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Central Portugal Is a Bird Watchers Paradise

Coming from the UK I have been lucky enough to see all sorts of birds that I have never seen before. I hardly have to stray from the garden. My home is in Carvalhal de Santo Amaro and overlooks the Louro Valley.

Inca Trail Ruins

The Inca trail trek is becoming an increasingly popular choice for an activity holiday, but many people still wonder what the trail has to offer in addition to the fantastic scenery and the legendary Machu Picchu site at the end. Well this article takes a look at just some of the many interesting sites along the trail to give you an idea of what you can experience on an Inca trail trek.

Spend Your Next Holiday in the Beachside Town of Caloundra

Take a look at a map of the Sunshine Coast and you can’t help but notice that Caloundra has more than its fair share of beaches. While the whole of the Sunshine Coast is lined with beaches, Caloundra has more than its fair share. In fact, a rundown of all Caloundra beaches forces you to categorise them. In Caloundra, you can find family beaches, sports beaches and romantic beaches.

Flying Into Southern California and Want WILD and UNIQUE Adventure?

If it is unique adventure you want you should first fly into San Diego airport. As far as airports go, San Diego airport is an award winning airport. Once in San Diego, immediately go see the Old Point Loma Lighthouse. The lighthouse was built back in 1854, is quite a historical landmark and has some very nice views and photo opportunities!

Africa’s Wildebeest Migration – What’s It All About?

Every year thousands of tourists travel to Tanzania and Kenya in the hope of getting a glimpse of one of nature’s greatest phenomenons. It is one of the most spectacular sights you will ever witness, but it is one that is unpredictable and can vary wildly from year to year. The migration traditionally describes the movement of wildebeest from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masai Mara in Kenya, however climate has a big impact on the behaviour of these animals and their path is not strictly defined.

The Five Best Places to See Wildlife

If seeing the diversity of the world’s wildlife is something that appeals to you, then you need to travel around this world to see the incredible species and sights on offer. From Brazil to Botswana, there are awe inspiring things to see for all.

Find Great Beaches And Plenty Of Outdoor Action in Port Macquarie

When you visit Port Macquarie today, you will find a bustling yet relaxed city primarily devoted to tourism. With a great beach virtually in the backyard of the city centre and miles of unspoiled beaches to the north and south of the town, it is obviously an ideal setting for a vacation destination, so you might be surprised to discover that until the 1960s, it was virtually unknown, even to Australian holiday makers.

Our Fabulous Road Trip to the Great Southwest

My wife and I took a trip to the southwest by automobile. I forgot how beautiful this great country is since it has been 5 years since I drove to California from Ohio. We retraced the road route 66 which is an historical road in its own right. You could see the road on the side of the freeway, although not traveled as a main traffic source today, it is a reminder of the past and the history of the United States.

Our Return Trip Home From the Great Southwest

In my previous article I wrote about our road trip from Ohio to the great southwest and a final destination of Los Angeles California. In this article I will share with you our return home from the great southwest via the northern route, as our trip out was the southern route following the historical route 66.

An African Walking Safari Experience

Aren’t rhinos, like, a bit dangerous? Yes. Very dangerous. I’ve heard they can be quite territorial. Yes, Very territorial. I mean dangerous even. Yes, yes, but don’t be afraid, shall we go?

The Chagga People and Kilimanjaro

Long before the first Europeans laid eyes on the snow covered peak of Kilimanjaro the Chagga people had lived, worked and worshiped on its slopes. It seems unlikely that the Chagga climbed to the summit before Hans Meyer made his successful summit attempt in 1889.

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