Uzbekistan is a country that is rich in its tourism attractions. There are rich architectural monuments and historical sites in the ancient legendary cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva and many others. Their marvels have been well known worldwide for centuries. Every year, tourists spanning more than 80 countries worldwide make

The Tanzanian Serengeti National Park located in northwestern Tanzania in the Mara and Simiyu regions is famed for its migration of millions of white-bearded wildebeest, magnificent scenery and an abundance of wildlife. The Maasai people have been grazing livestock in the eastern Mara Region for 200 years, dubbing it Serengeti

On 13-14th of April, Uzbek capital Tashkent is hosting 5th Uzbek International Tourism Fair UITF-2017 “World of Leisure”, one of the major international tourism fairs not only in CIS countries, but also for the region of all Central Asia. Thousands of professionals gather at one place, from Uzbekistan and all

On March 21st, more than 300 million people, living in the territory stretching from Xinjiang in the East, Macedonia in the West, the Indian Ocean in the South, and Russian regions of Tatarstan and Bashkortostan in the North celebrate the Navruz holiday. Navruz is translated as “New Day” and marks


CUBA Cigars, Buena Vista Social Club, Moros y Cristianos and Mojito are some of the images that come to one’s mind when one is asked to visualize Cuba. Cuba is indeed an enchanting island that will surprise you in many different ways. As legend insinuates that the exquisiteness of the

Uzbekistan celebrates 25th Anniversary of Independence

Uzbekistan celebrates 25th Anniversary of its Independence on 1st of September. During all these years, Uzbekistan has achieved impressive success in all areas of the country development, economy, improving people’s welfare and infrastructure. Today Uzbekistan is known as a rapidly and comprehensively developing and stable country, which is located in

A walk in the Atlas Mountains, getting off the beaten path to discover another civilization, a stroll through the old streets of the imperial cities, a méharée (camel ride) in the south: every journey is an opportunity to meet Moroccans. Be they intellectuals, craftsmen, artists or simple farmers – they

History has it that Langkawi coined its name from the word ‘Helang’ (eagle) and ‘Kiwi’ which denotes reddish brown or strong in old Malay. In fact, the reddish brown eagles or Lang Merah in Malay – can be found on the island. Another reference states that Langkawi derived its name

An icon of grandiose, decadence and everything majestic, Château de Versailles is one of the world’s revolutionary monuments, exemplifying the quintessential 18th century French architecture and art. Known as “Louis-Dieudonné” or the “Sun King”, King Louis XIV’s creation was manifested as symbols of power and influence in Europe as well

Nicknamed “Druk Yul” which denotes “Land of the Thunder Dragon” due to extreme storms that regularly come in from the Himalayas, the Kingdom of Bhutan has a very unique geography that brings about climatic variations to this small country in Southern Asia. The Kingdom only opened its door to foreign