How to get to the Bahamas. Flights to the Bahamas

The Bahamas Islands are served by two main international airports. The first is that of Nassau on the island of New Providence. While the second is that of the island of Grand Bahama. The most important airport of the Bahamas ...

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How to get to Aruba. Flights to Aruba

The island of Aruba is connected by flights to the rest of the world thanks to an important international airport, the Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA). This airport, which is the main access point that tourists use to get to ...

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Anguilla power plugs and sockets, telephones

ANGUILLA DOCUMENTS Documents: To enter Anguilla, you must have a passport with a residual validity of 6 months when you enter the country. At the entrance to Anguilla it is also necessary to show return tickets. Even children and minors ...

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How to get to Anguilla. Flights to Anguilla

Anguilla Island has a single small airport, Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport (AXA), located in the central-southern area of the island, south of the capital The Valley. This airport is connected by daily flights to several Caribbean islands including Puerto ...

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Antigua and Barbuda power plugs and sockets, telephones

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA DOCUMENTS Documents: A passport with a residual validity of 6 months at the time of entry to the country is required for entry to Antigua and Barbuda. Even children and minors need their own passport. Visa: It ...

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How to get to Antigua and Barbuda. Flights to Antigua

HOW TO GET TO ANTIGUA The two islands of Antigua and Barbuda have a single international airport located on the island of Antigua. It is the V. C. Bird International Airport (ANU). The airport is located in the northern part ...

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The Palmer Archipelago: a group of islands off Antarctica

Port Lockroy, Wiencke Island, Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The Palmer archipelago is a group of mountainous islands located off the northwest coast of the Antarctic Peninsula. The straits of Gerlache and Bismarck separate the archipelago from the coast of the Antarctic continent, which in this area is called ...

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The Danco Coast along the Antarctic Peninsula

Danco Coast, Antarctica. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The Danco Coast is the northwestern section of the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula located between 64 ° and 65 ° South. This stretch of Antarctica coast which is part of Graham Land is bordered to the north by Cape ...

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Antarctic Peninsula: Antarctic Sound and Hope Bay

Hope Bay (Bahía Esperanza), Antarctic Sound, Antarctica. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Antarctic Sound is a body of water located at the northern end of the Antarctic Peninsula at a latitude of about 63 ° south. This arm of ocean separates the Trinity Peninsula from the Joinville, D’Urville, Dundee islands and the ...

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Go to Antarctica: tourism today in Antarctica

The seventh continent, Antarctica, was the last continent on the planet to be discovered and explored by man. In the past, this undiscovered land was described as the “Terra Australis Incognita”. It was thought that there was a huge continent ...

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Climate of the Antarctic Peninsula: when to go to Antarctica

Cape Renard and Una Peaks, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The Antarctic Peninsula is the northernmost section of the Antarctic continent, it extends to a latitude between 63 ° S and 74 ° S, because of this this peninsula has the mildest climate of the entire Antarctic continent. In particular, ...

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The climate of Antarctica: when to go to Antarctica

Icebergs, Antarctica. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

Antarctica is known as the ice continent. The climate of Antarctica is the most inhospitable of planet Earth. In this continent there are no cities or inhabited centers but the only human settlements are scientific bases. Antarctica is on average ...

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The Ngorongoro crater: animal paradise

Located 180 km west of Arusha in Tanzania, the Ngorongoro crater is a large circular caldera. Located in the heart of the Ngorongoro massif in northern Tanzania, in the eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley. This now extinct crater ...

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Mafia Island: an authentic place with little tourism

The island of Mafia is part of the Zanzibar archipelago, an archipelago located along the coast of Tanzania made up of a multitude of small islands and three main islands: Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia. The island of Mafia, which is ...

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The climate of Tanzania: when to go to Tanzania

Tanzania is located just south of the equator, but the equatorial climate affects only small areas at the northern end of the country. Most of Tanzania is mainly affected by a tropical climate with two seasons clearly differentiated according to ...

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Tanzania: imposing volcanoes and vast savannas

Tanzania is an independent state of East Africa, located along the shores of the Indian ocean. This African state was formed in 1964 by the union of the old British colonies of Zanzibar and Tanganyika. The country is historically oriented ...

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The climate of Zanzibar: when to go to Zanzibar

The island of Zanzibar is located about 60 km off the coast of Tanzania, geographically the island is located in the equatorial area, just over 6 ° latitude south of the Equator. The location of the island close to the ...

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Zanzibar: the island of spices and beaches

The island of Zanzibar, also known by the name of Unguja, is the largest island of the archipelago of the same name which is also made up of the other two large islands of Pemba and Mafia and dozens of ...

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Travel to South Africa: an itinerary in spectacular nature

Namaqualand, South Africa. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini..

THE KALAHARI, THE NAMAQUALAND AND THE CEDERBERG <<<< Go back to the itinerary in NAMIBIA Travel to South Africa TRAVEL DIARY IN SOUTH AFRICA ITINERARY OF THE TRAVEL TO SOUTH AFRICA: NORTHERN CAPE August 15 KGALAGADI TRANSFRONTIER PARK (150 km) ...

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Cederberg: spectacular landscape and strange rocks

Cederberg, South Africa. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini...

The mountains and the Cederberg nature reserve are located near Clanwilliam, about 300/250 kilometers north of Cape Town. This mountain range extends in the southern part of South Africa from north to south for about 50 km. The name of ...

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The province of Northern Cape, South Africa

Namaqualand, South Africa. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The Northern Cape is by extension the largest province in South Africa (it is largest than Germany). But with just over a million inhabitants, it is the least populated province in the country. The Northern Cape, whose capital is the ...

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The province of Western Cape, South Africa

Cape Point, Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, Table Mountain National Park, South Africa. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

The Western Cape is a province of South Africa that occupies the southwestern part of the country. This area of the country was the first area in South Africa to be colonized by Europeans. In fact, it was colonized in ...

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Cape Town Penguins: Boulders Beach

Penguins at Foxy Beach, Boulders Beach, Cape Town, South Africa. Autore e Copyright Marco Ramerini

Among the best known attractions of Cape Town there is certainly the penguins beach of Boulders Beach. This beach is located along the east coast of the Cape peninsula, just south of the inhabited center of Simon’s Town. The coast ...

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The climate of Senegal: when to go to Senegal

The climate of Senegal is tropical, differentiated in two seasons based on the rains. During the dry and hot season, which corresponds to the months between November and June, along the coasts, the trade winds blow which bring refreshment. While ...

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Senegal: borderland between the desert and the forest

Senegal is a state of northwestern Africa located along the coast of the Atlantic ocean. Ancient French colony is now an overwhelmingly Muslim state (94%) with a small Christian minority (5%). Almost half of the population is of Wolof ethnicity ...

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Travel to Namibia: Namib and the Fish River Canyon

Namib Desert, Namib-Naukluft, Namibia. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini..

The itinerary of the travel to Namibia and South Africa was designed and prepared several months before leaving. Being our first experience in Southern Africa, we decided to travel in peace by relying on an expert local guide. For the ...

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The climate of Mozambique: when to go to Mozambique

The climate of Mozambique is humid tropical climate in the northern and central areas, tropical altitude climate in the areas close to the border with Zimbabwe, and dry sub-tropical climate in the southern regions. The country has a rather homogeneous ...

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Mozambique: eco-tourism and historical attractions

Mozambique (República de Moçambique) is a presidential republic of south-eastern Africa. The country is located along the east African coast and is washed by the waters of the Indian ocean, its coastline stretches for over 2,300 km. Inland Mozambique is ...

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Rodrigues: a piece of paradise in the Indian Ocean

Rodrigues Island is a small island in the Indian Ocean which is located about 560 km east of the island of Mauritius. The island belongs politically to the Republic of Mauritius and covers a little over 100 sq km. Rodrigues ...

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Climate of Morocco: when to go to Morocco

The climate of Morocco can be divided into four climatic areas. In the north between the Rif mountains and the coast, the climate is Mediterranean. While along the western coast the climate is oceanic. In the mountainous areas of the ...

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