Discover the Sopot Pier known as Molo, considered the longest wooden pier in Europe with 511.5 meters. It was first built in 1827 as a pleasure pier stretching from the middle of the popular Sopot beach and Spa Square on one end, way into the marina and Baltic sea to the other end. The pier is one of Sopot’s most visited tourist attractions but also serves as a mooring point for cruise boats and water taxis. Continue reading Sopot Molo: Europe’s longest wooden pier
Discover Sopot, a charming seaside town famous for being a major health-spa resort destination. Part of the Tricity (Trójmiasto) with nearby Gdansk to the south and Gdynia to the north, it is located in the northern part of Poland, within the Pomerian voivodeship on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea. Continue reading Sopot: Molo, Lighthouse, Monte Cassino and the Crooked House
Discover Gdansk Old Town by night, sometimes referred to by its German name Danzig, a strategic and highly influential port for nearly a thousand years. What was once the stronghold of the Teutonic Knights and an influential city within the Hanseatic League during the Middle Ages has become northern Poland largest city and capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. It gain notoriety in the 70s and 80’s when it became the heart of political upheavals against communism and the Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers on the Plac Solidarności visibly commemorate victims of the ancient regime. Continue reading Gdansk Old Town by night
Discover Hel Peninsula, a 35-km-long sand bar peninsula in the Northern part of Poland home to the sea resorts of Chałupy, Jastarnia, Jurata and Hel. It is located some 50 kilometres north of the Tricity it is one of the most visited Baltic destinations especially during the summer months where it is an ideal place for camping and enjoying various water sports including kite surfing.
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Discover the Maldives island nation in the Indian Ocean, the only remaining Paradise on Earth, ideal for sunbathing, snorkelling, diving and other water sports. Known as the Sunny Side of life, Maldives is really one of the most beautiful place on the planets will it be because of its breathtaking beaches, turquoise water or incredible underwater kingdom filled with sharks, turtles and a variety of other colourful tropical sea life.
Discover the Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA), the best way to get to your piece of paradise in the Maldives. TMA is a private airline in the Maldives operating out of the Ibrahim Nasir International Airport in Male, the Maldives biggest city and capital. Being the World’s largest seaplane fleet, it provides seaplane transfer services to a large number of tourist resorts.
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Discover one of the most popular and top rated destinations of the Maldives, the Kuredu Resort & Spa, offering an excellent choice of accommodation and facilities to match. Home to some of the world’s most pristine beaches and often referred to as the only truly remaining Paradise on Earth, it is ideal for sunbathing, snorkelling, diving and enjoying the wild live both on the land and under water.
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Discover one of the world’s most pristine beaches in the island nation of the Maldives in the Indian Ocean. Often referred to as the only truly remaining Paradise on Earth, it is ideal for sunbathing, snorkelling, diving and enjoying the wild live both on the land and under water. Known as the Sunny Side of life, Maldives is really one of the most beautiful place on the planets will it be because of its breathtaking beaches, turquoise water or incredible underwater kingdom filled with sharks, turtles and a variety of other colourful tropical sea life.
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Discover the Maldives Manta Rays or Manta birostris ray who live in the open water of tropical oceans or close to coral reefs. It feeds on tiny plankton organisms, krill and small fishes and can go up 5 meter in size, making it the biggest type of rays . Manta females give birth to 1 to 2 young after a 13 months gestation period and pregnant females have been seen jumping out of the sea spectacularly while giving birth to their young!
- Maldives: swimming with Manta rays
- Live in the open water of tropical oceans
- Often close to coral reefs
- Can go up 5 meter in size, making it the biggest type of rays.
- Feeds on tiny plankton organisms, krill and small fishes.
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