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Bohemian Paradise Cesky Raj

Bohemian Paradise – Cesky Raj – A Day Trip From Prague

After spending a few days exploring Prague’s well preserved medieval history-rich city, it was time for us to check out what the Czech countryside had in store. And what better place is there than a day trip from Prague, hiking through the Bohemian Paradise. Bohemian Paradise, also known as Cesky Raj in Czech, is the oldest protected nature …

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Hiking Koh Tao Part 3 West Coast Viewpoint And Laem Thian

A Day Spent Hiking On Koh Tao, Thailand – Part Three – West Coast Viewpoint & Laem Thian

Over the last two series on A Day Spent Hiking On Koh Tao we visited seven different little bays and two stunning viewpoints. In part one of our series, we hiked along Koh Tao’s beautiful west coast from Mae Haad to Chalok Bay passing some of the islands less visited and wonderful beaches. In part …

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Mango Viewpoint Hiking On koh Tao

A Day Spent Hiking On Koh Tao, Thailand – Part Two – Fraggle Rock & Mango Viewpoint

In part one of our series A Day Spent Hiking On Koh Tao, we took you from Mae Haad to Chalok Bay. During the hike, we passed seven different bays giving you an opportunity to discover some of Koh Tao’s nicest and less visited beaches. In part two of this series, we will not be hiking to …

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Hiking Koh Tao

A Day Spent Hiking On Koh Tao, Thailand – Part One – Mae Haad To Chalok Bay

Koh Tao is mostly known for its scuba diving and bar hopping along the beach. But this little gem has a lot more to offer than just that. Scattered with beautiful beaches and little bays, Koh Tao is a steep and hilly island offering great hiking trails. With some of these leading to the best viewpoints …

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