Amazonas covers 1.5 million kilometers of land area in Brazil, and 98% of this land has remained as it was when it was discovered. Amazonas is so large that it is bigger than most countries in the world! It is home to the highest mountain in Brazil, Pico da Neblina, which stands 2,994 meters above sea level. The land area in Amazonas can be divided into three separate categories; igapos, ...

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Historically, Peru was the location of the dominant early cultures in South America. The city of Caral has pyramid remains dated to between 2000 and 2600 BC, which may make it the oldest city in the world. Peru is also the home of the Nazca Lines, the football field size drawings in the ground that are only apparent from the air. The Incas are a mysterious civilization, but one that ...

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RENFE (the Spanish railway company) is promoting the program Green Railways in order to get to know and use them in the company lands where there are accessible old railways from the train stations. There are nowadays 16 green ways over old FEVE railways that can be enjoyed by travelers, about 350 kilometers with new recovered routes to be walked or cycled, and special acts for people with reduced mobility. ...

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Africa lion tours safari in Kenya is offered in several of the country’s wildlife parks. Most famous is the Maasai Mara game reserve where sightings of the African lion are guaranteed-the same way the sun will rise in the morning and set in the evening. Other Africa lion tours safari parks in Kenya famous for their African lion populations include the Tsavo, Amboseli, Nairobi, Nakuru and Meru safari Parks. With ...

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Although Toronto is not the Canadian capital, it is the largest city in the country. It has the world’s tallest tower, great theme parks and a beautiful harbour precinct on the shores of Lake Ontario. It is becoming increasingly more popular as a tourist destination. Travelling there Generally people arrive to this area of eastern Canada in two ways. The first is to arrive at the Toronto Pearson International airport that ...

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Many people consider the music of the film “Out of Africa” as one of the best of all the story of the cinema. Meryl Streep and Robert Redford would stand as icons of modern films. What about a travel to Kenia? The National Shaba Reserve, the filming place We can remember Meryl Streep looking for her husband in the African savanna. And we cannot avoid to be impressed by the ...

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Alonissos Is a Greek island in the Aegean sea, its the third largest island of the Sporades Islands and the northen island as well. Alonissos island is located close to Skopelos. Alonissos Island is famous due to its outstanding beauty with the most impressing abysses in the Aegean Sea and its magical view. Alonissos is also the name of a village on the island and a bay at the southern ...

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These days nobody really knows if the myth regarding the Goddess Aphrodite are actually true, but because of what she actually represented, some people still like to visit the area. This is especially true with couples as Aphrodite was the Goddess of love and it is thought if you get married in Paphos then you will have a long and happy marriage. That’s why Paphos is one of the most visited ...

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Lanzarote is the perfect island destination for that holiday in the sun and is ideal for self catering holidays with hundreds of lovely holiday villas to choose from. But how do you choose which one? Firstly, you need to choose which resort you´d like to stay in. There are 3 main resorts – Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise and Playa Blanca. Each has its own character and attractions. Puerto del ...

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Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya was established in 1961, and it has grown from just the lake and the mountains around to now include a lot of the savannahs. As a consequence the amount of wildlife to view has increased enormously, making Nakuru a very worthwhile part of any African safari trip. It is at an altitude of 5700 ft, and covers an area of over 188 sq. Kms. ...

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