What’s the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River? At 28 miles (45 km) in length, 15 miles (24 km) in width, 370 feet (113 meters) at its deepest and 124 miles (200 km) of shoreline the answer is Flathead Lake, in northwestern Montana. In all, it’s nearly 200 square miles (518 square kilometers) provide plenty of space for the boater, sailor, swimmer, camper and angler to partake of their favorite water-borne recreation. And for other recreationists, such as hikers and mountain bikers, campgrounds, picnic areas and trails scattered along the shoreline offer views of the lake and the surrounding mountain peaks.
Flathead Lake, at slightly less than 3,000-feet (914 meters) elevation, occupies a basin that was scoured out by a huge glacier about 12,000 years ago. The Flathead and Swan Rivers at the northern end are the major streams that replenish the lake, while the Flathead River drains out of the lake’s southwestern end at the town of Polson.
To reach Polson from the south, you’ll drive through the Flathead Indian Reservation occupied by the Salish (Flathead) and Kootenai tribes. The lake is named for the Flathead Indians, who got their name from the flattened foreheads they would get
Of all the beaches in all the cities across the world, you should swim in Cyprus’. Fly to this beautiful Mediterranean island and enjoy the pleasures of the rejuvenating sun, sizzling sand and an invigorating swim in an azure sea. Let’s sail through the country’s top 7 beaches below:
Coral Bay: Enclosed in rocky caves and cliffs of the western coast, this beach is family-friendly. You can also indulge in water-skiing and diving here while the children can have a safe swim at the bay’s shallow shore.
Porto Pomos: A deep blue sea and a rocky coastline, this beach is on the wild, wild, west side of Cyprus. You can visit the Latchi fishing village and the astoundingly scenic town of Polis nearby too. One of the most unexplored beaches of the country, Pomos’ westmost shoreline is thrilling and exciting. A swim here is a lifelong memory.
Mackenzie Beach: The party beach of Cyprus, this Larnaca beach is super-close to the airport. Here, a multitude of beach bars line-up to quench your thirst while a plethora of music generates an astounding aura for the locals and tourists alike.
Nissi Beach: This Ayia Napa beach is a favorite of youngsters. A breeding ground for parties
Ontario is one of the southern provinces of Canada. It’s the most populated province, as 40 % of Canada’s population lives here. It is also a famous historic place, with a full range of attractions, touristic hotspots and travel opportunities.
One of the province’s most important natural sightseeings, that Ontario is famous for, is obviously Niagara Falls. Millions of tourists come to see this attraction and walk along the magnificent landscapes every year. Niagara Falls consists of three waterfalls that flow in this area. Together they form the highest flow rate of any waterfall in North America. It is stunning, beautiful and also beneficial in the terms of recreation and industry.
Another “must see” here is the CN Tower, one of the most recognized across the globe. It is 553 meters high, lit up at night and can be seen from every angle of the city. The view from the Tower is astounding, looking over the whole city and the lake.
Tourists also love to explore the provincial and national parks. In the south part of the province you can travel through the deep forests of Algonquin, French River, Killarney Provincial Parks, Bruce Peninsula National Park, etc.
However, Ontario is famous not only for
Exploring new and different places always ends up with great memories and stories to be remembered later in life. Also, when you get to meet new people, you are able to understand the human psychology in a better way.
It has also been proved that travelling improves one’s overall health and refreshes the mood. Take a break from your hectic and mundane life schedules, and go out for some time to be spent in the lap of nature, or anywhere you have always wanted to go. You never know what life has in store for you.
Various benefits of travelling are given below.
1. Real-life Education
One always get to meet new people and explore new places while on a trip, and this provides you with new information and education, which you can never get at traditional schools. Schools never provide us with the real-life experiences. You will get to know about different cultures and societies and their way of living by travelling. Overall everything new is served you.
2. Improves Social and Communication Skills
If you are an introvert person, travelling can help you in improving your personality. You will meet different types of people, of different regions and religions, and you have to communicate