Category: UNESCO World Heritage Sites to Visit

Category: UNESCO World Heritage Sites to Visit

6 of the best places to visit in Namibia for nature and wildlife sightings including 2 UNESCO sites, cheetahs, black rhino tracking on foot and virtually guaranteed multiple wildlife sightings at the waterholes of Etosha National Park.

The Holy Spirit hike in Meteora, Greece, is packed with adventure, breath-taking views, long traditions and a first for me….a monk jail!

Sigyria, also referred to as “Lions Rock” is Sri Lanka’s most visited historical destination. It’s been home to a king, monks and is now a UNESCO site.

Not only is Kvarken Archipelago Finland’s only natural UNESCO Site, it’s also one of the fastest rising land uplifts in the world and a nature lover’s paradise.

Budapest Tram #2 is the most scenic tram journey in Europe according to National Geographic. And according to our guide it’s the second most scenic tram journey in the world (after San Francisco). Regardless of it’s rating, It’s spectacular!

The canals of Amsterdam are celebrating a birthday in 2013 and it’s rather a big one. 400 years to be exact! Here are 8 reasons why you should celebrate it:

Bamberg is Germany’s largest UNESCO World Heritage Site and the third largest in Europe. In my opinion it’s also the prettiest city in Bavaria with a whopping 2500 historic buildings.

Humpback whale sightings are virtually guaranteed in St Lucia from June-November. It was one of the best whale watching trips I’ve ever been on!

My hippo tour in iSimangaliso Wetland Park was one of the highlights of my trip to South Africa! Not only is it a UNESCO Site but it’s also home to 800 hippos!

iSimangaliso Wetland Park is a UNESCO Site in South Africa. It is home to crocs and 800 Hippopotami and my favorite, the endangered Samango monkey.

Alpe di Siusi (Seiser Alm in German) is home to the Dolomites, Europe’s largest alpine meadow AND serves as a training ground for Olympic athletes!