Sri Lanka is all you could ask if you’re look for a relaxing place with sand beaches, fresh food and people so kind and helpful you will feel ashamed. Just remember to have at least ten days to visit. Otherwise, you’ll end up like me - skipping some of the most famous spots like Sigiriya stone and tea plucking experience. But you will have fun swimming with giant turtles and eating fresh fish curry.
One night every month, Koh Samui turns into the party capital of Asia with its famous full moon beach parties. Thousands turn out from the world over to rave the night away on the beaches and party until the sun rises. This, however, is not everyone's cup of tea … Myself included, so what else does this tropical and lush island offer in the way of experiences? Well, you may just be pleasantly surprised …
You’ve probably heard about the Great Barrier Reef - the world’s largest coral formation. It is composed of over 2,900 individual reef and You can read about the incredible array of underwater species that live in this stunning natural wonder, but nothing compares to the thrill of seeing it with your own eyes.
If you are flying into New Zealand, there is a good chance you will be landing in Auckland – the largest city and home to the main airport. It is where one third of New Zealand’s population lives. Whether you stay in Auckland for a while or just spend a few days before venturing to the other smaller cities and remote wildernesses of Australia, there’s a lot to enjoy in the lovey “City of Sails.”