Posts Tagged ‘National Park’

Exploring a Stone Forest – Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park Madagascar

Exploring a Stone Forest – Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park Madagascar

Tsingy is the Malagasy word for “walking on tiptoes.” And tiptoe we did, ever so carefully while exploring the spiky labrinth of limestone pillars characteristic to the national park appropriately named Tsingy de Bemaraha. The fortress of pinnacles makes it difficult to penetrate the reserve located in Western Madagascar.  We were equipped with a guide, headlamps, and […]

Aussie RT Day 27 – Pinnacles Hide and Seek

Aussie RT Day 27 – Pinnacles Hide and Seek

Nambung National Park is home to the Pinnacles Desert, where thousands of limestone pillars rise mysteriously over vast yellow sand dunes. No one knows for certain where they came from and scientist have a few theories of their creation. The Pinnacles are believed to have formed underground, possibly up to 500,000 years ago during the […]

GBF: Stacy gets stuck in Kalbarri

GBF: Stacy gets stuck in Kalbarri

Aussie RT: Day 25-26 – Kalbarri to Cervantes THE GOOD – Kalbarri We spent a few days exploring the town of Kalbarri and the National Park. We hiked along beautiful coastal trails that reminded us of Northern Cali. We were lucky and saw a humpback whale that raised his large pectoral fin and waved at […]

Aussie RT Day 18-20: Cape Range National Park

Aussie RT Day 18-20: Cape Range National Park

We were starting to get the feeling that perhaps Joel wasn’t enjoying traveling with two girls. Whenever he spotted another guy, he would immediately ditch us to hang with a bloke. We kept running into a group of four he had met in Darwin that were on our same route. We weren’t too surprised when […]

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