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Posts Tagged ‘South America’

Amazon Rainforest

If you hear the word “forest” may be emerging is scary.Not all creepy forest, there are some that just looks beautiful. Starting from the plant species, the diversity of fauna to make a forest scenery looks beautiful. In fact, some of whom accidentally visited to take pictures.

Here are some of the most beautiful forests in the world:

  • Mossy Forest, Malaysia
    Mossy forest is located in Cameron Highland.For entry into the forest in the mountains, must pass through the winding streets. You will also pass through the tea garden areas along the way to the forest. Arriving at the top, can see the many lichens to orchids. You also can not miss the peak of Gunung Brinchang to see the beautiful scenery.
  • Humboldt Redwoods State Park, California
    If you liked the tall trees and large, maybe this is the right place to visit. Its location is in the Northern California region.In this park there Bull Creek Flats area which has three of the 10 tallest trees in the world.
  • Great Otway National Park, Australia
    A rainforest in Victoria, Australia became one of the most beautiful forests in the world. This forest is home to a large tree ferns.Rainforests also has a beautiful waterfall. Not far from here, travelers can also find a koala who likes to play in the tree.

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angel falls

angel falls

Altitude of nearly 1,000 meters to make a waterfall in Venezuela named the highest waterfall in the world. I was so high, this waterfall was named Angel Falls waterfall or which means angel.

At the end of Mount Auyantepui in Rio Caroni, Canaima National Park, Venezuela, South America, this waterfall the water from a height of 979 meters. The name of the waterfall is actually taken from the name of the pilot who flew for the first time looking for a gold mine in 1963. The pilot named James Crawford Angel then see the waterfall and landed not far away locations. To commemorate its discovery, the waterfall was named Angel Falls.

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