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If adventures are your thing, then Australia is your continent to explore. The highest percentage of dangerous animals and insects per square meter and massive inhabited land sets the backdrop for your journey.
Indigenous culture is evident in the language, felt in typical cuisine, and seen on clothes. If you are adventurous, the endless verdant valleys and sinuous roads will take you to mesmerizing sites.
Monasteries, medieval ruins, music festivals, snow sports, mountains, forests, waterfalls, beaches along the Black Sea, and wineries ― everything in one nation.
Once a travelers no-go zone, Colombia is attracting more and more travelers and Digital Nomads with great climate all year around, amazing beaches, food and landscapes. Climb a volcano or visit a coffee plantation to find out how coffee is really supposed to taste like.
Costa Rica ranges from volcanic peaks to beaches, rainforest to bat-filled caves. A profusion of scenarios prevails in this small country and nature dictates the mood.
Wines and the culinary scene of France are famed and praised worldwide, a country boasted with history and blessed with natural beauty. Now let's add Paris to the mix and you got the perfect holiday destination.
Perched churches, towers and castles guarding mountain tops, outrageously beautiful cities on the Black Sea coast. The magnificent Georgian people and political guidelines provide the country with everything visitors need.
Surely one of the most fascinating countries in Central America, Guatemala is a world of color and tradition, ethnic minorities, volcanoes, Mayan magic, and mountains.
For many years Iceland was a very well-kept secret but thanks to many movie productions this little island country gained a lot of popularity. Get dazzled by the Northern Lights, geothermal activities and over one thousand waterfalls.
The colours, the culture, temples, and spices! India offers a variety of terrains and diversity in every mile you visit. With all the experiences and celebrations, India is still an inexpensive destination.
Madonna mia! How not to be impressed by a nation who's contributed to the world's greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy.
Experience time traveling to the future in Japan. With advanced technologies and great culture, be ready to get surprised exploring the busiest cities and spending time in the waters. Experiencing the richness of Japan comes a little expensive too.
Perhaps the most sparkling jewel in the Mekong, Laos is an authentic and fascinating destination that offers temples, a relaxed backpacking pace, and countless villages with hospitable people.
Experience a food culture that comes with a mix of different cultures, refreshing rainforests, islands, and wildlife... The list goes on for things to do in Malaysia. All of them included in an inexpensive budget.
Mexico is very often generalized and overloaded with stereotypes, if you dig a bit deeper you will find a country offering so much you can't possibly all see in a lifetime. It's so much more than Cancun and Burritos - go with an open-heart and you will fall in love.
Go trekking in the Atlas mountains, surfing at the southern Atlantic coast or getting lost at the Medina of Marrakesh. Morocco has so much to offer and if all that is enough, the food is already reason enough to come for a visit.
New Zealand spreads over the North and South Island, plus 600 smaller islands - pristine, untouched nature and unique climate zones makes this a well desired travel destination but not too many will make the long trip to the other side of the world. Fun fact, many maps straight up forget include this country.
Norway, is hands down one of the most beautiful countries on this planet - it's pure, vast and nothing beats the view of the fjords.
Oh! The magical Machu Picchu, the one travel destinations which crowns so many travel bucket lists. But I'll say, let them all flock there and keep so many other sights off the radar. Peru has so tons of amazing places, many of them in high altitude. Not to get sick do it like the locals and chew some coca leaves.
Poland has so many picture book perfect towns and cities, if you're strapped for time you're pressed to make a decision but here is a tip, you can never go wrong with Krakow.
Bucharest is all the rage, Transylvania is the obvious choice but you'll find so much more. But whatever you decided to do and see, you'll be sure to encounter an adventure or two.
Each Spanish community has its own charm, history, sights and dishes. And yes Flamenco is part of it but not all, for example Asturias with its green hills looks more like a Northern European country.
Pristine beaches, friendly elephants and ancient ruins, Sri Lanka has a lot to offer a travel enthusiast. Taking a train ride and exploring tea plantations are a few of the fun activities to expect here.
Switzerland is beautiful (and expensive) no doubt but if you're into trains, gondolas and funiculars, this will be your dream country to visit. Did you know they have an open-top cabrio gondola near Lucerne?
Welcome to the land of smiles! Enjoying the beach life or exploring the famous cities, Thailand has something for everyone. Indulging in the Thai cuisine and visiting the golden temples are just to name a few activities here.
Torquoise beaches and ancient towns of Turkey are well capable of stealing your heart. The flavours from the country also add to a wholesome experience.
Land of the free, land of the Route 66 and cowboys. But also the land of the unlimited travel possibilities. The United States of America has it all. For every person visiting this country for the first time, we recommend to start out in New York City, to set the tone for the rest of your trip.
Live your life in the exotic lands of Vietnam blessed by nature and held strong by their culture. With the busy cities and calm villages in the hilltops, Vietnam is a destination not to miss out on. Traveling Vietnam comes less expensive too.