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Greenland

“When I saw the world always saying Greenland ancient travelers. But why wait until then? Greenland is not a cheap destination, but few places combine such magnificent stage, this clarity of light and power as premium nature. Vast tracts of forest beautiful, unfenced the adventurers unique freedom to wander at will, either on foot, with skis or sled dogs. With virtually no roads, transport is expensive, but wasted in travel Helicopter and boat worth every penny. These. beat you on truly magnificent mountain scenery and glaciers or through some of the world’s most spectacular fjords Greenland also offers a world record, but the charm uncommercialised opportunities for sea kayaking, climbing and fishing salmon.

The largest island in the world has more poor noncontinental world’s population. However, scattered mainly along the west coast of Greenland are photogenic dozens of small villages of wooden houses painted in colors, plus a few small towns and the capital, Nuuk City (Godthab). To the south there is an unattractive sheep farms emerald lawn.

Culturally, the unique blend of Eskimo blood and Danish Greenland has produced a society all their own. This sometimes discordant mixture of ancient and modern combines the seal hunt and dogsled with Carlsberg and kaffemiks. Although it has many underlying social problems, Greenland suffers despicable crime, and visitors with a passionate interest sensitive, but not aggressive local ideas is a fascinating and rich culture under the cover of thickness of the taciturnity of Greenland.
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With a network of constantly improving tourist and comfortable, if unremarkable mini-hotels and hostels, Greenland is no longer the sole reserve of plutocratic cruise passengers. However you travel, you should schedule a wide safety margin for unpredictable weather. Allow enough time to each destination to relax, take the midnight sun, see icebergs explode or be dazzled by the magic of the aurora borealis.

Congo

Often confused with the Democratic Republic of Congo (former Zaire), on the opposite side of the river Congo, Congo (known officially as the Republic of Congo and also sometimes called Congo-Brazzaville) offers a more friendly and less threatening entirely on expanding its neighbor.

Noted for its lowland gorillas and wild chimpanzees (the country has more than 80% of the population), the Congo is characterized by dense rainforest and impenetrable jungle, juxtaposed to a narrow coastal strip that houses a 169 km nascent oil industry. Outside the French capital Brazzaville flavored, attractions include the surf beaches of Pointe-Noire, the whitewater rapids of the Congo River and – at 13, 600 square kilometers, Odzala National Park – one of the most largest and least known of tropical Africa.

Band Wildlife in Congo remains a largely unknown quantity for most foreigners, with little tourist infrastructure and a recent six years of civil conflict, scaring all but the most intrepid travelers. But with a pathway to peace in progress and old feuds and disagreements temporarily – or permanently – forgotten, change flashing tantalizingly on the horizon.
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The greatest asset of the Congo is the Congo. Musicians, cooks, philosophers and table soccer lovers, the inhabitants of this former French colony, without doubt, one of its national exports more attractive. Ignoring adversity and always curious visitors, this is a nation of people eager for a good laugh. Be open and friendly and could be invited to share the joke.

Venezuela

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While other South American countries are romanticized for the tango, Machu Picchu or Carnaval, Venezuela’s international swirls the reputation of all the oil, the brash political style of President Hugo Chavez and the occasional international beauty contest winner. However, there is much more to Venezuela than these typical questions headliner. As a matter of fact, Venezuela is a country of astonishing range and remains a land that is very undervisited by international travelers.

The country claims Andean peaks, the longest stretch of Caribbean coast in a single nation, islands amid tranquil turquoise waters, wetlands filled with caimans, capybaras, piranhas and anacondas, the vapor of the Amazon, and savanna dotted with rolled capped mountains called tepuis. The world’s highest waterfall, Angel Falls (Salto Angel), collapses 979m from the top of a tepui in Canaima National Park. Those seeking adventure will find hiking, snorkeling, diving, kitesurfing, windsurfing, paragliding and more. Even better, most of these sites are within a bus ride one day or a short flight from the other. People interested in culture can revel in the pulsating salsa clubs the capital, Caracas, explore various regional festivals, look for arts and crafts in the bucolic towns of the interior, or make a hit look at some of the world’s best up-and-coming baseball players hit some entries in a local stadium. Chavez himself, and his socialist “Bolivarian revolution” has become a national attraction and have begun to draw spectators, aspiring documentarians and volunteers for the country.

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Kazakhstan

The world’s ninth largest country is one of his last trips to large uncertainties. Although the outside world is becoming aware of Kazakhstan, largely thanks to its oil and the antics of the pseudo-Kazakh Borat Sagdiyev, few have really explored this land of varied attractions.

Easily the most economically advanced of the ‘stans’, post-Soviet Kazakhstan is reinventing itself as a Eurasian nation prosperous and modern one. The commercial and social center of leaf, Almaty, has an almost European, with first class hotels, boutiques, cafes and elegant smooth streets thick with BMW and Mercedes. Astana in the north, is transforming rapidly into a capital Quickfire Century 21 with a unique blend of Islamic architecture, futuristic West, the Soviet Union and crazy. President Nursultan Nazarbayev has ruled Kazakhstan since the Soviet era, does not encourage political opposition, but getting to forge a peaceful and multiethnic nation – making it generally quite popular.

Around the periphery of the great steppes, where people of Kazakhstan, once nomadic, being famous for his skills with horses and equestrian sports only – used to walk, Kazakhstan presents a series of amazing adventures. You can walk on foot or horseback in the spectacular Tian Shan and Altay mountains, watch the flamingos on steppe lakes or discover mysterious underground mosques near the Caspian Sea. Community ecotourism programs in some of the most beautiful areas allow travelers to stay with village families at an affordable cost.
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With passengers still rare here, a foreign guest is usually treated not as a tourist, but with true hospitality and townspeople will be out of their way to help. Enjoy while it lasts!