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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South Africa, tips for an unforgettable whale watching experience

South Africa is not only National Parks where you spot the most wanted ‘’big five‘’ or Nature Reserves where you hike in the middle of the lush nature or along the wild coast, but it’s also home of the biggest […]

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Croatia, Plitvice lakes Park: tips for visiting

Plitvice Lakes National Park is with no doubt the most features of natural interest in Croatia. The park extends over an area of 29,000 hectares where almost 22.000 are forested and where the water covers 217 hectares. Tucked away in […]

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Congo (DRC), among the Mountain Gorillas

Mountain Gorillas tracking is one of the most amazing experience you can do in a life of trips,  something that you’ll keep in your heart forever. I ve had the luck to track these peaceful primates twice so far: i […]

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Uganda, Lake Bunyonyi: a perfect place where relaxing

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Lake Bunyonyi is one of the areas not to be missed during a trip thruogh Uganda. After a tiring tour of the country and  several treks to discover its wild nature, it’s the perfect place where relax and chill out, […]

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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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USA itinerary (West National Parks)

A long adventure on the road, a mix between cities and lush nature. San Francisco and the iconic Golden Gate bridge, Los angeles and its fancy neighborhoods, Vegas for a quick bet in the Casinos, but above all the magnificent […]

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Namibia, Spitzkoppe: the Mattherhorn of Africa.

 Spitzkoppe is a spectacular group of boulder granite peaks in Namibia’s Pondok Mountains. The granite is over 700 million years old and the highest outcrop rises about 1,784 meters above sea level. The peaks stand out in the surrounding flat plains […]

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Namibia, Sossusvlei: the highest dunes in the World

Namibia is renowned for its remote areas and during a trip throughout the country one of the place ‘’ not to be missed ’’ is the Namib desert , the oldest in the World. In the Nama language, ‘Namib’ means […]

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South Africa, St. Lucia estuary and iSimangaliso Wetland Park guide

The beginning of the St Lucia Estuary, the estuary mouth, is situated within the town of St Lucia at the Southern-most point of Lake St Lucia, within the province of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. This area was proclaimed a World […]

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