Niseko is known to be one the best places in the world to ski, but apart from that, it has a lot more to offer, not only during winter but all through the year.
Recognized as Ecuador’s topmost mainland ecological reserve, Cotopaxi National Park is second only to the Galapagos in terms of annual visitors. Spanning a massive stretch of 33,400 hectares, the park boasts one of the most picturesque volcanoes of the continent, the eponymous Cotopaxi Volcano, along with two other gigantic peaks.
Apart from Machu Picchu, Peru is also home to one of the most interesting sights in the world – the Nazca lines, something every traveler must see! Mysterious and intriguing, these lines are a major highlight of Peru travel, a UNESCO World Heritage site and certainly a wonder of the world – even if they don’t officially own that title.
Cape Town and its beautiful 'burbs are home to stunning landscapes, beaches, scrumptious food and award-winning wines, and it's one of the most popular destinations in South Africa, and it's also considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and - the list of superlatives goes on.
Unlike any other country, Madagascar is rousing mix of picturesque landscapes with weird looking upside-down baobabs (when the leaves shed, the branches look like roots, giving an impression of the tree sticking its head into the ground) and a vast community of wildlife species endemic to the region. Almost 90% of these are not found anywhere else in the world. This African island nation that got calved off the continent millions of years ago has truly written its own book on nature, wildlife and evolution.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a curious first-timer or an old safari hand, Africa never fails to amaze. Much of the action circles around the famous national parks/game reserves, where a variety of breathtaking and awe-inspiring wildlife encounters await you, combining the world's wildest landscapes with once-in-a-lifetime experiences.