Archive for February, 2010
Denmark’s oldest town is an actively green community. From alternative energy sources to organic dining, you can have a wonderfully green vacation in Ribe, Denmark. Make Danhostel Ribe your home as you explore the area.
The oldest city in Denmark isn’t stuck in the past. Ribe, Denmark, may have the trappings of the eighth century, but attention to the environment brings them from the past into the future.
From lodgings to restaurants to activities, you’ll find Ribe is more than just another old city. This Viking town’s full of educational attractions, and it has green lodgings and food that help take the guilt out of traveling. Where should you stay in Ribe?
The Danhostel Ribe is a hostel located in Ribe, near the Wadden Sea National Park. It has Green Key certification due to numerous environmentally friendly initiatives, like energy and water conservation measures, recycling, composting, eco-friendly herbicides and cleaning products, and eco-friendly food.
The Danhostel Ribe is also not spartan as you would expect from such lodging. They offer a great breakfast buffet every morning, wireless internet, climbing wall, and children’s activities for your benefit while visiting the area.
When you are ready to venture out for lunch or dinner, take your green standards with you. One great thing about Denmark in general is that restaurants use local produce and meats in their menus. Whether organic or not, this may vary depending upon the restaurant, but you will largely find that Ribe and the surrounding areas offer sustainable foods that you’ll enjoy.
All those people who love to visit different beautiful places cannot ignore the fact that Hawaii is one of the most beautiful places on the earth. This place is known for various beautiful landscapes, volcanoes, marvellous beaches, impeccable golf courses etc. One can blindly take the decision of holidaying in Hawaii, as this place offers a most distinguished holiday experience. Some of the most beautiful beaches of the world are found in Hawaii. There are some beaches in Hawaii which are longer than a mile.
There are various Hawaii travels agents available over the internet. Through these agents, you can get great discounts on various holiday packages in Hawaii. According to your budget, you can choose the places you want to visit in Hawaii. If you are among those people who love to participate in various types of water sports, you will be happy to know that Hawaii offers various opportunities to all the people for enjoying various water sports activities.
The island of Hawaii is also known by the name of “Big Island”. There are so many places to visit in Hawaii, that it is really not possible for everyone to see all these places. You can easily find a lot of hotels, where you can stay in Hawaii. You can choose from a list of hotels ranging from luxurious to ordinary hotels. Most of the people prefer to visit Hawaii in winters. The second best time to visit this place is in summers.
If you want to relax your body, mind and soul, then Big Island is the right place for you. You can relax yourself in the calm atmosphere offered by Hawaii. On the other hand, if you are among those people who want to see various places in Hawaii, then you have a lot of options. “Volcanoes National Park” is one of the most famous places in Hawaii. It attracts a large number of tourists from various parts of the world. There are various beautiful beaches and museums located in Oahu. Oahu is one of the largest islands in Hawaii.
Kerala is home to several wildlife sanctuaries. Wildlife lovers can plan tours to this south India state to explore its rich wildlife. The Western Ghats Mountains are a habitat to various flora and fauna. The major wildlife parks of Kerala are:
Peiryar Wildlife Sanctuary
Located around the Peiryar Lake in Idukki district of Kerala, Peiryar Wildlife
sanctuary was once hunting ground of the Maharajas of Travancore. It is now declared as a national park. While touring this park one can explore the herds of elephants, tigers, leopards, monkeys, nilgai, sloth bear, porcupine, the Malabar Flying Squirrel and lots of birds including the Great Indian Hornbill. One can tour this park in between December and April.
Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary is home to elephants, deer, gaur, tiger, wild boar and various birds including jungle fowl, wood peckers and king fishers.