Gulf Breeze Florida is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. It is a vibrant city in Santa Rosa County, Florida, just to the south of Pensacola Beach.

It is also in the Pensacola Metropolitan Area, which is in southern Florida. The population count was 6,716 as of 2020. Gulf Breeze lies between the cities of Pensacola Beach and Saint Petersburg.

Great Vacation Area

This area has lots to offer to anyone looking for an active vacation experience. There are lots of things to do in Gulf Breeze, especially for those looking for golfing fun.

The city is very proud of its golf courses, which cover some 3 hundred acres of golf courses that are part of the City of Gulf Breeze. For this reason, the city allows for street legal golf carts to travel on the roads making it even more convenient for golf fans. 

The beach is also ideal for water sports, which makes it the perfect place for a vacation getaway. It also has over a hundred rental homes and condos for people who want to stay near the beach.

Area Cities

Gulf Breeze Florida is about a three hour drive east of Saint Petersburg. It’s about two hours drive north of Gainesville, Florida and about an hour drive east of Tampa, Florida, making it a convenient vacation spot.

Pensacola is a close neighbor and a short drive away. Pensacola Beach is a popular tourist destination but is also famous for golfing. Many famous golfers have golf resorts here on their vacation. This makes it an excellent place for a relaxing day on the golf course or a good getaway while in Sarasota.

Dining & Hotel Experiences

This area is well known for its restaurants and other dining establishments. This makes it an ideal vacation spot for a group vacation or a romantic get away for two.

There are many hotels in Gulf Breeze Florida to accommodate your needs. These hotels offer various kinds of amenities that include air-conditioned rooms, indoor pools, gymnasiums, and many other options.


Gulf Breeze Florida is the ideal area for a great vacation getaway. There are many things to do in and around the city including golfing, dining, swimming, water sports, shopping, and many other fun activities.

Pensacola Beach offers many fun things to do in and around the area as well. Pensacola is one of the most famous beaches in Florida and is one of the main reasons for the growth of the area.…

I’m not exaggerating when I say that these are 20 of the best travel bloggers around. Every one of them is excellent in its own way. They’ve been featured on TV shows, radio shows, big blogs like CNN and Huffington Post, newspapers, magazines. They have written multiple books on their travels. They’re one-of-a-kind, and I couldn’t be more honored to share them with you!

1) Peter Greenberg

He’s been called “the Walter Cronkite of Travel” by none other than Conde Nast Traveller magazine. That says it all right there. Peter started his career anchoring NBC News’ Weekend Today in New York City at age 25 and then moved into a weekend anchor job at NBC News in Washington DC. These days he’s the Travel Editor of CBS News and a frequent guest host on CBS Sunday Morning and CBS This Morning.

What I admire most about Peter is that he has an incredible work ethic. He works nonstop yet remains very approachable for his fans and even his critics (like me). You can tell that he loves what he does because he lives it every day. That’s the quality all travel writers should have!

2) Steve Kamb

Believe it or not, Steve used to be obese at one point in life (he weighed over 300 pounds). However, he turned things around via exercise and nutrition, slimming down to 190 pounds, which helped him pursue his life’s dream of traveling the world.

Steve is easily one of my favorite travelers because he does things differently than everyone else. He was the first person to travel through all 193 countries in the world using only miles and points! The guy has logged over 1 million air miles since 2002, logging an average of 250,000 per year for nine years straight. Steve is also a multi-millionaire author whose book on points & miles is the best-selling finance title that Penguin Publishing ever put out! Oh yeah – and he also happens to be one of just three people who’ve summited Mount Kilimanjaro in shorts (that alone makes him cool).

3) Rick Steves

He’s been called “the Paul Revere of European travel.” Rick is a public broadcasting host who lives in Edmonds, Washington. Over the last 35 years, he’s hosted and produced more than 100 travel shows for PBS and Public Radio International, authored several bestselling books about European travel as well as a New York Times Bestseller, and published his op-ed column in major newspapers across America.

Rick has been an inspiration to me since I was 12-years old when I first started watching his TV show, which my family would watch every Sunday on our VCR before church. As you might know from reading this blog, Europe is one of my favorite places to visit (I’ve lived there three times), so Rick’s work means a lot to me personally, especially his passion for helping to protect Europe’s cultural heritage. In the spirit of that, Rick has helped pass more than 1,000 resolutions in local government bodies urging U.S. Congress and President Obama to take action preserving European heritage sites in Iraq and Syria under siege by ISIS as well as proposed cuts to funding for the U.S. State Department’s programs promoting similar causes around the world.

4) Nomadic Matt

Ever since my first trip to Southeast Asia, I’ve been fascinated by it… especially Thailand! So when I discovered Nomadic Matt a few years ago, he became one of my new favorite bloggers, who is also active on Twitter. He’s another one who breaks the mold of travel blogging because he doesn’t write about visiting tourist traps or luxury hotels. Instead, he writes about making money to fund long-term travel and simple living abroad while earning incredible rewards with credit card bonuses and miles & points. He’s been blogging since 2008 and runs a community website called The Points Guy, where he acts as the Chief Loyalty Officer (or CLO, get it?).

The best part about Matt is that he doesn’t follow anyone else’s rules on how to do things! Instead, he created his own game plan:

  • Visit low-cost countries where your currency goes further.
  • Maximize credit card rewards using signup bonuses, manufactured spending techniques, and other hacks (like this one ).
  • Keep overhead costs down by staying in budget hotel rooms or even couch surfing in some cases.

Of course, there are ways to do all of that travel hacking legally, but you have to know how to navigate the system, and I don’t think there’s anyone better in the game than Matt.

5) Nomadic Chick

Jen started traveling full-time after her divorce a few years ago. She writes about her experiences and gives tons of great advice on credit cards, travels rewards, and maintaining a healthy life while living out of hotels. I really like Jen because she provides more than just vague ideas on where to go – she shares exact addresses, contact info, and even tips on getting around, given the location. Another unique aspect of her site is that it includes video content that has been produced by some wonderful videographers she knows who are located all over the world.

6) Hitchhiker Heaven

Now, this is cool! This isn’t your typical travel blog: the idea came about after traveling to more than 80 countries in five years, hitchhiking, and working on cargo ships. The concept of the site is to provide encouragement for those looking to do something similar, as well as information about how it’s possible.

Not only does Sean provide tons of great advice on how to sign up for a sailing internship, but he also teaches you everything you need to know to obtain one (e.g., how much money you’ll need and where to get it; what happens at sea and what life is like living with other people from different countries).

7) Frugal Travel Guy

If you’re looking for inspiration to travel around the world on next to nothing, then look no further than Frugal Travel Guy. He and his wife (who has her own travel blog called Money We Have ) traveled to 10 countries on $10/day last year. Oh, and they had an 8-month-old baby with them during their trip. Definitely one of my favorite blogs out there!

8) Vagabondish

This is one of those blogs that will just make you want to pack up and travel the world right away! A lot of it has to do with Rich’s writing style (which happens to be very similar to mine #coincidence? ). Vagabondish isn’t updated as often as other sites. Still, his posts are always worth a read. You can also follow him on Twitter @Vagabondish. So go ahead, give it a try! I dare you not to start dreaming about your next adventure. I know I did after reading Rich’s post 5 Travel Lessons From Solo Backpacking Across South America!

9) Nomadic Two Shoes

This is another one of those blogs that make you want to pack up and travel the world. But, of course, a lot of it has to do with the guy writing it, Joe (who’s pretty much my age which means he was born in the 80s…okay, not so similar ). I’ve read a few posts about his trip through Central America, and they’re great! I like them because he talks about things like local food, some words that may be different from what you’re used to hearing in English, and just how crazy everything can get with a baby on the road. Plus, his photos are gorgeous!

10) Wandering Earl

If you haven’t picked up on this by now, I’m kind of obsessed with solo travel as a way to meet people (you can read more about that here ). This is another one of those sites that prove you don’t need friends and family with you all the time to have a fantastic trip. However, my favorite post on the site isn’t about solo travel but about something called “Trolltagging,” which is when people create homemade license plates at places like Youth Hostels or gypsy campsites! Definitely check out his blog if you’re looking for inspiration to go find some new friends and make your next trip extra special!

11) Solo Traveler

If solo travel interests you, then definitely check this blog out. Although it’s mainly focused on long-term travel, there are many great posts on everything from packing to why you should do it.

12) Nomadic Matt

If there’s one thing that sets this blog apart from others, it’s the amount of research he puts into each post. His posts are undeniably better because of it, and I’m a big fan. He also answers a lot of commenters’ questions in his posts which is always nice! (#fixbloggercommentsproblems )

13) The Broke Backpacker

You can’t go wrong with anything written by these guys (there’s actually FOUR other writers on the site, three males and one female ). Their advice is excellent, and they’re an incredible …

Boats in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh is a land of diversity and cultural splendor. From the stunning beaches and lively city centers, to the green paddy fields and arid mountains; from the diverse wildlife to the plethora of religions that permeate the country, Bangladesh offers much to the tourist.

A range of itineraries and travel destinations are available in this South Asian country. Whether it is an experience of culture or fun, exploring the beauty of Bangladesh will surely be a worthwhile experience for all.


Mirpur, one of the most popular cities in Bangladesh is considered to be a Mecca by the local populace.

It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the major tourist destinations in South Asia.

Located on the confluence of the River Mekong and Chatuna, Mirpur stands as a jewel in the landscape of Bangladesh. The colonial and ethnic architecture blended together to create an amazing monument which attracts tourists with its blissful calmness, scenic beauty, and tranquility.

Besides enjoying the charm of the serene atmosphere and the delightful river, there are many other interesting attractions in this glorious city.


Another popular destination in Bangladesh is the capital city of Bangladesh, Dhaka. With magnificent monuments and age-old historical edifice, and an exquisite cityscape, Dhaka takes your breath away with its splendid architecture.

With plenty of sightseeing spots and numerous museums, the city visit will leave you eager to go back to explore more of the attractions of Bangladesh. Taking a Dhaka houseboat ride is one such way to revisit this historical city and experience the natural splendor of the river.

Dhaka is also a desirable place for exploring the rich and colorful history of the place. Famous for being the residence of the erstwhile Mughal kings, the City is replete with forts, palaces, mosques, and temples.

Royal Bengal Palace

The Royal Bengal Palace is a jewel in the crown of South Asian architectural grandeur. It was built by the ruler Ashoka the Great, and the present structure is one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture. T

he palace was under the rule of various sultans and the last governor of Bengal, Jahangir, completed it in seventeen hundred. Although, the Palace is over two thousand years old, it has been given the royal treatment with immense care and attention by the present rulers.

Jaswant Thada Museum

The Jaswant Thada Museum is one of the best-preserved Asian museums in Bangladesh and is well worth a visit. The name Jaswant means “Excellence”. It is believed to have been founded by the noted scholar and author Jivaji Vasavulu. He had succeeded in spreading his knowledge of languages across India, particularly in Bengal and had drawn pictures of places in the South.

Baitul Mukarram

Baitul Mukarram or Baytul Mukarram is the National Mosque of Bangladesh, located at the heart of Dhaka. The construction of this mosque was finished in 1968. It has a seating capacity of 42,000+ today. The construction of the mosque started on the orders of the then ruler, General Muhammadabad Muazzam. The name Baytul Mukarram literally means “mosques in the golden age” in Urdu, but is more commonly referred to as Baytul Islam in English.

The Warli Temple

The Warli Temple in Bangladesh is a major attraction site for all Hindus coming to the city. It is situated on the river Brac that flows through the district where the temples are built at the confluence of the two rivers.

The Warli Temple has an idol of Goddess Warli who is the daughter of the River Ganges and Lord Brahma. This temple holds a special significance for Hindus as it honors the attempt to build a holy temple on the earth.


Dhaka is a cosmopolitan city in South Asia and is the capital of Bangladesh. It is located on the bank of the river Ghazabha. It is a city of great diversity, offering culture, religion, ethnicity, and languages along with numerous other attractions.

The city was built around a lake and is well connected by air and railway to different parts of the country. The city received its name from the Dardan traders who were famous for trading with China and India. The city enjoys great tourism due to several sightseeing tours, beach activities, shopping, and excellent food and drink.

You can visit Dhaka either during the summer or winter, as the climate in the city is moderate both in the summer months and the winter season. Dhaka is a popular destination for both local and global tourists. There are many sightseeing spots in the city that will ensure a memorable holiday experience.

Chittagong Hill

Chittagong Hills is a delightful holiday destination in East Asia. Situated in northern Bangladesh the city is bordered by the Indian and Thai Borders. It is blessed with natural beauty, lovely beaches, picturesque hill stations, lush green hills, beautiful rivers, and many more charms which have contributed to it being one of the most popular Asian destinations today. 

Chittagong Hills offer numerous options for tourists coming to the region. For those looking for luxury and comfort can opt for the Chittagong Sliding Bay Villas and apartments. If on the other hand, the thrill seeking people will try the adventurous activities like hiking, trekking, white water rafting, paragliding etc. And for adventure lovers there are various golf courses located in Chittagong hills to boast of.

Chittagong Hills has everything that an international tourist will look for. Its pleasant climate, lovely beaches, nice hotels, restaurants, shopping avenues and excellent night life makes this place a favorite stay place among tourists and locals. There is no doubt that this place will never disappoint you. Chittagong has an amazing lifestyle which is alluring to everyone from young to old.


Bangladesh is an incredible country with diverse landscapes, culture, and traditions. There is a plethora of exciting travel destinations to choose from while on a Bangladesh city visit. Plan your itinerary keeping in mind the interests and needs of your family. If you are a nature lover, then there are several natural parks and sanctuaries in Bangladesh where you can spend quality time with your family.





Waterfalls in Highlands region of Iceland

Are you excited to visit beautiful Iceland in July? Iceland in summer is the best time of the year to visit this spectacular island.

The weather in Iceland in the summer season is mild, with temperatures hovering around 55 to 60 degrees, but it can get quite cold at night. So, when you head to Iceland, you better pack a warm sweater and an umbrella to stay as warm as possible!

Things to do in Iceland in July

  • Watch grey seal colonies, which are very common around the Reykjavik archipelago in Iceland. If you like, you can even take a walk amongst the seals and see how they move and interact with one another.
  • Take a whale watching tour.  In addition to whales, you can see a variety of other marine species in Iceland, including the blue fish, the great white fish, the great blue chub, the sperm whales and even the humpback whales.
  • Another great thing about visiting Iceland in July is that you can enjoy seeing the puffins. The puffins are one of the most popular species among tourists, because their appearance is quite stunningly attractive. The exploration museum at Akrotiri is a good place where you can go to have a look at the puffins up close. The museum has a lot of photographs and illustrations depicting the puffins.
  • During your Iceland trip, you can also take advantage of the natural hot springs that Iceland is so famous for. Iceland is known for its geothermal activity; therefore, you can hike glaciers and visit the geothermal springs that are Iceland’s key to health. The temperature of the water in the geothermal spring can reach boiling point during the summer months but is cooled down when the sun goes down. You will be able to find ice cave pools where you can relax while you are hiking.
  • In addition to the incredible landscape, Iceland is also known for its active volcanoes. The Volcanoes National Park is Iceland’s biggest tourist attraction and is the best way to explore the active volcanoes and active fjords of Iceland. The best way to get to the volcanoes is to take a bus tour from Reykjavik, which will allow you to reach all the popular volcanoes. 
  • Finally, you can enjoy your Iceland vacation by taking part in the popular glacier tour. The glacier tour allows hikers to view the beautiful scenery of Iceland. Many companies organize a glacier tour for tourists during the July weather makes its way to Iceland. If you are planning to visit Iceland in the July weather, make sure to check out the best glacier tour operators in Iceland.

Final Words

When thinking about seeing some of the most spectacular landscapes that nature has to offer, what you should probably look at is Iceland in the summer. If you have never been to Iceland before, it is important that you do go see it in the summer so that you will be able to see all that is available to you. 

Iceland is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, considered to be one of the dream islands. The tourism sector is the country’s second largest, contributing more than 10 billion kronur per annum to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). In order to fully enjoy the beauty and attractions of Iceland, tourists are encouraged to participate in the activities and tours organized by the country’s travel agencies and companies.


The Rocky Mountains, Colorado

A trip to the Rocky Mountains can be described as a journey of exploration, self-discovery, and personal growth. It can be a great way to relax, or it can be a dangerous journey through some of the most difficult landscapes in the world.

The Rocky Mountains is spread out over three thousand miles in length from British Columbia to Alberta and Montana in Canada. The range has varied landscape, spectacular alpine terrain, and historic wildlife. Rocky Mountain National Park is visited by many hiking enthusiasts, and the famous Trail Ridge Road that passes through several spectacular alpine terrains, is traversed by a number of hiking trails.

A trip to the Rocky Mountains can also be a great way to get fit and develop mental and physical strength, as well as develop a love for the mountains and all of their wonderful scenery and features.

Many climbers enjoy making the most of their off-season time in the Rocky Mountains. There are several events in Rocky Mountain National Park that climbers can participate in. There is the International Rock Climbing Festival, held every June and is one of the best occasions for mountaineering, rock climbing, camping, and climbing activity. Other off-season activities include skiing, snowboarding, tubing, cycling, and picnicking.

The park offers a wide variety of other activities as well including nature trails, biking, wagon rides, and mountain-biking. 

The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park offers some of the best climbing in the Southwest. The Black Canyon, which runs west to south for about two hundred miles, is one of the greatest climbing areas in the world. It is home to many beautiful Climbing Guides and is known as a very difficult route that many climbers do not undertake. However, there are some safe routes into the canyon that many climbers find rewarding.

A trip to the mountains can also be a romantic getaway for two. The San Miguel National Park has many beautiful trails that lead into the reserve. Hikers can find many ancient rock art carvings and amazing mineral and fossil-rich sites. A couple could spend a lovely afternoon strolling along the trails or go on an overnight camping trip.

There are many other things to enjoy on a trip to the rocks. A good way to get fit and enjoy the wilderness is by taking a rock-climbing trip. You will see why many athletes train and climb when they experience an adventure like this. Many tourists who take a rock climbing trip also love to experience the wild and wonderful locales that they have come to explore.…

By Andreas F. Borchert, CC BY-SA 4.0,

Corcomroe Abbey is a remarkable medieval Cistercian abbey located to the north of the town of Ballymun in County Clare, Ireland. It was built by the Irish abbot, St. Colmcille, in the twelfth century.

This abbey is one of Ireland’s most important monasteries, and today it is recognized as a cultural landmark. In addition to being a residence for the abbot and his monks, it has been said to be the location where Thomas Becket hid before his crucifixion. This site is the subject of the famous St. Colmcille’s Prayer book.

The name Corcomroe itself signifies “of the Great Rock”. This is because this abbey was one of the abbeys that governed the church in the town of Ballymun, on the northern shores of Rosslare. It was established by the patron saint of Ireland, St. Columba, in the first decade of the sixth century. At the time of its foundation, it was among the finest monasteries in all of Ireland.

The abbey was built using red sandstone, which is the best stone that could be found on the island of Ireland. There are two main entrances, both leading to a cloister on the west side of the church. In addition, there is another large inner nave where the Abbot and his monks enjoyed private conversations. One of these sides of the church contains a huge stone mural, entitled, A Treatise on the Use of Sandstone in Corcomroe and the adjoining Areas, wherein is the most fitting portrait of St. Colmcille.

While you are planning your trip to Corcomroe Abbey, you will likely want to do some research about the actual history of the place. While you will find plenty to see and do, there were many people who lived and died in this area.

If you want to learn more about the town and the history of the place, you might want to make a day or two out of it, exploring what the town offers to those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the city.

What to See in Sicily, Italy

Sicilians are proud of their historic heritage, and that heritage includes a rich history.

The first settlers in Sicily were originally from the city-state of Pax Romana, which was located to the east of what we call modern-day Rome. From here, successive waves of different cultures came and occupied Sicily. Some of the most notable ones included the ancient Greeks, the Pagans, and the Arabs.

Some of the most famous attractions in Sicily include the famous Mount Elphinstone, the Catacombs of Rome, and Palermo Square which is considered to be the pride of Sicily.


Starting from the capital of Sicily, Palermo, the first thing you should do is a little road trip. Sicily has beautiful countryside and is very famous for it. F

or travelers on a budget, Sicily can be an affordable stopover, as there are plenty of budget hotels and inns around the coastline.

Sicily’s most famous landmark, Monte Tauro, is located on the western seaboard and has been ranked among the Seven Wonders of the World by the UNESCO. Another must-see place is Catania, home to Catullo del Vito, the former royal fortress and palace.

Palermo is also known for the fabulous food that is prepared by its locals, and there are often free performances by local bands and musicians. 


Next on your Sicily road trip itinerary should be Catania, home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

The island boasts some of the most spectacular churches as well, such as the Duomo of Catania. The Catania coast has been a favorite holiday destination for generations, with its peaceful villages and seaside promenades. Vacationers can enjoy the local atmosphere and shopping opportunities, as well as some amazing Italian food.

Catania is a port town on Sicily’s south coast. It lies at the very foot of Mt. Etna, an active, extinct volcano, with lovely trails leading up into the mountain. The central square of Catania, Piazza del Duomo features the whimsical, stylized Catania Cathedral and lively, multicolored Catania market. In the south-west, the charming village of Bellagio, once a Roman colony, is today a bustling resort town.

Tourists come to Catania for a variety of reasons, including the unique Sicilian way of life, gorgeous beaches, idyllic villages and its rich cultural heritage. Although Catania is the smallest of the major islands, it has the most attractions. It is popular with visitors coming from southern Europe, where its Mediterranean climate is ideal for sun-worshippers. It is also very popular with families going on family holidays.

Retiring in Sicily

Along with being a popular tourist destination, Sicily is also a great place to relocate or retire to. There are many Sicilian neighborhoods that you can choose from, and many of them have everything you would ever need such as supermarkets, banks, hospitals, etc.

In addition, since Sicily has a low cost of living, it will not be difficult to live in this country for a long period of time. Unlike many other countries, you will find that you won’t pay more for a hotel room in Sicily because prices are generally very low.

Sicilian Nightlife

If you are looking to experience something new and exciting, Sicilians offer some of the best nightlife in the world. Many of the larger towns have their own unique atmosphere, thanks to the large number of art galleries, bars, clubs and street food restaurants that you will discover while visiting Sicily.

Sicilian Shopping

For travelers interested in shopping, Sicily offers the world-class collections of clothing, accessories and gifts that you will need when you visit Sicily.

Of course, you can shop on any given day, but winter is the peak season in Sicily when you will find the best deals and discounts.

During the late summer and early fall, however, you will still be able to find excellent deals on clothing, handbags, shoes, jewelry, antiques and much more.


Hiking in Iceland

Iceland is a frozen Scandinavian island country that is defined by its picturesque landscape with geysers, volcanoes, hot springs and ice fields. It is also known for its vast fjords that border the Indian Ocean and North Sea.

The capital of Reykjavik, also called as the Golden City, is located on geothermal soil in Vatnajökull. Most of the populace lives in the old capital, Reykjavik which is powered by geothermal energy and is house to the National and Saga museum.

Iceland is also known for its geothermal hot springs, which are said to give a soothing and refreshing feeling after a long day of activities and sports.

You can enjoy the unique beauty of Iceland with your own vacation through the Iceland tourism. Iceland has geothermal wonder sites like the geothermal spas Keflavik and Hveragerdi, the geothermal park Gjelhundur, the geothermal spa Griggjeldalur and the geothermal boreholes in Iceland.

These popular tourist spots and others like farmhouses, monuments, fishing nets, geysers etc contribute to the overall Iceland tourism. Along with tourism, Iceland has a rich culture, arts, history and the natural beauty that form the essence of its identity.


A luxurious stay in Iceland would include a visit to the geothermal spa area of Hveragerdi, where you can swim in the cool waters that bubble and bathe you. If you want to be warmed up in Iceland, then swimming pools at Hveragerdi are the best.

For those who are a little adventurous, the geothermal spas Keflavik and Hveragerdi offer exciting opportunities for hiking, trekking, biking and skiing. If you are looking for swimming pools in Iceland, then you must head for Iceland’s most visited site, the geothermal spas Griggjeldalur and Keflavik. Iceland has many other famous tourist spots apart from these two, which include the fishing nets, volcanic landscapes, geothermal springs, glaciers, sea volcanoes and stunning towns and villages.

Reykjavik & More

The Iceland capital of Reykjavik is worth visiting along with its highlands including: Akurendalur, Hleppsfjordur, Laugaveit, Pernarfjordur, Sauks, Akranes, Keflavik, Dalir area and the Golden circle.

The geography of Iceland is such that you will find an almost circular shape to all its highlands. It is well protected by the Iceland government and has its own police force to manage the security there. The laws and the general safety measures are strictly observed by the Icelandic authorities. Since the country is a small one, with less than one million inhabitants, the crime rate is very low.

The locals are friendly and there is no one who feels inferiority complex about the place. The tourism industry in Iceland is booming day by day and a lot of people from the Gulf Cooperation countries like UAE, Kuwait and Qatar are investing in this country and investing in commercial properties.

The Iceland tourist board has come up with some innovative ideas to make the tourism experience more exciting. You can get a taste of traditional Icelandic cuisine at a restaurant called Golden Sauks where you will get a variety of fresh seafood delicacies to try.


This is just a little overview of some of the best things to do in Iceland. Iceland has a lot to offer for those travelers who are looking forward to making the trip memorable. If you have not made an Iceland vacation yet, then now is the right time to do so. Make sure you include all the things on the itinerary suggestions given below in your trip to Iceland.…

A panoramic shot of the Lake Lago di Misurina with reflections in the Italian Alps

The Dolomites are an Italian mountain range found in northeast Italy. They generally form a part of the Southern Limestone Alps with the exception of the Zagre range which is in the southwest. The northern and eastern borders are delineated by the Piave River and the Sugana River.

You will have a wonderful time exploring Dolomites, Italy during your next vacation. This region has so much to offer that you are sure to leave feeling enlightened and inspired.

When you are planning a Dolomites Italy road trip you should put aside a lot of time and effort in planning ahead. You can spend a lot of time choosing your destination as well as the best way to reach it. Before you start planning, however, there are some things you need to decide on so that your trip will be a success.

Visit Summer or Winter?

One of the most important things you need to decide on is the timeframe for your trip.

Do you want to visit beautiful places in Italy during the summer or winter? This will determine the location you choose for your Italy road trip.

You also need to choose between a few different routes for your Dolomites Italy so you can spend more time seeing the scenery and less time driving. You can take two nights to visit some of the most popular and beautiful places in Italy during your two-week vacation if you really want to get the most out of your trip.

Another important timing factor to consider when planning your Italy road trip is the time of year and day of the week you travel. How early do you want to arrive and depart? Are you traveling during a holiday so that you can save money on airfare and hotel expenses? Or are you going to visit during a school or work holiday?

No matter what time of year and day of the week you choose to take your Italy road trip, you’ll be able to find the best deals during these periods.

Take Different Routes

The most popular route is the Piazza delle Torre which starts in Siena and takes you all the way to the town of Lago. You’ll pass many historical buildings and sights along your way up to the large bay.

For those who like to see the natural beauty of the Dolomites, there is also the route of the Grand Canal that starts in Siena and passes through the towns of Lago and Corte. There are tons of wonderful spots to see along the way including the gorgeous beach of Citta Vecchio, the grotto of Montalcino, and the Piazza del Popolo.

Time to Go Exploring

Once you get to your destination, you will be ready to get to explore! Pack lightly and pack smart. You may want to bring winter coats or at least a light jacket for your morning hike or stroll around your Dolomites, Italy vacation rental property. Pack some rain suits too.

And don’t forget your hiking boots! It’s wise to spend a few extra dollars on a good pair so you can enjoy your trip in comfort when the weather gets cold.…

A wide shot of Yellowstone National Park full of green bushes and trees

Hiking is one of the best activities to do while in the Great Northwest, and that’s why thousands of people head to the park each year. The key to enjoying your hiking trip to the fullest, however, is making sure that you get some great Yellowstone National Park hiking tips before heading out. There are many different types of trails that you can choose to hike, including a wide variety of loops, side trips, and even spur trails that can be built upon. Here are some tips that will help you get the most out of your hiking experience.

The first thing that you need to do when looking for the best Yellowstone National Park trails is to determine what level of hiking you’re looking to do before heading out. If you’re an experienced hiker, then you probably want to head into the park on the busiest hiking day of the year – Juneau’s Open Range Day. This is also the day when the busiest animals will be found roaming the grounds. As you can expect, the crowds will be much smaller, and you’ll find that you won’t have to deal with so much noise as you would if you were going on a backpacking trip.

For those that are just starting out and want to start out on the easiest hiking trails around, the Grand Teton loop is the place to start. This route starts from the south entrance of the park, which happens to be by the Talkeetna Pass road, and it takes about seven hours for a car to make it to the park headquarters. The best Yellowstone National Park trails that start at the south entrance are the North Fork Wilderness Trail, the Sunrise Highway loop, and the Sunrise Canyon Trail. All of these are moderately strenuous, but they are also beautiful and offer scenic views of the Continental Divide.

Before you begin hiking, it is important that you make sure that you bring the proper camping supplies. Unless you’re just planning on staying at a campsite, you’re going to need food, water, and a good pair of boots. If you’re going to hike on your own, you may also want to invest in some hiking poles or a hiking pole harness. You should never walk alone in the park, even if you’re on a well-known hiking trail, so always carry at least one other person. Even if you’re going on foot, you can’t be too safe.

Another thing that you should bring along is a map of the park. You can never be too prepared when you’re going in, so it’s always good to have a good idea of what you’re going to see and to know where you’re going. If you do happen to run into trouble or come across an unexpected obstacle, you want to be able to quickly figure out your way back to the trail head and your vehicle. It’s also a good idea to bring a phone, sunglasses, rain gear, and any other personal items that you think you might need. This won’t be essential during your time out in the park, but it can be useful if you get separated from your companionship.

The best Yellowstone camping trips will allow you to discover the park’s many wonderful sites and spectacular scenery. While you’re camping outdoors, you will be exposed to many beautiful wildflowers and other plants. Hiking in the park will give you a chance to view many geysers and waterfalls as well. Whether you’re taking your family camping for the weekend or spending a week traveling through the numerous parks and valleys, you will have an unforgettable camping experience.