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  • Safari in Kenya: Iconic Wildlife destination

    Posted in Africa | March 15, 2010
    Africa once known as ‘dark continent’ in it lies the magical beacon of iconic wildlife destination which is none other then the enchanting and spectacular landscape with unspoiled natural surroundings in wildlife. There is no where else on earth that can offer such a great combination of Safari other then Kenya which has mountains, beaches, coral reefs, wildlife and local rich cultures, traditions and customs of old age Masai community along with breathtaking sceneries of the sun rising and setting over mountain peaks, all so much diverse and all together in a platter that will entice and enthrall you. Kenya, history says, here were man’s earliest ancestors may have originated in Turkana which is Northern Kenya some five million years  [...]
  • Yellowstone National Park: Fabulous nature’s gift

    Posted in North America | March 15, 2010
    America’s first National Park- Yellowstone National Park, fabulous nature’s gift, Wyoming’s flagship attractions, and a natural cornucopia. In brimming sun, with perfect blue sky and mountains sticking and rising high up as background Yellowstone National Park is amazing destination for exploring the plethora of nature, wildlife, geology and loads of adventure and thrill seeking adventures. Well growth is the factor, and Mother Nature is taking good care out here, with growing mammals, shaggy grizzlies, giant moose, wolverine packed wolves, and superfluity of ecosystems with motley concentrations of immense wildlife. Home of world’s half of the geysers, abundance of alpine lakes, riveting rivers and mesmeric waterfalls. As you explore  [...]
  • Wildlife conservation in India: Nature is missing its glory

    Posted in Asia | March 15, 2010
    Nature is the major part that gave plenty of chances to flourish mankind. When it comes about doing justice, it’s all what nature do, but not us. We learnt from childhood to save others, to think for others first, and rest all the things. In fact, we are living all because of the nature. And when our turn came to save the nature, we are simply sitting back, relaxing as if nothing has happened. Therefore, the government of India started giving advertisements to save the nature or in easy language ‘Save Wildlife’. Many wildlife organizations are there who try to save and flourish the wildlife. Many natural projects and programmes have been undertaken by the Indian Government like Project Tiger, Nature Camps, and Jungle Lodges. These have  [...]
  • Haleakala National Park

    Posted in North America | March 14, 2010
    Haleakala national park stretches across east Maui. The park is home Haleakala Crater, which is an active volcano that not does erupt presently. It is also the highest peak in Maui. The magnificent slopes of Haleakala rise more than 10,000 feet above sea level. They can be seen from any point in the island. The word Haleakala means ‘house of the sun’ in Hawaiian. According to legend, the demigod Maui lassoed the sun from the summit to slowdown the journey of the sun across the skies. Haleakala National Park comprises an unbelievable range of natural environments. Reaching the peaks of Haleakala Crater is a popular tourist activity. You also get the opportunity to walk above the clouds. Hiking across the diverse landscapes, deserts, and  [...]
  • Waterton National Park

    Posted in Europe | March 13, 2010
    The Waterton National Park was created in the year 1895. It is spread across 140 square kilometers. The park is fourth of its kind in Canada and one of the smallest in the Canadian Rockies. The size of the park has varied over the year. Presently, it occupies 505 square kilometers of land. There have been an increasing number of recommendations to include the Waterton lakes in the park area. This has been done mainly to ensure conservation. The park gets its name from the lakes. The chain of lakes was named by Lieutenant Blakiston in honor of British naturalist, Squire Charles Waterton. Waterton National Park is representative of the southern Rocky Mountains Natural Region. Here, the ancient Rocky Mountains meet the prairie lands. The landscape  [...]
  • Kruger National Park

    Posted in Africa | March 12, 2010
    Kruger National Park lies in the heart of Lowveld. This wildlife sanctuary cannot be paralleled. The atmosphere at the park is unique. The wilderness seems to have no boundaries. Experience true African wildlife while at the park. Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve of South Africa. The park is larger than Israel. It is spread over 2 million hectares of land and stretches for 352 km from north to south, along the border of Mozambique. The wildlife experience is sure to touch your heart. The park serves as the flagship for the national parks in the country. It gives you the ultimate African safari experience. It lies across the provinces of Mpumalanga and Limpopo, which lie to the north of the country. It is now part of the Great  [...]
  • Biscayne National Park

    Posted in North America | March 12, 2010
    Most travelers when they hear of a national park in South Florida think of the Everglades. However, within a few miles there is another national park: Biscayne National Park. This park is located along the southeast coast of Florida, just south of Miami. The park is spread over 181,500 acres. The park comprises a section of the mainland and large portions of Biscayne Bay. The barrier islands off the coast, too, are part of the national park. Biscayne National Park is famous for the blue waters of the bay. The coral reefs and marine life are highlights of the park. There are plenty of sea birds and subtropical vegetation. Trails are present on the islands and the mainland. The park is just 30 miles away from downtown Miami. It comprises the  [...]
  • Dry Tortugas National Park

    Posted in North America | March 12, 2010
    One of the most unique parks in the national park system is Dry Tortugas. It is small and remote and one of the least visited. Dry Tortugas National Park is wonderful. It comprises seven tiny islands, coral reefs, and undersea attractions. There are also plenty of nesting areas for birds. The park is spread over 64,657 acres of land. The brick behemoth, known as Ft. Jefferson, is the most popular attraction of the park. The fort was built to protect the southern coastline of the United States. There were many flaws in its foundation. Improvements in the field of weapon technology have rendered many aspects obsolete. Despite this, the fort failed to live up to expectations. Ponce de Leon was the first European to set foot on the islands in 1513.  [...]
  • Grand Canyon National Park: Rocky Kingdom on earth

    Posted in North America | March 12, 2010
    On earth, if there is grandeur of rock and stones, plethora of natural beauty and majesty of flora and fauna the name which is epitome of these excellence is none other then rocky splendor ‘Grand Canyon National Park’.  Proclaiming it as ‘Rocky kingdom on earth’, a 277 river miles long, some one mile deep and average of ten miles wide, Grand Canyon acclaimed as one of the wonders of natural world. As the name Grand Canyon National Park, its truly stand by it, with such grand and great chasm carved, with awe inspiring view. Carvings that have taken millennia, on the rocks of Colorado Plateau, a gift that surpass and outdo what all we experience. It’s absolutely beautiful and such a mammoth, which makes us bow our head in front of it,  [...]
  • Death Valley National Park

    Posted in North America | March 12, 2010
    Death Valley National Park is located east of the Sierra Nevada mountains in the arid Great Basin of the USA. The park also extends into southern Inyo County and northern San Bernardino County in eastern California and southwestern Nye County and southern Esmeralda County in Nevada. The national park is spread over an area of 13,630 square kilometres and includes Saline Valley, a part of Panamint Valley, almost the entire Death Valley and Eureka Valley. It was declared a national monument in 1993 and redesignated as a national park in 1994. Pahrump in Nevada is the nearest city to Death Valley National Park. The park is a renowned tourist attraction despite the fact that it is one of the most inhospitable regions in the world.  Its geological  [...]