5 bright ideas for promoting travel and tourism companies online

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with more and more travel and tourism companies emerged, small travel businesses are trying hard to be competitive and outstanding among competitors. Then, what’s the key to success? Knowing how to promote companies and stand out is significant. 5 bright ideas here recommended to market your travel and tourism companies online.

PALAU TOURISM – Pristine Paradise in Pacific Ocean

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Welcome to Palau,

One island nation in the Pacific Ocean that has 8 large islands and 250 small islands with tremendous appeal. Neighboring Indonesia and the Philippines, Palau is located about 200 km north of West Papua, 255 km east of North Maluku, 500 km east of North Sulawesi, and 500 km east of the Philippines. Although the Republic of Palau has many islands, but the population of only a few islands. While other small islands are uninhabited.

Islands in the country with the capital Ngerulmud is famous for its beautiful beach with a blue bay and has a shape like an umbrella. No wonder, if Palau is known as one of the Seven Wonders of the Underwater World.

One of them is Rock island and the surrounding rocks that became a tourist destination when they set foot in Palau. Many tourists who come to Palau who want to spend their time enjoying the beauty of the underwater world. And some areas that become the target of the tourists include blue corner, blue hole, German Channel, Ngermeaus Island, and lake Ubur-jellyfish.

Located in the equatorial surroundings makes the small islands in Palau have several blocks of tropical rain forests with diverse fauna. The Republic of Palau is indeed rich in Micronesian flora and fauna. Not nanggung, 10 islands in the Republic of Palau even serve as a nature reserve and 3 other islands into a tourist park and hunting park that unfortunately to miss. Exotic birds fly around the small islands of the archipelago of Palau. Habitat crocodiles that sneak through the mangroves. Not to forget the beauty of the 70 species of orchids growing around the waterfall and the highest peak of Mount Ngerchelechuus.

In addition to presenting the natural beauty, Palau also offers the beauty of history and culture that is also a tourist attraction for foreigners. Tourists can visit the village of Babeldaob, which is famous for its historic sites and local cultures.

Well, for those who want to prove the beauty of the Republic of Palau, you can go to the island nation either through land or sea transportation. Palau International Airport is located in Koror with direct flights serving passengers from and to Guam and Manila, Philippines. In addition, Palau also has many ports with 12 large ports that reach all over the country.


MADAGASCAR TOURISM – The Eight Continent

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Welcome in Madagascar,

A country that occupies the world’s fourth largest island of the same name. Located in the Indian Ocean, off the east coast of Africa. Behind the beauty of this island paradise, dubbed the world’s germplasm, Madagascar also has an ancient city that is not less exciting for disimbangi, namely antananarivo, which became the capital of the country of Madagascar.

This city is one of the most interesting parts of this nation. The old town was founded around the year 1625 it has a long history and unique. In addition, the natural beauty and charm of the local population are descended from a mix, make the city more attractive to tourists visited the world.

When traveled to Madagascar, a time to see the stone labyrinth Tsingy de Bemaraha which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Limestone plateau covering an area of ​​152,000 hectares is adorned by a row of tall stone with a sharp peak. This deciduous forest region also provides a charming opportunity for tourists to get to see a variety of exotic birds, brown lemurs, and if you are lucky, might be able to see the white Decken’s sifaka lemur is rare.

Do not miss the special opportunity in the form of traditional buggy ride up to the suburbs and across the Avenue of the Baobabs decorated extraordinary baobab tree. Only about 45 minutes north of Morondava on the west coast of Madagascar, this region is one of the most attractive sites visited by many tourists in the Region Menabe.

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CAPE VERDE TOURISM – A real beach lover’s paradise

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Welcome to Cabo Verde…or Cape Verde,

A republic located in the chain of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, on the west coast of Africa. Cape Verde Islands located in the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 570 kilometers (350 mi) off the coast of West Africa, which is close to Mauritania and Senegal. Cape Verde is a member of the Macaronesia ecoregion.

Cape Verde is an island country is divided into two major parts of the island. The main tourist islands are Sal and Boa Vista island with a variety of amazing travel destinations. menwan row of islands with white sand beaches of the exotic cape verde tourism also has a variety of exotic fauna were amazing.

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Madagascar Tourism & Vacations

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Madagascar is a country that occupies a large island of the same name, located in the Indian Ocean off the eastern coast of Africa. It is the fourth largest island in the world.

The first people arrived in Madagascar between 350 BC and 550 AD from Borneo on outrigger canoes. These Austronesian first settlers were joined around 1000 AD by Bantu migrants crossing the Mozambique Channel.

Other groups such as Arabs, Indians, and Chinese continued to settle on Madagascar over time, each one making lasting contributions to Malagasy cultural life. The Malagasy way of thinking includes a mixture of cultures, as well as their appearance and fashion style. It is a melting pot. Madagascar is part of the African Union, but that is now being reconsidered due to the recent 2009 political turmoil regarding the African Union members.

See in Madagascar
Tsingy de Bemaraha is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is Madagascar’s largest reserve (152,000 hectares). The fascinating raised limestone plateau is decorated with a frail, chaotic razor-sharp collection of pinnacles, the “Tsingy”, also called the Labyrinth of Stone. Areas of deciduous forest also provide the chance to see brown lemurs and a variety of bird life, we may also meet the rare all white Decken’s sifaka. The great variety of flora includes: aloes, orchids, numerous pachypodium and baobabs. The deciduous forest is home to over 50 species of birds; 7 species of lemurs (including the all-white Deckens sifaka) and the rare stump-tailed chameleon (Brookesia perarmata). The site of Bemaraha is managed under special UNESCO and access is restricted and the areas you are allowed to visit vary from time to time. Located approximately 180 km north of Morondava.

Tsingy de Ankarana is a small version of the Tsingy de Bemaraha. This park in the north is on the national road to Antisirana and thus easily accessible. The park also is home to three types of lemurs, chameleons,…

Avenue of the Baobabs is an extra-ordinary stand of huge baobab trees. Located 45 minutes north of Morondava on Madagascar’s west coast it is one of the most visited sites in the Menabe Region. A candidate as one of the 7 Wonders of Africa; efforts are underway to protect this unique grove of more than a dozen trees. Some of the trees, Adansonia grandidieri, are over 800 years old and reach a height of 30+ meters. Truly a photographers paradise and especially beautiful at sunset. The cheapest way to get there is to take a taxi-brousse to the ‘croissement a Belo’ (14km) and walk north for 1.5 hours.

Note: tours combine the Tsingy, a three day piroque boat trip and the Allee de Baobap in 7 days for 200 or more euro dependent on group size. This is most easily arranged in and from Antsirabe.

Do in Madagascar
Kite and Windsurfing, Emerald Sea (Fly to Diego). Between April and November there is a constant 30 knot wind making this one of the best surfing spots in the southern hemisphere.

Guided Kayaking, Ile Sainte Marie. See the country from a different angle. Explore the coastline of beautiful Sainte Marie with a local guide. Overnight at different local hotels each night and interact with the people. Explore villages and relax in hidden coves. Crystal clear and calm water – no experience required and one does not have to be ultra fit.

Deep Sea Fishing, Nosy Be, Get away from the overfished waters of Nosy Be and head out, in luxury, to the Radamas or Mitsio islands. Sailfish, Kingfish, King Mackerel and Wahoo all waiting for you.

Wildlife Tour, ☎ +1 206.669.9272, Madagascar’s plant and animal species are extraordinary (over 80% exist nowhere else), so visitors shouldn’t miss seeing the Lemurs, Tortoise, Geckos, Chameleons and unusual flora. Roads are dismal, however, and the country’s minimal infrastructure makes it challenging for independent travellers. Book a tour with a reputable company that knows the country well. US-based Apex Expeditions runs a pretty comprehensive wildlife safari.

Volunteering: Madagascar offers many different opportunities for volunteering and giving back, such as wildlife conservation with Lemurs, construction or social work. There are many ways to get in contact with the desired volunteer project, one of which is a comparison platform. On Volunteer World, a social startup from Germany, for example, you can search and compare all volunteering options in Madagascar.

Botswana Tourism & Vacations

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Botswana is a land-locked country located in Southern Africa and bordering on Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia.

Botswana is famous for its wildlife, areas like the Chobe National Park, Moremi National Park in the Okavango Delta and the Central Kalahari Game Reserve have a very high concentration of game.

The bulk of the Kalahari desert falls within Botswana’s borders and Botswana is home to most of the world’s San (bushman) population.

The economy, one of the most robust on the continent, is dominated by diamond mining and tourism.

Talk in Botswana, Southern Africa
The official languages of Botswana are English and Tswana. Kalanga is spoken near the Zimbabwe border areas, and is similar to Shona.

The language of business in Botswana is English and most people in urban areas speak it, although in the more rural areas many people do not speak English, particularly the older generations. The primary indigenous tongue is Tswana, and is the first language of the overwhelming majority of the population. It is not difficult to learn basic greetings and such, and using these in conversation will make people very happy.

See in Botswana, Southern Africa
Wildlife is Botswana’s main draw. Wildlife parks compose nearly one-fifth of the country. In these parks you will find lions, cheetahs, crocodiles, hippos, elephants, antelope, wild dogs, and hundreds of species of birds. Visitors can take safaris and stay in lodges running the gamut from inexpensive dorms for backpackers with tour buses to $1,000+/night private lodges with your own maid & driver.

Among southern Africa’s most impressive—and popular—wildlife destinations is the Okavango Delta where the Okavango River widens into the world’s largest inland delta. Lying in the middle of the arid Kalahari, the swamps & water channels attract animals from thousands of kilometers around and triples in size (to 100 000 sq. km.!) during floods in July and August. Nearby Chobe National Park has a large population of elephants and it’s also easy to spot many of Africa’s well-known species, especially zebras and lions. The bleak salt pans of Makgadikgadi Pans National Park attract a large number and variety of birds year-round. Other great game parks include Nxai Pan National Park, Mokolodi Nature Reserve, & Gemsbok National Park.

Most of the native tribes in Botswana only dress in traditional outfits and perform rituals for tourists. Nevertheless, for the culture-cravers, the villages of D’Kar and Xai-Xai have many offerings, including arts, crafts, and the opportunity to participate in various rituals. Tsodilo Hills contain one of the largest collections of rock art on the continent.

Buy in Botswana, Southern Africa
Botswana’s currency is the pula’, often locally symbolised as “P”; its ISO 4217 code is BWP placed directly before the amount with no intervening space.

Banknotes circulate in denominations of BWP10, BWP20, BWP50, BWP100 and BWP200. You can find 5, 10, 25, and 50 thebe coins, together with BWP1, BWP2 and BWP5 pieces and 100 thebe equals one pula. In Setswana, pula means “rain” and thebe means “shield.” Rough conversions were BWP10.61=USD1, BWP11.35=€1, BWP13.13=GBP1 and BWP0.78=ZAR1 in Jan 2017.

For the independent traveller prices in Botswana compare to neighbouring South Africa. Notable exceptions are petrol and diesel which are about a third cheaper in Botswana, and alcohol, which is about a third more expensive.

Eat in Botswana, Southern Africa
Indigenous Botswana cuisine is similar to the rest of southern Africa and offers little to inspire. Beef is taken seriously and can be of exceptional quality. The braai is a popular cuisine.

Stay safe
People in Botswana are very friendly and the crime rate is low. There isn’t much to worry about on this front. Nevertheless, crime has been on the rise over the past several years, so always be aware of your surroundings. Basic common sense will keep you safe from the predatory wildlife in rural areas. Botswana happens to be one of the safest countries in Africa, no civil war, less corruption, human rights, no natural disasters e.g earthquakes or tsunamis.

Costa Rica Tourism & Vacations (Full Video HD)

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Costa Rica is a small country in Central America bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the south, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Caribbean Sea to the east.

Cities in Costa Rica
1 – San José – The capital.
2 – Cartago – Costa Rica’s first capital
3 – Dominical – the South Pacific coast’s largest city, among incredibly biodiversity and natural beauty
5 – Alajuela – location of Juan Santamaría International Airport
6 – Heredia – Coffee plantations
7 – Liberia – Location of Daniel Oduber International Airport and gateway to the beaches of Guanacaste, such as Samara, Nosara, Carillo
8 – Puerto Limón – Main city on the Caribbean side
9 – Puntarenas – Ferry to Nicoya Peninsula
10 – Quesada – the largest city by far in the country’s North, surrounded by hot springs popular with Costa Rican vacationers

Destinations in Costa Rica
1 – Cahuita National Park
2 – Chirripo National Park
3 – Cocos Island National Park
4 – Corcovado National Park
5 – Arenal Volcano – active volcano
6 – Manuel Antonio National Park
7 – Monteverde and Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserves
8 – Pacuare River and Protected Zone
9 – Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park

See in Costa Rica
(( Wildlife )) – Costa Rica is world famous for having an incredibly high level of biodiversity throughout its tropical forests (this covers what you may hear referred to as rain forests, cloud forests, and dry forests). There are tropical mammals such as monkeys, sloths, tapirs, and wild cats as well as an amazing assortment of insects and other animals. There are many many birds (both migratory and resident) – more on that below. With 25% of the country being national parks and protected areas, there are still many places you can go to see the abundant wildlife and lush vegetation of the country. Just like anywhere, the farther you get off the beaten path, the more likely you are to see a wide variety of flora and fauna.

(( Bird Watching )) – One of the most wonderful activities for people who love nature is bird watching. You can enjoy bird watching in many areas of Costa Rica. Due to the great diversity of climates, temperatures and forest types in Costa Rica, there is a wonderful variety of birds, with over 800 species. Some helpful books available on bird watching are Birds of Costa Rica by F. Gary Stiles and Alexander Skutch (Cornell University Press) or An Illustrated Field Guide to Birds of Costa Rica, illustrated by Victor Esquivel Soto. These books can be found at certain bookstores in San José or before coming to Costa Rica. They are both heavy books; many people tear out the plates of the Stiles & Skutch book to carry into the field and leave the rest of the book in their car or room. Plastic cards with the most common birds are available for many areas and are sold at gift shops.

(( Volcanoes )) -Costa Rica is one of the most seismologicly active countries in the western hemisphere, and as a result several volcanoes have sprouted over the years- most notably volcanoes Poas, Irazu, and Arenal.

Greece Tourism & Vacations 2016 (HD)

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Greece is a country in Southern Europe, on the southernmost tip of the Balkan peninsula, with extensive coastlines and islands in the Aegean, Ionian, and Mediterranean Seas. It shares borders in the north with Albania, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Bulgaria, and Turkey. It has an ancient culture that has had a significant influence on the arts, language, philosophy, politics, and sports of western society, including the genres of comedy and drama, western alphabets, Platonic ideals and the Socratic method, democracies and republics, and the Olympics. Furthermore it’s a geographically appealing place to visit, with a mountainous mainland and idyllic island beaches.

Cities in Greece
Athens — the capital city known for the Parthenon

Chania — second largest city on Crete surrounded with beaches and the Samaria National Park

Chersonissos — party capital of Crete in the summer

Heraklion — Crete’s largest city and main hub with the archaeological site of Knossos

Patra — 3rd most populated city, known for its wines and carnival

Larissa — the country’s fourth largest city

Rhodes — magnificent city with impressive medieval structures, nightlife and beaches

Thessaloniki — the country’s prime city in the Macedonia region

Volos — coastal port city with nice museums and architecture

Kavala – coastal port city with scenic old town

See in Greece
Few countries can pride themselves on a heritage as important to Western civilization as Greece. A range of first class historic landmarks remind one of the days when the great Greek emperors and writers made their mark on the development of science, literature and democracy. No less than 17 of those monuments are listed as World Heritage Sites. However, the many charming little islands, sandy beaches and picturesque whitewashed coastal towns are at least as much a reason to come for the millions of tourists that this Mediterranean country receives each year.

Islands in Greece
When it comes to Greece’s famously gorgeous islands, it’s hard to take your pick out of the 6000 options you have, 227 of them being inhabited. Their rocky coast lines, sandy beaches, charming villages, sheltered bays and many yacht harbours make them extremely popular among all kinds of travellers. The large island of Crete is a highly popular tourist destination, with landscapes varying from great sandy palm beaches to snow-covered high peaks and stunning river gorges and a good deal of night life in its main tourist towns. If you’re looking to party at night, lovely Mykonos or Ios are good options too. The volcanic island of Santorini is one of the most romantic picks and offers some spectacular views. Its whitewashed capital of Fira is dramatically situated on the edge of a 400m high cliff, overlooking a beautiful blue lagoon. Other popular ones are Lesbos, Paros, Lefkada and Kos. The National Marine Park on Zakynthos is the primary nesting ground for loggerhead sea turtles in the Mediterranean. The rugged, green hills and valleys of Kefalonia boast a number of vineyards, and the island’s cliffs and beautiful beaches make it a tourist hotspot. For a slightly more authentic and less touristy experience, try Syros, Amorgos or any of the other small and less developed islands.

Bali & Java – Indonesia Tourism & Vacations 2016

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Indonesia straddles the Equator between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. While it has land borders with Malaysia to the north as well as East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the east, it also neighbors Australia to the south, and Palau, the Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, and Thailand to the north, India to the northwest.

See in Bali & Java – Indonesia
Natural attractions
Indonesia is home to no less than 167 active volcanoes, far more than any other country. Some of the more accessible for visitors are in the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park and the Ijen Crater in East Java, Mount Rinjani in Lombok and perhaps easiest of all, Mount Batur in Bali. A list of 226 Indonesian mountains has recently been compiled.

Hardly surprisingly in the world’s largest archipelago, beaches are significant attractions. Aside from the obvious like Bali, there are wonderful beaches in off-the-beaten-track locations in Maluku, Nusa Tenggara and Sulawesi. In a nation of 18,000+ islands, the options are almost endless.

Indonesia has some of the largest remaining tracts of tropical forest anywhere in the world, and these support an incredibly diverse wildlife from Orangutans and other primates to critically endangered Javan Rhinoceros and Tigers, and an extraordinarily wide range of bird species. Forest areas recognised as UNESCO World Heritage Sites are Ujung Kulon National Park in West Java, and three huge parks in Sumatra, which together comprise the Tropical Rain Forest Heritage of Sumatra: Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, Gunung Leuser National Park and Kerinci Seblat National Park.

Further east, Komodo Island is the home of the remarkable Komodo Dragon and a very diverse marine life. Close to the very eastern limit of Indonesia, the remote Lorentz National Park in Papua has a permanent glacier, and is the single largest national park anywhere in Southeast Asia.

Historical and cultural attractions
Borobudur in Central Java is the world’s largest Buddhist monument, dating from the 8th century, and nearby Prambanan is a remarkable Hindu monument dating from just a few years later. Those two, together with the charm of Yogyakarta, make for a popular cultural combination in Central Java.

Also in Central Java, the Dieng Plateau is home to the oldest extant temples in Indonesia, predating Borobudur by some 100 years, and just north of Solo, the early man archaeological excavation at Sangiran is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In such a vast archipelago it is hardly surprising that there are some very distinct and unique cultures, often contained in relatively small areas. Bali has a unique Hindu culture, descended from the great Javanese Majapahit Kingdom in the 13th and 14th centuries. The whole island is adorned by beautifully kept temples (pura), and there is a seemingly endless procession of colourful ceremonies. Some of the better known are the mother temple at Besakih, Pura Ulun Danau Bratan, and Pura Uluwatu.

Further east, Sumba is home to one of the few remaining megalithic cultures anywhere on earth. In Sulawesi, the Tana Toraja region is famous for spectacular animist burial rites. Visiting the vast hinterland of Papua in the far east of the country requires considerable planning, an awful lot of money, and a tolerance for extremely challenging conditions. However, for those who want a true wilderness experience and the opportunity to witness first-hand cultures that have had very little contact with the outside world, it is hard to think of a better option anywhere on earth.

Bhutan Tourism Video : Himalayan Wonders – Bhutan Travel & Tours Video

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Bhutan Tourism Video : Himalayan Wonders – Bhutan Travel & Tours Video.
This is the video of Bhutan Tourism in this video you will watch Birdge on River, Temple in Bhutan, Himalaya, Nature & Scenic Beauty of bhutan & beautiful road on hill.
Himalaya lovers must have make plan for tour to bhutan and experience Himalaya Wonder of Bhutan, the himalayan kingdom with wonderful people, exotic culture, beautiful scenary. This video includes views of many beautiful places in Bhutan. Your bhutan travel experience is guaranteed to be your trip of a lifetime !
5N/6D is more enough to visit Bhutan Himalaya Wonder in 6 day trip you will get chance to see so may tourist places in bhutan.

Sydney Australia – Tourism Promotional Video – Australia Vacations & Tours

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Your vacation to Australia should start or end with Sydney…

From pristine beaches to prehistoric rainforests, spectacular mountain ranges to breathtaking coastlines, Sydney is truly a sight to see. Sydney is home to friendly people and world-class dining. Come to Sydney and experience the Opera House, Taronga Zoo, Luna Park and Bondi Beach. New Years Eve in Sydney is unparalleled and is truly a must see!

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