Fernando de Noronha is an archipelago of 21 islands and islets in the Atlantic Ocean. The wild, natural beauty found above and below the sea are the main attractions of the region, where you can observe sea tortoises, dolphins, albatrosses, and some of the most stunning beaches on Earth.
Australia’s rugged landscape will grow on you as you take in the country’s unique and interesting deserts and wetlands. Behold King’s Canyon’s and its rare plant life, and majestic Flinders Ranges. Explore magical Lake Eyre’s thousands of water birds, ancient Kakadu’s thundering waterfalls, and original Aboriginal rock art.
No journey is complete to Australia’s east coast without a visit, or even a dive, to experience the Great Barrier Reef. From the microscopic, to the ever so large, the Great Barrier Reef is home to a wide variety of marine life, including the clownfish, which served as the model for Nemo in the film
Laura McKenzie means it when she says that Queenstown is the “adventure capital of the world.” Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is surrounded by “The Remarkables,” mountains in the center of New Zealand’s South Island.