Gold strike Canyon:A famous hike to Colorado River to check your fear of heights, scrambling down and climbing back in the Canyon with fixed ropes anchored to massive boulders. The reward lies in the series of natural hot springs on the way to a stimulating river dip.

Lee’s Canyon: This Canyon is 445 acres of shreddable terrain get more than 200 inch of powder snow that keep skiers happy, also with 300 days of sunshine. With Bellagio Conservatory on one side, Las Vegas is also a place for winter sports, a paradise for skiers. For the people who like to groom their run – 30 trails and a terrain park with additional backcountry is available for advanced sports. Carry your mittens without fail.

Cliff Climbing: TheRock National Conservation Area, a scenic belt of desert, where you find fit people holding their bodyweight on their fingertips, clinging to terracotta cliffs. The famous Red Rock has more than 2000 climbing and bouldering routes to test your mettle at routes like Physical Graffiti and Big Bad Wolf.

Paddle at Colorado: Grab your paddles and go kayaking at the base of Hoover Dam through Black Canyon on the Colorado River. A 12 mile stretch that explores slot canyons, soak in hot springs and paddle through the exquisite Emerald Cave, back at your hotel to grab a drink.

Bootleg Canyon Mountain Bike Park: Grab your helmet and knee pad and get ready for the epic ride for 35 miles trails include low-key-cross-country and white-knuckle downhill that plummet 1000 feet from the top. Catch a cycle shuttle to the top and get ready for the heart pounding drop along the technical routes. Get to Champagne’s for vintage Vegas feel with a drink

Las Vegas Motor Speedway: Just get into the world’s sick race cars ranging from 700 horsepower LambhorginiAventador to Ferraris, Porsches and more for a nine turn track, 1.2 mile Motorway. Let the pro-driver terrorize you with drifting – a 295 foot pounds of torque whipping you and your driver through two laps of adrenalin gush.

Dig This: Where you can drive Caterpillar bulldozers and hydraulic excavators and get down real dirty digging the earth.

Vegas Pub Crawler: Just drink and cycle having a party on wheels with 15 seater steel conveyance travelling at 7 miles per hour from one waterhole to another at Las Vegas. The pub table and bicycle is an excitement on the move.

Las Vegas Segway: Keep moving like a professional on wheels experience.

Double Decker Bus of Las Vegas: Get into this double decker bus where impersonator like Elvis , Marlin and Sammy Davis Jr. are waiting for you.

We have aligned the best things to do at Las Vegas that frequent traveller to this place will venture. Get ready for the adrenalin hike and start Las Vegas Tour.

 

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Safety Travel Tips for Senior Citizens

Just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean you have to stop travelling. In fact, travel means more when you are older; you will be able to fully appreciate the new experiences you’re having because of a lifetime of knowledge.

However, you can’t travel the way you used to when you are older. You will have to work around physical limitations. To protect yourself and your belongings you should take a few precautions.

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Follow these safety travel tips.

Get Insurance

Older people are more at risk of falling and hurting themselves, and getting sick. So they need travel insurance more than anybody else if they don’t want their travel to get delayed or interrupted. This is especially important if they are travelling in a foreign country.

Don’t let people know your hotel room is empty

People assume that hotels are safe places, which is not true. Travellers, especially senior citizens, are often seen as easy targets, and they should do what they can to protect their belongings. Don’t put the “clean my room” sign on your hotel door. It is a clear sign that your hotel room is empty. You normally leave extra money, passports and travel documents in hotels rooms when you go sightseeing. So you don’t want these important things to get into wrong hands. Inform the front desk on the way out and ask them to send someone to clean the room.

Watch What You Eat

Older folks are frequently on restricted diets as they have more sensitive tummies. While away from home they would like to forget those facts, but doing so could have adverse effects. So don’t try to experiment with food while travelling or else you will be spending more time in your hotel room than sightseeing. What you can do is avoid too spicy, heavy or cheesy items.

Mind Your Meds

Senior travellers need to take as much care with their medications as they do with their passports and money. Don’t leave them lying in the open in your hotel room and don’t pack them in checked luggage. In case your flight back home is delayed you should have enough medicine to last you an extra day or two. Also, keep a list of essential medicines and their dosages in your purse so that if the need arise you can replace them.

Essential Medications for Travel

The fact that you can afford things you may not have been able to when you were younger is one of the perks about getting older. But you will be the target for thieves if you carry items like gold watches, expensive jewellery and fancy cameras. Because most thieves believe that older travellers are more unsteady on their feet and less aware of their surroundings. For your safety, leave the bling at home.

Keep Others in the Loop

Keep others apprised of your daily itinerary, including your hotel concierge or innkeeper, if you’re going to be travelling solo. Inform them when you will be back and stick to your schedule. Always carry a smartphone with you.

Stay Safe on Your Feet

In order to get through full days of walking and touring, wear comfortable shoes. To stay steady on your feet and for good balance it is always better to wear flats. If you wear heels you are at risk of falling or spraining an ankle.

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