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The your wild side out in the glorious wildlife of Masai Mara

3. August 2010

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The your wild side out in the glorious wildlife of Masai Mara
This is one of nature’s most spectacular displays of wildlife on the entire planet. This place is a natural reserve which is called locally as the Mara. This happens to be on of the largest game reserves in western part of Kenya.  And is an effective northern continuation of the serengity national park game and reserve in all of Tanzania.  The reserve is named after the Masai people. . These were the traditional inhabitants of this area. This place has lovely detailing of trees, shrubs, savannah and cloudy regions that line this area. The games reserves are famously known for the Thomson’s gazelle. These giant migrations are what make this place very popular. This takes place every year in between July and October. This place is just a small part of the greater Mara ecosystem. . Amongst  [...]

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Mauritius, Heaven on earth

27. July 2010

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Mauritius, Heaven on earth
Heaven, according to mark twain was copied from Mauritius. It is comparatively smaller than most other inhabited islands. This beautiful looking pea shaped island lies in he Indian Ocean. Not affected by the outside pollution and commercialization, this place is completely untainted and natural as it has always been. The local people here have adapted themselves to the local environment. Officially called the republic of Mauritius is an island nation which lies to the east of Madagascar. This place also has the cargados carajos and the Rodriguez and agalega islands.  This island is one of the Mascarene Islands. The island was ruled first by the Dutch and then the French. After napoleon, the British took control of it. This place is a member of the African union, the South African development  [...]

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Africa’s finest - Ethiopia

15. July 2010

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Africa’s finest – Ethiopia
Ethiopia is a country that is situated in the horn of Africa.  After Nigeria, this country is the most populated, in the whole of Africa. Eritrea lies to the north and Kenya to the south. Sudan lies to the west of the country and Somalia lies to the east. Also the country is the second oldest country which is and official Christian nation after Armenia. Ethiopia was never colonized which is one unique thing about this country compared to most African countries although it was under Italian military occupation for a period of five years. The country is quite historical. In fact its name was Abyssinia.  Which is Turkish; for land of the habesha people. The climate here is a tropical monsoon with lots of variation. Even thought it is close o the equator, the climate is cooler than most other  [...]

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Amazing Malawi

13. July 2010

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Amazing Malawi
Malawi is a landlocked area on Nyasalanad, the south eastern region of Africa.  Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique lie to the east, the south and the Westlake Malawi separates Tanzania from Mozambique. The capital of this country is a city called Maravi. Malawi was first colonized by he British .when it got its independence in the nineteen sixties; it became a single party state. Amongst the densely populated countries , Malazi is the last developed. There is a lot of rural population and the economy is based primarily on agriculture. The people of the region used to be hunter-gatherers. The climate here is quite hot; especially in the low lying area of the country. However the northern highlands have a temperate climate. Between Novembers an April, there are rains and thunderstorms and March  [...]

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Savor Mozambique in its finest !

1. July 2010

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Savor Mozambique in its finest !
So you have been to the romantic places and the wildlife preserves. Get yourself up and come to the place where the people are sweet, the land is fun; the locals are warm and welcoming, and the sun shines in its most beautiful yellow ! Mozambique is a beautiful county in south east Africa. This place was first discovered by Vasco Da Gama and later colonized by Portugal. In about 1975, Mozambique got its independence. Mozambique has a tropical climate so if it would be a good idea to go there anytime between April and September. The country has many lovely beaches with amazing coral reefs. Let us look at Pemba which is a beautiful port town in the capital of the Cabo Delgado province which lies in the north of Mozambique. The town is filled with banks, Patisserie, restaurants and supermarkets  [...]

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Get delighted in Mahebourg, Mauritius.

24. June 2010

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Get delighted in Mahebourg, Mauritius.
Mahebourg is a small city on the south-eastern coast of the island of Mauritius. The city has always been known for having a high profile tourist clientèle. This is because the tourist destination are serene and lovely and offer an experience that is available nowhere else on the planet. The city has a rich history associated with it. When the colonists first arrived in Mauritius, then entered through this city. There are places in the city which are said to be exactly alike what the city was during the medieval times. The city is rich is flora and fauna and you can even get a specialized tour in the Airgetta birds sanctuary. Fishing is big here in Mauritius and fishermen usually make their catch on an everyday basis. Historical weapons and other such artifacts and remains from the colonial  [...]

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NATURE V/S NURTURE

3. June 2010

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NATURE V/S NURTURE
‘Survival of the fittest’ is the motto that the world has been functioning on for a while now. The species that can outdo the other becomes the dominant one. This rule, however, has been seen more clearly in the case of the animal kingdom. The lion is an animal that is on the top of nature’s food pyramid. It preys upon other carnivores and herbivores, but is rarely preyed on by anyone else (well, except humans). This is a well established fact over the years, and there had never been any reason to believe otherwise. Well, now there is. Who is Kamunyak? Kamunyak, as she was nicknamed, is a lioness in the Samburu Game Reserve of Central Kenya, East Africa; who adopted a young Oryx calf and shocked the world. The name Kamunyak means ‘The Blessed One’. She was nicknamed by the locals  [...]

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Blue Marine Safari in Mauritius

24. May 2010

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Blue Marine Safari in Mauritius
Mauritius has been a favorite tourist destination for numerous overseas visitor, for many years. Blue Marine Safari is one of the prime tourist attractions in this magnificent island country. It is mainly an exclusive submarine which endows international tourists and the locals, with the submerged tour of huge Indian Ocean. This entire experience is worth giving a try, and I am sure that you will cherish memories of this safari throughout your life. The Blue Safari in Mauritius is operational at a depth of around 35 m under azure waters of Indian Ocean. The submarines are normally air-conditioned and quite comfortable. It provides excellent view of the marine life and gives an oppurtunity to discover the submerged underwater natural beauty. Blue Marine Safari tour is well designed, and has  [...]

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La Vanille Crocodile Park, Mauritius

20. May 2010

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La Vanille Crocodile Park, Mauritius
The La Vanille Crocodile Park is located in the fame-fatal rain forests of Mauritius. This park is known to be one of the numerous popular tourist attractions in Mauritius. It is an important tourist center in the entire of southern Mauritius. Owing to the atmosphere of this place the rain forest is regarded as the focal point of the tropical flora, in addition this forest contains shelters more than 1000 wild Nile crocodiles as well as various types of animals for example: stags, monkeys, fruit bats and the tortoises. Furthermore, experiencing a leisure walk all through these rain forests will certainly make you feel thrilled and simultaneously a little scared . It will also provide you with an opportunity to explore deep into the centre of of the park. The La Vanille Crocodile Park lies  [...]

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Black River Gorge National Park, Mauritius

17. May 2010

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Black River Gorge National Park, Mauritius
Mauritius is well-known all over the world for its natural exquisiteness. The tropical weather conditions ensure that this island country has a huge forest cover, fruit orchards as well as palm groves. The Black River Gorges locale of Mauritius is renowned as a paradise for the bird watchers, with numerous species of the birds, which inhabited the highlands of this national park. The region of Black River Gorges was confirmed as a national park in the year 1994. In addition, it is as renowned for the waterfalls, vapor covered slopes of the hill as well as clear pools, and also for its wildlife. Furthermore, the Black River Gorges National Park is located on a plateau, which is a little higher than the neighboring plains; as a result the temperature is lower at the Black River Gorges than at  [...]

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