"A mind that is stretched by a new experience, will never go back to it's old dimensions" - Oliver Holmes
From sleeping in the desert under a sky full of stars to spending a night on a deserted paradise island surrounded by nothing more than sweeping palm trees; these are the experiences that will leave you in awe for the rest of your life. Collect as many as you can.
Some of Bali’s most incredible beaches are found in the Bukit Peninsula in the Southern part of the island, where imposing cliffs are overlooking expansive turquoise reefs.
In the centre of Nepal lies one of Asia's best parks for wildlife spotting perfectly named: 'Chitwan', literally translated to 'in the heart of the jungle'. In the heart of the jungle is where will you will be, cause once you set foot into this UNESCO heritage listed national park you have a good chance of spotting elephants, rhinos, deer, crocodiles and if you're really lucky even a leopard or the rare Bengal tiger.
The impressive country of Peru offers such a plethora of mesmerising landscapes, that it would be a waste to fly from one highlight to another and miss out on some of Peru's most stunning sights. Luckily, you will not have to miss any of it with the nostalgic Peru Rail luxury trains.
Brazil has it all; lush rainforests, waterfalls, mountains, desserts and almost 8000 km of coastline. Some of the most dazzling beaches are located in Brazil's tropical North East
When you arrive to El Nido in the Philippines, it is very likely that your expectations will be through the roof. You've seen every bedazzling photo of the clear blue waters and imposant limestone cliffs out there and decided that El Nido was going to be the highlight of your trip.
When it comes to the Philippines, choosing the right places to go on your adventure isn't easy; there are well over 7500 Islands in this archipelago, with one palm fringed beach even more mesmerising than the other.
The Sahara Desert, a basin of sand as large as the United States, is comprising more than 8 percent of the world's total land area and is growing bigger each day. Mistakingly, many people think the Sahara is the world's largest desert, however the first price still goes to Antartica.