Mandrem with the beach of the same name is located in North Goa, between Ashvem and Arambol, with whom he shares a long sand spit.
The village, as well as its neighbors, does not have a well-developed infrastructure, so backpackers, tourists with a modest budget, who want to rent a house cheaply, and lovers to be alone with themselves and their thoughts come here.
HOW TO GET THERE?
At the airport in Dabolim, go to the taxi desk located at the entrance to the building and hire a car. The Continue reading
Unawatuna is a small village surrounded by palm groves, fruit plantations and picturesque sandy beaches that came down as if from a picture of an advertising booklet. About 20 years ago, Discovery called the Unawatuna Main Beach one of the most beautiful in the world. Since then, a true pilgrimage to tourists tired of the cold and smog began in the south of Sri Lanka.
HOW TO GET THERE?
Unawatuna is 150 km from Colombo Airport. There are several ways to get to the resort.
Taxi. The trip will take about 3 hours and will cost about 100 USD. It is better to take an official taxi at Continue reading
Mahe is the largest and most developed island of the Seychelles archipelago. An area of 28 x 8 km is home to approximately 72,000 people, which is 80% of the total population of the state. Nearly ⅔ of the buildings are built on bulk land, as housing needs and infrastructure are very acute for the islanders. The epicenter of life is on the north and east coasts.
Mahe is in great demand among tourists, as the optimal balance between the benefits of civilization with noisy discos, asphalt roads, comfortable hotels, fashionable restaurants and natural beauties is found here. Mountains covered with emerald jungle pass into gorgeous beaches, framed by slender rows of coconut palms.
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