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Khao Yai National Park, Thailand – All You Want to Know
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Khao Yai National Park, Thailand – All You Want to Know

There's so much to explore in Thailand's first national park: mountains, dense forests, exotic wildlife, waterfalls, lakes—the list goes on and on. Spanning into four provinces, the sprawling park boasts 2,100 square kilometers and offers something for everyone.

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Ouzoud Waterfall – Amazing Desert Waterfall in Morocco
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Ouzoud Waterfall – Amazing Desert Waterfall in Morocco

At first, you may have thought that it was almost impossible to find lush forests and waterfalls because of the completely dry southern part of the country.  But contrary to popular belief, the northern part of the country is very lively, and the areas near Chefchaouen, which are home to the lush green forests and ...

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Isalo National Park – The Most Visited National Park in Madagascar
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Isalo National Park – The Most Visited National Park in Madagascar

Madagascar's most visited natural park, Isalo National Park, is located amidst the Jurassic-era highlands of the country's southwest. Isalo, established in 1962, offers sweeping landscapes, pure raw nature, and paradisiacal natural pools. It can surprise you by over 80,000 hectares of land dominated by a stunning ...

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Tiger Kingdom Phuket – A Beautiful Zoo Just For Tigers
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Tiger Kingdom Phuket – A Beautiful Zoo Just For Tigers

Phuket is one of the most spectacular cities in Thailand, hosting countless tourists annually. One of the fantastic attractions in this exceptional city is the tiger kingdom of Phuket, which I want to discuss in this article.   Where Is the Tiger Kingdom, and Why Is It So Popular? The tiger kingdom is ...

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Namib Desert – The Oldest Desert in the World
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Namib Desert – The Oldest Desert in the World

The Namib is a coastal desert located in the southwest of Namibia, connecting to the Atlantic ocean in the west. Although it is not the biggest desert globally (However, Namib means vast), it is the oldest. Experts believe that Namib has been a dry place since 55 to 80 million years ago. Having desert on your right ...

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Swakopmund in Namibia
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Swakopmund in Namibia

Swakopmund, known as Swakop, is a vast Atlantic coastal town in Namibia, 352 km (219 mi) west of the Namibian capital Windhoek. It is a perfect joy for merrymakers and vacationers from all around the world. This seashore turns display cases of its German roots in its European-way colonial architecture with rich ...

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Yala National Park – 2nd National Park in Sri Lanka
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Yala National Park – 2nd National Park in Sri Lanka

Yala National Park is a vast area in the Southeast corner of Sri Lanka known as the most visited national park in Sri Lanka and the second-largest national park in this country. Yala National Park is among Sri Lanka's 70 Important Bird Areas (IBAs), and of the 215 bird species inhabiting here, seven are endemic to Sri ...

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Etosha National Park – The World of Rare Animals in Namibia
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Etosha National Park – The World of Rare Animals in Namibia

Etosha National Park, located in the Kunene Region of northeastern Namibia, opened in 1907. When the park opened, Namibia was a colony of the German Empire. The park is located on the African continent and is so large that it can even be seen from space! At the time of its opening, it was about 100,000 square ...

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