Celebrate New Year 2017 in style, where 100,000 fireworks explode in the sky, people dance to insane music around a magnificent natural harbor on a cold winter night and wait for the clock to say 12.00! Everyone anxiously waits for New Year eve with hopes of a new beginning and better experiences! So those of you who believe 2017 is your year, plan a weekend getaway to some of these places where New Year is celebrated as a festival:
People hear a lot about climate change, be it in seminars, television, books and articles. When any natural disaster, caused due to climate change, strikes any part of the world, we get startled and for a couple of days or week, if the effects of climate change are immense enough, we feel motivated to work for the betterment. However, as time passes, other things get on board and ‘climate change’ intrigued scene again gets vanished. That’s what we are doing and that is what we will continue to do if we do not change our attitude towards this hovering havoc and get sensitized over the issue of climate change.
Born in 1974, Jason deCaires Taylor is an internationally acclaimed sculptor who creates underwater sculpture parks and installations, offering astoundingly impressive visuals to travelers. The world renowned sculptor spent most of his childhood exploring the coral reefs of Malaysia inspiring him to become a diving instructor and an underwater naturalist. Jason deCaires has over 20 years of diving experience and is also an award winning underwater photographer.
For those of you planning to travel during the winter season, rejoice! Pakistani travelers can avail up to 40% discount on airline tickets, a special year-end deal offered by Emirates Airlines. The offer is valid for various destinations across the continent including Europe, Africa and Middle East. Travelers can book cheap airline tickets for Economy class for as low as 25,000 PKR to Middle East and 48,000 PKR to Europe.
Visit some of the most amazing places in the world, that will take your breath away. From crystal blue lakes to mysterious rivers to remote wilderness, experience nature in its purest form:
Maly Semyachik in Kamchatka, Russia
Maly Semyachic is a volcanic range that stretches about 3 kilometers long. The natural wonder consists of 3 joined cones including the ancient north cone, the middle cone and the south west cone with several volcanic craters. Surrounded by the mighty blue Pacific Ocean and Okhtosk Sea, Kamchatka’s volcanoes create spectacular scenery and has a mineral-rich ecosystem. The Kamchatka is a nature’s reserve with million hectares of remote wilderness serving as a safe habitat to many wild life species. The Geyser River, with its famous Valley of the Geysers and hundreds of hot springs, runs through it. Vast glaciers nestle in mountain depressions and high waterfalls tumble into deep valleys. Amongst them is the Maly Semyachik lake that forms the most prominent part of south west crater, Troitsky. The beautiful light-greenish lake has a diameter of 500 meters with a depth of 140 meters. However, the water is acid with high amounts of sulphur and higher salt content than the sea water.