If you had a plane ticket in your hand that allowed you unrestrained passage to the supernatural wonders of the world, where would you first stamp your passport? And, after that? We believe these outstanding locations on Earth will help guide you in the right direction. Extending from the Atantic Ocean to the Red Sea, the Sahara Desert stuns the senses in its sun-struck majesty. No larger desert exists on Earth. Far across the world from the African continent, climatic forces have historically sculpted and shaped the exciting Alaskan frontier, which to this day supports a healthy, wild land that begs to be explored. Back in Africa, share in the wonder that is Victoria Falls. As the Zambezi River meanders eastward, its waters find deep solace in the plunge that are Africa’s magnificent falls, named after Queen Victoria. Two national parks on the North American continent share special, indefinable qualities: Grand Canyon and Banff. These two soul-replenishing parks certainly deserve a visit or two in a lifetime, and the memory burns you gain from your visit to them will certainly last a lifetime. Moving southeastward, the surging flow of the Amazon Rainforest courses through northern Brazil, eventually succumbing to the depths of Iguazu Falls that thunders in your heart with its overwhelming force. Now, if you wanted to make sure that you covered a large swath of Earth, you would have to book an excursion to one of the oldest continents on the planet, Australia, in order to witness one of Earth’s great colossuses – Uluru, also know as Ayers Rock.
Two of Sydney’s most well known beaches are Manly and Bondi. The Corso leads you into Manly Beach where you can catch some rays or test your courage at Manly Ocean World and dive with sharks. Bondi Beach is quite a pretty beach, and it is the location where concept of lifeguarding first took root.Watch Now >>
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.Watch Now >>
The Australian coastal regions harbor some of the most exciting sea life on the planet. The Great Barrier Reef alone accounts for enough concentrated biodiversity that the entire ocean surrounding it benefits from its existence. If you dreamt of a place like Daintree National Park, it would be one you hope you would revisit inWatch Now >>
Explore the history behind the community surrounding Margaret River. In the Wardan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, witness how Australians have taken the initiative to preserve aboriginal culture, and in turn allow the world a chance to learn more about their deep roots on the continent.Watch Now >>