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When you are looking for a place that is a world away, with unbelievable sites, and great food, Suzhou, China is the place to go. Experience the beautiful gardens while walking through them or while relaxing on a boat.Read More
Hammam Essalihine (Aquae Flavianae) is an ancient Roman Bath situated in the Aurès Mountains in the El Hamma District in the Khenchela Province of Algeria. As the Latin name suggests, it dates from the time of the Flavian Dynasty.
Multi-tasking is a sought-after trait in today’s society, most often heralded at the top of résumés to provide a competitive edge for those in search of work. But it’s not just for the office anymore. You can now multi-task while you’re on vacation. Travel the world as a volunteer, and you’ll get to see a unique side of South Africa, make a meaningful difference in the world, and reap the benefits of being a volunteer.Read More
The Homestead Caldera, known locally as “The Crater” is a natural hot spring surrounded by a rock dome. It is located in Midway, Utah. It is a commercial location open year round to scuba divers and swimmers. Originally, it was accessed from a large natural opening at the top of the dome, but has since had a tunnel blasted through horizontally for easy access. The Crater began forming 10,000 years ago, and is made of minerals deposited by the rising, heated spring water.
“The Crater” is estimated to be around 10,000 years old and is one of many geothermal hot pots in the Midway, Utah region. These geological features have attracted miners and workers passing through the area as a place of respite to get a little rest and relaxation.Read More
Kipu falls is a fairly small waterfall just outside of Lihue, Kauai and are fed by the Hule’ia Stream on its way to the Nawiliwili Bay. Kipu Falls is a tiny but very popular waterfall that is known more as a swimming hole rather than a scenic falls. Kipu falls used to be the sight on large crods enjoying the rope swing and pools. Kipu Falls are also widely known for being the filming location of the famous introduction scene to the classic movie “Raiders of The Lost Ark”
Ein Gedi is an oasis in the desert and a green Garden of Eden in the wilderness. It is situated on the shore of the Dead Sea – the lowest place on Earth – at the feet of majestic mountains and cliffs.
One of the most exciting places in Israel, Ein Gedi combines a wild, natural setting with a primeval panorama, history and archaeology, tourist attractions, and spas. Its unique climate and atmosphere make it a place for a unique desert adventure.
Crater Forest is a small tented camp located on a highland coffee plantation at an altitude of 1800 m, directly bordering the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area (NCAA). The camp is a 10 kilometer drive away from the main road leading from Karatu town to the famous Ngorongoro Crater, offering you some nice views of the surrounding hills and coffee plantations.
Crater Forest Tented Camp is operated as a small scale eco-friendly camp with only 15 spacious tented rooms, with en-suite bathrooms with a hot shower and flush toilet.