Уou can feel the adrenaline rush as you glide across the surface of the river on a truly jet-powered boat. Hold tight on turns and u-turns. Believe me, you will never forget this river trip.
In New Zealand, Queenstown has long been recognized as one of the best holiday destinations on the planet for several reasons. The stunning Alpine scenery, dry climate and year-round entertainment season have always attracted travelers of all ages and professions to this region for many decades, but only one thrill-filled entertainment, Queenstown has become truly popular. Continue reading
Alsace is an amazing combination of advantages of two cultures at once: France and Germany. With its French love of detail, flowers and wines and its German half-timbered houses, hearty food and beer, the region represents such an ideal concentrated Europe.
What to see in Alsace?
Strasbourg and Colmar have their own “fairy tales”:” little France “in one and” little Venice ” in the other. Both cities are considered one of the most beautiful in Europe. Continue reading
Getting acquainted with the sights of the Taupo volcanic zone, you can not ignore another small, but very well-known place in the whole world-the unique geothermal zone of UAI-o-Tapu. This small area of volcanic activity is located among charming, untouched forests on the very border of Huaikato, twenty-seven kilometers from Rotorua and fifty kilometers from Taupo. Route 5, which connects Rotorua with Taupo, leads here. In Aim-o-Tapu is also the start of route No. 38, which is the land of Urewera you can reach Napier in hawke’s Bay. The UAI-o-Tapu region is known for the fact that as a result of age-old volcanic activity, there are about twenty-five unique-unusual, unparalleled and very beautiful hot springs, mud baths and other geothermal objects. Continue reading
The Cathedral cave is located on the Coromandel Peninsula, famous for its beautiful beaches and warm climate. It is called a Cathedral because it resembles a Gothic Cathedral in shape. This is one of the few caves in the world where musical performances were held.
The cave, which is 120 meters long and more than 20 meters high, was once used as a concert hall, where the famous Opera singer Kiri Te Kanawa gave her performance. Continue reading
The giant Te Pake sand dunes are a 10-minute drive from the Cape Ring lighthouse, the northernmost point of the North Island and New Zealand as a whole. Last time, on the way back home, I was so carried away by the winding serpentine road that we passed the lapel on the sand without blinking an eye! Vacation, and the summer of the 15th, we spent most of the time first on the South island, and then on local beaches near the house, so that the traditional trip to the North we somehow postponed by ourselves until the best case! Continue reading