Your Dream Vacation: Closer Than Ever

It has long been thought that traveling to exotic locations all around the world is only for the rich and famous. This is no longer the case thanks to the age of the internet…as long as you know where to look. Always dreamed of seeing Big Ben in London or taking in the Beijing skyline at night? Then now is the time to go. A recent report out states that these two locations, along with other such as Mexico City, Mexico and Lagos, Nigeria, now have a cheaper cost of living than ever before. Because of this, although airfare prices may remain stagnant, the cost of lodging and the cost of food and other necessities are expected to begin to fall. This save you, the traveler, countless dollars and allows your money to go further and thus you are able to experience more in these cities. To assuage your worries of high airfare prices, try one of the online companies dedicated to getting you the cheapest seat possible. Websites like Hotwire and Priceline offer discounted travel and lodging for any and all of your travel needs. The combination of discounted airfare and the lowering of costs of living in many popular tourism hot spots make now the perfect time for a variety of world travels. You don’t have to be rich and famous to feel like you are. If you’ve always always wanted to travel the world but used the excuse that it’s too expensive, then that is no longer a valid excuse. The world is out there waiting for you to discover it and it’s never been cheaper to do so.

Take a Dip at Some of the Most Breathtaking Swimming Pools in the World

It is no secret that swimming is one of the best part-time activities to a good number of people. Though most of us usually take a dive in a normal pool, did you know that you can take a dip in a pool surrounded by limestone cliffs, a turquoise, surrounding rainforests and an underlying waterfall? If this sounds interesting to you, then you should make an effort and visit the following breathtaking swimming pools.
Giola Lagoon
Located in Thassos Greece, the Giola Lagoon is set right in the middle of a quiet village. Within the lagoon is the Giola swimming pool which is carved in between terraced rocks. A dip into the shimmering water that overlooks the sea will make you forget the troubles of trekking the lagoon.
Cenote Ik Kil
A cenote is a Mexican name that stands for natural swimming holes. The Cenote Ik Kil is located near the archaeological ruins of Chichen Itza. The pool is 85 feet deep and surrounded by hanging vines, lush trees, and rainforests.
Fossil Creek
Fossil Creek is located in Strawberry Arizona about 100 km from Phoenix. Inside the Fossil Creek is an oasis of crystal blue swimming hole that is surrounded by waterfalls which supply the pool with water.
Devils Pool
As the name suggests, you must be a daredevil even to get close to this pool. Located in Zambia Africa, the Devils Pool sits above the Victoria Falls, one of the largest and biggest waterfalls in the world.
Jellyfish Lake
Have you ever fancied swimming with jellyfish? If yes, then you should make a date and visit the Eil Malk Island located in Palau. The saltwater lake brags as being one of the seven underwater wonders of the world. When provoked, Jellyfish can sting an intruder. However, for reasons unknown, the jellyfish found in this lake don’t sting swimmers.

Germany’s Beaches: The Perfect Blend Of Nature And Glamour

Despite the fact that the only things that Sentinel Germany’s coastline are strand Korb, the sturdy, and supreme Teutonic beach chair, it is reasonable to speculate that the country’s coast has been politically charged.

During the Second World War, Hitler insisted that nearly every building in the Sylt be constructed using thatched roofs. Today, many compare heading to these thatched cottages than visiting the Hamptons in terms appeal for vocational visits.

A causeway characterized by a railway line forms a link between the Sylt and the mainline, and come summer, the Mercedes, the Porsches, and the BMW’s are all loaded to ensure that the country’s industrial elite and their famous sports cars spectacularly enjoy the summer. The Sylt, first discovered in the 1960s, has evolved massively.

The Sylt’s top hotel is the Severin’s Resort & Spa.The hotel was Founded in 2014, and the resort sits on the former village of Keitum. It comprises a series of interconnected buildings which surround a courtyard. All the buildings making up the Severin’s resort and Spa are thatched and include two acclaimed restaurants and a full spa and sauna.

The Kaiserstrand Beach Hotel is also worth mentioning in the list of big resorts in the town of Bansin. The hotel Opened in 2016, and the resort has 136 rooms. All the rooms have a balcony, floor to ceiling windows for tourists to enjoy the beautiful coastline view and an array of gadgetry for entertainment purposes.
The island of Rugen also boasts of a world-class holiday camp, the Prora. Originally designed to be a holiday camp, this youth hostel has over 10,000 rooms, which were abandoned during the DDR era.

The Sylt is not only known for its resorts but also white sand beaches. For instance, the Usedom Island is part German and part polish. It is entirely Baltic and offers tourists the perfect blend of grand 19th-century villas, resorts, and sandy beaches.

How Budget Airlines are Fuelling Global Tourism

One of the greatest challenges to global travel is the affordability of the air ticket. Many travelers find it difficult to realize their dream of visiting the holiday destination of their dreams because of the relatively expensive air tickets charged by airlines across the world. However, the recent flooding of ancient cities in Europe by tourists drawn from all over the world is a growing indication of a growing trend in the tourism sector fuelled by several factors including cheaper means of transport offered by budget airlines. Budget airlines offer low-cost air tickets in a move that has seen more people afford the once expensive traveling cost to these tourist destinations.

The role played by budget airlines in global travel is bound to increase significantly over the coming years with more airlines announcing the launch of low-cost airlines. More promising is the news that airlines such as British Airways and WOW-owned Icelandic Air have launched the low-cost airlines for even long-haul air travel. The new trend marks a significant change in air travel policy, which is has for many years been a reserve for those travelers who are relatively financially affluent and could afford the high cost of long-haul air travel.

While the current developments are being viewed in economic terms with the flooding of European cities by tourists a case in point, low-cost air travel including for long-haul travels has far reaching potential benefits. While the economies of these tourists destination are in line to thrive, the resulting social and cultural exchanges cannot be overlooked. It will open new frontiers of world travel including hinterlands with pristine and inviting environments but could not be reached by foreign travelers due to socio-economic reasons. The business world is also bound to benefit greatly with local and international corporations find new and affordable means to reach new economies and potential markets.