This tour departs year-round, although the period from April to October, probably the most comfortable for the passage of this route as it is the dry season with low probability of rain. June, July and August – the months of “high season”, when there are no empty seats in groups at all, so if you are planning a trip during this period, be sure to book a tour for a few months beforehand. Inca Trail is annually closed for renovation in February. January and March are the rainy season months, so it is likely that you will not be able to fully enjoy the tour during these months.
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Since 1982, the island of Koh Chang – part of the National Marine Park on the island banned water sports: skiing, jet skis, etc.; there are no factories or concerns, so mountains and pristine jungle cover most of the island. Koh Chang is an eco-friendly resort. “Chang” means “Elephant”, so […]
Phuket island, located at crossroads of old trade routes and equipped with excellent marinas, has always been famous for the presence of overseas goods and unique blend of ideas and traditions from around the world. Vessels moored on the island in order to wait out the monsoon time, before you […]
An Angkor Wat temple (or “city-temple”), sanctified to Hindu God Vishnu, is the greatest cult building in the world. It is an elaborate three-level construction with a great number of stairs and transitions, crowned with five towers. A temple is knowingly named the soul of the Khmer people. In fact, […]