Encountering a whale can be deeply moving. These mysterious creatures are found in every ocean in the world from Africa to Antarctica. You can go whale watching from basically any country with a coastline, but there are certain places where the chances of sightings are particularly high and the whales come conveniently close to shore. But which is the best place for whale watching?
Want to see whales in the wild? Make sure you’re in the right place at the right time, with the help of our expert guide. These are the 12 best place for whale watching:
Love wet and wild vacations? Some of us can paddle out for a ride on the greatest waves on a whim. Some of us are lucky enough to live within a rogue inflatable ball’s reach of the world’s best beaches. For those of us who live further inland, or prefer something less salty, there are still watery joys to be had, in the form of the world’s best water parks. We’ve scoured the globe for the most extraordinary water parks in the world.
Self-described ‘serial entrepreneur’ behind the Aurora Station says it is selling the astronaut experience and plans to open in 2021 A Houston-based company said this week it plans to open the “first luxury hotel in space” by late 2021. Orion Span’s compact Aurora Station – at 35ft-by-14ft its interior will be comparable to that of […]
Though the mountain and the sediments that form its rainbow face are eons old, Rainbow Mountain was only discovered about five years ago. Deep in the heart of the Peruvian Andes, there lies a ridge of mountains unlike any other. Along this ridge is one particularly magnificent mountain. Lined with layers of red, orange, yellow, […]
Today parts of Britain are colder than the North Pole. With spring tantalisingly close, the country is in the midst of a spell of bitingly cold weather. Up to eight inches of snow will hit eastern England by tomorrow. Temperatures dropped to -9.2°C on Sunday, while the wind chill factor will make temperatures feel as […]
Did You Know which is the Oldest University in the World? If you said University of Bologna you is wrong. Founded in 1088 in Italy, this university, that has enrollment of around 84.200 students, is the oldest of the Europe but not the oldest of the World.