The Sultanate of Oman offers many beauties and today we will head to one of the country's most amazing sceneries. If you want to experience a wild adventure in Oman, go to one of the canyons. We chose Wadi Shab, due to its availability south of Muscat and on our way back to Bimmah Sinkhole.
Last week we visited the town of Baden in Lower Austria, we already know about its history and perhaps the biggest tourist attraction - spa. Today we will continue to explore. We will look at interesting sights and institutions, recommend a few social events and finally give some tips for trips to the surroundings of the city.
The sobering-up station provides sanctuary for elephants who have fallen into poacher traps or other difficulties. They use their own elephants, who are very ethically trained here (do not really expect any circus, here it helps). Injured elephants are undergoing rehabilitation and, if possible, their return to nature. The station also takes care of moving elephants due to the ever-increasing agricultural area. The employees are doing a really beautiful job here, be sure to come to support them.
After our short excursion in South Carolina we will head to North Carolina, which is the 28th in the US in terms of size and 9 in terms of population. Today we imagine the city of Raleigh.
Join us to the northwest of Slovakia, more precisely to the distinctive region of upper Kysuce. We will visit the border village of Svrčinovec and one unique place in the world - a natural monument of Megonka with the appearance of spherical sandstone formations.
One of the excursions you can take while in Hurghada is visiting the capital of Cairo, the Egyptian Museum, the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx.
Approximately 30 kilometers south of Vienna, in the province of Lower Austria extends spa town of Baden (unofficially Baden bei Wien), which was at the time of the monarchy popular place in Austria's elite and now offers a unique atmosphere full of elegance and grandeur.
Our second day in the Cameron Highlands we again take a trip to the tea plantations. We take a taxi and go from Tanah Rata through the city of Brinchang to about 10 km distant Kea Farm, where roses are grown.
Today we visit Charleston for the third time. Before we go to the streets, we will have a few interesting things.
The largest housing estate in Slovakia - Petržalka in Bratislava - hides many natural corners. One of them is the nature reserve Starý háj, which is located in the eastern part of Petržalka, not far from the Danube cycle path (Eurovelo 6).
Today you will take a boat trip, but also into the desert. We sail to the Egyptian Isle of Giftun, famous for its fabulous beaches. And then we go for Bedouins.
After hot days on the sunny island of Langkawi, we move to the coldest area of our journey - the Cameron Highlands. Located at a higher altitude, there are lower temperatures, which is a bit unusual for us in Malaysia. But it is nothing dramatic, the windbreaker and long pants are enough for morning and evening. Our destination for the next two nights is the city of Tanah Rata, which will also serve as a starting point for our two scheduled trips.
In the previous episode, we have explored sites referring to plantation, which for a long time has been an important segment of the economy of the American South.
Today we will go on one of the most popular trips in Egypt. In just one day we can discover the ancient treasures of Egyptian history. We will look into the famous Valley of the Kings, the Colossi of Memnon, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the temple complex of Karnak.
Our stay on the beautiful Malaysian island of Langkawi is nearing the end and the last trip is ahead. Today we set out on the most famous icon of the island, the Sky Bridge. The bridge is less than 20 kilometers by car from Pantai Cenang.
Today we move from the Midwest to South Carolina, specifically to the city of Charleston, where we taste the romantic gust of the American South.
Both hot springs and thermal spas have long been considered only as a resting place for older people who come here to treat illnesses through the healing properties of mineral or thermal waters. But hot springs have changed today and are much more than just a spa, offering comprehensive wellness stays for all ages.
San Juan del Sur (formerly a fishing village) has become one of the most visited destinations in Nicaragua in recent years. It is full of surfing, beach and nightlife lovers. It is easily accessible and presents itself as a picturesque, multicultural and vibrant young city.
High Tatras are often associated with winter holidays. With skis, mulled wine and views of the beautiful snow-capped mountains. In fact, this region is even nicer in summer and will certainly appeal to lovers of hiking and nature. Today we bring little inspiration.
We have an organized a trip to Kilim Karst Geoforest Park. In fact, there is no other option, because the tour of the Geopark takes place only on the water. It is not a physically demanding trip, no visitors will enjoy much walking, but it is still worth visiting the geopark. Stretching is possible at least while swimming on a nice beach.
Today's trip will take us to the American state of Indiana. Our goal is Fort Wayne, the second largest city in the state, brimming with places to go.
We have already presented the Algarve region in our series in great detail. We end it with the city of Lagos, which is one of the most popular tourist and serves as a perfect base for exploring. Thanks to the surfers, it also maintained a very relaxing atmosphere.
Our next stop on the road was the island of Ometepe. When we read that it is the largest volcanic lake in the world and is made up of two volcanoes, Concepción and Maderas, the choice was clear.
We haven't taken you to mountains in Slovakia for a long time now, so we'll fix it today. We will visit one of the mining gems of Slovakia, which is Špania Dolina. It lies less than 11 kilometers from Banská Bystrica in the arms of the Starohorské Hills.
From Penang harbor we set off with a small ferry to the very popular and popular tourist resort - the island of Langkawi (Pulau Langkawi). It takes about three hours to get there, and it is definitely a good idea to take something warmer, because the ferry is extremely cold due to extreme air conditioning. Outside the closed part of the ship, unfortunately, there is not much room for comfortable long journey. The island can also be transported by air, such as from Penang and Kuala Lumpur.
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