Original Sumatra island
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The largest lake in Africa
Lake Victoria: a sick giant Lake Victoria was discovered in 1858 British Explorer John Speke, after a few months of their research, the sources of the Nile. Then the lake…

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FISHING LAKE FRESH

 

Fishing on the lake Doubles (Big lake)

In addition to its amazing beauty of the lake Pair is famous for its fishing. A large water area of water with depths greater than 18 meters allows the coexistence of many fish species. After all, it’s ruff, perch up to trophy fish weighing up to six pounds, roach, carp, pike(notes fishermen who are spearfishing on lake Pair reaches 15-20 kg). Since the mid 90-ies of the lake was seeded specifically so, to the main list of fish have been added Peled, whitefish, bream, omul. Sometimes, there are rare instances of sturgeon. Summer fishing on lake Pair (Large).

In the summer you can fish from the shore, but in this case the catch will consist of small size perch, and ruffe Soroki. Therefore, for more effective and efficient fishing, fishing is from the boat on spinning. Large perch and pike are very willing to take on a live bait – but it all depends on the season and the skill of the fisherman. There were rare cases that the banks pulled out a pike weighing under 5 pounds – but there are already to blame for crazy fishing luck. So for a trip on the lake Paired with the goal of fishing take a boat, spinning lure, wobblers and popery. As well as a simple fishing rod for catching live bait. Bait fish you can safely catch and from the Bank. The most convenient places Continue reading

The Lake of Bitter Salt

Property description

*1. The full name of the object*

The Lake Is Brackish

*2. General*

The lake is valued for its balneological properties. It is quite large, an area of over 7 km2. The oval shape of the depression, the depth of a small, flat bottom, covered with silt deposits. The water is alkaline, bromine, highly mineralized, chloride-sodium composition. Mud dark gray color, good plasticity, its reserves exceed 1.5 million m3.

*2.1. The status of SPNA (Specially protected natural areas can have Federal, regional or local importance)

In 1985 was declared a natural landmark

*2.2. Goals, objectives and main activities*

The lake is famous for the healing properties of alkaline water and mineral mud, which are used for the treatment of articular diseases, rheumatism, sciatica.

*2.3. A list and brief description of the main objects of visiting protected areas*

The whole area is a flat feather-grass steppe. On the Southeast coast of of crushed-stone silt flows a mineral spring with delicious water, of weak mineralization, but with a high content of magnesium. The lake is famous for the healing properties of alkaline water and mineral mud, which are used for the treatment of articular Continue reading

Library of the Tourism Vertical. The largest lake in Europe – lake Ladoga

The Republic of Karelia since ancient times was called as the Lake district. And among the huge number of its lakes Ladoga stands out for its vast expanses.

On Ladoga lake more than 600 Islands(among them the famous island of Valaam). area exceeding 1 hectare.Most of them(over 500) are located in the Northern part of the lake. Many Islands separated by a maze of narrow channels, in which nothing is lost to an inexperienced traveler, give a special beauty to this part of lake Ladoga, called the skerries area. The intricate shapes of the rocky Islands, reaching sometimes a height of 60— 70 m, combined with the dismembered shores of the continent, in which deeply cut into numerous and different from each other bays.

How beautiful shores of the lake! Hostess-the nature has taken care of that there is no monotony in the Kingdom. If you cross the Ladoga, we can see how diverse, unique and beautiful view of its banks. Wide open was given the southern part of the lake are replaced in Northern rocky ridges, referred to here as “fences”, and the rocks moulded by the glacier “the mutton foreheads”. Around a mysterious forest with mighty trees, thickets of juniper and the moss-covered boulders. The lake penetrates deeply into the rocky Continue reading