That time of year is coming around again. The time that is hugely anticipated by some and dreaded by others… the summer school holidays. How do you keep children occupied for six whole weeks? Which days out in Yorkshire will keep them entertained for more than just a few hours? Is there anything out there to do that won't cost an arm and a leg? These are just a few questions whizzing around the heads of parents all over the country.
If you, like many others, are looking for great days out in Yorkshire that the kids will love, you need look no further - Lightwater Valley, our brilliant Yorkshire theme park, is the perfect solution. With amazing special offers, the UK's largest Angry Birds Activity Park and a huge collection of attractions including the longest roller coaster in Europe, The Ultimate, there's something to keep everybody in the family happy this summer at the most thrilling theme park Yorkshire.
When it comes to family days out in Yorkshire, the kids always want a day that's filled with fun, excitement and laughter - and what a pleasant bonus it is if you can give them this at a fantastically low price. Here at Lightwater Valley, we are offering 30% off for guests who choose to book online, meaning your family day out Yorkshire won't only be amazing but it certainly won't break the bank! If you're interested in this amazing offer, visit our website today to find out more details.
If that's not enough to get you on board, why not take a look at buying one of our park season tickets so you can enjoy family days out in Yorkshire all year round? From only £69 per person (based on a family of five), you can enjoy unlimited thrills, chills and adventures any time you like in 2016. What's more, this includes entry to our amazing Yorkshire theme park for our special Fabulous Fireworks and Frightwater Valley events as well. Days out in Yorkshire have never been better value!
Another great offer for those of you who love a bit of special treatment is our VIP day ticket that can be bought for just £35 per person. It's the perfect way to crank your family day out Yorkshire up a notch, with the offer of park entry, a meal deal voucher so you know that lunch is taken care of, a ride photo voucher and three front-of-queue tickets so you can jump to the front of the line of your three favourite rides. You're making a massive saving by buying VIP tickets and it will make your family day out Yorkshire even more exciting for the kids!
These are just a few of the fantastic offers our Yorkshire theme park has on offer over the school summer holidays. On top of these, we are hosting a selection of exciting events on selected dates including a Teddy Bear's Picnic, Andy Day's Dinosaur Weekend and The Ultimate Plunge bungee challenge. Great days out in Yorkshire really don't get much more exhilarating then they are at Lightwater Valley!
Mount Everest is more than the most famous and highest mountain on earth - it has unique beauty, mystery and moods that will leave you in awe. Millions would love to visit this region - this is your opportunity!
Everest base camp is the most popular adventure destination in the Himalaya ever since sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa climbed the Mount Everest in May 1953. Trekking to the Everest base camp in Nepal is an ultimate goal for trekkers and a beginning of the expedition bid for the climbers. The journey to base camp and Kalapathar is once in a lifetime adventure of great challenge and achievement with thrill of being so close next to the tallest mountain on the planet. The scenery is simply breathtaking with parades of glistening peaks, stunning glaciers around, ancient and ornate monasteries and not to forget the fascinating Sherpa culture and tradition.
Walking holidays in Everest region is probably the most popular trekking destination in the world. Trekking in Everest region is justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world highest peak and Himalayan sceneries but also for its cheerful Sherpa people, picturesque settlements, colourful festivals, ornate serene monasteries and an outpost of Tibetan Buddhism. Everest treks and climbing route passes through lush forest on the back dropped of stunning mountain peaks. We have separated enough rest days on the way up for proper acclimatisation that also allow you to have plenty of opportunity to visit monasteries and Sherpa villages.
Mount Everest. To the Nepalese it is simply called Sagarmatha, the "sky head". To the Tibetans it is Chomolungma, the mother goddess of the earth. To the rest of the world it is the most renowned mountain of all. When it comes to spectacular breathtaking mountain panoramas, the Everest Trek is without equal. The walk to Everest Base Camp Trekking from Lukla takes you through lush valleys with abundant flora and fauna, past friendly Sherpa villages and Buddhist monastaries, and far above the treeline towards the earth's highest mountains. Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse and Mt. Everest tower above you on this challenging but very rewarding trek.
We organise teahouse treks in Everest region allow with some camping trekking. Everest walking holidays start and end with a scenic mountain flight landing / taking off at the airstrip of Lukla. we provide the experience trekking guide for guiding for lead the way until your destination, familier asistant guide for help in incase if you have some problem and son on so, , kindness porter for carry your luggage duerin the trekking period. All accomodation with be in lodge or guest house during the trek and there are available continental, chinese, Indian, Nepali foods on the trek.
London is one of the most visited and travelled destinations in world, whether for work or for leisure. Hence in order to cater to high volumes of passengers every year, there are many airports ik UK itself that are well connected with different parts of the world like Manchester Airport, Gatwick Airport or Stansted Airport.
Manchester and Heathrow are the busiest ones however in the past few years even Stansted airport is becoming one of the fastest growing airports in the world. Every year almost 25 million passengers travel to and from Stansted Airport from different parts of the world. Therefore a proper and effective infrastructure is required in future in order to handle large number of travellers.
Modes of Travel from Stansted Airport
Once you have reached the city the first and the foremost thing that you think about is how to get from the airport to your desired destination. Stansted Airport is situated farther outside the city and hence if you want to travel, you might have to do a bit of planning.
One of the most common and taken options can be Stansted Airport Taxi service service. Since there are no taxi ranks particularly outside the airport which normally other airports have, therefore you might need to book the Stansted Airport Taxi beforehand either by phone or booking on the airport itself. For booking on the airport you would have to contact the international arrivals desk of the airport and ask the airport staff to book the Stansted Airport taxi for you. You also have an option of calling cab services that operate in the city. If you are looking for a cheaper option than booking a Stansted Airport Taxi, then here are some options that you can check.
Stansted has its own dedicated railway network that joins different cities of United Kingdom. You can easily find trains in the interval of every 15 minutes during the day time and during the peak hours that is early morning and after 5 PM be ready to wait for 30 minutes for the train to arrive. The train service begins from 6 AM in the morning and runs till the midnight. If you want to travel luxury then you can book your ticket on the business class. However, the train other than the business class is also quite comfortable so why spend extra.
Endless pines and cedars dotting the mountains, wisps of mist and views of magnificent snow peaks... no wonder the British chose Shimla for their summer capital. The crowning glory of Shimla, at 8,250 feet precisely, is the astounding Wildflower Hall, an Oberoi resort. Words can't justify the immense charm and beauty of the resort – picturise yourself sitting by the fire, smoking your pipe, savouring a drink or reading as the world goes by. If history and class make up your cup of tea, Wildflower Hall is just the place for you.
The site where the hotel is located was once the residence of Lord Kitchener who was the commander-in-chief of India's armed forces in the early 20th century. The property was rebuilt to reflect grandeur reminiscent of those times. So there are teak wood floors everywhere, hand-knotted rugs and furnishings complete the picture. You could explore the rich flora and fauna of the Himalayas based at the resort, taking long walks and enjoying the fresh mountain air. For the adventurous type, the resort provides opportunities galore – river rafting, trekking and mountain biking among others.
If you love to laze at the spa, the Wildflower Hall is just the place for you. This fairy tale luxury resort offers an outdoor Jacuzzi apart from a heated swimming pool. Having got an opportunity to stay at the resort for a couple of days, I decided to explore the options at the spa. I opted for the signature indigenous rituals where I got a rejuvenating head massage which was combined with inhalation of essential oils. Then there is a steam therapy as well, and I came out relaxed and rejuvenated after a session at the spa.
The rooms are yet another story altogether. Each room offers views of the gardens, the mountains and the forests around. There are marble bathrooms, LCD TV, satellite television and DVD player, Wi-Fi and all the modern amenities that are expected of a luxury resort. There are Deluxe Garden View Rooms, Premier Garden View Rooms, Premier Mountain View Rooms, Deluxe Suites and the Lord Kitchener Suite. The mountain-view rooms are highly recommended, as most guests would feel.
When it comes to dining, The Restaurant has on its menu Indian, Asian and continental dishes to please the palate of international travellers. Lutyens caters to traditional Indian cooking, and you can enjoy a traditional dinner here as I did. It opens only during the peak season, though, and only for dinner. The Cavalry bar is idea for relaxing with a drink of which there is wide variety.
The best time to visit Shimla is during summer. If you want to experience snowfall, you should visit in winter, but if you are not used to extreme winters, it may not be a great idea. There are many hotels in shimla to suit your budget, but if you can enjoy a stay at The Wildflower Hall, nothing like it! It is the place to head to among all the resorts in Shimla.