One of the most tourist-friendly regions in Africa, The southern tip plays host to some of the most incredible wildlife and Botswana's massive salt flat.
Known primarily as the quintessential backpacking destination, Southeast Asia is the land of pagodas, beautiful beaches and smiling locals!
Often less explored than the western Mediterranean banks, Southeastern Europe boasts unspoiled beaches and a delightful assortment of picturesque buildings.
With over 60 states/provinces between its countries, North America has something for every traveller including ultra-modern cities and huge national parks.
Home to some of the most endangered animals on the planet, Central Africa is fast becoming one of the most sort-after ecotourism destinations in the world.
The Middle East is the home of religious tourism and also contains incredible wildlife, wonderful people and a breathtaking landscape.
The birthplace of the Roman and Greek empires, Southern Europe is not only historically fascinating but owns one of the world's most incredible coastlines.
Sat just below the Sahara with a beautiful coastline, West Africa exhibits all the nuances of a bustling tourist hotspot, but without the crowds.
One of the world's most travelled regions, South Asia sits at the foothills of the Himalayas and is famous for its lavish cultural and religious heritage.
Featuring a number of renowned cuisines, Western Europe is home to some of the world's most famous and romantic cities and a breathtaking mountain range.
Southern South America
Sat at the southern-most tip of the Americas, the region of Southern South America's highlights include Patagonia, the Andes and the gateway to Antarctica.
East Asia contains a diverse group of countries with a captivating juxtaposition between modern technology and captivating historical sites.
Boasting the most diverse wildlife on the continent, the massive region of Northern Europe is equally worth exploring in both summer and winter.
With well-developed cities, rich indigenous culture and unique wildlife, Australasia is one of the southern hemisphere's most travelled regions.
Sat between two idyllic coastlines, the countries of Central America are blessed with swaths of rainforest, mesmerising ruins and delicious cuisine.
Lined by a picture-perfect coastline, The British Isles is home to historic sites like Stone Henge, Buckingham Palace and the Guiness factory!
Western South America
Encompassing the vast majority of the Amazon and its basin, Western South America, aka Brazil, is also home to some of the world's most renowned beaches.
The forested heartland of Central Europe is most famous for its historical sites, including some of the world's most impressive castles and palaces.
Northern South America
Its position between the Caribbean and the Amazon basin gifts Northern South America with the highest waterfall in the world and some of the best beaches.
Probably the most famous region of Africa for its safaris, East Africa is also home to the continent's largest mountain, Kilimanjaro and lake, Victoria.
One of Europe's lesser travelled regions, Eastern Europe is rich with history, a surprising amount of wildlife and cheese-filled bread, need we say more?
South Pacific Islands
Perhaps best known for its crystal clear waters and 5-star hotels, the friendly South Pacific Islands also offer a mysterious look into our past.
Usually invoking visions of perfect white sand beaches, the islands of the Caribbean are also home to some of the world's most interesting historical sites.
Thanks to the Egyptian civilization, North Africa is one of the world's most historically dense areas and owns a stretch of coastline on the Mediterranean.
Hard to reach, cold and inhospitable, those who venture as far south as Antarctica will be gifted a glimpse into one the world's most unique landscapes.
Famous for its position on the silk road, Central Asia is an awe-inspiring land with spectacular mountain ranges and some fascinating architecture.
Central South America
Home to the world's largest salt flat and some of its most famous ruins, Central South America is one of the most magical regions on earth.
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