Pack Light and Travel Smart

Travelling light has always been better, however it has now become a necessity. By looking at the complexity of security checking, being light is best thing to get rid of unnecessary delays. Be simple as you travel. You will see two types of tourists one are those who pack light and others are those who wish they packed light.

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5 Most Popular Kites Festival of the World

Kite flying is a very popular fun sport especially in China, Japan, India, Indonesia, and USA. It is not certain where the Kites first originated. Some believe it is originated in China while other think it is South Pacific Islanders who first originated the art of kite flying. It is also most popular pass times for the people around the world.

Here is the list of 5 most popular destination of the International Kite festival of the world:  Continue reading

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Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park is located in Central California approximately 190 miles east of San Francisco. The Park falls in Sierra Nevada mountain range which covers entire 1,170 square miles. The nearest major airport from the park is Oakland. 

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It is one of the most popular vacation getaway for the nature and adventure lover. The park  attracts visitors of all ages. It has got amazing natural formation of cliffs, beautiful waterfall and meadows.  Here are short descriptions of few very popular spots in the Yosemite National Park:  Continue reading

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Top 5 Most Scenic Hiking Trails of America

For all those who loves hiking , here are the lists of Top 5 hiking spots of the Unites States. Hiking is also a good form of exercising. You can use the beautiful warm weather of spring and summer for exercising outdoors. It’s a best way to enjoy the nature and do something for your health. 

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Monument Valley

Monument Valley is located on the border of Arizona and Utah within the Navajo Reservation. The Park is about 5,500 feet above the sea level and is accessible throughout the year The Navajo calls it as Tsé Biiʼ Ndzisgaii, meaning valley of the rocks. Monument Valley is part of the Grand Circle, including some of the famous national parks and recreation areas.

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