The sun’s rays gently warming your face, the emerald water slowly washing away footprints in the soft sand, a cool breeze carrying the scent of the ocean and fanning green vegetation interspersed in the white sand dunes. No, you are not dreaming, this is what will greet you at Johnson Beach.
Somewhere in the middle of the Pacific Ocean lays the remote island of Guam. As the largest island of the Mariana island chains and the westernmost point of the United States, Guam should certainly be on your bucket list.
Malta is an island country lying in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. The Maltese Archipelago consists of three relatively small islands – Malta, Gozo, and Comino. The country is located just 80 km off the south coast of Italy and 280 km east of Tunisia.
Somewhere along the border between Tennessee and North Carolina, you can find rising tall the Great Smoky Mountains. The range is also part of
the Appalachian Mountains, which are one of the oldest mountains in the
Pltivice Lakes National Park is not only the oldest and largest national park in Croatia, but it is also part of the UNESCO list of World Natural Heritage sites. Plitvice Lakes consists of 16 lakes, connected through beautiful waterfalls and cascades and surrounded by rich forests.
A day trip to Lake Como is absolutely compulsory, if you are planning to visit Milan. Lake Como is the third largest lake in Italy and one of the deepest in Europe. It is located 80 km away from Milan, so it is a perfect option for a day trip from Milan.