Camping in the national park, whale watching, bear watching, hiking to glacier fields. Canada's Yukon province and the southeast of the US state of Alaska stand for breathtaking landscapes and adventure at the same time.
Speeding towards the sun between the world metropolises of San Francisco and Los Angeles and discovering hidden beaches, lighthouses and picnic spots along the way - that's what the legendary Highway No. 01 promises.
Victoria Falls & Chobe
The majestic Victoria Falls, located on the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, are certainly one of the most impressive waterfalls on our planet and are one of the most famous sights in Africa.
Alaska features one of the last large wilderness areas in the world. Here the highest peaks of North America rise up, mighty glaciers plunge into the sea and you will find a vast extense of tundra.
Icebergs as far as the eye can see... whether you stroll through the town of Ilulissat or watch humpback whales on a boat trip, the fascinating ice colossuses are omnipresent and awe inspiring.
The South of Australia
The two states of South Australia and Victoria in the south of Australia have everything to offer that characterises the Fifth Continent and makes it unique - an incredibly fascinating fauna and an impressive variety of landscapes.
Eastern Canada boasts a mix of picturesque fishing villages in Nova Scotia, miles of red sand beaches on Prince Edward Island and major cities such as Halifax, Québec City and Montréal.
It is not only the urban energy of the Olympic cities Vancouver and Calgary that make a trip to Canada so worthwhile. You will discover natural wonders along the route in the provinces Alberta an british Columbia such as Peyto Lake or perhaps an encounter with a grizzly bear...