10 Most Mystical Spots In Hawaii

Hawaii is actually the name of the entire state that groups this archipelago of islands paradise lost in the Pacific Ocean. The archipelago is composed of more than 130 islands, including 6 main islands: Oahu, Hawaii or “the Big Island”, Maui, Kauai, Molokai and Lanai – followed by Niihau and Kahoolawe.

Each island is different and has its own interest, with the Kauai cliffs, the coasts of Waikiki Beach on Ohau, the sandy stretches of Papohaku Beach on Molokai, the crystal clear waters and dolphins of Hulopoe Bay on Lanai,Volcanoes of Hawaii The Big Island

Bamboo Forest, Haleakala National Park, Maui


The Queen’s Bath, Kauai


Sea cliffs of Molokai



Glass Beach, Kauai


Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees


Sweetheart Rock, Lanai


Annual lantern floating memorial ceremony, Ala Moana Beach, Oahu


The top of Mauna Kea, Big Island


 Banzai Pipeline, Oahu



Swimming with dolphins in Mauritius guidelines


Swimming with dolphins represents the dream for many, adult or children. It is an experience of a lifetime, in a place renowned both for its breathtaking scenery and its great respect for dolphins, whales and other mammals : Mauritius


However, if the conditions in this country are optimal to go to the meeting and swim with the dolphins , if your dream is to swim with dolphins (free, of course!), The first thing to do is to find out more about The conditions of this kind of encounters, and choose accordingly. Indeed, if you wish to swim dolphins, it is most certainly because you like these animals meeting them in their natural habitat promote their freedom and help grow awareness for this stunning animals.


If you sail, you may have already had the opportunity to meet dolphins accompanying your boat. Maybe even you’ve already swum with them. Anyway, if you find yourself one day in the presence of dolphins and you want to jump in the water with them, here are some guidelines to respect:


Do not throw yourself (literally) into the water

By throwing you loudly in the water, you will probably make the dolphins want to go somewhere else! So be sure to enter calmly into the water, whatever your level of excitement. You do not want to give the impression to our dolphins friends that you are a rude character. Respect their life and environment and always remember that you are a guest in this giant and mysterious place we call the ocean.


Do not touch the dolphins

This is probably one of the most important rules. If you get to intrigue a dolphin or a group of dolphins, they will come and observe you, do some laps around you. Do not use it to try to caress them. It is the dolphins who will initiate, perhaps, a contact. Anyway, do not take the lead. Especially since, in certain circumstances, this can lead to undesirable reactions from them. These animals are known for their good humanness, but they are mostly wild animals, do not forget it.
Visual contact

Try to create a visual contact with the dolphins that will come to meet you. Those who have the opportunity to exchange a look with a dolphin, a whale or a sperm whale will tell you: there are many things that pass (some even speak of telepathy). Whatever may be a very strong impression, which may give you the certainty, if you had not already, that these creatures are indeed of extraordinary intelligence and sensibility.


Diving with the great white shark in South Africa

Who have never dreamed about swimming with the dolphins, almost everyone of us, but fewer would be tempted to dive in the sea knowing that the great white sharks are in the area waiting for the perfect moment to eat you alive.

great white shark south africa

In South Africa you can dive safely to see the great white sharks in their natural habitat without losing a body part in the process. The cage diving with shark is really popular along the South African coast line.

great white shark south africa

The attraction focus on the preservation and understanding of this magnificent creature. The cage diving was set up to educate people on the importance of the role that sharks have in the food chain cycle of the ocean. Unfortunately human being consider sharks as a nuisance and a man eater but in reality in most cases of sharks attack, the surfers are the most vulnerable because they look exactly like seals when they paddle to catch the waves the favorite dishes of the great white shark.

shark attraction south africa

Shark Cage Dive

7 best hot Springs around the world

The Cascate del Mulino

The Cascate del Mulino

Natural spa, where the water is warm and the view is amazing. Actually the word warm doesn’t really do this water justice. It’s 37°C constantly and comes from a source underground brimming with sulphur and other minerals. It’s these minerals which I’m told have been curing minor ailments since the time of the Romans.


Lake Garda Hot Spring

lake garda hot srping

The shores of Garda are studded with pretty harbour towns, Sirmione, with its cobbled streets, its 13th-century castle and, above all, the ruined Roman villa lying at the tip of the promontory: the Grotte di Catullo – not a grotto, but that’s what the early Venetian explorers called it when they came upon what they thought were natural caves in the thick undergrowth, not realising they had stumbled on a vast treasure, the most important Roman site in northern Italy.


Bormio  Hot Spring

bormio hot spring

The baths of Bormio (Sondrio) are formed by a pond with stones that gather a hot bowl of crystal clear water . The view still preserves the memory of the movements of the rock. The red and gray stone blend seamlessly into the background of emerald green vegetation that stands proud of the blue. The baths are completely free access.

Jigokudani Monkey Park, Japan

snow monkey hot spring

The Jigokudani Monkey Park offers is a  unique place in Japan where you will see wild monkeys bathing in a natural hot spring. The park is inhabited by Japanese Macaques, which are also known as Snow Monkeys.


Angseri Hot Springs, Bali

bali hot spring

If you want to visit Angseri Hot Spring, located in the district of Tabanan, you should make sure that your driver knows where you finally would like to end up. Air Panas Angseri, is not very popular with tourists as it provides just the minimum for the basic needs.


Ma’in Hot Springs, Jordan

jprdan hot spring

Hot thermal springs at Hammamat Zarqa Ma’in and Al-Himma and take time out to visit some of the historic architecture of the area.
Close by are two sites linked by tradition to Herod the Great. One is the palace at Mukawir (Machaerus), where Salome traditionally danced, and where John the Baptist was beheaded. King Herod was said to have bathed in the medicinal waters of the springs and people have come here for thermal treatments, or simply to enjoy a hot soak, since the days of Rome.


Kiraly Baths, Budapest

budapest hot spring

Király Bath or Király fürdő is a thermal bath that was first built in Hungary in the second half of the sixteenth century, during the time of Ottoman rule. The bath and its neighborhood have since become part of the consolidated city of Budapest.

Most beautiful places on earth part 1

The planet earth has many hidden or popular places where travelers like to take pictures and most of all create unforgettable memories. There are places on earth that look like a dream, a place you would never imagined could exist in this reality. Here are some of the most wonderful places on earth you should visit before you die.

Huayna Picchu – Machu Picchu, Peru

Huayna Picchu - Machu Picchu, Peru

Skógafoss waterfall Iceland

Skógafoss waterfall iceland

Mini Island Honolulu Hawaii

Mini Island Honolulu Hawaii

Greece Santorini


Seychelles Islands

Seychelles islands





Bora Bora

Bora Bora

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Rio Tinto, Spain


Rio Celeste Costa Rica

rio celeste costa rica

Phraya Nakon Cave, Thailand.

Phraya Nakon Cave, Thailand.

 Mauritius Island

mauritius island

Natural Swimming Holes Around the World

Dreaming of a never ending swimming pool and clear blue water. The natural swimming holes is the dream for all the sea lovers.

Adriatic Sea

Roca Vecchia, ItalyAdriatic sea Roca Vecchia

According to legend, a stunning muse once bathed in this constellation of limestone pools, known ever since as the Grotta della Poesia (Grotto of Poetry). To bards from miles around, both lady and lagoon were an inexhaustible source of inspiration; one of them still is. Summer visitors to Puglia’s Salento Peninsula flock to these Adriatic waters, 15 miles east of Lecce (dubbed the Florence of the South for its superabundance of more-is-more Baroque monuments). Stay at the Patria Palace Hotel, a 67-room eighteenth-century aristocratic mansion opposite the Basilica di Santa Croce (39-08-322-45111; doubles from $270). At Roca Vecchia, dive into the Italian beach scene. When you’ve had your fill of sun, sand, and the requisite ledge-jumping, head two miles south to the seaside town of Torre dell’Orso to cool off with a gelato at Pasticceria Dentoni (Piazza della Chiesa). But resist (if you can) the bakery’s warm cornetti—it is, after all, swimsuit season.

YOU’LL SHARE THE WATER WITH Blooms of gentle rhizostome jellyfish, which appear during the summer months. Fear not: They rarely sting.

Cenote Ik-Kil

Near Chichén Itzá, Mexico

Cenote Ik-Kil Mexico

The Mayans once used the inky waters of this ancient sinkhole for human sacrifice to the rain god Chac. Thankfully, it’s a different scene today. Visitors to the Yucatán Peninsula indulge in this 130-foot-deep pool on their way to Chichén Itzá, the UNESCO World Heritage Site two miles away. The Lodge at Chichén Itzá has 39 thatched-roof bungalows set amid 100 acres of landscaped gardens, with three pools of its own and a private entrance to the ruins. Load up on fresh fruit from the property’s garden before attempting the precipitous 85-foot staircase leading to the cenote’s surreal depths (800-235-4079; doubles from $250).

YOU’LL SHARE THE WATER WITH Small, quick-swimming catfish that you’ll only see not feel.

Blue Lagoon

Grindavík, Iceland

Blue Lagoon Grindavík, Iceland

The country’s economy may have cooled, but at the Blue Lagoon, the phosphorescent, geothermal waters run hot year-round (354-420-8800; admission, $40). Book a room at Reykjavík’s 101 Hotel (354-580-0101; doubles from $459) before boarding one of Reykjavík Excursions’ Blue Lagoon motor coaches that wend for 40 minutes past lava fields painted a vivid green by lichen and moss (354-580-5400; round-trips from $25). Back in Reykjavík, the new Ólafur Elíasson–designed Harpa concert hall, home to both the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and the Icelandic Opera, is a ten-minute walk from the hotel (Austurbakki 2; 354-528-5050). For a cutting-edge culinary experience, book ahead at Dill, where the locavore menu is in constant flux but regularly includes both reindeer and moss (354-552-1522; three-course dinner, $59).