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Wreck diving at Tulamben (Bali)

If you are an amateur diver and are planning to do an introductory dive, then I recommend scuba diving at Tulamben in Indonesia. Tulamben is a small village in the north-east coast of Bali. The dive site is popular because of the wreck of the Liberty, a US Army Transport ship.

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La Perouse to Maroubra

Guide | La Perouse to Maroubra coastal walk via Henry’s Head and Cape Banks

The La Perouse to Maroubra walking track is divided into two sections – Henry’s Head and Cape Banks Walk and Continuing the walk to Maroubra. Henry’s Head and Cape Banks Walk A spectacular coastal walk in the suburb of La Perouse in Sydney is the Henry’s Head and Cape Banks Walks. La Perouse is around …

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Scuba diving in Dolphin Wreck (Brunei)

Brunei is famous for ship wrecks. It has many of the ships that have gone down and are spectacular sites for divers. While most of these sites are for advanced divers, there are some of them for open water divers as well. One such wreck is the Dolphin Wreck. Dolphin Wreck is a ship wreck that …

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Guide to visit Salar de Uyuni (Salt Lake) in Bolivia

One of the major attractions in Bolivia is Salar de Uyuni (Salt Flat Lake). It must definitely be on a traveler’s bucket list. What is Salar de Uyuni and how was it formed? Salar de Uyuni a.k.a Salt Lake is World’s largest salt lake. The salt lake spreads across 10,000 square kilometres (approximately). It was …

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