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Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

One of the most striking sites in Bolivia is Salar de Uyuni – which is the world’s largest salt flat, located in the southwest of the country between the Andes Mountains and it is about 3,700 meters above sea level. The salt flat covers an area of ​​more than 10,000 square Read more…

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Bonneville Salt Flats, USA

The Bonneville Salt Flats are located in northwestern Utah (USA), just about a 2 hours drive from Salt Lake City. The salt flats have been used for motor sports first in 1912 in a section of the flats named “Bonneville Speedway”. Many land speed records were set and broken on the flats. The speedway is totally Read more…

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God’s Thumb, USA

Not too far from Portland in northern tip of Lincoln City starts the trail to God’s Thumb (Oregon). The trail cuts through lavish vegetation and an old forest of large evergreen trees. The magic happens as soon as you reach the bright lush grass that tiles the way up this weird looking Read more…

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Chimney Rock State Park, USA

The village of Chimney Rock is North Carolina is part of Rutherford County and takes its name from the granite rock that is located on a summit above the village. The rock is part of Chimney Rock State Park. With much to do and amazing views, it’s difficult to overlook visiting such a Read more…

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Suytun Cenote, Mexico

Suytun Cenote, (Mexico) is a truly exhilarating experience while traveling from Coba to Valladolid (The Cenote is located 3 kilometers prior to arriving in Valladolid, Look to the right side of the road). The premises is nicely equipped and has changing rooms, small snack bar and… a place to rent life jackets (which are mandatory if you Read more…

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Peggys Cove, Canada

Peggys Cove is a small picturesque community located just a 45 minutes drive south from Halifax (Nova Scotia, Canada). Despite the fact that Peggys Cove preserves a simple small-fishing-town like appearance, it is above all a tourist attraction, fishing is no longer the main occupation of people living along the Cove. The development of Read more…

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Ushuaia, Argentina

Ushuaia is the capital of Tierra del Fuego (from Spanish -“Land of Fire”) the southernmost region of Argentina. It is the southernmost city in the world and the closest city to Antarctica (there are a few settlements which are situated further to the south, but these settlements are much smaller in size and population – like the Read more…

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Buraco do Galego, Brazil

Buraco do Galego (Translated from Portuguese as “The Galician Bath” or “The Galician Hole” ) is a tiny natural swimming pool which is fed with water from the Atlantic Ocean, The pool is located on the north eastern side of the main island of  archipelago (there are 21 islands all and all) the Read more…

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Maho Beach, St. Maarten

Do you enjoy watching planes fly in for a landing? Now think about planes that come down from the sky and fly SUPER low just above the Tropical Caribbean blue water. Well than we recommend seeing this in person over Maho Beach on the southwestern part of St. Maarten Island (an autonomy within Read more…

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Makua Cave, Hawaii

Makua Cave is an ancient Cave, regarded as holy by the Hawaiian indigenous religion. The cave is situated on a mountain side overlooking the beach of Kaena Point (On the far west side of the island of Oahu, Hawaii, USA). There is an Upper Makua Cave and a Lower Makua Cave – the Lower cave one is much deeper Read more…

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