Where do you want to go?
There are so many ways to experience this wondrous world.
Here are just a few:
Both old and new, Israel was founded as the Jewish homeland in 1948 on a part of Palestine that was historically the Kingdom of Israel, the fabled Promised Land. It’s the home of many of the holiest sites of all three monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam, and while much attention is paid to
The country with the chilly name is rapidly becoming one of Europe's hottest destinations. Much of Iceland's popularity is due to its natural features which include glaciers, hot springs, geysers, active volcanoes, portentous peaks and vast lava deserts. In addition to its expansive landscape,
Located on South America’s Pacific Coast, Peru is a country of geographic and cultural diversity, natural beauty and historic sites. It offers bustling cities as well as beaches, mountains, rainforests and reminders of ancient civilizations, including Machu Picchu, its most famous. Peru has three distinct geographic regions:
Italy is as much a state of mind as a place, giving you experiences that linger forever, eternally calling you back for another visit. Be it a glimpse of priest quietly contemplating the roses in a Vatican garden, visiting a Tuscan olive grove owned by the same family for 500 years or a witnessing a flirtatious exchange in
Africa is the second largest and most populous continent in the world. At 11.7 million square miles, it is large enough for the United States to fit inside it more than three times. It stretches from the Mediterranean Sea on the north, where it is culturally part of the Middle East, to the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the Indian Ocean on the east.
Located on the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is one of the safest countries to visit. In one trip, travelers can experience history, beaches, beautiful natural scenery & national parks. Wine tasting, hiking and truffle hunting are among the most popular activities in Croatia.
Antarctica is the land at the bottom of the world, the seventh continent, earth’s final frontier. Antarctica is the most exotic, most unusual travel destination on earth. It is the closest thing to interplanetary travel that is now possible. The continent, as large as the U.S. and Mexico combined, is covered with two miles of ice on most of its surface.
Offering gorgeous landscapes and natural attractions, cosmopolitan cities, tempting cuisine and lively culture, Argentina is a traveler’s paradise. Nature lovers can traverse the Patagonian steppe, climb South America’s highest peak, walk among thousands of penguins, and see some of the world’s most amazing waterfalls.
The smallest of the Dutch Caribbean islands, Aruba is a friendly and relaxing oasis just 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela. With one of the highest rates for repeat visitors, Aruba offers warm hospitality, perpetual sunshine and white, sandy beaches.
In Hong Kong, they like to point out that within a five-hour flight of their dazzling international airport, lives half the world’s population. In many ways all other parts of the world are mere suburbs of Asia. And almost everyone who travels there for the first time is overcome with a feeling of discovery that must be at least a little like