23 7 / 2014

Kaieteur Falls is a very large waterfall which lays on the  Potaro River,  Kaieteur National Park in Guyana (not to be confuse with Ghana which is in Africa). Kaieteur Falls drop from a staggering height of 225 meters (more than 4 times the height of Niagara  falls). These falls are not the tallest in the world but the joining of  the water volume & the height of the drop – together these…

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16 7 / 2014

Tinuy-an Falls is a very popular tourist destination near Bislig City. The waterfall are not too far from Bislig  bay (province of Surigao del Sur, Mindanao, The southernmost island of the Philippines).   Tinuy-an Fall is about 4 hours ride on a rough road from the nearest airport, it’s not too far from The Enchanted River– though it is not recommended to squeeze both  into one day, enjoy the…

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07 7 / 2014

03 7 / 2014

Landwasser Viaduct is a bridge for trains (a.k.a Viaduct) stretching high up (65 meters) above the Landwasser River, between the towns of Filisur & Schmitten, eastern Switzerland.  Landwasser Viaduct was built in 1901/2 by the Rhaetian Railway, which owns it to this day! (2014) . The Viaduct is considered as a World Heritage Site, and there is a hike trail that can lead you to great photo-op…

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27 6 / 2014

El Caminito del Rey, Spain

El Caminito del Rey (English: the King’s pathway) is situated  in El Chorro gorge, near Malaga, Spain. El Caminito del Rey is an amazing adventure walking along an old and forgotten pathway which most parts can collapse in any given time. The adventure seams more thrilling especially crossing the parts where the path has completely worn away. Unfortunately it’s now being totally rebuilt to make…

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23 6 / 2014

Slip-N-Slide Leads off a Cliff

YouTube Star Devin Graham - (also known as Devin Super Tramp) just released a video where the Slip-N-Slide Leads off a 15 meter tall Cliff, it was shot around 

21 6 / 2014

Glow sticks in waterfalls

Kris Abildgaard and Sean Lenz are two California-based artists & photographers (you can visit their website here: From the Lenz). Kris and Sean had a great idea and just like all great ideas it is a very simple idea, the idea includes a camera, a waterfall and just a few glow sticks. The result ? Some say it looks like an underwater-nocturnal-rainbow, others say it looks like an experiment…

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14 6 / 2014

Great Blue Hole, Belize

There are several big “Blue Holes” all around the world but the Great Blue Hole of Belize is probably the most impressive of them all. The hole is a submerged sinkhole, it has a terrifying 125 meters vertical drop to the bottom of the Atlantic ocean. The blue hole is located in the middle of the Lighthouse Reef, situated about 65 kilometers to the east of Belize City’s shoreline. The…

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12 6 / 2014

Shrine of Hilal ibn Ali, Iran

The Shrine of Hilal ibn Ali (also known as Imam zadeh Mohammad Al Awsat) is a mausoleum in Aran va Bidgol (a village located about 15 kilometers north west of the city of Kashan) Situated in Mid North Iran.

Hilal ibn Ali is believed to be buried in this holy Shrine. Just outside the mosque are graves of martyrs died during the war Iran fought against Iraq (1980- 1988).   The Shrine of Hilal ibn…

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05 6 / 2014

“Supertree Grove” is a part of a park called Gardens by the Bay (Singapore). Gardens by the Bay sits on a strip of newly reclaimed land (in Singapore there is always a shortage of land and reclaiming ocean parts and filling them up with soil and concrete is a relatively a common thing). The Supertrees themselves are man made giant fake-trees covered with real vegetation the Supertree Grove is…

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