Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta Set in Banff National Park, also known as the Canadian Rockies, this area is known to all hikers for its trails that offer some truly magnificent views of the turquoise glacier Lake Louise waters, and the tranquility of the meadows filled with wild flowers. YouRead More →

With over 150 millions users and 4 million listings, AirBnb has completely exploded since it launched in 2008. It lists houses and apartments amongst other getaway options such as tiny homes, castles and caravans, so there really is something for everyone, in over 150 countries world wide. It’s clear toRead More →

What goes up must come – we all know the cliché. Airplanes flying off traditional runways need somewhere to land. More often than nought, chartered airplanes take-off and land on the conventional tarmac of generic airports. There’s nothing really distinct about the process. Some aircraft transport people to remote locationsRead More →

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida Located about 68 miles west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico, the Dry Tortugas National Park is easily one of the most underrated in the US. It is mostly composed of crystal clear waters and 7 small islands, with native sea turtles onRead More →

Gardens by the Bay in Marina Bay, Singapore The Gardens by the Bay is found in Singapore, and it is among the top ten gardens around the entire world.  These gardens have been designed to become a premier urban outdoor space for recreation, and they have become the symbol forRead More →

26. Hope Valley, Derbyshire, England As the name suggests, Hope Valley is a large rural valley located in Hope, Derbyshire in Northern England. If you visit the valley, there’s also a variety of tourist attractions from hiking, to sightseeing and more. 25. Durdle Door Dorset, England This golden arch canRead More →

Bathsheba Beach, Barbados This rugged beach features a lot of beautiful rock formations which makes it a hot destination for photographers. It also a great place for surfers because of the “Soup Bowl,” which is a name for when the waves crash into the rocks and white sand, creating aRead More →