Kenya, Africa

Kenya, crossed by the equator, is located in the east of the African continent by having neighboring South Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda. To the east, it is bordered by the Indian Ocean for about 536 km. Mount Kenya (5199m) is the highest point and Tana is its longest river. Its capital and largest city is Nairobi. The official languages are Swahili and English. National parks and reserves represent 8% of the total area of the territory and the main tourist attraction of the country. The country has 26 parks, 34 reserves and 5 sanctuaries. Mount Kenya National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Sibiloi National Park, Central Island National Park and South Island National Park (the latter three are national parks of Lake Turkana); are listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.


The best way to visit the country is with a local guide either alone or in groups. Usually the groups are formed of 4 or 5 people with a guide. There are several tour operators who offer various trips and diversity of housing.
The country is well known by tourists who like doing photo-safari.

Avudo, Montreal, Qebec, Canada

From May, 17th to September 2nd , you can attend a show designed by Daniele Finzi Pasca for the 375th anniversary of Montreal under the name of ‘Avudo’. This is a spectacle that will take you on a journey through time with projections on walls, in the open air that will captivate your attention for 30 minutes. The scenario is mainly on water, there are thirty fountains that will form large images up to 30 meters with a height of 11.50 meters; 94 containers were also used to create this magic show. The history of the river will show you the past of the city. The music, with excellent sound, was created by Maria Bonzanigo and was recorded with the Orchester Métropolitain and Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal.


The show takes place from Tuesday to Saturday at 9:30 pm and 10:30 pm. It’s free but you have to get tickets online.

If you pass by the place and there is room, you can also attend but standing because the seats are given with anticipation.

Quai King Edward, Vieux-Port de Montréal