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Sidi Bou Said, in Tunisia

| 13 junio, 2021 | 0 Comments
Sidi Bou Said, in Tunisia

A blue summer? Nothing like traveling to Sidi Bou Said to get it. In this coastal town in Tunisia, just twenty kilometers from the capital, you will be able to smurf like nowhere else, with the permission of the Moroccan Chaouen. The feeling of entering an artistic universe is brutal and above all by the […]

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Boulders Beach – Penguin Beach in Cape Town, South Africa.

| 6 mayo, 2021 | 0 Comments
Boulders Beach – Penguin Beach in Cape Town, South Africa.

Boulders Beach is one of the most popular attractions in Cape Town, tourists go there to see the African penguins that settled there in 1982. Located south of Cape Town, it is a beach sheltered between granite rocks, from which the name originated. On the main beach you will find only a few penguins, but […]

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The Avenue of the Baobabs, the most photographed place in western Madagascar.

| 30 diciembre, 2020 | 0 Comments
The Avenue of the Baobabs, the most photographed place in western Madagascar.

About 130 million years ago, the current island of Madagascar separated from the African continent to settle in the Indian Ocean and lay off its other half, India. Due to this division, the African island has one of the most curious and richest natural ecosystems in the world, and one of the best places to […]

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The exuberant magic of Marrakech,city of a thousand colors

| 8 febrero, 2020 | 0 Comments
The exuberant magic of Marrakech,city of a thousand colors

A trip to Marrakech is always a success. At first glance Marrakech manages to blend in with the desert sands thanks to the reddish ocher of its buildings and walls. Although it is known as the Red City, the truth is that Marrakech is the city of a thousand colors. Unlike Chefchaouen which is located […]

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Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar: Calcareous Cathedrals

| 18 septiembre, 2019 | 0 Comments
Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar: Calcareous Cathedrals

The Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is one of the most famous on the island and travel to Madagascar, sculpting around the gorges of the Manabolo River an impressive stony forest of huge and pointed calcareous needles, the Tsingy , local word meaning pinnacle. These karst towers are the product of the erosion of millions […]

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The land of the Seven Colors in Chamarel, in Mauritius islands

| 12 marzo, 2019 | 0 Comments
The land of the Seven Colors in Chamarel, in Mauritius islands

Among the wildest and most exuberant nature of Chamarel, on Mauritius, is the Land of Seven Colors. It is a rare phenomenon, large dunes of colors that leave everyone who contemplates them open-mouthed. This natural curiosity is found in a protected environment and the relatively small area has become a tourist attraction. We are going […]

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Skyscrapers more ancient of the world in Shibam, Yemen

| 8 enero, 2015 | 1 Comment
Skyscrapers more ancient of the world in Shibam, Yemen

Shibam is the name of a beautiful location in Yemen, whose Antigua and Walls city were declared a World Heritage Site in 1982. It is a spectacular mini-isolated city in the desert, whose characteristic «mini-skyscrapers» of between 5 and 11 live about 7,000 homes. The lovingly nicknamed as «The Manhattan of the desert ‘. From […]

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Dead Vlei, incredible cemetery ghost trees in Namibia

| 3 diciembre, 2014 | 0 Comments
Dead Vlei, incredible cemetery ghost trees in Namibia

Dead Vlei, also known as «the frying pan of clay», is located in the reserve of the Namib-Naukluft Park, in the Namib desert, considered the world’s longest desert, because it already existed during the tertiary Era, the period in which the dinosaurs became extinct. Namib, which translates as vast or huge, in nama language occupies […]

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Giant Arcs of Ennedi in Chad, Africa

| 30 junio, 2014 | 0 Comments
Giant Arcs of Ennedi in Chad, Africa

Perhaps you have never seen pictures of this place. It is one of the most inaccessible regions of the planet, is called Ennedi Plateau and is surrounded by sand. In such desolation Deep Canyons to only ancient caravans and expeditions dare open. The scenery is all a fantasy Arcos Giants and corners as Guelta of […]

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The Sahara Desert

| 28 mayo, 2013 | 2 Comments
The Sahara Desert

The Sahara Desert is the largest hot desert in the world. Exceeds 9.065 million km2, which means it has almost the same size as China. It is located in northern Africa and has more than 2.5 million years. Its name derives from the Arabic translation Sahara means «desert». The Sahara receives less than three inches […]

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