World's deadliest tourist Destination.
World's deadliest tourist Destination.
Editor-Jitendra Kumar Jitu
Travelling should be more than packing bags, travelling long way to a 7star hotel and visiting some of most likely visited tourist destination. According to my idea of holiday, if you have a charged pocket, a desire to taste some adventure (or taste death) then you must visit Somalia. Somalia is on the Horn of Africa, and is bordered by Ethiopia to the west, Djibouti to the north-west, and Kenya on its south-west. On June 21, the US Federal Government has issued a Travel Warning for the country. Travel to Somalia is EXTREMELY NOT recommended as the conflict continues.
Somalia is noted as the world's unsafe travel destination and is one of the most dangerous places on Earth.
Somalia is home to the largest coastline in Africa, good hotel and food bargains and the beautiful mountains. In 2004, Somalia's minister of tourism claimed that the country hadn't had an officially-acknowledged tourist in 14 years. The problem? Civil war and fighting among warlords seeking to gain control of drug and weapons trafficking has left Somalia a burning wreck of what was once a beautiful country.
Since the civil war broke out in 1990, Somalia is divided into no less than two dozen warring groups. The proprietors of most of the Hotels may serve delicious lobster on the roof overlooking the sea, but they also advise that visitors hire at least 10 armed guards to get them from the airport to the hotel. The United States doesn't even operate an embassy in Somalia, so you're truly on your own. Terrorist attacks, cross-border warring and brutal, violent street crime wrack the country on a daily basis. So why would you want to visit Somalia? The answer probably would be adventure.
The Safety Tips:
1. Somalia is a Muslim country. As such, be sensitive about where you point your camera. There are many great photo opportunities around every corner (the question is usually what to leave out of each image), but when photographing people, always ask first. Don't ever try to take pictures of women, even if you're a woman yourself. This is considered a great offense and can even result in more than a few harsh words. Also don't try to take pictures of anything that looks as if it could be of any strategic importance.
2. Alcohol is prohibited in Somalia and possessing alcohol will get you into a lot of trouble - and never drink and drive.
3. Never discuss religion. Even highly-educated Somalis who studied abroad won't appreciate it and doors will close for you. Also be aware that the Islamic call to prayer happens five times daily and can be heard loudly almost anywhere you go. Just understand that most Somali people are used to it and enjoy it as part of the cultural experience. If you aren't Muslim, it is not expected for you to participate, but you should always sit quietly and respectfully until the prayers end.
4. Do Take care of your clothing as you are visiting a Muslim country.
As with any travel in a war zone, exercise extreme caution. And for a last pray for a safe landing back to your town.
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Top 10 Great Places To Visit In The Balkans
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Top 10 Great Places To Visit In The Balkans
The Balkan isn’t a major tourist destination as other European countries, but there are more and more people visiting this region and there’s a good reason for that – the countries that are situated in the Balkan peninsula are amazing tourist spots filled with great architecture, delicious food, rich culture and the best part of all is that they are all affordable.
Read below to find which ten places caught our attention. We definitely believe that these destinations are worth seeing! It’s up to you to find out more and decide where are you going to spend your next vacation on the Balkan, or even better – come up with a Balkan tour.
1. Lake Bled
Lake Bled is truly one of the most beautiful lakes in whole Europe! No matter what time of the year you visit it, this place promises picturesque landscape. It lies in the Julian Alps, in the northwest part of Slovenia and here it adjoins the small town of Bled. This place is perfect for rest and relaxation, as you can walk around the lake, admire the crystal clear water and the greenery surrounding you.
2. Plitvice National Park
The Plitvice National Park is home to the same called waterfalls and we assure you that these are unforgettable! When it comes to Croatia, you have probably heard so many times about Dubrovnik or Split, but Plitvice is another attraction that you would regret not seeing it. We’re talking about 16 lakes and 90 waterfalls; water with the most amazing turquoise color – this is a view that will take your breath away!
Located in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar is a small town that will charm you completely. We’ll start with Stari Most, which literally means old bridge – it was built in the 16th century and it represents the most important architectural landmark in the town. The river Neretva flows through the bridge, that connects the two sides of Mostar. However, there’s more to be seen, so go ahead and visit this beautiful town!
4. Lake Ohrid
Lake Ohrid is one of the oldest lakes in Macedonia, and Europe as well. Since 1980, it is declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with the small town of Ohrid situated on the lake’s border. Visiting this place is going to be a wonderful experience no matter when would you go, but note that in summer there are more events, parties and tourists in general, so the atmosphere is more vibrant. Once you go there, make sure to visit the local churches, taste the cuisine and enjoy the beauty of the lake!
Plovdiv is one of the oldest towns in Europe, and by some literally the oldest. The town is also called the City of the Seven Hills because it is built on seven hills around the Maritsa river. Being such an old town, there are many important historic parts in Plovdiv, as there are many remains of the Roman Empire. Plovdiv is an affordable tourist destination that promises a lot to tourists, as there are many events going on over there – no wonder why some call it the culture capital of Bulgaria!
Kotor is a small seaside town located in Montenegro and it is the place where you definitely would like to visit your summer vacation. There are many reasons why you should visit this town – the blue, clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, the wonderful architecture with old houses and the port, the delicious food and wine… The list goes on and on! As of 2017, the town of Kotor was declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
More and more people get to know the wonderful beauty within Albania. This country has breathtaking beaches to see and it’s no wonder why the number of tourists just gets bigger each year. Ksamil is one of the places that you should see. It’s a village located in the riviera of Southern Albania, and the nearby islands are called the same. The islands and the town as well, are part of the Butrint National Park.
You’ve heard so much about Mikonos, Santorini, Crete, Athens and the list can go on and on when it comes to summer fun with beaches and sea in Greece. However, not that many people know about a wonderful attraction in the center of the country – we’re talking about Meteora. It is a rock formation where one of the most largest Eastern Orthodox churches is situated and it’s position it makes things even more beautiful. Meteora is declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Brasov is one of the most visited towns in Romania and there is a reason for that – it is a home of amazing architecture, warm spirit and wonderful food. It is a very old town and therefore it will be easy to see signs from all the centuries that Brasov has been through. You must visit the Town Square that is surrounded with small, colorful baroque houses and the Black Church, which is the largest Gothic church in Romania.
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Top 10 Travel Memories of 2017
HAPPY NEW YEAR! What an exciting, adventurous and spontaneous year 2017 has been -- without question, the best year of my life! In this video, I share my top 10 highlights of the year after visiting 43 countries, 79 cities, 6 continents and making hundreds of new friends and thousands of lifelong memories.
365 days ago, on January 1, 2017, Deanna randomly surprised me with a Canon EOSM3, and it inspired me to start making videos. At first, my growth was slow and frustrating -- as I only posted about 2 videos on FB per month... But I stuck with it, keep grinding and learning, and 143 videos later, I am humbled to say more than 54 million people have watched my videos.
It's crazy to look back over the years and see how I've transitioned every year to something else. In 2013, I graduated college from UW-Madison. In 2014, I was making a full-time income from teaching English in South Korea. In 2015, I was living off travel blogging (affiliate marketing, advertising & sponsors). In 2016, I was collaborating with huge brands on Snapchat, and monetizing that platform was enough to earn income while traveling for free. And in 2017, I've found my niche with short travel videos (which I honestly enjoy the most!) and I've been able to attract even bigger sponsors. I also just upgraded cameras to a Panasonic Lumix GH5!
Whatever you do in life, you have to keep making the necessary pivots to keep climbing up the ladder. I am so excited to see what's in store for 2018!
THANK YOU TO ALL MY FAMILY, FRIENDS AND NEW FACES I MET IN 2017 WHO MADE THIS YEAR SO SPECIAL FOR ME. If one thing's for sure, this ride is going to continue moving forward.
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