Coconut Island
Isla del Coco or Cocos is a tropical island of volcanic origin, geographically owned by Costa Rica and distant from it by almost 600 km. It is one of the…

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Waitomo Caves
Who would have thought that under the earth there could be a sky strewn with millions of stars ... And this, after all, is reality! It is enough to visit…

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Sailing spots (part 1)
Freedom is just one of the many reasons why sailing is especially attractive. It is the freedom of sailing that gives a pleasant realization that everything is possible. You can…

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Rest on Baikal in the winter

Winter Baikal gives tourists ski slopes, snowmobile rides and dog sledding, snowkiting and snowboarding. Winter fishing on Lake Baikal gathers fans of ice fishing for the annual March tournament. Baikal ice is another local phenomenon. Its transparency allows the underwater flora to receive sunlight even in winter.

Winter holidays on Baikal

Fantastic forms of ice, created at the whim of nature, amaze the imagination, and a mystery such as hollow “ice hills” 5-6 meters high still has not been explained by scientists. Another oddity is the giant dark rings (5-7 km) on the ice of Lake Baikal. Satellite photos record their formation in different parts of the lake. The exact mechanism for the appearance of mysterious rings was also not found.

Lake Baikal in winter

Mysteries of Baikal
All of the above does not reveal the full picture of the wonderful land. The story of its sights and riddles can be continued with stories about the remains of dinosaurs found by archaeologists near Lake Baikal, and mammoths that once lived on its shores.

Legends of Lake Baikal

About earthquakes, one of which hid a piece of land under water, forming a new bay, and strange optical phenomena above the surface of the lake. About unidentified objects that regularly appear in the Baikal sky, and three-meter humanoids found in the water column. And also about many phenomena that do not fit into the framework of human understanding, because Baikal is always different, always dissimilar, always new and always incomprehensible.

Modernity of the sea route connecting the oceans
Cape Horn always created difficulties for navigation, and before the Panama Canal appeared, it was the only accessible transport artery connecting the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Cape Horn and modern…

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Cave and Lake Melissani
Melissani Cave is one of the most attractive natural attractions of the picturesque Greek island of Kefalonia, which is certainly worth a visit while traveling on a yacht in Greece.…

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UK Lighthouses
“Rule, Britain, by the seas” - an old patriotic song reminds the world of the times when Great Britain was a great naval power with an impressive fleet. The serious…

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Houseboats in Amsterdam
The canals of Amsterdam have long become an integral part of its urban landscape. They, like roads, encircle the city with a dense network, creating an indescribable atmosphere. While traveling…

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