Permissible luxury or why develop school tourism
The initiative to revive school tourism comes from Russian President Vladimir Putin. However, not everyone considers it possible to implement it, and even call it “unauthorized luxury.”
Indeed, school tourism has its own characteristics. In particular, the accompanying people are obligatory here, and competent enough so that they can manage young tourists and be interested in telling children about the sights, laying pride in their consciousness in their homeland. Add to this the problems of transport accessibility, the inability to transport children in the dark (even when organizing tours in one area, it is necessary to provide places for overnight), the organization of compulsory hot meals – and we will get an informative and useful program, but not from the series. cheap and cheerful. ” Continue reading
Glowing beaches in the Maldives
The article is devoted to the sights of the Republic of Maldives – luminous beaches. How is a natural phenomenon formed? Can I swim in glowing water? Where can the phenomenon be seen? You will find the answers in our article. Also briefly presented several other unusual beaches of the world.
Of course, everyone knows the main entertainment activities of the Maldives: lie on the beaches, go diving and surfing, relax in comfortable hotels. However, in addition to the standard cases of tourists, in the Maldives, there is another interesting attraction that will certainly appeal to lovers of natural phenomena. Continue reading
The melting glacier in the Swiss Alps caused the closure of an old hotel
The mountain hotel Belvedere is located on the Furka Pass, the most snow-covered region of Switzerland. For many centuries this picturesque place attracts countless fans of mountaineering, skiing and hiking in the ice labyrinths hacked into the Rhone glacier. But global warming provoked a catastrophic melting of the ice, and now it loses 10 centimeters every day, and the tourists leave with it.
The picturesque winding mountain pass through the Furka Pass (Furka), towering 2436 m above sea level, has been a connecting link in the Swiss Alps for many centuries. Continue reading