240 kilometers south of Australia is an amazing piece of paradise – the island of Tasmania. From the west it is washed by the waters of the Indian Ocean, and from the east by the waters of the Tasman Sea. The island covers an area of only about 70 kilometers and can be traveled around in a few days.
The abundance of vegetation on this mysterious and distant island is striking. Endless eucalyptus, pine forests, cypresses, southern beech and rare species of mosses, lichens occupy most of it. Over eighty species of orchids alone grow here! Continue reading
The lake is striking in its diversity, as well as rest on it. If your desire is to swim and fish, only the last two summer months are at your disposal. The best option is mid-July – mid-August. At the beginning of summer it is still very cold here, especially at night, and the water is quite cold. The reason for this is the same “icy” nights.
Ice floes float in the northern part of Baikal in June. But the end of summer overshadows the rest with a piercing cold wind, which only intensifies in autumn. The winds mix the lake water, significantly lowering its temperature. Continue reading
One of the most developed and largest cities in Senegal, and throughout West Africa, is Dakar. The Senegalese capital is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and is quite a popular destination for many foreign tourists. This demand is explained by the unique African flavor of the city and a large number of exclusive places and attractions.
Grand Mosque in Dakar Continue reading