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Zambezi River And Its Expediency

10. December 2009

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Fourth largest river in Africa, Zambezi can be termed as the best panoramic and most adventurous river in the continent that flanks six countries. If you raft the torrents of this river along with a length gauging equipment, this river will measure around 3,540 kilometers. Natural Boundary Commencing from the north-west region of Zambia, it flows in a double S shape to finally merge with the immense Indian Ocean. The source is located at an altitude of 5000 feet above sea level. It gushes through the eastern edges of Angola, kisses the western coast of Zambia, soaks the north-eastern margin of Namibia, and washes the minute portion of Botswana, which is an intersection of four countries of Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Botswana. It surges, subsequently, to form a frontier between the terrain  [...]

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Park National de Montagne d’Ambre

10. December 2009

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Wild Life Calling Park National Montagne d’Ambre rich in its distinctive Flora and Fauna. On an isolated stretch in Montane rainforest, with territory of 18200 hectares is one of diverse and distinctive Montagne d’Ambre National Park in Amber Mountain which is home to the flora and fauna number of endemic creatures. It has the most natural and beautiful habitation with crater lakes and two water falls. Its name has been derived from a resin that seeps from large trees in the park. A worthwhile visit to the park, you can easily explore with help of some different thirty trails. All year round visitation is available, but best time being April to October. All you would like to be the George of the jungle ooooo. The habitat provides for large species of ferns, orchids and lianas it is remarkable  [...]

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Watamu National Marine Park: Explore The Under Water Mysteries

9. December 2009

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Watamu National Marine Park: Explore The Under Water Mysteries
The Watamu National Marine Park is Kenya first and finest Marine Park; along with the Reserve system it has Mida Creek, Whale Island, and vital turtle breeding region. There are many dive sites both outside and inside the park. The Watamu National Park was established in the year 1968, covers an area of 10sq km and part of the prestigious World Biosphere Reserve recognized by the UN. Where it is located It is located at 14 miles south of Malindi, the park starts from the mouth of the Mida Creek in the southern end and stretches to Turtle Bay’s north. Features of the Watamu National Park The park has astonishing amount of coral reefs forming great biological and physical atmosphere in the region. There are around 150 species of soft and hard corals, brain corals, fan corals and sponge you  [...]

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Stone Town – The Cultural Capital Of Zanzibar

9. December 2009

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Stone Town – The Cultural Capital Of Zanzibar
Stone town is considered as ethnically, traditionally and architecturally vital capital town of the Zanzibar Island designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000. In the Stone Town one can kill time by drifting through the slim labyrinthine roads and alleyways where lichens and mosses adhere to old soggy rickety coral ribbed walls. Sunlight gliding through the buildings covers the tiny squares and road side cafes in its soothing radiance. The slim lanes pass amid thousands of buildings of shops, markets stalls, internet café and restaurants which strive to stand along different cultural structures and monuments. The people are fun loving, enjoy international soccer games roadside, kids giggle and play around the streets and elderly sit aside and discuss things of domestic, national  [...]

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Kilimanjaro National Park - The Snow Capped Beauty

9. December 2009

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Kilimanjaro National Park – The Snow Capped Beauty
Kilimanjaro the name is synonym to extravagant beauty of Africa. The Kilimanjaro National Park was designated as a World Heritage Site in the year is situated in the United Republic of Tanzania. Kilimanjaro standing tall and up at 5963m is the highest point in Africa. The location is amazingly placed at a far above the neighboring plains, the snow filled peak intimidating the savanna. The mountain is enclosed between woodland. The Kilimanjaro National Park is home to many animals and there are also some species found here who are in the verge of extinction. This national is more visited because of the Kilimanjaro Mountain which is an active volcano and one of the premier walkable summits found in the whole earth rather than to watch the wildlife of the national park. Where it is located: The  [...]

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Masai Mara National Reserve In Kenya

6. December 2009

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Masai Mara National Reserve In Kenya
Reserving Wildlife: Masai Mara National Reserve Known for its rich wildlife, Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the most popular reserves in Kenya and among all, here you could be able to take a look at game population. Extended upto 1530km² in south-western Kenya, it has derived its name from the indigenous people called Masai and the nearby Mara River. The place, during the months of July to October witnesses an intense migration of many animals from the Serengeti. The place is located in the Rift Valley, and its surrounding areas are totally forested. The rolling grass land is chief attraction of the reserve and the magnificent beauty of Mara River is ultimate. Came into existence in the year 1961, the site is fairly accomplishing its duty of defending the wildlife from cruelty of hunters.  [...]

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