The Most dangerous lake Lake Nyos in Cameroon is the most deadly lake in the world.
Lake Nyos in Cameroon is the most deadly lake in the world. No, it is not the large number of drowned people, it does not overflow the banks, and in…

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Famous lake Issyk-Kul is drowning in waste and debris
  "Panties, sometimes even false teeth", the diver pulls out the rubbish from the date of Issyk-Kul. And umbrellas and even a beach. From the bottom of Issyk-Kul lake every…

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Tour of Western Canad

 

Arrival in calgary – the center of economic growth in Canada, the most dynamic city in North America. A short tour on the way from the airport to the hotel. Check in to hotel. A free evening.

Departure from calgary to the East. Excursion to the world’s largest paleontological Museum, skeletons and artifacts more than a thousand dinosaurs. Other local attractions – the valley of the mushroom rocks, tour old mine, road with bridges 11…

Dinner in the saloon “Last chance” – the flavor of the North American heartland, in an old cowboy style.

I must say that this Last chance – the place is not touristic, it’s actually such a rural restaurant where local people gather, rest… the place is absolutely politically incorrect, beer in one-litre jars provide the raw steaks for you and light a barbecue shelter that each had grilled the way he likes. Customers under such an atmosphere and surroundings ALWAYS drink, and in the group between themselves and with the guide installed the correct relationship to the remainder of the trip, and often after it. Continue reading

Unique tri-colored crater lake of Kelimutu volcano

Kelimutu volcano is located on lost in the ocean island of Flores, which belongs to the Small Eastern Indonesian Sunda Islands. Since the island is far removed from the mainland, tourists visit it not so often, Yes, and, frankly, there is almost no infrastructure. The last time the volcano erupted in the last century, in 1968, and doesn’t give any signs of activity. But in the last eruption in the magma formed coldera, which were a kind of cups, which collect water from precipitation.

Today flying over the island can be clearly seen from the aircraft with three bright turquoise spots – this is the famous lake Kelimutu. What are they famous for?

The fact that lake Kelimutu is constantly changing colour. Turquoise lake over the year could turn into turquoise, then after a certain time become red or green. Due to this, however, the presence in water of various minerals. It is the chemical relationship of these components and leads to a dynamic change of color of the water. Well, for example, green lake suggests that, in reaction into hydrochloric and sulphuric acids, the red tint of the water indicates the interaction of hydrogen sulphide with iron.

The local aboriginal people, who belong to the tribe of Leo, there is a legend about Kelimutu. They say that the lakes are inhabited by the souls of the dead. Continue reading

India Waters (except rivers)

 

In addition to rivers, especially in India, not many large bodies of water. There are several large lakes and reservoirs, and flooded areas.

Coast of India forms several large bays, some of which are called seas, but in fact they are not. All of these “seas” are the bays of the Indian ocean.

India is not rich in lakes. In the country there are only a few more or less large lakes, some of which are of artificial origin. So, the largest lake of India:

• The Chilika lake (1165 sq km) – India’s largest lagoon-like lake, is connected with the Bay of Bengal, Orissa

• Sambhar lake (240 sq km) – the largest salt-water in India and the salt Deposit, among the largest artificial lakes in Asia, Rajasthan

• Lake Collier (901 sq. km) is the largest freshwater lake in India, Andhra Pradesh

• Loktak lake (266 sq km) freshwater lake, the largest lake in the northeast India, Manipur

• The world’s highest mountain lake (189 sq km) is a large freshwater lake in the state of Jammu and Kashmir

Long coastline of India forms several bays, Straits and seas. The southern tip of India overlooks the Indian ocean itself.

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