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Meet the sunset in a tent camp in Botswana, take a walk among the forests and lakes of the last ice age in Finland, visit the hard-to-reach region of India where a large population of snow leopards lives, and see animals from all over the world in Dubai – GEO’s guide to national and safari parks
Two thirds of Botswana’s territory is occupied by the Kalahari, the hottest desert in Africa. And surprisingly, one of the greenest and most biologically diverse regions of the planet, the Okavango Delta, adjoins it. Continue reading
Nature and technology are the two whales on which tiny Estonia stands, a country that not everyone will immediately see on the map. The third and youngest whale is modern Estonian cuisine.
text: Anna of Austria
In front of me is creme brulee with smoked bacon meringue. The plate is smoking, and its contents look more like an art object than something edible. Outside the window Viru street is noisy, expensive, stupid. Some guides will call it the main artery of the Old City, others will advise to bypass. Continue reading