Culture in Vietnam
Boat trip on Ha Long Bay

Vietnam has one of the world’s most phenomenal cultures that has been influenced through many years of colonial times, war and immigration. If you travel to a foreign country, with such a great cultural difference from Denmark, it is convenient to know basic elements in this. Below you can read more about religion and philosophy, […]

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Weather and Climate in Vietnam
Ho Chi Minhs mausoleum

When to travel to Vietnam? In Vietnam, there are four seasons that follow the Danish seasons in terms of calendar. However, the winter is warmer and the precipitation is less concentrated. In the middle of Vietnam, there are two seasons – a rainy season and a dry season. If, on the other hand, you travel […]

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Travel to Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia
Cu Chi tunnels

With a trip to Vietnam, you will experience the perfect travel country. A trip to Vietnam offers fantastic nature, a very special culture and delicious food – and not least an incredible story that includes old empires, colonial times and countless wars. This has left its mark and makes Vietnam a living history book. The […]

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Places to Visit in Vietnam
War Remnants Museum

Boat trip on Ha Long Bay Ha Long Bay is perhaps Vietnam’s most iconic natural area. The area was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. The bay is a giant archipelago, with 3,000 islands of various sizes and shapes, scattered throughout Halong. Most limestone peaks protrude sporadically and freely from the limestone green […]

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Travel to Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia
Trekking in North Vietnam

Before departure for Vietnam Read about passports, visas, vaccinations and the practicalities Vietnam is well on its way out of the dark past of the war and has opened its borders, so today it is possible to experience the country’s fascinating nature and the kindness and hospitality of the people. On this page you will […]

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Mountaineering in Tibet Part II
Mountaineering in Tibet

Sakya-pa sect Is a small sect, Gray Earth, which has its principal headquarters in the Sakya monastery southeast of Lhatse in Central Tibet. Sakya arose in 1073 and quickly allied itself with the Mongol court and the spiritual head, Sakya-Pandita became the teachings of the Mongol emperor. Sakya had its heyday in the 13th and […]

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Mountaineering in Tibet Part I
Shisha Pangma

Mountaineering in Tibet is obvious as it is optimally located in the beautiful Himalayan mountains. Lhakpa Ri is located next door to Mount Everest on the north side of Tibet and is a possible expedition destination for experienced mountaineers. Lhakpa Ri shares a base camp with Mount Everest and is located on the eastern Rongbuk […]

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The Dalai Lama Institution under Gelugpa
The Dalai Lama Institution under Gelugpa

The Dalai Lama Institution is a direct result of Gelugpa sect founder Tsong Khapa’s predictions that his nephew Gedun Drup (1st Dalai Lama 1391-1474) would be the first of a series of incarnations of Avalokitesvara. It was Gedun Drup who, in honor of his teacher, Khedrup Je, founded the Tashilünpo Monastery in Tibet’s second largest […]

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Tibetan Mountain Pearls
Tibet and China

We are on the Tibetan plateau. The sky is clear and beautiful, pure Tibetan idyll. On the horizon radiates the summit of Everest, next to Cho Oyu. Tingri is a windswept village situated on a solitary hill on a large strange plain. It’s about. 100 houses in the old Tibetan part, twenty Chinese military barracks […]

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Rules of Conduct for Bear Contact
Rules of Conduct for Bear Contact

In general, the bear avoids people. If he has a chance to avoid humans, the bear will do so too. Therefore, you should appreciate the encounter with a bear in the wild as an extraordinary event and do not need to fear a bear attack. Always remember, bears don’t like surprises. If you are out […]

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Settlement History and Architecture of Turkmenistan
Architecture of Turkmenistan

The largest city in the country is the capital Ashgabat, located in the south of the country, with an estimated population of around 500,000 to 950,000. Four other cities have a population of more than 100,000. Specifically, these are Daschogus in the north (280,000 residents), Turkmenabat in the northeast (235,000 residents, formerly Tschardschou), Mary in […]

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Migration Currents to Brazil
Migration to Brazil

Of the approximately 6 million immigrants received by Brazil, 70% were of Portuguese, Spanish and Italian origin. Among the others, Germans (Germans), Slavs (Russians, Poles and Ukrainians) and Asians (Japanese and Syrian-Lebanese) stood out. The arrival of Portuguese people was more or less continuous since the 16th century, but immigrants of other nationalities, as a […]

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The Most Beautiful Outdoor Pools in Vienna
The most beautiful outdoor pools in Vienna

Anyone who spends the summer in Vienna has the opportunity to cool off in the numerous outdoor pools. I have selected the most beautiful swimming pools in town for you – this is where you get that real holiday feeling! With these hot temperatures, only one thing helps: cool down! Fortunately, there are numerous outdoor […]

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Curious about South Africa
Curious about South Africa

A trip to South Africa is just as unbeatably beautiful as you would expect. The country offers an overwhelming diversity of animals and nature and contains most of the history and culture. You get to experience fertile vineyards, long coastlines and a modern city. After a visit to the fantastic Cape Town with Taffelberget and […]

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Sightseeing in Azores
Sete Citades lake in the Azores

The people of the Azores are not exactly happy when it is said of their islands that they are “at the end of the world”. The inhabitants of the energetic archipelago see it completely differently. For them, this region is something very special, even if their national home is distant Portugal. They proudly point out […]

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Sights in Turkish Riviera
Voyage Sorgun Beach

The Turkish Riviera is the name given to the southern Mediterranean coast of Turkey between the resorts of Kemer in the west and Alanya in the east. The destination airport for this wonderful travel destination is usually Antalya. Other important vacation spots are Belek and Side. The area is particularly popular with travelers because of […]

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Sights in Cancun
View over the beach of Cancun

With its white sandy beaches and diverse tourist infrastructure, Cancun is one of the hotspots for tourists in Mexico. The city and the Yucatán peninsula are shaped by a unique natural landscape, paradisiacal beaches and countless opportunities to get to know the Mayan culture. Most of the hotels are located in the Zona Hotelera, which […]

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Poznan Travel Guide
POZNAN

Poland’s sympathetic Poznan, halfway between Berlin and Warsaw, is one of the country’s oldest cities. The destination of Poznań may be unknown, but the 2012 European Football Championship is fascinating with its history and leisure opportunities. AS A DESTINATION FOR POZNA At birthplaces in Poland The Polish state originated in the Poznan region in the […]

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ATTRACTIONS IN TATARSTAN
FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN TATARSTAN

FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN TATARSTAN The Volga River is the widest in Tatarstan, where it is 40 kilometers from the opposite bank. Direct flights to Tatarstan It is easy to travel from Finland to Tatarstan, as Finnair operates direct flights from Helsinki to Kazan three times a week. Flight time is about two and […]

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Tanzania – Feel The Pulse Of The African Wilderness
TANZANIA - FEEL THE PULSE OF THE AFRICAN WILDERNESS

Caribou Tanzania! Become one with nature and get up close and personal with the Big Fives of Africa. On this extraordinary route you also have the opportunity to spend the night in the open air and wave to the chimpanzees while they are trekking. In a good two weeks you will experience selected highlights including […]

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