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The Most Threatening Species of Africa…

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INTRODUCTION Africa is the 2nd largest and second most populated continent. Africa is one of the most dreamlike continents on the planet with the most remarkable and most enthralling sites that are a treat not only for eyes but for the mind and soul too. A mixture or blend of modern and ancient, Africa is one of the best places ... Read More »

Safari Adventures in East Africa

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Whenever it comes to Africa, tourists have never been  deceived because the beauty of this place wins everyone’s heart. Be it any part of Africa, the place tries it’s best to connect the living entity, which is us to the nature and it also has been successful in doing it to a very great extent. Today I am going to ... Read More »

Penguin Island, Western Australia

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Australia’s largest state is nowhere short of stunning locations for a serene, spectacular aquatic holiday. Penguin Island is one of the most beautiful destinations that Western Australia offers. A marine paradise, this location is located just about 45 minutes from the state’s capital city Perth. Set in the charming Shoalwater Islands, experience nature at its pristine best with virgin white, ... Read More »

Kruger National Park, South Africa

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One of the largest Game Reserves in Africa, Kruger National Park spreads over an area of 19,633 sq. km. The National Park is situated in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga. The area was turned into a national Park in 1926. The park is a part of the Kruger Canyons Biosphere, which is an area designated by the UNESCO as ... Read More »

Table Mountain, South Africa

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The Majestic Table Mountain stands proud, overlooking the city of Cape Town, in South Africa and is also featured in the official flag as well as other local insignia. The mountain forms a part of the Table Mountain National Park which makes it a major tourist attraction. The flat top of the mountain was the reason behind its name. The ... Read More »

Gujarat: The Jewel of the West

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India is a country famous for its culture, temples and food. The ‘Jewel of the West’ i.e., Gujarat, in the North-West coast of India is a major state in India with an area of 196,024 km2 and a population of 60,439,692. Some of the major cities of Gujarat are Ahmedabad, Surat, Baroda, Bhuj, Rajkot, Bhavnagar and many others. It shares ... Read More »

Maharashtra tourism- Discover a whole new world

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Maharashtra is located in the western region of India. It is popularly known for its diverse culture and language. Basically Maharashtra is famous for all of its multi dimensional availability and tradition related to standard of living, cuisines, tourist places, locations etc. There is a great existence of dynamic nature and culture altogether. Great history of emperors and their palaces ... Read More »

Annapurna Circuit – Best Trekking place on Earth

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Nepal is a country which has been blessed with the mighty mountain ranges of the Himalayas which makes it one of the most beautiful countries in the world, the blessing is also in the form of the millions of trekkers it attracts from all over the world who come here to overcome and succeed in the most grueling trekking conditions ... Read More »

Waterton Lakes National Park, Canada

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If you are in a trip across the wonderful bare lands between the borders of two countries, namely Canada and the United States of America, then you are sure to catch up with the beautiful bedrock in the Canadian Rockies. Located at an altitude of about 1290 metres above the sea level, the very height at which the park is ... Read More »

Where Tigers find their homes – Kanha, Madhya Pradesh

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     The meadows cropping in between the bamboo and sal forests, the meandering streams crossing by and with the wild animals freely roaming around, there is only one child who survives all this; Mowgli, the man cub. Rarely have people not heard the name Mowgli from the Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. The true inspiration of this author came ... Read More »