EXPLORE RWANDA AND KNOW ALLALL ABOUT RWANDA

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Rwanda Cultral Safaris

Enjoy and learn about the culture and history of Rwanda with our cultural tours. As you get entertainment from the local people. In Butare,its second city, which is one of the finest cultural museums in Africa,you will visit the Diane Fossey Memorial Butare. The itenaries that will lead you to those beautiful scenaries shows


We organize gorilla trekking tours in Rwanda. Our tours range from short gorilla treks of 3 days to any of your desired days.Our experienced tour guides will work tirelessly in order to full fill your desired respectations.

Genocide Momorial Sates Safaris

It’s noted that Rwanda has a rich culture with its second city, Butare, which is one of the finest cultural museums in Africa.These memorial sites include:-
Diane Fossey Memorial Butare
Ntarama memorial site.Here are the genocide itenaries that…

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warm welcome to you from travelland As a locally owned, family runbusiness based in Kampala, Uganda we have spent over a good time indesigning custom safaris for discerning travelers across Uganda and Rwanda. That’s how we built our reputation as one of East Africa’s most trusted tour company

 

Silverback GorillaWe are passionate about personalized safaris that highlight the region’s natural beauty and cultures. Every day our team creates unique itineraries that help our guests get the most from their time and their budget. Our consistent effort to conserve the natural and cultural resources of Africa is displayed through our dedication to sustainable tourism and through promoting lesser-known destinations. Our trips are not just about the destination – we provide an exploration of the land, people, and history of the region. Let us work with you to create the safari of your dream

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Driving the open country

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Fujiyama

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Fujiyama

Fujiyama, Tokyo, Japan
Taken with Nikon P-100

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Mountain View

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Mt. Washington

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Nearctica: Portraits of the Outlands

Mt. Washington

July 8th, 2012
Mt. Washington from McKenzie Pass, Hwy 242
Oregon Cascades

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Moving soon!

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Earth-Sea Imagery's Blog

Good grief, I’ve sure gotten behind on keeping this up to date! So much to do, so little time. Also, up to now, it’s been a lot of Same old, same old…

After living on the Southern Oregon Coast for almost exactly 6 years, we’ve purchased a place near Chiloquin Oregon in the south central part of the state. It’s 3 blocks from Agency Lake, part of the huge Klamath Lake and will be a great new place to explore and photograph. Being about 30 miles from Crater Lake, it will be a lot of fun checking out that area. Also, since neither my wife or I have really seen much of the southern edge of the state, with fantastic geology and high desert scenery, I expect a lot of new and exciting photos to come from this!

While camping nearby, a few miles north of the place we bought…

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A volcano at the center of an old caldera

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Krishna's Pictures and Notes

The volcano is known as Gunung Bromo or Mt. Bromo, which is located almost at the center of an old caldera of Tengger Mountains in East Java, Indonesia. Together with Mt. Semeru which stands not too far from the mountains, they form an area called Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. The name ‘Bromo‘, is said to be derived from Javanese pronounciation of ‘Brahma‘, the Hindu God that create the universe.

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The Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is a more than 58,000 hectares volcanic plateau. The Tengger caldera itself is located at the northern part of the National Park. It is the largest caldera in Java. The locals call the caldera as ‘Segoro Wedi‘ which mean the sea of sands because it is full of volcanic sands produced by the eruption of Mt. Bromo. So . . . no wonder that one will feel…

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Peak Desire #1

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I have a fascination with a mountain I knew when I was young. Then it was Mt Egmont. Now it is Mt Taranaki, having reverted to the original Maori name. This extinct volcano is located on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand, and boasts being the second most “regular” volcano, after Mt Fuji in Japan. Anyway it rises about 2300m (~7550ft) from the surrounding land to a total elevation of 2518m (~8260ft).

Its been a while since I have climbed it. In March 2011 I went with some friends to have a go. Initially I was excited as the weather looked like it was going to actually be fine. However the fine weather followed on the heels of a short cold snap which we found had deposited a layer of snow on the upper reaches. A bit unseasonal, but quite the normal weather for this mountain.

Undeterred by the snow…

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New Iron Man 3 IMax Poster

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