Wild and unpredictable, Peru is a great destination for thrill seekers. The adventure opportunities are so diverse, that you will never get to be bored while on vacation here. Peru is a large country located on the Pacific coast of South America, which includes coastal desert (at cost), rainforests (la Selva) and high mountains (Sierra), each with their own environment. They will offer exceptional opportunities to travel across various landscapes, with abundant wildlife, history and a rich archaeological heritage, as well as the culture of native people, all in a single nation. Fishing villages, beautiful beaches, agricultural lands and major cities are along the coastal belt that stretches on the e...
The grand Amazon... Amazing colours and sounds along with endless perils make it a stunning setting for the venturesome. The Amazon is a river in South America. Its average flow is of 209 000 m³ / s , being higher than all other rivers on the planet: the volume of water transported is equal to that of the six rivers that follow it in the hierarchy. With a length of approximately 6 500 km, it is among the longest rivers on Earth. The Amazon drains an area of 6 950 000 km ² or 40% of South America and the equivalent of one and half times the area of the European Union (the Congo river to the second area of its basin reached only 3.8 million km ²)....
On the world's highest peak, you are invited to apply your greatest survival skills because nature has really prooved to be both generous and sublime here. You will have the time of your life skiing or climbing the mountain. Everest is the highest peak on our planet, with an altitude of 8848 meters and it is part of the Himalayan Mountains. The peak seems to unite with the sky and it is located on the border between China and Nepal. Mountain's Tibetan name, Chomolungma has several equivalents: "Goddess-Mother of the World", "Goddess of Snow Mountains" or "mountain so high that no birds fly over it", the Nepali name Sagarmatha tip is. In 1852 it was measured for the first time and was named Peak XV (peak), 13 years later ...