Central America’s most diverse country captivates travellers with its extraordinary landscapes and a civilization-spanning culture that reaches back centuries.
Centring yourself on a surfboard or yoga mat, descending into bat-filled caves or ascending misty volcanic peaks, hiking, biking or ziplining – your only limit is your return date. The 'rich coast' has earned its name and stands apart from its Central American neighbours on the cutting edge of so many trends: surfing, farm-to-table restaurants, and sustainable tourism.
A land of pure wonder and adventure. Finnish Lapland is as close as reality gets to those who dream of a winter wonderland. Lush flora dazzles under the summer’s midnight sun and white winters provide the experience of a lifetime, aurora borealis. Spend a night in an ice castle and maybe even meet Santa himself.
Iran (Persian: ايران /irɑːn/), formerly Persia (until 1935), is home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations and became one of the largest empires in history. It is an ancient nation whose past dates back well over two and a half millenniums.
No number of monuments, museums or ancient mosques can truly represent the depth of Persian history, but Iran makes a brave attempt.
Even though Zanzibar is still clouded in mystery and not everyone immediately recognizes the name, this archipelago has lured traders, adventurers, plunderers and explorers to its shores for centuries. It is characterised by white sand beaches, Swahili culture and ruined Arab palaces, as well as unspoilt coral reefs and exotic food.
Sri Lanka or so called Pearl of the Indian ocean is the best spot if you want to see beautiful beaches, breathtaking views of forest and tea plantations and experience cultural diversity living in harmony, all at one place.