Shogran Adventures | Pakistan | Venturers’ Club

Stay at Shogran Ventures of The Venturers’ Club is the name of;

Having fun, staying safe while treading lightly …

So, we are really feeling exceedingly excited for completion of another successful memorial hike to take note of all the good our participants were doing for their health with our enthusiastic venturers.

We are proud for planned Shogran Hike for all of you to spend a wonderful and exploratory time in such a striking season. It was even more enjoyable than our preceding Peer Chanasi Snow Hike that also attracted the additional attention of media.

Hiking is bit like a life as the best view comes after the hardest climb. Though, it was not the hardest hike because we always provide our venturers the most comfortable and affordable package to enjoy their lives in an adventurous way to become more active and healthy for a routine life.

Hurry up, come and join us for upcoming spellbinding ventures with our zealous team.

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Mount Jefferson Sunset and Campout | Mark Thompson

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Glendale Springs, North Carolina.

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Posted by Mark Thompson on Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Tall Ships are coming to Galveston, Pensacola and New Orleans.

Tall Ships are coming to Galveston, Pensacola and New Orleans.  http://www.galvestonhistory.org/events/tall-ships-galveston-2

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Photos by BSA Sea Scouts Southern Region Commodore TW Cook in Galveston, TX

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The Netherlands. The three-masted topsail schooner ‘Oosterschelde’ is the last remaining representative of the large fleet of schooners that sailed under the Dutch flag at the beginning of the 20th century. As the largest restored Dutch sailing ship the ‘Oosterschelde’ is a monument for Dutch shipbuilding and maritime navigation under sail. https://www.oosterschelde.nl/ship/?lang=en

Here are some photos of today’s tall ships with his ‘real’ camera:
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Parque Nacional Canaima | Venezuela | Alberto Pomares

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albertopomares_photography Amaneciendo en #Ucaima con el #Kurun#Kusary y #Kurawaik tepuys al fondo del paisaje.
#IgersGuayana #Canaima #ParqueNacionalCanaima
#Carrao #Panoramica #Tepui
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albertopomares_photography Poblado indígena de Mayupa en el río #Carrao #ParqueNacionalCanaima
#IgersGuayana #Canaima #Panoramica #Ucaima
#Kurun #Kusary #Kurawaik #TokPochik #Tepui #Auyantepui
#AlbertoPomares #Landscape #Nature #Panoramic #Photography #Venezuela #LaGranSabana #Auyan-Tepui #Sunrise#Travel
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albertopomares_photography Curiaras, troncos de árboles muy grandes transformados en medios de transporte.
#CampamentoUcaima #IgersGuayana#Canaima #ParqueNacionalCanaima
#Carrao #Panoramica #Ucaima
#Kurun #Kusary #Kurawaik #TokPochik#Tepui #Auyantepui
#AlbertoPomares #Landscape #Nature#Panoramic #Photography #Venezuela#LaGranSabana #Auyan-Tepui #Sunrise#Travel #Curiara
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albertopomares_photography Espejo al amanecer en el #Carrao#ParqueNacionalCanaima 
#IgersGuayana #Canaima
#Panoramica #Ucaima
#Kurun #Kusary #Kurawaik #TokPochik#Tepui #Auyantepui
#AlbertoPomares #Landscape #Nature#Panoramic #Photography #Venezuela#LaGranSabana #Auyan-Tepui #Sunrise#Travel
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albertopomares_photography Río Carrao y los tepuyes desde Ucaima. Esta semana dedicada a Canaima. 
#Carrao #panoramica #Ucaima
#Kurun #Kusary #Kurawaik #TokPochik#Tepui #Auyantepui
albertopomares_photography#igersguayana #Canaima#ParqueNacionalCanaima
#AlbertoPomares