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The coastal town of Dakhla is located on a narrow peninsula on the disputed land of Western Sahara. This easy-going city can be reached now from Moroccan cities as well as the Canary Islands. It has recently become the hotspot for watersports thanks to its unique windy weather on the ...
The Bulungula Lodge (pronounced boo-lun-GOO-lah) is part backpacker’s roadtrip, part cultural immersion and part package holiday. It was set up in 2005 as an experiment to see if eco-tourism could help the local economy and it has been a resounding success. Getting there is part of the by train, bus ...
Located in a quiet part of the Sri Lankan jungle, the Elephant Road Resort is a place where you will see not only elephants, but monkeys, peacocks and birds along the side roads brightening up the day of passersby. Each of the four two-story suites offer guests beautiful jungle and ...
Le Meridien in Bora Bora, a contemporary resort set on an islet and lagoon, offers some wonderful scenery and modern amenities, such as a large glass floor that lets you see the lagoon and the underwater life, as well as bungalows and villas filled with modern facilities and comforts. The ...
The Reethi Rah – Maldives is a luxurious but nature-friendly choice for travelers with exquisite tastes. Set against the illustrious beauty of the Maldives, you can enjoy beach verandas, private swimming pools, over-water decks, and stone soaking baths for two. Luxuries are all modern despite the island paradise appearance. In ...
Have you ever wanted to dine on the ocean? Short of magic, the Raffles Maldives Meradhoo Resort may be the closest and safest way to do just that. The Raffles Maldives Meradhoo has been called the Secret Hideaway in the Indian Ocean and encompasses two islands with lush amenities. The ...
This nine-room complex is located on a cliff on the sexy Greek island of Santorini in the warm Mediterranean. Romance is on the cards as the infinity pool gives way to slap-bang views of blue water, blue sky, and shiny blue fish pulled from the waves. The architects thought about ...
On the website of the Niyama resort, they talk about their hotel having “Epicurean Delights” – what does this mean? Well, Epicurus was a Greek philosopher who advocated community living and friendship. He was particularly interested in maximizing pleasure and kicking pain in the ass. But that is not to ...