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Amazon River Covering seven million square kilometers and spread across nine countries, the Amazon Pool is rich in spectacular and most unusual species of tropical rainforest on Earth. More than 500 mammals, 175 lizards, more than 300 other reptiles, one third of the birds in the world, and about 30 million insect species compete for survival in the Amazon jungle hills. The livelihood of the tropical forest - the Amazon River - is the largest river in the world.
Halong Bay Countless tourists flock to Vietnam with the sole purpose of visiting the amazing Halong Bay. Approximately 1,900 islands, mostly uninhabited and unaffected by human presence, occupy approximately 1,553 square kilometers of area with stunningly beautiful sea views. Huge caves and numerous lakes found on some islands are another factor that makes Halong Bay one of the most beautiful parts of the world.
Waterfalls Iguazu No words can describe the greatness and beauty of the 275 waterfalls that make up Iguazu. Located on the border between the Brazilian state of Paraná and the Argentinean Misijones, the Iguazu Waterfalls extends over 2,700 meters and is surrounded by two national parks with rare varieties of wildlife. Two sights are available to tourists.
Jeju Island is a Korean pearl Miracles of nature are in Korea. Located next to the south tip of South Korea, Jeju Island - a great choice for hunters in hiking, observing the sunset against the background of the ocean, horseback riding or simply relaxing on the sandy beaches. Although Jeju's tourism is gaining momentum, the island manages to preserve its paradise calm, and many places are kept untouched. The central attraction of Jeju - Hallsan, the highest mountain in South Korea and the inactive volcano, which rises 1,950 meters above sea level. Korean Jewel Jewelry is a real miracle
Komodo National Park Initially created to preserve the local dragon Comodo, the National Park in Indonesia now protects the entire bio diversity of the three largest islands - Commodore, Rinca and Padar, as well as numerous smaller islands with volcanic origin. Rocky slopes, lush vegetation, white beaches and blue waters with coral reefs all fill the tranquil calm of the National Park.
Underground River Puerto Princess Puerto Princess runs through a cave about 50 km north of the city of the same name in the Philippines. Clear, attractive lagoon, surrounded by ancient trees, will lead you to the amazing underground river. Going on an excursion along the 8.2-kilometer navigable river, tourists fall into the dark, ominous kingdom of overwhelming silence and gigantic karst formations. Formed for hundreds of years, significant stalagmites and stalactites are often reminiscent of real objects and creatures.
Cape Town's Table Mountain Table Mountain is a South African symbol and the most recognizable landmark of Cape Town. A mountain with a flat peak with peaks, reaching 1,086 meters above sea level, arose as a result of six million years of erosion. The mountain is noticeable from any point in Cape Town, and from the top it overlooks the incredible Cape Town beaches.