Spring fishing
In the spring - at this wonderful time of the year when everything around is awakening and renewing itself after the winter lull - everyone really wants to experience new…

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Tours in the UAE: give yourself a luxurious vacation!
The United Arab Emirates is an amazing and exotic country. Travelers, getting to the edge of deserts and oases, get a lot of new, incomparable experiences. The developed tourism infrastructure…

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Family holidays in winter
Rest is truly considered rest when the whole family is assembled! Whatever place you want to rest, it will still be boring and sad if you don’t have people close…

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UAE – a place for a relaxing holiday

The United Arab Emirates (hereinafter UAE) are located in West Asia on the Arabian Peninsula. This state consists of seven small principalities: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Sharjah, Ras al-Khaimah, Umm al-Quwain. The capital is Abu Dhabi. Indigenous people here are Arabs. A lot of foreign citizens live and work in the UAE – Europeans, Americans, Pakistanis, Iranians and Indians. Arabic is considered the official language, and English is also widely spoken.

Each principality, which is part of the UAE, has independence and represents an absolute monarchy. The main authority is considered the High Council, which consists of the rulers of the emirates. A president is elected from among them. Continue reading

Water tourism is a sport of vivid impressions!
There are not so many ways of spending leisure time that would be “three in one”: sports, recreation, and entertainment. And water tourism is a great option to make a…

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Cyprus. Tourism is a delicate matter
Tourism is a delicate matter. And therefore, if you are not going along the already well-known route, but to a completely new place, it’s worth planning everything carefully. Especially if…

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Sri Lanka - the island of elephants, tea and Buddhism
The island of Sri Lanka is rightly called the pearl of the Indian Ocean. Even in ancient times, Greek sailors, admiring the indescribable beauty, called it “Taprobana”, which means “cinnamon…

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