Leave your body completely out of control and see how flowing on the saltiest water in the world feels like.
An exception for the Irish landscape, this rocky place fascinates botanists, archeologists and geologists from all over the world.
More than a thousand islands rising from the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean...just 1m above sea level. These are the Maldive Islands.
Uluru -the big red rock- is Australia's best known natural feature and has become a national symbol.
Eight glaciers are a surviving remnant of the thick ice mass that once coated most of Western Canada's mountains.
A visit to Rotorua is two journeys in one: to the heart of the Maori culture and to the most unique site in the world.
Some of the world's oldest redwood groves and trees dating 2,200 years can be found in California.
The "Land of Trembling Earth" is a fascinating unspoilt natural area, the largest in North America.
Even though they are quite small, the Sweet Grass Hills are the most visible mountains in Montana and they seem very tall when viewed from distance.