Table Mountain in Cape Town / South Africa: now travel in the spring! The new 7 Wonders Foundation’ has most recently named in 2012 the seven natural wonders of the world and voted. These special spectacles of nature pull any traveler under their spell. Only four are in Asia, but also South America and South Africa are represented. All have their own special charm, nature provides incredibly impressive miracles for us. Initially over 400 proposals, Foundation 28 finalists were selected by the new 7 wonders. Out of these millions of people have mostly cast their votes via the Internet and thus selected the 7 world wonders of nature: Amazon: In the Amazon area: well half of the tropical rain forests around the world.
With 6,500 km the longest river in the world. Halong Bay/Viet Nam: 1969 islands lie in the 1500 m area of Halong Bay. Iguazu: 275 spectacular falls are located between Brazil and Argentina, 20 of which are very large. Jejudo, South Korea: South Korea’s largest island. Tropical /. Volcanic island with several natural spectacles, such as underground salt cave. Komodo/Indonesia: 1980 National Park: protecting the rich, especially the giant lizard, Komodo dragon. Palawan/Philippines: Longest underground river St.
Paul’s River, about four miles long, in the Philippine province of Palawan. Table Mountain/South Africa: Table mountain with flat Summit level high above Cape Town, almost 1,100 m high. Plateau of 65 sqm. About 1,500 plant species. Lars Ludwig, Managing Director for Central and Eastern Europe at LowCostHolidays.de, is much in the world as experienced travel industry on the move. The target areas vary greatly some are suitable for private discoverer tours, in other places only a guided tour is possible. “All together the incredible experience of a unique natural phenomenon, but also the distance from Western Europe is certainly: for us are all long-haul travel.” The low-priced online travel organizer LowCostHolidays keeps for travel around the world a huge range: from about 250,000 hotels and Daily best rates offered flights from the cooperation with about 350 airlines. From the 7 natural wonders of the Earth Ludwig is recommended for the beginning table mountain in South Africa: Cape Town is an incredibly fascinating city. Not typical of Africa ‘ a, one city cultures’ many others say. You have to experience it. In addition to table mountain, the city has a lot more to offer. “Even for short-term travel is worth the trip: one hour time difference, good flight connections, beautiful hotels.” LowCostHolidays has currently great deals for Cape Town. For example, in November, then is spring/early summer on the Cape. Beth Jansen
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