The great wall of China is one of the most grandiose sights in the world. The largest separation wall in the world by length, an impressive example of ancient defensive architecture. It winds for many hundreds of kilometers among difficult terrain and steep mountains.
In all its sections, without exception, tourists enjoy the magnificent scenery. Therefore, it is not surprising that the Great wall of China was included in the list of the New Seven Wonders of the World. It is also one of China’s UNESCO world heritage sites. Continue reading
Over the past year, twenty new caves have been opened in Vietnam, including the giant Han Son dung cave, or hang Sondong (the name can be translated as “mountain river Cave”). In fact, the local tribes that live in the jungle have long known about this cave, but they were afraid of it because of the whistling sounds that make the underground river flowing in this cave. The world community only became aware of this natural wonder in 2009, when a group of British researchers from the British Association of cave explorers (BCRA) examined this cave. The research was conducted from 10 to 14 April 2009. Continue reading
The sa Morakot Emerald lake is located in the Tongariro National Park of New Zealand. It is famous for the extraordinary color of its water, changing depending on the lighting, the time of day from pale blue to emerald green.
Thanks to underground hot springs, the lake’s water is highly mineralized and very warm. The reason for the unusual color of Sa Morakot is the high concentration of minerals in the water.
Emerald lake is located at some distance from the highways. You can get to it on foot, passing through a one-and-a-half-kilometer glade or along a trail. Continue reading