USA, Death Valley must see

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Death Valley is  one of the most known and suggestive National Park in the whole North America. With its arid and desert landscape, wavy mountains, colorful canyons, craters, salt pinnacles and above all a depth up to 86 meters below […]

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Top 10 Things to Do in Doha

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Doha is not a famous destination as its neighbor Dubai, where the tourist go to explore the country having special experience between relax and fun but, if you have the chance to spend here some days for leisure, business or […]

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Uganda: where to meet the Chimpanzees

Uganda has got dense and lush tropical forests that home primates among which include Chimpanzee. Guided nature walks through the forest to track this incredibile mammal , said by scientist to be the closest living relative to human sharing  99% […]

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Turkey, Pamukkale and Hierapolis: what to do

Pamukkale, which means ‘cotton castle’ in Turkish, is one of the most extraordinary natural wonders in Turkey and one of the most famous attractions. This fairyland was formed by the underground volcanic activity where hot thermal water springs pouring down […]

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Uganda, Ziwa Sanctuary: a project to save the Rhinos

Driving north-west from Kampala to Murchinson Falls National Park, it is worth a visit to  Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Here a Rhino trekking to watch the endangered white rhino is a must and above all this is the only place in Uganda where […]

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Uganda, Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Falls National Park lies at the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley and it is Uganda’s oldest and largest conservation area, covering 3800 Km² and home to over 451 bird species (including the highly sought after and rare […]

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Cambodia, Kratie: home of the endangered Irrawaddy dolphins

The small town of Kratie, roughly 315 km northeast of Phnom Penh,  sits on the banks of the Mekong and, despite its modest proportions, acts as the capital of the rural province. We spent here one day on our way […]

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Cambodia, Phnom Penh central market

During the visit of Phom Penh, one of the landmarks not to be missed if you like living a slice of a daily life of cambodian people, is the Central market, known as Phsar Thmei.  The market opens from 7 […]

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Turkey, Ephesus and Aphrodisias

Ephesus was one of the most important coastal cities and commercial center of western Anatolia and is considered one of the spectacular outdoor museums in Turkey. The traces of the earliest settlement go back to the 10th century BC but […]

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Turkey, Tuz Golu: the salt lake

Located 120 km south of Ankara, on the way to Cappadocia, the Tuz Gölü, also called Tatta in antiquity, is a saline lake occupying a huge area in the arid central plateau of Turkey and provides over 60% of the […]

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