1.Visiting the Burj Khalifa

Located in Dubai, a city in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, modern architecture and a lively nightlife. At over 828m and more than 160 floors, it’s the tallest building in the world, has the highest outdoor observation deck in the world, has the tallest service elevator, has the highest occupied floor in the world, just to name a few of the records it holds. It houses a variety of office spaces, observation decks, restaurants and health facilities.

2 . Hiking Mount Everest

It’s the highest mountain above sea level, located in Himalayas. Home to indigenous people living in the valleys, their lifestyle consisting of farming, herding, and trade. Are you up for the challenge? Are you macho enough to conquer this giant? Are you prepared mentally and physically to have the full experience that the mountain has to offer? Get yourself here and make unforgettable memories.


3.Going on to of the Eiffel tower

Located in the city of love, Paris, it was designed as the centerpiece of the 1889 worlds fair, meant to show France’s modern prowess on a world stage. There a secret apartment at the top, a post office tucked into the first floor, a military bunker underneath the south pillar, brave enough to reach the top? A champagne bar awaits you at the top floor and a spectacular view.


4.Crossing the golden gate bridge

A suspension bridge in San Francisco, which attracts more than 10 million visitors each year. Named as one of the seven wonders of the modern world, most photographed bridge in the world, its actually bright red-orange in color, took 4 years to build. Connecting San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean, it’s the perfect place for morning run, walk or biking with a beautiful view.

5.Cruising the Nile

Egypt the land of pharaohs, mummies and pyramid. Get to cruise the longest river in Africa which flows into the Mediterranean. The Nile provides, food, resources, means of transportation and land for agriculture to the locals. The water ways are graced with over 280 traditional sailing vessels, which are used to ferry the tourist. The slow-paced Nile ensures maximum relaxation and you get to see some of the nation’s best-preserved monuments.

6.Taking a safari

Nothing beats getting to experience the wonder that is mother nature. Its not only relaxing but also thrilling and fascinating. The best time to visit is during the dry season, May- September, animals concentrate around waterholes making it easier to spot wildlife. Want to catch a sight of the big five, make your way to Kenya, take a jeep through the Kruger national park in south Africa and East Africa, not afraid of height? Soar through the air in a hot air balloon in Serengeti national park in Tanzania and much more.

7. Bora bora

It’s the perfect location for a once in a lifetime adventure, with its intense colors, raw beauty and breathtaking views. Known as the ‘Romantic Island”, its popular with couples and honeymooners, with its soft white sands, calm waters and beautiful sunset, you are sure to fall in love once again. It’s a magical piece of nature and its totally gorgeous.

8. Santorini Greece

Enjoy a romantic sunset experience, with a background of luxury pearl white hoses with colorful bloom. Surrounded by turquoise water, luxury hotels, sun kissed beaches, historical sites, mouthwatering cuisine and picture-perfect scenes, it’s a globetrotter’s haven. Perfect for a honeymoon or exotic vacation.


Aurora borealis, a natural light phenomenal display in earths sky, best seen when the sky id dark. Its best to visit between October and April when the skies are much darker. With a bit of luck, patience and careful planning, see the vivid shades of green, red and pink celestial lights dancing across the sky, snuggles under a blanket and it is one of the safest countries to visit


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