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Jungle Hiking and the Indian People of Panama

Jungle Hiking and the Indian People of Panama

Make an unforgettable jungle hike in one of Central America’s most remote rainforests. Live among the Emberá Indians and get up close to the life, culture and flora and fauna of the rainforest in Darien National Park. Explore the paradise islands of San Blas on your own and enjoy Panama’s most beautiful beaches and bluest waters. You will also have the opportunity to meet the colorful Kuna Indians here in this natural paradise After an exciting visit to Panama City, travel to the…

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Road Trip & Adventure in Spain

Road Trip & Adventure in Spain

If you love to experience new places at full speed, this tailor-made trip is for you! Roll down the window of your rental car and enjoy the Spanish countryside from San Sebastian to Barcelona. Along the way, you will get to know Spain better and physically challenge yourself with cool activities such as surfing in San Sebastian and rappelling, hiking and rafting at Espot. Your adventure begins at Bilbao Airport where you pick up your rental car on arrival and drive to…

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Thailand for The Adventurous

Thailand for The Adventurous

A perfect trip for you who want excitement and adventure. Here you can dive, cycle and hike. Live, eat and sleep in the jungle – like a real forest ranger. Koh Tao and Koh Phangan are characterized by diving, relaxation – all in true backpacker style! Experience Bangkok and all that the big city has to offer. Here you can, among other things, take part in an active bike ride around the city. By bike you see the city’s many…

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Bhutan Overview

Bhutan Overview

(Druk Yul). State of Central Asia (38,394 km²). Capital: Thimphu. Administrative division: districts (20). Population: 683,406 (2009 estimate). Language: dzongkha (official), Nepali dialects, Tibetan dialects. Religion: Buddhists 74.6%, Hindus 25.4%. Currency unit: ngultrum (100 chetrum) and Indian rupee, quoted at par. Human Development Index: 0.619 (132nd place). Borders: Tibet (China) (N), India (E, S, W). Member of: UN. TERRITORY: HUMAN GEOGRAPHY The population, whose density is 18 residents / km², is concentrated above all in the valley bottoms and in…

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Kenya Geography

Kenya Geography

According to campingship,Kenya is a republic. After years of one-party authoritarian regime in 1991, an amendment to the 1963 Constitution sanctioned the return to multi-partyism. Head of the executive is the President of the Republic, elected for 5 years by direct suffrage; like the National Assembly, which holds legislative power. The judicial system in use in the country is based on the Common Law British with tribal and Islamic influences. The High Court has unlimited jurisdiction in civil and criminal…

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Belize Barrier Reef (World Heritage)

Belize Barrier Reef (World Heritage)

The second smallest country on the American continent has a magnificent natural space: the largest reef system in the northern hemisphere. The World Heritage, which has been on the Red List since 2009, extends over 260 km from the Yucatán Peninsula to the Gulf of Honduras. The highlight is the “Blue Hole”, a circular body of water with a diameter of almost 300 m and a depth of over 120 m that looks like a sapphire-colored eye. Belize Barrier Reef:…

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Bratislava, Slovakia City History

Bratislava, Slovakia City History

First settlements and founding of the city The first written references to today’s city of Bratislava can be found in the so-called “ Salzburg annals” from the year 907. A place called Brezalauspurc was mentioned in a document. Other spellings (for example in Johannes Aventinus from the year 805) give the name Braslavespurch or pressal expression. However, scientific studies have shown that the area around today’s Slovak capital was already settled in the Neolithic Age (around 5700 BC). These first…

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Festivals, Events and Transportation in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Festivals, Events and Transportation in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires: how to get there and transport General Right-hand traffic prevails in Argentina. In order to avoid trouble with the police or even the courts, one should strictly adhere to the traffic regulations in force in the country. The accident rate in Argentina is much higher than in Germany. The maximum speeds shown can of course be reduced or increased by means of traffic signs. Regardless of the information given here, it is advisable to obtain detailed information from…

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Amsterdam – Capital of the Netherlands

Amsterdam – Capital of the Netherlands

With around 740,000 inhabitants, Amsterdam is the largest city in the Netherlands and also its capital, although the seat of government is in The Hague. The city is located in the immediate vicinity of the IJsselmeer and not far from the North Sea. Amsterdam, which extends over 90 islands, was built on 5 million tree trunks. The city is still criss-crossed by countless canals, some of which were used as sewers in the Middle Ages and which today contribute to…

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Shopping in Jamaica

Shopping in Jamaica

DUTY-FREE SHOPPING Overview According to youremailverifier, the following articles may be imported into Jamaica duty-free (people over 18 years of age) if they are listed on the customs form handed out on the plane: 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars; 1 liter of alcoholic beverages; 170 ml of perfume and 340 ml of eau de toilette; Personal effects worth up to US $ 500. Import restrictions Foreign rum and matches only with import license, meat, fruits, vegetables, ground foods, pharmaceuticals, chemicals,…

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Transportation in South Korea

Transportation in South Korea

ON THE GO Traveling by plane Korean Air (KE) (Internet: www.koreanair.com) and Asiana Airlines (OZ) (Internet: http://us.flyasiana.com) regularly connect Seoul with all major cities in the country as well as Cheju-do Island. On the way by car / bus Half of the streets are paved. All major cities are connected by excellent highways. The main route is the 428 km long Seoul – Pusan highway. However, secondary roads and country roads are often in poor condition. Street signs mostly also…

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Transportation in Australia

Transportation in Australia

ON THE GO Traveling by plane According to youremailverifier, Aircraft are as common in Australia as traveling by bus and train in smaller countries. With the domestic airlines Qantas / QantasLink (QF) (Internet: www.qantas.com), Jetstar (JQ) (Internet: www.jetstar.com), Virgin Australia Airlines (VA) (Internet: www.virginaustralia.com/ au / en /), Tigerair (TR) (Internet: tigerair.com.au) and Rex (ZL) (Internet: rex.com.au) as well as the subsidiaries you can reach all large cities and important regional centers. Scheduled flights: Qantas / QantasLink (QF) (Internet: www.qantas.com.au…

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Transportation in Austria

Transportation in Austria

ON THE GO Traveling by plane Austrian Airlines (OS) domestic flights (Internet: www.aua.com) operate between Vienna and Graz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Linz and Salzburg. Flights to Altenrhein (Switzerland, on the Lake Constance border) are also offered from Vienna; from there shuttle bus to Dornbirn, Lustenau and Bregenz. There are also flight connections between Salzburg and Linz as well as Graz and Linz. On the way by car / bus Car: According to youremailverifier, in Austria you need a vignette (sticker) on…

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Burkina Faso Country Overview

Burkina Faso Country Overview

The former French colony was renamed in 1984 in Burkina Faso, ie “Land of the incorruptible”. The revolutionary awakening ended tragically at first, but is blossoming again today – after overcoming 27 years of dictatorial rule – into a hope that is unusual for Africa. The humor with which the Burkinabe cope with their lives remains incorruptible. Country overview Neither sea, desert nor rainforest, Burkina Faso passes – from south to north – from the tropical, humid Sudan zone into…

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Travel to Tahiti

Travel to Tahiti

Tahiti: entry and exit regulations Formalities, visas For the entry of tourists from the EU and many other countries, a passport is sufficient for a visit of up to three months. So no visa is required. Upon entry, a passport valid for 6 months from the intended departure date and a return flight or onward travel ticket must be presented. Currency There is no limit for the import of foreign currency. However, only foreign currencies up to the imported amount…

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Kaliningrad Region Geography

Kaliningrad Region Geography

The Kaliningrad Region (Kaliningrad Oblast) is a relatively small exclave of the Russian Federation, which lies between Poland and Lithuania on the Baltic coast and the Fresh Lagoon. It covers an area of ​​15,125 km² and borders two states: – Poland with a length of 206 km and – Lithuania with a length of 303 km. – although the region is part of Russia, it has no limit to it The Kaliningrad area has a coast to the Baltic Sea…

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Perth Hills in Western Australia

Perth Hills in Western Australia

The area of ​​the Perth Hills is next to the Swan Valley also a well-known wine region in the area of ​​Perth , in Western Australia . The rolling countryside and Mediterranean climate make viticulture a profitable business in the eastern areas of Perth . Where there is wine, there are usually restaurants and art galleries not far away. But also various nature reserves with hiking trails, rivers and waterfalls can be found in the Perth Hills. The Lesmurdie Falls…

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Cuba Wildlife and Economy

Cuba Wildlife and Economy

Animals and Plants The animals of Cuba Cuba’s wildlife is rich in fish, butterflies and birds, while mammal species are relatively few. Among these are also many bats, but also manatees. These manatees are also mammals but live in the water. Some very special species also live in Cuba, namely the tree rats and the weevils. Have you heard of these before? Tree rats – the largest mammals in Cuba Tree rats are rodents that live only on the Caribbean…

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Eating in Palau

Eating in Palau

What do you eat in Palau? Fish comes first in Palau, plus seafood of all kinds. The fish is also eaten as sashimi, i.e. raw, because the dishes should also match the Asian taste. There are also many people who come from Asia living here. Sea cucumbers are also valued, but have nothing to do with our cucumbers. They are animals that live in the sea. They are also less on the tourist menus, but rather end up in the…

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Fort Worth Texas Travel Guide

Fort Worth Texas Travel Guide

The “city of cowboys and culture”, Fort Worth, keeps its promises: an exciting western atmosphere, for example in Billy Bob’s Texas, the world’s largest honky tonk, and first-class cultural offers in opera and concert performances, theater and dance events. Fort Worth was established as an army outpost on the banks of the Trinity River in 1849 and was one of eight forts designed to protect settlers from Indian attacks. With a population of more than 790,000 according to allcitycodes, Fort…

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Paraguay Travel

Paraguay Travel

SYMPATHETIC COUNTRY IN THE HEART OF SOUTH AMERICA Located in the heart of South America, Paraguay borders Brazil in the east, Argentina in the south and west and Bolivia in the north. Largely unnoticed by tourists, you can still experience the country and its people in their original form. The Rio Paraguay divides the inland into two natural parts: La Occidental in the west – the sparsely populated Gran Chaco , which takes up around 60 percent of the land…

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Colombia Travel

Colombia Travel

BOGOTÁ, MEDELLIN, COFFEE ZONE, CARTAGENA & TAYRONA NATIONAL PARK Wonderful landscapes around San Agustin , the picturesque coffee zone and the dreamy Pacific coast around Nuquí cast a spell on every traveler. From the capital Bogotá at about 2,600 m to Cartagena on the Caribbean coast , Colombia is one of the most diverse countries in Latin America. Through the foothills of the Andes it goes to San Agustin with its mystical archaeological sites and pre-Columbian excavations. Thermal springs near…

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Peru’s landmarks

Peru’s landmarks

MACHU PICCHU A HIGHLIGHT OF EVERY TRIP TO PERU The most famous sight in South America is the legendary ruined city of Machu Picchu. It is located on a ridge above the Urubamba Valley, not very far from Cuzco. From there you can comfortably reach the world heritage site , which was built in the 15th century, by train and bus. Or you can go on foot on the legendary Inca Trail . When you arrive at your destination, you…

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Peru Travel

Peru Travel

MACHU PICCHU, AMAZON & LAKE TITICACA Peru is best known as a travel destination for the fascinating Inca culture of Machu Picchu , the Sacred Valley and the city of Cuzco. But there is also the picturesque Lake Titicaca , the adventurous Amazon region and a multifaceted coastal region . In addition, the culinary capital Lima , the mystical Nazca Lines and the white city of Arequipa . Not to forget the touristic still quite undeveloped north of Peru ,…

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Suriname Travel

Suriname Travel

THE AMAZON RAINFOREST AT ITS BEST To the north of Brazil is Suriname, the smallest independent country in South America in terms of area. Around 80% of the country is covered with primeval forest, which is part of the Amazon rainforest , the largest tropical forest area in the world. The climate is equatorial, the best time to travel is between February and April. Beyond these dates, beware of downpours and mosquitoes. According to prozipcodes.com, Suriname is a largely unknown…

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The Most Beautiful Islands in the Andaman Sea

The Most Beautiful Islands in the Andaman Sea

The Andaman Sea is, unlike the Gulf of Thailand, on the west coast of Thailand. It is home to many islands that are also suitable for island hopping. However, you should take a lot of time , as there are really a lot of beautiful islands to see here. Here, too, I have picked out the most beautiful and interesting islands for you. Ko Phi Phi Island – Hollywood’s favorite According to proexchangerates, Koh Phi Phi – also Ko Phi…

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Before the trip to Suriname

Before the trip to Suriname

Passport and Visa Nordic citizens do not need a visa to travel to Suriname. Tourist cards can be purchased at the airport in Suriname, please note that if you want to go out and then return you need a visa, apply at the Embassy in the Netherlands. Check that your passport is valid 6 months after the return journey. The passport must not be cracked or broken. Vaccinations and health Make sure you have a good comprehensive travel insurance that…

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Israel and Palestine

Israel and Palestine

Israel offers diversity and a wealth of variety like no other! Here you will find everything from fertile valleys, plains, mountain areas and deserts. Here, on historic land, are numerous Jewish, Christian and Muslim memorials. Israel has a strong international character and a large part of the population has come here from all over the world. Join a tour of Israel during which you will get an insight into the modern state of Israel and experience places such as Nazareth,…

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Sights in Barcelona

Sights in Barcelona

It took a long time before linguists were able to agree on what to call the people of Barcelona. Barcelonese or Barcelonians? Hardly anyone could make friends with either version. Eventually they agreed on “Barcelonians”. For the people in the Catalonian metropolis, this will at best trigger a shrug, because they know one thing very well: Most Catalonians are convinced that their city is not only “beyond Spain”, but it is also a pearl on the Mediterranean. The residents of…

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Sights in Rio de Janeiro

Sights in Rio de Janeiro

With more than 13 million inhabitants, Rio de Janeiro is one of the largest cities on earth. A mixture of pulsating city life and a beautiful natural landscape with sandy beaches, bays and granite hills makes the city a dream destination for many vacationers. The Sugar Loaf and Corcovado with its Christ statue are the most famous granite hills in the Brazilian metropolis. The splendid carnival is an exciting spectacle every year and football fans have experienced historic battles on…

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