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Waitomo Glowworm Cave, North Island, New Zealand

By Janet / January 11, 2020

Waitomo Cave, also known as the Waitomo Cave, is located in the Waitomo Cave area of waikato, New Zealand, and is famous for its underground Cave phenomenon. Beneath the surface, limestone formations form a vast system of caverns, decorated with various stalactites and stalagmites, as well as fireflies. Some caves are open to visitors, others […]


Rock Island——The Original Ecology Of Thailand

By Janet / January 9, 2020

Rock island is a pristine island in Thailand. In order to protect the environment, rock island is only open for half a year in the peak tourist season. Rock island is located in the andaman sea. Suitable for those who are interested in snorkeling and pristine islands, and prefer a quiet retreat. Rock island is […]


The World’s 8 “Dark Sky Sanctuaries” Are Home To Stunning Stars

By Janet / January 7, 2020

1. The town of tekapo This is the first “dark sky sanctuary” certified by the United Nations, where the naked eye can enjoy pollution-free, the brightest sky scenery. Due to its special location in the cook mountains, tekapo is surrounded by many blue-green lakes, which form the most typical south island landscape of New Zealand […]


The World’s Most Exciting Bungee Jumping Resort

By Janet / January 6, 2020

Kawarau bridge, New Zealand The Queenstown bridge is the world’s first commercial bungee jumping site. In November 1988, it became one of the most popular bungee jumping resorts since pioneers A.J. Hackett and Henry van Asch jumped there. A height of 141 feet (43 meters) may not seem like much to the thrill seeker, but […]


Spain Winter Snow And Ice About, Skiing To Enjoy The Scenery

By Janet / January 5, 2020

Valle DE Aran The valley of the aran, in the province of lerida in the Catalan region, is a great place to see the snow in the pyrenees. The Baqueira Beret ski resort here is a paradise for European skiers, with 155 kilometers of trails. Skiing, sledding, snow walking… You can play snowboarding here. The […]


Coldest Village In The World

By Janet / January 4, 2020

In northern Russia, just a few hundred kilometers from the Arctic Circle, there is a village called oymyakon. It is the coldest permanent settlement on earth, and further north there is no one but scientists. Oymyakon means “unthawed waters” in the local language. The average temperature from December to February is below -50°C. Sometimes it’s […]


Take Stock Of The World’s Secret Wonderland

By Janet / January 3, 2020

1.Nazca lines, Peru At nazca airport in Peru, a plane bumps up and down the runway, takes off, flies over the gray city of nazca surrounded by green suburbs, over the bare hills, and over a vast expanse of desert. But now you see the desert is not vast, gravel ground as if etched out […]


Kumutag Desert Scenic Spot, A Good Place To Visit!

By Janet / January 2, 2020

Xinjiang covers a vast territory, covering a total area of more than 1.665 million square kilometers, accounting for about one sixth of the country’s total area. It is the largest province in China. Xinjiang is rich in tourism resources. With its diverse natural landscape, unique ethnic customs and profound historical culture, it attracts numerous tourists […]

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