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Fantastic Mushrooms: Discover over 400 varieties of mushrooms in Bhutan.

Bhutan's unique environmental conditions and rich biodiversity make it an ideal habitat for many species of fungi, including more than 400 that are classified as edible, medicinal and inedible. Notably, Tricholoma Matsutake, known as Sangay Shamu, is one of the most popular mushrooms of Bhutan, with a harvest season ranging from July to September. In addition to matsutake, other popular varieties

Cherry Festival in Bulgaria

The Cherry Festival is a popular Bulgarian holiday celebrating the country's rich and fruitful bounty. This festival, first held in Kyustendil in 1896, brought the city the title of the Motherland of Bulgarian agriculture.

Since then, every year in June a festival is held in the city and the beginning of the cherry picking season is announced. Here, in the heart of Bulgaria's garden, you

How to Make Your Favorite Belizean Breakfast: Fry Jacks

There's no denying that a Belizean breakfast favorite is hash browns! These fluffy, soft, fried pieces of dough are a morning staple in Belize. You may have eaten a few on your last trip to Belize or heard rave reviews from family and friends about their delicious Belizean Fried Breakfast, so here's how you can make it at home!

Belizean Fried Jack Recipe

Start by gathering the following

Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino Celebrates Pride Month

Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino celebrates Pride Month in a meaningful and inclusive way, committed to raising awareness of love and equality among guests and the local community.

During the month, beautiful rainbow cupcakes and loaves are available for purchase at the restaurant's breakfast buffet Laguna, and rainbow cakes and cookies can be purchased at Oscar's Market, located

Armenian Herb and Flower Festival iBuis

Ask any Armenian, and he will tell you: herbs are necessary for any food. The HayBuis Festival, which translates to “Armenian Herbs,” celebrates these special ingredients and the traditional knowledge used to collect and prepare them. The festival is held in one of the most picturesque places in Armenia - the Apaga resort, located in Yenokavan Tavush region, an area known for its beautiful forests

Qatar resumes flights to Venice
18.06.2024 Italy VeniceAvia

Qatar Airways resumed flights from Doha to Venice on June 12.

The carrier began flying to Venice in 2011, but suspended flights during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

“As we enter the summer season, we are pleased to resume our daily flights to Venice. Italy is a key market for Qatar Airways and we are committed to providing our passengers with greater travel options and seamless

Newport to Bermuda Race 2024

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Tsiranashat Artashat Festival

We invite you to take part in the festival “Tsiranashat Artashat”, which will be held in the historical village of Dvin, located in the heart of the Ararat region, where all 38 settlements of the united Artashat community will be represented.

Join come to us and spend a day filled with holidays, cultural events and apricot sweetness.

Performances of the Artashat communitySong
Fine art and archeology at the Cirta Constantine Museum

The National Museum of Cirta Constantine (Musée Cirta Constantine), located in the historical city of Constantine, offers visitors a fascinating glimpse into the region's past, especially during the Roman occupation. The museum consists of an exhibition hall on the ground floor, an upper floor and a beautifully landscaped garden. The museum is represented by three main categories: ethnography, fine

Singapore: Oil spill leads to temporary closure of Sentosa Island beaches

The island of Sentosa, known for its luxurious waterfront residences and vibrant tourist attractions, collided on Saturday (June 15). with an unexpected setback when authorities closed the beaches due to an oil spill from a nearby port.

The incident occurred at the Pasir Panjang terminal on Friday when a Dutch-flagged dredger collided with a stationary Singapore-flagged bunker tanker.

Sikkim: Massive landslides leave more than 1,200 tourists stranded; 9 lives lost

More than 1,200 tourists, including 15 foreigners, are stranded in Sikkim's Mangan district due to massive landslides caused by incessant rains for over 36 hours, an official said on Friday. Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang has convened an emergency meeting at Mintokgang to assess the situation and coordinate relief efforts.

Sikkim Tourism and Civil Aviation Department Principal

Carnival in Bermuda
15.06.2024 BermudaEvents

Carnival in Bermuda Surrounded by a magnificent island, brings revelers together for several days and nights of pure island excitement. Experience one of the island's largest summer celebrations, including local cuisine, fiestas, Soca music, the Revel de Road parade, a raft ride and more, plus a national celebration honoring Bermuda's national heroes.

Take a look at the events from June

Adventures to explore the Belizean countryside

Deeply rooted in history and rich in wildlife, traveling beyond the city limits for adventure and exploring the countryside Belize is exactly that , what you need to gain a deeper understanding of the natural beauty and local people. Whether you're traveling through the Belize River Valley or traversing the scenic coastal highway

Armenian-Georgian cultural and culinary festival “Mimino”

On June 22, the traditional Armenian-Georgian cultural and culinary festival “Mimino” will be held in Dilijan for the second time. During the festival, participating Armenian and Georgian teams will compete by preparing and presenting the diversity and history of their national cuisines at their stands. The cultural and musical zone will feature singing, dancing, music, arts and crafts. The festival

A Brief History of the Kingdom of Tlemcen

The city Tlemcen, located in northwestern Algeria, is the administrative capital of the province of Tlemcen, a region famous for its lush vineyards and olive plantations. The city has a thriving carpet, textile and leather industry, and its rich culture reflects elements of Islamic, Arab, Berber and Andalusian influence. Ideally located in the mountains, the climate is somewhat cooler than surrounding

Northern Drakensberg gets a new nature reserve

The North Drakensberg, known for its spectacular scenery and epic hikes, is home to KwaZulu-Natal's newest nature reserve.

The 6,500-hectare North Drakensberg Nature Reserve, which was officially announced on April 18, complements the conservation corridor linking the neighboring UKhahlamba Drakensberg Park in KwaZulu-Natal (declared a World Heritage Site in 2000) with the Sterkfontein

Greece: Mysterious 4,000-year-old structure discovered on popular Greek island of Crete

A monumental ancient structure was discovered on the Greek island Crete, a popular tourist destination in Greece. This discovery is likely to halt the construction of a new airport.

As for the structure, it dates back to the Minoan civilization, which largely dawned between 2000 and 1700 BC, coinciding with the era , when Crete's iconic palaces at Knossos and Phaistos were built, reports

An authentic mountain resort, Najd Al Meqsar Retreat, has opened in Sharjah

Located in an ancient village near Khorfakkan, the retreat consists of 7 small individual houses and a restaurant

The new project of the Sharjah Development and Investment Department Shurooq under the Sharjah Collection brand is located on the east coast of the emirate in the mountains Khorfakkana in the village of Najd Al Meqsar.

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Immerse yourself in the wonders of Belize

As World Ocean Day approaches, there is no better way to celebrate the occasion than by immersing yourself in the wonders of Belize. Known for its crystal clear waters and vibrant marine life, Belize offers an extraordinary experience for divers of all levels. Belize is blessed not only with the second largest barrier reef in the world, but also with three of the four atolls in the Western Hemisphere: