the highest mountains and the longest glaciers

Australia's Best Travel

New Zealand's 29 regions stretch more than 1,600 kilometres across two main islands. New Zealand's 14 national parks embrace more than 30,000 square kilometres of scenic beauty. Aoraki Mount Cook National Park is home of the highest mountains and the longest glaciers. It is alpine in the purest sense - with skyscraping peaks, glaciers and permanent snow fields, all set under a star-studded sky. Kaikōura is a base for wildlife experiences of all kinds – it’s also a great place to eat crayfish. An easy two-hour drive north of Christchurch, Kaikōura makes for a great day trip or a fun stop on your way to Marlborough.

The Eighth Wonder of the World

Europe's Best Travel

Pamukkale, which is known as Denizli’s largest city as its population; which is the center of the most important cultures since antiquity and is famous for its healing hot springs. Pamukkale, famous for its travertines formed by thermal waters containing calcium oxide...

the most dramatic and mesmerizing light

America's Best Travel

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is located on the Navajo Nation—one of the largest American Indian tribes. This sandy preserve bathes the region between Arizona and Utah in rich red hues, adding to its reputation of having some of the most...

beautiful nature of Kazakhstan on a horseback

Asia's Best Travel

Experience authentic culture of Kazakhstan and feel yourself a real nomad by living in a real yurt, participating in eagle hunting shows, tasting delicious meals of Kazakh cuisine or exploring beautiful nature of Kazakhstan on a horseback.

beauty and diversity of which is overwhelming

Africa's Best Travel

South Africa is the southernmost sovereign state in Africa, the beauty and diversity of which is overwhelming. Covering an area of 471,443 Sq Km, it is the 25th largest country in the world by land area. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west...

Protecting the World's Oceans

World's Oceans

Nearly two-thirds of the ocean lies beyond the jurisdiction of nations. Those marine areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) cover half of our planet. They contain natural wonders equivalent to those on land such as fossilized islands covered in staggering coral diversity, giant volcanoes forming vast seamounts that dwarf the tallest mountains on land, a floating golden rainforest on the ocean surface or deep dark places with up to 60metres high white spires of rock that look like lost cities beneath the waves but might hold the keys to understanding the origins of life on earth.

Built during a time when Egypt was one of the richest and most powerful civilizations