Everyone who chooses to stay Miami, have the opportunity to not only visit places of this Paradise of the globe, but also to make a fascinating trip to the USA.
Tours in Miami will help you to discover all of the highlights of the southern state of America, Florida. Trips in the U.S. are always very well organized and very interesting matched. Florida, winter and summer, light-filled sunlight. The climate is very favorable state for tourism, but the philosophy of the entertainment industry is built so that every tourist will find here a lot of interesting and useful. Trip to Florida and the USA can become a truly unforgettable honeymoon. Honeymooners are welcomed especially welcome. Let’s look at some types of tours in more detail.
A trip to the crocodile Park. Here they are called alligators. Continue reading
One of the best spots around the world for Windsurfing and kite surfing TARIFA (Spain).
Unique place, where the conditions of water, wind and air, allow Windsurfing all year round not exist so far as sometimes it seems to us.
One of them is located in Spain. There are southern coast of Spain, where you can buy a ticket on the ferry – 45 minutes and you’re in Morocco, you can take the car and take a ride along the southern coast which would then get to the ocean in the country of the classic surf Portugal, but it is better to stay here, somewhere between ocean waves and inland winds in the town of Tarifa.
There is not a lot not a little Mecca of the European wind and kite-surfing. The Valdevaqueros beach is 7 km of sandy shoreline, stretching from the town was founded in antiquity. Walking the streets of this city, you hear the clank of armor conquistadors and the cries of the Moorish conquerors, while you swim relaxation and comfort surf brand existence. Here the two seas and two of the wind. There are no reefs, rocks, rocks or dangerous fish that can harm your body. Continue reading
Eleuthera (Eleuthera) — this is one of several Islands within the archipelago of the Bahamas, located about 80 kilometres East of the capital Nassau. This long and narrow island, which is 180 kilometers and a width of only about 1.6 kilometers. Light blue shallow waters of the Caribbean sea on one side of the island contrast sharply with the dark blue waters of the Atlantic ocean, the depth of which reaches thousands of meters. One of the best places from which to admire the unusual comparison is “the Glass Window Bridge”, Glass Window Bridge).
This place is located about three kilometers to the East of the upper God (Upper Bogue). The bridge connects the city of Gregory town (Gregory Town) and lower God (Lower Bogue) at the narrowest part of the island. This is one of the few places on earth where you can compare the richblue waters of the Atlantic ocean, located on one side of the road, and tranquil turquoise-green waters of the Caribbean sea on the other side, separated by a strip of rocks, the width of which is only 9 meters. Continue reading
New Zealand is an island country in the South-Western Pacific ocean, about 1930 km South-East of Australia.
The main territory of the country consists of two Islands that have corresponding names – the South Island and North Island. The North and South Islands are separated by cook Strait.
In addition, the composition comprises 61 and the other Islands, much smaller in their area. The total area of the country is 268 680 sq km (which includes the addition of the square main Islands in the same area of the Antipodes Islands, Auckland Islands, bounty Islands, Campbell Islands, Chatham Islands, and Kermadec Islands).
This makes it slightly smaller than Italy and Japan, and the UK. The length of the coastline of New Zealand is 15 134 kilometers.
South island is the largest island which is part of New Zealand. It is home to about one-fourth of the populationof the country. Along the island from the North to the South stretches the range of folded mountains Southern Alps, the highest peak of which is mount cook, or Aoraki, height 3754 metres. In addition to her in the South island there are 18 peaks over 3,000 meters. Continue reading