The third lowest place on Earth with acid-spewing geysers, sulfur flower formation, and surreal colors
The southeastern coast of of the Pacific island nation of Samoa has some of the world’s most incredible beaches
Holland is famous for its Tulipmania. IN April and May, endless fields of tulips light up the countryside all the way to horizon.
In the heart of inaccessible Utah/Arizona wilderness lies the most incredible sandstone rock formation on Earth.
High above the Arctic Circle in the north of the country, witness the dynamic light show paint the sky above the stunning Nordic scenery
Right in the heart of Sahara, ride a camel caravan across the endless landscape of massive sand dunes.
Come face to face with Eastern Mountain Gorillas, massive apes peacefully munching on bamboo and grass just feet away.
A medieval castle/fortress/monastery located on an offshore island that inspired the scenery in Lord of the Ring.
Mars-like scenery of red rocks and sand is otherworldly here. The Martian movie was filmed in this area.
Swim with these dinosaur-looking creatures in the waters off the coast of Isabella island
The only remaining wonder of the Old World, the largest pyramids built by pharaohs.
Possibly the most picturesque beach in the world on the island of La Digue bringing together the sea, granite boulders, blue skies.
Swim with hundreds of thousands of floating jellyfish. Welcome to Pandora!
High above the medieval walled city of Dubrovnik – enjoy a stunning sunset over the Mediterranean.
For a couple weeks in late October, the Lapland region of Finland lights up with the colorful foliage phenomenon, known as Ruska.
Carving the slopes in the heart of French Alps with spectacular views of the Chamonix Valley.
Come at sunrise to witness the power of the majestic Iguazu Falls straddling the border of Brazil and Argentina.
Take a flight above the incredible sight of the sprawling coral reef in the Caribbean, then take a boat and go for a dive.
Arguably, the most stunning mountain landscape in the North America, all to be had by driving the Icefields Parkway
The symbol of the down-under continent, this massive granite formation looms like a shipwreck in the heart of the Red Middle of Australia.
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