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Antarctica

Of the world’s seven continents, Antarctica is the coldest, the driest, the windiest, the highest (average elevation), and not surprisingly, the least populated.
Its massive scale and surreal land, sea, and ice scapes will leave you at a loss for words.

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Australia

Australia is unmistakable. The landscapes, the sounds, the music, the animals; they are all highly distinctive and instantly recognizable.

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Baja

Many travelers return from their first trip to the Baja wondering what took them so long to go.

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Botswana

Fall in love with Botswana’s jewel in the crown, the incomparable Okavango Delta - a vast oasis in the heart of the Kalahari Desert - a real-life Garden of Eden and wildlife paradise.

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Cambodia

Cambodia is reemerging from the throes of war that brought the nation’s economic and technological growth to a standstill; it became frozen in time. Ironically, like Cuba, Cambodia is now that much more attractive to visitors because of the time capsule effect.

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China

China’s cultural heritage is among the most ancient in human history, and its cultural diversity is as rich as the country is vast.

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Costa Rica

Costa Rica has become one of the most popular outdoor adventure destinations in the Americas- and for good reason: with features such as pristine beaches, volcanic highlands, white-water rivers, and an abundance of wildlife, the options are nearly limitless.

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Ecuador & the Galapagos Islands

Ecuador offers so much in so small a space: Jaguars, pink dolphins, macaws, and monkeys in the lush Amazonian lowlands; condors and snow-capped volcanos in the Andean highlands; and beaches, palms, and pelicans on the Pacific coast- all compressed within a mere 150 miles.

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France

This is the land of fine cheeses and even finer wines; of savoir faire and joie de vivre; where cuisine and culture are like two closely related members of the same family. This is the country that invented the word “cuisine”.

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Germany

Visit Deutschland, land of lederhosen, pretzels, pilsners, cathedrals, castles, bratwursts and biergartens.

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Greece

A journey to Greece is challenging not for what you choose to see, but for what you must choose not to see. Wrapping your head around a cultural history that spans 1000s of years would take many lifetimes.

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Iceland

Iceland is a land of contrasts and contradictions: darkness during winter days is followed by sunlight during summer nights; frigid ocean currents from the Arctic collide with strands of the warm Gulf Stream current, the latter creating a climate far milder than Iceland’s subarctic latitude would otherwise allow.

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India

India! The very word instantly conjures iconic images: temples, elephants and tigers, saris and sitars, rice fields, bazaars and street markets; and the great Ganges River.

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Indonesia

Indonesia is a nation of islands, and islands beget diversity. Compared to people who live on continents, islanders can’t move very far or often. And, when people’s movements are restricted, social blending is limited, and cultural traits quickly diverge.

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Ireland

Discover the marvelous, mystical magic of Ireland: a perfect blend of modernity and antiquity, progressive and traditional, cosmopolitan and provincial, factual and fictional; full of atmosphere, attitude, culture, and character, and home to more pubs than you can shake a shillelagh at.

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Italy

Chianti and Calamari; Venice and Vesuvius. Italy awaits! Venture across landscapes that appear today much as they did through da Vinci’s eyes. Gaze upon the artistically flawless form of Michelangelo’s David.

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Japan

For many centuries, Japanese cultures have strived to surround themselves with beauty and have committed themselves to the pursuit of perfection.

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Laos

Like Cambodia, Laos lay for decades in a post-Vietnam War limbo. But,today, that hiatus has become a benefit to discerning travelers.

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Mongolia

Mongolia is a land where time has stood still, a land that appears today much as it did when Genghis Khan led his horde across the plains 800 years ago.

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Namibia

Namibia is a coffee-table picture book come to life! Crashing surf along the wild Atlantic coast collides with the world’s oldest desert and its colossal, copper-colored dunes. Indigenous tribes, such as the Himba, follow a traditional lifestyle that has remained virtually unchanged for centuries.

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New Zealand

When film-maker, Peter Jackson was deciding where to shoot his epic Lord of the Rings films, he was looking for a place that looked like nowhere else on Earth. He found it in New Zealand.

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Norway

Just beyond bright, boisterous cities such as the seaside playland of Bergen and the chic and lively capital of Oslo, lie some of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth.

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Patagonia

A land of transcendent natural beauty, Patagonia belongs high on any list of the most scenic destinations on Earth.

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Peru

The iconic Incan citadel of Machu Picchu and the Peruvian Andes belong high on any list of must-see travel destinations. These highlands become a part of you.

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Rwanda & Uganda

These two East African nations share much more than just a border. Both have recently reemerged from the darkest depths of civil war and now stand as global models for the power and resiliency of the human spirit.

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Scotland

Scotland’s endearing and enduring character lies in its many moods and its spare simplicity: the faces of Loch Ness- windswept, dark, and dour one day, calm, glassy, and glistening the next.

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South Africa

The range of opportunities for travelers in South Africa is as broad and as colorful as the span of your imagination. The possibilities are truly extraordinary.

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Sri Lanka

Ancient and exotic, Sri Lanka always occupied a prominent place in history because of its strategic position along the Spice Route.

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Switzerland

There are several places in the world that are equal to Switzerland in scenic beauty- New Zealand, Chile, Alaska, and Norway come to mind.

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Thailand

Travel promotions for many countries often include claims that the local people are warm and welcoming- whether it’s true or not. In the case of Thailand, however, this claim is well-founded. Indeed, Thailand has become known as the Land of Smiles.

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Vietnam

Vietnam. For anyone born before 1975, the very word is synonymous with a war (aka, “police action”) that spanned parts of two decades. In the 40 years since the war ended, Vietnam has enjoyed a remarkable rejuvenation.

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Zambia

Because of intermittent periods of economic and political unrest, Zambia fell off the safari radar, but is now, once again, an outstanding destination for safari-goers.

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