All Travel Destinations in the World

In here you’ll find all of the regions of the world with a bit of a teaser as to why it’s an interesting travel destination. Go ahead and explore the world of curiosities below. If a particular region piques your interest, click on the heading or the image and you’ll be taken to a page where you’ll find descriptions of each and every country that is within that region of the world.

Asia

Asia

Asia is a land of contrasts from the beautiful sky scrapers dominating the skyline of South Korea’s cities, and the tailored landscape of Singapore to the chaotic hustle and bustle of India’s busiest cities.

Golden statues of Buddha tower over towns where people live as they have for centuries, saffron-robed monks live in ancient monasteries, bounded by the snow-capped Himalayas.

The landscape too is different. Steamy tropical forests in Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand are teeming with wildlife, along the Mekong River people live and trade as though time has stood still and in Palestine and Israel the desert sands demand respect.

The tropical islands in the South China Sea are surrounded by coral reefs with colorful and abundant underwater habitat, and in Northern Russia the Siberian ice fields challenge even the most intrepid creatures.

The tropical islands in the South China Sea are surrounded by coral reefs with colorful and abundant underwater habitat, and in Northern Russia the Siberian ice fields challenge even the most intrepid creatures.


Europe

Europe

Stretching from the Arctic Ocean in the North to the Mediterranean Sea in the South, Europe offers visitors an array of pastimes, flavors and sights to see.

Ancient architecture and ruins in countries such Croatia, Greece and Italy, bear witness to the mighty empires of days past.

Medieval towns, fantastic palaces, splendid Cathedrals, castles and Mosques bring back the past in countries like Romania, Bulgaria, Austria and the Czech Republic.

An ice hotel, and the natural beauty of glacier cut fjords, lakes, mountains and islands await those that travel north to the beautiful lands of Finland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden.

The fantasy islands of Greece and Croatia are water wonderlands. The slopes of the Alps draw skiers and hikers in countries such as Switzerland, France, Poland and Ukraine.

Nature in its finest glory is on show in Iceland where thermal pools and steam geysers put on a daily performance.


The Americas

Americas

Stretching from the Arctic Circle to one of the southernmost tips of continental world, America is truly representative of the new world. With glaciers on either end, in Canada and Alaska in the north and Patagonia in the south, there is a world of natural splendor, and human cultural diversity in between.

From the Samba and Salsa, hot spicy foods, ancient and mysterious Mayan and Incan ruins, the Amazon jungle and volcanoes in South and Central America to the palm fringed white beaches, coral reefs, turquoise waters and reggae music of the Caribbean. From larger than life natural phenomena of Yellow Stone National Park and the vibrant cities, the glitz and lights of Los Vegas, the quiet of the Nevada desert to the beaches of California and the ski resorts of Colorado and Canada.

The Americas offer the widest variety of new world charm and natural beauty anywhere on earth.


Africa

Africa

Once the only continent inhabited by man, Africa still has a lot to offer. Home to lions, African elephant, rhino, hippopotamus and mountain gorillas, the national parks and game reserves literally teem with wild animals and birds.

The landscape varies from the Savannah grasslands of Botswana, to the deserts of Namibia, Egypt and Morocco. Tropical rainforests abound in Central Africa, and Mozambique, South Africa and Kenya boast unspoiled beaches, many of them deserted. Kenya is home to the Africa’s highest mountain Mount Kilimanjaro.

The islands just off the shore of Kenya boast coconut and mango plantations and beaches surrounded by coral reefs that swarm with tropical marine life. In North Africa, Egypt and Morocco boast ancient tombs and places of worship. They are also both surrounded by desert, and camels and nomadic tribes are scattered around this hostile environment.

The islands of Reunion and the Seychelles offer warm tropical oceans and white sandy beaches, whilst ancient Zanzibar brings Arabia to the African coast with markets lining the streets of Stone Town.


Oceania

Oceania

Oceania incorporates Australia, New Zealand and several islands such as Fiji and Papua New Guinea. This is a wild and diverse part of the world, from the snow covered mountains in New Zealand to the rainforests of Papua New Guinea and the deserts in the Australian Outback.

The clean and modern cities of Australia contrast starkly with villages on many of the islands, where time has stood still.

Much of the wildlife in these lands is unlike any that you will see anywhere else on earth. For glaciers and alpine ski resorts, lush forest and beautiful beaches New Zealand has it all.

Australia has a beautiful coastline and boasts one of the largest living structures on earth, the Great Barrier Reef.

Its beaches attract surfers and divers from around the world. Australia is also home to one of the most ancient ecosystems with eighteen thousand species of plants in the Daintree National Forest.


Antarctica

A trip to Antarctica is not for the faint-hearted. The coldest, windiest and driest place on earth is also one of the most splendid. It is one of the few places in the world that remains largely untouched by human.

Antarctica

The magnificence of the landscape is awe-inspiring. The land rises from the sea in black and white splendor, and it teems with wildlife, some of which is unique to this land, elephant seals, penguins and albatross call Antarctica home, and in the sea, Humpback and Minke Whales come out to play.

Antarctica is only accessible to visitors between November and March each year. During the winter months, pack ice surrounds the continent for more than one thousand kilometers out to sea, and in the middle of winter, the sun never rises.

The last Antarctic homes of Scott and Shackleton offer visitors a step back into the past, as everything remains just as they left it.

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