Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, Alaska, is world renowned for its large population of grizzly bears, attracted by the prolific numbers of salmon found in the Brooks River.
Enjoy two and a half hours of exciting action watching the world's best rodeo athletes as they compete head-to-head in six major events for a possible two million dollar prize.
‘The Alice’, as this town is affectionately known is not only a great place from which to explore the Red Centre, it also has some quirky local attractions such as the annual Camel Cup.
Being one of the richest men in the world the Sultan of Brunei's birthday is bound to be a lavish occasion and one which can be enjoyed by all the peoples of Borneo.
For many centuries Kyoto was Japan’s capital and to this day retains the nation’s greatest and most glorious concentration of cultural treasures. Tradition also plays its part with the annual Gion Festival.
The nation’s largest Independence Day celebrations are held in Washington DC in July. The main streets and monuments of the US capital form the setting for a huge parade with a procession of floats, dancing troops and marching bands playing patriotic music.
The setting for Knysna is wonderfully dramatic, hemmed in between the Knysna Lagoon and mountainous Knysna Forest. The annual Knysna Oyster Festival is one of South Africa’s most popular festivals, during which 'oyster hotspots' sell a variety of tastes and flavours.
If you are going to visit Mongolia in July then you might want to plan your trip so that you are in Ulaan Baatar, as this is where you can see the magnificent Naadam Festival - a two day event showcasing traditional sports of the Mongolian warrior.
Portland in Oregon is a laid-back and friendly city located on the Willamette River, making it an ideal location for the annual four day Oregon Brewers Festival, where visitors are given the chance to sample over 80 handcrafted beers.
The Austral Islands are some 600km south of Tahiti and every year hundreds of humpback whales visit to reproduce, calve and nurse. From around July each year it's possible to visit to see this once in a lifetime spectacle.
For wildlife viewing in Brazil there are few better places than the Pantanal between April and September - July being the ideal month. The animals and birds here are similar to those found in the nearby Amazon basin, but they are much easier to spot due to the lack of dense jungle.
The open savannahs, rolling grasslands and undulating hills sets the scene for one of the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles, the annual migration of over two million wildebeest from the plains of the Serengeti to the grasslands of the Masai Mara. One of the most iconic scenes is played out on the Mara River.
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