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Ecstasy of wild and wellness: GOCHEGANAS

18. January 2010

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Ecstasy of wild and wellness: GOCHEGANAS
Namibia has a definite place in list of absolutely amazing place to visit to see the African wildlife.  But an iconic place for wildlife games and reserves goes to Gocheganas. This place is not only absolutely amazing but the place is an example of finest, luxurious and best combination of Wildlife and Wellness. The place definitely needs to be accolade and accredited for its spectacular landscape and as the best safari holidays. GOCHEGANAS- a eloquent Damara name, meaning: "Place of Camel Thorns, abounding with Candle-Pod Acacias" and the people of Gocheganas believe “is more than just a place, it is an experience….” This actually is a fact for people who visit this place and felt so compel to come here again in their lifetime. Located a mere 29km south east from Windhoek, lodge  [...]

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Sailing in Sahara on Kamal

15. January 2010

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Sailing in Sahara on Kamal
Holiday was perfectly planned and set by us. All we wanted to do was chill out, relax, spend leisure time and booze and have fu. No adventures, just relaxing and lounging. That was the Plan A. As per the plan A, we went to Morocco and stayed in Muran resort in Marrakech. What a hotel it was! We were completely bowled over by the look and chic of the hotel and fell in awe of it sinful red swimming pool. Our plan A was in full action and we were having fun time. We were simply having leisure time and fun with no sports or adventure. But then when do we stick with our plans. I mean just imagine living in riyad, with all amenities and facilities we got fascinated with Desert! The bloody desert! I shrieked and I shouted when all these idiots decided we are going out trekking and camping in  [...]

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A fabulous bird spectacle

13. January 2010

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A fabulous bird spectacle
General Info: Lake Nakuru is located near Masai Mara in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya in eastern Africa, about 160 km north of the national capital of Nairobi. The word ‘Nakuru’ in Masai language means ‘Dust or Dusty Place’. The Lake is listed in the Ramsar Convention of wetlands. Avian spectacle of Nakuru Lake: The lake is particularly attractive to the tourists for the innumerable fuchsia pink flamingos (sometimes numbering even two million!) that congregate here to feed on the algae, like Cyanobacteria, the popular food of the birds that is found at the lake aplenty. The sight of the birds sitting on the lake water leading to a pink cover or that when they fly together to form a pink cloud is simply amazing.The algae thrive here much owing to the warm alkaline water (Lake  [...]

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Robben Island – ‘A Lonely Place’

11. January 2010

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Robben Island – ‘A Lonely Place’
Symbolizes as 'the Indestructibility of the Spirit of Resistance against Colonialism, Injustice and Oppression’ Robben Island, twelve kilometers away from Cape Town has witnessed the stories of banishment, injustice and cruelty done for nearly four hundred years on the people. The town was home for such people who had gone through discrimination, injustice and banishment who were regarded as political troublemakers, social outcasts and the unwanted of society by the rulers. The island got famous internationally for its institutional brutality done during the Apartheid years. Robben Island was a prison where most of the freedom thinkers and politician were born. The people who ran the Island and the prison were given duty to break the inner strength, make them aimless in life and to  [...]

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Explore The Untouched Shorelines Of Liberia

7. January 2010

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Explore The Untouched Shorelines Of Liberia
Liberia is formally acknowledged as the Republic of Liberia. It is a nation located on the western coast of Africa. The country is surrounded by Sierra Leone, Côte d'Ivoire, Guinea, also the Atlantic Ocean. Since the year 2008 Census, the total population of the country is approximately 3,476,608 people, whereas the land area of the country is around 43,000 sq miles. The capital of Liberia is Monrovia. The country has a scorching equatorial type of weather with the majority precipitation taking place in the summer season with cruel harmattan storms in the arid season. The uttermost populated Pepper Coastline of Liberia is poised of regularly mangrove wooded areas at the same time as the thinly occupied inland is afforested, afterward notching drier grassland’s plateau. The times  [...]

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Passion And Obsession Of Honeymoon Stay In Mozambique

1. January 2010

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Honeymoon is once in a lifetime when there is only love, more love and so much of love filled in trip. The honeymoon is such an idealistic and quixotic time that hubbies and wives spend together, embarking on journey of exploration of their relationship. The honeymoon trips fills up all the photos displays in home, in memoirs, albums and memories that are cherished life long. Honeymoon trips is not some adventure trip or expedition, its time when you make more love then eat and drink. The passion, obsession and zealous love making in bed, on the floor, the bath tub and I can add on more outlandish and erotic places which send the inspirations down! A lovers retreat, epitome of honeymoon, inspirational environment, stunning views, astonishing surroundings, remarkable heritage, staggering  [...]

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Whale Wealthy Plettenberg Bay

29. December 2009

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Whale Wealthy Plettenberg Bay
South Africa is full of many magnificent places however; Plettenberg Bay has become one of the most stunning tourist spots due to its wealth of whales. Be there to enjoy the thrilling holidays of your entire lifetime. The explorer from Portuguese named it as ‘baia Formosa’ and the vicinity is surrounded by attractive Tsitsikamma and Outeniqua mountains, beautiful rivers, beaches and of course the Robberg Nature reserve.  The Humpback and Southern Right whales could be seen during the months of June and November however, whales like Bryde, Minke and Orcas could be observed year’s all the 12 months. The South African waters contain approximately 37 dolphin and whale species. Ample forms of marine creatures could be witnessed in the bay and one can take land routes, water paths, or air  [...]

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Miracle Of Bazaruto Archipelago

28. December 2009

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Miracle Of Bazaruto Archipelago
You might have visited many islands that are eco-friendly and gives you pleasure. In fact, the features might be very attractive with deep blue sky, crystal clean water, exotic beauty of the nature, greenery etc. But what you have not visited and experienced is the mind-blowing site called Bazaruto Archipelago. It’s a group of five islands that include Bazaruto, Benguerra, Magaruque, Bangue and Santa Carolina which is also called as Paradise Island. This group increases the glory of Mozambique that lies close to the mainland city of Vilankulo. These islands were created from sand deposits of Limpopo River that now has moved its course. No wonder, this is a wonderful location for tourists who loves adventure and nature as well. This site offers sandy beaches, coral reefs and also activities  [...]

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An Untamed Shoreline’s Natural World Banquet

28. December 2009

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An Untamed Shoreline’s Natural World Banquet
The Sardine-Run Expedition is an only one of its kind journey discovering the twelve-monthly sardine immigration on the South Africa's rocky untamed Coast. Sardine passion hits the Wild Coast a moment or two in June/July every year. The "run" or immigration of sardines starts off the breezy waters in the south of the African continent wherever they structure into a number of huge swirling shoals. The sardines at that time run in the north east direction hooked on the Indian Ocean’s temperate as well as mass into what natural world motion picture producer Peter Lamberti has hailed as "The Greatest Shoal on Earth". What creates this such a impressive demonstration is not merely the gigantic bearing of silvery sardines but most importantly the legions of killers that gather together as a  [...]

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Okavango Swamp Aka The Okavango Delta

28. December 2009

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Okavango Swamp Aka The Okavango Delta
The Okavango Delta is commonly known as Okavango Swamp. It is located in Botswana. It is acknowledged as the globe's biggest inland delta. It is was been created at the place where the River Okavango vacant on top of the a swamp within an endorheic basin in the huge desert of Kalahari, everyplace the majority of the water is lost to disappearance as well as the transpiration as an alternative of exhausting into the sea. Each and every year roughly 11 cubic km of water which irrigates an area roughly of 15,000 sq km area and a quantity of flood-waters used up into the Ngami Lake. The Moremi Game Reserve, which is actually a National Park, is stretched from corner to corner the eastern elevation of the delta. The region was on one occasion division of Makgadikgadi Lake, a prehistoric lake  [...]

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