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Nurturing Peerless Nature, Gabon – Part II

Nurturing Peerless Nature, Gabon – Part II

Tourist attractions Eastern Gabon Roaming in the lands of Eastern Gabon is certainly not an easy journey. Unlike South Africa or Kenya where you will find locals wandering around since the Union Jack swayed over the barracks, Eastern Gabon lies acutely over the tourism facade. However, those who will be ready to explore adventure and come up with great guts will surely experience off-the-ordinary adventure. Past 4 hours of train traveling towards the East of Libreville is located Reserve de la Lope. This reserve boasts an extraordinary collection of elephants, buffaloes, innumerable birds and the most popular amidst all is the mandrill’s colorful bottom. Going more towards the East is the Ivindo National Park, which can loom as the flourishing eco-tourist destination of Gabon. It is  [...]

Indulging In Desert Romance Of Tunisia – Part II

Indulging In Desert Romance Of Tunisia – Part II

Tourist attractions Tunisia Medina: Discovered by Arabs in the 7th century, this legendary Medina once was Tunis. Today, this marvelous site has been marked as an UNESCO World Heritage Site because of the touch of antiquity and royalty. Its twisted streets are clogged with majestic palaces and monuments hailing from different epochs. The whole royal touch renders it an extraordinary feel and it feels as if one has landed altogether on a new planet. Maze streets of Medina are embellished with hidden mansions and magnificent ancient architects. Medina’s architectures are an idyllic spot to visit, as the narrow streets are cool during summers and warm during winters. Because the streets are narrow, houses had to be built aloft, eventually building the vaults and rooms above the streets.  [...]

Grandeur Legendary Marvels In Egypt – Part II

Grandeur Legendary Marvels In Egypt – Part II

Tourist attractions Cairo: Past arrival, the most striking thing that will hit you is the inundation of crowds, which is mind-boggling. Observing the clutter, the very first things that will be in your tongue tip are Cairo’s noisy walls, jammed-up traffic, uproar of hawkers, fogs of pollution. Soak in the vivacious metropolitan life of Cairo. Renowned as ‘Um ad- Dunya’- Mother of the World, Cairo is a contemporary city that has blanketed its rich historical background with the sheet of recent growth. View the historic treasures down to Islamic Cairo which will take you for a visit to the past medieval ages. Move towards the west and observe the majestic pyramids of Giza that is standing firmly from over 4000 years. Step in Cairo’s Museum which lets you peek an array of Egypt’s  [...]

Traveling In Enigmatic Cote d’Ivoire

Traveling In Enigmatic Cote d’Ivoire

Cote d’Ivoire gained recognition as an economic phenomenon of Africa, and was once looked upon as a role-model for sustaining stability on the African continent. This land never broke from its colonial masters, its post-independence leaders persuaded French capital to create contemporary infrastructure and add up significant developments in Cote d’Ivoire. The first president Houphouët-Boigny was a charismatic personality who encouraged a fusion of practical western capitalism and African values. However, his dream didn’t turn into reality as the society he directed was far away from being liberal and all his efforts went in vain after his death. Subsequently, followed line-up of coups and rebellions which shattered the country adversely and eventually the Northern-led insurgency in  [...]

Charming Falkland Islands

Charming Falkland Islands

The Falkland Islands or Islas Malvinas are splendid destinations, if visited while touring to Antarctica, especially with a combined trip to South Georgia; however visiting them separately lends extensive opportunities to explore the region fully. The land has a distinct atmosphere with a huge wildlife population of penguins, seals and albatrosses. Falkland Islands is located 490kms to the East of Patagonia, and is encircled by the South Atlantic. It also lays two main islands, East and West Falkland and more than 700 smaller ones that are spread over 12,713 sq km, which is almost same area as Northern Ireland or Connecticut. It was Argentina’s military dictatorship, who made an imprudent decision of capturing Falkland in 1982; a small amount of people could barely pinpoint the location  [...]

Enthralling Kuala Lumpur – Part II

Enthralling Kuala Lumpur – Part II

Tourist attractions Kuala Lumpur Bird park: This extensive tropical bird park sits in the sprawling scenic and tranquil land of Lake Gardens. This 60-hectare park is popularly known as “Free-flight Walk-in aviary,’ and houses a wide-ranging species ranging from lovely peacocks to the unusual birds from the entire globe. It is home to nearly 200 diverse species and 5000 birds. Also, this lush verdure landscape forms a part of the green belt of Kuala Lumpur. However, the Lake Gardens were built up in the year 1888 and are an artificial one. Tourists can grab fun and catch scenic views of the entire garden by taking a boat ride in the lake waters. The verdure garden bequeaths great picturesque views; one can grab some beautiful views while meandering in the walkways alongside green  [...]

Exploring Off The Track Bulgaria – Part III

Exploring Off The Track Bulgaria – Part III

I have taken you for a visit in the exotic Bulgaria; now let’s move ahead in its enchanting tourists spot. Tourist attractions Ahtopol: It is a chilling location which offers a blend of Sun and natural surroundings. It is a quaint spot with solitary flowing air. Along with this, it proffers a long beach that stretches about 800 meters from the town centre and lush green hills. There are few buildings which mark their presence in the verdure landscape. However, it is planned to renovate the place rendering a whole new structure in the forthcoming years. An €80 million marina resort is being planned which would have room capacity for 500 yachts. The post office and administration buildings lie at a distance of 500 m to the east from the town ‘centre’ which is sitting alongside  [...]