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El Caminito Del Ray, Spain

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This is one of the most surprising of structures in the world, well, you cannot even call it a structure as a matter of fact! Besides, there is a story behind how this path got a very famous name that it bears till date. The reason is that it has emerged as one of the world’s most dangerous and most ... Read More »

Sequoia and Kings Canyon NPS: Home Of World’s Giant Trees

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If you’re an admirer of giant trees, wildlife and enjoy hiking in the dense forests along valleys, meandering rivers and waterfalls with a vast patch of fresh green meadows, diverse landscapes then you are looking at the right place! You can enjoy the beauty of nature in its every form in this national park system. The Sequoia and Kings Canyon ... Read More »

The Ice-lands of Juneau, Alaska

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Alaska offers one of the world’s most breathtaking tourist sites in United States. It is a home to 850 grottos and caves, the most visited include El Captain on Prince of Wales Island, Juneau Ice Caves in Juneau and Chugach Mountain Ice Caves.  Though El Captain is the most visited of them all but Juneau, enthralls you with its majestic glaciers and ever ... Read More »

Lofoten – the Cluster of Islands Norway

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  The northern part of Norway consists of a group of islands called as Lofoten. There are many different islands in Lofoten, some of them are Hinnoya in the southwestern part, Austvagoy stretches the southern part, Gimsoy, Vestvagoy, Flakstadoy, Moskenesoya, Vaeroy, Rost and many other small islands. Vestvagoy is also a municipality in the northern part of Norway. However, Vaeroy ... Read More »

The Rain Capital of India – Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

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Seven Sisters, as the North Eastern states of India are popularly known, are home to some spectacular tourist locations. Submerged under constant rain is the town of Cherrapunji in Meghalaya, one such location. Home to clouds and the raindrops, the town of Cherrapunji is often referred to as the rain capital of India. The place is locally and historically known ... Read More »

An Excursion to the Bluebell Woodlands, Britain and Ireland

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A bluebell wood is a land of wood which has a beautiful carpet of flowering bluebells (Hyacinth ides non-scripta) in the spring season. It actually forms under the shelter of newly forming leaves. The more ground is covered up as the thicker summer canopy is formed and that actually promotes a dense carpet of bluebells and the bluebell leaves mature ... Read More »

Bridging North-East India: Mawnlynnong and Dawki, Meghalaya

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Among the lush greens of Meghalaya stands one of the greatest awe-inspiring spectacles of pristine nature. No matter whether you are a fan of the waterfalls, hiking in the woods, finding your way out of treacherous caves, or exploring underwater, Meghalaya has something for every avid traveller out there. Apart from holding records in being the rainiest of places, it ... Read More »

Windsor Castle – A Royal Home and Fortress

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Windsor Castle is a royal residence and a tourist place at Windsor in Berkshire a country of south east England, located to the west of London.  The castle is famous  for its long relation  with the British royal family and for its architecture. The core part of  Castle was built in the 11thcentuary after the invation of William the conqueror . After Henry I ... Read More »

Mount Godwin Austen – The highest peak of India

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K2 also known as Mount Godwin Austen is the second highest mountain peak after Mount Everest. From the great Trigonometric Survey its name has been derived as Thomas Montogomerie made the first survey of the Karakoram from Mount Haramukh to the south, and he sketched two of the most prominent peaks namely K1 and K2. Its elevation is around 8,611 ... Read More »