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Laos

After years of war and isolation, the most pristine environment in Southeast Asia, intact cultures and quite possibly those most chill-out on the land means the destination Laos is fast earning cult status among travelers. Is developing rapidly, but still has a lot of tradition that has sadly disappeared elsewhere in the region. Village life is refreshingly simple, and even in Vientiane, it is hard to believe this sort of languid riverfront life exists in a national capital. Then, of course, is the historic royal city of Luang Prabang, where watching as hundreds of saffron-robed monks move silently among centuries the monasteries is as romantic as a scene that you will experience anywhere in Asia.

Away from the cities, there is more to be seen, the Plain of Jars in Xieng Khuang province, the forested mountains of northern Laos, the gothic limestone karsts around the backpacker shelter Vieng Vang and the Deep South, more beyond the market area Pakse, is Si Phan Don (Four Thousand Islands), where the mighty Mekong river spreads and all hammocks are made.

The wilderness of Laos is attracting travelers in search of nature, adventure, or both. Kayaking, rafting, climbing and biking are available, but the community-based trekking is popular because it combines spectacular natural attractions with the opportunity to experience the “real-Laos” with a family home town – while spending your money where most needed.
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There is undoubtedly a tourist route that grows in Laos, but that just means that there are plenty of ways of Route 13 where you can make your own way. After all, half the fun of traveling here is on the same trip – the people you know, seats share chickens, and retakes Wrong Lao-Lao drinking with family smiling down the road less traveled.

Gabon

In Gabon, it might just be in a runway full of goats, dodging forest elephants walk home from the bar, or wandering in a crudely painted dancers celebrating that goes back hundreds of years. Outside Libreville westernized, almost everything is so accessible in Gabon, which has just been recently are already off the beaten path and in the midst of a whole new world. And if by chance you are traveling with a 4WD, mechanical, cash to burn and a French dictionary, which is required to have the adventure of a lifetime. Explore this land is not a walk in a national park. The lack of infrastructure and transport will take you on long trips and bumpy, and practically costs 20 dollars just by breathing the air in the dazzling capital, Libreville.

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But you’ll be amazed at what is shaping up to be the next best African ecotourism destination. With the appointment of President El Hadj Omar Bongo, of no less than 10% of the country’s land as national parks, closing down the carpenters and miners and their openness to travelers, conservationists and ecotourists – Now possible to explore endless white sand beaches, the primacy full of tropical rainforests, rolling plains and estuaries. Probably the most beautiful country parks, Loango National Park is located on the south coast of Gabon, and is recognized by – catch! – Surf hippos. The forests of Gabon are the East, where Ivindo National Park, with its own elephant camp residents and ecological and gorillas.
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Fans of nature and wildlife will not be disappointed: long hours of walking will be rewarded with the sight of wild creatures in their own pristine environment. The experience will transport you to a time when Mother Earth – not humans – reigned in the country.