Chile is the first in this ranking – the country with the highest recorded number of UFO sightings. Due to its low humidity, mountain ranges and clear skies with little pollution, Chile has become a favorite among UFO seekers from around the world. An abnormal phenomena research committee officially operates in this country, a government body that studies unidentified aerial phenomena under the control of the Chilean Air Force.
Among the UFO attractions that can be visited in Chile there are also observatories – such as the Atacama Desert, the ESO Paranal Observatory, which tourists can book on weekends, the ALMA Observatory in northern Chile, which is also open to visitors and tourists. In addition, the expert lists famous UFO landing sites, such as the area of Saint-Clemente in Chile, where hundreds of UFO sightings are reported. Continue reading
Tenerife is the largest and most amazing of the islands of the Canary Archipelago. Located in the Atlantic Ocean near the African coast, it combines exotic nature, warm climate, as well as Spanish culture and cuisine. At the heart of the island is the third largest volcano in the world, Teide. Its height is more than 3700 meters above sea level.
The whole island consists of mountain roads, steep descents and ascents. Therefore, when renting a car, be prepared for narrow serpentines, sharp turns and constant reconstructions, which are almost impossible to go around.
To avoid stress and calmly explore the coast, you can rent a yacht and ta Continue reading
A real traveler chooses the extraordinary. Imagine: an extraordinary culture, where hi-tech is successfully combined with centuries-old traditions, and “mass” images easily spread throughout the globe. And one of the most famous and recognizable gastronomy around the world. And even the language for which it was required to “invent” a separate language group. It is easy to guess that we are talking about Japan. However, not every tourist is ready to consider this country as a summer destination. And completely in vain! We will try to tell you what awaits those who decide to take a summer trip to Japan.
So, what to do in Japan in the summer, and in general, what is summer Japan? First of all, including for the inhabitants of the country of the Rising Sun, summer is a period of numerous fireworks and festivals. They are carried out by every prefecture of the country and almost every city. We will name only the most famous of them. Continue reading