Thursday, 18 August 2016

Places to see before you die

This unbelievable photo is of Kalsoy in the Faroe Islands. Take a look at @visitfaroeislands feed to see more undiscovered places.



Donut Falls, shown on USGS maps as Doughnut Falls, is a fun and easy hike in summer and a spectacular snowshoe adventure in winter. Donut Falls was closed to public access from 2004 through 2006. The falls were purchased by Salt Lake County in 2007 and are once again open to public access.
Dombai and Alibek gorge from the top of Musa Achitara mount. Mt. Belalakaya (3740 meters) is to the left.
Dyrhólaey (Iceland) is about 174 km from Reykjavík city or about 2 1/2 hour drive not so far away from the beautiful little village Vík (the southern most village in Iceland). Dyrhólaey is a small peninsula or promontory but is a former island. The birdlife during summer time is prosperous and there you should be able to see and discover beautiful puffins to name some species. Note to self though that the arctic tern nests there and can be very aggressive while protecting their nests. 
Sakura railway, Japan - The best time to go to Japan is when the sakuras are blooming. 
This iceberg in Antarctica recently flipped over and revealed an extraordinarily vivid blue underside. The striking polished ice ranges in hue from light aqua to dark teal to near black. Its looks more like a galactic artifact than a terrestrial chunk of sea ice.

PHUKET : Phuket is a large island that has a lot to offer for tourists and travelers. There is so much to see, plenty of things to do.... You can’t possibly experience it all in one trip. Whether you love beaches, shopping, adventuring, or drinking the night away, there is definitely something for you in the gorgeous island of Phuket.
Climbing Mount Fuji (3776 meters), Japan's highest and most prominent mountain, can make for lifelong memories. The mountain itself may look more attractive ...

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