Tunisia, a small North African country nestled between Algeria and Libya, the Mediterranean and the Sahara, has an extraordinary and tumultuous history. Following the period of Roman rule, when the legendary Hannibal guided his elephants across the Alps, Tunisia was dominated by the Arabs, the Ottoman Empire, then finally the French from whom the country won its independence in 1956. Today, Tunisia has a thriving economy which includes a significant tourist industry.
Multiple archaeological UNESCO world heritage site site like Dougga, Sbeïtla, Carthage, etc. with their ancient roman and Byzantine cities with temple, stadium, cities, houses, etc. And the immense roman amphitheater in El Jem.
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Loch Ness is the highlights of Scotland for tour. You will enjoy a city tour of Edinburgh and see some of the main attractions such as the Old Town quarter and the Scott Monument. Visit the beautiful Edinburgh Castle, where you can explore the Royal apartments including a tiny room in which Mary, Queen of Scots gave birth to the boy who was to become King of Scotland and England. While in Edinburgh, don’t miss the dazzling Scottish Crown Jewels.
Loch Ness is a large, deep, freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands extending for approximately 37 km southwest of Inverness. Its surface is 15.8 m above sea level. Loch Ness is best known for the alleged sightings of the legendary Loch Ness Monster, also known as “Nessie”. Loch Ness is over twenty miles long and hundreds of feet deep in places. The loch is notorious for its murkyness, as the water is filled with slime, peat, and mud. The loch’s murkyness and depth may be one of the reasons why the Loch Ness monster’s existance has not yet been proven. Some people think caverns under the loch connect to the ocean.
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Blackpool is one of Britain’s most popular holiday destinations. It is a town full of roller-coasters, clubs, and even the biggest mirror ball in the world. Add this to the world-class shows, cosmopolitan restaurants, vibrant nightlife, an active sports scene and breathtakingly beautiful scenery on Blackpool’s doorstep you begin to understand why Blackpool is so popular.
If you feel you really need to get away from it all, have a leisurely stroll through the leafy Stanley Park, Blackpool’s award-winning horticultural and wildlife treasure. Spot the cute, inquisitive, squirrels and take in the showpiece Italian Gardens or hire a boat and float away lazy summer afternoons beside the swans on Stanley Park’s boating lake.
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Cape Town is a diverse city and is regarded as the melting point for various different cultures in Southern Africa. One would be hard pressed to find a reason not to fall in love with one of South Africa’s most iconic city, Cape Town. It has one of the most idyllic settings – nestled between the ocean and breath-taking mountains. The iconic Table Mountain rises 1,086 above the city and has served as a mariner’s landmark. On a clear day, the flat-topped mountain is visible 200km out to sea.
Cape Town is not only the most popular international tourist destination in South Africa, but also one of Africa’s most popular international tourist destinations. This is due to its good climate, natural setting, and well-developed infrastructure. The city has several well-known natural features that attract tourists, most notably Table Mountain, which forms a large part of the Table Mountain National Park and is the back end of the City Bowl.
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Navini Island would be an excellent choice for a Fiji honeymoon, and you would have little difficulty putting together a Fiji honeymoon package with any well known travel agent. Many people take a Fiji vacation every year, but the trick is to get the right degree of exclusivity and relaxation, and Navini has all of that. Navini is one of the smallest island resorts close to Nadi, on that side of Viti Levu, and it is a private resort, where you can expect a casual and thoroughly relaxed time.
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The closeness to the international airport makes it an obvious choice for the first few days of relaxation after stepping off a long haul flight from say Europe, before beginning a sweep of the South Pacific. You will be met by Navini Island Resort staff at the airport and within an hour you will be at Navini, and even swimming off the beach. The island is small, you can wander round it in 10 minutes, because Navini is a coral cay and is only ever a few feet above the sea.
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