Have you traveled mainland Southeast Asia and want to escape the well-trodden pancake trail, but are not quite ready to leave the banana pancakes behind just yet? Are you an Australian looking to explore Indonesia further than just Bali?
UNESCO listed Xochicalco is not your run of the mill Mexican ruins. From a distance it looks like a pile of rocks, but surprises lurk around every boulder.
Rocket paddle steamers have been traversing through the many rivers of Bangladesh since the early 20th century.
A little further along the Azat River in the Kotayk province of Armenia is the medieval monastery of Geghard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The dual heritage sites of Garni-Geghard outside Yerevan is one of the most rewarding daytrips in Armenia.
Off the coast of Ecuador lies the Galapagos Islands & Isla de la Plata – the Poor Man’s Galapagos.
The Rock, officially called El Penon de Guatape, is only part 1 of this amazing day trip from Medellin in Columbia.
In an otherworldly land of rolling hills & freshwater lakes lies a giant rock known simply as La Piedra, or The Stone.
While volunteering at an orphanage in the west of Kenya, we heard that Obama’s grandmother was living in a town nearby & you could pay her a visit at her home!
With a depth of 10,725 ft (3,270m), the Colca Canyon is one of the deepest canyons in the world & twice that of the Grand Canyon.