Portugal is a southern European country on the Iberian Peninsula, bordering Spain. It’s location on the Atlantic Ocean has influenced many aspects of its culture.
The Azores, an autonomous region of Portugal, is an archipelago comprising 9 islands off the coast of Portugal. Whether you are sightseeing on the nine island, swimming with the dolphins, joining a whale watch, this is a vacation you will never forget.
There’s endless natural beauty, organic produce, clear Mediterranean waters and 47 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Plus, Italians themselves are famous for their warmth and passion.
England is in fact best known for its lush green countryside and climate. Moreover, the surrounding seas have given England a varied climate.
However, for others, this small Latin American country has a different appeal: it’s a relaxed way of life. Residents – known as Ticos – often recite the catchphrase “pura vida” (or “pure life”). This guiding philosophy can be observed from Costa Rica’s central cosmopolitan capital of San José all the way to the sandy Atlantic and Pacific coasts.
To many, Costa Rica’s charm lies in its lush rainforests, unspoiled beaches and abundance of wildlife. With breathtaking landscapes and a myriad of creatures – from toucans to monkeys to jaguars – it’s easy to see why. Where else can you hike active volcanoes, zip line through cloud-covered rainforests and surf warm turquoise waters within the span of just a few days.
From the extreme north with the driest desert in the world to the austral south with eternal ice and inverted waterfalls, Chile is an invitation hard to refuse. The tourism in Chile and be amazed by the experiences in the southernmost portion of the world.
Africa’s great savannas are a place dominated by sky and rolling grassland. Their wildlife has long been the focus of filmmakers, photographers and writers.
Of Africa’s great plains regions, the Serengeti is the most famous. Straddling Kenya and Tanzania, it is the only part of Africa where vast, annual migrations of animals — wildebeest and zebras — still occur. Early man first appeared in the Serengeti region’s Olduvai Gorge some 2 million years ago.