Vacationing on Bali means: endless, palm-fringed beaches with the finest sand and crystal-clear water, hotspots for divers and surfers, tourist strongholds in the south, secluded bays in the north, rice fields and volcanoes. The island in Indonesia is a desired destination for relaxation seekers and nature fans for good reasons.
The Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago of volcanic origin off the northwest coast of Africa, known for its black and white sand beaches.
Blessed by nature, you can explore an incredibly diverse flora and fauna during a trip to Costa Rica: Climb volcanoes, cross cloud forests or relax on dream beaches.
Guadeloupe, the largest island of the small Antilles, impresses with an idyllic landscape and traditional Creole towns...and that in the middle of Europe! Yes, read correctly, because Guadeloupe is an overseas department of the French state in the Caribbean and thus belongs to Europe.
The for many still unknown and mysterious Montenegro is the smallest republic of the former Yugoslavia, but also one of the most various vacation countries in Europe. Until 2006, the country was closely linked with Serbia in a confederation called Serbia-Montenegro and has since (again) gone its own way.
Whether you are looking for beautiful scenery, wild animals, impressive cities or colonial history - on a South Africa trip, everyone will get their money's worth. South Africa is a unique mosaic of landscapes, surrounded by two oceans, the Atlantic and the Indian.