Hilo is the region blessed with magnificent nature. It is located on the lush, green, breathtaking East side of Hawaii Island. It is not as popular as other destinations in this tropical paradise, but that doesn’t mean that it is not just as beautiful, if not more. Here you can experience the real beauty of Hawaiian nature -wild ginger blooming along roadsides, waterfalls plunging through hillside jungles, and rainbows cascading over lush vegetation. There is plenty of rain, which is beneficial for the vegetation, and the gulches and slopes in the Hilo area have more shades of green than you can name. The rain keeps the days cool in the summer and the air fresh and clean. Long stretches of beach with white and black sand are something special. There are also the green “beaches,” where the grass meets the water and jagged jet-black volcanic rocks that give amazing sight while blue waves shatter of them. Continue reading
The islands are the major characteristic of Greece and an very important part of the country’s tradition and culture. Greek sovereign property contains 6,000 islands and islets scattered in the Aegean and Ionian Seas, of which only 227 isles are inhabited.
This is a truly distinctive occurrence for the Western region. The Ancient Greek Archipelago requires 7,500 km from the country’s overall 16,000 km coastline, supplying an extremely diversified scenery: beaches stretching over numerous kilometers, sheltered bays and coves, soft sand beaches with sand-dunes, pebble shorelines, coast caverns with high stones and darker tinted yellow sand normal of volcanic dirt and seaside wetlands.