With just 5m, Mt. Vilingili is arguably the highest mountain in the Maldives

In a country like the Maldives, where the average surface area barely rises a meter above the water, a 5.1 meter high hill is almost a mountain massif. Mount Villingili, which can be found on the island state’s only golf course, officially received a certificate as both the highest peak in the Maldives and the … Read more

Travel guide for safest and most risky countries in the world

The RiskMap, created annually by a British management consultancy, Control Risks, offers travelers a good indication of where in the world there is a high level of security and where it could become dangerous. While the RiskMap from the London management consultancy Control Risks is actually aimed at decision-makers from the economy who operate internationally, … Read more

The Hanseatic city of Hamburg offers a planetarium experience like no other

The planetarium in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg offers its visitors a unique journey into the vastness of the universe – the multiple award-winning projector show contributes to the spectacle. A real contrast, especially in summer: The Hamburg Planetarium is located in an old water tower in the middle of the Hamburg City Park – … Read more

UNESCO World Heritage Site: Völklingen Ironworks in Saarland

The Völklingen Ironworks in Saarland was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. A walk across the industrial monument takes you through a century of iron production. The Völklingen Ironworks has shaped the town of Völklingen in Saarland for more than a century. With the construction of the first blast furnace in 1882, the … Read more

Cruising the Regent’s Canal – an interesting waterway experience in London

The Regent’s Canal in London was established as the city’s waterway in the early 19th century – even today the canal enjoys great popularity with locals and tourists alike. Getting around London on foot as a tourist can be quite tedious – the Regent’s Canal offers a welcome change for visitors to the metropolis who … Read more

Here Are Some Facts About Nakuru County

Flamingos at Lake Nakuru in Nakuru County

For those that love travelling to new destinations in Kenya, Nakuru county is a favorite. The county headquarters are located in Nakuru City (the fourth city in Kenya). The code or number assigned to Nakuru is 032 and the most popular places to go to in Nakuru County are Naivasha town and Nakuru city. There are … Read more