You might sometimes feel that Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and even Jaisalmer seem to be overrated. Everybody has once or twice been to these gems of Rajasthan. But have you ever visited the Kumbhalgarh Fort? It’s a magnificent fort that is isolated but never fails to sing the epic tales of the gracious and bellicose Rajputana period. Located about 80km northern side of Udaipur, Kumbhalgarh’s fortifications stands second in comparison to the size of the Great Wall of China. Kumbhalgarh Fort is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to Maharaja Kumbha who led the construction of this magnificent fort in the 15th century. If you are visiting this enormous fort, make sure you pay a visit to the jagged Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary as well. Continue reading A Quick Guide to Kumbhalgarh Fort
Every travel destination has its clichés, particularly when it comes to photographs. However, that isn’t to say that you should not take a photo in those specific spots. It is just that you may want to find a way to make your photo different (and visually more interesting) from what every other person has taken.
If this sounds like the type of photos you would like to take, then read on for four essential travel photography tips to try out on your next vacation.
For wine connoisseurs, on the eve of San Andres Festival, the premier wines of the new season are set. Producers from vineyards free wines for sampling at the harbor of Puerto de la Cruz.
A limo service will give you once in a lifetime experience of luxury which everyone should try at least once in their life. This is nothing but renting a car with a driver that is pre booked for any occasion or a service. It is generally a sedan or a stretch limo in certain nations.
Limos are booked like hot cakes in the wedding months of August, September and October and at times June. They are specials for proms, corporate travels, airport transportation, bachelorhood parties and so on. Peak Season for limos are summers.