Tags: Denmark, family holiday, family holiday ideas, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Norway, safest destinations, Singapore, Travel Ideas
Despite the paranoia caused by terrorist threats around the globe, there are still places that you can visit and feel safe. There are still countries where you can stay for a few days or a few weeks and do not hear of anything about serious crimes and petty offenses. If you are planning for a family vacation, you may want to consider the following places which have the lowest crime rates according to some surveys:
Luxembourg is considered as the safest destination in the globe. The small country serves home to only 500,000 individuals and somehow explains why it is very easy to keep a good watch. The safest city attributes its near perfect peace and order to its very happy citizens who are very rule-oriented.
Tags: Norway, norway cabins, Norway cruises, norway food, Norway holiday, norway hotels, norway shopping, norway trael guide, norway transportation, norway weather, Travel Guide
For many years now, Norway has been getting their fair share in global tourism, with an estimated three million tourists or more spending their nights in its capital of Oslo. Norway does possess a number of beautiful sights and if you’re planning on making Norway your next vacation destination, here are a couple of tips for you to be able to make the most out of your holiday.
Don’t: arrive in the bitter cold of winter
Tags: brocken spectre, fata Morgana, Finland, France, Germany, India, Norway, optical illusions, paasselka devils, polar lights, Travel Ideas
Let’s go around the globe and check out the most jaw dropping and mind boggling optical illusions. We might not be able to see them all but if ever you will be in one of these places, make sure to see them.
Polar Lights in Alta, Norway
The polar lights are the lava lamps on steroids of nature. You can either call them aurora borealis or aurora australis depending on where you are. This colorful display is caused by solar particles colliding with the gases in the atmosphere causing the emission of the colorful lights in red, green, white, blue, or purple.
The town of Alta in Norway is a great place to go to if you want to see the magnificent polar lights.
Fata Morgana in Antartica
Tags: Alps, colorado, Destination for Non-Skiers, Destinations, Gotthard Bahn, Ice Racing, Japan Hot Springs, King Crab Safari, Kirkenes, Lake Placid, Norway, winter destinations, winter travel
When the snow starts, it is time for the winter gear to get out of the storage and it is time to think of your winter activities. There is more to winter than skiing so if you do not like the idea of gliding down the slopes, here are some of the best travel destinations for you this season:
Zermatt in Switzerland
Take a ride on the red train called Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn and enjoy the amazing vista of the dazzling Alps. The small liner journeys from Zermatt going to St. Moritz or Davos through 291 bridges and jaw-dropping scenery. It is the slowest express train you will take but every second of the 7.5 hour trip is worth it.
From Zermatt, the Gornergrat Bahn will bring you thru fairytale forests and alpine meadows as it goes up the Gornegrat. When the weather is excellent, the Matterhorn will be in full view. When you get to your destination, you can relax, enjoy the panorama, and some hot fondue.
If you are planning to go on a holiday this July, Norway is among the best destinations for this month. The winter is over and the sun is starting to shine in Norway. Norway is among the most beautiful places on earth, and no one will contest that. The people of this country loves nature to their core.
Here are some of the best destinations in Norway:
There is no guarantee if you will see the northern lights but if you are lucky enough, the aurora borealis is a phenomenal sight. White or green light curtains will be shifting, take forms, and dance in the air. The lights never fail to tickle anyone’s imagination.. It will be an unforgettable experience to see the northern lights.