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Pack your bags and grab your credit card - the world has a lot to offer, and we have selected 15 places we believe ...
Pack your bags and grab your credit card - the world has a lot to offer, and we have selected 15 places we believe you should visit in your lifetime.
Dive into the Great Blue Hole, located off the coast of Belize, for the ultimate underwater diving experience. It is said that the deeper you go, the water becomes brighter and the formations more complex.
A sea of tulips will make a happy spring for everyone. So book your ticket to the Netherlands and enjoy the explosion of colours and scent, and the overall astonishing sight of the tulip bulbs.
If you want to experience every stage of the water cycle, you should see the Mendenhall Ice Caves in Alaska. In these caves, the water runs over rocks under blue ceiling covers, inside a glacier.
If you wondered what heaven on Earth looks like, you'll find out on the Vaadhoo Island, in the Maldives. A sea of blissful imagery reveals itself at night, and the secret is the phytoplankton, or marine microbe, that glows in the dark.
The absolutely clear waters and pure silica sand of Whitehaven stretch over seven kilometres along Whitsunday Island in Australia. This gorgeous beach provides the greatest sense of enjoyment, recreation and the best getaway.
The Tunnel of Love is a mysterious and very beautiful train tunnel of trees. This romantic place is so enchanting that it is believed that if you and your loved one come here and make a wish, it will come true.
The Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons in Arizona are a proof of nature's majestic forces. Created over many thousands of years ago by the power of wind and water, slowly carving and sculpting the sandstone into forms, and textures, you can observe ravishing shafts of light between the canyon walls.
The cenotes in Mexico are fascinating, enigmatic and quite unique underwater sinkholes, offering the most spectacular adventures in the Yucatán Peninsula. You can dive, or simply swim and relax in the crystal clear waters.
Located exclusively in Waitomo, New Zealand, the glowworms are very small, bioluminescent creatures that display a blue-greenish light, mesmerizing you with their twinkling glow from the caves' ceiling. The caves also fascinate with their limestone formations.
Due to the high salt water content, the Retba Lake is the home of a micro-algae that gives the lake its pink colour. Impressive, ha?
Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, is a spectacular phenomenon happening beyond the Arctic Circle. The northern parts of the countries in Scandinavia are the best place to see this astonishing occurrence. The harsh winter temperatures are not appealing, but the sight will amaze you!
The volcanic island of Santorini stretches on tall cliffs, that are lined up with snowy white houses, offering you stunning views of the sunset. Santorini will charm you with rocky villages, traditional architecture, black pebbled beaches, picturesque streets and old churches, and of course, taverns.
The Taj Mahal is a mausoleum made entirely of white marble. This architectural beauty located in Agra, India, is a must-see masterwork.
Positioned on the Easter Island in Chile, the Moai statues are stone human figures. Even though their purpose is still a mystery, these massive giants will amaze you with their grandness.
The ancient city of Machu Picchu is a wonderful creation of the Inca Empire, a civilization recognized for outstanding cultural values. The ruins of Machu Picchu are a very remarkable archaeological site and a great travel destination.