Whale near Hermanus

Do not miss the amazing coastline

As the final part of our South Africa Travel, we visited the coastal towns of Hermanus and Simon’s Town along the Southern Coast of South Africa. During our tour of South Africa, we had traveled from Aha Lesedi, Johannesburg to Kruger National Park and then through the Panoramic Route near Graskop in our first leg … Read more

Camps Bay and the 12 Apostles

Why Cape Town deserves to be in Bucket List

The picture perfect coastal city of Cape town has a number of reasons as to Why Cape Town deserves to be in Bucket List. We toured cape town in August 2018, as part of our South Africa Tour. Firstly, it is the seat of the Parliament and the legislative capital of South Africa. Cape Town has … Read more

Berlin waterfalls, near Graskop.

Why Panorama Route is a grand experience

 The Panorama Route of South Africa is a grand experience. It showcases nature at its best and most varied. This  offers majestic views and route myriad combinations of different forms of nature, in close proximity to each other. If you have traveled through the Panorama Route South Africa you have seen them all, or mostly … Read more

Elephants on the road nside Kruger

Self drive to experience the African Big 5

This is an account of our experiences at Kruger National Park. Undertaken during August 2018, while on our tour of South Africa, we had included Kruger National Park in our itinerary. Though there are quite a few options to visit Kruger ( discussed later) I would suggest you to Self drive to experience the African … Read more

Pedi Village Camp Lesedi

Chance to meet 5 African tribes

We were excited about our trip to South Africa, and honestly worried a bit too. Excited to visit Africa again ( last time it was Kenya as a family trip),  thrilled about the prospect of viewing the African wildlife, excited about the trip to Table mountain and equally eager to meet the famous African tribes … Read more

The Lion's Head and Twelve Apostles, Cape Town

Why should you travel to South Africa

 South Africa was our second choice for this year’s travel destination, but ultimately  it has won our hearts! Though we didn’t initially intend too visit or travel to South Africa , now that we are back we will list below the reasons Why should you travel to South Africa.  We had initially planned to travel … Read more

Countries which allows with B1/B2 US Schengen Visa.

How to know your Passport Index ? A visit to a foreign country always starts with a visa. But in many cases, you may be able to visit a country without a pre-approved visa too ( or with an On-arrival Visa) and this depends on the strength of your passport or your nationality. Citizens of Singapore, South Korea, … Read more

Visa Application

How to increase your passport power?

Have you ever thought how a simple document can define what goes into your travel diaries ? The attraction of seeing new places, experiencing new cultures and tasting new foods takes us from place to place and for people from the more affordable strata from country to country. The lure of  hearing new sounds, seeing … Read more

Northern Lights at Reykjavik

Reykjavik and the Northern Lights: Iceland Part 8

We had spent some wonderful days out in the wilderness touring the south of Iceland. The previous evening we had driven back to Reykjavik, from Hofn, a distance of more than 450 kms.  This is the eighth part of my Travelogue about our Road Trip across southern Iceland, titled, “Reykjavik and the Northern Lights: Iceland Part 8”. … Read more

Family at Viking Village, Hofn

Streams and Rainbows: Iceland Part 7

Road trip of Southern Iceland: Part 7 This is the seventh day of our Road trip across the South-Central Iceland and would literally cover a drive back from Hofn in the eastern end of the island to Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland lying towards the western end of the country, a distance of over 450 … Read more

Titir at Jokulsarlon Glacier Lake

Glacier and floating Icebergs : Iceland Part 6

We had spent the last 5 days touring  central and southern Iceland and today the plan was to reach the eastern end of the country, driving along Iceland Ring Road along the southern coast.  Jokulsarlon is about 270 kms from the sleep town of Vik and along the way we wanted to catch a glimpse of Vatnajokull, the … Read more

Reynesfijara Beach near VIK, Iceland

Black Beach and a Glacial Trek: Iceland Part 5

The day started with the smell of freshly brewed coffee and of ham and sausage. The wooden log house where we were staying felt warm and cozy. It was about 8 in the morning, and we had had a good night’s sleep providing us with  some very necessary rest .  We were at Vestri Peutersey … Read more

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