In the mountain valley of the Fiord-land National Park, hides the deepest lake of New Zeland (1,516 feet deep) called Hauroko. Nestled between the similarly-sized lakes, Monowai and Poteriteri the lake and its island became a popular tourist attraction lately.
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We’ve seen the rabbit island, the cat island and now it’s the ponies turn to show us their island of Foula in Britain, which has more fairy tale-like miniature ponies than human inhabitants.
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Travelling to Miyake-jima in Japan requires a special accessory in your suitcase – a gas mask. You may wonder why?
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Welcome to la Isla de las Muñecas – the Island of the Dolls in Mexico!
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The largest and only permanently populated island of the Svalbard archipelago in northern Norway is a place you will definitely be amazed by. Peace and perfection screams out of its landscape.
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If you are a rabbit lover, Okunoshima will be like a paradise to you. It’s about a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan in the city of Takehara, Hiroshima Prefecture.
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Alcatraz today is one of the most visited tourist attractions but in the past it was a horror place because of the conditions prisoners lived inside.
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Constructed from sand dredged from the bottom of the Persian Gulf, Palm Jumeirah and Palm Jebel Ali are two artificial islands on the coast of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
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Tashirojima, also called The Cat Island, is a small island in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan on the northern coast of Japan.
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Small Japanese island Okunoshima can be considered as one large zoo for rabbits. This island becomes home to more than 300 rabbits and they are walking free throughout the island.
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