Published on : Monday, May 30, 2016
For all the people around the world, who love to go on voyages that give rush, here is a list full of world’s five most-dangerous extreme sports. Choose the one that suits your kind of crazy and just go for it.
But, do not forget to get a life insurance first though. In this fast and furious world, everybody is running day and night towards a goal, to chase a dream. But how often people feel that they are running in a circle and they need to get out, need to breathe a little? Well, if you are feeling like fleeing your reality, if you want to rejuvenate; then this is the time for you to take that solo trip to somewhere you have never been to before. Here is a list of five places, which can help you to enjoy your solitude.
Amsterdam is one of the most liberal countries in the world. Here you can just rent a bike to explore canals, colored houses, Vondelpark, coffee shops, Blijburg etc. Here, you won’t be facing any language problem as they speak English as their second language. Although every hotels, restaurants and shops accept credit and debit cards, you still must carry some Euro in cash for small purchases. You can also get an IAmsterdam card, which will allow you the free access to museums, public transports and canal cruise. The best time to visit is during June to September.
What could be more rejuvenating than spending an entire holiday watching the breathtaking landscapes of Ireland! Dublin is placed in the Leinster province of the east coast in Ireland. You can visit various museums, and definitely the Guinness Storehouse to taste some beer. You can take DART (coastal train), public buses, and bike to visit the tourist attractions. When it comes to the hotels, they can give your pocket a jolt but, if you do not stay near the famous attractions, you’ll be able to find some pocket friendly hotel. The most important tip for you is, do not forget to try all the exotic cuisine.
Kenya’s Masai Mara will take you right into the lap of the nature. The vast grassland is perfect for those travellers who want to connect with the Mother Nature. One can stay in an Eco luxury tent, right under the sky and can interact with others while dining together. You can also enjoy bonfire over drinks, right after dinner. IT would be best for you to visit within June to October. During that period, one can witness the great migration of hoards of wild animals. You can also go on jeep safaris to witness various phenomenon of the grassland.
Dubrovnik is a beautiful fortified city, curved around a miniature harbour, which as per Lord Byron can be termed as “The Pearl of the Adriatic.” The entire city is full of various ancient structures and it is without any highway or suburbs. Dubrovnik is not packed with tourists yet. Here, you can visit Montenegro, Bosnia, Herzegovina or you can board an island cruise and relax beside the Dalmatian coastline. One can also take rock climbing or hiking trip to feel little more alive. It would be best for you to stay somewhere near the city centre, if you want to broaden your horizon by socializing.
The tiny Buddhist country of Bhutan is right in the lap of the Himalayas. This country combines nature with rich culture. One can visit various fortresses, monasteries, nature reserves, national parks etc. You can see the ancient ruin of Drukgyel Dzong, Bumdeling wildlife sanctuary, various Dzongs, Jigme Dorji National park, Tamzhing Monastery etc. If you are lucky enough to visit Bhutan in proper time, you’ll be able to witness the Mask dance of the drums from Drametse. But in order to visit Bhutan, you need to pre-book your trip. Although their national language is Dzongkha, you must not have any problem to communicate, as you will be escorted by a personal tour guide here.
Now go ahead and have fun. But do not forget to keep your eyes open, always.
Tags: Amsterdam, Asia, Bhutan, Croatia, Dublin, dubrovnik, europe, ireland, kenya, masai mara, Solo traveller