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Wildlife in Vanuatu
Wildlife in Vanuatu Some fascinating wildlife including the endemic Vanuatu Megapode (Namalao), dugongs and turtles. The Vanuatu megapode Megapodius layardi is considered as Vulnerable, according to the IUCN red list category, because it is thought to have a small population that is likely to decline. The bird is extremely wary. It may often be heard, usually early and late in the day, but it is difficult to observe. Megapodes use external heat sources to incubate their eggs. Locals harvest them throughout the year except for the newly introduced 4 month taboo season. The birds are small, black with naked red faces. Their call is a wail followed by a series of chuckles lasting 4-5 seconds. The North coast of Ambrym also offers good...
 
Mexico: Money & Costs
Mexico: Money & Costs Baja California, Monterrey and the Yucatan Peninsula's Caribbean coast are pricey, but elsewhere you can expect to get away with spending around US$25.00 - US$40.00 a day, particularly in rural areas. Throw in a few luxuries like traveling in reasonable comfort, staying at better mid-range places and eating at more expensive restaurants, and you'll need more like US$40.00 . Stay at luxurious hotels and hire a car occasionally, and the sky's the limit. Money Preferred Form - The most convenient form of money in Mexico is a major international credit card or debit card. Credit cards can also be used to obtain cash from ATMs in Mexico, and are accepted for payment by most airlines, car rental companies, travel agents, m...
 
Wildlife in Belgium
Wildlife in Belgium Wildlife in Belgium is fascinating. Belgium has many wildlife reserves where one can find an excellent collection of flora, birds and insects. The Blokkerdijk Nature Reserve and Kalmthoutse Heide have reed fringed lakes. Her one can see Pochard, Gad wall and the Northern Shoveler types of ducks which are bred here and one can also see the Blue throats emerging from the vegetation and waddle along the mud like the garden Robins. There are pine woods, moorland, fens as well as fens and dunes in Wildlife in Belgium. All these make an interesting natural history destination for the wildlife buffs. In the heartlands one can see Nightjars, woodlarks as well as lekking Black Grouse. One can also see Honey Buzzards flying...
 
When To Go Argentina
When To Go Argentina For residents of the Northern Hemisphere, Argentina offers travelers the possibility of enjoying two summers in one year, but the country's great variety and elongated geography means visiting is pleasant during any season. Patagonian destinations, such as the Moreno Glacier in Santa Cruz, are best visited in the summer months (December to February ) when the weather's milder and more services are available. Outside this time, services thin out and public transport becomes trickier. Spring and autumn are the best times to visit Buenos Aires (the summer is hot and humid). Mendoza, Cordoba and the Lake District are all spectacular in autumn, when the leaves are fiery reds and yellows, the temperatures are comfortable an...
 
Ba Be National Park requested for honours
Ba Be National Park requested for honours According to National Heritage Council, Ba Be National Park is one of the 10 tangible and intangible heritage locations that Vietnam is requesting UNESCO to recognize. Together with three other National Parks - Hoang Lien (Lao Cai Province), Chu Nom Ray (Kon Tum Province) and Kon Ka King (Gia Lai Province), Ba Be was recognized as an ASEAN Heritage Park in late 2004, acknowledging its tourism, scientific research, cultural, and educational value. Ba Be National Park is located 40km from Bac Kan Town, 250 km from Hanoi. The park extends over more than 10,000 ha, in which the dominant feature is Ba Be Lake. The lake, after which the park is named, is surrounded by evergreen forests on limestone cliffs and is home ...
 
Colombia A South American Paradise
Colombia A South American Paradise Colombia is a beautiful South American country situated on the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Colombia has a lot to offer tourists and while there are some areas that you will want to avoid, there are so many places that are safe and worth visiting. Cartagena The San Felipe de Barajas Castle in Cartagena, Colombia, is unbelievable. Visiting a castle up close and personal is really worth the experience. Not only is it educational, but there is so much history in those walls you can almost feel yourself being transported to another time and another place. This castle is one of Colombia's oldest buildings and it was built by the Spaniards back in colonial times. Checking it out today is really amazing and a...
 
Slovakia Big Site, Small Undiscovered Country
Slovakia Big Site, Small Undiscovered Country Just in time for U.S. travelers looking for interesting, affordable European vacations, the Slovak Tourist Board in North America has launched a new website, specifically designed for Americans considering a trip to the other half of the former Czechoslovakia. While there are plenty of sites out there that have bits and pieces of useful information, we put everything American travelers need to know about our country on ComeToSlovakia.com, explains Jozef Steis, Director of the Slovak Tourist Board. Not just lists of hotels, restaurants and sights to see, but also five unusually detailed, self-guided driving itineraries that suggest what to see, how long it takes to drive between places, where to stay and eat a...
 
Climbing and Hiking in Ecuador
Climbing and Hiking in Ecuador Ecuador is one of the smallest countries in South America, but for climbers and trekkers it offers an incredible diversity of mountains, ecosystems and cultures to explore. Within a day's drive of the modern capital city of Quito are 20,000 foot glaciated peaks, Amazon rainforest, warm coastal beaches, and dense cloudforest with hidden Incan treasures. Whether you decide to ramble out on your own or hook up with a local guide service, the logistics of planning excursions in Ecuador are simpler and the approach time shorter than in other, more remote, areas of the world. Climbing The high Andean peaks of Ecuador are located primarily along the Avenue of the Volcanoes, a fertile central valley, which is buttressed b...
 
Languages of New Zealand
Languages of New Zealand New Zealand has three official languages: New Zealand English, Te Reo Maori (the Maori language), and New Zealand Sign Language. In practice only English is widely used although major efforts have been made in recent years to nurture Te Reo. Numerous other languages are spoken in New Zealand. New Zealand English New Zealand English is close to Australian English in pronunciation, but has several subtle differences often overlooked by people from outside these countries. Some of these differences show New Zealand English to have more affinity with the English of southern England than Australian English does. Several of the differences also show the influence of Maori speech. The most striking difference from Austra...
 
Volcanoes of Vanuatu
Volcanoes of Vanuatu Vanuatu is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire - that's where two of the earth's tectonic plates bump into each other and that means we have some really neat volcanoes. There are some amazing stories about an eruption that split an island in two and another one that blew an entire island up, so that only a few tiny islands are all that remain. Yasur volcano on Tanna Island - It is one of the most famous volcanoes in the world, simply because it is so easy to reach. Although it's active year round, it is unusual for it to be too active to approach, so it has become an extremely popular tourist attraction. When Captain Cook first sighted Yasur in 1774, he likened it to Stromboli in the Mediterranean because of it's cons...