Straddling in the middle of the Great Rift Valley sits the Ngorongoro Crater, where a collapsed volcano from 2-3 million years ago had given way to a vibrant wildlife set amidst a spectacular backdrop.
“When I first came to Budapest, I was bowled over by an often sad but confident city whose history seemed too complex to comprehend, by a beautiful but impenetrable language, and by a people I thought I’d never know.” – Steve Fallon
[Image Credit: Lefidele] Few things in the world can match the scale and grandiosity of Sahara. It’s a true force of nature—harsh, unforgiving and inhospitable—but camping in the dunes is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, guaranteed to leave you with unforgettable memories.
There’s no arguing that Santorini ranks among the world’s most beautiful islands. But Santorini is so much more than what you imagine it to be.
In 1945, more than 130,000 civilians lost their lives when the world’s most deadliest weapon was dropped at the epicenter of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. What most history books didn’t teach is that Kyoto was originally designated to be the first city to befall into the horrific fate.