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In Season

Vantage Editor 2016-07-01 15:06

   Mauritius| Blue Bay


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Blue Bay is located near the Mauritius airport, named for the blue of the sky and sea. It is a swimming and snorkeling enthusiast’s paradise, full of clear water that you can view through a glass bottom boat. People say the best time to visit Mauritius, will be around June to November.



Greece |  Zakynthos


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Zakynthos belongs to the Ionian islands and lies outside the west coast of the Peloponnese peninsula, only a sea away from Sicily, Italy. Visit the famous Navagio beach, a cove on the northwestern shore isolated by high white cliffs and surrounded by turquois waters for a picture-perfect view.



Turkey | Pamukkale 


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“Pamukkale” means cotton castle in Turkish, and this natural site in Denizli Province in Turkey got its name as it looks like stacked layers of cotton from a distance. The site sits over volcanic activity that created natural hot springs and people have bathed in its pools for thousands of years. 



    Provence | Poems of Love and Life 


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Lavender blooms every June to August in the Luberon, around the Mont-Ventoux, in the region of Sault and that of Valréas in Provence. The region’s flower fields are a sea of inspiration, a painting of endless beautiful colors and aromas . 



  Iceland | Edge of The World 


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While the maps say Ísafjörður is a town in Iceland, it feels more like the edge of the world. And what a strange world it is, like an alien landscape sculpted by the extremes of ice and fire. The sun almost never sets in Iceland during the summer so it is convenient for summer travel and driving. 



Bolivia | A Mirror of The Sky 


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Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat - the remnant of a huge prehistoric lake that dried up some 40,000 years ago. The hard, shell-like salt marshes become a smooth mirror surface in the rainy season, its exceptional flatness creating the illusion of an infinite sky. 



Russia | Lake Baikal 


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The cresent shaped Lake Baikal in Siberia is the world’s largest freshwater lake by volume and has mesmerized visitors since age immemorial. It is like a brilliant dazzling diamond inlaid on the Siberian plain. In addition, it is also the world’s oldest and deepest lake and is blessed with great clarity, allowing you to see into the mysteries of the lake’s unique wildlife that have evolved in its cold, oxygen-rich waters. 



    Greece | The Sweetest Aegean 


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The Aegean Sea is undeniably romantic, and bathing in it with your lover is an experience every couple should do at least once. With the coast a distance away from the downtown business district, there is no hustle and bustle. 



   Austria | Plansee 


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You could not ask for better weather than Austria in July and August. Most of the locals leave the cities, so many famous attractions require almost no queuing. The beautiful Lake Plansee in Tyrol is like something out of a postcard and is popular with hikers and swimmers, and is well located for exploring the surrounding mountains. Close your eyes, it is a piece of land that can release all your imagination. 



   Australia | Rottnest Island 


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Rottnest Island is in Australia and has a coastline totalling 11 kilometers. The island is home to beautiful white sands beaches and crystal clear sea water ideal for snorkeling. The adorable quokka, which looks somewhere between a kangaroo and a cat, is indigenous to this island. 



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