How can I survive nonstop Hong Kong Walk-A-Thons

When I went to Hong Kong last year, it was like a big race. My friend Jen and I were determined to cover as much ground as we could in four days and three nights we were there. We have shown that doing a lot of walking.

If you ever find yourself in Hong Kong and wonder why most of the natives of Hong Kong are thin, it is probably because they are always on foot. In fact, most women in a position to run longer distances are fashionable high heels. For the occasional traveler, here are some tips on how to survive non-stop walk-a-thon in Hong Kong. Continue reading “How can I survive nonstop Hong Kong Walk-A-Thons”

Climbing Kilimanjaro – Essential Information

On Mount Kilimanjaro

The highest mountain in the world independent Kilimanjaro is 5895 meters or 19,336 feet in Kilimanjaro National Park, on the border between Tanzania and Kenya.

Climbing Kilimanjaro is an unforgettable experience, and is in good physical shape can change this snowy mountain on one of the many trails. Due to the high success rate and the beauty of the Machame route, we recommend it for the conquerors “Kili” all first time and it is full 7 days of travel, your way to Uhuru Peak smooth and comfortable.

Kilimanjaro remains popular with climbers for the first time due to the non-technical climbing. Roads and trails are clearly marked and maintained, and during the climb can be very strong in some areas, the pace is slower, and you will have many opportunities to relax and enjoy the beautiful and we evolving ecological zones . Continue reading “Climbing Kilimanjaro – Essential Information”

4 Beaches in West Sumatra

West Sumatra is not only synonymous with the city of Padang, Bukittinggi, or Maninjau Tower House only. Along the west coast of the province, you will find beautiful beaches.

The west coast of Sumatra, has a charm but this is normal. If regular travelers to visit the highlands as Bukittinggi and Sawahlunto, the west coast of the province presents a series of beach which is very nice. Not only that, a small island off the coast have a panorama.

These four beautiful beaches of West Sumatra. Enjoy the beauty! Continue reading “4 Beaches in West Sumatra”

The dive sites in Mauritius

Mauritius lies in the Indian Ocean and is a major attraction for both beginners and experienced divers are planning a honeymoon or holiday in Mauritius. There is hot water with visibility around Mauritius and many dive sites offer a lot of variation for multiple dives or for those who. For a certain type of diving coral reefs drive way rock, walls, caves and wrecks a portfolio of natural and artificial life in the oceans is home now.

Surf the Internet, to the point that corresponds to your experience and interests can be a bit annoying if this brief report organizes some of the best places and attractions depth in order. To facilitate While this article is not a substitute for professional advice that can plunge your chosen school or tourist service you offer, it is a good first for those who have not yet made the first contact with a dive in Mauritius.
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Iceland-Hopper Guide El Nido, Palawan

Staying in a resort in Palawan and wondering where to go from island to island in El Nido? Here’s a guide:

Cadlao island

With an area of 10.06 km ², it is the largest island in El Nido, and also near the city proper. Cadlao island is known for its white sandy beaches, as a point jar and Paradise Beach on the south coast and the beach of Sabang in the northeast. This is also where the climax, El Nido is measuring 640 m high.

Pinasil island

Earlier, the meeting place of the busyador – or a collector of birds’ nests – this island is known for a massive cave that is only accessible by kayak.

Matinloc island

Locals often said that island. The inspiration for Alex Garland’s novel “The Beach” and the movie of the same name and it is easy to see why. At the beginning of its breathtaking beauty, suggests that the only way the beach is aptly named as secret. Inaccessible by boat must, divers swim through a small crack in the rock to reach the water. Continue reading “Iceland-Hopper Guide El Nido, Palawan”

The beauty of Raja Ampat Islands

Raja Ampat Islands is a great potential to serve as a tourist attraction, especially diving tourism. Raja Ampat Islands waters according to various sources, is one of the 10 best waters for diving site around the world. In fact, it may also be recognized as number one for the completeness of underwater flora and fauna at the moment.
Dr. John Veron, coral experienced members from Australia, for example, in a site he reveals that, Raja Ampat Islands, located in the most western tip of Papua Island, about 50 miles northwest of Sorong, has the best reef areas in Indonesia. Around 450 types of coral could be identified for two weeks of research in the area.

Team of experts from Conservation International, The Nature Conservancy, and the National Oceanographic Institution (LON) Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) have done a quick evaluation in 2001 and 2002. As a result, they are recorded in these waters there are more than 540 types of hard coral (75% of the total type in the world), more than 1,000 types of reef fish, 700 types of mollusks, and the highest note gonodactyloid stomatopod crustaceans. This makes 75% of the world’s coral species in Raja Ampat. None of the places with the same broad area have this number of coral species.

There are several areas of coral reefs are still very good condition with the percentage of live coral close to 90%, preferably at Dampier strait (the straits between Waigeo P. and P. Batanta) Kofiau Islands, South and South East Misool Kepualauan Wayag Islands. Type of coral reefs in Raja Ampat is generally reef edge with sloping to steep contour. But also found atoll type and type scorched or taka. In some places like the village Saondarek, when the lowest tides, coral reefs can be seen without a dive stretch and with its own adaptation, the corals can still be alive even in the open air and exposed to direct sunlight. Continue reading “The beauty of Raja Ampat Islands”