Adobe among the mountains in dry arid lands, herding cattle and trading on camels, homes and granary carved around 12th Century in the wind hollows of yellow sandstone mountain, steep climbs to carry meger water, built by the Amazighs across north Africa on the upper lip of Sahara, is one of those towns in south … Continue reading Storybook town of Chenini, Tunisia
Boquete – A banquet amid the highlands of Panama
Panama, the only country I have been to that has everything - Ultra modern skyline, dense jungles, beaches, global trade, multi culture, deep rooted tribes and bad local food. Panama does not have a good local food scene, except fresh grilled fish with lime at few little coastal towns. Food was not the reason I … Continue reading Boquete – A banquet amid the highlands of Panama
Sighting Wild Orangutans in Borneo
Just a little bit over a 2 hours flight from Kuala Lumpur, plus a 45 minutes boat ride delivers a life time of an experience, of watching Orangutans in wild. Ironically, a close relative to Human Kind but on the brink of extinction because of their close relations with us unkind! There are very few … Continue reading Sighting Wild Orangutans in Borneo
Observing the walls of Sarajevo, Bosnia.
This modern day, in 21st century, I saw bullet holes, crevices, cavities, posters, flags, graffitis and paintings splattered on the walls of a modern metropolitan city that defined, we human beings have out grown ourselves; we have reached a point in our being that does not define our humanity. This was in 2018 and I … Continue reading Observing the walls of Sarajevo, Bosnia.
Island Hopping in Okavango
Remoteness, conservation and wilderness are 3 elements that defines Okavango Delta visit. It is extremely remote, lodges are severely conservation conscious and experiences are unfathomably wild; filled with encounters that you will never get anywhere in any organized African Safari. There is a difference between staying "By Okavango Delta" vs "In Okavango Delta" and I … Continue reading Island Hopping in Okavango
10 Days Self-Exploring Patagonia
Driving in Patagonia on Ruta 40 with hiking, wild life, food and landscape
Story Book Town of Dubrovnik
Except for finding a parking spot, you will not go wrong anywhere else in this town; situated in the southern most edge of Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, it's a 11th century walled city preserved to perfection; a port-of-call by many cruise ships and a prime Balkan destination for all other travelers. We hopped all around Balkans … Continue reading Story Book Town of Dubrovnik
3 Days in Cancun for Non-Beach Lovers!
Road trip to Chichen Itza, Tulum, Coba and Cenotes from Rivera Maya
Should Tarangire Be Part Of African Safari?
Tarangire is a small independent and detached national park system in the central plains of Tanzania in Manyara Region of northern Serengeti migration circuit; about 3 hour drive from Ngorongoro crater and 4 hours from Serengeti's southern entrance of Nabi Hill gate. It is famous for elephants, but there is more to Tarangire than elephants and … Continue reading Should Tarangire Be Part Of African Safari?
Midnight Eruption at Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica
Midnight eruption of Arenal volcano in Costa Rica with best hotel view and family travel with Top Things To Do in Arenal Volcano