Excursions

Australian animals

Australian animals

There are many native animals in Australia, some as well known as the kangaroo and the koala, and others you probably have never heard of, such as the wombat or the dingo. Among the native Australian animals you may find mammals, birds and reptiles, among others......

The Whitsunday Islands in Australia

The Whitsunday Islands in Australia

My favourite place in Australia are the Whitsunday Islands. They are more than 70 islands, mostly uninhabited, bordered by the Great Barrier Reef, located in the Coral Sea, with white sand beaches, blue waters and lots of wildlife.Six national island parks form what...

Train to the Clouds

Train to the Clouds

If you are not afraid of heights and you want to experience the third highest railway in the world, you can take the Train to the Clouds. The railway construction started around 1920 designed by  the American engineer Richard Fontaine Maury. The 220 km route, crosses...

The famous glacier Perito Moreno

The famous glacier Perito Moreno

One of the things that impressed me most about my trip to Argentina was the Perito Moreno Glacier. This wonder of nature is located in Patagonia, in Los Glaciares National Park, 80 km away from El Calafate. To enjoy the Perito Moreno, you have different observation...

The Iguazu Falls under the light of the moon

The Iguazu Falls under the light of the moon

My favourite place in Argentina is the Iguazu Falls. There are more than 270 waterfalls in the Paranaense jungle, located 17 km from the mouth of the River Iguazú among Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. They were formed as a result of a volcanic eruption. The falls have...

Tikal and the Mayan civilization

Tikal and the Mayan civilization

Tikal is the most important Mayan civilization in Guatemala. It is located in the middle of the Tikal National Park, in the department of El Petén, in the north of the country. Declared Natural and Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 1979, Tikal is part of the...

The Lake Atitlán in Guatemala

The Lake Atitlán in Guatemala

My favourite place in Guatemala is Lake Atitlán, in the department of Sololá. The lake, of great beauty, is located 1,560 meters above sea level. Did you know it is surrounded by the volcanoes Atitlán, San Pedro and Tolimán? Several populations settle in the hills...

Guatemala with more than 30 volcanoes

Guatemala with more than 30 volcanoes

Guatemala, cradle of the Mayan Civilization, has great natural and cultural wealth. With more than 30 volcanoes, it is part of the Pacific fire belt. The volcanic chain crosses the country from east to west. The three highest volcanoes are: Tajumulco at 4,220 meters,...

The Curonian Spit

The Curonian Spit

Have you heard of the Curonian Spit? It is a National Park declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This narrow peninsula, 98 km long and between 0.4 and 4 km wide, is divided between Lithuania and Russia. An ecosystem full of sand dunes fights against erosion. From...

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