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Asia is the world’s largest continent, and one of the most diverse. Every weather and climate is experienced here with some of the lowest and highest points in the world. Plus, there's an exciting range of cultures and religions to explore.


As a continent, Africa is an incredibly diverse place to visit, with rich cultural offerings, breathtaking landscapes and exciting city destinations - and that’s just for starters. You can also take in a variety of languages, religions, geographical marvels and a wealth of history too, not forgetting huge sporting fixtures, unforgettable safaris and the only fully remaining relic of the Seven Wonders of the World. The second-largest continent after Asia, both in terms of geography and population, it’s little wonder there are such a plethora of things to experience in Africa. But there are some sights and experiences not to be missed for any intrepid explorer, or even casual holiday-maker, which deserve a spot on any bucket list.

North America

Experiencing North America can mean something every time you travel here. It's not just about the main cities like New York and Washington DC; North America is home to ancient forests and woodlands, vast national parks, forbidding deserts, and some of the most famous sights in the world.

South America

From Chile's amber-hued Atacama Desert to Argentina's sultry tango and from Brazil's vibrant Rio De Janeiro carnival to Peru's extraordinary Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, the continent of South America spans a majestic 14 countries. A heady mix of Amazon rainforest, powder white sands and adrenalin-filled adventure, each country is as unique and beautiful as the next. Home to some of the most diverse wildlife in the world, you're also privy to the largest river on earth in the Amazon basin and the history of the Inca Empire in countries including Peru, Chile and Colombia.


The best thing about travelling in Europe is that it’s so easy to get from one country to the next, yet you still feel like you’re in a completely different part of the world every time you cross a border. The cultural diversity of this continent means you can explore some of the most fascinating global history, including stunning architecture and secrets that are still being discovered even to this day.


Oceania is an exotic-sounding name, and it means the continent that encompasses a wide range of islands across Australasia and the Pacific. The most recognisable parts of Oceania are Australia and New Zealand, but Papua New Guinea and the Malay Archipelago are usually included when discussing Oceania, too.