The nation of Indonesia has literally thousands of islands for you to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing sunbath on the beach or adrenaline-pumping hike to a volcano’s summit, there is an island here for you. However, most tourists will just say “Go to Bali!” If you really want to stand out, travel to one of the remote locations on this list and don’t just enjoy something remarkable, but also something unique.
Daydreaming about visiting a city with beauty and a historic flair? Looking to investigate the birthplace of pizza? Or do you just want to go for a swim on some volcanic beaches? Napoli has all of this to offer you and more. Still not convinced? Take a look below to see why this is the Italian city you don’t want to miss.
Everyone who has dreamed of a Eurotrip has probably heard of Prague; the beer-drinking party city of the former Soviet Union. However, oftentimes tourists will take the same cycle when visiting the city: Vaclav Square, Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle. We’re happy to inform you that there is a ton more to see in the city than just those highlights. Take a peek below to see a Prague you never could’ve imagined.
We’re zooming in on the best camera to take with you on your travels. From sweeping landscapes to highlighting the finer details, capturing the hawk eye view or just taking a great selfie, it’s important to have the right gear to record the memories of your journey. Because, well, if you didn’t capture the evidence, did it really happen?
Australia is opening the Museum of Underwater Art on The Great Barrier Reef, just off the coast of Townsville, Queensland. The museum, designed by Jason deCaires Taylor, is a reminder and warning of the Earth’s rising sea temperatures and aims to inspire conservation of the reef.
Tracing the Atlantic Coast of Morocco, El Jadida is a littoral town often left unfrequented by tourists. With a laid-back vibe, long beaches, stunning riads, and quintessentially-dated Moroccan architecture, it makes for perfect off-beat travels both history buffs and hedonists will love it.
Aside from the beautiful landscapes and stunning beaches, here’s a glimpse into the hidden gems to be discovered in El Jadida.