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The romance of traveling by train never fades. Trains mean a journey. The feeling of travel while sitting on a train is unique. The scenery flows past in a way not like from an airplane or in a car – especially if you’re the one driving and you can’t sightsee, but also because a train crosses countryside instead of following busy roads.…Continue
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Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge is the house of thousands of emerald basilisks, giant bear ants, jaguars, caimans, ocelots, green iguanas, river turtles, monkeys, pumas, bats and prehistoric fishes such as the Tropical Gar. This wildlife refuge is also the abode of rare birds like the northern jacanas, ibises, jabiru storks, anhingas, cormorants and roseate spoonbills. Set near the Nicaraguan border in a remote area, reaching this refuge is…Continue
Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on August 18, 2012 at 6:39pm — No Comments
When the Belize Tourist Board suggested that I take a trip to explore the ”Central American Nirvana” once known as British Honduras, I quickly jumped at the opportunity. A trip was arranged by the tourist board to visit to the Belize Zoo, and a stay at Cave’s Branch Resort for a “bungle in the jungle.” After three days in the jungle rappelling and spelunking (cave diving), I was off to my next adventure and the reason most travelers come to Belize. A trip to Belize’s barrier reef. A trip to…Continue
Staying in Costa Rica’s San Jose metropolitan area and looking for a fun, natural activity for the day? INBioparque is a great half-day trip close by that gives you an enjoyable and educational look at Costa Rica’s incredibly varied biodiversity all in one place.
Rappelling 300 feet down a cliff into the Black Hole
When the Belize Tourist Board asked me to come to Belize to get a taste of their “slice of paradise,” I gladly accepted. As a scuba diver I was well aware that Belize is the world’s second largest barrier reef, only…Continue
Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia's corner of beautiful Borneo, is the capital of Sabah State and the gateway to visiting Sabah and Borneo. Known as KK, it is the largest city on Borneo and the sixth largest in Malaysia. It is accessible…Continue
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The tours to Tanzania is like adventure tours in the capital of Africa’s safaris origin. Tanzania is a country of magnificent natural splendors, astonishing wildlife, romantic beaches, charming olden…Continue
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Kenya was identified as the original home of fantastic safari by legendary personalities such as Ernest Hemingway and Karen Blixen. Some of the most classic movies like Out of Africa, was filmed in Kenya and it…Continue
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This is the home to millions of wildebeests... each one driven by the same ancient culture of annual migration from Tanzania to Kenya via the seasonal Mara river., fulfilling its instinctive role in the inescapable cycle of life: a frenzied three-week bout of territorial conquests and mating; survival of…Continue
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Costa Rica. You’ve probably heard of it. The tiny Central American country is big in tourism news. You may even know someone who’s been there. When you hear the name, you probably think of beautiful tropical beaches, rainforest, surfing, volcanoes, hot and steamy jungle.
But what’s important to know so you can plan a visit?
Check out our top 10 list of What to Know for Travel to Costa Rica:
The future of the Masai Mara game reserve and the continued existence of the abundant game inside it is directly dependent on the Masai communities living around it. The pastoralist …Continue
Are you looking forward to an exciting and extraordinary experience on your next holiday? then don’t hesitate to visit Africa for great Kenya adventure trips and Tanzania camping safaris among other activities. Quite a number of tourists prefer adventure camping safaris because of the various…Continue
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Lake Manyara is Tanzania’s bird watching paradise which stretches for 50km along the base of the rusty-gold 600-metre high Rift Valley escarpment; Lake Manyara is a scenic gem, with a setting explained by Ernest Hemingway as “the…Continue
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Arusha national park is the closest national park from Arusha town – northern Tanzania safari capital. Arusha National Park is a multi-faceted jewel, often overlooked by Tanzania safari lovers, despite offering the opportunity to explore a beguiling diversity of wild game within a few hours of game-drive.
The entrance gate leads into shadowy montane forest inhabited by inquisitive blue monkeys and colourful…Continue
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In India, Rajasthan is a famous state situated in north-west region of the country. The state is renowned for its abundant of astonishing tourism sightseeing and marvelous holiday destinations. Historical monuments are the major attractions. Holidaymakers can find many numbers of wonderful forts and spots located in several cities, apart from that the city is also very famed for wildlife tourism. Keoladeo national parks and Ranthambore are the two major wildlife reserve of Rajasthan. Every…Continue
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As I have been talking on previous posts, Costa Rica
is a country full of nature and biodiversity. If we start counting the number of attractive and natural resources within its area, the list would none finish. From volcanoes and beaches to rainforests and rivers, plus the number of habitats for thousands of flora and fauna species, all of this in just one small country in the middle of America.…
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Supposedly the driest desert on Earth, the Atacama presents a world of colour, oases and wildlife that will surprise even the most sceptical traveller.
Flying from Santiago, Chile to the Atacama Desert in the north, the dry, brown mountains seem endless. Eventually, I spy a trail of dust chasing a…Continue
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The Great Rift Valley was first recognized by a Scottish geologist, Walter Gregory early 1890s around Lake Naivasha, it is believed to have been formed millions of years ago as a result of continental drift processes. These strong underground forces led to the pulling apart of the earth crust causing the falling of the land between…Continue