Posts Tagged ‘waterfall’

The Desert Gems

Where life finds a way to thrive – The desert erupts in a mishmash of beautiful greens, flanking a small glittering surface.  Oases are small pockets of fertile and green lands that can be found on deserts when there are freshwater sources lying underground. These underground rivers irrigate the ground’s…

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The Azores: Europe’s Hidden Eden

Located off the coast of Portugal lies an archipelago composed of 9 volcanic islands – The Azores. Europe’s Eden is one of its most hidden destinations that goes unheard of. Only those who have dug up enough about the nooks and crannies of the continent are aware of the beauty…

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Norway’s Scenic Routes

Photos by: Werner Harstad One of the easiest ways to explore Norway at your own pace is on a road trip along one of Norway’s award- winning Scenic Routes, where natural wonders are amplified by art, design and architecture.  Constructed over two decades, the Norwegian Scenic Routes initiative set out…

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5 things to do in Slovakia

Enter the land of castles and mountains, steeped in history. Slovakia is incredibly underrated as a tourist destination with many preferring to visit the countries surrounding it, including Hungary and Czech Republic. However, it is an amazing location for an adventurer. It is home to an abundance of activities. From…

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The Rainforests of Borneo

This giant island sits on the Malay Archipelago of Southeast Asia, lost in time. Famous for its ancient forests, it boasts an incredibly rich diversity of flora and fauna. It houses over 15 000 species of plants and animals whose lineages date back to thousands of years ago. Entering the…

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To get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, more and more individuals find themselves completely immersed in the wonders of nature. Completely cut off from the rest of the world, we seek an experience that produces a rush of adrenaline and a thumping heart when the day…

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Unearthing the Škocjan Caves, Slovenia

It seems like we can’t get enough of caves and their wonders this week! Nestled in Central Europe, Slovenia is home to the Škocjan Caves. This 6.2km-long underground cave was chiseled out by the Reka River which disappears into the Caves for a distance of 34km before resurfacing to enter…

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