Africa is home to the world’s longest river - the Nile, as well as the largest desert - the Sahara. Its culture is as diverse as its geography is varied, with over 2000 languages spoken across the continent’s 54 countries. The continent’s biggest draw however, is undoubtedly its unique wildlife, putting Africa firmly on most people’s bucket list.
Asia is the world’s largest continent, covering 30% of the Earth’s land. It is also the most populated, containing 60% of the world’s population. this vast continent is home to the world’s highest mountain - Mount Everest, and is a melting pot of diverse and interesting cultures. Each of our asian destinations is unique in its own right, from the neon cities of Japan, to the tropical islands of Thailand or the lush mountainous terrain of Bhutan - there really is something for everyone in Asia.
Comprising Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea and the Pacific Islands, this far-flung corner of the world is renowned for its natural beauty and unique wildlife. From the stunning coastal cities of Australia to the rugged adventure playground of New Zealand, and the idyllically remote islands of French Polynesia, Australasia is a veritable paradise for visitors.
The cities and towns of Europe are steeped in formidable history, and are arguably the finest and most impressive in the world in terms of uncontrived beauty. Most trips to Europe include a bucket list of restaurants and wineries to visit, but really, the holiday and activity options here are endless.
Latin America is home to some of the world’s most phenomenal natural wonders. The longest mountain range on earth - The Andes divides the continent from the southern tip at Tierra del Fuego to its northernmost coast on the Caribbean. Within its boundaries lies the world’s highest active volcano (Chimborazo, in Ecuador), the world’s highest waterfall (Angel Falls) and the world’s driest region (Atacama Desert). The Amazon river basin is the world’s largest river basin and is home to countless species of fascinating flora and fauna. With so much to see, visitors need plenty of time to explore this fascinating part of the world.
The land of opportunity is richly endowed with natural resources and as a result is one of the most economically developed regions in the world, with the highest income per capita of any continent, and an average food intake per capita that is significantly greater than that of any other continent. Its geography is diverse, its cities energy-filled, and its tv entertaining. From theme parks to nature reserves, and gourmet restaurants to fast food frenzy, there is something for everyone here, and it is a particularly fantastic continent to discover as a family.