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How to visit Perito Moreno Glacier

Welcome to Perito Moreno glacier, the world’s most accessible ice field No other physical force has been more accountable for sculpturing and shaping the surface of the earth like ice. The imposing superpower and strength of glaciers have been responsible for molding valleys, lakes, and fiords around the globe for millions of years. As a...
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What to See in the Atacama Desert (With Inspiring Pictures)

There is a place that already existed as we know of it today way back to the time when dinosaurs walked the planet and the Earth was undergoing severe geological transformations. That place is called the Atacama Desert, the oldest desert on the planet dating back to 150 million years. Located in the North of...
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How to visit Machu Picchu (Step by Step)

History | The compelling power of the Inca people If there’s an archeological site that should be on every person’s bucket list, that place has got to be Machu Picchu. Located in the heights of the Peruvian Andes at 2.430 meters above sea level, lays more than just massive blocks of stone and granite that...
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Visiting the Lavender Fields of Valensole, France

One of the most picture-perfect experiences for any traveler and photographer alike is witnessing the charming endless lavender fields of France’s Provence region during the European summer. From mid-June to early July, the French Provence is covered with an unmistakable fragrance that emerges from the endless fields tainted with a purple thin layer of lavender....
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Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

The fascinating idea to venture deep into the jungle of Eastern Africa in search of the endangered mountain gorilla is — in the mind of many— nothing but something only a National Geographic’s explorer could do. Well, I have great news for you; Uganda has gained popularity in recent years for being a tourist-friendly destination...
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Sleeping in a Glass House in the Spanish Desert

I have always been drawn to deserts and when I was giving the opportunity to sleep in a glass house in the middle of the Spanish Desert of Gorafe, I immediately jumped on board. I was mesmerized by the fascinating location and unique accommodation style from the very beginning and I couldn’t resist. The Creators...
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Top Safari Destinations in Africa

Deciding which country to go to in Africa for your so-long dreamed safari adventure can easily become a dilemma. And truth is, Africa is a limitless continent with incredible national parks and game reserves that would be the perfect scenario for a brilliant safari experience but, which national park should you visit? Below is a...
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Visiting Holland’s Amazing Tulip Fields

Be ready to be mesmerized by Holland’s tulip fields, the world’s  largest flower gardens. Every year, Holland’s grounds serve as a massive colorful garden for millions of crocus, daffodils, hyacinths, and tulips, as they come into bloom covering half of the country with an incredible and marvelous ocean of flowers, especially in Keukenhof, known as the...
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