I am a dive instructor and had lived on tropical islands in Asia for 2.5 years when I decided that I would like to do my Yoga Teacher Training. I had a month between when my last contract ended and the start…
Gili Meno offer many dive sites to cater for novices and experienced divers alike. A large number of reefs have been exposed to dynamite fishing in the past and this has result in large patches of dead coral scattered throughout the area.…
About 7 Kilometers west from Vang Vieng, near the village of Ban Na is The Blue Lagoon and Tham Phu Kham cave. The road there is quite bumpy and meanders through rice paddies and impressive limestone-karsts.
The fort of Bhangarh, situated between Jaipur and Alwar in Rajasthan, is the only place in India that is legally haunted. While the main attraction and interest of this site is generated by its haunted status, it is also hosts a number of ruins and temples to visit.
I was all set on doing my yoga teacher training in India because, if you are going to learn something why not go directly to the source, right? So how did I end up doing it in Nepal? And what did I learn?
Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle is found within the three points marked by three historic capitals of the island: Kandy, Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa. A myriad of Buddhist Temples, Stupas, Ancient Monasteries and sculptures are found within this area.
Prayer flags are beautiful and calming to look at, they bring peace and prosperity to all around them. Prayers, mantras and symbols are printed on the flags so that they may be scattered about by the wind blowing through the flags. Here is some information on these beautiful pieces of cloth.
The Gibbon Experience is situated in the Nam Kan National park near Huay Xai, the capital of Bokeo province in Laos.
The Dambulla Cave Temple, also known as The Rock Temple of Dambulla, and Jumbukola Vihara is located about 76 kilometres northwest of Kandy. The area is vast and excellently preserved. Dambulla became the residence of Buddhist monks in the first century B.C.
Bangladesh is the home to the longest natural beach in the world – 125 kilometres to be exact! This beach is accessed via Cox Bazar, a popular tourist destination amongst Bangladeshis. Many visitors opt to travel to Saint Martin’s Island about 9 kilometres south from the Cox Bazar – Teknaf peninsula. Saint Martin’s Island is the only island in Bangladesh that is surrounded by coral.