Indonesia, Java Island: how to climb Ijen Volcano

Tips for Ijen Volcano tour One of the most breathtaking hiking that you can do throughout Indonesia, it’s to get to the “heart” of Ijen Volcano in East Java Island. The 200 meters deep crater that lies at an altitude […]

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Oman, Wadi Bani Khalid: natural pools with crystal water

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A refreshing swim in the emerald waters of Wadi Bani Khalid How to get the Omani pools? Located 200 km from Muscat and just 50 km from Bidiya – Wahiba Sands dunes (where desert campgrounds are located), it’s one of […]

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USA, Death Valley must see

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What to see and do in the Death Valley Death Valley is one of the most known and suggestive National Park in the whole of North America. With its arid and desert landscape, wavy mountains, colorful canyons, craters, salt pinnacles […]

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China, Beijing: how to visit Badaling Great Wall

A tour around China is not completed if you don’t visit the Great Wall. This  majestic defensive structure winds up and down  like a huge snake across mountains, deserts, grasslands, stretching for almost 21.000 km from east to west of […]

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Tanzania, Serengeti National Park: the highest concentrations of predators in Africa

During my trip through Tanzania, i also spent 3 days in the wonderful Serengeti National Park ,the world’s largest protected grassland and savannah ecosystem . Serengeti is the oldest and most popular national park, also a World Heritage site and recently […]

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Uganda, Lake Mburo: the smallest savannah National Park of the country

Lake Mburo National Park, with its 260 square kilometers, is the smallest of Uganda’s savannah national parks and it is located in Kiruhura district in the western Uganda, about 30 kilometers by road, east of Mbarara, the largest city in […]

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China, Shaoshan: the heart of the ‘’Red Tourism’’

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Hunan Province – Shaoshan is a small town located 100 km from Changsha (the capital of Hunan Province) where Mao Zedong, the founder of the Peoples Republic of China was born and lived during a part of his life, therefore […]

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Uganda, visiting 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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