Dubai Desert Safari

Dubai Desert – A Haven of Adventure, Culture and Solitude

The Dubai desert offers something incredible to everyone – adventure by the gallon, a wonderful study in culture, and for those who seek it...

Derawar Fort in the Cholistan Desert of Bahawalpur

Derawar Fort (Qila Derawar) is built by Hindu Rajput Rai Jajja Bhati of Jaisalmer in the Cholistan desert of Bahawalpur Pakistan. Derawar Fort is...
There is a small, unremarkable Shinto shrine below Bonet's pond in Gifu Prefecture's Seki City woods that stands at the foot of a hill overlooking a rectangular pond and the valley below. 

Bringing Art to Life at Monet’s Pond

There is a small, unremarkable Shinto shrine below Monet's pond in Gifu Prefecture's Seki City woods that stands at the foot of a hill...
The cats were primarily introduced to the island to prevent mice from chewing through fishing nets Image credit NITRONAT

Aoshima – The Cat Island

Aoshima island, is famous as “Cat Island”, actually a small island, where there are expressively more feline residents than people and inhabited by 15...

Shehr-e-Roghan – The Mysterious Cave City

In Balochistan, Pakistan there is a famous archaeological town called Shehr-e-Roghan referred to as the Cave City or city of Jinns. Cave City is...
According to some claims, Chandragup mud volcano in Jhal Jhao tehsil of Balochistan is the largest and highest volcano in the world.

Chandragup Mud Volcano, Baluchistan Pakistan

Pakistani Province Baluchistan is gifted with a diverse landscape. Among many geological wonders here, one big attraction is the presence of numerous mud volcanoes....
Dasht-e Kavir, is also known as “Kavir-e Namak” and “Great Salt Desert”, is a large desert lying in the middle of the Iranian plateau, around 300 kilometers east-southeast of Tehran.

Dasht-e-Kavir Desert – Iran

The Dasht-e-Kavir one of two deserts dominating the region's landscape is a mix of sand and salt as blinding in its whiteness as it...

Manjanggul Lava Tube Cave on Jeju Island

Manjanggul Lava Tube Cave on Jeju Island - The volcanic island of Jeju, which is located approximately 130 kilometers from the southern coast of...
The fort rising perpendicular and impregnable from a rocky hill that itself one of the most magnificent forts in India.

Mehrangarh Fort – A Perpendicular and Impregnable Fort

Mehrangarh Fort is also known as “Mehran Fort” located in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The foundation of the Mehran fort was decided on 12 May 1459...
The Kurdistan region adjacent to the Iran-Iraq border has a range of the Qandil Mountains.

The Kurdish Qandil Mountains

The Kurdistan region adjacent to the Iran-Iraq border has a range of the Qandil Mountains. This part of the mountainous area belongs to the...

Hansraj Lake – The Magical Natural Beauty will Feast Your Eyes

Hansraj Lake (The Majestic Swan or Shakara Lake), is a much unknown lake located between Ratti Gali Lake and Noori Nar Top in the...
The Cave (Ghar-e-Hira) is situated on mount Al-Noor on way to Mina near Makkah and its peak is visible from a great distance.

Jabal Al-Noor – The Mountain of Light in Makkah

Jabal al-Noor is also called “Mountain of Light”, or “Hill of Illumination”, and “Hill of Enlightenment” is a mountain near Makkah in Saudi Arabia's...

Singing Sand Dunes in Dunhuang

In Dunhuang, China, the Singing Sand Dunes produce a drumming or singing sound when the wind blows. About six kilometers south of Dunhuang, the...
This garden was made on the concept of a Persian paradise garden, from the canal, rise 410 fountains, which discharge into wide marble pools.

Shalimar Garden – Mughal Emperor Historical Garden

Lahore is popularly acknowledged as the city of gardens, some of the gardens are newly constructed but the main beauty of the city is...
The Nashtifan Windmills have been harnessed for centuries, even millennia, for various purposes, from sailing ships to grinding grain.

Nashtifan Windmills – Worlds Oldest Working Windmills

The Nashtifan Windmills have been harnessed for centuries, even millennia, for various purposes, from sailing ships to grinding grain. For example, the windmills of...
The Breathtaking Natural Beauty of Kanas Lake

The Breathtaking Natural Beauty of Kanas Lake

Kanas Lake (Also called Hanas which is the name used by local Kazakhsare) is a nature reserve that means beautiful, rich, and mysterious in...
Therefore, the construction continued up to the Ming dynasty (1368–1644), when the Great Wall became the world's largest military structure.

Old Dragon’s Head – Where Great Wall of China Ends

The Great Wall of China is one of the most wonderful pieces of architecture. It is the most aspiring building project ever made an...
This exclusive sinkhole is so exquisite, as limestone hollow, in Bimmah, boasts the kind of clear waters normally only seen on holiday postcards.

The Bimmah Sinkhole of Oman

The Bimmah Sinkhole, located in Hawiyat Najm Park, actually means “Meteor Fall” in Muscat Oman. Bimah sinkhole is a beautiful natural landmark, the best...
Tsurunoyu Onsen representing Nyūto Onsen-kyō in Akita Prefecture. A secret pool where one can experience the atmosphere of a wonderful ancient healing place. (Photograph courtesy of Tsurunoyu Onsen)

Onsen Bath – A Hot Spring Bathing Popular for Centuries

Onsen Bath Japan’s mountainous, volcanic terrain is home to tens of thousands of thermal hot spots, of which some 2,000 have been harnessed for tourists....

The Magnificent Blue Pond of Haikkaido Japan

The beautiful Blue Pond is situated on the left bank of River Bieigawa nearby the town of Biei in Hokkaido Island, Japan. It is...

Astola Island – Pakistan’s Breathtaking Gem

In the Arabian Sea, approximately 25 km off the coast of Balochistan, a large hidden uninhabited island lies, which is just 7 km long...

Lot’s Wife- A Dramatic Uninhabited Island of Japan

Lot's Wife is also called Widow's Crag is a volcanic, deserted island located in the Philippine Sea. Lot’s Wife lies about 650 KM south...
The eye-catching Mosque was built in 9th century by Abbasid caliph Al-Mutawakkil who reigned (in Samarra) from 847 until 861. In the 12th century, the Mosque was gradually destroyed and fell into disuse after Hulagu Khan's invasion of Iraq.

The Great Mosque of Samarra, Iraq

The Great Mosque of Samarra is the most prominent structure, spiraling up from the ground. The Great Mosque of Samarra is located in Samarra...

The Narrow Slot Colored Canyon of Egypt

The Colored Canyon is a narrow slot canyon located near the town of Nuweiba, in Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. Therefore, it’s named derived because of...
The meaning of catacombs of Kom Kom El Shoqafa is “Mound of Shards” is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Middle Ages.

The Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, Alexandria Egypt

The catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa actually a historical archaeological site located, just to the west of Pompey's Pillar, Alexandria in Egypt. The meaning...