Travel the World

Use this guide to help!

Regionalizing the Earth

Here are several ways you can regionalize the earth

  • Continents
  • Time zones
  • Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western

Come to Mauna Loa!

This is a volcano in Hawaii. This volcano is refuge for many animals and humans. This volcano is providing water with its gases. This volcano is the most active volcano in Hawaii. So if you ever hike up there please be careful!! While you are there you might want to visit the beach. It may be hard to get to because there are rocks following the beaches from volcano eruptions.

What do I need to bring to Mauna Loa?

  • A camera to take pictures
  • Sandals to walk on the beach
  • Hiking shoes to hike the safe parts of the volcano,
  • You really need bottles of water it's very hot there and you need to stay hydrated!

Santa Elena Rain forest

Insight to Santa Elena

This rain forest is very damp so when you are there make sure to stop and buy some water proof boots so you can walk without getting wet. This is a reserve! The animals will not hurt you unless they feel threatened. Since this is a reserve there are many places you can stay that are right near the rain forest. While you are there, check out the bakery! They have wonderful foods there you can buy. When you go hiking there are several different trails, please do not get lost.

What do I need to bring to Santa Elena?

  • Waterproof boots
  • Clothes that you don't mind getting dirty
  • Bug spray
  • Essentials
  • A camera (duh)

Tuvalu the Atoll

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Exploring Tuvalu

Tuvalu consists of 30 islands. There is a shipwreck on the lagoon side that many people come to see. Funa Futi is the main island and is also the capital. There are many things you can do such as scuba diving and you can also attend culture and traditional gatherings. This atoll is mostly known for its lagoon. This is the 4th smallest country in the world. The weather there is very nice. The temperature there normally spans from 30 degrees to 77 degrees in Fahrenheit. Here is a tip: there are very few flights that go in and out of Tuvalu, be sure to have the tickets in advance.

What do I need to bring to Tuvalu?

  • You need a swimsuit to go swimming!
  • Underwater camera
  • Bring medical stuff and be sure to get shots! There are some diseases there.

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