The most beautiful things in Dubai

Eurogulf24 – The most beautiful things in Dubai Located on the eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, in the south-western part of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai was founded with the establishment of the UAE in 1971, with vast deserts, beaches, luxury hotels and international shopping malls, dubai also has great heritage attractions, dubai is known Read more

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Venice’s famous tourist city misses visitors

EuroGulf24 – Venice’s famous tourist city misses visitors because of Corona Just one day after Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced the decision to apply quarantine to 11 provinces in the country, starting with Milan, the economic capital of the world’s most famous city, Venice, a tourist destination, has turned into a ghost city. Authorities Read more

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Saudi Arabia opens its doors to world tourists

Saudi Arabia’s Okaz newspaper reported Thursday that the country’s Tourism and National Heritage Authority will announce on Friday the launch of a tourism strategy, as part of preparations for Vision 2030. The strategy seeks to promote the tourism sector, which is an important driver of the economy, as Saudi Arabia is determined to diversify the Read more


Peak Climbing

Trip Introduction Island Peak climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek is a fantastic experience in the Himalayas of Nepal. It is designed for energetic and physically fit trekkers with little or no experience in mountain expedition. Island Peak (6,189m/20,305ft) is one of the main climbing peaks in the Everest Region of Nepal with an impressive Read more


White Water Rafting

Humans have been exploring rivers, lakes and oceans since the Stone Age, and the crafts that our ancestors developed to navigate waterways reflect the specific needs of their local environments. The modern day canoe most likely originated about 8,000 years ago while the rubber river raft is believed to have been invented in the early Read more


Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park is one of the premier drawcards in Nepal, and there was little damage to areas visited by tourists in the 2015 earthquake. The World Heritage–listed reserve protects over 932 sq km of forests, marshland and rippling grassland, and is home to sizeable wildlife populations. It’s little wonder this place is so popular. Read more


Climbing Mount Everest

THE GOOD Tibetans know it as Chomolungma and it’s Sagarmatha to the Nepalese. Exact translations are as elusive as a yeti and vary from “brow of the sky” to “goddess mother of the Earth” or simply “the mountain so high that no bird can fly over it”. The British took a less evocative approach and Read more