This exciting itinerary goes beyond normal expectations by including a diverse range of activities for an authentic travel experience. Immerse yourself in Japan's state of the art tech in Tokyo and visit an interactive art museum on the man-made island Odaiba prior to traveling to Fujikawaguchiko where you can look at the famous Mount Fuji volcano while relaxing in an onsen hot spring. You will then depart for Nagoya and visit interactive robots as well as the Ise Jingu Grand Shrine before a bullet train takes you to Kanazawa which has many historic samurai homes and the charming village Gokayama and finally, you will tour your final destination Kyoto by bicycle and discover breathtaking temples as well as the lively city culture.
Come and discover the capital of Argentina and the far south of Patagonia—Tierra del Fuego—over eight adventure-filled days. After having some fun in B.A., you'll fly to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. It's a great base to enjoy boat rides down the Beagle Channel, nature hikes in Tierra del Fuego National Park, and even a trip to an island home to thousands of Magellanic penguins.
Venture far enough down in Argentine Patagonia and you'll arrive at the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia. Over nine unforgettable days, you'll make excursions from this port city to nearby national parks for nature hikes and boat rides. You'll also kick off the trip with memorable times in Buenos Aires that include a trip to a nearby river town plus seeing an authentic tango show.
Ushuaia, located in Tierra del Fuego, is the southernmost city of the world. Imagine, then, the unspoiled nature and rugged landscapes that abound in this region of Patagonia. In just under a week you'll enjoy a few days in Buenos Aires followed by a jaunt to Ushuaia and trekking excursions, boat rides on the Beagle Channel, and even an outing to go penguin spotting.
Never mind two weeks—in just one week you can enjoy the Patagonian adventure of a lifetime. Starting in Buenos Aires, you'll fly south to the end of the continent and nature excursions in Tierra del Fuego National Park. Then you'll head north to El Calafate where you'll take boat trips around Lago Argentino and visit the most famous glacier in the region: Perito Moreno.
Even with just eight days, you can experience many of the highlights of Argentina's stunning Patagonia region. The adventure begins with a city tour of Buenos Aires followed by a trip to the far south and Tierra del Fuego for hikes and boat rides on the Beagle Channel. You'll then fly to El Calafate, home to incredible glaciers like Perito Moreno and Upsala, which you'll get to see up close.
Get away from it all with 10 days in two of the most beautiful areas of Argentine Patagonia. After a couple days enjoying Buenos Aires, you'll fly to the end of the continent where you'll embark on outdoor excursions in Tierra del Fuego. Then you'll fly north to the Southern Patagonian Ice Field where massive glaciers like Upsala and Perito Moreno await.
Venture into the wild over 11 days of pure Patagonian adventure. It begins with fun in one of the most incredible cities in the world, Buenos Aires, and from there you'll fly to the far south for nature excursions in Tierra del Fuego. After heading back north you'll take boat tours to massive glaciers and even make a trip to a Patagonian ranch that dates back over a century.
Over 12 unforgettable days, you'll travel as deep into Argentine Patagonia is it's possible to go. First, you'll enjoy a couple nights in Buenos Aires and then venture to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. From there you'll fly a short way north to the Southern Patagonian Ice Field where you'll visit the most impressive glaciers in the region, including Perito Moreno and Upsala.
Anyone with a passion for the great outdoors owes it to themselves to experience Patagonia at least once. This 13-day adventure offers the highlights of this region, starting in the far south with nature hikes in Tierra del Fuego followed by a trip to the Southern Patagonian Ice Field to tour massive glaciers. Along the way, you'll visit a penguin colony, travel the Beagle Channel, and see the sights in Buenos Aires.
Begin this two-week Argentine adventure in Buenos Aires for city tours and tango shows. Next, fly to the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, where you'll visit a penguin colony travel up the famed Beagle Channel. After excursions in Tierra del Fuego, finish the adventure in El Calafate to see the iconic Perito Moreno Glacier and the breathtaking scenery of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field.
On this 11-day adventure, you'll visit two ends of Argentina that are as different as they are beautiful. After experiencing Buenos Aires you'll fly south to the "end of the world," Tierra del Fuego. Then you'll go north and tour the glaciers around El Calafate before the journey takes a tropical turn with a visit to Iguazú, where you'll tour its thundering waterfalls.
In just 10 days you can travel to both ends of Argentina and experience the highlights of each region. In the south you'll experience the unspoiled region of Patagonia including its glaciers and the far-south national parks of Tierra del Fuego. You'll then go from snow to sunshine as you travel to the tropical north and marvel at the biggest waterfalls in the America at Iguazú.
The highlights of Argentina are unrivaled anywhere in the world. On this two-week tour, you'll experience the sophistication of Buenos Aires, the mesmerizing force of Iguazú Falls, the glaciers of El Calafate, and more. It's the perfect balance between metropolitan fun and Patagonian adventure that's ideal for any type of traveler.
Drive Iceland's famous Ring Road on this quick, eight-day trip, which includes a detour to the volcanic Snaefellsnes Peninsula. Head south to the most visited highlights, including massive waterfalls, black-sand beaches, and glaciers. Enjoy the scenic route through the East Fjords before arriving at Lake Mývatn, surrounded by geothermal and volcanic wonders. Visit the whale-watching capital of Husavik and venture west into the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, with its small fishing towns, easy cliffside walks, and lava fields, and end by exploring the Icelandic capital city of Reykjavík.
Enjoy culture, history, and relaxation on this packed 15-day grand tour of Croatia's Dalmatian coast and five of the southeastern European nations. You'll begin in Croatia's Zagreb before venturing south to explore the Adriatic coastline and turning inland to navigate a scenic route through Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, Albania, and Montenegro. This trip is perfect for the bucket-list traveler who wants to cover as much territory as possible in two weeks.
With two weeks in New Zealand, there is plenty to discover on the South Island. Begin in Queenstown for some wine tasting, bungee jumping, scenic flights, and hot-pool soaks. Then, visit a glowworm cave in Te Anau, followed by hiking in Mt Aspiring National Park and more wine tasting in Wanaka. Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers are next, along with a stop at the Pancake Rocks in Punakaiki. Then, spend two days discovering Abel Tasman National Park, do more wine tasting in Blenheim, go sea kayaking in Akaroa, and wind down with a full day of sightseeing in Christchurch.
Experience the contrasts of Myanmar in just five days with this adventure in Yangon and the Shan State. Highlights include a visit to glittering Shwedagon Pagoda and the bustling street markets of the capital, interaction with ethnic groups in the town of Pindaya, a day trekking in the highlands, and a bike ride along the shores of Inle Lake.
From serene temples to bustling markets, city sightseeing to beautiful landscapes, this five-day trip showcases the diversity of Myanmar. Start in intriguing Yangon, travel to temple-filled Bagan, then touch down in tranquil Inle Lake.
Active types who like to move at a meaningful pace will love this 12-day trip that explores beautiful trails across Western Norway. Traveling from Oslo to Bergen, you'll make multi-day stops in Geilo, Aurland, and Solstrand to hike in the presence of lush valleys, dramatic fjords, and glaciers while staying in peaceful accommodations—many that offer spas and wellness activities. In addition to hiking, you can join biking and fly-fishing excursions and/or visit local boutiques and art galleries for unique souvenirs.
In just iover a week you can experience two major highlights of Argentina: Patagonia and Iguazú Falls. After enjoying a night in Buenos Aires, you'll fly to El Calafate and enjoy a luxury boat tour to the iconic Perito Moreno Glacier. Then you'll fly north to Iguazú to hike around both the Brazilian and Argentine sides of these massive waterfalls.
Why tour one natural wonder in Argentina when you can visit two? It all begins in Buenos Aires, and from there you'll fly to the Southern Patagonian Ice Field for tours of the famous Perito Moreno Glacier. Then you'll fly to the far north to the border with Brazil where you'll find the most incredible waterfalls in the Americas, Iguazú.
Get ready for the trip of a lifetime in Argentina. It begins in Buenos Aires, where you'll not only enjoy the city but make day trips to nearby river towns and cowboy ranches, too. Then you're off to Patagonia to visit the mammoth Perito Moreno Glacier before flying north to tour the equally impressive natural wonder that is Iguazú Falls
This diverse 12-day tour combines top destinations in Argentina for a trip that won't disappoint. Start by experiencing the cosmopolitan bustle of Buenos Aires before you fly south to El Calafate to visit spectacular glaciers on foot and by boat. Then, fly north to the Brazilian border (and warmer weather) to explore Iguazú Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world.
Imagine a Patagonian adventure where you walk with penguins, swim with sea lions, and hike across the surface of a glacier. You'll do all this and more on a nine-day trip to Argentine Patagonia. It begins in Buenos Aires, and from there you'll visit the exotic marine mammals of the southern Atlantic coast before heading to El Calafate and embarking on an ice hike you'll never forget.
Get ready to experience the best of Patagonia on an 11-day journey to southern Argentina. You will get the best of both worlds, from the ancient glaciers of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field to the exotic marine wildlife on the Atlantic coast. This includes swimming with sea lions and visiting a colony of thousands of Magellanic penguins.
Many people are aware of Patagonia's unspoiled wilderness and vast steppe deserts, but it's also a haven for exotic wildlife and marine mammals. You'll see these creatures firsthand when you visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Península Valdés for a whale-watching tour and visit to a Magellanic penguin colony. To cap the adventure, you'll even hike across the surface of a massive glacier.
When Patagonia beckons, adventurers must answer the call. This 11-day journey covers the classics of Argentine Patagonia, including the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier and the far south region of Tierra del Fuego. Even better, you'll also head to the Atlantic coast for whale watching near Puerto Madryn.
This itinerary in Argentine Patagonia is for adventurers with a passion for the rugged outdoors. In 11 days you'll not only visit Los Glaciers National Park, but you'll venture to the furthest reaches of the continent for excursions in Tierra del Fuego. Add in some wildlife spotting in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Península Valdés, and you have all the makings of a trip of a lifetime.
Enjoy high adventure over 13 fun-filled days in Argentina. You'll discover nearly the entire country, starting with a tango show in Buenos Aires followed by a riverboat cruise up the Río de la Plata. Then you'll visit Argentina's southern Lake District for catamaran tours, followed by a full-day wine tour in Mendoza, and finally a stop at Iguazú, where you'll marvel at its famous waterfalls.
If you prefer active adventures to indoor amenities, this two-week Argentina expedition is for you. You'll enjoy many activities, starting with city tours of Buenos Aires followed by a trip to Patagonia for nature hikes and catamaran lake tours. Then it's back north to Mendoza wine country where you'll sample the famous Malbec, then a trip to mammoth Iguazú Falls, which is so big it straddles both Argentina and Brazil.
Come and enjoy exciting adventures and beautiful scenery in Patagonia over 12 unforgettable days. From Buenos Aires, you'll fly south to the Atlantic coast, where you'll go on whale-watching tours plus visit a penguin colony. After enjoying nature excursions in Tierra del Fuego, you'll head north to El Calafate, where you'll embark on the ultimate adventure: hiking the surface of Perito Moreno Glacier.
Argentina Patagonia has it all, including virgin forests, rugged mountains, beautiful coastline, lakes, rivers, and an abundance of exotic wildlife. You'll experience it all on a two-week trip that will take you from the glaciers of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field to the vast wilderness of Tierra del Fuego. You'll even visit Puerto Madryn, a haven for marine wildlife ranging from penguins to killer whales.
This 15-day tour of Argentina's far south covers the classics. Starting in Buenos Aires, you'll fly to Patagonia for a range of outdoor activities plus visit two national parks: Tierra del Fuego and Los Glaciares. As if that isn't enough, you'll also go on a whale-watching tour and visit South America's largest Magellanic penguin colony for the ultimate photo opportunity.
When people think of Patagonia they think of ancient glaciers, alpine forests, snow-capped granite peaks, and vast expanses of unspoiled nature. You'll experience all of it over nine days in both Argentina and Chile that will take you from Buenos Aires to Chile's premier national park, Torres del Paine. Along the way, you'll enjoy some of the most memorable nature hikes and excursions the world has to offer.
This 10-day adventure in Argentina allows you to enjoy city life in Buenos Aires while also visiting one of the most beautiful regions in the world, Patagonia. In Buenos Aires, you'll discover the city on a walking tour before jetting to Patagonia and hiking near the iconic Mt. Fitz Roy. Besides visiting awe-inspiring glaciers, you'll also go hiking in Torres del Paine, the crown jewel of national parks in Chilean Patagonia.
This exciting and less-traveled winter adventure takes you deep into Norway's boreal territory for spectacular snowcapped scenery. The trip kicks off in Tromsø, a sophisticated little city known as the 'Paris of the North'. From here, make your way east to Kirkenes—traveling by bus—while taking advantage of unique Arctic excursions and numerous possibilities for spotting the Northern Lights.
Come to Cuba in dry, sunny winter and spring for fantastic outdoor activities, including some memorable hiking and idyllic beaches. And tap into the island's cultural activities in the wetter summer and fall months, especially the diverse music scene and museums in big cities like Havana, Matanzas, Camagüey, and Santiago de Cuba. This article introduces you to what each season is best for in this spellbinding island destination.
As the third-largest country in the world, the climate of China is as diverse as the country itself. Depending on when and where you go, you can find yourself experiencing weather that ranges from 100°F in summer months to below freezing in winter. The best time of year to travel to China depends on many factors, from the regions you’d like to visit, sights you plan to see—and how willing you are to sacrifice better weather for less-crowded venues.
Having more than 10 days to travel in a country as beautiful as Norway is a real luxury, allowing you to see a few different regions without having to rush. Summer travelers can choose from a number of active or relaxing fjord trips that include one or more means of transportation (rental car, fjordcruise, train, and Hurtigruten), while those visiting in cooler months can head above the Arctic Circle for dramatic islands, Northern Lights, and fewer crowds. Most trips start and end in Oslo and/or Bergen, injecting the perfect amount of urban adventure.
Nine days is a great amount of time to explore one or two regions in Norway, allowing for a few days of scenic transit without feeling too rushed. In Northern Norway, you can start the trip in cultural Tromsø, with separate multi-day excursions in the wilderness at both Trapper's Farm (inland) and the island of Senja (coastal). Or start further south Oslo and end in Bergen, traveling by train, ferry, fjordcruise, Hurtigruten, or rental car. Learn more about your options below.
More a combination of culturally distinct regions than one homogenous country, Spain is almost too diverse to experience in a single trip—almost. You can enjoy the major areas of this Iberian gem no matter if your interests are leisure and gastronomy, culture and history, or road-trip adventures. See our travel recommendations below to enjoy Spain to the fullest, whether you're here for five days or two weeks.
With just over a week to explore Norway's incredible scenery, you can pick a region and pair it with some urban fun in the country’s best transit cities: Oslo, Bergen, and Tromsø. Summer travelers can choose from a number of active trips—often traveling by ferry, train, and bus—while those visiting in winter can stay in a luxury lodge above the Arctic Circle while searching for the Northern Lights. For more relaxation, check out the ultimate scenic road trip that includes views of the UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord and Trollstigen, or 'Troll's Ladder'.
This road trip itinerary combines some of Norway's best fjords, mountains, villages, and cities. Start in Oslo where you'll have time to check out the exciting capital before taking the train and ferry to pick up your car. Then, travel at your own pace to various hiking trails, UNESCO-listed marvels, picturesque fjords, and even a national park boasting the country's highest peaks. To end the adventure, return your car and catch a fjordcruise to Bergen—a lively wharf city surrounded by seven mountains.
Perfect for active travelers, this 12-day itinerary highlights both Argentine Patagonia and Argentina's Lake District. You'll begin in El Calafate, the heart of Patagonia, to explore the region's impressive landscapes, including the towering Perito Moreno glacier. Then, you'll travel to El Chaltén to enjoy day hikes and stunning vistas featuring the iconic Mount Fitz Roy. Top it all off in the beautiful Lake District with a visit to Bariloche, where you'll be treated to tasty hot chocolate as well as hiking and kayaking adventures.
With six days in Morocco, you can tour some of the country’s best highlights, depending on what inspires you. You could devote your itinerary entirely to exploring Moroccan cities, where you can wander around mosques, souks, and centuries-old landmarks embellished with exquisite mosaics. Or you can split your time between a big city (for example, Marrakech) and the desert. If you’re a “more is more” kind of traveler, you can even add on time in an Atlantic coastal town.
Traveling from Dublin to Galway has never been so green. Visit the two bustling Irish cities, tapping your toes to traditional music sessions, exploring foodie scenes with your taste buds, and chasing historic tales through cobblestone streets. In between, hike the scenic paths in the Wicklow Mountains, including the famous Glendalough Trail that passes through a 1,500-year-old settlement.
Take a ten-day road trip to Namibia and Botswana's top parks on this itinerary. You'll drive through landscapes of all varieties as you scope out the wildlife and natural attractions along the way, including the sand dunes of Sossuvlei, rock formations of Damaraland, and expanse of the Okavango Delta.
Drive through an entire spectrum of landscapes on this 11-day trip. Whether you're staring up at the Sossusvlei sand dune, down into the rock caves of Damaraland, or out across the salt pans at Makgadikgadi, you're sure to find a new scene around every corner.
More than 42% of Namibia’s surface area is under some form of conservation management; appreciate the country's investment into its wildlife with this 12-day itinerary. You'll scope out animals across varying ecosystems as you make your way across multiple national parks in both Namibia and neighboring Botswana.