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#1 Neil McDonald
Guide for Liverpool United Kingdom
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$65 / hour

I am a qualified & insured Liverpool Blue Badge Guide & offer fun tours of Liverpool including coach tours or in a smaller vehicle. My clients include cruise excursions, school groups, university open days, family's & the travel trade. Tel - 0044 7545 111397 I specialise in the Liverpool Beatles Walk and we also do extended tours to include Penny Lane & Strawberry Fields & we have even taken groups to Hamburg & London. I regularly arrange fun days out and holidays to Liverpool including booking flights, trains, coach hire, attractions and guided tours. We encourage visitors to stay a minimum of two nights in a themed Liverpool City Centre Hotel and also to visit the spectacular mountains of North Wales which are only 90 minutes away.

#2 Osama ALSmadi
Guide for Jordan
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$25 / hour

Tourist guide in the whole country of Jordan, historical, archeological, cultural, adventure, deserts and mountains and Eco-tourism specialist. English and French speaking, guiding since 2008. I can organize your tour and tailor it to your taste. Discover the mountains and the desert of Jordan, walk through the unbeaten paths of the marvelous Petra. Or you might care for some aquatic fun and some canyoning adventure...!?! Or even some scrambling on the iconic mountains of sandstone of the desert of wadi rum. You might be also interested in historical tours and cultural ones.. Come and discover the cradle of civilization in Jordan where you can trace history from 200,000 BC

#3 Roy Jafari
Guide for Tehran Iran
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Free Guide

I am born and bred in Tehran. I know it like the back of my hand. I am also familiar with people culture and attitude and can help you to understand their behavior. For those how are interested in people like I am I can introduce you to my many friends how can speak good English. If you are into sightseeing we can hire a car and see around or even better start walking and see my fascinating city. In Tehran, there are many places and local foods are amazing. You'll be amazed how much the city has to offer. Although, I have to warn you that drinking is prohibited by law in Iran and public restaurants and coffee won't serve you any kind of liquor. Having said that, you can always find whatever you want through local people and drink in your rooms and I can help you with that too. If you are looking for a fun and full of interesting people in Tehran don't hesitate to contact me.

#4 Daniel Travolto
Guide for Munich Germany
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Free Guide

I am not an expert on classic sightseeing in Munich but i am good company and i know some nice places to hang out and see. I know where the best icecream is, pizza place and so on :-) I also like playing tennis and other sports so i we can do that as well... i am really into going to nice places to eat... sushi as well I also like trekking in the mountains. I am also a good photographer so i can show you around and also make nice photos of you

#5 Anuj
Guide for MANALI India
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$5 / hour

manali About – Manali [widgetkit id=148] Manali with its unspoilt scenic grandeur is extremely popular with the tourists, for a lavish display of natural scenery. It is one of the principal show places of the Kullu region. To its North, South and West are ostentation of pinnacles and ridges, which, in fine weather, stand out in bold relief against skyline. At the lower elevation and in every direction there are vivid green patches of grassland and evergreen valleys ascending in irregular formation present probably the best view in the country. Manali is situated at an altitude of 1,926 metres and spreads in 12.5 square km. It is the real starting point of an ancient trade rout. Manali : General Information Altitude : 1,950 meters. Headquarter : Kullu ( altitude 1,220 meters ) Location : In district Kullu. ( 40 km. approx.) Access by Air : The nearest airport to Manali is Bhunter at 50 km. distance. Access by Rail : The convenient railheads are Chandigarh 320 km., Jogindernagar and Shimla 260 km. approx. Access by Road :Almost each and every part of the state is linked by roads. The Himachal Road Transport Corporation is running its buses covering the whole state. There is huge network of HRTC to cater the needs of the people. Distance :Manali is connected with direct bus services from all cities of Himachal, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. The distance from Manali to Shimla is 260 km., Chandigarh 320 km., Delhi 583 km., Pathankot 326 km., Dharamshala 253 km., Udaipur ( in Lahaul-Spiti ) 166 km., Keylong 104 km. and Kaza 244 km. Places to visit in Manali - Rohtang Pass :- ( 51 km. ) At an altitude of 3,978 metres on the highway to Keylong, the mass affords a wide-spread panorama of mountain scenery. Here eye meets a range of precipitous cliffs, huge glaciers and piled moraine and deep ravines. To the opposite is the well defined ‘Sonepani Glacier’ slightly to the left are the twin peaks of the Geyphang snow crowned. The Beas river rises near the crest of Rohtang from a block of Mica-Schist. To its left, 200 metres higher, is the little lake of ‘Sarkund’ ( Dashahr ) visited by a large number of people every year. The bath in the water of Sarkund lake effects cure of all bodily ailments or imaginary. The pass is open from June to October each year although trekkers can cross it earlier. It is the gateway to Lahaul-Spiti, Pangi and Leh valley. Mountaineering Institute :- This institute imparts training in basic and advanced courses of mountaineering. Institute speedily gaining prominence for conducting adventurous sports – rock climbing, high altitude trekking and skiing. It was set up in 1961 A.D. Solang Valley :- ( 13 km. ) A beautiful valley between Manali and Kothi which offers views of the glaciers and snow covered mountain peaks. The plateau is frequently used for holding camps by the trekking parties. The surrounding areas of Manali from 3 to 20 km. are suitable for rock climbing. The winter skiing festival is organised here as well as training in skiing is imparted at this place. Rohla Falls :- 16 kms. on way to Rohtang pass. If one goes to Marhi on foot from Kothi from the old road, the sight of the falls is fascinating. It is a good picnic spot as well. Marhi :- ( 39 km. ) A barren landscape offering extensive views of the valley and the mountains. 15 km. short of the 13,050 feet high Rohatang Pass on the Manali-Leh road lies one of the most picturesque places in Manali region. Marhi – a mountain plateau surrounded by lush green meadows strewn with myriad wild flowers. The place remains a stopover for transit visitors and tourists during summer and autumn seasons and a transit place for the people to wait for the ferocious weather to improve at Rohtang Pass to cross over to Lahaul and Spiti valley, during the winter months. Club House :- 2 kms. from the town, club house has indoor games facilities which has been located on the left bank of Manalsu Nallah. There are some picnic spots near it. Nehru Kund :- ( 6 km. ) A natural spring of clean cold water named after the late Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru, who used to drink water from this spring during his stay in Manali. It is located on the Manali-Keylong road. This spring is believed to be coming from ‘Bhrigu Lake’. Tibetan Monastery :- A new but colorful Buddhist temple. It contains many idols of Buddha. This monastey is famous for its carpet weaving and Tibetan handicraft. Kothi :- ( 12 km. ) A beautiful and quiet spot. The rest house here overlooks the narrow valley and commands views at the mountains. Below Kothi, for more than a km. the river Beas flows through a deep gorge, 30 metres or more in depth. The site of the bridge provides an interesting historical episode in early annals of Kullu. This place is famous for movie picturisation and resting resort for poets, writers and lovers of peaceful environments. Vashisht :- ( 3 km. ) This place is famous for its hot water springs and temples of Vashisht Rishi and Lord Rama. It is located on the bank of Beas, but well above the river. Natural hot sulphur springs with two separate bathing tanks for gents and ladies are always full of tourists. Turkish style showers fitted baths have also been built nearby. Hot water from the nearby spring is provided for bathing. Jagatsukh :- ( 6 km. ) The original name of this was ‘Nast’, it remained the ancient capital of Kullu for about 10 generations. Jagatsukh is famous for its Shiva temple in Shikhara Style and interesting old temple of ‘Gayatri Devi’ and Devi Sharvali. Hidimba Devi Temple :- ( 1.5 km. ) Built in 1553 A.D. also known as ‘Doongri Temple’ dedicated to the Goddess Hidimba ( Hirma Devi ), the wife of Bhima, has a four tiered pagoda shaped roof with a doorway carved with figures and symbols. Although carving is simple yet beautiful. This temple was built by Raja Bahadur Singh of Kullu. Arjun Gufa :- ( 15 km. ) A legendary cave near the village of ‘Prini’ on the left bank where Arjuna practised austerities to get the powerful ‘Pashupati astra’ ( weapon ) [widgetkit id=148] Himachal offers limitless possibilities for the adventure sports enthusiast. It’s varied terrain – mountains, valleys, forests, rivers and rapids and different climatic zones provide an exciting fare. Kullu Manali Visit Organize and Provide various customized adventure packages throughout Himachal Pradesh according to the requirement of the client. Age is not a consideration and the choice of an activity depends on one’s level of physical and mental fitness. Kullu Manali Visit can organize following adventure activities for its clients :- TREKKING:- Range upon range of mountain peaks, densely forested mountain slopes, undulating foothills, large rivers and lakes, plant and animal species, Himachal offers unparalleled challenge for climbers. the popular trekking areas in Himachal Himalayan ranges are the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges, routes over the passes between the shimla region and the Kullu Valley, the numerous treks in the Parvati valley in Kullu, the Sangla valley trek in Kinnaur and Grand Himlayan trek in Lahaul- Spiti. Trekking altitudes are between 1500-4000mtrs. MOUNTAINEERING:- The area in a radius of 3-20 km around Manali valley forms the core of mountaineering in Himachal. The Beas Kund region and the lower reaches of Hanuman Tibba (5930mtr.), the Manali and Shitidhar peaks around the source of river Beas and the Deo Tibba (6001mtr.) are usually are approached by beginners with some experience. The higher ranges are-Pir Panjal, Chandrabhaga, Dhauladhar, Kullu, Lahaul-Spiti, and Kinnaur districts. VEHICLE SAFARIS:- Traversing the Himalayan tracts by jeep, car or motorcycle in Himachal is wonderful experience. Kinnaur, Lahaul-Spiti, Manali-Leh safari, Rohtang pass, Leh-Ladakh is one of the Himachal’s classic safari routes. CAMPING:-Camps are pitched in various parts of the state to enable the visitors to enjoy the wonders of nature. The Beas river has its source in Rohtang pass where Beas Kund Camp is a popular camping destination. Gulaba, Raison, and Shoja also have a beautifull camp sites for the experienced and high altitude campers the glacier of ladakhi Manali is an irresistible attraction. For inexperienced the Solang valley, Kothi and Manali camp offers luxury camping amidst the Apple Orchids WATER SPORTS:-Amateur and first timers have their choice of quieter waters while the professionals can run over Himachal’s river rapids in an inflatable rubber dingy. The sports is now being held on river Sutlej, Beas, Ravi and Chandrabhaga. SKIING:-Manali is beautiful hill station is an ideal spot for adventure sport lovers. It offers skiing / snow boarding opportunities not only for professionals but also for beginners. Manali is surrounded by beautiful deodar cedar forests and huge peaks soaring to more than six thousand metres.Rohtang Pass and Solang Nallah offer a variety of slopes for skiers. Some easy runs are provided for beginners who can take a course or just hire an instructor for a short while from the directorate of Mountaineering and Allied sports or a one of the other agencies registered with department of Tourism. Sking facilities are available throughout the year at Rohtang. Expert skiers can enjoy helisking during the winter months for which they may contact the department of Tourism.The best skiing slopes located near Manali are Solang Nullah (Solang Valley), Kothi, Patalsu, Marhi, Gulaba, Dhundi and Rohtang. PARAGLIDING:-This sport is a mix of sky diving and hand gliding. Places where paragliding is regularly done are Bundla Dhar near Bilaspur, the Kullu valley, Intkali near Rohru and Bir in Palampur.Paragliding is organized in Kullu valley throughout the year at Solang Valley, located 14 kms from Manali and other locations like Marhi, Fatru, Bijli Mahadev etc. There are generally two kind of flights: Short flights : The client is taken 100 – 150 mts up the slope and takes a flight along with the pilot in the two seater paraglider. The flight lasts for approximately 60 – 90 seconds. High flying : Approximately 20-30 minutes flight and arranged at Fatru, Kothi, Hallan close to Naggar and Bijli Mahadev. Mainly for experienced pilots who have done short flights Angling / Fishing :- Angling and Fishing in Himachal . Himachal Pradesh is an excellent destination for fishing and angling. Brown and Rainbow trout are famous all over the world as the best game fish. The Pabbar valley region situated upstream of Rohru has many ideal spots for fishing. Other famous sites are Chirgaon, Seema, Mandil, Sandasu, Tikri and Dhamvari. The Beas River and its side streams like the Sarvari, Parbati, Sainj, Hurla and Tirthan are also good for the fishing sport. An anglers’ paradise. Himachal has several spots for both trout and mahaseer – as well as other fish. Acclaimed as the best sport fish in the world, both Brown and Rainbow Trout are to be found in Himachal’s streams. Upstream of Rohru in the Pabbar valley, there are several spots ideal for fishing.The picturesque Kangra valley has several spots that offer mahaseer – river carp. The reservoir of the Pong Dam right up to the town of Dehra has good spots. The area around Nadaun along the river Beas has some good beats, and some are Chamba Pattan near Garli (accessible from Nadaun or Jawalamukhi), Amritsar (2 km from Nadaun), Harsi Pattan (30 km from Tira Sujanpur) and Lambagaon (15 km from Tira Sujanpur). On the river Giri, Gaura (30 km from Solan on the Rajgarh road) and the beat near Dadahu (5 km from Renuka Lake) and the river Yamuna, downstream of Paonta Sahib are good spots for mahaseer.The waters of the Gobind Sagar near Bilaspur, also have a variety of fish. Fishing fees are nominal. The trout fishing season is from 31 March to 31 October. Generally, the best months for mahaseer are those that have an ‘r’ in their spelling – January, Fabruary, March, April, September, October, November and December. Famous Fishing Resorts in Himachal Fishing Place Famous for Distance Banjar Trout Fishing 55km. from Kullu Larji Trout Fishing 34km. from Kullu Kasol Trout Fishing 5km. from Manikaran Katrain Trout Fishing 20km. from Manali .

#6 Rosy Omeje
Guide for Kano Nigeria
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Free Guide

I know virtually everywhere in Kano so I can show you around town and take you to places of interest. www.mydiaryasagrowinggirl.blogspot.com








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