A mathematician by training, Pavlo worked in a bank, and then he left for India. Since then, he has been to more than 50 countries. His special love is “grey” territories like Kosovo, Iraqi Kurdistan and the Gaza Strip. He writes articles about his travels in various travel publications. Pavlo is an expert on Near East, Kenya and Ethiopia.
Singing lemurs Indri, who live in one forest on the plane. Stunning landscapes that open from the tops of the rocks of Tsinghy stone forest. And, of course, the Madagascar's iconic baobab Avenue where we will meet an unforgettable dawn.
We will walk on the suspension bridge over the sharp Tsingy rocks, meet all kinds of lemurs, enjoy unforgettable sunrise and sunset on the Avenue of the Baobabs and immerse ourselves in the traditions of the Malagasy people - the descendants of Indonesians, who ended up on an African island.
Lands, where the three highest mountain chains of the world have laid their ridges. Valleys, which have become a home for the most mysterious people. Breathtaking views and incredible varieties of traditions and religions will destroy all the stereotypes.
Travel across Southern Pakistan. Major cities and civilizations of the Indus Valley
Ready to look beyond common stereotypes? We are opening one of the most closed countries in the world! The tombs of Madain-Saleh, carved into huge blocks of limestone, ancient villages and the Masmak fortress in the desert, the wild beaches of the Red Sea on the Farasan island and the city of Abha, which is cool even in summer, await you.
Here Black Africa meets the Middle East, and the jungle mountains hide unusual rock-cut churches and stunning volcanic landscapes. It will be an unforgettable journey through northern Ethiopia!