Posts Tagged "Tours"

Galapagos Islands Budget Tour, One Week for $975

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 in Countries, Ecuador | 9 comments

Galapagos Islands Budget Tour, One Week for $975

Summary: Instead of spending all of your budget on an expensive cruise, here are a few tips that will help you plan an affordable trip to the Galapagos. While the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador are known for being extremely expensive, we have figured out a way to enjoy the stunning views and wildlife on the Galapagos Islands on a budget. In this post, we aim to share our experience and design a tour that can be done in one week without breaking your budget—and that allows you to enjoy most of what the Galapagos can offer. Transportation to the Islands ~ $500 by plane You may want to consider buying Lonely Planet Ecuador & the Galapagos Islands (Country Guide) The...

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Sajama Flora, Bolivian Wildlife & Nature, Part 2

Posted by on Mar 1, 2013 in Bolivia, Countries | 2 comments

Sajama Flora, Bolivian Wildlife & Nature, Part 2

Why should people visit the national park at Sajama? What kind of landscapes, vegetation, animals, and climate will you find in Sajama? Here is an overview of this fabulous place that is really worth visiting. The climate The climate in Sajama is warm during the day and freezing during the night. We were there on January (which is summer) and the temperature varied from -5C (23F) during the night to 20C (68F) during the day. The weather is very dry. The landscape Sajama is in the mountains, surrounded by volcanoes. Nevado Sajama is the highest mountain in Bolivia, so the landscape is terrific! Plus, with the weather changing during the day, you have different lighting...

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Cairo’s Top Ten Attractions

Posted by on Feb 25, 2013 in Countries, Egypt | Comments Off on Cairo’s Top Ten Attractions

Cairo’s Top Ten Attractions

Have you ever wondered what there is to do in Cairo? This post is designed to help you plan your trip while visiting the great city of Cairo. Cairo is a very big city of almost 26 million inhabitants. There are of course a lot of things to do there, as several historic eras have been based in the region, from the Pharaonic to the Roman to the Islamic and lastly this modern period. Here is a list of the top ten attractions to visit while in Cairo. This would take from three days to one week if you want to see everything, as two/three sites per day is quite enough, considering Cairo’s traffic and the distance between the attractions. You may want to consider buying Lonely...

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Sajama Fauna, Bolivian Wildlife & Nature, Part 1

Posted by on Feb 15, 2013 in Bolivia, Countries | 0 comments

Sajama Fauna, Bolivian Wildlife & Nature, Part 1

Sajama is the oldest Bolivian national park. Although it is a protected area, you can’t see as many wild animals as in the pampas. However, fauna is still sometimes surprising there. Nothing tells a story better than a photograph, so instead of describing our experience at Sajama National Park and what we saw, we’ll let our photos do the talking and showcase all the spectacular Bolivian wildlife in this old park. But also: Sajama is really the best place to see llamas, as hundreds of them are living in the park. Of course, they’re not wild animals, but they are really cute! There are some lagoons a 20-minute drive from the village where you can see...

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Pampas Fauna, Bolivian Wildlife & Nature Part 3

Posted by on Feb 14, 2013 in Bolivia, Countries | 0 comments

Pampas Fauna, Bolivian Wildlife & Nature Part 3

Here is an overview of what kind of animals and birds you can expect to see in the Bolivian pampas. I must say that the three days we took in the pampas were really worth, I’ve never seen such a big amount of different beautiful animals in their habitat in such a small time. Here are the photos: We shouldn’t forget the incredible Pink Dolphins but it is very difficult to take photos as they barely get out of the water, they come nevertheless very close to the boat.

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