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Situated between Central Europe and the Balkans, Croatia holds 10 UNESCO World Heritage Site masterpieces. Starting in Zagreb, a 900-year-old city, it is considered one of the most preserved European city centers built in the Art Nouveau style rich in culture and history. North of Zagreb, the Zagorje region embraces a tranquil, hilly-green area steeped in medieval history, thermal springs, a distinct cuisine, and centuries-long cultivation of cool-climate grapes.

Take an incredible journey back in time at Kumrovec Ethno Village and its open-air museum. Stop by the Plitvice Lakes, surrounded by 16 picturesque lakes interconnected by a series of dramatic waterfalls ranging in color. A visit is not perfect without a stop on Hvar Island, one of the many Dalmatian islands. Hvar Island is known as Croatia's most extended, sunniest, and most beautiful island, famous for lush vegetation, including oak and pine woods, as well as fragrant lavender and rosemary fields. 

In addition, its impressive architecture, delectable wines, and azure-blue pebble beaches make for a never-forgotten experience. Lastly, a trip to Croatia is not complete without visiting Dubrovnik, known worldwide as the "The Pear of the Adriatic." It is Croatia's most famous city and beautiful destination with a magical cultural history all to its own.

South Korea

South Korea


Korea offers all visitors a unique experience that surpasses all expectations. Home to 13 UNESCO World Heritage sites, visitors can see the country's unique culture and distinct beauty. 

From ancient palaces built centuries ago, such as Gyengbokgung Palace and Changdeokgung Palace, to today’s world-famous K-POP music scene, legendary wellness using Oriental medicine treatment methods, to

Jeju Island, a volcanic island created by parasitic cones from the eruptions of the Hallasan Mountain. From Seoul to Busan, to Gangwon-do Province, where more than 80% of the area is mountainous, to Gyeongsangnando Province, home to many breathtaking coastal areas with picture-perfect landscapes. To Jeollabuk-Do Province, which preserves the traditional Korean culture. Visitors can rent traditional clothing “hanbok” and stroll along the Jeonju Hanok Village.

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Nestled between Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Chile offers a fascinating culture, ancient volcanos, the driest desert on the earth, exquisite landscapes, and gastronomic delights.

From the capital Santiago, where you can visit popular neighborhoods, historic buildings, and coastal towns, to the Atacama Desert, to the stunning landscapes of Torre del Paine in the Chilean Patagonia, where you can witness thousand-year-old ice fields, to the beautiful vineyards of the Chilean Winelands. Experience Chile’s culture, culinary savors, Patagonia trek, horseback riding, serene Lake District escapes, and Valparaiso, a colorful seaside city. Notwithstanding, the famous Easter Island where you can attend a Tapati Rapa Nui Festival and Viña del Mar are two additional must-visit locations.

South Africa

South Africa


Discover an unforgettable trip of a lifetime to South Africa. From Cape Town, with its unique coastal suburbs, gourmet cuisine, vibrant cosmopolitan culture, rich history, iconic mountains, rolling hills, and many world-class wineries.

Explore the breathtaking Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Cruise the Zambezi River to admire crocodiles, hippos, and a diverse birdlife like nowhere else. Take an ultimate lifetime adventure to the Kruger National Park, one of the largest wildlife reserves in the world, where you will be able to spot all the "Big Five." Discover even more diverse wildlife while on safari at Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Kenya, and Tanzania. Whether traveling with family, in a group, or on a honeymoon, South Africa will not disappoint.

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