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Things to Do in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

top of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

If it’s your first time in Rio in Brazil, you can’t pass up relaxing and people-watching along the shores of Copacabana or Ipanema. But don’t spend all of your time at the shore; the Marvelous City has more spectacular natural beauty to offer with sites like Tijuca National Park and Sugar Loaf. Venture into charming neighborhoods like Santa Teresa and Lapa, to get a real taste of what it means to be a Cariocas (native Brazilians born in Rio de Janeiro).

Here are the top 5 things to do in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Top Things to Do in Lima, Peru

Lima, Peru

Are you currently planning a trip to Peru? Then, you are probably wondering if Lima is worth a visit and how much time you should be spending in the city, right? So let me tell you, of all the cities in South America, Lima surprised me the most. There are just so many amazing things to do in Lima!

Hong Kong Travel: Living the Modern World Dream

Hong Kong Travel

It was the mid of February this year when our adventure club made the plan of Hong Kong travel in order to have a taste of life in one of the most significant modern and financial centers of the world. Hong Kong is in the southeastern region of China as an independent territory. For years, it has remained under the British control as part of an agreement but since 1997, its national government has run it. Hong Kong is one of the major tourist destinations in the world though it is considered expensive by the expatriates. Our Hong Travel plan was based on our quest to understand Hong Kong’s success story as well as to enjoy its glorious and spectacular life.

Yellowstone National Park, the First American National Park

Yellowstone National Park

A travel story of America’s first national park by Right Now Cleaning and Restoration, a carpet cleaning company in Butte MT, not far from Yellowstone:

Yellowstone National Park is one of those places were all components of nature have come together. We were a group of young students having a diverse propensity towards traveling and unique adventure habits. While we were traveling through America, we wanted to visit a place, which had a lot of offer for almost everyone in our group. Some of us liked to enjoy nature, landscapes, rivers, lakes, hiking. Others were more interested in places that had more to tell about the history of human civilization and the life on our planet.