For most visitors to Ecuador, the standard boxes to tick would be The Galapagos Islands and/or the Amazon Rainforest, both rare and precious ecological sites.
Iceland is an otherworldly expanse of surreal landscapes and picture-perfect panoramas with ice-capped mountains, sparkling springs, and gushing waterfalls, an unmatched destination for a road trip. The most prominent (as well as the best) road trip in this tiny island nation is the Ring road or Route 1. Contact a travel expert, whose assistance in planning such a trip can be invaluable.
Few countries scream diversity like South Africa; multiple cultures and communities have passed this way, and not all fared well, but all left an impact on the region. Not surprising then, the influence of Dutch, French, Indian and Malaysian cuisine on the South African food scene. A melting pot of various flavors (no pun intended), the most common method of cooking here is barbecue, and meat forms the focal point of the dish or the meal.
If you are looking to explore some of Iceland’s most astounding sights, and haven't the luxury of a long trip, then you must take the Golden Circle tour.
Being the largest and busiest fish market in the world, and spearheading the Japanese culinary tradition, the Tsukiji Fish Market is an important highlight of Tokyo that simply cannot be ignored on a visit to Japan. Chaotic, but superbly organized, it booms and and bustles with raincoated fishermen, suited merchants, knife-weilding chefs and a healthy crowd of curious (and hungry) tourists.