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Sight seeing is a major part of travelling that one looks forward to in any destination. You want the place to be beautiful so that it can create unforgettable memories. Many travellers always have the quest to tour destinations that offer the most beautiful sceneries and landscapes, and the destination has no charm then the trip is not not worth taking. Water, fire, ice have combined to make some of the most spectacular scenery in the world – from giant waterfalls, to vast glaciers, from mud volcanoes to rock formations, that look like works of art. The Ngorogoro Crater, in Tanzania is Africa’s Eden. Created when a huge volcano exploded 2.3 million years ago, the 300 sq km caldera now offers the best chances of seeing Africa’s wild animals like Lions, rhinos, leopards, elephants, and buffalo – The Big 5. The Geirangerfjord and Naeroyfjord in Norway are among the world’s longest and deepest fjords with high vertical cliffs, deep waters and giddy waterfalls. Both are UNESCO World Heritage sites and the trips are arranged from Bergen or Alesund. Lake Nakuru in Kenya, in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley is home to thousands of pink flamingos that flock here to feed on the lake’s algae. A UNESCO Heritage site, Lake Nakuru National Park, is home to hippos, white and black rhino, giraffe and buffaloes. Uluru Ayers Rock in Australia, another spectacular beauty, is a giant sandstone mass 350 mtrs high and more than nine kms in circumference which is a spiritual and sacred site. The Seljalandsfoss Waterall in Iceland may not be the biggest and highest falls, but when it comes to cascading water, the sight of Iceland’s Seljalandsfoss dropping 62mtrs down the cliff face has made it one of the most stunning attractions in Iceland. Deep in the Canadian Rockies is the Moraine Lake together with its sister lake Lake Louise – one of the most photographed landscapes in Banff national Park, known as “jewel of the Rockies” for its deep crystalline waters that mirror pine forest, soaring mountains and endless sky. Lake Titicaca, Bolivia situated at an altitude of 3811 mtrs above sea level, one of the largest lakes in South America with its vast expanse of water, offers wonderful scenery and has inspired many travellers. The list goes on like Victoria Falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe, Plitvice Lakes Croatia, The Great Barrier Reef in Australia, Mount Bromo Indonesia, Igazzzu National Park with the Igazzu Falls, Argentina, and many more, which offer amazing natural beauty and should be on every travellers list.
This tour takes you through the “must see” wonders of Australia. Begin your tour in Sydney, first exploring this beautiful city and then visit the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage site and admire the Three Sisters Rock Formations and many ancient plateaus and cliffs.
This tour covers all the three countries of Australia, New Zealand and Fijil The tour commences in Sydney, Australia where you visit the UNESCO Heritage site of the Blue Mountains. See the park’s ancient plateaus and valleys and the rock formations of the famous Three Sisters.
Swedish Lapland, the Arctic part of Sweden is Europe’s last remaining wilderness area and home to indigeneous people, Sami. The vast area is characterized by seemingly endless forests of pine and spruce and thundering rivers that drain the snow covered fells and peaceful lakeside villages perched high in the hills.
South Africa , is a country on the southernmost tip of the African continent, marked by several distinct eco systems. It is a vast country with widely varying landscapes and has 11 official languages with an equally diverse population.
Thailand is a South East Asian country known for its tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins, and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha. The celestial world is a close confidant in this Buddhist Nation, and religious devotion is colourful and ubiquitious.
Central Europe is a region forming the heart of Europe, while ethnically different, the countries of Central Europe share similar culture and history throughout the ages. Two of the most important political units in the region were the German and the Austro –Hungarian empires, who were preceded in the Middle Ages by the Holy Roman Empire.