Expedia.de Helps Fleeing The Schokobergen Easter

A third of Germans yearns for an active holiday in Munich March 26, 2010. Nearly nine kilograms chocolate consumed the Germans according to the Federal Association of the German confectionery industry in the last year. Christmas and Easter are high phases of sweet consumption. While the Germans want to live really fit and healthy. The travel trend study by Expedia.de and the society for consumer research shows: in 32 percent of men and 35 percent of women adventure and active tours at the top of popularity.

If water sports, hiking, cycling, diving, so the calories in the Easter holidays does not apply. Looking after the appropriate travel deals can be on Expedia.de sports filter. Inspiration in the search filed under diving holiday vacation, the diving equipment in shot, what is missing is the inspiration for the destination. Filters in the section allow the targeted search after special diving regions\”packages. Information about the region and the air and water temperature support with the selection.

Egypt is regarded as Divers paradise and is warm in March about 25 degrees. In the Red Sea, reef, 50 km from Marsa Alam lies the Daedalus. Pristine hard coral formations here the tourists. The adventure is certain: the chance encounter hammerhead and grey reef sharks can be large. Special adventure travel in the Middle East are available directly on the home page of Expedia.de. Hiking regions help filter on Expedia.de at a glance for the journey of discovery in climbing shoes. \”\” After entering the wishes, such as sports hiking \”, 3-star hotel and destination medium-haul\”, the objectives are presented clearly. The temperature indication reveals how very probably sweated during the migration. Pleasant 22 degrees lure for Easter for example in Tenerife. The underground hike in the Cueva del Viento – the cave of the winds – explore leisure Neuland. The cave was discovered in 2008 and is located in the North West of Tenerife.

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