Which Theme Parks You Should Visit In Florida

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Awesome Bike Trails in Australia You Can Try on Your Trip

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Have you ever thought of doing a cycling trip in Australia? When we make plans to tour a place, we usually opt for guided, shuttle tours or road trips but never cycling trips. In fact, pretty sure that when “cycling trip” was mentioned, you thought of the French countryside or the old European cities with all its hills and pavements. But Australia has some awesome cycling trails that you can traverse on your visit there.

You can visit breweries, oceans, and mountains, sometimes in just one trail! We really cannot expect anything less from a country known for exciting activities. Before you get packing and finalising documents like travel insurance to Australia, look this rundown of trails you can use for your Australia cycling trip.

Murray to the Mountains Rail Trail

The best thing about this trail is the food you can enjoy along the way. You are already on a bike, you might as well gain and lose a couple of pounds during the ride, right? This trail goes from Wangaratta to Bright, which is approximately 90 kilometers. But do not worry, because there are trails within that trail which you can branch out to like the Milawa Gourmet Region. Obviously, you do not need to finish this trail in one day, you can have overnight stop in place like Beechworth.

Victoria’s High Country Brewery Trail

Victoria’s High Country Brewery Trail offers the best scenic cycling experience. It goes to Glenrowan, Beechworth, Warby Range, to Mt. Beauty and it passes through four local breweries. Imagine that, four local craft breweries in one trail, and the best part is this trail is made so that cyclists can visit all of them. They even prepared a booklet on mountain bike rides that you can take while crossing their trail.

Tasmania trail

Expect hills and beaches when you go on this trail. It starts from Launceston and through the coast of St. Helens. That whole stretch is filled with beautiful beaches, you might want to stop at a few to take a dip. Then you will reach Hobart, a city that has an old-world glamour with a mix of the modern vibe. But if you can, though, complete the whole Tasmanian coast, it really is a beautiful state. Obviously, this is a multi-day cycle so make sure you can secure accommodations along the way.

MundaBiddi Trail

If you want to camp at any point during the cycle tour, you can traverse the MundaBiddi Trail. It is a 1000-kilometre cycle outside of Perth to Albany. It is mostly off-road, but the course is not difficult to finish. There are campsites in between the whole trail, complete with bike storage and sleeping shelters. You will get to pass through forests around Pemberton and the coastline from Denmark to Albany.

These are just some of the Australian trails you and your travel companions can try on your trip. Make sure all the necessities are packed, your travel documents are ready, and that you have a sturdy, trusty bike you can use to take on any of these trails. Enjoy!

Which Theme Parks You Should Visit In Florida

Florida is truly a magical wonderland which gives both kids and adults the perfect place to enjoy a vacation like no other. Whilst there is much to a vacation in Florida which you can do from beaches to hover-crafting over marshlands, today we are going to focus solely on the many theme parks which are in operation in the Sunshine State. Theme parks in the USA are like no other nation and it is Florida which regularly sets the benchmark for everyone else to follow.

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There is a whole host of theme parks to choose from when you go to Florida so we have whittled them down and created a list of the ones which you simply cannot miss out on.

Disney World

Let’s start with the juggernaut that is Disney World, the park that shook the world of theme parks to their foundations when it came along and the franchise which is constantly seeking to create magic for everyone. The complex is split into the following four theme parks:

  • Epcot – Based on human discovery
  • Animal Kingdom – Animal-themed rides and wildlife roaming the park
  • Hollywood Studios – Celebration of Disney at the movies
  • Magic Kingdom – The original theme park and a park packed with Disney-themed rides

Seaworld

For those looking to indulge in some marine life adventure, look no further than Seaworld, a theme park which is based upon all of our favorite underwater animals. Aside from the rides that are available at the park you can also discover a great deal of information about marine life, watch the animals in action with dolphin and whale shows as well as going beneath the depths in the aquarium to watch them in their habitat. You will most certainly enjoy a visit to Seaworld Orlando and you should not miss out on a day at the park.

Busch Gardens

If you want to enjoy all of the magic that an african Safari can offer, in the very heart of Florida then Busch Gardens is the place for you. This long standing theme park is entirely based around the natural splendor of the African Bush and visitors can enjoy themed rides as well as seeing their favorite animals up close and personal. From cheetahs to elephants roaming around to rides that fly at breakneck speed, Busch Gardens truly is a park like no other.

Universal Studios

Universal Studios is a theme park which is dedicated to all things film and TV and for movie buffs, this place is like paradise. All of the rides are based on smash hit movies and through the years they have allowed visitors to ride on E.T.’s bike, get chased by King Kong and help out Indiana Jones. The theme park is ever changing and each year it alters one of the rides in order to stay current or launch a new ride based on an industry classic. Even if you aren’t a fan of the movies, you will absolutely love this theme park and it should not be missed.

My Favourite 5 Indian Destinations

I fell in love with India around 5 years ago and ever since that first trip I have returned on 4 occasions and traveled extensively around its regions. In all honesty, I didn’t even think I would like it there, I knew that I liked the food, but that was pretty much it. Once I arrived however, my opinions quickly changed and I am planning on returning for my 6th time this October. If you choose to decide to spend your holiday in India then here are some of the places which I would recommend that you go to.

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Kashmir

In terms of sheer natural beauty, Kashmir is up there with the best of them and it was the place which I first visited 5 years ago. Here you will find true Indian culture in the small villages that are littered through the region, wide plains and fresh lakes, all with the backdrop of the impending Himalaya mountain range.

Goa

If you are looking to party in India then Goa is the place for you, this is a 24/7 happy place where you can relax on the beach by day and party on it at night. The clock ceases to exist when you get to Goa and it truly is a revelers dream. For those not wanting anything to crazy, there are many areas of Goa which are set away from the bars and clubs and offer relaxing tranquility on the Indian Ocean.

Agra

India’s main event is undoubtedly the Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the modern world and a truly breathtaking building which has stood the test of time. In order to see the Taj Mahal and the surrounding buildings, you should stay in Aggra, a very ‘Indian’ city which bustles with markets and somewhat surprisingly given its proximity to the Taj Mahal, it isn’t too touristy.

Bangalore

Bangalore is a modern metropolis which is also home to India’s high-tech industry so much so that it is often referred to as the Indian ‘Silicon Valley’. There is a very international feel about this city and the drinking and dining scene are growing rapidly with lots of trendy new bars and restaurants popping up throughout the city. This is a great city to relax in for a few days, especially if you have been putting in the work traveling through some of the more rural areas of India. Throughout the city you will find many plazas, shopping centers and open parks where you can enjoy the warm climate and some modern Indian culture.

Jaipur

To experience the very best of India’s rich history you should go to the northern city of Jaipur. Once the home of the royal family which ruled the region of Rajasthan, this city houses a vast number of ancient houses and temples with the opulent Palace complex amongst the most popular of the attractions in the city. There is a very local feel about the city and in terms of markets, you will do well to find many as grand or busy as there are in Jaipur.

Most Beautiful Caribbean Islands to Visit

The Caribbean is widely considered as the closest place to Paradise that you are likely to get whilst on planet Earth. In this corner of the World you will find the finest beaches that you have ever seen, the clearest waters that you can find as well as incredible hospitality from the locals. If you have always dreamed of a Caribbean break then we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite Caribbean islands where you can enjoy your very own slice of paradise.

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Antigua

A beautiful blend of British colonial history and tropical paradise is what you will experience during a trip to the beautiful island of Antigua. If you book yourself an Antigua holiday then you will be spending your time in one of the busier and more livelier of the Caribbean islands. The main attraction in Antigua is no doubt the British harbor which was once a naval port but now is home to many fishing trawlers and yachts, the views which can be found over the harbor are breathtaking.

Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

This is the third largest of the British Virgin Islands and arguably its most beautiful. Thankfully for tourists to the island, this is also one of the quietest of the Virgin Islands which means that you can enjoy the 8.5 square miles of sheer natural beauty and have it almost to yourself. Here you will find beaches which are completely isolated and they make for the perfect spot during a romantic break. The most popular attraction on the island are the grottos on the coast which are formed thanks to large granite boulders which form baths in the sea.

Barbados

Barbados is a great Caribbean destination which really does have something for all kinds of traveler. Here you will find a wide range of natural splendor from pink beaches to exotic wildlife such as turtles and monkeys as well as areas of coral reef which you can explore with a snorkel and mask. Further inland you will find lively towns with local music playing, and locals dancing and drinking in the street. The food in Barbados is some of the finest in the Caribbean and you can experiment with some true Caribbean flavors in the island’s restaurants.

 

Turks And Caicos

This collection of 40 islands makes for the perfect Caribbean stay, 32 of the islands are inhabited which means that you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to which part of paradise you would like to stay. Whilst there is some colonial architecture to be found throughout the islands, the main premise of any visit to the Turks and Caicos islands is to thoroughly relax. White sandy beaches, turquoise waters and sunshine for 14 hours per day, the perfect place to do absolutely nothing for a while.

Have you been to the Caribbean before? Which was the best place which you went to and why? Let us know all of your thoughts about the Caribbean in the comment section below.