Welcome to the fascinating world of underwater waterfalls in Mauritius! An island nation known for its rich cultural heritage, pristine beaches, and turquoise waters, Mauritius has a lot to offer to travelers. And if you’re someone who loves exploring nature’s hidden gems, you’re in for a treat. Mauritius is home to one of the most fascinating natural wonders that will leave you awestruck – the underwater waterfall. Yes, you heard that right – an underwater waterfall! This magical creation of nature is a visual delight you can’t miss. So, pack your bags, grab your snorkeling gear, and get ready to explore the mesmerizing beauty of Mauritius’s underwater world. In this article, we’ll take you on a journey to discover the hidden wonders of underwater waterfalls in Mauritius. Ready to dive in? Let’s go! Continue Reading
Planning camping with your motorhome? Do you think Google Maps will be enough as your navigation support? Think twice before saying yes. Spoiler alert – Google Maps are not suitable for motorhome camping. You will have to choose a satellite navigation (sat nav) system to keep your holiday undisrupted. There is plenty of sat navs in the market. Picking the best motorhome sat nav among all of them is a big task. However, before you embark on this herculean task you need to make sure you have your insurance at hand. So find a motorhome insurance policy for this year before embarking on this adventure.
There’s nothing like the vast emptiness of the desert, the stark, icy beauty of a glacier field, or the dawn chorus of the rainforest to make our little human problems seem small and insignificant. Experiencing any true wilderness reminds us that the struggle to survive is very real for the other species we share this planet with, and getting out there to take it all in can do wonders for the soul. And with these luxury nature experiences, you don’t even have to sacrifice (all) the creature comforts of home to do so! Continue Reading
The Kings Canyon National Park in the central Sierra Nevada is in a remote location. This aspect makes it more charming and less spoiled than other popular national parks. You are surrounded by mountains with deep glaciers and gorges, countless lakes, rushing waterfalls, expansive green fields and more than 20 peaks, all 13,000 feet high. There are also six giant redwood groves in the south of the park that the park shares with Sequoia National Park. Both are under the same administration and have a similar terrain. The only point of distinction is that the Sequoia National Park has more numbers of huge trees. Continue Reading
Southwest of Los Angeles is Santa Catalina, one of the Channel Islands. This rocky island is about 22 miles long and 8 miles wide. With its beautiful beaches, the island is full of adventure, sports and holiday attractions. At the top of this list of activities are water sports. There is a lot for lovers of swimming at sea, snorkeling or water skiing. The island of Santa Catalina, which divides into two areas called Avalon and two ports, is a dream destination for sea lovers.
Some water sports to make your trip here unforgettable are:
One place to dive freely is the Lovers Cove in Avalon. The underwater journey between the colorful sea life has caught you prisoner. If you also want a guided tour, head to Two Harbors on the isthmus of the island where you will have easy access to one of the best dive sites in the world. For clean, clear water with a visibility of 40 to 100 feet, the site was described as “the healthiest marine environment in the world.” With rental equipment as well as guides and instructors, snorkelling becomes unforgettable.
This activity involves speed, fun and excitement that will get you into adrenaline. To take a jet ski, you must start from the green pier at Avalon Harbor and be transported to the Jet Ski Barge. From the houseboat you can jet ski with lifejackets and instructions to the sea.
A highlight of the island of Santa Catalina for tourists is parasailing. Parasailing boats on the water of the ocean are a common sight here with thousands of people doing this adventure. Parasailing takes them about 800 meters above the sea, where they can float from the colorful parasailing while watching the sea and the island below. If you are lucky enough to see the dolphins as well.
Tourists will find stand-up paddle boards, a great way to experience the wonders of Catalina’s beautiful locations such as Avalon Harbor, Casino Point and Lover’s Cove. Paddle boarding is a relatively easy way to enjoy the sun by the sea and also enjoy underwater views.
Santa Catalina has exotic places to surf like Shark Harbor and Ben Weston. Surfers enjoy riding on the calm waves of the sea, where many of them settle.
Santa Catalina also offers a variety of water adventures in organized tours. Ocean Runner Dolphin Tour, Flying Fish Boat Tours and Glass Bottom Boat Trips are the ones you should definitely look for.