Bhutan Tourism
The annual report of the Tourist Board of Bhutan presented statistical figures for 2011 and recorded the largest increase in foreign tourists. 64,028 tourists visited the Kingdom of Bhutan last…

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Rothenburg ob der Tauber - a city where Christmas never ends
Having stayed once for the night in the old fairy-tale town of Chesky-Krumlov, I realized that if you go to such towns for the sake of the atmosphere, you must…

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"Bon monastery and Great Himalayan reserve"
The first day of our expedition lasted forever ... The whole group gathered at the airport in New Delhi only by 5 in the morning. From the airport we immediately…

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Argentina. Iguazu Falls

At seventeen hours drive from Buenos Aires, on the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, are the majestic jungle. They were inhabited by Guarani – the indigenous Indians.

Reference. The indigenous people, namely the Guarani Indians still live in these places. Guarani is considered the ethnic community of Paraguay, where the second language is still Guarani, even the currency in Paraguay is called Guarani. Continue reading

Mongolia: Travel to the land of harmony. "Crying Camel"
In early March, an event takes place in Mongolia that many travelers and adventure lovers are waiting for. The festival of a thousand camels begins! This festival takes place in…

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Gangnam Style in South Korea
South Korea attracts tourists with its beautiful nature and ancient Buddhist temples, Confucian centers, cuisine and a very interesting culture. But many tourists, especially from Asian countries, visit South Korea…

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Monsoons in the Himalayas. Sikkim, India
Sikkim is the mountains that fascinate with their beauty, the sanctity of the monasteries, the places shrouded in peace and secrets, where legends and life intertwine with each other, forming…

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Temples of Cambodia: Sambir Prey Kook, the pre-Angkor capital
The enormous popularity of Angkor, which is actively advertised throughout the world by the authorities of Cambodia and the word of mouth of tourists, inevitably pushes the pre-Angkor period of…

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