Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Traveling in Oman

Tourism is a priority area in Oman, since its potential for growth and popularity has been recognized worldwide. The country has a rich historic heritage, perfect environment, splendid folklore, and traditional industries such as fishing, in addition to its natural beauty. All these sites have given this country's status on the travel map for the Middle East for decades, and now this great nation navy are all set to confuse the world. Before you are visiting a foreign country, it is important that you know how to move, so it is useful to have advice for travel to Oman.

As you enter the country from air, land or sea, it is very important to read about Oman. In this way, you can view a list of the things you need during your stay, you can plan your route and how good you are to all destinations you have in mind, be on the move. There are many sites on the internet that provide complete information about the country. You can even know the weather, tourist activities and dressing norms here to pack your luggage accordingly.
Travel in Oman can be made by plane, bus or rental car. If the places you want to visit, or near Muscat Salalah, there are regular flights between the two airports which are of the national carrier, Oman Air, bigger cities like Muscat, Sur, Nizwa, Sohar and Salalah connect, there are daily bus connections. The buses here are punctual and never crowded and offers inexpensive transportation. The bus service also in possession of a modern air-conditioned bus. Private or shared taxis are in Oman, and are quite cheap and convenient, but the best mode of transportation to explore the area is by renting a car.

There are many car rental companies in Oman. Most of them have branches at the airport. These companies are equipped to offer you several options such as car brand, services, etc. If the budget is not a problem for you, then a good four-wheel drive with GPS desirable to explore the terrain of the country. No matter what type of transportation you, you choose to travel in Oman is a pleasure. The people are friendly and helpful, and who knows, you may go home with not only memories of adventure and sightseeing but also some memories of new friends.

Wildlife of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a place with many unique and beautiful species. Rajasthan is one of the particularly interesting states of India. Rajasthan has a wonderful wildlife loaded and is home to a number of mammals and birds. The state is also known for its animal and plant life and remain some of the most important and most famous wildlife sanctuaries and parks of India. Rajasthan provides semi green forests of Mount Abu and Spike as the dry forest of Aravali t Bharatpur. Rajasthan proud of the three national parks and over a dozen sanctuaries. For those who seem to venture, give these wildlife sanctuaries of Rajasthan kind of thrill, the adrenaline really tide.

Ranthambhor National Park close to the external border of the Thar Desert and is limited by the Vindhya and Aravali hills. It is well known mainly keep under Project Tiger Tiger. Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary, a new sanctuary was in 1983, the establishment and wrap with a total area of ​​229 km ² of dry deciduous forests and scrub.

The Desert National Park is located at a distance of 40 km from Jaisalmer. The park is packed with wildlife and some of the local species are chinkara.
The Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary is located in an area of ​​32 km. From the city of Bikaner. There is a pond that shines in the sanctuary and in the burning.

Jaisamand Sanctuary is famous for deer, wild boar, leopard, the four-horned antelope, chital, chinkara and many bird species. It is sanctuary was created in 1957 by some of the 160 sq.kms.

The Keoladeo Ghana National Park is located only 7 km away from the town of Bharatpur. Sariska National Park was confirmed in 1955. The park is a growing part of the 479 km ².

Rajasthan has four famous wildlife parks and game reserves, which is the name Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, Ranthambore National Park, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and Desert National Park most waiting for all nature lovers Rajasthan is a variety safari, they decided to enjoy the wildlife of the state can take. Do not be surprised when you approach face to face with a tiger or other wild animal face.

Other wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan are:-

* Sitamata

* Kaila Devi

* Chambal

* Tal Chapper

* Darrah
* Jamwa Ramgarh

* Shergarh

* Van Vihar

* Ramgarh

* Todgarh-Rad

* Jawahar Sagar.
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