Guide to Cappadocia, the Turkish fairy-tale world

Posted In: blog | Turkey
Some thirty million years ago, a fairytale land called Cappadocia was created in Turkey by an eruption of three volcanoes and the erosion that followed. The colourful moon-like landscape with unique rock formations and canyons dotted with beautiful cave churches is a fabulous place that definitely should not be missed if you travel around Turkey. After t[...]
Castle Inn

Welcoming boutique hotel Castle Inn in Ortahisar, Cappadocia

Posted In: Turkey
To experience living in a cave had always been our dream. And then we found this stylish cave in Castle Inn in Ortahisar and it became our temporary home while we were exploring Cappadocia in Turkey.  Let us tell you more about the charming place ... When it is possible, we like to get off the beaten path in most places we travel to - and that is[...]

How to Make Most of Your Visit to McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala: the Dalai Lama, Immersion in Tibetan Culture & Spirituality

Posted In: blog | India
Most travellers coming to McLeod Ganj, a suburb of Dharamsala, are attracted by the place where the Dalai Lama lives and are curious about lives of the Tibetans living in the town, their culture and traditions. Having spent almost three weeks in McLeod Ganj, we would like to help you to make most of your stay in this unique part of the globe - to immerse yo[...]

A Day in the Thar Desert – An Experience Not To Be Missed

Posted In: blog | India
Jaisalmer is a small town in the west of India’s Rajasthan which lies on the edge of the Thar Desert. Most travellers who take the lengthy and arduous journey to Jaisalmer, intend to go on a camel safari to the desert for at least one day. Jaisalmer is actually situated at the end of India - it’s not possible to go farther west by road than to Jaisalm[...]

5 stunning must see places in New Zealand’s South Island

Posted In: blog | New Zealand
When it comes to the most spectacular natural wonders of the world, New Zealand undoubtedly belongs to the world's most stunning destinations. It's no surprise that this fairyland attracts an endlessly increasing number of travellers - most of which head for the South Island that is scattered with outstanding natural wonders, stunning must see places in New[...]


Posted In: blog | Nepal
Nepal, the country of imposing Himalayas, thick forests, historical heritage and sacred places, is a home to friendly and welcoming Nepalis, but also to kind-hearted Tibetan refugees who keep their traditions and culture alive. Intrigued by the Buddhist teachings and interested in mingling with the Tibetans, we longed for a spiritual and cultural experience[...]

Kuelap, the lesser known Machu Picchu of northern Peru

Posted In: blog | Peru
The dramatic mountains of a remote Chachapoya region in the north of Peru are scattered with ruins, mummies and burial sites left by the Chachapoyas and the Incas. 90 per cent of the sites still remain undiscovered. Kuelap, Machu Picchu of northern Peru The fortified city of Kuelap, nowadays called “Machu Picchu of northern Peru", was built 800 AD by the[...]

Hiking the Tongariro Crossing in New Zealand

Posted In: blog | New Zealand
While travelling in New Zealand, we saw stunning landscapes, lakes, forests and countrysides we hadn't seen anywhere else before. We loved every moment that we spent in this country of wonders and welcoming  people. We could keep travelling in New Zealand for months and it still wouldn't be enough. Hiking the Tongariro Crossing in Tongariro National[...]