9 Most Unique Travel Places In The World
|Posted by Made Kamayasa on Mon May 19, 2014|
|Update News >>|
1. Vacation To the Moon
Space adventures provides the opportunity for you to take off in a Soyuz spacecraft for circumlunar mission. During the seven-day space flight, which reaches a top speed of 17,000 miles per hour, you will see the stars, which illuminate the far side of the moon, and the earth from 250,000 miles. The candidate should be trained for four months with Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia. Two seats are available for $ 100 million.
2 . A $ 1 Million Vacation
The battle is brewing for bragging rights of the most expensive holiday. "Incarnate pure luxury" Emirates Palace resort in Abu Dhabi announced a Million Dollar tour packages along with first class airfares and seven nights at a giant suite at the Palace.
Chauffeur-driven Maybach at your disposal daily during your stay in Abu Dhabi .
Daily SPA treatments.
Day trip in private jet to Iran where you will be in a country of their own carpet maker by hand the most exclusive and most famous is the Persian state. Day trip to Bahrain in private jet for "a pearl deep sea experience, "with a pearl hand-designed arrangement.
Emirates hopes the trip was to get a slot in the Guinness Book of World Records. But it turns out that Leading Hotels of the World has its own ode to opulence. That $ 1 million worldwide in 80 Ways trip, which plays off the storied journey of Phileas Fogg, lets travelers create experiences around the world-fantasy of the 19th century with 21st century comfort and flair.
3 . A Vacation With Real Mermaids
At the junction of West Florida, where the 21st century runs headlong into 1947, is a roadside attraction that must be seen to be believed. There is no Disney cartoon characters or underwater mannequins, but living, breathing, bubble-blowing mermaids just an hour drive north of Tampa. Weeki Wachee Springs attracts tourists from all over the world, and during its heyday attracted celebrities including Elvis Presley. However in recent times the park has fallen into disrepair and is faced with a few financial and political crisis.
Weeki Wachee is a theater built into a natural spring-allowing the audience to get into the underwater world without getting wet. With environmental laws today, there may never be another place like it in the United States tail Wearing their colorful Lycra, mermaids perform choreographed routines and stories and are sometimes joined by fish, turtles, and manatees-creatures some say inspired the original mermaid legends.
4 . A Naked Vacation
A poll of fun-but-unscientific found that Americans are more open to the idea of â€‹â€‹naked vacations, aka nakations. The poll found that 48 percent of Americans would be willing to bare it all at a nude beach. That's up from 31 percent last year. Why the increased interest in nakations? Is the American attitude 'about nudity loosening? Traveler or just looking to travel light-so they can avoid the hefty baggage fees now imposed by many airlines?
All you need for the week (sunscreen, cap, sunglasses, shoes and toiletries) can fit in a small carry-on that fits under the seat, avoiding even carry-on bag fees. But saving money on baggage is one thing. But what about the risk of sunburn " down there? "It is a real concern, experts say. In other words, slather on if you take all of these.
5. A Vacation Where You Can Swim With Pigs
Swimming with dolphins? You can go better! Visit porcines paddle on Big Major Cay and jump in for a swim if you are brave enough. They will not bite-well, as long as you do not whisper "BLT" within earshot.
6 . A Vacation In A Little People Themed Park
If you 've hit up all the valleys Sea Worlds and Wisconsin world, why not take a trip to a make-believe by the city with a little bit? According to TEA , Asia has the fastest-growing theme - park market with 77.6 million visitors for Asia's top 15 parks alone. One of the biggest openings in the area recently was the 2009 blockbuster debut of Dwarf Empire, a hilltop park in southern China devoted to-and almost entirely staffed by-people under four feet. The park also gained worldwide media coverage for employing many high-challenged countries, which traditionally have had a hard time finding a job. Thanks to the park, many dwarves China is now employed as everything from janitors to crown-wearing queen.
7 . A trip to Afghanistan
Although it is not considered safe for tourists at the moment, many look forward to be able to visit Afghanistan in the near future. Why? Take a look at some incredible places you will be able to visit and decide for yourself. Are you on vacation to Afghanistan? Tthe City of Screams, the tower of Ghazni, the Blue Mosque-these are just some of the incredible sites of Afghanistan. Astonishing lakes, ancient destroyed cities and breathtaking scenery may persuade you to think a little differently about this war torn but still spectacular country.
8 . A Ghost Tourism
While reminiscent of Halloween ghosts and goblins, did you know that many ghost tours are available throughout the year? Florida offers a collection of tours and excursions guaranteed to scare up the need to plan a day trip or weekend getaway. As entertaining them informative, ghost tours explore paranormal phenomenon that may have you believe ... or not
9 . An Underwater Vacations
Talk about an extreme vacation! An Australian adventurer for two weeks living underwater , riding a bicycle to generate electricity and using algae to produce oxygen! Breathing air provided by algae soaked in his own urine, "Aquanaut" Lloyd Godson spent 12 days living in a yellow steel capsule submerged in a flooded gravel pit.
The claustrophobic ordeal 29-year-old was meant to explain the practical and psychological challenges of living in a foreign environment. His temporary home, 10ft long box, this is referred to as "habitat for the world's first underwater self-contained, self-sufficient. "Back on dry land, and a champagne toast to the success of the trial, he claimed to suffer from cabin fever.
Last changed: Tue Mar 03, 2015 at 8:44 pm
|No comment found|