Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral formation in the world. The coral is located in Queensland Pacific coast in Australia and tourists visit the corals for diving and watching the awesome marine life.

Florence, Italy

Located in Italy in Tuscany region, Florence is an architectural, artistic and cultural pot in the country which also serves as the region’s administrative capital. With just a small population of nearly 400, 000 people, Florence boast as the birthplace of renaissance in Italy.

San Francisco, CA

Being the major, most lively city in California, San Francisco is a tourism gem featuring a liberal community, Victorian architecture, summer fog, hilly terrain, scenic beauty and a wonderful cultural and ethnic diversity.

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul serves as the cultural, administrative and financial capital of Turkey and it is the most populous city in the country. It is one of the world’s largest cities with a population of almost 20 million and in 2010; it was limited among the three major culture capitals in Europe.


The Scandinavian country of Norway is well known for its deep, complex fjords along its western coast. The country has great varied scenery consisting of mainly tall mountains and rocky wilderness.

Bermuda Island

Located in Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda is an overseas territory of Britain, situated off North American coast. The self governing territory of Bermuda has nine parishes with the notable ones being St. George’s Parish, Hamilton Parish and Smith’s Parish.


The North American country of Mexico borders USA and Belize to the north and South east respectively. The country boasts of incredibly extensive coastlines on Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico as well as Pacific Ocean on its western parts.


The Nordic country of Sweden has a population of 9.5 million people. Bordering Finland and Norway, the Oresund Bridge connects Sweden to Denmark and Arctic sits on its northern parts.