For those who cross the globe on business or on vacation at least several times a year, flying is not surprising. Booking tickets, baggage claim, passport control, transit area – everything is commonplace and has long been familiar.
It’s hard to remember what it was like – your first flight. Maybe your breath caught, “goosebumps” ran around your skin, or maybe you wanted to joyfully run around the cabin, but the stewardess’s warning look didn’t let her dream come true? Continue reading
It would be great to travel without taking off your slippers, fly whenever you want, without any balloons and planes, or go into space as easily as in a grocery store. New technologies are appearing faster and faster every year. We presented what tourism will become in the future and will tell you about our fascinating findings.
Jetpacks and jet packs
Soon, the pyramids will no longer need to look up and down. Specialists at Martin Aircraft from New Zealand have created a compact flying device – Martin Jetpack, which will raise you to a height of 915 meters, allow you to enjoy the flight for half an hour, and then safely lower it to the ground. Continue reading
The British publication The Telegraph blew the world public with intriguing news: in 2018, a unique journey to the remains of the legendary Titanic will become available. It is assumed that the dive to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean and the contemplation of the wreckage of a sunken ship will take place in May next year.
Mission in St. John: a tourist dive
One of the largest tour operators in Britain promises to organize an unforgettable tour and immerse tourists to a depth of 4,000 meters to meet with the liner. The details of the trip are no less exciting than the tour to the Titanic, which will last 8 days. Continue reading