The Tunnel of Love in Ukraine

Have you ever heard of this beautiful spot, a rather unique tunnel made of plants and known as the Tunnel of Love in Ukraine? This gorgeous tunnel of love is located near a small town in the Rivne region, Klevan, in the eastern part of the country. A three- kilometer railway that in summertime gets entirely covered […] Read More

Between ice and fire: the Blue Lagoon

Iceland is probably the most successful country in the world in terms of utilizing green energy: thanks to its position between two tectonic plates, the American and the Eurasian, the availability of geothermal energy is abundant. At a depth of less than 1km, cold waters both from the sea and the ground mix with the […] Read More

Lake Hillier

Pink lakes: the most beautiful pink-colored lakes in the world

Today we want to show you one of the most spectacular phenomena Nature has to offer: the pink lakes. Pink lakes, aren't they beautiful? They can be found all over the world and are a favorite of landscape and nature photographers due to the truly vivid and unbelievable pink tones their waters can assume. Their pigmentation […] Read More

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Soneva Kiri: a luxury eco-holiday for families

If you thought that luxury could not go with eco-friendly and 6 stars hotel could not match with children, it’s time to think again. Today we want to show you the Soneva Kiri Hotel in the beautiful island of Koh Kood (aka Ko Kut) in Thailand where all this has found a communal denominator. This […] Read More

Yuki-no-Otani, a real snow canyon in Japan

Japan is undoubtedly a very photogenic country. The land of the rising sun is full of beautiful and wide variety of landscapes. But here is another aspect of Japan that is lesser known and we want you to discover it. Japanese mountains, on the island of Honshu, are known for their heavy snows. In winter […] Read More

Derweze, Turkmenistan: Door to Hell

Derweze is a small village located in the Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan. This small village has achieved notoriety in the last few decades due to a very unique reason. It is a sixty feet wide and twenty feet deep burning crater, which smells rather unpleasantly of sulfur. Local people  call it the 'Door of Hell'. This crater […] Read More

Hang Son Doong cave: the biggest cave in the world

The recent discovery of the Han Son Doong cave in Vietnam is a new proof of the wealth of our Earth. Hang Son Doong is exceptional in many ways: it is 9 km long, 200 meters wide and 150 meters high! It’s phenomenal dimensions make it the largest cave in the world: the second largest […] Read More

The cabin in the air: a French holiday living in trees

Do you need a break from the noise of the city, or are you looking for a chance to welcome the sun waking up to the sound of birds and squirrels? Paris will always be our preferred destination in France, but if you are looking for something different, here is a fine option to enjoy […] Read More

Hotel Kakslauttanen in Finland: watching the Aurora Borealis from an ice igloo

If you love nature and spectacular natural phenomena like the Aurora Borealis, a stay at the Hotel Kakslauttanen in Finland can indeed be a dream vacation for you. Here specially structured igloo rooms immersed in the Finnish tundra and ice, offer a view of the fantastic Northern Lights. Hotel Kakslauttanen is located in the Urho […] Read More

Tokelau, an island that wants to be 100% solar-powered

Right in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, a group of tiny islands are preparing to do something quite extraordinary, something innovative that has never been done before. Tokelau, territory of New Zealand is a group of three coral islands that aim to become the first location worldwide to run exclusively on solar energy. With […] Read More