Kotor from Muntenegru is a city located between the mountains and the moody corner of the bay. It exists since the 9th century and has been constantly built until the 19th century. While during day light the walls barely are sizeable, during night they lit and their reflection is seen in the water. During the months of July and August the richest people from the earth come here with their yachts and fill the marina. Apart from the marine life, water sports it also offers a romantic holiday filled with history and beautiful architecture. There are some beautiful churches to visit – St Tryphon’s Cathedral, the St Luke’s Church and as well the towns’ fortifications, on the St John’s Hill.
The Lady Musgrave Island, located on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia is an uninhabited coral cay and a World Heritage Marine Park. If you would like a full tour on this island one can have this by accessing one of the operators here. One will not have boring moments here as one can do many water sports, boat trips, guided walks turtle discovery and reef fishing. The wildlife is amazing and you will get the opportunity of seeing birds and animals that cannot be seen in any other location.
Although probably a new one, the Mulu Cave from Malaysia is a place where it worth’s being in. it is one of the biggest limestone system cave in the world, located in the Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak. It is said that it has over 60 million years and at a certain point they were undersea. Rain, sun and the passing of the time have formed what one can see today. This location is split in a various number of caves – the Cleawater Cave, the Deer Cave, the Lang’s Cave, the Wind Cave and the Racer Cave. Each of the above has its own specifications.
Just come and enjoy!