Cruising in Galapagos Island is an unusual trip that makes your holiday more adventurous and exciting. If you want to enjoy the complete Island, you require at least eight days for covering the whole area. It is always advisable to visit the Island by ship available at variable costs.
These ships are well designed and equipped as they contain everything you require to enjoy your Galapagos Cruises. You can place an advance booking for a luxurious or a cheaper ship according to your budget. Galapagos is a chain of 18 Islands that was discovered by volcano eruption about 5 million years ago. This Island has various hot tourism attractions that makes your visit a life time experience.
Santa Cruz is one of the most lovable destinations located in the middle of Island chain. It is necessary to take a cruise for visiting this area. Once you board the cruise, you will find a guide that makes you familiar with the beautiful destination and varied animals. If you are not prepared with the cruise in advance then hotels on Galapagos Island can also help you for booking a cruise. Cruise not only takes you around the area but also tells you about the beautiful spots where you can click photographs for a memorable experience. Continue reading Cruising in Galapagos is exciting and adventurous
The Organizers of the 17th Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta 2012 (PIHABF) have developed this annual event to be the largest spectator event in the Philippines. Each year, bigger and better events, competitions and attractions are added to the Fiesta. The Fiesta site at Air Force City, Diosdado Macapagal International Airport, Clark Field has been enlarged to cope with the expected 100,000 visitors who will attend the coming Fiesta 9-12 February, 2012.
2012 Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta
To attract return visitors to the Fiesta, new activities are added each year. This year features a host of new displays and participants to thrill the crowds. Continue reading 17th Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta
The slogan “It’s more fun in the Philippines” stays even if there was a black and white vintage 1951 magazine ad “It’s more fun in Switzerland,” of the Swiss National Tourist Office.
Its more fun in the Philippines
Department of Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez declared it as a ‘coincidence,’ saying, “C’mon, you have to give BBDO more credit than that. The line isn’t a manufactured slogan. It is simply the truth about our country. Don’t be swayed by people who are trying to punch holes in it… Continue reading It’s more fun in the Philippines slogan is final