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Safari is a word that originated from a Swahili word ‘kusafiri’ and means journey. In times past, it meant people travelling to hunt animals for game but over the years, this has evolved and today, it is taken to mean a journey that includes game viewing and time spent in the wilderness e.g. game reserves, national parks. The focus now is more on viewing wildlife and birds along with a host of other sightseeing. In today’s definition, it refers to tourists visiting Africa.
Goa is smallest state of India. The state preserves a rich heritage and culture that is sufficient to pamper yourself.
Taxco is a beautiful city rich in New Spain culture as this is reflected in its majestic churches built during the viceroyalty in Mexico, where cobblestone streets and warm people leave us very pleased to have known this magical town.
One of the most visited cities in the State of Chiapas is San Cristóbal de las Casas, a place that had global resonance to be visited this year (2016) by father Francisco, who hosted a mass open air surrounded by the inhabitants of indigenous peoples.
Uncovering ancient geothermal pools and dipping into free waters surrounded by magnificent views. Two pools that you should not miss deeply in the mountains and on the valleys of the glacial volcanos.
One of the coolest capitals in Europe, Berlin is a vast, sprawling city which has a lot to offer the curious traveller. Notably, Berlin was the location of one of the most significant historical events of the 20th century: The fall of The Berlin Wall. Today, a significant portion of that wall remains and has been turned into a thought-provoking work of art for all to see.
The tourism potentials of Africa have not been very well harnessed over the years and there are only a handful of countries in Africa where the tourism industry is booming and impacted positively on their economy.
More than half a dozen cenotes are immersed in Valladolid, each of them with different landscapes and fauna to explore, one of the most impressive is the Zaci, which is among the largest open-pit, has a depth that ranges from 30 to 100 metres, and the best is that it is a few minutes from the historic centre.
The topic is chosen, the information is studied, the story plan is ready, so it's time to plot a route. After all, showing on the ground is the most important part of a tour. Without it, your event turns into a lecture. What exactly needs to be done?
Working with a group of 30-40 tourists and communication one-to-one require from the guide different approaches. In the first case, the guide directs the crowd: forwards it in the right direction, monitors its general emotional background, keeps in view all participants. When following an individual event you don’t need to disperse your attention to many people, but instead you should delve into interests and needs of every individual. What are the other differences of a personal tour?