Uttamanusorn Bridge (Uttama Memorial Bridge) or commonly known as Mon Bridge and Wooden Mon Bridge is a wooden footbridge in Tambon Nong Lu that spans the Songaria River. Uttamanusorn Bridge is the longest wooden bridge in
Bridal Veil Falls is a 1,328-foot (405 m) waterfall that flows from Lake Serene directly to the South Fork Skykomish River on the creek of the same name in the U.S. state of Washington. It is a perennial 150-foot (46 m) wide drop with
Wauconda Pass (el. 4310 ft./1314 m.) is a high mountain pass in the state of Washington, east of the town of Wauconda. It is traversed by State Route 20. The pass is 27.19km (16.9 miles) long, running from Wauconda (in Okanogan County) towards Republic (a city in Ferry County).
Cueva del Agua ('Water Cave’) is a natural cave at 1.748m (5,734ft). The tough climding road, starts at Collado del Torreón (Camino a Iznalloz) close to town of Deifontes, is 6km facing gradient of 9%, in places 10%, right in the heart of Sierra Arana/Sierra Harana rango. The cave is also known as Cueva de la Sabina or Cueva del Asno or Cueva de Deifontes, is unpaved and really tough. A classical one between cyclists. Unfortunately the entrance to Cueva del Agua is closed due to previous acts of vandalism. It can be visited by making an appointment at the Deifontes town hall and with a guide service. The summit hosts a natural viewpoint called Mirador Cañada Larga, with stunning views. Best visited in winter and spring, when the high mountains around are capped with snow.
Next to the quiet town of Potrero, Penca Beach or Playa Penca is quiet and serene. This beach is located north of the Pacific coast of Guanacaste , surrounded by rocky hills, tropical vegetation and a great diversity of wildlife. It is known for its
Dantita Beach or Playa Dantita is very close to the village of Las Catalinas in Guanacaste region. Described as a "Costa Rican paradise, made to order for travellers", this coastal resort town has gained international acclaim for its small-town
The Lower Zambezi National Park lies on the north bank of the Zambezi River. Until 1983 when the area was declared a national park, the area was the private game reserve of Zambia's president. This has resulted in the park being
Five kms down the Kalungwishi river from the Lumangwe Falls you’ll find this group of three powerful cascades, each spilling into the next. The Falls are a revered shrine for the local people. Many frogs are seen here which locals say they are
Victoria Falls, or Mosi-oa-Tunya (the Smoke that Thunders), is a waterfall and UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Zambezi River at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. While it is neither the highest nor the widest waterfall in the world, it is