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Makasutu Culture Forest The Gambia
Makasutu Culture forest is West Africa’s premier Eco tourist destination. This pristine tropical of 1000-acre reserve borders five miles of the Mandina Bolong (river) and encompasses five different Eco systems – gallery forest, Savannah, mangroves, palm forest and wetland/salt flats. These diverse Eco systems sustain a great assortment of wildlife that includes a vast array of bird life, monitor lizards and troops of migrating baboons and Visitors to Makasutu are taken on walks with expert guides through the bush after an orientation on the history and myths of the area. These guided walks bring visitors face to face with the indigenes people of the area who still make Makasutu their home."

Snake Boat Racing India
The design of the boat of these races also works like an eye-tonic for the visitors who make their tour to Kerala during these races. Some of these boats are in the shape like the hood of a snake and a tampering boat and is driven by approx 100 men."
Source: indiadarshan.in

Zakouma, Chad National Park Chad
This 305, 000-hectare park, 800km southeast of N’Djaména, is a major Chadian success story. After poaching and civil war ravaged local wildlife, the Chadian government and the European Union restocked the park with an eye on the affluent European tourist market. Consequently, Zakouma Chad National Park is once again one of the best places in Central Africa to see large herds of elephants, as well as giraffes, wildebeests, lions and a wide variety of antelopes, primates and birdlife."
Source: gochad.net

Fiesta de la Tirana Chile
Celebration of the Tirana is a celebration of religious character realised annually in the town of the Tirana, commune Almonte Well, in the Region of Tarapacá, Chile. The celebration is realised each 16th of July, in honor to the Virgin of the Carmen. This is the greater religious celebration of the Great North of Chile and the second most popular one of Chile after the Celebration of the Rosary of Andacollo, meeting in this town of no more than 560 inhabitants between 200,000 and 250,000 visitors during the week of celebrations."

Suomenlinna Fortress Finland
Situated on six islands off Helsinki, Suomenlinna was built in 1748 as protection against Russian expansionism. Sweden started construction on the fortress when Finland was still a part of the Swedish crown. No longer used as a military base, Suomenlinna was turned over to civilian administration in 1973 and stands today as a UNESCO World Heritage Site."

Trek the Kokoda Trail Papua New Guinea
The Kokoda Trail is famed in Australia as the site of the most important battle citizens fought—and won—against the Japanese in World War II. Now, trekking the 60-mile trail is like a rite of passage for Australians. Still, few other travelers know about it. Naturally Eruç, who trekked it on his circumnavigation of the globe, does.

The London Eye England
The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel situated on the banks of the River Thames, in London, England. The entire structure is 135 metres (443 ft) tall and the wheel has a diameter of 120 metres (394 ft).
It is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe, and the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom, visited by over 3.5 million people annually.
Source: wikipedia.org

Jaisalmer Desert Festival India
The exuberant Jaisalmer desert festival is a wonderful opportunity to experience the sandstone city of Jaisalmer and surroundings at their magical best. For three days in late January/early February, you can enjoy a host of weird and wacky activities such as a parade of camels and fancily dressed locals, camel races and polo matches, turban tying competitions, and competition for the finest facial hair."

Paint my own matryoshka
Source: kaboodle.com

Mount Lamlam - the tallest mountain on Earth Guam
Mount Lamlam (meaning lightning in Chamorro), located in the southwestern village of Agat, is the highest peak on Guam.
Though Mount Lamlam is only 1,332 feet high, the distance from the peak to the bottom of the nearby Mariana Trench is perhaps the greatest change in elevation on Earth over such a short distance. The Marianas Trench reaches a maximum known depth of 6.78 miles."

Río Secreto Mexico
Rio Secreto is also known as Mexico’s underground river. While just recently becoming a tourist destination, it’s likely that Río Secreto patrons will only grow. After all, with its thousands of stalactites and stalagmites along the river’s edge, visitors are left feeling as if they have traveled back in time, and to a place untouched by human hands. The underground passageways of seemingly endless tunnels stun the senses and will absolutely take your breath away."