Sand, sand, sand, oryx. That about sums up any visit to Namibia. It's one of the few African countries that you can safely visit on your own, as long as you're comfortable with lots and lots of driving—offroading in the desert, with wild animals on every turn.
Undoubtedly one of the top 3 countries I’ve been to, Chile has it all: deserts, geysers, volcanos, lakes, glaciers, fjords, and much more. One thing’s for sure—Chile’s nature is second to none.
Mexico is an incredibly diverse and colorful country. And it’s also very easy on your wallet! You can experience so much in trip: Beaches, ruins, and majestic mountains are just a few of the things that drew us to visit.
The nature in Georgia is what makes it worth visiting, because goshdarnit, those mountains are incredible! On the other hand, Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, is really the only populated place in the country that’ll knock your socks off.
Israel is a dream destination where you can explore holy sites and historical spots while enjoying the best falafel with hummus. It's a land brimming with rich history, stunning natural beauty, and a mix of nice Jews and grumpy Arabs.
Japan, the land where toilets are smarter than smartphones, where neon-lit skyscrapers coexist with serene temples, and where you'll feel the culture shock on every corner.
The land of Alpine pastures, mighty castles, famous composers… and cringe decoration. I believe the best of Austria lies outside the big cities. Austrian nature is impeccable!
What Belgium lacks in nature it makes up for in museums, culture, and great food (and beer)! If you check out our travel tips, you’ll know that Belgium is so small and the trains are so good that all the best spots can be visited as day trips.
Is Germany just bratwurst and beer? Wait, they’ve also got punctuality and love respecting rules, right? Is that it? No! There’s also Hitler! Just kidding... that’s not all at all! Cities, castles, and fabulous natural treasures await you.
Wonderful nature, rich history, and unique cuisine—that’s Greece. You could spend weeks visiting the debris of old civilizations... with some much-needed beach time included, of course.
I really hate the Italian way of driving, which is essentially a survival game for the toughest. On the other hand, there are places in Italy where you just want to stop time and enjoy the atmosphere.
It’s not hard to fall in love with Scotland: from castles and hikes to lovely Edinburgh, Scotland is perfect for an adventurous trip or a romantic getaway. Scenery-wise, Scotland is one of the most amazing countries in the world.