Some of the world`s most iconic landmarks and landscapes are found here, from the Christ the Redeemer monument to the valley of the Grand Canyon, from the mystical majesty of Machu Picchu to the audacious grandeur of Las Vegas.
Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru

If you dream of traversing ancient worlds, summiting mountains, or having experiences that take you outside yourself – where you can truly comprehend the majesty of the planet you inhabit and the incredible treasures human beings have created – you’ve probably already put Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley of the Incas in your sights If you dream of traversing ancient worlds, summiting mountains, or having experiences that take you outside yourself – where you can truly comprehend the maje...

Niagara Falls, Canada

Six million cubic feet of water flows over Niagara Falls every minute, o...

Statue of Liberty, USA

The Statue of Liberty is one of New York City's (and the USA's) most iconic attractions. The monument was a gift from France in 1886, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The statue is 151 feet (46m) tall and stands, fittingly, on Liberty Island at the mouth of New York Harbor.

Mexico City, Mexico

As one of the oldest buildings in the entire country, and perhaps the main attraction of Mexico City’s zocalo, you can’t pass up a visit to the Catedral Metropolitana. Plus, stopping by this cathedral places you right at the heart of the main plaza, which is lined with a wealth of other architecturally and historically fascinating buildings, like the Palacio Nacional.

Havana, Cuba

Cuba, especially the beautifully preserved 16th-century town of Old Havana, is one of the most unique destinations in the world, thanks to its architecture, 1950s vehicles, and legendary cultural experiences. Most visitors to this fascinating island like to split their time between bustling Havana, learning about the heritage, and the shores of Varadero for a relaxing, sun-and-rum-soaked end to their holiday.

Negril Beach, Jamaica

Jamaica is known to be the birthplace of reggae, Bob Marley, the world's fastest sprinters, Blue Mountain coffee, Red Stripe beer, Jamaican rum, beautiful beaches, jerk dishes, luxurious all-inclusive resorts, and majestic waterfalls.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Delight in a trip up to Sugar Loaf and Corcovado Mountain, where you can ride the famous cable car and find the Christ the Redeemer statue looking out over the city. If you want to revel in the excitement of the city, head to the world-famous Copacabana Beach and experience one of the best party atmospheres in the Southern Hemisphere.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Stretching more than 4,050 square miles of the Altiplano, it is the world’s largest salt flat, left behind by prehistoric lakes evaporated long ago. Here, a thick crust of salt extends to the horizon, covered by quilted, polygonal patterns of salt rising from the ground.

Iguazu Falls, Brazil

Recognized worldwide as natural beauties and one the best places to visit in the world, the Iguazu Falls are located on the border between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. If you are searching for an immersive experience in nature, this is the right place thanks to the possibilities to walk into the woods and to the proximity of the immensity of the Iguazu waterfalls in the Iguazu River.