The Five Most Popular locations for Kitesurfing

Kitesurfing is an extreme sport that has been getting a lot of emphasis in the last few decades. With the number of people taking up the sport of kitesurfing as a hobby, there is also a rush all over the world to find out the best destinations for it. The five places listed below are some of the best for kite surfers, whether they are experts, intermediates, or just plain rookies. Not only are these places some of the best on the planet to practice your kitesurfing, they are also amongst the most apt places to try out those new moves that you have wanted to try out for so long. These places are also amongst some of the best destinations as beaches, and are seen as great locations to have a fun day. Continue reading “The Five Most Popular locations for Kitesurfing” »

Sneaky Surf Spots In The U.S.

When it comes to surfing in the United States, the top spots are well known. States like Florida and North Carolina are appreciated for certain beaches with ideal surf, and you don’t even have to have an interest in the sport to have heard that Hawaii and California are hot spots for it. The U.S. is a very large country though, with a terrific variety of coastal destinations. As such, it also has some pretty great surf destinations that aren’t necessarily on everybody’s radar. We’re taking a look at four of them below. Continue reading “Sneaky Surf Spots In The U.S.” »

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Kuala Lumpur?

Malaysia is an attractive tourist destination. People from all over the world flock to this energetic city for its high quality of life, available at a very reasonable price. The government also encourages tourists to come and live to add as an advantage to its financial and commercial sector. The fixed income group of retired people from other countries can go a long way to sustain a luxurious lifestyle in this exotic country. At the same time KL, the capital of this country has a huge population of expats working and living in the city. Continue reading “How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Kuala Lumpur?” »

Masai Mara Safari

Just 390km from Nairobi lies this vast rolling plain, beneath the Mara escarpment. Once a year, it is striped black by millions of wildebeest and zebra migrating north from the Serengeti plains. Continue reading “Masai Mara Safari” »

5 Campsites You Must Visit in Europe

Camping is the perfect way to get away from just about it all. With thousands of campsites across Europe you’re definitely spoilt for choice. If you don’t know where to start, here are five great campsites we believe you must visit in your lifetime right in the heart of Europe. Continue reading “5 Campsites You Must Visit in Europe” »

Everest Base Camp Trek

Moun Everest, which towers above Khumbu (one of the three sub regions of the main Sherpa settlement of the Himalayas) at over 29,000 feet, is considered as the toughest challenge and adventure on this planet. Everest base camp trek starts from Lukla to the vast glaciers and the sharp ridgelines of the Himalayas in and around the Everest. Continue reading “Everest Base Camp Trek” »

Hiking in Luxembourg

A relaxing stroll, curious exploring, wandering through nature, powerful marching; Luxembourg has the perfect hiking trail for every pace, every age and every difficulty level. Like a thin spider web, hiking trails and circular routes are spread throughout the Grand Duchy. Continue reading “Hiking in Luxembourg” »

Diving Blue Corner

Diving Blue is the most sought after dive site in the Pacific island nation of Palau. Blue Corner is an advanced dive marked by very strong and sudden currents and those with weak hearts are strictly advised not to engage in exploring Blue Corner. Moreover, these conditions at Diving Blue make this ridge that protrudes out into the open sea and drops down to thousands of feet, an ideal roaming ground for sharks. Continue reading “Diving Blue Corner” »

Kichwa Tembo Bateleur Camp

Kichwa Tembo is situated at the foot of the Oloololo Escarpment on the western border of the Masai Mara Reserve in southwestern Kenya. Meaning ‘Head of the Elephant’ in KiSwahili, Kichwa Tembo is located on a private concession leased from Maasai landlords in the exclusive western Mara – much less crowded than the eastern part of the Reserve. Continue reading “Kichwa Tembo Bateleur Camp” »