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One Week In Singapore: Know The Best Experiences Ensuring A Perfect Vacay In 2019

It is said that family is a bond that stays with you during lows and high and to celebrate this bond, Avik from New Delhi was looking for a perfect vacation trip with his significant other and a child. He went for a one week trip to Singapore followed by a visit to Bali. Read more to know the best experiences of his one week in Singapore.

Singapore has always been my dream country and I had been aspiring to visit it for long. This time I decided to explore Singapore with my family. After checking various packages on the internet, I booked my one week in Singapore with family through TravelTriangle. We captured numerous delightful memories on this holiday and here, I am mentioning a few best experiences of our one week in Singapore.

Trip Type: Family Trip
Cost: INR 2,12,598
No. Of People: 3
Duration: 8D/ 7N
Inclusions: Breakfast, transfers, airfares, visa fee, sightseeing, Bali sightseeing, and entrance fees
Exclusions: Lunch, dinner, and travel insurance

Day 1: Arrival and Night Safari
Day 2: Sentosa Island
Day 3: Universal Studio
Day 4: Arrive Bali
Day 5: Water Sports adventure
Day 6: Local sightseeing
Day 7: Ubud
Day 8: Departure

As we visited the country in the month of May, the average temperature was pleasant and comfortable, ranging between 25 to 32 degrees Celsius. It is a dry month and turned helpful for local sightseeing and other excursions. Evenings were pleasantly warm, giving us a chance to explore the place but at times, one might feel a bit humid.

From Sentosa Island to Universal Studio and Night Safari, Singapore was really astounding for us. Following are the best experiences of our one week in Singapore trip:

1. Adventures Of Nocturnal Night Safari

Beach at night

Fun at night

Delicious Food

Nocturnal Night Safari

local tribals and Me

My Lovely Wife

Eating with my family at night

On the first day of our Singapore trip, we headed for the amazing night safari during sunset. This beautiful place is home to over 1,000 animals representing nearly 100 species and one can check them out indulging in their nightly rituals. The Singapore night safari enthralled us, especially my kid. The entire region is divided into 7 geographical zones which can be covered either by foot by a tram. We also attended the cultural performances here including the one by the local tribals. We also visited the restaurant at the Night Safari, named Ulu Ulu Safari which served delicious local food.

2. Electrifying Tour Of Sentosa Island

Sea View

Sentosa Island

My Family at beach

my wife

Beautiful Beach

Sentosa Island is an excursion that one must not miss out on while holidaying in Singapore. Before going to Sentosa do keep in mind that you can’t plan anything else on this day as there are so many things to explore here. From theme parks to beaches, and shopping to enormous aquariums, Sentosa is truly a once in a lifetime experience. This island surprised us with the world’s biggest aquarium, that is, the S.E.A. Aquarium and as we walked through it, the vibrant aquatic creatures stunned us. We also attended the Dolphin show here which was quite interesting and interactive, giving you a chance to capture the rare and exclusive experiences.

3. Dazzled Down The Wings Of Time

capture the beauty

taxi View

chief attractions for travelers

Wings Of Time

Sentosa Island

As the day proceeded, we headed for this energetic and charismatic night show at Sentosa called the ‘Wings of time’. It is a spectacular show, showcasing the importance of courage and friendship in human life. The show featured amazing effects of laser, water, and fire, making it one of the chief attractions for travelers vacationing in Singapore. This spellbinding show ended with an astounding fireworks display and with numerous beautiful memories we returned back to our accommodation after grabbing the local delicacies in Sentosa.

4. Unveil Hollywood At Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore

beautiful movie-theme park

Theme park

My Child

My Lovely Wife and Children

We also visited Universal Studios during our one week in Singapore. This is another amazing place that will be equally enjoyed by your kids. This beautiful movie-theme park comprises 24 rides and attractions that will surely pomp up your adrenaline rush. If you are a true daredevil then you can also opt for a coaster where the riders are suspended. The loops, sudden turns, near-collisions, and breathtaking drops will undoubtedly make you scream your heart out. The magnificent architecture of the Universal Studios that includes lemurs, dinosaurs, mummies, and ogres will add excitement to your hours here.

5. Interesting City Tour Of Singapore

Merlion Statue


Favourite Tourist Place

Island View

my family

Family group Photo


We also went for a local sightseeing tour in Singapore and explored numerous popular attractions including Merlion Statue, China Town, Modern Cafe’s, Parliament House, Orchard Road, Westin Stamford Hotel, and Marina Bay. Merlion Statue is the official symbol of Singapore and had its own story. China Town was a local market from where one can shop souvenirs and other gift items. This place is also known for Chinese street food. If you are interested in checking out South Indian cuisine while holidaying in Singapore, then do visit little India where you will find clean and comfortable restaurants serving delicious South Indian food and beverages.

In Singapore, we stayed at V Hotel Lavender. It was quite comfortable and luxuriating accommodation but my experience with the staff was not much appreciable.

Food is a bit expensive in Singapore, especially at popular attractions including Universal Studios. However, Little India, China Town, and Mustafa are the best escapes where you can find mouthwatering and flavorsome Indian and International cuisines.

Though we didn’t shop anything in Singapore, China Town and Mustafa Mall are the good options for shopaholics traveling to Singapore for a vacation.

As you are traveling with your family, I would suggest future travelers keep a track of your itinerary and daily plan. In my case, the locals and staff members were a bit rude so I would suggest you to cross-check everything in advance to avoid hassles.

Our experience with TravelTriangle was refreshing and charming.

1. Is Singapore expensive to visit?

Yes, local sightseeing, food, and transportation are a bit expensive in Singapore but you do have cheaper alternatives there.

2. How much does a meal cost in Singapore?

An average meal for two will start from INR 500 onwards.

3. How long does it take to get a visa to Singapore?

The Singapore visa processing time is generally 5 working days but its advisable to expect your visa in a week.

4. Where can I go at night in Singapore?

Singapore offers an electrifying nightlife scene. You can go either for a night safari or gardens by the sky. If you are interested in waterside dinner then do head to Clarke Quay.

5. What are the best places to visit in Singapore?

Singapore is known for numerous attractions including Sentosa, Universal Studios, Gardens by the Bay, Merlion, Marina Bay and a lot more.

Our one week in Singapore made us have the best family time which included adventure as well as leisure. Plan a trip to Singapore through TravelTriangle and share your travel stories with the world!

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6 Best Trails For Hiking In Costa Rica For A Thrilling Getaway Into The Wild

Nature has got a lot of adventure on the plate for us, it depends on how much hunger do we have to take it all. From diving into the sea and cenotes to surfing on the beach or hiking and biking It puts a broad smile on our face whenever we talk about exploring. Long, walks are something we all need so fellas, grab a pen and make a note of all these beautiful places for hiking in Costa Rica. No matter how much expensive cars we sit in, the true beauty of nature can only be observed while we take a walk, keenly observing the spell-binding creation of the creator.

The best time to visit Costa Rica is from the months of Mid December to April, this is considered as the best season for tourists to explore the place and experience a lot of sunshine, low humidity therefore cool winds blowing. You can have the best hike in Costa Rica during this time so mark your calendars before booking your tickets. Scroll through and read about the places where you can do the best hikes in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica is a beautiful country in Central America known for its adventure, this place is nothing less than heaven on earth for adventure thrillers and nature lovers. Sky diving, cliff diving, hiking, kayaking there’s nothing that would make you regret the place. The Country has everything to make its visitor fall completely in love with itself. From the serene beaches to the quaint museums or the mouth drooling food with world-class fame and the rainforests it will make you visit the country over and over.

1. Arenal Volcano National Park Hike

arenal volcano

The national park is sprawled over 7114 acres and is blessed with the best scenic beauty. You can have one of the best hikes of your life in the park. Walk-through the primary rainforest. You can have the opportunity to explore wildlife and see beautiful flowers that are unique and can not be found anywhere else. A professional guide will help you with hiking and observing the gifts of nature. The park is open from 8 in the morning to 3 in the afternoon inviting all the hikers for a splendid hike. You can have a group hike if you want to observe the beauty of the forest, you can also have a solo hike if you are a solo backpacker.

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2. Rio Celeste Waterfall and Tenorio Volcano Hike

celeste fall rio

Situated in Guanacaste, the water of the river is so blue that people often misinterpret it as being photoshopped in the pictures. You can relax your body in the hot springs of Tenorio Volcano after the long hike of 5 miles which is quite challenging and tiring. You can also seek out the volcano furnace vents. The Rio Celeste waterfall is a must sightseeing for every visitor, it is so heavenly that it can most definitely sway you with its spellbinding beauty. This place might prove itself challenging for new hikers while the experienced hikers can make their way to find the marvelous nature’s gift hidden in the heart of this place.

3. Manuel Antonio National Park Hike

manule antonio hike rio

Although the area seems small, this is regarded as one of the best parks not only in the country but in the world. Trust us there is nothing more beautiful than hiking through the rainforests, passing through the greenery and inhaling nothing but fresh air to revive your soul. You may be completely surprised by the beauty of the waves rising and falling at 3 of the most beautiful beaches in the country. The hike in Manuel Antonio is not difficult. The trail is flat with sands and people of all ages can have the pleasure to explore this amazing place. There are guides who will help you with hiking, they will also tell you about the highlights. Having a friend does no harm, does it? So hire a guide for a better and more pleasant experience.

4. Bajos del Toro Waterfall Hike

moose river

While hiking through this place you can reward your eyes with the ineffable vision of Catarata Del Toro, the waterfall, which is approximately 400 meter deep and falls with a melodious sound, the more you think you have taken the pleasure to watch this ultimate magic of nature, the more you will crave for standing still and just watching the waterfall down. The giant shower is worth watching after the 15-minutes short hike. Summing up, this is nothing less than a replica of heaven on the earth.

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5. Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve Hike


The great flora and fauna will spark your senses. This hike is a must if you are a nature lover. The altitude of Monteverde is high which brings moisture to this place eventually explaining why is it known as a cloud forest. The beautiful flowers and unique species that reside in this forest can be seen while hiking. You can also watch beautiful and very rare species of birds in this hiking trail. So make sure to include this place in the list of your Costa Rica hiking vacation.

6. Poas Volcano National Park Hike

volcano poas

Poas Volcano is regarded as one of the deepest yet most alluring craters in the world. The Botos Lagoon is a treat to one’s eyes after the hiking. The elevation of the mountain is high which makes it difficult for new-bees to climb up and explore, if you are active then it would not be a hindrance to your path. This is one of the most difficult trails in Costa Rica hiking trails.

If this does not pump up the adrenaline in your body and make you pack your bags straight-away we wonder what will. Hiking has always been the most serene act. To gather one’s soul and understand the beauty of nature, hiking is regarded as the best option. So make a list of all these amazing places to do hiking in Costa Rica. Plan a trip to Costa Rica with TravelTriangle to have a hassle-free and relaxed trip.
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21-year Old Woman Becomes The Youngest Globetrotter To Travel To All The Countries In The World

196 countries at the age of 21, now that’s a figure that we need to seek inspiration from. This 21-year old woman has set major travelling goals as she recently became the youngest globetrotter to travel to all 196 sovereign countries in the world. While you’re struggling to get out of bed, Lexie Alford is making her 100th post on Instagram showing the last country she travelled to, which she recently posted on social media on May 31st. Hence, breaking the Guinness World Record of the current 24-year old James Asquith, now if this isn’t travelling goals then we sure need to up our game.

21-year old Lexie Alford, an American woman broke the record of James Asquith after stepping in North Korea on May 31st. She took to Instagram to express her overwhelmed feelings on closing the greatest chapter of her crazy endeavour. This is what Lexie Alford had to say, “OFFICIALLY TRAVELED TO EVERY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD, it’s crazy to have years of hard work culminate into one single moment. I’m so grateful to everyone that’s helped me get here. The greatest chapter of my life is coming to a close. Cheers to a new beginning.”

According to a report in Forbes, Alford had a knack for travelling since she was a child as her family owned a travel agency in California, and this is how she was exposed to this way of life. Her parents played a pivotal role in her life, she was always curious about other people’s way of life and how they find happiness.

However, breaking a record wasn’t on Alford’s mind when she began her journey, but this mission grew closer to her heart at the age of 18 when she found out that she had inspired so many others to do the same. When she realized that people have started looking up to her, she didn’t want to back out and went ahead to travel to all the countries in the world. She set an example for everyone by showing that the world is not a cruel place and that you find kind people everywhere, it’s all about your perspective.

Taking forward this feeling and the support she got from young women, she didn’t give up and completed her journey just recently on May 31st, becoming the youngest globetrotter to travel to all the countries.

We hope that this gave you enough inspiration to book your tickets, pack your bags and fly to your favourite destination in the world. Don’t think twice and start planning your International trip and make sure you click pretty pictures and tell us about your wonderful experiences on your trip once you’re back!

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Shopping In Jerusalem: 10 Things To Buy While Enjoying Your 2019 Vacay In Israel

Jerusalem in the Middle-East is a beautiful city located between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea. It is a vibrant city with both modern and spiritual touch. One of the oldest cities of the world, Jerusalem is famous for its shopping. Whether it be a simple souvenir, high-end jewelry, fashionable clothes and attires, daily groceries, one can find it all in Jerusalem. Rich in its culture and history, there are a number of destinations where one can go shopping in Jerusalem. Antiquities and Armenian Pottery should also be on your list. We have listed for you some things in Jerusalem that you can check out on your visit to Jerusalem in Israel.

Jerusalem is famous for a number of things such as Michal Negrin Jewelry, Metalace, puzzles and games and a lot more things. Here is a list of 10 things that one can buy as they go around for shopping in Jerusalem, Israel.

1. Jewelry


Jerusalem is famous for the various jewelry shops and the luxurious jewelry that one can find there. One can find various high-end and luxury stores in Jerusalem such as Baltinester, Stern, Avi Luvaton Gallery and many more. One can find beautiful gold jewelry with diamonds as Israel is quite famous for its diamonds as well. The jewelry very beautifully represents the ethnic culture of Jerusalem.

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2. Armenian Pottery

Armenian Pottery

Representing the local culture and tradition, one can find colourful bowls made of ceramic, tiles and various other wares as well. Armenian Pottery is basically a different kind of pottery made up of ceramics with glazes from metallic oxides. Peacock representing long life is a popular design found inscribed on the articles. The colourful yet earthy pottery attracts the travelers with its brightness. At present in the world, Jerusalem is the only place where ceramic of this type is still produced.

3. Traditional Palestinian Embroidery

Traditional Palestinian Embroidery

There are basically two types of embroidery, one is cross stitch which is also called as fallahi and the other one is couching which is also called as tahriri. Palestine embroidery is an important part of the outfit of Palestine women. The products are made by hand and help to preserve the traditional art and culture. One can find it at two stores in Jerusalem. The House of Palestinian Crafts is the major store that solds such craft items and clothes.

4. Israeli Wine and Beer

Israeli Wine and Beer

Israel has a climate which is suitable for making wine. And this is the reason a number of varieties such as Merlot, Riesling and Cabernet are produced here. Jerusalem has a good number of wineries which produce wines from local grapes. The Sea Horse Winery and Cremisan Winery are a few to name. The cost of Israeli wine ranges from INR 418 to INR 4886. One can also find foreign wine here. The best beer of Israel is Malka which costs around INR 315 a bottle.

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5. Antiquities


Israel is very famous for antiquities. There are various shopping places in Jerusalem where one can find antiquities but beware of fake sellers. Make purchase only from dealers who have been authorized by the Israel Antiquities Authority. Clay Oil Lamp is one of the top antiquities sold in Jerusalem. One can also find Byzantine lamp, Baidun Antiquities, Imperial Roman silver coin, Roman glass etc. in Jerusalem.

6. Hamsa


The hamsa, also known as hand symbol is basically an amulet which is believed to protect from evil eye. It can be found easily anywhere is Jerusalem. It is made of different materials such as ceramics, copper and even wood. There is an artist by the name Chaim Peretz who creates different types of hamsas from sterling silver and stained glass. Some are also embedded with gemstones. The price of these hamsas range from INR 1048 to INR 6300.

7. Bedouin-Woven Rugs and Cushions

Woven Rugs and Cushions

Bedouin-Woven Rugs and Cushions are authentic gifts given by people in Jerusalem. These rugs are specially made by women who work together to spin and dye the wool on ground and simple looms. One can find them in various bright colours and even in white color. One can also find amazing striped cushions and cushion covers.

8. Israeli Ceramics

Israeli Ceramics

One can find some amazing stuff made up of ceramics in Israel. These works of art very beautifully represent the cultural heritage of the artists. One can find three shops of ceramics on Yoel Salomon Street. They can be found at a price starting from INR 699 and ranging up to INR 14,000. One can also find pins and hamsas with printed designs.

9. Michal Negrin Jewelry

Michal Negrin Jewelry In Jerusalem

One can find unique designs of jewelry, fashion and home decor here designed by Michal Negrin. He is a famous Israeli designer. One can find stud flower earrings, rings, hanging earrings and necklaces. There price ranges from INR 1048 to INR 25,000. These are a must buy, if you love jewelry. There are three branches of it in Jerusalem. One is in Mamilla Mall, and the other two in Malha Mall and Nachalat Shiva.

10. Ahava Salt Sea Products

Ahava Salt Sea Products In Jerusalem

These are a special kind of products that one can find in Jerusalem. Ahava basically means love and the company produces skincare products from the Dead Sea and the Salt sea. The dead sea is at a distance of one hour drive from Jerusalem. One can find a broad range of products ranging from cleansing products, rejuvenating and detoxifying as well. One can find high quality skin care products here.

Planning to visit Jerusalem? Apart from exploring the cultural heritage of the place, one must explore the various shopping places in Jerusalem. Here we have listed top two famous destinations for shopping in Jerusalem that should not be missed.

1. Alrov Mamilla Avenue

Alrov Mamilla Avenue

Also known as Mamilla Mall, Mamilla Mall in Jerusalem is basically a shopping street. What is unique about this place is that it is the only open air mall located in Jerusalem, Israel. It is also one of the top leisure destinations in Israel and can be visited for luxurious shopping. There are 140 stores as well as restaurants and cafes in the place.

Location: Northwest of Jaffa Gate
Exhibits of sculptures by local artists, Perfuniq

2. The Machane Yehuda Market

Market In Jerusalem

Also known by the name The Shuk, one can find everything in this market starting from fruits and spices to speciality food items. This market is also recognized as a symbol of Jerusalem. The market has a stunning energy along with the mouth-watering food that it offers to the travelers. One will definitely enjoy a walking tour of the market and can find almost everything in this market.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel
Mouth-watering food, Artwork and jewelry

Jerusalem is famous for various unique things that one can shop in Jerusalem. And if you are a shopaholic, then shopping in Jerusalem must be on your list. So, what are you waiting for? Plan an exciting trip to Israel with TravelTriangle and delve into an amazing shopping experience along with exploring the cultural heritage of the place.

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10 Fun Things To Do In China That Will Let You Explore A Land Beyond The Great Wall!

China has a diverse landscape, a variety of attractions, and even some hidden gems worth a visit. This country boasts of a lot of exotic destinations which should be part of your itinerary while visiting China. And more than what meets the eye, there is definitely a lot more of things to do in China than just visiting the iconic Wall or the Forbidden City.

And to let you experience the same, here is a list which will help you plan your adventure in China. Make sure you include these fun things to do in China in the itinerary of your next trip!

1. Boating On River Li

Boating at River Li

The 83 km long Li River is clean enough for a boating trip or just a swim for those who are looking for fun things to do in China. You can travel on the cruise boat for a comfortable boating experience, choose to kayak on the Li River from Yangshuo, or can also enjoy bamboo rafting for a floating experience as the scenery is worth the visit.

Location: Guilin
Cruise Duration: 4 to 5 Hours
Best Time: April to June

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2. Interact With The Cute Pandas

Pandas in China

One of the fun things to do in China is to visit some super cute Pandas at the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base. The black and white fluffy animals love hanging, climbing, and munching on the bamboo groves. These adorable creatures are happy and lively all the time which makes it a must-experience to spend a day with them on your next trip to China.

3. Hike The Floating Mountains

Floating Mountains

Are you an Avatar fan? Well, a hike to the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park will then be a familiar trail for you. These mountains were the inspiration behind the floating mountains in Avatar. One of the most awesome things to do in China is to go hiking at this stunning park where the clouds accompany you making the experience more lively.

Tip: Take the famous Bailong Elevator that is a 1,070 feet high glass elevator built on the cliff for making travel easier.

4. Taste The Hot Pot Of Sichuan

Hot Pot Of Sichuan

While visiting the Province of Sichuan, make sure you taste local cuisines that are famous for the fiery flavour served almost in every dish. This is surely one of the 10 best things to do in China as you will be testing the limits of your taste buds with the famous Hot Pot of Sichuan broth.

5. Experience The Best Of Kite Flying

Kite Flying China

While exploring the city of Beijing, one must visit the Temple of Heaven for a quick history lesson about the Ming and Qing dynasty emperors. You can observe the locals practicing Tai Chi early in the mornings, young men and women playing Xiangqi, and many experts flying kites in an open area. Refreshing as it sounds, this is definitely a must-experience on your list of things to do in China.

Location: 1 Tiantan E Rd, Dongcheng Qu, Beijing Shi, China

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6. Kashgar’s Sunday Market

Kashgar's Sunday Market China

Shopping in China can be a fun activity when it comes to visiting the street markets here. Ditching all the malls and boutiques, most of the travelers find shopping at Kashgar’s Sunday Market to be one of the coolest things to do in China. These are two separate markets where the Yengi Bazaar has a plethora of colorful fabrics, hats, and more knives than you can imagine. However, Ulak market is famous for selling wholesale livestock where the deals are too good to miss.

Tip: Sundays are the busiest days so make sure you plan accordingly before visiting this market to avoid all the hustle and bustle.

7. Bamboo Tube Rice

Bamboo Tube Rice

When you take a trip to the Longsheng Longji rice terraces, make sure you take out a minute to admire the hard work of the farmers. One of the best things to do in China is to try the Zhongfan, bamboo tube rice delicacy which is quite famous in these parts. The dish is made up of glutinous rice, dry meat, and peanuts which are sealed in a bamboo tube and then cooked over fire. Do not miss out on this!

8. Ancient Art In Mogao Grottoes


If you are interested in art and history, then here are some of the fun things to do in China. Become an explorer and archaeologist for a day as you visit the Mogao Grottoes. These are about 700 caves filled with ancient Buddhist artwork, all of which are not open on the same day. However, you can get some inspiration to make your own piece too!

Location: Dunhuang, Jiuquan, Gansu, China
Timings: Monday to Sunday – 8 AM to 5:30 PM

9. Taste The Xiaolongbao In Shanghai


A trip to Shanghai is undoubtedly incomplete without relishing the traditional dish of Xiaolongbao that is a must to be included in your itinerary. One of the best things to do in Shanghai, China is getting a taste of the delicious street food of which, the famous soup dumplings of Shanghai are worth every penny you spend. Traditionally made of pork and cooked in small bamboo steamers, these local treats are a must-try!

10. Meet And Greet The Locals


Still confused about what to do in China? If you don’t want to be the typical tourist visiting the same attractions, one of the most interesting things to do in Beijing, China is to hop onto a rented sidecar while moving around the city. You will have a great experience riding through the great capital under the blue sky observing the skyscrapers and some of ancient structures. One of the most unusual things to do in China is visiting the Siheyuan Courtyards that are shared with Chinese families. Yes! You can actually meet these family clans who still live there and enjoy some good old banter and have a meal with them for a true local experience.

The list is obviously endless with the assortment of activities that you can indulge in. However, making a note of these fun things to do in China is sure to make your journey an unforgettable one. And for a hassle-free experience, book one of the customizable China holiday packages with TravelTriangle!

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Shun The Cliched and Visit These 10 Best Waterfalls In France This Summer!

France, the lively and chaotic country is bubbling with life, and who wouldn’t want to dip their feet into the exuberant stream of life that France depicts. Apart from shopping, museums, art and historical monuments like the Eiffel Tower, France also has a streaming source of adventurous and nature getaways for those who seek such joys in their lives. There are some majestic waterfalls in France which will steal your breath and assuage that nature-lover in you.

Here are the top 10 most breath-taking waterfalls in France that you should definitely visit if you are in that part of the World.

1. Cascades du HĂ©risson

Cascades du HĂ©risson

This noisy cascade of a waterfall is a natural heritage site, and it is situated in Menétrux-de-Joux. The green envelope surrounding the waterfall gives a dark and sultry feel to the whole experience. A fair amount of trekking is required to reach to the top, but the site is worth the challenge. It is easily one of the best waterfalls in France.

A word of caution: Since the rocks will be slippery with water, please wear proper footwear.
Where: 39130 Le Frasnois, France

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2. Cascade de Vulvoz

 Cascade de Vulvoz

This waterfall is situated deep into the woods of Saint Claude. A path through the forest will take you to this hidden waterfall, and it is a sight to behold! Get your bathing suits on, because the shallow water reflecting the foliage above is perfect for a leisurely swim. No wonder this hidden gem made it to the top 10 waterfalls in France!

Where: 39360 Vulvoz, France

3. Chute de la Druise

Chute de la Druise

The literal translation of the name of this waterfall is- Fall of the Druise. It is located in Plan-de-Baix, which is in the Alpes! The rocky terrain is dotted with greenery which provides the perfect backdrop for the Fall of the Druise. With such a dramatic name, it is, as the French say it- “Simplemente magnifico”! The France tourism may not promote their gorgeous waterfalls but they make an important part of tourism in the nation.

Where: 26400 Plan-de-Baix, France

4. Cascade de la Lance

Cascade de la Lance

This waterfall is aptly named as the Cascade of the Lance since the waterfall looks like an upside-down lance. It is situated in the rocky womb of Colmars. Walls of stepped rock surround the waterfall while the water rushes out with grace from an orifice in the cliff. It is truly a magnificent sight to behold!

Where: 04370 Colmars, France

5. Cascade des Anglais

Cascade des Anglais

This lively little waterfall is situated in Vivario. It is the perfect spot for fulfilling your wild swimming fantasies! This waterfall feels like a small party that never wants to disband. There’s something about the shallow pool, the sizzling of the waterfall, and the cocoon of rocks that turns a trip to this waterfall into a frat party.

Where: 20219 Vivario, France

6. Sillans la Cascade

Sillans la Cascade

This postcard-perfect waterfall is situated in Provence-Alpes-CĂ´te d’Azur region of France. This is the waterfall usually depicted in calendars and posters. Wispy and foamy water floats down from the cliff and mixes with the azure water of the pool. Dark foliage crowns the cliff and frames the pool. It is one of the most aesthetically pleasing waterfalls in France.

Where: 83690, France

7. Ruisseau de Planfaé

Ruisseau de Planfaé

The PlanfaĂ© Creek has a small waterfall that may not seem impressive at first. But, the pool is a prime location for wild swimming, and the cliffs are an explorer’s wildest dreams. The curtain of creepers adds a layer of mystery to this place. Located in the Maritimes, Alpes, it is the prime location to enjoy nature’s bounty in the form of perfect weather conditions.

Where: 06440 Lucéram, France

8. Cascade du Sautadet

Cascade du Sautadet

This waterfall is also known as the Jumping Waterfall and is located in Occitanie. This is because it jumps from one cliff to another. This rocky waterfall has the rugged charms of England which contradict the delicateness of France. Do not miss out on this waterfall if you seem to enjoy a healthy rock climbing.

Where: 30200, France

9. Gorges du Llech

Gorges du Llech

This heavenly gorge is located in Ravine. A fair amount of rock climbing is required to reach the bottom of the waterfall, which is covered by tall cliffs on all sides. This is a perfect place to test your adventurous side. The sight that greets you at the bottom of the frothy waterfall is worth the trouble you went through to get there.

10. Cirque de Navacelles

Cirque de Navacelles

It is located in Blandas, in the southern edge of the Massif Central mountain range of France. This beautiful waterfall spreads out sporadically over the cliffs giving a distinctive feel of a natural water park. Needless to say, the tourists here enjoy their time to the fullest by swimming in the pool and climbing the cliffs.

Where: 34520 Saint-Maurice-Navacelles, France

There is infinitely more to France than what meets the eye. Visiting the same overrated tourist places repeatedly isn’t any fun. So, this time you plan a trip to France, visit the best waterfalls in France and boast about doing something different.

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