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South Africa – Leopards

South Africa - Leopards We are in the game park of Ngala Lodge on the prowl for Leopards. Leopards are usually nocturnal and very shy animals. They are therefore not easy to observe in the wild. That is probably the reason why the leopard is probably [...]

By |Updated on 25.07.2022|Categories: South Africa|

New Zealand – National Museum

New Zealand - National Museum To get an idea of ​​New Zealand's culture and history, a visit to the National Museum is essential. For the interesting tour of the National Museum you should plan at least 2 hours. At the entrance you can admire artific [...]

By |Updated on 15.08.2019|Categories: New Zealand|

New Zealand – Abel Tasman National Park

New Zealand - Abel Tasman National Park In the Abel Tasman National Park is a 225.3 km ² large area in the north of New Zealand's South Island between the two bays of Golden Bay and Tasman Bay. In this area, the coast is becoming increasingly rugged [...]

By |Updated on 15.08.2019|Categories: New Zealand|

New Zealand – Paparoa National Park

New Zealand - Paparoa National Park The Paparoa National Park is about 300 square kilometers and is located on the west coast of New Zealand's South Island. In the area of ​​the coast, the landscape of Paparoa National Park is dominated by limestone. [...]

By |Updated on 15.08.2019|Categories: New Zealand|

New Zealand – sheep farm

New Zealand - sheep farm In New Zealand, there are fourteen times as many sheep as humans. Although sheep farming is playing an increasingly less important role economically, the animals (especially among the Asian visitors) have long since become a [...]

By |Updated on 15.08.2019|Categories: New Zealand|

New Zealand – Rotorua

New Zealand - Rotorua Around Rotorua there are 4 major thermal springs: Whakarewarewa, Waimangu, Waiotapu and Hell's Gate. Whakarewarewa is probably Rotorua's most active thermal area and here is the geyser Pohutu, which spouts about 20 times a day t [...]

By |Updated on 15.08.2019|Categories: New Zealand|

New Zealand – Kea

New Zealand - Kea A funny native parrot bird of New Zealand is the Kea. The playful Kea is one of the most intelligent birds in the world. In particular, the Kea Parrot loves cars from which he can steal windshield wipers or other rubber parts to avo [...]

By |Updated on 15.08.2019|Categories: New Zealand|

New Zealand – Coromandel

New Zealand - Coromandel The Coromandel Peninsula is east of Auckland, on the other side of the Hauraki Gulf. Coromandel's fascinating history can be seen in the relics of the gold rush era, the logging dams and the ancient pas (fortified villages) o [...]

By |Updated on 15.08.2019|Categories: New Zealand|

South Sea – Bora Bora

South Sea - Bora Bora The only village on Bora Bora is Vaitape. It consists of a small collection of houses, shops and restaurants. Most visitors to the island drive here to go shopping. Bora Bora is small and clear. The island can be covered in 1 1/ [...]

By |Updated on 15.08.2019|Categories: Currently Popular, South Pacific|

South Sea – Bora Bora – II

South Sea - Bora Bora II The name Bora Bora already sounds like a spell. The enchanted landscape of green peaks and glowing lagoons does not seem to be of this world. We have organized a rental car and are on the approximately one and a half hour isl [...]

By |Updated on 15.08.2019|Categories: South Pacific|
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