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There is nothing like a romantic honeymoon for newlyweds. An epic getaway for you should be at a place that will enchant and invigorate the burning flame of love between you and your spouse. The inception of marriage ushers in blessings and a special kind of love and should be spent in total harmony. Starting a marriage with a honeymoon is an added spice to your marital life.
Cappadocia is the ideal honeymoon spot, a very popular honeymoon destination known for its unique historic and cultural features. Cappadocia offers you the best romantic experiences ranging from specular hotel, balloon trips to the underground city of Derinkuyu. The true joy of Cappadocia doesn’t come courtesy of its wealth of boutique hotels, its spectacular sunsets, its world-class hiking or its warm and welcoming locals. Instead, it stems from the fact that life still follows a village rhythm here, full of friendly locals and mesmerizing flora and fauna. This is a place to enjoy your honeymoon.
Cappadocia is said to be an all-year-round destination and in winter there’s the added bonus of skiing in Erciyes. April, May and June are excellent in terms of temperature, and so are September and October. July and August tend to be very hot. The area also hosts numerous events and festivals, large and small; forthcoming attractions include the Goreme Food Festival in late September and the International Wine and Grape Festival in Urgup early October.
Cappadocia: Things to do
Being on a honeymoon, you have to cherish each moment with your spouse. Don’t spend your honeymoon inside your hotel room ordering room services or sightseeing in a bus tour. You have to get out there and experience the freedom and luxury this beautiful city has to offer you. Here are some of the things you can do in Cappadocia:
Gondola ride: Go on a Gondola with your spouse in the river at Avanos. Spice up the romance by paying for a serenaded ride that will sweep your bride of her feet.
Hot-air Balloon: Cappadocia is popularly known for the hot-air balloon trips. There are more balloon tours here than anywhere else in the world. Book a ride and watch the wonderful landscape from above. Catch a glimpse of the beautiful sunset and witness how the sky turns gold in the evening.
Horseback: Is your partner afraid of heights? Go for a horse instead. Cappadocia is endowed with impeccable sites. The hills, valleys and trees make the scenery a magical vista. Gallop in the lush regions, stop for break and have a picnic with your partner under a tree.
Visit an Underground city. Visit the underground city of Derinkuyu and stare in amazement at the unique architectural beauty of this magical city. Approximately 85meters deep, the city contains chain of stables, cellars and churches. Take pictures with your partner and capture moments that you will cherish for the rest of your lives.
Create your own pottery .You can also get pottery of yourselves at the Avanos. Learn how to make pottery and also try to make one yourself for free.
Meet the natives.The locals are friendly and welcoming. Take romantic walks with your partner holding hands. Interact with the locals, learn their mode of greeting. Ask them for directions on where to get the best meals and shops.
Make your romantic getaway a story that ends like fairytale. Don’t hold back on any chance to go visit Cappadocia for your honeymoon. Picture yourself in a couple of years, how happy you will be when talking about the great times you had on your honey moon.
From small, medium to luxurious villas, there something for every couple no matter their budget.
- Royal Stone Houses (3*)- from $93/night
- Dere suites (3*)- $305/night
- Altinoz (4*)- from $102/night
- Cappadocia Cave and resort (5*)- $480/night
You’ll require a visa to enter into Cappadocia, Turkey. There are two major airports to reach Cappadocia, one of them is the Istanbul Ataturk Airport and the other is the Kayseri Erkilet Airport. It is easy to arrange a shuttle from Kayseri Airport to Cappadocia.
Flying to Cappadocia? Turkish Airlines is the best airline choice to fly.
Dialing code: 90
Official language: Turkish Language
Other Languages: Arabic and English
Currency- Turkish Lira (TRY) [Conversion: 1TRY = 77.90NGN]
ATM Cards: Visa and MasterCard
Driving: Right hand drive
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With one part in the east and another in the west, turkey is an embodiment of a cultural mix influenced by centuries of both ancient and modern civilizations. Known to many as a land of myth, a cradle of various civilizations and a canvas of nature’s most aesthetic bounties, turkey owes its favourable position as a bridging nation between two most important continents, Europe and Asia while sharing boundaries with Africa to.
There is no doubt whether you will enjoy yourself. The question is how much fun you can take. There is something for every visitor. The warm sociable people, the exotic world-class cuisine, architectural splendour of the mosque make turkey, the ultimate tourist destination.
Most of Turkey’s best beaches have been snatched up by big hotels or full-service entertainment beach clubs — leaving less-than-stellar public alternatives. Thankfully, those big operations keep their beaches clean (the public ones with no services are very often littered) and the prices for their lounges pretty low, and they usually are associated with some of the best patches of sand or pebbles anyway.
This Mediterranean country, still largely adhere to native customs and tradition in many areas of life. From birth, marriage to holiday celebration, the people celebrate their heritage with great enthusiasm, reflecting the richness and magnificence of their way of life.
When it comes to food and drinks, the traditional Turkish cuisine usually includes Meze, a tray or table of hors d’oeuvres, stuffed grape leaves, salads, shrimp and a wide variety of other items. Despite have a high majority of Muslim, Turkish people enjoy locally made beer, wine and spirits. There traditional drink is called raki- an aniseed-flavored clear grape brandy, similar to French pastis.
Turkey has a beach friendly temperature. Mo matter the part of the country you are visiting, the climate is always conducive for whatever relaxation you want. For the winter period, you won’t be needing a scarf and a hat because the average temperature are between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius.
Spring (April to May) and autumn (September to October) are the best times to visit turkey. The climate will give you the perfect environment for sightseeing in Istanbul, the Aegean or Mediterranean coast.
Turkey is a great destination for summer vacations, preferred by many holiday lovers. Although five out of seven of Turkey`s climatic regions are quite hot and rainless in summers, it is cool in the inlands. Turkish summers lasts from mid-June to mid-September.
A summer vacation in Turkey is an opportunity to watch events and festivals that take place during this time of the year. You can watch the Marmaris Yacht Show in May; the Marmaris Festival in June; Aspendos Opera Festival in June; Butterfly Valley, from July to September; Antalya Film Festival in September. The well known resorts have kid`s clubs to keep children entertained and happy. So, do not miss this wonderful opportunity of a summer vacation in Turkey.
Here is a fun fact. With the exception of the state capital, Istanbul, turkey doesn’t really have a winter tourism season. It is also advisable to plan ahead when travelling during the Four-or-Five day Kurban Bayrami as banks close and ATMs maybe out of cash.
Go shopping in the Grand Bazaar
The grand bazaar in Istanbul is one of the largest covered markets in the world with 60 streets and 5,000 shops and attracts between 250,000 and 400,000 visitors daily. It is must-see in Istanbul. Whether you like shopping or not, the grand bazaar is an ancient market that houses a deal of picturesque surroundings. The bazaar has been trading since 1461. You can buy all kinds of stuff here from jewellery and clothing to pottery and rugs
Visit the Istanbul archaeology museums
With centuries of cultural evolution from different parts from parts of the world of the globe store in this wonderland, the archaeological museum is surely going to thrill you. The structure in itself is an exception complex, consisting on separate museums, the archaeology museum, the museum of the ancient orient and the tiles kiosk. One of the most remarkable attractions is the sarcophagus of Alexander the great found in the archaeology museum.
Turkey is awash with ancient cities, making it tough to select just one for this list. However, the most popular of these attractions is Ephesus near modern Selcuk. It contains some of the best preserved Greek and Roman ruins in the world and remains a well-trodden part of the tourist trail from nearby resorts such as Kusadasi and Izmir. Some of the most impressive attractions at Ephesus include the Library of Celsus, the Temple of Hadrian and the ancient theatre. Many visitors will explore this city in combination tours with Miletus, Didyma and Priene.
Visit an Underground city. Among the most intriguing and fascinating tourist attractions of Turkey are the underground cities of Cappadocia. Visit the underground city of Derinkuyu and stare in amazement at the unique architectural beauty of this magical city. Approximately 85meters deep, the city contains chain of stables, cellars and churches. Take pictures with your partner and capture moments that you will cherish for the rest of your lives.
Enjoy the panoramic views from Galata tower
built in 1348, the Galata Tower is of the best place to a have a phenomenal view of the capital city. There is also a restaurant in the upper floor. You can also gain a 360 degree view of the city.
Topkapi palace: home of the sultans
From more than 4 centuries, the topkani palace has been the home to the ottoman sultans. Today, it is one of istanbuls most popular attractions. The palace was named Topkapi, meaning canon gate. You can wonder around the country yards and look at the splendour/elegance of the sultan’s residence. The palace is stuffed with so much history and culture making it a very popular destination to appreciate both the history and traditional of ancient turkey.
Believe it or not, the United States is one of the largest and most diverse countries in the world. During the festive season, it boasts of an amazing amount of tourist destinations ranging from the natural wonders of Arizona and Alaska, the skyscraper of New York and Chicago, the sunny beaches of California and Hawaii to the awesome casino lights in Las Vegas. With so many tourist attractions it’s tempting to list entire cities or even states. Should anyone be planning any family vacations, excursions or road trips in the near future or even planning ahead for the Christmas holidays, the US has all it takes to give you the best vacation ever.
Distances in the US are so great that it’s essential to plan in advance how you’ll get from place to place. The authorities provide quite a convenience rail service, and there are usually good bus links between the major cities. Even in rural areas, by advance planning, you can usually reach the main points of interest without too much trouble by using local buses and charter services.
If you really want to shake things up this Christmas holiday season, there is no better destination in Southern California than Big Gear Lake. Up until the New Years, thus welcoming mountain turns into a magical kingdom of fun and excitement. Also check out Long Beach California, a smaller city with unprecedented array of Cuisine. Have a whole of fun with the family at the Walt Disney Theme Park Florida. Christmas season is a special time of the year in Disney world. As early as November, each of the Parks in Walt Disney World has wonderful Christmas decoration in preparation of the series of events taking place during the holiday season. From the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT to the Disney Hollywood studio, the fun never stops. Make sure you have enough space in your camera or you will end up deleting pictures as you take new ones.
Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty, a gift from France to the United States, has welcomed new arrivals to the shores of America for over a hundred years.
Madame Tussauds Museum
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Washington DC is an interactive attraction that brings historical figures and events to life through wax figures that visitors can touch, see and hear.
Known colloquially as “The Crossroads of the World” and “The Great White Way,” Times Square NYC is one of the most popular commercial intersections in the world.
Opened in 1955, Disneyland in Anaheim, California has delighted visitors for decades with its eight themed “lands” of rides, shows and attractions.
The Brooklyn Bridge, built between 1869 and 1883, is one of the oldest and most recognizable suspension bridges in the world. It spans 5,989 feet and connects Manhattan to Brooklyn across the East River.
SeaWorld San Diego
Situated in sunny San Diego, SeaWorld is characterized by its theme of marine mammals, daring rides and live shows.
Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most visited tourist attractions in California and the US. Spanning over the San Francisco Bay for more than a mile, this famous landmark is one of the world’s most photographed bridges.
Universal Orlando Resort
Universal Orlando Resort is the top ranked challenger to Disney, as the largest of the Universal Studios Theme Parks. The resort consists of two theme parks: The original Universal Studios Florida and the second theme park, Islands of Adventure.
Also don’t miss
- Kennedy Space Center
- Walt Disney World
- Sea world Orlando
- Discovery cove
- American Museum of natural history
- Museum of Modern Art
Have you ever thought of a world where white sand beaches, pristine waters and scenic getaways aren’t as far away as we may think? A world where the wildlife adventure and the romantic cruise is stirring right into our eyes, a world of endless fascinations or better still, a world where fun and pleasure is indispensable. Wait a minute! I really don’t think this is the time to imagine, I think it’s the time to know. So as you take your time to read this, also take a minute to close your eyes, open it, and visualize the world right in front of you because truly this world I’m about to open up to you is closer than you think.
You may be saying to yourself; “what world is he referring to?” And so it is that time to let the cat…
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In case you are wondering where on earth Bora bora is located, wonder no more as it is a country in the French Polynesia. Undoubtedly, it’s a place of delight to the lovers of the aquatic world being an island with crystal blue aquatic sceneries. Bora bora at first sight will surely take your breath away such that you can’t afford not to be there and get the feel. Having hotels located right on top of water coupled with the lovely location adds up to make it a perfect destination for couples on honeymoon.
Bora Bora is a major international tourist destination, famous for its aqua-centric luxury resorts. The major settlement, Vaitape is on the western side of the main island, opposite the main channel into the lagoon. Hotels in Bora bora are highly luxurious and renowned for their location on top of water. No…
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Ever heard of The Lake Retba?
It is an hour away from the capital city of Senegal and unlike anything you have ever seen before. This unusual lake depending on the day, changes colour from a light purple to deep scarlet pink. This remarkable water body called lake Retba or Lac Rose(French is the official language of Senegal) lies north of Cape Vert peninsula of Senegal north east of Dakar. It is well known for having been the end point of the famous Dakar rally which has since been relocated to South America.
A cup of milkshake prepared by nature
Its distinct pink coloration is caused by the salt-loving organism Dunaliella salina. The organism produces a red pigment in order to absorb the sunlight, thus giving the lake its unique pink colour. Its colour is especially visible during the dry season which lasts from November to June and less during the rainy season which lasts from July-October.
Because of its high salt content, not many living organisms are able to survive in the lake. This is why it serves mainly as a tourist attraction and salt production. For a huge part of the year, salt harvesting is the major activity of the lake. Salt farmers spend 10-12 hours a day in the water collecting salt from the lake bed with their skin coated with butter to protect them from the harsh salinity of the water. When visiting the lake, you will be amazed by the array of the mountains of salt packed up next to the lake’s shore, the pink Colour of the lake’s water and the gold sand dunes on the other side of the Lac Rose.
Spring is sprung, the snow has melted, the blossom is on the trees, and the Japanese are out in full force to celebrate the end of a long old winter. Yes, everybody loves a bit of spring.
But I’m sick of hearing about spring already. I already know about all the great reasons to travel to Japan in the spring. What about summer?!
Perhaps it’s the sweltering heat, or the humidity so thick you could spread it on toast – or perhaps it’s just that everyone goes so ga-ga for spring that they forget there was ever any other season. For whatever reason, summer in Japan tends to get a bit of a bad rap, and it’s totally undeserved.
NEWSFLASH!Summer (June – August) is actually an awesome time to travel to Japan, and here’s why:
- Fewer crowds & discount prices
Now I’m not going to lie…
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