America is well known for its diverse wildlife, offering visitors the chance to spot rare and elusive species such as bears, wolves and whales. We’ve rounded up six of the very best locations in the U.S. for wildlife watching.
Are you struggling to decide where to visit this year? We’ve compiled a list of reasons why the United States of America is on our list of top destinations. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or you’re hoping to tick off more states, here are eight reasons why we think the USA should be at the top of your travel wish list for 2020.
If you’re currently planning your 2020 travels, why not factor in that once-in-a-lifetime bucket-list trip? These are the kind of adventures that require a lot of planning but result in holidays that you’ll remember for your whole life.
The majestic peaks of the Three Towers of Paine (The Cordillera Paine mountain group) will be one of the most spectacular sights you will ever witness located in Torres del Paine National Park - Puerto Natales, Chile.
Offering barefoot luxury with the magic of the ocean before you, Oceano Patagonia's position is one of the most coveted on Patagonia's wild coastline of the Atlantic Ocean and rated as the prime location for whale watching, with the whole village revolving around the wildlife cycle
From blood-red sunsets to bright yellow sunrises, staying at Bahia Bustamante is putting your self into the picture of a wildlife Eden. Penguins strut in their tuxedos, seals playfully peer at you as they bounce in the water, and feathered creatures hover in never-ending blue skies.
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