Greece has a whole lot to offer, but the major highlights are inconveniently divided by expansive puddles of water.
The two Mt Everest Base Camps and the journeys to each are vastly different, and for Peter Roche there’s clearly a winning route.
“For real, this is like literally, actually the highest level on the stairmaster at the gym. But kind of worse.”
Rio’s Christ the Redeemer statue is among the most famous of tourism landmarks, but Joseph Romanos questions whether it deserves its “wonder of the world” status.
It ‘s been around since the 1st century. It’s featured on the big screen and more than 200,000 people visit each year. El Camino de Santiago remains an adventure like no other.
Before I went to Bolivia, the only things I really knew about the country were that its capital, La Paz, was the world’s highest and that Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid died in a shootout there.
Located at the centre of the Northern Lights Belt, Tromso has become a key destination for viewing the dramatic sky display.
Visiting Copacabana Beach was not my priority during a stopover in Rio de Janeiro, but it turns out the rave reviews are spot on.
We didn’t have a lot of time to explore Buenos Aires, and after consulting our travel guides and the internet, decided we’d make sure we visited two sites that were evidently “don’t miss”.
A three-metre-wide creature swooping within inches of your face in the middle of a dark ocean probably isn’t everyone’s cup of tea.