For many, the word “safari” is associated with desert landscapes, lion prides and hot heat, from which you can hide only behind a wide-brimmed hat. Description suitable more for Africa.
That safari is typical only for Africa is an outdated stereotype. Now many countries offer tourists to visit their national parks, in which hundreds of species of animals and plants are represented. Russia also boasts interesting places for observing animals or just for walking in ecologically clean areas.
Safari tours are sightseeing tours in the wild, where participants can see exotic animals in their natural habitat. Most often, safaris are carried out by car, bus or other means of transportation, since the scale of Continue reading
Sports tourism is one of the types of tourism in which participants overcome various impassable sections of the path during a long hike. Hiking may not necessarily be hiking, but, for example, horse or water. Various difficulties in the form of gorges, mountains, swamps and other natural obstacles fill the trip with adrenaline and give it a twist.
Individually or in a group?
Usually, if a tourist travels alone or as a companion, the route is built individually. All wishes about the type of terrain and the level of difficulty of the path are discussed with a travel agent, who later, after processing the information, creates a unique tourist route. Those who prefer to travel in large groups, gets a standard ticket, which includes comprehensive service. However, group tours are not the same and often dramatically different from each other. When purchasing a ticket to the group, it is necessary to clarify the level of preparation of each participant, his preferences and age. In this case, the travel agency will try to choose from standard programs the most optimal for each traveler. Continue reading
The practice of mineralogical tourism has long existed in the world. It came from the tradition of bringing a sea shell, beach pebbles or a magnet to the souvenirs from vacation. The tourism ministries of many countries realized in time that tourists are very happy to get souvenirs rather than buying them. Thus, tourists began to be allowed to search for minerals in the country. In order not to leave the country without coal, quartz and precious stones, the Ministry of Tourism of each country carefully discusses how many finds a tourist can take with him. Usually this is not more than two or three copies. And some even prohibit the export of minerals outside the state, exhibiting them in museums.
The essence of mineralogical tourism is to find stones of different values. Members of the expedition, as a rule, are not professionals. Armed with Continue reading