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Secluded Puerto Vallarta: Beaches And Waterfalls

Los Arcos Marine Park

It is easy to know why Puerto Vallarta is one of Mexico's most popular resort destinations. The surrounding area is composed of both dazzling sandy beaches and lush palm-covered mountains. However, let's find out where to go to avoid the crowds. Colomitos Beach The most isolated beaches are West of Boca de Tomatlán.

Utah And Arizona Road Trip: 8 Days Itinerary

One Of Canyonland's Best Treks!

The Southwest of United States has all the ingredients for an epic road trip. The following itinerary will take you through the best of Utah and Arizona. Be ready to experience the ultimate Wild West Road Trip. Day 1: Las Vegas Hoover Dam. Sleeping in Las Vegas. I'll be completely honest with you:

Chepe Train: Across Mexico’s Copper Canyon

Copper Canyon Views

Chepe Train Stop At Divisadero The Copper Canyon (Barrancas del Cobre in Spanish) is a nature lover's paradise. You will not only witness some of the world's deepest canyons, but you can ride through them on one of the greatest and last Latin America's passenger rides, the Chepe Train. Located it the

Torres Del Paine: Trek Guide & Information

Torres del Paine Chile Patagonia

Torres del Paine, Magallanes y Antártida Chilena, Chile. A treasure of nature, one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Torres del Paine National Park is a unique trek destination. This guide will take you through magninificent fiords, glaciers and cliffs; the Magallanico forest and the Patagonian steppe. About Torres Del Paine

Balandra Beach: The Desert Meeting The Sea

Balandra Beach, Baja California Sur, Mexico. White sandy, secluded, quite and clean. Balandra beach is one-of-a-kind. Explore the surrounding unique rock formations. Without doubt, one of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico. What To Do & Explore "Mushroom rock". A ten minutes walk north from the main beach. It's a reconstruction from

Bay of Fires, Tasmania, AUSTRALIA

Bay of Fires, Tasmania, Australia Discover a glorious combination of white beaches, blue water and orange color granite (produced by a lichen). It’s located on the northeastern coast of Tasmania Island. The name Bay of Fires was given by captain Tobias Furneaux, when he saw the fires of aboriginal people there.