All this taken together – the sea and land, mountains and the coast, combined with beautiful weather almost all year round, give Fujairah a special advantage – excellent conditions for tourism. The emirate of Fujairah is located in the southeastern part of the Arabian Peninsula, its population is about 66,000 people. Here is a real expanse for all who are passionate about history. In the city of Fujairah, you can visit the ruins of an ancient fort and the surrounding settlement, now abandoned. Here you can visit the most interesting museum of archaeological settlements discovered near the neighboring towns of Kidf and Bitna. Archaeological excavations have revealed more than 40 separate sites with approximately 500 ancient burials of various types, as well as ancient buildings: majestic castles and small forts, observation towers, built for protection in almost every village. Dated a few centuries ago, they are almost completely preserved to this day. Moving from Continue reading
Archaeological finds in Hindustan and in the adjacent territory indicate that primitive man lived there already in the Paleolithic. Harappan civilization, or the civilization of the Indus Valley, appeared approx. 2500 BC and existed in its original borders for about a thousand years. Its territory stretches for 1600 km: from the coast of the Arabian Sea in the south to the foothills of the Himalayas in the north, the eastern border reached the valley of the Jamna River (in the Delhi region) and Mumbai (Bombay) on the coast, and the total area is estimated at 1300 thousand square meters . km During the heyday of the Harappan civilization, more than 800 cities and settlements were built. The largest known cities are: Mohenjo-Daro on the Indus coast in Sindh and Harappa on the coast of Ravi in Punjab, both of which are approx. 2.5 sq. km Civilization in the Indus Continue reading
Too large flippers on weak legs can cause tension and cramps, and in unreasonably small flippers you will not go far.
The shape of the fins depends on the nature of their use: for diving with a mask and snorkel, you need light fins with a shorter fin, for free diving (without a balloon) it is better to choose fins more authentic, and fins for scuba diving can be of various shapes and sizes.
Let’s start with the classification. Continue reading