Mexico is world famous for its fiestas, Latin flair and beaches, which is why millions of tourists flock to the country every single year. Cabo San Lucas is a popular pick, thanks to its beautiful resorts, golf courses and the famous Arch.
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Poor Puerto Rico. Despite being blessed with white sand beaches, a huge national forest, tropical weather and a historic town centre, the majority of tourists only spend a day here. Why? Because it’s all about the cruise ships.
There’s a good reason it’s called Sin City, but you don’t need to go crazy to have a great time in Las Vegas. Here are a few suggested itineraries to get you started, whether you’re travelling with friends, family or the boys.
With borders stretching from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico, Mexico offers a diverse landscape. From dry deserts to crashing ocean waves and stunning turquoise waters, there’s something for every sun seeker.
Canada is one of the largest countries in the world, second only to Russia. Being that big means even most Canadians haven’t seen all that the Great White North has to offer, never mind a tourist who is only able to visit for a couple of weeks. But if you have a bit of time—and a lot of money—you’ll be able to see at least the main highlights.
The heat isn’t enough to keep travellers away from beautiful Arizona, a state made famous by the Grand Canyon. Visitors flock south for golf, red mountains and a taste of the desert.
Edmonton is home to West Edmonton Mall, a 48-block-long juggernaut housing a hotel, casino, aquarium, skating rink, mini-golf and an amusement park among other things. Basically, it’s every kid’s dream come true.
When walking around a big city just won’t cut it, travellers now have the option to jump on a bike.