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There are lots of places in the world that are worth mentioning when it comes to popular tourist destinations and attractions. Take a look at these breathtaking destinations to explore for your planned holiday trip. Simply click on your desired continent and slide through the destinations and information.

Zanzibar (Tanzania)

Zanzibar is a truly unique destination in Africa. It is in Tanzania, located in the eastern part of Africa. Zanzibar boasts an interesting blend of architecture, and you will find Arabic, Middle Eastern, Moorish and Indian styles represented in its cities. There are many world-class beaches to choose from, and Zanzibar also boasts a very vibrant and well-preserved history. Be sure to spend time in the capital city of Stone Town, home to several fantastic museums and the 17th-century Old Fort.

Mount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania)

In the far north of Tanzania, close to the Kenyan border, is the famed Mount Kilimanjaro. The peak is the tallest in Africa, and the tallest free-standing mountain in the world, making it a bucket-list destination for many travelers. While the very fit can trek to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, there are also other ways to explore the area. There are several shorter, easier hikes around the base of the mountain, along with some gorgeous waterfalls and plenty of amazing scenery.

Masai Mara National Reserve (Kenya)

Africa is inhabited by people of varying cultures, but few are as fascinating as the Masai. This group owns the Masai Mara National Reserve in the southern part of Kenya, and every year thousands of tourists explore the scenery and the wildlife. In addition to seeing everything from rhinos to lions, you can visit a local village to learn more about the Masai Mara culture, cuisine, customs, and dress.

Praslin (Seychelles)

It is the second largest of the tropical islands that make up Seychelles, located in the heart of the Indian Ocean. The island is dotted with a few luxury resorts, but the two main attractions on the island are Anse Lazio and the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve. Anse Lazio is a gorgeous beach with clear water and amazing opportunities for snorkeling. The Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve is a palm forest that is preserved and serves as the home to countless reptiles and birds, including the very rare Seychelles Black Parrot.

Black River Gorges National Park (Mauritius)

Another of the incredible islands in the Indian Ocean, located just off the Eastern Coast of Africa, is Mauritius. Known for beaches and tropical weather, Mauritius is also home to the magnificent Black River Gorges National Park. The park wasfounded in 1994 to protect the natural beauty of the island. When you visit, you’ll be able to hike along gorgeous trails and see a wide range of endemic wildlife and beautiful waterfalls.

Accra (Ghana)

For an exciting getaway, visit the capital of Ghana- Accra. It is always a great place to visit, either for a long or short vacation, featuring beautiful beaches- particularly Labadi beach, luxury hotels, and fascinating museums. Don’t forget to stop at the marketplaces where you can shop for African wares, jewelry, and souvenirs.

Banjul (Gambia)

Despite being the smallest country in Africa, Gambia is regarded as West Africa’s best-kept secret. It is surrounded by golden beaches backed by swaying palms and sprinkled with scenic lagoons, an abundance of wildlife, and vibrant history and culture. It offers visitors an opportunity to get in touch with nature and has reserves where you can see various animals and rare species of wildlife such as Abuko National Reserve, Gambia National Park, and Bijilo Forest Park. For a spine-tingling adventure, you can visit the Kachikally crocodile pool, where you can become friends with crocodiles, or go to the Eagle Heights Conservation center to learn more about the wildlife of the Gambia.

Kruger National Park (South Africa)

The best known of the many parks located in South Africa is the Kruger National Park, named after former South African President Paul Kruger. The park has three primary goals: Conservation, education, and tourism. While it is possible to purchase a permit to enter the park and then drive on your own, most visitors prefer to join a guided tour or safari. Kruger National Park’s top attractions include the Crocodile River viewpoint, the Iron Age village known as Masorini, and the abundance of the big five animals: Lion, cape buffalo, rhinoceros, African elephant, and leopard.

Cape Town (South Africa)

One of the capital cities of South Africa is Cape Town, an extraordinary, historic, and vibrant city named for its location on the Cape of Good Hope. To get to know the history of Cape Town, be sure to explore incredible landmarks like the colorful homes in the Bo-Kaap neighborhood as well as Robben Island, where political prisoners like Nelson Mandela were once held. One of the top natural attractions is Table Mountain, which offers breathtaking views over the Cape of Good Hope as well as the sprawling city. You can hike up Table Mountain or take a ride on the cable cars.

Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)

Right on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe is Victoria Falls, an incredible waterfall on the Zambezi River. In Zimbabwe, the Falls as well as the surrounding town is known as Victoria Falls. Across the border in Zambia, the Fallsis called Mosi-oa-Tunya. From December to March, the Fallsis more dramatic because it is also the rainy season, but the rest of the year can offer a less obscured view. In addition to admiring the views, you can enjoy Victoria Falls by canoeing or rafting near its base or having a romantic sunset cruise beneath the Falls.

Isalo National Park (Mozambique)

Just off the coast of Mozambique, and in the waters of the Indian Ocean, is the island of Madagascar. While the island nation has a lot to do, see and explore, a highlight is undoubtedly the Isalo National Park. Within the park, you will have access to a wide range of terrain types. Be prepared to spot enormous canyons, lush palm-tree oases, and even unique sandstone formations. The best way to see Isalo National Park is on a guided trek, and many people opt for overnight camping to enhance the once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Marrakech (Morocco)

After Rabat and Casablanca, Marrakech is the second-largest city in Morocco. It is the most popular destination in the country because it is such an exciting city with an ancient history and amazing architecture. The historic district of Marrakech is called the Medina, and its main square is the bustling Djemaa El-Fna, where you can watch snake charmers and acrobats while strolling through shops and snacking on local culinary delights. You can also tour souks, or outdoor markets, and then relax at a local hammam, or spa.

Giza Necropolis (Egypt)

If you have always wanted to see the pyramids in Egypt, then make Giza your next travel destination. Giza is the gateway to Egypt’s most iconic structures, and it is very close to the city of Cairo. While in Giza, you can step inside the Great Pyramid of Khufu, now the last remaining structure of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World. You can also tour the Sphinx, several smaller pyramids and a number of incredible museums helping to explain the role of these pyramids and their significance in Egyptian history.



The global city of Dubai is the largest in the United Arab Emirate, with tourism and a western-style business model driving its revenue. Dubai boasts cutting-edge building projects, some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers and first-class resorts. The BurjKhalifa, currently the tallest building in the world, affords visitors an almost surrealistic view of the city from the observation decks on the 124th and 148th floors. Additionally, the iconic Burj Al Arab hotel, with its stunning architectural silhouette shape, is as spectacular inside as it is on the outside. More recently is the museum of the future which takes you on a journey to the year 2071.With the modern western construction taking place in Dubai, it is sometimes easy to forget that the city is located in the Middle East.

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates and is the largest Emirate taking up 80% of the country’s landmass. Traditionally it's more conservative than Dubai as it has a more regimented legal system and is deeply rooted in tradition. It’s the richest of all the Emirates and holds nearly 10% of the world’s known oil supply. Before planning a trip to Abu Dhabi, you should find out what events are happening around the time you plan on visiting. Abu Dhabi plays host to many different events including concerts, exhibitions, and sporting events. You never know, you might find something of interest that will be a great experience. Many tourists visit during November for the Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix.


Paris (France)

The City of Light draws millions of visitors yearly with its unforgettable ambiance. Of course, the divine cuisine and vast art collections deserve some credit. The gentle River the Seine rambles through the city, flanked by stately museums, centuries-old churches, and blocks of Rococo and Neoclassic-design architecture, further enhanced by cascading trees and glowing streetlamps. Containing world-class museums, fashion, cuisine, and an atmosphere all on its own, Paris is also a city of "many splendors," as Ernest Hemingway recalled in his memoir, "A Moveable Feast."

Florence (Italy)

This little city, tucked amid the Tuscan hills, casts a long shadow through history. The wellspring of the Renaissance, Firenze (or Florence) sheltered the powerful Medici family and inspired artists like Michelangelo (David) and Brunelleschi (the Duomo). If it weren't for the fashionable Italians and chic shops lining Via Tornabuoni, you might think you had traveled back in time to the 14th century. But Renaissance art is not the only reason to come. You also visit Florence for its gorgeous sunsets, Italian cooking, and unbeatable romantic charm.

Athens (Greece)

Few cities rival Athens when it comes to historical importance. As the sun rises over the smooth marble monuments of the Acropolis and fills the cobblestone streets along its base, the people of Athens emerge from their homes and head to local markets or sidewalk games of chess. Life moves more slowly, as if the entire city is reveling in blissful retirement from its glory days as a political and cultural powerhouse. But as the sun sets, Athens' contradictions come to light: The air thickens with the aroma of spiced lamb and music from a nearby taverna, dance clubs blast rock music amidst ancient columns, and the bright lights of Omnia Square mirror the glistening columns of the Parthenon, illuminated for all to see.

Venice (Italy)

Venice is enchanting. Yes, that may sound cliché, but once you see the city on the water for yourself, you'll surely agree. Step off of the Santa Lucia train station and the breathtaking Grand canal will soon greet you. You'll see water taxis coast along, passing underneath the Ponte DegliScalzi (Bridge of the Barefoot), and might hear the faintest hint of a serenading violin, or is that your imagination? It might not be all in your head. Romantic gondolas carrying smitten couples glide through the web of the city's many waterways, and gondola drivers are known to sing when the moment feels right. On land, narrow passageways twist past Old World storefronts and residences, and over bridges. You should note that maps aren't all that helpful here and getting lost is the norm — embrace the disorientation.

London (United Kingdom)

Here, the antiquated clasps hands with the contemporary. You'll find the historic Tower of London and the avant-garde Tate Modern both considered must-sees. Shakespeare's sonnets are still being uttered by actors who don modern garb. Londoners most certainly still respect the royals, but they also jam to the likes of Arctic Monkeys and Adele. And while they still praise the power of tea, they now make room for some Starbucks here and there, and pressed juice too. A current leader in everything from politics and banking to fashion and music, London's culture compass is always attuned to what's next.


Bali (Indonesia)

Shangri-La, Elysium, Arcadia, Utopia, and Bali are all synonymous with "heaven." The only difference between them is that you can actually visit Bali. Many travelers have never been to this Indonesian island yet the word "Bali" conjures daydreams of the most fantastical landscape, towering volcanoes wrapped in a deep green canopy, sandy shores that fade into turquoise waters, and curving coastlines crowned with staggered pagodas. And believe it or not, Bali rarely disappoints.

Phuket (Thailand)

Pure white sands, aquamarine waters and limestone cliffs await travelers who visit Thailand's southwestern island of Phuket. Surrounded by the Andaman Sea and about an hour by plane from Bangkok, this island is a little piece of paradise, which comes with a relatively low-price tag for everything from its accommodations to spa treatment and boat tours. But along with its tropical appeal, Phuket beckons to travelers wanting to experience its flavorful cuisine (think: lemongrass, lime leaves, chilies) and its rich culture, heavily influenced by its reigning religion: Buddhism.


Hilo- Hawaii (United States of America)

Hawaii is just another word for paradise. The shiny black volcanos stand proud, the sapphire blue waters gently hug the shoreline, and the palm trees are just as green in real life as in your imagination. For the cream of the crop, make your way to Hilo. This town, located on the Big Island, has perfect views of the Pacific, not to mention a downtown that embraces relaxed coastal living. Hilo is also close to the famed Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where you can see the epic beauty and devastation these beasts have created on the island. Trust us; this is one of the most beautiful landscapes in North America.

Bali (Indonesia)

Shangri-La, Elysium, Arcadia, Utopia, and Bali are all synonymous with "heaven." The only difference between them is that you can actually visit Bali. Many travelers have never been to this Indonesian island yet the word "Bali" conjures daydreams of the most fantastical landscape, towering volcanoes wrapped in a deep green canopy, sandy shores that fade into turquoise waters, and curving coastlines crowned with staggered pagodas. And believe it or not, Bali rarely disappoints.