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Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

In the southwest corner of Bolivia sits Salar de Uyuni, also known as Salar de Tunupa – the world’s largest salt flat. At around 4,086 square miles, this gigantic flat was formed as a result of transformations between several prehistoric Read more…


Pune, Maharashtra, India

Pune is the second-largest city in Maharashtra, falling in line just after Mumbai. Pune helps form the urban core of the Pune Metropolitan Region, an urban area with a combined population of 7.27 million people. Considered the cultural capital of Read more…


Yttygran Island, Russia

Russia has seen a huge surge in tourism. Though obtaining a visa is becoming increasingly more difficult (especially for American travelers), the country has a rich social, cultural, and geological history. Strangely, Siberia has also seen an uptick in tourism—the Read more…


Bohol Island, Philippines

Located in the Central Visayas region, Bohol is a 1st provincial income class island province of the Philippines. These provinces are classified accorded to average annual income, which means that the residents of Bohol, on average, earn 450 million Philippine Read more…


Zhangye National Geopark in Gansu, China

The Zhangye National Geopark in Gansu, China is one of the most beautiful landforms in the country. The unique and colorful rock formations cover some 124 square miles. They are smooth, sharp, and several hundred meters tall. The rock formations Read more…