Only according to official forecasts from tour operators in 2019, the Chernobyl exclusion zone will be visited by 150 thousand tourists, but the country’s authorities dream of millions of visitors…
This is almost a direct speech of the newly elected President of Ukraine, who officially declared his desire to turn the grim monument of a man-made disaster into the country’s most important landmark. And now-imagine how much money will bring tourists, whose interest is thoroughly fueled by the recent release of the eponymous series? However, there is a downside to the coin. Continue reading
Despite the small size of Israel, it is washed by two seas – the Mediterranean and the Red. However, beach holidays in the resorts of this country can be overshadowed by the presence of unpleasant inhabitants of these seas-jellyfish…
In recent years, jellyfish have multiplied as a result of human activity. Technogenic factors lead to an increase in water temperature in the ocean, and fishing leads to a reduction in the population of sea turtles, tuna and other large fish, which are the main enemies of the “sea nettle”. Once there were no poisonous jellyfish in the Mediterranean-they always lived in the Indian ocean. Continue reading
Rest on lake Baikal, as for me, should be prescribed to all Russians. A majestic place in Russia. You can get to it by any means: by car, by train, by plane to Irkutsk, and even by hitchhiking, as I did. and now I want to share, based on my experience, 10 lessons that you need to do on lake Baikal to fully experience it, as well as to get a variety of impressions from a trip to a huge lake with fresh water.
The ideal period of stay on lake Baikal is at least seven days. Recommendation from personal experience. So, let’s go! Continue reading