Bhutan, renowned for its majestic landscapes and unique cultural experiences, is now more accessible than ever for travellers, thanks to several key improvements in travel procedures.
Midsummer is over, but midsummer dreams live on in many minds and hearts and there are travel dreams to fulfill. So, what’s on your bucket list this time? In fact, this off-season could be the right time for budget travelling or plan ahead for fall tripping. If exotic islands are what you are dreaming of, here are a few exotic islands you can travel to.
All sun and sea, Aruba is a tiny, yet splendid Dutch Caribbean island. It lies 29 km north off the coast of Venezuela. The weather here is dry, sunny and windy. The ideal time for budget travelling here is between November and December, as most of the hotels and resorts offer discounted prices at this time of the year.
A heavenly paradise on earth, Palawan is a truly hidden beauty in the Philippines. Exotic, yet affordable holiday destination, it should top your budget travel list. It is the largest province in the country and is popular for its unique five-mile-long underground river and limestone caves.
A beautiful romantic paradise with stunning beaches and dense forest, Saint Lucia is an island country in the eastern Caribbean Sea. Its capital is Castries. Travel here for adventure and complete rejuvenation and wonderful natural spa experience. The sulphur spring inside the bowl of a volcano is a must visit.
Ischia Island lies in the Tyrrhenian Sea, in the Gulf of Naples, Italy. Of gardens, flowers, vineyards, chestnut forests and spa towns, this naturally pretty island attracts thousands of visitors year long. But the best time to visit is from April to October. The weather here is a little unpredictable. It’s sunny one moment and rainy the next.
This crescent shaped gem of a destination is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. A more popular travel destination, this mesmerising volcanic Greek island is famous for its stunning sunsets, spectacular landscape and its beautiful, unique black, white and red beaches.