Located in East Africa, Zanzibar (Tanzania) is considered one of the most picturesque archipelagos of the Indian Ocean. The ancient stone city is recognized as a UNESCO heritage. For over 1000 years, it has served as the crossroads of Asian, African and European cultures. One of the best ways to explore these places is to travel on a traditional Dhow boat (Arabic sailboat).
Best Sailing Sites – Zanzibar, Tanzania
On your travel itinerary, you should definitely take the opportunity to snorkel in the local waters – this is truly an exciting water adventure. In addition, you can book a diving safari in Zanzibar, which will allow you to visit the most interesting places for diving within a few days. Continue reading
The small island of Mauritius is a tourist pearl hidden in the middle of the Indian Ocean. The Big Island is the heart of two archipelagos: Maskarensky and Kagados-Karakhosky.
The local nature boasts exquisite beauty and grace, and the charm of the underwater world is simply impossible to describe. Tourists, fans of visiting weddings, couples celebrating holidays in a beautiful atmosphere, people who love splashing in clear water and preferring good water activities constantly flock to Mauritius.
Dissecting the waters of the Indian Ocean
Surrounded by ocean waters, the island of Mauritius has an active holiday in the water and sports associated with water. Continue reading
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. Continue reading