Friday, March 22, 2019

Types of wonders

Description of wonders of the world

Sunland Baobab (Platland Tree)

One of the largest baobabs in South Africa is Sunland Baobab (Platland Tree). Sunland Baobab is the best known due to a peculiarity –...

Sagole Tree (Sagole Baobab)

The Champion tree of South Africa is Sagole Baobab. This really means something – in South Africa there are some of the stoutest trees...

Glencoe Baobab

Up to the recent time Glencoe Baobab was the stoutest known tree in the world - it had a circumference of 46.6 m. Going...

Wai’ale’ale Falls (Waialeale Falls, Weeping Wall)

Summit of the 1,544 m high Wai'ale'ale volcano belongs to the rainiest places of the world - here fall some 10,800 mm of rain...

Triarius

Next to the highest known eucalypt - Centurion in August 2008 there was discovered another tree giant - Triarius. Triarius is an enormous eucalypt -...

Papalaua Falls

Northern part of Moloka'i island is characterized with extremely tall cliffs, deep valleys and lush green vegetation. Extremely tall waterfalls add extra beauty to...

Jata Shankar, Pachmarhi

One of main attraction points of the beautiful surroundings of Panchmarhi town is a natural monument, site of legends and shrine - Jata Shankar. Legend Legend...

Kahiwa Falls

Some of the highest seaside cliffs in the world are stretching along the northern coast of Moloka'i island. Among the tallest ones are approximately...

Olo’upena Falls (Oloupena Falls)

Some of the highest seaside cliffs in the world - Haloku Cliffs - are stretching along the northern coast of Moloka'i island. The highest...

Wailele Falls, Moloka’i

Some of the highest seaside cliffs in the world are stretching along the northern coast of Moloka'i island. The highest ones are some 4.2...