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Mauritius

Mauritius is a fascinating world-in-one piece of island paradise. Its very name conjures images of tropical luxury and stupendous extravagance. While many destinations famed for cobalt blue seas, white sand beaches and luxury hotels, at some point be found wanting something to do besides sunbathing and swimming, it is often difficult to know what to do next in Mauritius. The island is full of historical sites, cultural diversity, geographic variation and almost limitless activities to distract you from the daily grind of beach and pool. But perhaps its greatest single asset is the quiet charm of its people warm and welcoming.

Travel Ideal Road Trip

Mauritius is the most developed of the Mascarene Islands, but with a little effort and ingenuity you can escape the crowds and find your own plot. The smells, the noise and bustle of the commercial capital of Port Louis, the richest city in Africa, not far away, while the clothing markets in the cities occupied central plateau of four terminals and Curepipe and spectacular forests Black river Gorges National Park is pristine Mauritius belie just another beach destination. But what beaches! From the impressive shell sand lagoons and popular wide public beaches in the picturesque islands off the coast of the country, there’s really something for everyone here. Add to this the joys of Chinese cuisine, Indian, French and African rhythm music enthusiast mowing and infectious party spirit of the premises, and soon understand why Mauritius is really the idea of so many people of paradise on earth.  a fabulous place to stay might be Tyvabro Guesthouse with very cheap rooms ,great place         check http://traveldealsweekend.com  for the latest  – more expensive but also great to stay is the Indian Resort with good value prices and beautiful view and pool

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Namibia

Situated between the Kalahari and the South Atlantic, Namibia has a huge potential as one of the youngest countries in Africa. Besides having an amazing diversity of cultures and national origins, Namibia is a photographer’s dream – which features wild landscapes, rugged mountains, deserts solitary, impressive wildlife, colonial cities and room for maneuver is limited practically illegal.

A predominantly arid country, Namibia can be divided into four main topographical regions: the Namib Desert and the coastal plains in the west, the central plateau to the east, sloping, the Kalahari border with South Africa and Botswana and savannah woodland of the Kavango and Caprivi. Despite its harsh climate, Namibia has some of the largest national parks in the world, ranging from wildlife-rich Etosha National Park in northwestern Namibia, in the dunes and desert plains of the Namib -Naukluft west of Namibia. Windhoek, in the Central Highlands, is the country’s geographical heart and nerve center of trade, with an ethnic mix of people, while surfers and beach lovers will not want to lose Swakopmund.

Namibia is one of those dream places that ask the question whether something so visually orgasmic could actually exist. Time and space are less suitable here. Landscapes collide. The experiences accumulate. View a lion stalking its prey in Etosha endless plain. Fly a giant dune on a sand board. Spend a night alone in the desert under a sky full of stars that can not differentiate between the constellations.

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Etosha National Park, the “Great White Place of Dry Water”, taken at approximately 20, 000 square kilometers around its namesake, the great Etosha Pan and greenish white. This large park protects 114 species of mammals and 340 species of birds, 16 reptiles and amphibians, one fish species and countless insects.