Monthly Archives: April 2018
Antelope canyon (Antelope Canyon)in the state of Arizona, we dreamed of seeing Antelope Canyon (Antelope Canyon) in the state of Arizona, USA, long before our trip to the States, so we were looking forward to meeting the Arizona Indian lands and one of the main attractions of the state, which is located near the city of page at an altitude of 1129 meters above sea level. The Antelope Canyon in Arizona, which is one of the most photographed places in the world, will be interesting for both professional photographers and fans of unusual natural geological formations.
It is best to visit Antelope Canyon in the summer (at this time you can see a beautiful sunbeam among the velvet-red walls of the canyon), and the time should be chosen in the morning between 10 and 12 hours. Continue reading
If you think that you know everything about salt and it will not surprise you, then you should go to Uyuni to get acquainted with it again in the vast white desert.
Uyuni is the largest salt marsh in the world. It covers 12,106 km2, which is 5 times the area of Luxembourg.
The huge mountain lake Minchin 25,000 years ago almost completely dried up, leaving behind a couple of small reservoirs and two giant salt marshes: Uyuni and Koipasa.
The dried-up Uyuni salt lake is the main attraction of Bolivia. Continue reading
Deep in the wilds of Ecuador is a seismic monitoring station known as Casa del Arbol (in the original Casa del Arbol). Its purpose is to observe the activity of the Tungurahua volcano, which is located nearby. This volcano woke up on August 19, 1999. Since then, climbing it has been banned, and it is under scrutiny. The station is a small tree house. Which can already be considered a landmark, since it is located on the edge of a fairly deep cliff. But much more interesting are the swings that hang from the branches of a tree, right next to the station (more like a large birdhouse). All over the world, these swings are known as “swings at the end of the world” or “end of the world” swings. Continue reading