Holidays types

In our days, people can travel in many ways. The mere oldest way to travel is on foot. Of course, you can’t travel far this way. You can travel further by a bike, but you can’t travel too far with it, too. People often choose to travel by car, but it’s not always comfortable. Travelling with a travel agency by bus, train, ship or plane is the most comfortable way. In this century, one can travel virtually, in the internet. Yoou can see the country, its culture, nature and people on the internet. You can communicate with people, and virtual journeys are for free. You can see things that you wouldn’t see in the real journey. It’s a pity that internet can’t render the experience of a real journey. Off course, there are and more ways to travel. Maybe, now I’ll try to name types of travelling. There are:
1. Crossing: it is a journey by boat to the other side of thhe sea.
2. Cruise: a holiday spent on a large ship which visits a number of places.
3. Expedition: an organized journey that is made for a particular purpose such as exploration.
4. Flight: a journey made by flying, especially in an airplane.
5. Hitch-hiking: a

travel by walking, with occasional rides in passing cars.
6. Journey: a trip or expedition to a considerable distance, a journey of three days or a three days’ journey, to reach one’s journey’s end.
7. Package Tour: a holiday arranged by a travel company in which your travel and accommodations are booked for you.
8. Tour: a journey in which a short stay is made at a number of places, the traveler usually returning finally to the place from which he had started.
9. Trip: a journey that you make from one place and back again.
10. Voyage: a voyage by sea or along a river, to go on a voyage.
11. Hike: trip by foot.
As you know people search for the best type of hooliday, which appropriate their age, income, social status, health and habits. And we all know that young people often choose the cheaper forms of holidays. I had mentioned types of travelling so I’d like to name some types of holidays.  I’m a human who like to risk so I’ll begin from white-water rafting (to move with raft in the river. White-water- it’s a part of river that looks white because the water is moving very fast over rock). Now I’ll te
ell further-Safari/wild life; scuba-diving; snorkelling (the sport of activity of swimming under water with a snorkel climbing); wind- surfing (the sort of sailing on water standing on a wind surfer); mountain- biking; canoeing (it’s moving with a light narrow boat along in the water with a paddle); deep- sea fishing; whale- watching; water- skiing; yachting; biking and etc.
Now maybe I’ll try to write some about South Africa, because there you can feel pleasure of all extreme holidays’ types. You see South Africa is a very large and extraordinarily varied land, offering almost unlimited opportunities for adventure travel of all sorts–from diving and whitewater rafting to mountain-climbing and trekking. For most visitors, however, adventure travel in South Africa means safari travel, and the best-known safari area in the country is Eastern Transvaal, a continuous stretch of savanna extending for 400 miles along South Africa’s northeastern border. The Eastern Transvaal is home to Kruger National Park, undoubtedly one of the finest game reserves in all of Africa. In addition to the Kruger–and its surrounding private game reserves–visitors interested in safari travel in South Africa are also frequently drawn to Kalahari Gemsbok National Park. A narrow tongue of land extending northward into the va
ast expanse of the Kalahari Desert, Kalahari Gemsbok is an area of rugged beauty, with shifting dunes, wide-open vistas, and great herds of springbok and gemsbok.
As it was already mentioned above people travel to see other continents, modern cities and the ruins of ancient towns, they travel to enjoy picturesque places, or just for a change of scene. It’s always interesting to discover new things, different ways of life, to meet different people, to try different food, to listen to different musical rhythms.
Those who live in the country like to go to a big city and spend their time visiting museums and art galleries, looking at shop windows and dining at exotic restaurants. City-dwellers usually like a quiet holiday by the sea or in the mountains, with nothing to do but walk and bathe and laze in the sun.

Most travellers and holiday-makers take a camera with them and take pictures of everything that interests them – the sights of a city, old churches and castles, views of mountains, lakes, valleys, plains, waterfalls, forests; different kinds of trees, flowers and plants, animals and birds.

Later, perhaps years later, they will be reminded by the photos of the happy time they ha
ave had.
People travel to have a holidays or to have business. If people have business trips they choose the fastest transport. They often travel by plane or by train. It is very expensive but it is very fast. And if people want to have a rest they choose travelling by boat, by car, on horseback and etc. When you travel by car or by bike you can stop where you want.

All means of travel have their advantages and disadvantages. And people choose one according to their plans and destinations.
Really a travel is a personal adventure, a mean to see the world from another point of view and to forget your own everyday life problems. The trip will also help you discover yourself, how you’re able to adapt yourself in a foreign environment where language is not always understandable and customs are different. It is a mean to go beyond your limits, beyond your fears, and to know better your reactions (and improve them). One important thing is to prepare your travel to avoid basic problems. Now I’ll write some advices when someone (further it’ll be You) goes to a trip in foreign country. You have to take a guide of the country you plan to visit, and think of where you want to go, in how much time, and possible shortcuts scenarios. Take good equipment with you, strong and comfortable shoes, pack and clothes. If your pack crashes in the middle of nowhere, it will be a big problem. Take several payment means (local money, dollars, traveller checks, VISA or assimilated payment card) to avoid being stuck with no money far from your country. Put your various payments I mean in different places: in different pockets, hidden belt, wallet, holster. separate bills and travellers checks in 2 or 3 different places. Take water-proof pockets to protect paper from your sweat, liquids. Check how much money you spend during the trip and don’t forget that buying to much at the beginning is much more stuff to carry with you!

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