Enchanting and Modern Dubai
As one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is the most modern and progressive emirate and is currently developing at an incredible pace in both tourism and trade. Travel to Dubai makes a great destination for shopping, nightlife, sunbathing, fine dining, sports and culture. After a few days of exploring modern Dubai you can discover the enchanting beauty of the red sand deserts that surround Dubai. A stay in the wilderness offers the traveler a real adventure into the magnificent landscape of the unique sands of Arabia. A wilderness tour takes the traveler into the desert where guests can experience the traditional life of the area, dress in traditional clothes and enjoy snacks while getting henna paintings. Guests can also learn about the important role falcons have in the local area.
Discover Ancient Bagan
There are two major ancient religious sites in Southeast Asia, Bagan in Burma and Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Bagan is located on the banks of the Ayeyarwady River and is the home to the largest and densest concentration of ancient temples, pagodas, stupas and ruins in the world with many dating back to the 1100s. It is one of the more extraordinary sites to visit because of its wonderful exotic architecture and valley views. Visiting Bagan is like stepping back into a turn of the century exhibition with its amazing views of scattered temples and ancient buildings placed across a vast plain where the complex can be seen through trees and bush creating an exotic view.
Sri Lankan Elephant Escape
The tropical island of Sri Lanka has been described as having the bluest skies and the brightest sun that blesses the island nation with unparallelled natural beauty. Travel to Sri Lanka offers a vacation that includes lush tropical forests and an enormous amount of biodiversity including an incredible range of frog species and Asian elephants. The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is a center for wild Asian elephants and was established to feed, nurse and house elephants found abandoned or displaced from their wild habitat by development. After a visit with the elephants the traveler can discover Sri Lanka’s rich history including Buddhist temples, Dutch forts and Colonial buildings.