Son Doong Cave And The Wonders That You Must Visit At Least Once In A Lifetime

Northern Lights over Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

The Aurora Borealis – better known as the Northern Lights – has been giving rare and spectacular displays over parts of the UK, from the north of Scotland to as far south as Essex and Gloucestershire. The Northern Lights are caused by the interaction of the solar wind – a stream of charged particles escaping the Sun – and our planet’s magnetic field and atmosphere.

Zakynthos Island – The most beautiful beach in the world

Zakynthos Island

Zakynthos Island is a place where there is a lot to see and a lot to do- hiking, scuba-diving, swimming are just some of the tips we can give you. This is a wonderful choice if you are looking for a holiday to remember. In this post we will concentrate on the landmarks that caught our attention: the Navagio Beach, probably the most spectacular beach in the world, Zakynthos Town and the Blue Caves.

Yucatan’s underwater cave

Yucatan Mexican

Entering Yucatan is like opening a chest full of endless treasures, for this Mexican state is rich in awe-inspiring Mayan archaeological sites and varied natural landscapes, the importance of which is truly immeasurable. Yucatan offers something for everyone: For those into history, there’s Merida (also known as the ”White City”), Chichen Itza, or Uxmal, whereas those who prefer to free themselves from the hustle and bustle will feel in their own element while exploring the large number of natural wells, grottos, lagoons and beaches found in the beautiful Yucatan.

Salar de Uyuni – The Sea of Salt

Salar de Uyuni - Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni (or Salar de Tunupa) is the world’s largest salt flat at 10,582 square kilometers. It is located in the Daniel Campos Province in Potosí in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes and is at an elevation of 3,656 meters above mean sea level.

World’s Largest Cave, Son Doong

A rock formation shines beneath a skylight in Hang Son Doong.

The Son Doong Cave in Vietnam is the biggest cave in the world. It’s over 5.5 miles long, has a jungle and river, and could fit a 40-story skyscraper within its walls. But nobody knew any of that until five years ago. The newly discovered cave has been touted as the largest in the world, although other caves vie for the title of longest (Mammoth Cave in Brownsville, Kentucky nabs that title with about 400 miles of passageways) and deepest (Krubera Cave in the nation of Georgia). A local man discovered the cave entrance in 1991, but British cavers were the first to explore it in 2009.

Fishing Village Reine

Fishing Village Reine Norway

Reine is a fishing village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Moskenes in Nordland County, Norway. It is located on the island of Moskenesøya in the Lofoten archipelago, above the Arctic Circle, about 300 kilometres southwest of the town of Tromsø. In Reine, everything is utterly quiet, quaint and more than beautiful. Visitors come Reine to slow down, eat up and soak in some stunning northern lights displays.

New Orleans

New Orleans US

New Orleans is a city for foodies with fine dining and historic cafes all around the city from the bustling French Quarter to the picture-perfect uptown Garden District. The food blends fancy French cuisine with local cooking styles to create distinctive Creole and Cajun dishes that are original to the city.

Florence, Italy

Florence Italy

A city-size shrine to the Renaissance, Florence offers frescoes, sculptures, churches, palaces, and other monuments from the richest cultural flowering the world has known. Names from its dazzling historical past—Dante, Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli—are some of the most resonant of the medieval age.

Great Ocean Road, Australia

Great Ocean Road Australia

Travel the Great Ocean Road and beyond for one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives, and see the 12 Apostles, iconic surf breaks and waterfalls. Experience a diverse array of things to see and do in the region, from outdoor activities such as surfing, scuba diving and sea kayaking to arts, cultural and heritage attractions. Admire the stunning coastline on the Great Ocean Walk and enjoy fine dining, local winemakers and fresh produce along the way.

St Vincent & the Grenadines


Just the name St Vincent and the Grenadines evokes visions of exotic, idyllic island life. Imagine an island chain in the heart of the Caribbean Sea, uncluttered by tourist exploitation; with white-sand beaches on deserted islands, sky-blue water gently lapping the shore and barely a soul around. (1029)


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