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The largest city in Assam, Guwahati is also the biggest city of the north-eastern India. Guwahati has earlier served as the capital of Assam, before it had been shifted to the planned city of Dispur. A historic city dating back to the 6th century, Guwahati is now a fast developing and vibrant city of India. Even today the city is dotted with a number of historical monuments and archaeological sites that provide a fine glimpse of the bygone era. Guwahati also has a strong religious connection and replete with many religious sites especially Hindu temples. The museums, art galleries, educational institutes and crafts centre add more diversity to the charming city.
Nature has equally contributed a lot in enhancing the beauty of Guwahati. Situated on the banks of Brahmaputra River - one of the biggest rivers of India, Guwahati abounds with lush green hills, tea gardens and a soothing climate. Guwahati is a heaven for discerning shoppers and offers a fantastic opportunity to buy a variety of traditional handicrafts made from bamboo and cane. The authentic Assamese cuisine along with typical north-eastern cuisines offers exhilarating dining experience to visitors. In addition to these, a plethora of adventure options including thrilling boat cruises in Brahmaputra River make the vacation in Guwahati a memorable experience.
It is said that Kerala's best kept secrets lie in the heart of Thekkady. A lush green oasis that sprawls across the Periyar Wildlife Reserve, this is where man and beast live as one. Snarling Tigers, screeching Crickets and naughty Langurs, the mysterious calm of the jungle is enough to tempt anyone who yearns to explore the wild. Thekkady is a naturalist's dream. With tea and spice plantations, it has lent much to Kerala's commerce as much as it has to its beauty. The incredible wildlife preserved in Periyar Tiger Wildlife Sanctuary today attracts naturalists and wildlife enthusiasts from around the world. Declared a tiger reserve in 1978, the Periyar Wildlife Reserve is one of the few reserves where one can catch sight of the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger that is fast dwindling in population. Shed your inhibitions and take a day off to enjoy a bamboo raft ride across the Periyar river, explore the forest at night, never knowing what is to come, and succumb to the temptation of traditional Kerala Fish Curry and Rice in every restaurant you visit.
Ride through the jungle on elephant back or make your way through the village on a bullock cart. Wild and raw, the countryside embraces you with warmth that is almost forgotten. On a longer day, visit the Mangala Devi Temple, a short distance from Thekkady town, or to its bustling cousin Kumily, known for its spice plantations. Peermade is another plantation town that lures people on that extended weekend in Thekkady. Cascading waterfalls, misty hilltops and plunging valleys of emerald green, let loose your wild side.
Visit the Tribal Heritage museum inside the Mannan settlement and explore artefacts from a lost generation. Finally, give in to the mellow breeze and soothe your mind as you enjoy an Ayurvedic massage, and let time stop at its tracks. Virgin and raw, Thekkady is for those who yearn to leave the world behind and retrace a journey back in time.
Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The word Nairobi is derived from the Masai phrase "Enkare Nyirobi", which means the "the place of cool waters". The city lies along the banks of the River Nairobi, and is also popularly known as the "Green City in the Sun". Founded as a simple rail depot at the end of the 19th century, the city has grown to be one of the largest cities on the continent. But unlike most cities that grew in the 20th century, it is surrounded by the hundreds of square kilometres of plains, forests, and cliffs that make up Nairobi National Park. The city is also known as the Safari Capital of Africa, providing easy access to some of the best national parks on the continent. So, take a safari and check out all manner of wildlife, visit the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage (also keeps Rhinos), observe the tall gangly creatures at the Giraffe Centre, and educate yourself at the Nairobi National Museum, National Railway Museum, and Bomas of Kenya. Also visit Uhuru Gardens, which was built in remembrance of the struggle for independence. You can also white-water raft on the Tana River, an hour away. The city, a blend of world-cultures, also has many restaurants, bars, and entertainment centres, filled with hundreds of cuisines and activities.
The elegant and fashionable city of Melbourne is set on the banks of the Yarra River, the distinctive mid-1800s gold-boom era architecture blending with modern glass skyscrapers to create an exceptional cityscape. Striking public spaces, state-of-the-art museums and galleries, Australian wildlife, heritage sites and impressive architecture are all part of Melbourne’s cosmopolitan appeal.
Melburnians love to drink coffee, with outdoor cafes and espresso bars lining the river’s banks in the Southgate precinct, the city’s urban laneways and the beachside area of St Kilda. A stroll around the bohemian beachside suburb of St Kilda showcases Melbourne’s laid-back lifestyle, but the city also revels in a more old-world sense of sophistication and style. With its diverse inner-city villages, chic fashion stores, over 3000 restaurants, bars and cafes and an excellent transit system you have all the ingredients of a great destination.
Known as a style-setter, Melbourne’s history and culture collide with creativity and innovation. A focal point for the arts, events and entertainment is Federation Square – a creative mix of galleries, cafes and public spaces connecting the city with the Yarra River. You only have to glance at the architecture to get a strong sense of the yesteryear. Stroll along Melbourne’s Golden Mile, where you’ll gain an insight into a city created from the proceeds of the Victorian gold boom more than 150 years ago.
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The cultural hub of the city, Federation Square, links the city centre with the Yarra River. It fuses art, architecture, events, culture, hospitality and open space into a striking public domain. Make your travel bookings and collect maps and brochures from the Visitor Information Centre or wander through the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and Champions racing museum. The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia is the world’s first major gallery dedicated exclusively to Australian art, a spectacular showcase comprising more than 20 galleries.
Queen Victoria Market
The always bustling Queen Victoria Market is an icon of local trade and street life, housing a world of new tastes and flavours. Take a two-hour Foodies Tour with an experienced guide and discover the gourmet side of the market.
Take the plunge inside Melbourne Aquarium’s 2.2 million litre Oceanarium and come face to face with a shark. It’s all part of the Southern Ocean dive adventure, where you’ll also encounter other creatures of the deep.
Located in Carlton Gardens, opposite the historic Royal Exhibition Building, the Melbourne Museum houses a permanent collection in eight galleries, including one just for children. Highlights include a complete skeleton of a blue whale, the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, a living rainforest, the racehorse Phar Lap and an onsite IMAX theatre. Major international exhibitions are presented in the Touring Hall.
Eureka Skydeck 88
At 253-metres high, the Eureka Tower is the tallest residential building in the Southern Hemisphere and one of Melbourne’s icons. For spectacular 360-degree views of Melbourne take the high-speed lift to the Eureka Skydeck 88.
Arts Centre Melbourne
A focal point of Melbourne’s Southbank entertainment precinct, the Arts Centre hosts many of Australia’s premier performing arts companies and international touring performances. The centre is open daily for guided tours, gallery exhibitions and nightly performances. On Sundays, artisans and local producers sell their wares under market umbrellas lining St Kilda Road and the Southgate promenade. In summer, the adjacent Speigeltent hosts everything from cabaret and comedy to the circus.
Old Melbourne Gaol
Put yourself in the shoes of condemned prisoners by walking the path to the gallows in this 19th century prison. You can even be arrested in a modern day police station or put yourself on trial in court. A ticket to the Old Melbourne Gaol Crime & Justice Experience grants you visiting rights to the past, present and future of crime and justice in Australia. Our most famous outlaw, Ned Kelly, was hanged here on 11 November 1880. During World War II, the jail was briefly reopened as military detention barracks.
Gorillas, pygmy hippopotamuses, mandrills, tigers and otters live happily together at Melbourne Zoo, along with all of our Australian favourites. Watch orangutans from a spectacular treetop viewing area. Explore the mystery of the Zoo after dark at the Roar and Snore Safari, where you will hear, smell and see nocturnal creatures, big and small and share the passion, knowledge and stories of your camp hosts.
Melbourne River Cruises
Complete your Melbourne experience with an award-winning cruise on the Yarra River. With great information, a warming cuppa and the comfort of a Melbourne River Cruiser you will see the city from a whole different perspective. Cruises depart from Southbank promenade and Princess Bridge near Flinders Street Station.
Venture a little beyond Melbourne and you will be generously rewarded by Victoria’s diversity.
Great Ocean Road
Drive along Victoria’s southwest coast and the Great Ocean Road, stunning with coastal scenery and charming coastal towns. There are plenty of opportunities for bushwalking, swimming, surfing and fishing. The 288 kilometre drive traces Victoria’s spectacular coast from the surf haven of Torquay to the delightful town of Port Fairy. The road tapers inland through the Otway National Park before reappearing on the Shipwreck Coast. Magnificent sights include the huge limestone stacks of the Twelve Apostles soaring out of the pounding surf. Continue on to Warrnambool, an old whaling town with a fine maritime museum, and experience the nearby historic fishing village of Port Fairy.
Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges
To Melbourne’s northeast lies the winegrowing region of the Yarra Valley, where lush farmland and vineyards present an idyllic scene. Many wineries provide cellar-door sales and tastings of handcrafted wines and have restaurants serving gourmet food and fine local produce. Visit Healesville Sanctuary to see Australian wildlife and the fascinating animal hospital onsite.
Nearby in the lush green Dandenong Ranges is Puffing Billy, Australia’s oldest surviving steam railway, which is great for a ride through the mountains. Stop off for a traditional Devonshire tea of scones and jam and check out the many beautiful gardens of the Dandenongs.
Just south of Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula is a mecca for golfers, who flock here year round for the many excellent and affordable links-style courses. Take some time out from your golf tour to appreciate elegant beachfront towns, native wildlife, walking trails and surfing and swimming spots.
Who doesn’t love a cute fairy penguin? Phillip Island is a favourite destination about 140 kilometres southeast of Melbourne, boasting an array of natural wonders and wildlife. Marvel at the famous fairy penguins as they emerge from the sea every evening and waddle to their burrows in the sand dunes. There is also the Koala Conservation Centre with a treetop boardwalk for close-up viewing.
Grampians National Park
Adrenaline junkies with a head for heights will adore the rock climbing and abseiling at Mount Arapiles, which attracts adventure seekers from around the globe. At Grampians National Park, you can go whitewater canoeing, caving and mountain bike riding. Don’t forget the wildlife (200 species of birds, 35 varieties of mammals) and make the 5000-year-old Aboriginal rock art a priority. All this is only four hours from Melbourne.
Can you imagine how cute twin Koalas are? The only pair known to exist in Australia were recently born at the Ballarat Wildlife Park, just one hour’s drive from Melbourne in the historic Goldfields region. Ballarat is also home to Sovereign Hill, a faithful and fascinating recreation of an old goldmining town of the 1850s.
Christchurch is perched on the coast of South Island, is the doorway to the various bounties of nature on the island, such as the Canterbury Plains. The city is best known for the Christchurch Cathedral, which stands in the heart of the city. You can climb its spire to get a stunning view of the city. The Cathedral Square is a lively spot, with various performances and open-air concerts. Also check out the Canterbury Museum, International Antarctic Centre, the superb Natural History Discovery Centre, and the quaintly Victorian Canterbury street.
Queenstown is a popular resort town in New Zealand's South Island. Built around an inlet of the bizarre lightning bolt shaped Lake Wakatipu, the town is a major hub for snow sports in New Zealand, with people from all over the world travelling to ski at the four main mountain ski fields: Cardrona Alpine Resort, Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Treble Cone. Other forms of adventure tourism in the Adventure Capital of the World include jet boating, bungee jumping, mountain biking, tramping and fly fishing. Queenstown is also known for its vibrant nightlife, as well as wines and amazing food.
Franz Josef is located in Westland, at the foot of the slopes of Mount Cook. Thousands od tourists and locals visit here every year, all coming to experience the raw beauty of the Franz Josef Glacier. You can see it in various ways, by taking an unguided trip, a guided trip, or a even a helicopter ride over the glacier. The nearby Fox Glacier is also worth visiting, and is bigger than the Franz Josef Glacier, as well as being more accessible. Both glaciers are unique in that they descend till 300 metres above sea level into the greenery of a temperate rainforest, so close to a coastline. The river emerging from the glacier terminal of Franz Josef is known as the Waiho River. There are also plenty of world-class white-water rafting opportunities here, on the nearby Whataroa & Perth Rivers.
Australia’s Gold Coast is a modern city of glittering high-rise buildings, built around superb beaches, including the world renowned ‘Surfers Paradise’.
Australia's sixth largest city, and the second largest in the state of Queensland, the Gold Coast is where the ‘bikini’ was born. Along with endless stretches of golden beaches, there are international theme parks, designer boutiques, luxurious spa retreats, world-class golf courses, award-winning restaurants, upmarket bars and lively nightclubs.
The Gold Coast has 70 kilometres of white, sandy beaches. The most famous is Surfers Paradise beach, a mecca for local surfers and visitors alike. The entertainment capital of Queensland, Surfers Paradise also has an array of nightclubs, pubs, bars and restaurants all within a two kilometre range.
The ongoing buzz is continued through a series of festivals and events almost every month of the year showcasing some of Australia’s best sporting talent. See surf life saving champions in action; join Australia’s iron men and women the ‘Coolangatta Classic’ ocean swim; and watch the world’s best surfers compete at the Quicksilver & Roxy Pro.
The Gold Coast is also the gateway to some of Queensland’s best natural attractions. Whale-watch, island-hop and discover the area’s Aboriginal culture. Just half an hour from the renowned beaches is the Gold Coast hinterland, which consists of more than 100,000 hectares of National Parks and reserves, including Lamington National Park and Springbrook National Park.