At Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, you can enjoy breakfast with Rothschild giraffes peeking through the window.
Hotel Tapasoli in Mexico, also known as the "hobbit hotel," has cozy, earth-friendly rooms inspired by famous hobbit houses.
In Chengdu, you can watch giant pandas play and eat bamboo at their world-famous breeding research base.
The Amalfi Coast is home to Ravello, a town renowned for its peaceful gardens and breathtaking views high above the sea.
You can explore Pha Tok Caves in Nong Khiaw, where people hid during the Laos war, surrounded by nature.
In the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, you can swim with the unique swimming pigs, a truly one-of-a-kind Bahamian adventure.
You can explore Liverpool's The Beatles Story Museum and see replicas of The Cavern Club and Abbey Road.
Did you know? Icon of the Seas has 20 decks, making it the world's largest cruise ship with unparalleled amenities.
In Madeira, you can walk on levadas, special paths by water channels, through old forests and see amazing waterfalls.
Tivoli Gardens opened in 1843 and is one of the world's oldest amusement parks.
You are visiting a town built in a meteorite crater when you go to Nördlingen. It mixes history, architectural buildings, and space science all in one amazing circle-shaped place.
Batu Caves in Malaysia has a colossal limestone hill that's a remarkable 400 million years old, making it one of the world's oldest geological wonders.
Indonesia is home to Bawah Reserve in the Anambas Islands, a unique wellness retreat that you can only reach by seaplane.
Did you know that Val Thorens, one of the top ski resorts in Europe, is not only known for its skiing but also sits in the world's largest ski area, the Three Valleys? It's a must-visit for snow lovers!
Did you know that Ba Na Hills is home to the Golden Bridge, held by giant stone hands? This unique bridge, set high above the clouds, offers breathtaking views.