If you are looking for long beaches, mesmerizing temples, and some serenity, you’ll find all this – and more – at Lovina Beach, Bali’s quiet escape on the north coast.this way to read the whole story >>>
Come on, follow my guide through the National Park of Plitvice and awe at lakes and pools in dreamlike colors.
I’ve seen a lot of beautiful places in my times – oceans, mountains, jungles, and also lakes. However, the Plitvice National Park is one of the most beautiful sceneries I’ve ever laid eyes on.this way to read the whole story >>>
A guide to Krka National Park, a green paradise nestled between the hills and mountains of Central Dalmatia. However, even the way can be the goal, since it’s within walking distance from the small coastal town of Skradin.
And what a scenic walk that is!
Although this national park is not that large, it still is impressively rich in various types of habitats with many endemic species.
Pucallpa is the gateway to Perú’s Amazon region and has the charm of a B-movie.
It’s the jungle. Therefore, you can watch birds and sloths and fish for piranhas in the river Ucayali as well as the Yarinacocha lagoon.
So I had seen Lima and Paracas on the costa, Perú’s pacific coast. I also visited Arequipa, Cusco, and Machu Picchu in the sierra of the Andean region. Hence, all that was missing was a little selva, the jungle.
That would make the Peruvian trilogy complete.this way to read the whole story >>>
Let me guide you to Cienfuegos, Cuba ‘s very French city. There is good infrastructure, charming places, strong drinks, and cool waters. Basically the fancy side of Cuba.
Also, it’s a great gateway for many day trips to the beautiful surroundings.this way to read the whole story >>>
To this day, Da Lat, a former colonial town in Vietnam’s cool highlands, is a popular weekend and even honeymoon destination for locals.
International visitors join the Vietnamese honeymooners to enjoy the region’s rolling hills covered by lush vegetation.this way to read the whole story >>>
Let me guide you to Bonito which means pretty in Portuguese – hence, here, nomen est definitely omen.
Actually, Bonito seems to be one of Brazil’s internationally hidden gems.this way to read the whole story >>>