Posts Tagged With: UNESCO
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While Croatia has been gaining popularity in recent years, few offer such immersive and comprehensive cruise itineraries as in-destination experts Katarina Line. Based in Opatija, a coastal town on the Adriatic less than 50 miles from Italy, Katarina Line knows Croatia in and out, and offers guests unique voyages across a fleet of 60 vessels. Read the rest of this entry »
Located within the Iguazú National Park, Iguazu Falls offers several trails and railways with phenomenal views of its 275 individual waterfalls. The diverse wildlife and beauty of the park moved the UNESCO to declare it a World Heritage Site in 1984. The largest waterfall system in the world, Iguazu Falls is consistently recognized as one of the most outstanding of nature’s wonders. Though the Iguazu river flows mainly through Brazil, over 80% of the falls are located in Argentine Province of Misiones. With a name consisting of the Guarani or Tupi words for “big” and “water” Iguazu Falls is a destination experienced travelers place near the top of their lists of “must see” adventures. Read the rest of this entry »