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Nobody comes back disappointed from the Galapagos; quite simply, it is like nowhere else on earth.
On the south-west Pacific coast of Costa Rica, this is home to Corcovado National Park, and endless wildlife.
A safari in Kenya's Masai Mara has one of the densest concentrations of wildlife anywhere on Earth.
One of the most alluring destinations in the Far East, the island of Borneo offers an unparalleled diversity of activities and cultures, and is a destination in its own right, even when not combined with mainland Malaysia.
Tanzania's spectacular equivalent of the Masai Mara, packed with wildlife and often with tourists; but we know how to avoid them.
In the centre of South America lies the largest inland delta in the world, the Pantanal, or flooded outback, in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso.
The Okavango Delta in Botswana is one of the world’s most extraordinary wilderness areas.
Look beyond the (admittedly mind blowing) Serengeti, and there's so much more to Northern Tanzania, from volcanoes to flamingoes and everything in between.
British Columbia's outdoor playground and spectacular scenery combine perfectly with a stay in recently voted 'best city in the Americas'.
Bears and Beluga whales congregate in this remote spot on Hudson Bay every year.
The Rwandans have put civil war and genocide behind them and, united as a nation, they are keen to show visitors the beauty of their tiny landlocked country.
Visit chimpanzees at Lake Tanganyika, or head for the llittle-known wildlife hotspot Katavi National Park.
Sri Lanka's national parks are yet another attraction in a wonderful country.