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With the start of Summer, it is time to explore and venture out in the world. Whether you are craving sun and sand, searching for a rush of adrenaline, or yearning to learn more about culture and history during your travels, we have the perfect getaway for you.

Browse our lists of destinations for beach bums, thrill seekers, and appreciators of history and culture, to find your dream trip. 

For Beach Bums


The Seychelles

A tropical paradise awaits you in the Seychelles. An archipelago of 115 islands, the Seychelles has plenty of white sand beaches with crystal blue water to explore. Unwind in your bungalow while enjoying the sand and the surf or snorkel with vibrant marine life and dazzling coral reefs.

The best spot to catch sight of animals (both marine and terrestrial) is Aldabra Atoll, one of the largest coral atolls in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There you’ll discover dolphins, exotic birds, a variety of whale species, and the Aldabra giant tortoise. Be sure to visit Jonathan, believed to be the oldest living terrestrial animal at 190 years old!   

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Santorini, Greece

A city famous for its white and blue buildings, Santorini is also home to a rainbow of beaches. Due to the volcanic nature of the island, Santorini’s beaches range in color from black and white pebbles to the very rare red sand – a combination found on no other island. 

While lounging the black sand of Perissa Beach, listen to DJs from all over the world or get up and join a game of beach volleyball. For a more relaxing time, visit the white pebble beach of Katharos, where you’ll not only avoid the crowds, but also enjoy the beautiful scenery. Journey to Red Beach for a unique experience where you can take some pictures for social media with the rare red sand. Santorini's beaches offer something for all types of travelers. 

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Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Dar es Salaam, Arabic for “a place of peace,” is a hidden gem in East Africa, perfect for any beach goer. Situated along the Indian Ocean, the city is home to white sand beaches and some of the best seafood in the world.

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city with a visit to Kipepeo Beach. Often described as the best beach in Dar es Salaam, you will find a relaxing atmosphere and clear water devoid of rocks and sea urchins, making it ideal for a leisurely swim. For a livelier experience, journey to Coco Beach where you can mingle with locals, listen to live music, and taste regional cuisine like Muhogo, Mishkaki, and Madafu. 

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For Thrill-Seekers


Nairobi, Kenya

Take a walk on the wild side in Nairobi. A short trip from the city center will bring you face-to-face with the best wildlife that Africa has to offer.

 Visit the nearby Maasai Mara National Reserve, where you can meet the big five, and witness The Great Migration, when millions of water buffalo, zebras, and gazelles journey from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Mara. Regarded as “The Jewel of Africa,” the reserve is one of the top destinations in the continent for safaris. Visitors can also enjoy hot air ballooning, nature walks, and cultural experiences. No matter the park or reserve you visit, Nairobi is the perfect getaway for animal lovers and adventurers looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

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Bali, Indonesia

A city meant for exploring, Bali is like no other place on earth.

Situated in the Pacific Ring of Fire, Bali is home to multiple volcanoes, including its largest Mount Agung. Although all five volcanoes in Bali are active, all are popular hiking destinations. Venture through the dense forests as you trek the mountain, you will walk side-by-side with wildlife including macaque monkeys, wild pigs, and a variety of exotic birds.   

A trip to Bali isn’t complete without a visit to one of the island’s waterfalls, notably Sekumpal Waterfall, which is known as the most beautiful. With stunning scenery and adventure around every corner, Bali is waiting for you.

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Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is a must-see destination for all travelers with an adventurous spirit. With several ancient temples to discover, Bangkok is an explorer’s paradise.

Journey to the iconic Wat Phra Kaew, the most popular temple in Bangkok, to see the Emerald Buddha and the 2km long hallway, filled with murals depicting 178 scenes of the epic story of Ramayana. Take a train to Wat Chaiwatthanaram, where you can see ruins of an 15th century temple once used by the royal family.

Eat your way through the city by visiting the famous floating markets where you can find Thai street food. Do you dare to try Durian, the smelliest fruit in the world?

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For Appreciators of History and Culture


Johannesburg, South Africa

Known as the “City of Gold,” Johannesburg is a treasure waiting to be unearthed. Discover the expansive history of South Africa in its largest city with a visit to Constitution Hill or Vilakazi Street, where Nelson Mandela and his family used to live.

Venture 40 minutes from “Joburg” to the Cradle of Humankind, a treasure trove of early human history. Stop by the Maropeng Visitor Center where you can view Australopithecus Africanus, the fist-ever hominid fossil found on the site in 1924.

With a wealth of art, music, and food, you’ll see why Johannesburg was named one of the World’s Best Cities in 2021.

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Cairo, Egypt

With historical records dating back to 3150 BC, Egypt is home to some of the oldest ancient monuments in the world. The most famous attraction, the Pyramids of Giza, are the last of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World to remain largely intact.

Take a selfie with the Sphinx, explore the Giza plateau on camelback, or journey through the Great Pyramid where you can see the empty sarcophagus of the Pharaoh Khufu. You won’t run into any mummies inside the pyramids, but you can voyage to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, which displays 20 mummified remains of ancient Egyptian kings and queens.

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Tbilisi, Georgia

Stroll the cobblestone streets of Old Town Tbilisi, where you can find Narikala, a fortress from the 4th century. While visiting the fortress, be sure to greet the Mother of Georgia, an aluminum statue erected to commemorate the 1500th anniversary of the city. In her hands she holds a bowl of wine in the left for her friends and a sword in the right for her enemies, which is said to symbolize Georgia’s national character.

Next, stop at the Georgia National Museum where you can see a variety of exhibitions including, “Stone Age of Georgia,” which displays a collection of  artifacts and early human remains dating back to 1.77 million years ago. With a history as old as Tbilisi’s, history lovers will be sure to find something they love. 

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