Waitomo Caves are considered one of the main attractions of New Zealand. They are located on the North island of New Zealand, 12 km Northwest of the town of Te Kuiti. Their name “Waitomo”, translated from the Maori language, means “water passing through the hole”(“wai” – water, “tomo” – funnel). One of the main attractions of the Waitomo caves is the “glowworm Cave”. It is called the “Firefly Cave” because of the large population of the arachnocampa Luminosa fungus gnats that live here. Here you can see and touch the real “starry sky”, above your head you can see thousands, millions of luminous points. This is an unforgettable sight.
Firefly mosquitoes are tiny, bio-luminescent creatures that produce blue and green light. Continue reading
Unlike the pyramids that stand alone in the desert, the pharaohs of the Ancient Kingdom built three tombs on the Giza plateau and created a real cemetery city with tombs, temples, roads and sidewalks. They buried here not only pharaohs, their wives and servants, but also their closest relatives, as well as courtiers – in short, everyone who wanted to go after their master to the other world in the hope that he would give them life after death (all these people, except the servants, were of noble origin – the road to eternity was closed to the common people forever).What the great pyramids of Giza look like It is not without reason that the Egyptian pyramids in Giza are a real cemetery for aristocrats, where a considerable number of people were buried at one time. And the complex of pyramids in Giza includes: the pyramids of Cheops Khefren and Mikerin; temples leading to them, located at the beginning of the memorial road and in one of which Egyptologists discovered a triad-a unique ancient statue of the Pharaoh Mikerin Continue reading
Fingal’s Cave (Fingal’s Cave) or as it is also called “cave of melodies” is located on the island of Staffa (Staffa), part of the inner Hebrides of Scotland, and located to the West of the island of mull. It fascinates with its whimsical sounds and melodies of nature.
Staffa island itself is very small, about a kilometer long and half a kilometer wide. at its highest point, It rises 46 meters above sea level. The name of Staffa means “island-column”, and the ancient Vikings called it “island of columns”, most of its coast, the total length of which is 2.4 kilometers, consists of basalt cliffs. Continue reading