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September 19th, 2018 in Travel spots
Rent a pocket wifi for Peru

Enjoy 4G pocket wifi everywhere in Peru, just for 6,99 € per day. Connect up to 5 devices and avoid roaming fees. Easy delivery and return!

Wifivox it’s a pocket-sized device that provides wireless Internet access wherever you go in Peru. You can even share your connection with your family and friends since you can connect up to 5 devices simultaneously. You will enjoy 500 MB of daily data at maximum speed with your own secured portable pocket wifi unit. Once you reach the limit, speed will be reduced until the next day when you will be able to surf at maximum speed again. We also have available in Peru a 1 Gb/day data plan for 9,99 € per day.

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Enjoy Peru to the fullest visiting its main attractions!

Peru is one of the most popular countries to visit in South America, where we will find Inca ruins, historic cities, the wild nature of the Amazon, incredible landscapes of valleys, deserts and beaches, along with one of the best gastronomies in the world, with ceviche as Star dish, which will make this trip exceed all your expectations.

Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas and one of the seven wonders of the world, is the most important place to visit in Peru. This ancient Inca citadel, remained for centuries hidden among mountains and thick vegetation.
Cuzco, declared a World Heritage Site, is one of the most beautiful cities in America. This old capital of the Inca Empire conserves very few buildings of this epoch, although in some of the colonial buildings you will be able to see Inca remains on its walls.
The Armas Square is the epicenter of the city, its cathedral is the highlight.
Iquito is a must to include in your journey, you can also include entering the Peruvian Amazon and cross the jungle from Iquitos or Puerto Maldonado.

Visit the Valley of the Colca and get to observe the flight of its most famous bird, the condor.
Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, this immense lake is one of the most essential places to see in Peru.
Do not forget to try Peruvian food, famous all over the world, it has multiple and delicious typical dishes.

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Check out the following useful facts before visiting Peru:

Average temperature and rainfall

Peruvian Tipping etiquette:
Tipping in Peru is relatively common. The average tip in most service establishments is around 10% if not already included in the bill, and up to 15% in high-end restaurants. One may give a small, additional tip if the service was exceptional. Most tour guides and taxi drivers will expect a 5-10% tip or round up.

Currency: Peruvian sol

TOP 3 Places to see in Peru:

1. Machu Picchu
2. Larco Museum
3. Cusco Historic Center

Voltage: 220 V

Languages:
Spanish
Quechua
Aymara

Health:
Zika outbreaks have been reported. It may cause birth defects so pregnant women should avoid visiting the country.

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September 19th, 2018 in Travel spots
Rent a pocket wifi for New Zealand

Enjoy 4G pocket wifi everywhere in New Zealand, just for 6,99 € per day. Connect up to 5 devices and avoid roaming fees. Easy delivery and return!

Wifivox it’s a pocket-sized device that provides wireless Internet access wherever you go in New Zealand. You can even share your connection with your family and friends since you can connect up to 5 devices simultaneously. In New Zealand you will enjoy 500 MB per day at maximum speed. Once you reach the limit, speed will be reduced until the next day when you will be able to surf at maximum speed again. We also have available in New Zealand a 1 Gb/day data plan for 8,99 € per day.

Avoid surprises with our flat fee of 6,99 € per day! You can order your Wifivox now for your New Zealand trip in https://wifivox.com/new-zealand/

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New Zealand, country of endemic fauna and flora, impressive landscapes and warm and welcoming people.
If there is something that has helped position New Zealand as one of the most popular tourist destinations, is the fact that the trilogy of The Lord of the Rings was filmed in this country.
One of the most emblematic locations of the saga is Hobbiton, a town of small houses carved into the green hills of a mountain.
Tongariro National Park offers an extraordinary and unique landscape with turquoise lakes, hot springs and snowy peaks volcanoes. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco not only for its landscapes of exceptional beauty but also for the Maori cultural elements it treasures.

The Waitomo caves are not like a conventional cave… these caves have a very spectacular peculiarity, they are luminescent!
Well, not really, it is not that the caves themselves are luminous, this luminosity is owed to the luminous Arachnocampa, or “the glowworm” of New Zealand. It is a small species of mosquito that emits a small glow.
Wellington is the capital of New Zealand and an essential stop on your trip across this country. It is a young, multicultural city with a lot of life.
Do not miss the Te Papa National Museum, possibly one of the most interesting in the world, no excuses because the admission to this museum is free

Milford Sound, also known as Piopiotahi is a fjord located in the southwest of the South Island and its beauty is indescribable, in fact, many consider it the eighth wonder of the world.
The Kahurangi National Park is the second largest in New Zealand, but not only its extension is striking as it is a place with superb nature. You’ll be able to do sport activities such as climbing, rafting, canyon descents or hiking.

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Check out the following useful facts before visiting New Zealand:

Average temperature and rainfall

New Zealand Tipping etiquette:
Tipping in New Zealand isn’t mandatory. The staff in the hospitality sector enjoys good wages and thus, they won’t expect extra tips unless the service was exceptional or the establishment in question is luxurious. Tipping tour guides and taxi drivers isn’t mandatory either but a round up will be appreciated.

Currency: NZ dollar

TOP 3 Places to see in New Zealand:

1. Wanaka Lake
2. Milford Sound
3. War Memorial

Voltage: 230 V

Languages:
English
Maori

Health:
There is no especial vaccine required to travel to New Zealand as long as you are up-to-date on routine vaccines.

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September 19th, 2018 in Travel spots
Rent a pocket wifi for Nepal

Enjoy 4G pocket wifi everywhere in Nepal, just for 6,99 € per day. Connect up to 5 devices and avoid roaming fees. Easy delivery and return!

Wifivox it’s a pocket-sized device that provides wireless Internet access wherever you go in Nepal. You can even share your connection with your family and friends since you can connect up to 5 devices simultaneously.
In Nepal you will enjoy 500 MB per day at maximum speed. Once you reach the limit, speed will be reduced until the next day when you will be able to surf at maximum speed again. We also have available in Nepal a 1 Gb/day data plan for 7.99 € per day or a 2 Gb/day data plan for 9.99 € per day.

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Nepal is a paradise for mountaineering and hiking lovers, within its borders we can find 8 of the 10 highest peaks in the world. Although climbing to the top of Everest is within reach of a few, reaching its central base is easier.
It is true that most of the attractions to see in Nepal are at high altitude, however, if you prefer to experience nature in lower places, don’t worry.

The Chitwan National Park is located in the lowlands of Terai, where rivers, swamps, trails and exuberant vegetation abound, inhabited by hundreds of animal species… monkeys, crocodiles, elongated turtles, king cobras, kingfishers, and , the Indian rhinos, a species that is subject to intense hunting.
In the Kathmandu Valley there are more than 130 religious monuments, the Swayambhunath complex, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, is located on top of a hill in this valley and is the most sacred place to visit in Nepal for the Buddhist pilgrims.

Among the natural beauties to see in Nepal are its lakes.
The freshwater lake system of Gokyo is the highest altitude in the world. In total, there are six main lakes, the largest of them all, Thonak, is the main source of fresh water for the few inhabitants of the region.
Pokhara is one of the most touristic places in Nepal, here tourists who want to make the popular circuit of the Annapurna meet, since Pokhara is the base for this expedition.
If you just come to rest, you can relax by the waters of Phewa Lake, the most famous lake to visit in Nepal owes its popularity to water activities.

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Check out the following useful facts before visiting Nepal:

Average temperature and rainfall

Nepalese Tipping etiquette:
Tipping in Nepal is becoming more common as tourism increases. A 10% service charge is generally included in the bill and additional tips aren’t mandatory unless it’s a high end restaurant or hotel. Most tour guides will expect a 10% tip or round up. Tipping taxi drivers is not mandatory but a round up will be appreciated.

Currency: Nepalese rupee

TOP 3 Places to see in Nepal:

1. Royal Chitwan National Park
2. Boudhanath temple
3. Phewa lake

Voltage: 230 V

Languages:
Nepali
English

Health:
You may need the Hepatitis A, B and Typhoid vaccines if your plan on visiting rural areas.

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September 18th, 2018 in Travel spots
Rent a pocket wifi for Indonesia

Enjoy 4G pocket wifi everywhere in Indonesia, just for 6,99 € per day. Connect up to 5 devices and avoid roaming fees. Easy delivery and return!

Wifivox it’s a pocket-sized device that provides wireless Internet access wherever you go in Indonesia. You can even share your connection with your family and friends since you can connect up to 5 devices simultaneously. In Indonesia you will enjoy 1 GB per day at maximum speed. Once you reach the limit, speed will be reduced until the next day when you will be able to surf at maximum speed again. We also have available in Indonesia a 2 Gb/day data plan for 8.99 € per day.

Avoid surprises with our flat fee of 6,99 € per day! You can order your Wifivox now for your Indonesian trip in https://wifivox.com/indonesia/

Enjoy Indonesia to the fullest visiting its main attractions!

Thousands of islands form the State of Indonesia, in a single trip you will not be able to see everything, but here you’ll find a summary of what MUST be visited.

Discover the island of Bali, world famous, is the tourist jewel of Indonesia and is visited every year by more than 3 million travelers. Renting a motorcycle and touring the island is one of the experiences you cannot miss.
If you like surfing visit Kuta, the epicenter of Bali, you can find the best beaches for this sport, and the best nightlife also, pubs and clubs are all around.

Balinese art abounds throughout the city of Ubud and its surroundings, among impressive rice fields. For most of those who come to Bali, this is still their favorite place on the island.
The mythical Komodo dragons can only be found on the islands of Komodo and Rinca, in the Nusa Tenggara region, you can get here by boat.

Relax on the beaches of the Gili Islands, anyone who travels to Bali and wants true dream beaches will discover that these are only a few hours away by boat, and they are worth the trip.
Indonesia is one of the countries with the best diving in the world and Bunaken is one of the most outstanding places in the country to do so. Its Marine Natural Park contains 70% of the species that inhabit the western Pacific Ocean.

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Check out the following useful facts before visiting Indonesia:

Average temperature and rainfall

Indonesian Tipping etiquette:
Tipping in Indonesia is quite common. The average tip in most restaurants is 5-10% if not already included in the bill. Tipping in hotels is unexpected as they charge a costly tax; if anything, one should tip the employee in question directly in cash. Tipping tour guides and taxi drivers isn’t mandatory but a round up will be appreciated.

Currency: Indonesian rupiah

TOP 3 Places to see in Indonesia:

1. Mount Bromo
2. Bali
3. Tana Toraja

Voltage: 220 V

Languages:
Indonesian
Javanese
English

Health:
Zika virus is a risk in Indonesia. It may cause birth defects in babies so pregnant women should avoid visiting the country.

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September 11th, 2018 in Restaurants
Few dishes one should not miss while traveling to Spain

1. Who has not tried the Spanish “tortilla”?

It is one of the most symbolic dishes of Spanish cuisine, no doubt.
It can be tasted anywhere in the country. The Spanish omelet or potato omelette, is one of the most popular dishes, consumed in every spanish home and is the most requested tapa in every bar or restaurant.

It cannot be absent at any party or family reunion, on outings, on the beach, the mountain… Its simple recipe composed of eggs, potatoes, salt and olive oil, creates a delicacy for the mouth, affordable and can be made to consumers taste; with onion, with chorizo, with zucchini…

2. The Andalusian gazpacho

Gazpacho is one of the most typical dishes of Andalusian cuisine. It can be described as a cold soup of vegetables, it is unimaginable to spend a hot summer in the south of Spain without tasting a good cold gazpacho, although you can taste it at any time of the year. Gazpacho provides an endless number of vitamins, it is a very complete dish that fully describes the so-called Mediterranean diet.

3. The famous paella

Possibly paella is the most famous Spanish dish in the whole world, of course it is the most traditional dish of the Spanish gastronomy.
Everyone who visits Spain wants to try the typical Spanish paella, and why?
Because it is delicious, and, despite its many variations, there is an ingredient that is always present; rice.
It has its origin in Valencia and in this spectacular city is where you can best taste it.

4. Serrano ham, the jewel of Spanish cuisine

Spain’s gastronomy is very tasty and more when it comes to its ham. Its brand is the Iberian, exclusive and first class. Its quality and its flavor have made the Iberian ham a very appreciated product beyond the borders, however, nothing like tasting it in its own homeland: Spain.

5. The best for a winter day: cocido madrileño

One of the most complete dishes of Mediterranean cuisine is the cocido madrileño.
It has its origin in the capital, Madrid. This stew, whose main ingredient is chickpeas but in which bacon, meat and vegetables play an important role too, has become one of the indispensable dishes to be tried by tourists and travelers who visit the city.

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September 4th, 2018 in Travel apps
The dangers of public Wi-Fi networks

Public Wi-Fi networks allow us to connect to the Internet in an easy and fast way, since usually they do not require a password. However, connecting to an open WiFi is not always safe, there can be anyone behind these networks, even a cybercriminal. When we connect to these networks, we are losing control of what is being transmitted and who is connected.

With public wifi networks offered by libraries, buses, trains, airports, hotels and other services, we can be sure that the administrator of the WiFi network is safe, but really anyone connected to this network can easily use techniques to steal information from us. The data traffic that takes place within these networks will be visible to sniffers, which are computer programs that record all the information sent and received by our devices.

While browsing on secure pages (those starting with https) or using familiar applications, our data will not be at risk, but if not, we must be especially careful with passwords, since, if we are in an unsecured network (do not start with https), a tracker could detect our data traffic without the need for encryption. If we access any account or subscription with the same username and password that we use for everything, a cybercriminal could enter our Facebook, email, Twitter, etc and could extort our contacts to get money. A well-known fraud is the one in which the extortioner contacts our friends or relatives through Facebook and tells them that we are abroad and we’ve been robbed, so we need a large amount of money to be able to return. That’s why it is very important not to use the same credentials for all our accounts.

We must always make sure to connect to the correct network, it is very common for cyber-criminals to create false WiFi networks with a similar name to the secure network to fool users.
To prevent any unpleasant situations it’s better to always deactivate from our device any synchronization process if we are connecting to a public network. Always keep the device updated, with the antivirus installed correctly and, if possible, use a firewall.

Avoid completely doing bank transactions, online purchases or any other task that involves the exchange of private data in public Wi-Fi networks.

To avoid all these dangers, it is preferable not to connect to public wireless networks and instead access only private Wi-Fi networks, Wifivox is the best option if you are concerned about the security of your online accounts and private data since it is a totally private and secure network.

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August 28th, 2018 in Events
10 greatest music festivals in the world

Here you’ll find a list of the 10 most important music festivals in the world, in which thousands of people gather to enjoy amazing musical shows and most importantly have fun.

1. Glastonbury
Where: Somerset, United Kingdom

Known for its shows of contemporary music, dance, comedy, theater, circus and cabaret. The festival was influenced by the hippie ethic and the free festivals movement in the 1970s. People from all over the world attend each year and many of the most important artists in history have performed on its stages.

2. Coachella
Where: California, USA

Coachella is one of the largest music festivals in the United States, but also in the world. People meet in the Coachella Valley located in the desert of California. Coachella always sells its total capacity for the weekend. This festival has brought hundreds of artists like Guns N ‘Roses, LCD Soundsystem and Calvin Harris, Ice Cube, Zedd, A $ AP Rocky, Sia, Major Lazer and many more. Another of its great attractions is that many celebrities such as models, actors, singers, influencers… attend Coachella, so people from all over the world go to the festival to try to meet their favorite idols.

3. Lollapalooza
Where: Chicago, USA

Lollapalooza is an annual music festival that hosts popular bands of alternative rock, heavy metal, punk rock, hip hop and electronic music. Dance and comedy performances are also carried out. A weekend-long festival held in Grant Park in Chicago. Jane’s Addiction’s lead singer, Perry Farrell, created this festival in 1991. In 2011 the festival started to be held in several countries outside the US including Chile, Brazil, Argentina and Germany. However the original essence of the festival still remains in Chicago.

4. Reading and Leeds Festival
Where: Reading and Leeds, United Kingdom

The events take place simultaneously on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the August bank holiday weekend. Reading Festival, the oldest of the two, began in 1989. It is the biggest music festival in the UK and many of the UK’s most successful rock and pop bands have performed here, including The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, The Kinks, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, The Who or Cream among others.

5. Primavera Sound
Where: Barcelona, ​​Spain

One of the most important music festivals in Spain, it embraces any style or genre, although it seeks quality and offers essentially pop, rock and the more underground tendencies of electronic music and dance. In each edition, the festival has been increasing the attendance of the public and the media impact of the press, radio and television, both nationally and internationally.

6. Fuji Rock
Where: Yuzawa, Niigata Prefecture, Japan

Fuji Rock is the largest outdoor music event in Japan and one of the largest and most recognized music festivals in Asia and the world. Fuji Rock presents rock and electronic music and has held artists such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, James Blake, Sigur Ros, Beck, Wilco, Ben Harper and innocent criminals, among many others.

7. Wacken Open Air
Where: Wacken, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

The largest heavy metal festival in the world, with around 75,000 visitors each year. More than 150 guest artists play in eight separate stages, the main ones being True Metal Stage and Black Metal Stage, which never act simultaneously. Today it has a medieval area in which one can recreate Viking battles and try dishes from that era.

8. Sziget Festival
Where: Budapest, Hungary

One of the largest music and cultural festivals in Europe, held annually in August. Each year more than 1,000 performances are held, it has grown from being relatively unfrequented to one of the most important European rock festivals. The environment simulates an amusement park deformed and amplified electronically that has nothing to do with reality.

9. Rock in Rio
Where: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Rock in Rio music festival originated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1985. Nowadays it alternates between Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Lisbon Portugal; Madrid, Spain and Las Vegas, Nevada. Rock in Rio has hosted innumerable artists such as Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, No Doubt, Metallica, Linkin Park, Ed Sheeran, John Legend, Big Sean, Empire of the Sun among many others.

10. Tomorrowland
Where: Boom, Belgium

Tomorrowland is one of the largest and most recognized music festivals in the world for electronic dance music. Hundreds of electronic music DJs take the various stages. This festival has featured renowned artists such as Alesso, David Guetta, Avicii, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Dillon Francis, Tiesto and many more.

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August 14th, 2018 in Travel spots
Rent a pocket wifi for Uruguay

Enjoy 4G pocket wifi everywhere in Uruguay, just for 6,99 € per day. Connect up to 5 devices and avoid roaming fees. Easy delivery and return!

Wifivox it’s a pocket-sized device that provides wireless Internet access wherever you go in Uruguay. You can even share your connection with your family and friends since you can connect up to 5 devices simultaneously. You will enjoy 500 MB of daily data at maximum speed with your own secured portable pocket wifi unit. Once you reach the limit, speed will be reduced until the next day when you will be able to surf at maximum speed again. We also have available in Uruguay a 1 Gb/day data plan for 9,99 € per day.

Avoid surprises with our flat fee of 6,99 € per day! You can order your Wifivox now for your Uruguayan trip in https://wifivox.com/uruguay/

Enjoy Uruguay to the fullest visiting its main attractions!

Uruguay is a country that, despite its small size with just over 3 million inhabitants, will surprise you. It’s capital, Montevideo. This area’s style is far from the clear colonial influence of other Latin American cities. Montevideo has a different appeal… tall soviet style buildings mingle with others of neoclassical influence.
The cultural life of Montevideo is another plus. Theaters, museums, exhibitions and an unstoppable nightlife. You should not miss the famous bar Fun Fun, a classic where you will enjoy tango and gaucho music.

One of the most beautiful and isolated natural places to see in Uruguay is Cabo Polonio. You will leave behind civilization to get into the rustic and natural landscape.
If you don’t like meat, maybe you should rethink traveling to Uruguay.
Magnificent quality of the meat that is cooked with firewood, giving it an extra point of flavor. Churrasco, grilled strip, liver, kidney, chorizo, sweetbreads, chinchulines (pieces of intestine), blood sausages, etc.

Colonia del Sacramento or simply Colonia is a small town where you can take the ferry that crosses the historic and beautiful Rio de La Plata.

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Check out the following useful facts before visiting Uruguay:

Average temperature and rainfall

Uruguayan Tipping etiquette:
Tipping in Uruguay is quite common. The average tip in most service establishments is around 10% if not already included in the bill. Most tour guides will expect a 10% tip or round up. Tipping taxi drivers isn’t mandatory but a round up will be appreciated.

Currency: Uruguayan peso

TOP 3 Places to see in Uruguay:

1. Barrio Historico
2. Rambla de Montevideo
3. Teatro Solis

Voltage: 220 V

Languages:
Spanish
Portuguese dialect
English

Health:
You may need the Hepatitis A, B and Typhoid vaccines if your plan on visiting rural areas.

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August 14th, 2018 in Travel spots
Rent a pocket wifi for Singapore

Enjoy 4G pocket wifi everywhere in Singapore, just for 6,99 € per day. Connect up to 5 devices and avoid roaming fees. Easy delivery and return!

Wifivox it’s a pocket-sized device that provides wireless Internet access wherever you go in Singapore. You can even share your connection with your family and friends since you can connect up to 5 devices simultaneously. In Singapore you will enjoy 4 GB per day at maximum speed. Once you reach the limit, speed will be reduced until the next day when you will be able to surf at maximum speed again.

Avoid surprises with our flat fee of 6,99 € per day! You can order your Wifivox now for your Singaporean trip in https://wifivox.com/singapore/

Enjoy Singapore to the fullest visiting its main attractions!

Singapore is the great metropolis of Southeast Asia where tradition and modernity merge creating a mix that leaves no one indifferent.
Walk around the streets of Little India, China Town and the Malaysian neighborhood enjoying its picturesque streets full of color and religious buildings.
Singapore has a very rich and multicultural cuisine, there are many prestigious chefs who travel to Singapore in search of new flavors and inspiration to invent new dishes. Do not forget to try the famous black pepper crab.

Singapore’s skyline is something to admire, the contrast of the futuristic skyscrapers with the green of the numerous gardens and trees creates an surreal and beautiful atmosphere.
Another symbol of the city is The Merlion, the protector of Singapore with the body of a fish and the head of a lion, you should not leave without taking a souvenir picture.

Every night is projected an impressive light show from the Marina Bay Sands hotel that colors the sky of Singapore to the sound of music, it is worthy to stay and watch it.

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Check out the following useful facts before visiting Singapore:

Average temperature and rainfall

Singaporean Tipping etiquette:
Tipping in Singapore isn’t very common. The average tip in most service establishments is around 10% if not already included in the bill, though one may give an additional tip if the service was exceptional. Tipping the tour guides and taxi drivers is not mandatory but a round up will be appreciated.

Currency: Singapore dollar

TOP 3 Places to see in Singapore:

1. Clarke Quay
2. National Orchid Garden
3. Gardens by the Bay

Voltage: 230 V

Languages:
English
Mandarin
Malay, Tmil

Health:
Zika outbreaks have been reported. It may cause birth defects so pregnant women should avoid visiting the country.

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August 14th, 2018 in Travel spots
The incredible colors of the “rainbow mountains”

These incredible coloured mountains, that look like painted but are really the work of nature, are found in the Zhangye Danxia geological park in northwest China.

A wonderful landscape that is known as Danxia or “pink clouds” in China, these were formed 24 million years ago thanks to the successive deposits and sediments of different types of minerals that were concentrated on the rock layers, then with the action of the tectonic plates (the same ones that created the Himalayas) they wrinkled and arose. Finally, thanks to the action of the wind and the rains, these majestic elevations were finished.

Undoubtedly this landscape is a visual spectacle that in 2010 was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
Over the years it has become an attraction that attracts many tourists, China has invested in tourist services to make this park more accessible.

The park has rental cars to make the visit more comfortable, they can access to different places that tourist buses cannot. It takes around two hours to be able to see all the areas of interest and make the complete visit.

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