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Botanical Garden
“one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in the world. definitely a must see. summer sunset concerts on sundays during Nov-Apr are very popular.”
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Park
“One of the most incredible and iconic places in Tenerife. Stunning scenery and breath taking views.”
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Zoo
“Loro Parque is the world-famous and adored by all animal adventure park in the Canaries. Includes aquarium, dolphin, parrots and killer whales show. Great with kids but also for adults. Awarded by TripAdvisor as one of the best zoos in the world. Respects all the animal welfare laws.”
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Garden
“The Jardin Majorelle in the city center is a must. Combine with the Yves Saint Laurent Museum just in front if you want to feel the hype of the old Marrakech fashion tradition. ”
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Cable Car
“Amazing views over CT and surrounds. Brilliant spot for a romantic sundowner or to access the wide range of hiking trails across table mountain.”
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Park
“Less than 5kms from Llamedos the West Coast National Park offers great views of the Lagoon and the Atlantic. A must if you are a Cyclist, Walker or Bird Spotter., and flower season is a must with a drive in to Postberg reserve. ”
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Volcano
“Great experience in the morning: Hiked up all the way to the top of Mount Teide, Spain's tallest peak (3,718 m / 12,220 ft) on the Canary Island of Tenerife. Sunrise at 7:58 am was absolutely stunning!!! We started the tour at 2:45 am in total darkness at 2,220 m / 7,220 ft above sea level. Quite a lovely hike - apart from the last bit which is very steep and quite challenging at this altitude. -10°C / 14°F at top. Back at sea level now with lovely 21°C / 70°F. Full disclosure: I was totally wrecked and so unable to move..”
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Shopping Centre
“V&A Waterfront offers you an opportunity to do shopping, dining, site seeing, pub crawling and experience the arts and crafts all in one venue. Primi restaurant is a definite must at V&A.”
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Casino
“Excellent restaurants, movie theatres, casino, beautiful bird park Gets extremely busy on weekends”
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Mountain
“I'm not a fan of Malaga's last beaches going north, I will skip Estepona (my personal opinion) and I will head Gibraltar, unusual place this Island, I think will to stop by and have a look around is worthy. And..it is a place free of taxes...”
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Park
“Addo Elephant National Park was proclaimed in 1931 to provide a safe haven for the few wild elephants who survived the early 20th century. Today the elephants' number in their hundreds, thanks to the efforts of the National Parks Board. Their tours concentrate on finding and viewing elephants, buffalo, rhino and lions.”
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Mountain
“Great place to get a work out hiking up lions head with some fun chains and monkey like bars to climb up rocky bits.. Brilliant surrounding views of beautiful Cape Town and its oceans.”
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Beach
“The closest you get to Saint Tropez atmosphere in Spain. Lots of restaurants and night clubs”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“Jameos del Agua, near Arrieta, this Jameo offers natural surroundings while architecture and even a museum explaining the geological history of the islands, highly recommended.”
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Park
“Timanfaya is the symbol of Lanzarote. You can drive through the park many landscapes with your car on the normal road (dir. Yaiza). If you have more time, you can book a guided tour in the very heart of the national park (very touristic so expect a lot of people). You will have to leave your car at the entrance and join the tour's bus through the moon-like lava and the vulcano's calderas. Note it is not allowed to walk/hike/bike in that part of the park.”
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Field
“ White Mountains’ National Park is the only national park in Crete. It centres around the Samaria Gorge, at an altitude of 1.200m and continues down to Ayia Roumeli, on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Along with the surrounding slopes and a number of smaller gorges branching off from it, Samaria Gorge forms the whole of the area designated as a national park, a status that offers protection to over 450 species of plant and animal, 70 of which are endemic to Crete. In the prefecture of Chania, the Samaria Gorge is the longest in Europe (total length 16km), and one of the most impressive gorges in Greece. Visitors can descend into the gorge and walk for about 6 to 8 hours. Even though the path runs downhill it requires strong, comfortable footwear and some degree of physical fitness. But it’s well worth the effort. At the end of the path, swimming, taverna lunches and picnics under a canopy of trees within full view of the Mediterranean Sea all await you.”
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