Tatiana Regan

Tatiana Regan

A Travel Blog

Tatiana Regan

Tatiana Regan was interested in nature at such a young age. Her parents started to notice it when they subscribed to National Geographic and they would see her host her own Nature show when she was a little kid. After a few decades of being fascinated with nature and leaving her married life following a divorce, she decided to travel around the world documenting all the weird things of nature you may not get from the mainstream media. As of this writing, she is in Africa probably along with the pink flamingos.

Through her year of travels, she documented a lot of her trips in her journals and this made her believe that each continent that she will visit have its own wonder that everyone is not seeing through televisions and internet. That is why she is trying to let the world know about it. Some of her favorite destinations that she came across the world are the listed below. Check them out and try to put them on your bucket list. A bucket list of places you need to visit before you turn your age 10 years after.

Gran Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

The Gran Salar de Uyuni in southern Bolivia takes in excess of 10 square kilometers of salt. It feels more like a desert than a lake. The level, white scene causes optical figments and reflects hues. There’s even a lodging made essentially of salt and an island where goliath desert plants develop amidst the salt lake. It is 533 kilometers south of La Paz and 200 kilometers southwest of Potosi.

Paria Canyon, Arizona, United States

The Paria River in northern Arizona cut its very own little form of the Grand Canyon. A portion of the stone developments, including The Wave, is similarly as astounding. Guests require an allow from the Bureau of Land Management – the allow for a medium-term trek accompanies a “human waste sack,” so on the off chance that you need to visit this characteristic ponder, you’ll need to get ready to pack your waste. You can reach a guide through the Bureau of Land Management to accompany you with the trip.

Jeita Grotto, Nahr al-Kalb Valley, Lebanon

Eighteen kilometers upper east of Beirut, Jeita Grotto is contained underground limestone caverns were possessed in ancient occasions and keep on pulling in human guests with their striking hues and stalactite developments. The greatest stalactite on the planet is here. The caverns comprise of a system of loads – with an upper and a lower exhibition – extending for nine kilometers and open by an underground stream. The closest town is Juniyah, only a couple of kilometers away. Buckle visits the most recent two hours.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, Wales

This way bends 300 kilometers from St. Dogmaels to Amroth in southwest Wales. It’s frequently wet and blustery, yet in the event that you strike fortunate on a radiant day, this is a standout amongst the most lovely places on Earth. Scented gorse and blood red heather light up the way. Search for seals in the waters beneath. Ways are signposted – join the way on the rift between St. Dogmaels and Amroth. Subtleties on guided strolls and exercises can be found on the National Trails site – incorporating independently directed strolls with things exchange.