TAI NATIONAL PARK, Ivory Coast: The Park is situated on a Precambrian granite low-relief plain which slopes down from the gently undulating drier north to more deeply dissected land in the south where the rainfall is heavy. This plain formed by 541 million years ago. It contains one of the last areas of primary rainforest in West Africa. 5 mammal species here are on the red list of threatened species: pygmy hippopotamus, olive colobus monkeys, leopards, chimpanzees & Jentink's duiker…
GoAltaCA | The ultimate planning guide for a California Pacific Coast Highway 1 Road Trip. It includes all of the sightseeing stops, things to do, places to EAT, and where to stay. It includes breathtaking photos and itineraries to help you plan the ultimate road trip. Plus tips for traveling with kids. This is the perfect family vacation road trip guide to see stunning blue ocean coastlines, massive redwoods, and charming coastal towns.
7 Places You Have To Eat Along The Pacific Coast Highway
7 Places You Have To Eat Along The Pacific Coast Highway #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/eating-up-the-west-coast-book#slide-6 Almond Pancakes At Mendo Bistro"I'm not exaggerating when I say this buttermilk syrup is unlike any food you have ever eaten, anywhere," Binns says. "It is simply and unexpectedly sublime."Mendo Bistro, 301 N Main Street, Fort Bragg; 707-964-4974.
8 Hidden Towns in California That Should Be on Your Radar
#GoAltaCA | A lot of travelers will have already experienced the pleasures of California’s big four destinations -- Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento and San Diego -- but the state is so varied and diverse that there is plenty of adventure to be found in breaking out to the smaller towns that dot the Golden State. From the redwoods of the Pacific Coast to the mountains of the Sierra Nevada, California is full of unexpected, hidden towns rife with individuality. But where to go first?