Parag

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18th January 2010

Parag's activity

  1. April 2010
  2. Parag commented on Liwonde National Park in Malawi

    "Liwonde national park is Malawi's most sort out national parks. It is that kind of a park where one day you could see nothing and the next day everything."

  3. Parag commented on Diving the Abu Nuhas ship graveyard in El Gouna, Egypt

    "Red sea has become a divers paradise as it offers some of the most beautiful and adventurous diving experience. One need's calm seas in order to get to the wrecksite. The main part of the ship lies in a fairly upright position at the bottom of the reef, …"

  4. March 2010
  5. Parag commented on Tuareg Salt Caravans in Niger

    "Salt is necessary for Sahelian domestic animals as well as it are in short supply also it is a restricted deposit collective with weighty consumption ensuring money-making markets. "

  6. Parag commented on Tunis Medina in Tunis, Tunisia

    "The Medina of Tunis is perhaps the best Medina in the country, whilst the sites are nothing spectacular, and you can walk straight past them if you do not keep an eye out!, but the atmosphere of the labyrinthine streets is great."

  7. February 2010
  8. Parag commented on Unique Creatures of Park National de Montagne d’Ambre in Antsiranana, Madagascar

    "The forests of Montagne d’Ambre National Park offer a home to 75 different bird species, 35 of which are endemic. These include the faucon, martinet, wild pigeon and perroquet."

  9. Parag commented on Penguins of Simon's Town in Cape Town, South Africa

    "The penguins performing antics is as good a sight you can hope to see.Actually there are seventeen species of penguins in all but the African Penguin is the only one to inhabit the African continent and its inshore islands."

  10. January 2010
  11. Parag commented on Diving the Abu Nuhas ship graveyard in El Gouna, Egypt

    "I think these are of the best underwater discoveries after the ship wreckage of Titanic.Now I can feel what it takes to be diver."

  12. Parag commented on Air and Ténéré Natural Reserves in Niger

    "The Tenere is a desert region in the south central Sahara. It comprises a vast plain of sand stretching from northeastern Niger into western Chad, occupying an area of over 154,440 square miles.Its boundaries are said to be the Aïr Mountains in the west,…"

  13. Parag commented on Tuareg Salt Caravans in Niger

    "Each winter Tuareg caravans cross Niger's Tenere desert to fetch salt from the Bilma oasis and barter millet for dates. Salt is indispensable for Sahelian livestock and scarce local deposits combined with heavy consumption ensure profitable markets."