At the base of the Coromandel Peninsula, find a maze of riverside walking trails, old tunnels and mining artifacts scattered through the trees. No matter the weather, you will pass by many other avid hikers as you head toward Karangahake Gorge.
For incredible mountain scenery, you can’t go past Fiordland. Featuring New Zealand’s most visited site, Milford Sound, there is a reason this national park has made so many travelers bucket lists.
There is much more than you think to Australia’s River City. Often overshadowed by its more famous southern neighbors, Queensland’s capital deserves a lot more credit. With a skyline to rival Sydney and enough colorful walkways and unique galleries to compete with Melbourne, here is how to make the most of your time in the area.
While there may be more than 50 national parks in the States, Utah is undoubtedly home to five of the best. Zion. Bryce Canyon. Arches. Capitol Reef. Canyonlands. The five parks boast other-wordly landscapes and iconic views.
It’s the land of fire, ice and northern lights. And as anybody in the UK will know, the remote island hugging the fringes of the Arctic Circle has become one of the most sought-after tourism destinations.
If you are traveling across Arizona, you can’t miss taking a side-trip to Page. The powerful effects of the Colorado River are more evident here, and the town is surrounded by attractions that rival even the Grand Canyon. When passing through Page, here are three unmissable sights that will make the detour well-worth it.
Australia is a big country, and there is much more to discover beyond the rock and the reef.
Which city comes out on top – the Big Apple or the City of Angels? Here is a comparison of the best sights in New York and Los Angeles.
Switzerland doesn’t come cheap, but the journey by train to Jungfraujoch is worth every penny.
Here are some details on five of the best views you will find of Auckland.