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Malaysian Sipadan Island: A Dive Into Watery Treasure


To know Malaysia is to love Malaysia. Malaysia is on the Malay Peninsula in Southeast Asia. Most of Malaysia is covered by forest, with a mountain range running the length of the peninsula. Multiculturalism has made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise and home to hundreds of colorful festivals. In 1933, tiny Sipadan Island was declared a bird sanctuary. Sipadan Island is located 35km south of ... Read More »

Take a Glimpse of Wildlife with Toronto Zoo, Canada

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Canada is famous for its many mountain ranges, prairies and forests. It is also known because of hockey, lacrosse and the maple leaf, which is on the Canadian flag as well. There are places in this country which are very scenically blessed with wildlife and nature. If you are a nature lover and staying in Capital of Canada, Toronto, then ... Read More »

Best kept secrets of the seven sisters


This is the story of seven sisters born to a mother who is so culturally diverse that people, who do not have a personal touch with her, wonder how she is still in one piece. From the crown she wears to the waters that washes her feet, Mother India is full of life. Enigmatic and beautiful, most of the Indian ... Read More »

Galapagos islands, South America


Spread across the equator into the Pacific are a group of 18 main islands and 3 smaller islands that together are called Galapagos Islands. Part of the Ecuador province, it is located 926km to the west of the South America. The islands are located at Galapagos Triple Junction located atop the tectonic plates and some of these islands are almost millions ... Read More »

Tianzi Mountain Reserve, China

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It is said that photos cannot capture these majestic structures and the view it gives to human eye, The Tianzi Mountain and the ranges. This mesmerizing natural wonder is sure to keep you dazed for a while. These mountains will surely remind you of the “Avatar” mountain. This mountain is a part of the Wulingyuan District in Zhangjiajie, China. This ... Read More »

Puerto Vallarta


The city of Puerto Vallarta is the second largest city in the state of Jalisco in Mexico. Often shortened to just Vallarta or even P.V. it is also thought to be one of the friendliest cities in the world. The best time to come here is from November to March. Direct flights ply from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and ... Read More »

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

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Salar de Uyuni finds its roots in the region of Potosi and Oruro departments in southwest Bolivia which is near the crest of the Andes. It has afflicted the elevation of approx. 3656 meters above the mean sea level. Salar de Uyuni id the largest salt flat area in the world with an endless sheet of hexagonal tiles which are ... Read More »

Kaziranga – Home of the One Horned Rhinoceros


If ever there will be a movie on wildlife conservation in India, the word Kaziranga would most definitely ring in its title. The amazing success the National Park has achieved in conservation and wildlife protection is an example for all such schemes around the globe. The park was recognized as early as the 1940s but was formally established in 1974 ... Read More »

Campo Andalus – Andalusian Countryside


” The world is a book and those who do not travel, read only a page ” – Saint Augustine. In today’s fast paced world, amidst all the chaos and hustle of the cities is situated a surreal countryside of Spain, Andalucia. Spain is one of the most lavish, jaunty countries and is a nation with many traditions and cultures ... Read More »

Safari at Serengeti – The Perfection of Nature


If you find Edward O Wilson’s words that, “Each species is a masterpiece, a creation assembled with extreme care and genius.”, are a perfect reflection of your own thoughts; if you can easily spend the whole day watching Discovery and Animal Planet just wondering about what these places might really look like, then please stop and think again before reading ... Read More »