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France might have the Eiffel Tower and England might have Buckingham Palace, but the natural beauty of Ireland’s landscapes is hard to compete with. The most remarkable wonders of Ireland are all a short day trip from the capital of Dublin. Venture north to the County of Antrim to marvel at the peculiar pentagon rock puzzle of the Giant's Causeway. West of Dublin, feel the fear of the Cliffs of Moher, a 650-foot drop that stretches unfenced for over 12 kilometres. The tapestry of Ireland’s country-side with sharp peaks, volcanic mountains and red sandstone, make the perfect setting for bush walks, hiking and leisurely drives intersected by pub stops.  
Set on the river of Firth of Forth with a backdrop of rolling green mountains, the city of Edinburgh is postcard picturesque. Beyond its natural beauty is the rich history that encompasses the 12th century Edinburgh Castle and the Medieval Old Town; a UNESCO World Heritage Site offering a rare glimpse into Celtic heritage. Beyond Edinburgh, a venture to the north of Scotland can be timed to witness one of the most awe-inspiring phenomenons on the planet, the sky show of green lights known officially as aurora borealis. Renowned for its rocky rivers, glorious countryside and storybook flora & fauna, Scotland is playground natural wonder and beauty.  
Disneyland, the Statue of Liberty and Santa Monica Pier; the USA is peppered with icons we all know and love, but it’s the natural wonders that surprise and delight most visitors to the States. Visit glaciers and waterfalls in the Yosemite National Park; explore the lowest location on earth at Death Valley; and day trip to the five Channel Islands not far from Los Angeles. Top that all off with the Rocky Mountains, Grand Canyon and Niagra Falls for a holiday filled with natural wonders from sun up to sun down.  
From grand monuments like Buckingham Palace, to odd novelties like the red phone box, England’s profound history makes for a visit filled with icons like no other, and conveniently, you don’t have to look much further than London. Start your day of icons at the Elizabeth Tower of the Palace of Westminster, or the place we like to refer to as “Big Ben”. From here, walk to Buckingham Palace to watch the Changing of the Guard and if your timing is right explore the Queen's Gallery and state rooms. Finish the day with a high tea in the iconic Notting Hill.  
Dripping in artistic heritage and hallmark monuments, Paris is a bucket list regular. Venture to the iconic glass pyramid that is the Louvre Museum and be overawed by what is celebrated as the most famous artwork in the world, Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Further along, visit the Arc de Triomphe, a 50 metre high monument built in the 1800’s that pays homage to those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and the Napoleonic Wars. But even these incredible icons may fade to oblivion when compared to the magnitude of reaching the top of the glorious Eiffel Tower. There’s nothing more iconic than a trip to breathtaking Paris.  
With more than 2000 years of history crawling throughout Italy, there’s never a dull moment when travelling this country. Take in the architecture of the Roman Empire with the ruins of the The Colosseum, arguably the most iconic amphitheatre in the world; venture through The Vatican City, walking the narrow stairs to the top of St. Peter's Basilica, one of the largest and most breath taking churches in the world; and marvel at Michelangelo’s artistic perfection on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Top all this off with the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and The Roman Forum to discover why travelling in Rome is an experience like no other.    
United Arab Emirates
Perhaps the most interesting aspect of a journey to the UAE is the extreme juxtaposition; from barren deserts to glitzy cityscape, here two worlds truly collide. Dubai’s Burj Khalifa building takes the term “sky scrapper” to all new heights. This majestic structure stands over 800 metres high, earning it the title of tallest man-made structure in the world. Dubai is also well known for its unique artificial archipelagos including “The World” and “Palm Islands” that make for a joyride in the sky with an incredibly unique view. Contrast all this with a camel safari in the Arabian Desert and your Middle Eastern holiday is perfectly complete.  
Zimbabwe & Zambia
The Victoria Falls, sitting on the edge of Zimbabwe and Zambia, are one of planet Earth’s most unfathomable creations. Being the largest sheet of falling water in the world, breathtaking cannot begin to describe this natural phenomenon. On most days, the waterfalls are overarched by a fully-fledged rainbow creating spectacular beauty that photos can’t possible encapsulate. Those with adventure in their bones can take a dip at the top of the falls in what’s been coined “The Devil’s pools”. However you choose to experience Victoria Falls, it’s an African experience you won’t soon forget.  
Soaked in years of history, mainland Greece is an archaeological playground begging to be explored. With the perfectly proportioned Parthenon, the world heritage site ruins of Acropolis, and the ancient Greek temple of Hephaistion, there is no shortage of sightseeing in and around Athens that will leave you utterly breathless. To take in the natural wonder of the Greek Islands, take a hike from Fira to Oia on Santorini, spend a day sailing from stunning Mykonos or simply take to the water and enjoy the wonders of the sea.  
It’s hard to fathom why there’s so much fuss around a brick wall. But The Great Wall of China, stretching over 20,000 incredible kilometres, is impressive to say the absolute least. A UNESCO world heritage site seeped in over 2000 years of history tracing back to the Qin dynasty, this is a must do for any world traveller. Beyond the Great Wall, the Ming Dynasty Tombs of Beijing’s Tianshou Mountain draws in travellers with its feng shui perfection and representation of China’s distinct history.