Argentina climate: when to go to Argentina

Because of the great extension from north to south of Argentina, and the different elevations of the various regions of the country, Argentina has several types of climate. Most of the country has temperate climate, while the far north has ...

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Argentina: pastures, mountains and glaciers

Argentina (República Argentina/Argentine Republic) is a federal presidential republic situated between the Tropic of Capricorn and 55° latitude south. It extends in the north-south direction for about 3,700 km in the southern part of South America. It is washed to ...

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Afghanistan tourist attractions: what to see

Afghanistan is a country rich in traditions, history and natural beauty. There are mainly green valleys and rugged desert plateaus, majestic mountains and desert plains. Afghanistan also retains interesting vestiges of ancient civilizations. And finally, the town is characterized by ...

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Afghanistan: mountains and ancient traditions

Afghanistan (Da Afghānestān Jomhūriyāt) is an Islamic presidential republic of Central Asia, with the capital Kabul. The country is bordered to the north with Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, to the west with Iran, to the south and east with Pakistan, ...

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Venezuela climate: when to go to Venezuela

Venezuela’s climate varies a lot in relation to the altitude, the country presents a variety of climates ranging from tropical wet to the alpine. The temperature does not vary much, but the factor that causes the difference between the types ...

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Venezuela: Andes, waterfalls, llanos and Caribbean beaches

Venezuela (República Bolivariana de Venezuela/Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela) is a federal presidential republic located north of the equator in the northern part of South America. It is washed to the north by the Caribbean Sea and it borders to the ...

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Savaii: island with a genuine Polynesian atmosphere

The island of Savaii (1,709 sq km (659 sq mi)) is the biggest island of the Samoan Archipelago, it lies just 20 km northwest of Upolu across the Apolima Strait in the Pacific Ocean. The island is of volcanic origin ...

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Upolu: waterfalls, beaches and tropical vegetation

The island of Upolu (1,125 sq km (434 sq mi)) is the most important island of Samoa, although the largest island is that of Savaii, Upolu is also the most populated with 140,000 inhabitants. Along the north coast of the ...

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Samoa tourist attractions: what to see in Samoa

An independent state since 1962, Samoa has succeeded in proudly preserving its age old Polynesian culture and the village lifestyle of its people, like a living history book opening up in front of the visitor. Samoa is a truly rare ...

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Samoa climate: when to go to Samoa

The islands of Samoa are located a few degrees south of the equator so their climate is tropical equatorial. The main features of the climate of the Samoa islands is the little difference in the temperatures of the various seasons, ...

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Samoa: the most authentic Polynesia

Samoa Islands (Malo Sa’oloto Tuto’atasi o Samoa), previously known as Western Samoa, are located in the South Pacific (Polynesia) between the islands of Tonga, American Samoa, Tokelau and the Wallis and Futuna Islands, are governed by a constitutional monarchy. The ...

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Pitcairn: the island of the Bounty mutineers

Pitcairn Island, located in the South Pacific, just south of the Tropic of Capricorn, is a British colony made up of 4 islands, Pitcairn (4.6 sq km), Ducie (0.7 sq km), Henderson (37, 3 sq km) and Oeno (0.65 sq ...

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Tokelau: atolls in the seas of Samoa

Tokelau Islands, known in the past as the Union Islands are a group of three coral atolls located north of the Samoa Islands and south of Kiribati, about 10° south of the equator. Tokelau is a dependent territory of New ...

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Solomon Islands: equatorial forests and volcanoes

The Solomon Islands are a group of islands in the southwest Pacific ocean located a few degrees south of the equator, the islands are part of the so-called Melanesia. Formed by about ten major islands, all of volcanic origin Solomon ...

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Tonga climate: when to go to Tonga

Tonga islands climate is tropical maritime. The climate of the islands can be easily divided into two distinct seasons: a cooler and less rainy season between May and November, and a warmer and rainy season between December and April. In the capital ...

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Tonga: the Friendly islands of Captain Cook

The Islands Tonga (Pule’anga Tonga), are a group of tropical islands located in the South Pacific (Polynesia) between Fiji, Samoa and the Cook Islands, is a constitutional monarchy associated with the British Commonwealth. The islands – inhabited by a Polynesian population ...

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Tuvalu: traditional customs and traditions of Polynesia

The Islands Tuvalu, known in colonial times as the Ellice Islands, is a small parliamentary monarchy associated with the British Commonwealth. Tuvalu is one of the smallest state entities in the world, is located in fourth place for smaller surface ...

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Papua New Guinea: forests, mountains, islands and tribal traditions

Papua New Guinea (Papua Niugini) is a parliamentary monarchy associated with the British Commonwealth, located south of the equator, in the south-west Pacific, east of Indonesia and north of Australia from which is separated by the Strait of Torres, it’s ...

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Palau: the spectacular Rock Islands

The Palau Islands (Republic of Palau, Beluu er a Belau) are a small island republic located in the Pacific Ocean, just north of the equator, at about 800 km east of the Philippines. The Republic of Palau is divided into 16 ...

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Vanuatu: volcanic islands with populations with primitive traditions

Vanuatu Islands (Ripablik blong Vanuatu; Republic of Vanuatu; République de Vanuatu), previously known as New Hebrides, is a republic located in the Western Pacific Ocean (Melanesia), south of the equator, between the islands of Fiji, the Solomons and New Caledonia, ...

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Wallis and Futuna: islands with an authentic Polynesian folklore

The islands of Wallis and Futuna (Wallis-et-Futuna; Uvea mo Futuna) is a French overseas collectivity of the Pacific Ocean located south west of the Samoa Islands and north-east of Fiji. The territory consists of two groups of volcanic islands (Wallis ...

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Niue: a raised coral atoll

Niue is a raised coral atoll, among the largest in the world (260 sq km), located in the South Pacific east of Tonga, south of Samoa and west of the Cook Islands, is a territory freely associated with New Zealand. ...

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New Zealand travel insurance, health insurance, documents, sockets, mobile phones

NEW ZEALAND DOCUMENTS Documents: For entry into New Zealand you must be in possession of a passport valid for three months beyond the date of return, a return air ticket and a sufficient amount of currency or a credit card. ...

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New Zealand climate: when to go to New Zealand

The climate of New Zealand is a maritime climate and it varies between sub-tropical climate in the far north to cool temperate climate of the south of the country. The climate is influenced by sea and the mountains and can ...

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New Zealand: a spectacular nature and millions of sheep

New Zealand (New Zealand, Aotearoa) is a parliamentary monarchy associated with the British Commonwealth. New Zealand is located in the South Pacific, about 1,600 km south-east of Australia, it’s an archipelago formed mainly by two large islands, North Island (117,777 ...

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Isle of Pines: the closest island to Paradise

Kanumera, Isle of Pines, New Caledonia. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The Isle of Pines (1840 inhabitants) is a small island (152 square kilometers) located 150 km south-west of Grande Terre in New Caledonia. The main town on the island is the village of Vao located in the south of the ...

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How to get to New Caledonia: flights to New Caledonia

FLIGHTS: International Flights: Arriving in New Caledonia is a long journey from Europe are about 20,000 km, which generally requires, included flights and airports stops, about 22-25 hours by plane. From the west coast of the United States are about ...

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New Caledonia climate: when to go to New Caledonia

Luengoni, Lifou, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

New Caledonia, is located just north of the Tropic of Capricorn, it benefits from a relatively temperate climate affected by trade winds and divided in four distinct seasons. The hot season is the one that goes from December to March, ...

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New Caledonia: mines and pristine beaches

Bac de l'Ouaieme, Grande Terre, New Caledonia. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

New Caledonia (Nouvelle-Calédonie) is a French “sui generis” community, located in the region of Melanesia in the southwest Pacific just north of the Tropic of Capricorn, about 1 500 km from the coast of Australia and 2,000 km northeast of ...

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Nauru: the island of phosphate

Nauru (Republic of Nauru; Naoero) is a Pacific atoll, located in Micronesia, in the central Pacific Ocean, almost along the equator line, west of the Gilbert Islands (Kiribati) and north-east of the Solomon Islands, it is an independent republic within ...

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