Lake Peyto, Canada
It's hard to believe the blue of Peyto Lake. In pictures, the color of this radiant body of water looks enhanced or altered in some way, but when you see it first hand, you realize it's resplendently real.
Montenegro is a Balkan country near Serbia, Kosovo, and Albania. Throughout this small country are rustic landscapes with towering mountains, stunning coastlines, and well-kept heritage sites.
The Riviera’s are famous destinations for several cruise ships and travelers. Away from the seaside areas, Montenegro also has a National Park with a large beautiful lake for camping, hiking, and sightseeing activities.
Traveling to Iceland is a dream for many and Iceland’s nature is truly magical.
The climate is relatively mild thanks to the Gulf Stream. However, the weather conditions change rapidly and it is not unusual to experience different types of weather only a few hours.
A well-known Icelandic adage is that “if you do not like the weather, just wait 5 minutes”.
Everyone recognizes Switzerland as the land of mountains, cheese and happy people. However, glossy tourism brochures do not tell the entire story: Switzerland is much more than a country of stereotypes.
Armenia is a landlocked country in Eurasia. The country has a rich history and magnificent scenery.
Situated about an hour from the capital, Bern, the village of Lauterbrunnen and the entire Lauterbrunnen Valley in Switzerland, offers an abundance of things to do for both the active and more passive visitor.
The 18 Faroe Islands have a total population of around 50,000—a drop in the bucket compared to Nordic neighbors Sweden and Norway or tourist-heavy Iceland, which saw 1.6 million visitors in 2016.
For many, the nature and wildlife to see in Chile is the main reason they want to come here. With territory stretching from dry desert in the North to ice-covered fjords in the South and bordered on one side by the Andes Mountains, Chile has some of the most diverse and beautiful landscapes in South America.
Scotland's geography is characterized by its variation, and falls mainly into Lowlands, Highlands and Islands.
The country lies on an ancient geological feature known as the Great Glen Fault. The Great Glen runs north east to south west, forming the spine of the Scottish Highlands.
5 Facts about Mongolia:
- The majority of the population is of Mongol ethnicity, but there are also a lot of Kazakhs that occupy the state.
- The official language is Mongolian, and the Cyrillic alphabet is used.
- Mongolia is the 18th largest country in the world.
- Mongolia is home to the Gobi Desert, which is the fifth largest desert in the world but the largest in Asia.
- The Mongol Empire was founded in 1206 by Genghis Khan.