Sardinia is one of the world’s most visited tourist destinations, attracting tens of millions of visitors each year.
In 2018, visitors spent $1.6 billion there, according to the Tourism Board of India.
The city also attracts wealthy and powerful people from around the world to enjoy the spectacular beaches and exotic locations.
The ruby yacht tours that take tourists to the island’s beaches in 2018 were founded in 2009 and have been taking visitors to the beautiful island of Sardis since then.
They travel from India to Singapore, Singapore to Australia and then to New Zealand, to take in the incredible sights and the breathtaking scenery.
In 2017, the ruby-and-gold-colored boat tour boats were the subject of a BBC documentary, titled “The Best of Sari.”
The documentary featured more than 40 guests on the boat, including actor Sam Rockwell.
It was produced by BBC and aired on Sunday nights, but its popularity continues to grow.
Since then, more and more tourists have visited Sardinas beaches to take photos and experiences.
According to the BBC, the country has more than 7,000 beaches and has an estimated population of more than 50 million people.
So, is it time to move away from the ruby and gold-colored yacht tours?
Sari, where the ruby boat tours are based, is one island in the world that is very popular and beautiful, and is definitely worth the trip, said Sarit Chaudhary, director of the Singapore-based Sarit Institute of Tourism, which is also the owner of the Sari yacht tours.