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This small island group off the coast of Portugal is the next must see destination of 2018.
The Azores has become the it spot for scuba diving and geo-tourism.
A favorite place, especially for beginner divers, is the Lagoon, which is generally calm in the majority of places.
Colorado and Roche Zozo are among the most popular sites.
Visitors enjoy camping overnight under the stars, especially on full moon nights.
This Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge is a secluded land of monasteries and fortresses.
Racing down an active volcano at 25-30 miles per hour is a thrill like few others.
Situated in the Indian Ocean southeast of Africa, Mauritius boasts bright blue waters, warm white sands, and tropical temperatures all year long.
It is almost entirely encircled by a coral reef, which makes the island nation a superb destination for snorkeling.
It's the best-kept secret since Iceland: a volcanic Eden in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean that's still unseen by most travelers.
Rappel down rock faces, hike through dense forest, mountain bike around the crater of a volcano, or get up close and personal with the islands’ 27 species of resident whales and dolphins.
The kayak is a fundamental part of the history of Greenland, so you’re bound to find some incredible sights and landscapes that can’t be accessed any other way.