Welcome back to the Life around the World contest! The last post showed fish swim in the South Pacific off the popular holiday island of Bora Bora in French Polynesia. Surrounded by a lagoon and a coral reef, Bora Bora is famous for its overwater bungalows with glass floors that provide a
Welcome back! The Life around the World photo from last month depicted a man strolling along the Malecón in Havana, Cuba. Started in 1901 to protect Havana from the water, the wall stretches for 8 kilometers and is a popular place to take a stroll and enjoy street entertainment. In bad
Welcome to another month of the Life Around the World Contest! Last month’s photo shows rowers taking part in the 42nd annual Vogalonga in Venice, Italy. The Vogalonga is a famous non-competitive regatta that started in 1974 as a protest against motorboats. Its 30 km route goes through many picturesque parts
Here at National Geographic Learning, we’re excited to kick off another month of the Life Around the World Contest! In last month’s photo, a crowd throws petals during the Flower Holi Festival, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India. The colorful Holi festival celebrates spring, love and the victory of good over evil.
Thank you for those who participated in the first month of the Life around the World Contest! In last month’s photo, artists perform the fire dragon dance during a celebration for Spring Festival at Wuhan Happy Valley, Hubei, China. Dragons are a symbol of China and are believed to bring good