Posts Tagged: south

Top 5 Scams in South America

After the overwhelming success of our previous article in this series (“Top 5 Scams in South America”), the scam-awareness train could not be derailed. Thus, we move ever onwards into somewhat uncharted waters and explore the most common scams and swindles that occur in South America. If you’ve ever been scammed and felt stupid about… Read more »

Top 4 Tallest Buildings in Asia

Burj Khalifa

Statistically the largest and most populated continent in the world, Asia is quite a large place to encompass in a single article, but here we are trying anyway. From the cradle of civilization to the Trans-Siberian Railway, there are a lot of things to explore within its majestic bounds – and today we are going… Read more »

Bangladesh – Top 5 Facts

Bangladesh

Sharing borders with India and Myanmar, the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is a place that you might want to visit if you are excited about adventure off the well-trodden path. Stretching upon 147,570 square kilometres and boasting a massive population of 163 million, it has already become the eighth most populous country in the world…. Read more »

Samoa – Top 5 Facts

Samoa

Located about halfway from Hawaii to New Zealand, the island nation of Samoa is a place that should not be left out if you are up for an adventure. Harbouring around 185,000 inhabitants and sitting comfortably deep within the bounds of the tropical climate zone, it is a paradise that you’ll not soon forget after… Read more »

Tokelau – Top 5 Facts

Tokelau

Are you an intrepid traveller? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore the lesser-trodden islands of the South Pacific? Well, if you have, then this is the article for you as we are going to explore the ups and downs of the island nation of Tokelau. With a population of just… Read more »

Tuvalu – Top 5 Facts

Tuvalu

Sitting just south of the Equator and boasting a tropical climate, one might ask the obvious question: why isn’t Tuvalu flooded by tourists? Well, first of all, it doesn’t have all those fancy things that, for example, the Hawaiian island of Oahu has and that probably discourages people from going there. But does it make… Read more »

South Korea – Top 5 Facts

Seoul

Who wouldn’t want to visit South Korea, right? There are not many places as flamboyant as that small East Asian country and for that particular reason, it is swarmed by tourists each year. Sitting between the humid continental and the humid subtropical climate zones, it offers a vast plethora of experiences for all preferences. Want… Read more »

Top 4 Deserts of the World

Atacama Desert

“Who would want to visit a desert?” you might ask. Well, let’s just say that the driest places in the world aren’t necessarily the most undesirable. There is plenty of fun to be had if you know just where to look for it. Tranquil sunsets, windless hours, warmth, and, of course, silence. Really, there’s nothing… Read more »

Guyana – Top 6 Facts

The tropical climate zone is always a coveted tourist-destination in its entirety (even though it encompasses a large chunk of the world) for it is paradisiacal and irresistible. Situated between Venezuela, French Guiana and Brazil, Guyana is a country that enjoys all of its flavours and so should you! Since it is tangent with the… Read more »

Suriname – Top 5 Facts

The north-western section of South America is quite a desirable location and it is on the map of almost every single tourist. Suriname, situated between Guyana, French Guiana and Brazil, is one such tropical paradise and its sights and marvellous people all serve its irresistible allure. So, before you race to the airport to pick… Read more »