New Zealand is the perfect road trip destination offering up volcanoes, black sand beaches, moody forests, thermal pools, picturesque tarns, rugged ridgelines, turquoise lakes, clay cliffs and glaciers.
With its snow-capped peaks, sparkling turquoise lakes, picturesque forests and glacier carved valleys, Switzerland is a dream to visit for any type of traveller, but particularly for hikers and landscape lovers.
The alpine town of Chamonix sits in a valley framed by towering mountains and glaciers. These landscapes make it the perfect place not just for winter sports, but also for hiking.
The Tatra Mountains straddle the border between Poland and Slovakia and much of this mountain range rises over 2,000m above sea level, offering experienced hikers with a multitude of challenging, diverse trails delivering incredible views.
If you’re looking for a unique experience in Africa, then camping in the Okavango Delta may be just what you’re after. The Okavango Delta is located in Botswana and is one of the world’s most unique ecosystems - home to hippos, giraffes, elephants, wildebeest, warthogs and a plethora of other animals.
Luxembourg isn't typically on a European itinerary, but it's worth a look for a couple of days to visit the capital's Old Town and explore unique rock formations in the country's east.
India can be an overwhelming place – especially for first time travellers. I’m not going to sugarcoat it – India is intense. It’s loud, dirty, polluted and chaotic. But there is a certain charm if you can handle navigating the hectic streets, block out the background sounds of constant horns and enjoy roaming forts.