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These breathtaking destinations are definitely worth bumping to the top of your travel bucket list—whether you’re looking to relax on a beach, get off the grid, or explore a city.

Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda

A subspecies of the wider-ranging eastern gorilla, there are only around 800 of these amazing animals left.

Zanzibar, Tanzania

Zanzibar’s white-sand beaches are postcard-perfect, and its reefs are ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Those in search of the ultimate safari experience should consider combining a trip to the Maasai Mara with a visit to Serengeti National Park in neighboring Tanzania.

Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

At 19,340 feet/5,895 meters, it is the tallest peak in Africa and the world’s highest free-standing mountain. Depending on your route, the climb takes five to nine days.

Lalibela, Ethiopia

Biete Medhani Alem, is believed to be the largest monolithic church in the world, and all of them are a testament to the devotion of their creators.

Watamu, Kenya

Watamu is modest, laidback, and steeped in history. It is recognized for its beautiful coves and palm-fringed beaches, as well as its abundant coral reefs.

Omo River Region, Ethiopia

Join a tour to get the most out of your Omo River experience, as some of them combine cultural trips with white-water rafting on the region’s legendary rapids.

Sipi Falls, Uganda

One of our favorite things to do in East Africa is see what the local landscapes have to offer. There aren’t many things more incredible than hiking from waterfall to waterfall on the misty slopes of a volcano.

Lake Bunyonyi, Uganda

This breathtaking lake is comprised of peaceful islands, dugout canoes, and rope swings. If you’re looking for somewhere to engage in a little relaxing exploration on your trip to East Africa, this is the place.

Ngorongoro Crater

There are plenty of hippos around the lovely Ngoitoktok Springs picnic site, and Lake Magadi attracts flocks of flamingos to its shallows in the rainy season.

Kigali Genocide Memorial

This memorial honours the estimated 250,000 people buried here in mass graves and also has an excellent exhibition that tries to explain how it was that the world watched as the 1994 genocide unfolded.

Ruaha National Park

unning through the park are several ‘sand’ rivers, most of which dry up during the dry season, when they are used by wildlife as corridors to reach areas where water remains.

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France

The country is renowned for its wines and sophisticated cuisine. Lascaux's ancient cave drawings; Lyon’s Roman theater; and the vast Palace of Versailles attest to its rich history.

China

As you first look upon the Great Wall, it is impossible not to be awestruck by this man-made structure. Construction started in the 7th century BC, with additions and rebuilding continuing until the 16th century AD.

South Africa

South Africa is definitely a very diverse place to visit. But what makes it such a tourist hot-spot? For one, it has a range of unique and exciting activities that will make you want to book a flight as soon as possible.

Singapore

A small but beautiful island deserves it because the city has everything a visitor could want: a green and safe environment, cultural diversity, delicious food, world-class shopping malls, the latest fashion and electronics, vibrant nightlife, cheap and convenient public transportation, and much more. 

Maldives

With nearly 1190 volcanic and coral islands sprawled across the Indian Ocean, the Maldives has long been considered as one of the most popular romantic getaways to enjoy some tropical charm. Thanks to its crystal clear waters, beneath which lurk a shoal of fishes, rays, and sharks.

Egypt

Egypt is one of the most mysterious destinations on the planet and a must-have on your bucket list! Between the Nile, the Red Sea, Alexandria, Cairo, and pyramids that date back to 2500 BC, there’s so much history and culture to experience.

Bali, Indonesia

On the Saka New Year, Balinese people celebrate Nyepi. This Hindu celebration is a day of silence when everything on the island shuts down and no noise is allowed.

South Island, New Zealand

Book your trip for the fall, when the South Island is temperate, not overcrowded, and offers great rates. Bonus: This is also when the island is at its most stunning.
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