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Things to Do in Brazil
Things to Do in Brazil You will have a chance to indulge in a number of things to do in Brazil during your Brazil tour. Visitors never cease to be surprised at the broad range of colorful and interesting activities available to them here. The numerous remarkable things to do in Brazil are themselves reason enough for any traveler to spend a few days here. Bird watching is an important and interesting activity that you can list in your thing to do in Brazil list. Pantanal here is the perfect destination for this purpose. Many colorful species of birds abound this place. Your challenge will not be sighting the birds; rather it will be keeping track of the many things that are happening around you. Another popular destination from the viewp...
Birds of Wallis and Futuna
Birds of Wallis and Futuna The avifauna of Wallis and Futuna includes a total of 39 species, of which 2 have been introduced by humans, and 3 are rare or accidental. 2 species are globally threatened. This list's taxonomic treatment (designation and sequence of orders, families, and species) and nomenclature (common and scientific names) follow the conventions of Clements's 5th edition. The family accounts at the beginning of each heading reflects this taxonomy, as do the species counts found in each family account. Introduced and accidental species are included in the total counts for Wallis and Futuna. This is a list of the bird species - Shearwaters and Petrels - The procellariids are the main group of medium-sized 'true petrels', charact...
Iceland Tourist Information
Iceland Tourist Information City of Natural Wonders Iceland means new and different things for you to see and do, whatever the season. Every part of the year has its own special attractions, character and charm. And don´t let the name deceive you - Iceland can be very warm in summer when the sun shines virtually round the clock, while January temperatures are around 0°C. It is the nearest European neighbor to the U.S. In fact, Iceland is at the halfway point from the East Coast to the European continent. With daily flights from New York, Baltimore/Washington, Minneapolis and Boston, and frequent service from Orlando and Halifax, this awesome and virtually jet-lag free destination awaits you with plenty of action. Much of Iceland is sti...
Tea Culture in Sri Lanka
Tea Culture in Sri Lanka Being one of the largest producers of tea in the world, Sri Lankans drink a lot of tea. Many Sri Lankans drink at least three cups a day. Sri Lanka is also one of the best tea producing countries in the World and the Royal Family of the United Kingdom has been known to drink Ceylon tea. Tea is served whenever a guest comes to a house, it is served at festivals and gatherings. It is served almost anywhere in Sri Lanka. Ceylon tea (black) Ceylon black tea is black tea that is grown in Sri Lanka (which was known as Ceylon before 1972). It has a crisp aroma reminiscent of citrus, and is used both unmixed and in blends. It is grown on numerous estates which vary in altitude and taste. History The production of black te...
Beaches of Mexico
Beaches of Mexico With nearly 6000 miles (9330 km) of coastline, and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Mexico entices all those who enjoy sea and sand. Mexico Top Beaches are: The Mayan Riviera - Nearly 100 miles of beautiful white-sand beaches with brilliant turquoise colored water are located just South of Cancun. Called the Riviera Maya or Mayan Riviera, this world-renowned paradise offers mangroves and lagoons, ancient Mayan cities, ecological reserves and the world's second largest coral reef. The Mayan Riviera runs along the Caribbean coastline of the state of Quintana Roo. Beginning 32 km south of Cancun, in Puerto Morelos, it extends down to Punta Allen, a fishing village within the Sian Ka'an Reserve. Cancu...
Kingman Reef Largely Submerged US Outlying Island
Kingman Reef Largely Submerged US Outlying Island Kingman Reef is a largely submerged, uninhabited tropical atoll located in the North Pacific Ocean, roughly half way between Hawaiian Islands and American Samoa at 6°24'N 162°24'WCoordinates: 6°24'N 162°24'W. It is the northernmost of the Northern Line Islands and lies 65 km NNW of Palmyra Atoll, the next closest island, and has the status of an unincorporated territory of the United States, administered from Washington, DC by the U.S. Navy. The atoll is closed to the public. The total area within the rim of the reef, which has greater depths in the western part, is 60 km². There is just one small strip of dry land on the eastern rim, with an area of less than 0.01 km². The pre-20th century names Caldew Reef,...
People of Zambia
People of Zambia Zambia has one of the lowest population to land ratio's in Africa. Only 10 million people in a country half the size of Europe. The employment opportunities offered in the post independence era in the copper mines and associated industries led to a strong rural-urban migration. The result has been to make Zambia one of the most urbanised countries in Africa. About one fifth of the population lives on the Copperbelt to the north of the capital, but the biggest concentration of people is in Lusaka itself with an estimated population of over 2 million. This has resulted in massive tracts of uninhabited land across the country. Culture Zambia's contemporary culture is a blend of values, norms, material and spirit...
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling in Turks and Caicos
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling in Turks and Caicos The Turks and Caicos Islands are surrounded by one of the most extensive coral reef systems worldwide (65 miles across and 200 miles long). As a result, the islands are consistently ranked as one of the premier diving locations in the world. Excellent visibility (up to 200 feet), pristine reefs, abundant tropical flora and fauna, fish and other marine life, quality diving services and easy conditions make the Turks and Caicos Islands a world class diving destination. There is exceptional wall diving starting in shallow turquoise water and dropping off into the deep blue giving a real thrill. The reef is relatively close to the beach which makes for accessible beach dives. Shipwrecks, old and new further increase the ...
Great Holiday Destination, Madrid
Great Holiday Destination, Madrid The official epithet for the natives of the city is Madrileño, but they are frequently known as gatos (cats). City breaks in Madrid will make it apparent that the city positions itself as one of the important cities in Europe. Madrid is a foremost southern European city and the most significant link between the European Union and Latin America. The enlightened city is home to over three million people. Like any other chief European capital city, each district (or barrio in Spanish) has its own ambiance. Madrid is also distinguished for its nightlife and discotheques. Young & warm madrileños dances all night and stop off for chocolate at first light. Also trendy is the custom of gathering in parks or streets with ...
Good Time to visit Botswana
Good Time to visit Botswana Autumn and winter (April through August) are good times to visit Botswana, as the days are generally pleasant and the wildlife never wanders far from water sources. Bear in mind, however, that this is also the time of European, North American and South African school holidays, so things can get a bit crowded. In general, June, early July and mid to late September are the least crowded times to visit. Summer isn't the best time to hit the back roads, enjoy wildlife viewing or explore the Okavango, as prolonged rains may render sandy roads uncrossable, and animals disperse when water is abundant. From December to March it is very difficult to get around Chobe and Moremi national parks due to heavy rains, and many lodges...