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The Nations Pride-National Zoo of Malaysia

Zoo Negara

Do you love wildlife? Are you the kind of person who would like to have a look at all the species that are available out there in a single place without much travel? Then, the one place that you must visit is the National Zoo of Malaysia. Also known as the Zoo Negara, this zoo is one of the largest ... Read More »

Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

bay of plenty

History The ‘Bay of Plenty’ stretches widely across a coastline of roughly 259 kilometers. The bay extends from the Coromandel Peninsula in the west to Cape Runway in the east. The bay is also known as Te Moana-a-Toi (the sea of Toi), a term which refers to an ancestral explorer Toi-te-huatahi. Māori people, the indigenous group of New Zealand, are ... Read More »

Paradise for Bird Watchers: Chilika


The Chilika Lake is spread over three districts of Odisha, namely, Puri, Khurda and Ganjam, along the eastern coast of India. Covering an expanse of 1100 km2,  Chilika is, in fact, the world’s second largest coastal lagoon. The coastline has moved eastward over the period of time. Though widely thought to be a saltwater lake, the Chilika is actually a ... Read More »

The Thriving Diversity of Okavango Delta: Botswana


Nestled in nature’s lap itself, this magical Delta region of Botswana is a must visit for everyone. It offers to tourists a unique and heavenly experience with its extraordinary scenery, its majestic wildlife and beautiful weather. The Okavango Delta has consistently reserved a spot amongst the seven natural wonders of South Africa. Because of its natural beauty and diverse wildlife, ... Read More »

The Scenic Beauty of Iguazu Falls


Have you ever spent hours looking at the scenic beauty of the water falling from the top of the mountain to the river that flows in the bottom? Does it give you the romantic chills and make you go wild about the beauty that the nature has provided to the human eyes? Well, if you have felt all these amazing ... Read More »

A Perfect Ecosystem: Bhitarkankika Mangroves


Mangrove forests often go unappreciated by the casual observer, but the fact remains that they are extremely important to maintain the balance in the world’s tropical ocean ecosystems. Mangroves are salt tolerant, complicated and dynamic ecosystems that are found in tropical and subtropical inter-tidal regions. Bhitarkanika is one such location of rich, lush green, vibrant ecosystem in the estuarine region ... Read More »

Plitvice Lakes National Park: A Picture-Book come to life


A Brief History: This blue-green landscape woven out of 16 interlinking lakes and lush trees is regarded as the largest natural park in Croatia. The lakes occurring as waterfalls form a ribbon of network around the Mal Kapela and the Pljesevica mountains making for a visual treat. Plitvice also takes pride in manifesting itself beautifully to the world as the ... Read More »

The Gateway of Kerala, Palakkad


Palakkad, a district embodied with rich Flaura and Fauna also called as the Gateway of Kerala is an important place in the God’s own country as it gives access to the rest of India to the State. The previous name was ”Palghat”, which was contributed by the British Raj. Palakkad is a land of typical Palm trees and widespread extensive ... Read More »

Hampi, Karnatka-Taking you back in time


A small village in North Karnatka, that takes you back in time to 14th century Empire of Vijayanangara, where diamonds were sold on street. Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as Group of Monuments at Hampi. With a plethora of historical heritages this small village has earned a great repo among historians and archaeologists. Situated on the banks of ... Read More »

Archipelago in the Indian Ocean- Seychelles


Do you love to travel? How about a trip to a group of wonderful islands spanning an archipelago in the Indian Ocean? If you are guessing that I am talking about the 155 islands of Seychelles, then you have got it right! Officially called the Republic of Seychelles, the country has Victoria as its capital, some 1500 kilometres off the ... Read More »