There’s something so special about travelling when you’re young, which is why Millennials and Gen Z’s should travel sooner rather than later. Here are five destinations young travelers should instantly add to their list of places to travel.
Australia is a country and continent in the Southern hemisphere. Australia is the world’s smallest continent and sixth-largest country by total area. It is a beautiful country with a diverse range of landscapes, from the snow-clad mountains to the hot arid deserts. The population of Australia is around 26 million people.
Australian English has a distinctive accent and vocabulary. Australians generally use a mixture of British and American spellings, but they have also developed their own unique words which are often not used elsewhere.
It has been one of the most successful countries economically in the world for over a century. Standing on the Great Barrier Reef, walking the streets of Sydney, or diving with sharks in Cairns are just some of the experiences Australia has to offer.
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Spend the week at the amazing Byron Bay, a favorite beach destination for Australians and international guests alike.
With its vibrant reefs and abundant sea life, diving in French Polynesia is among the best in the world.
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Kangaroo Island, Australia is remote and filled with natural beauty, making it the perfect place to find your wild side.
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Tasmania, an island off Australia’s south coast, offers a wealth of adventures, from hiking to boating to unusual wildlife like the Tasmanian Devil.
Heading to Tasmania? Here is our insider’s guide on what to do and see in Hobart, Tasmania, from hiking Mt. Wellington to shopping at Salamanca Markets
As a kid growing up in Melbourne, actor Louis Mandylor got the best of both worlds — the tight-knit Greek culture and Australia’s “no worries” attitude.
From Port Arthur to the Great Eastern Drive, this two-week road trip through Tasmania will leave you itching to pack your bags and head Down Under.