Great Wall of China
A feast for the eyes, the Great Wall is over 20,000 km long and is one of the 7 Wonders of the World. Originally built as a defence against invaders, this is China’s most iconic monument.
This once-in-a-lifetime adventure features on almost every bucket list, ever. The trek combines jaw dropping scenery, beautiful Inca ruins and incredible sub-tropical jungles that come second to none. Your legs might hate you, but view of Machu Picchu is certainly worth it.
Hadrian’s Wall dates all the way back to 122 AD, during the reign of Emperor Hadrian, when it was used as a defensive fortification in the Roman province of Britannia. The wall is the best-preserved frontier of the Roman Empire and is also a designated UNESCO World Heritage site. History students will go nuts!
Great Ocean Road
It must be called ‘Great’ Ocean Road for some reason, right? Along the road you’ll find all manner of incredible sights, including the Twelve Apostles, Bay of Islands, London Arch and Cape Otway.
Mount Everest Base Camp
The snow covered giant has attracted adventurous climbers for years. A trek to Base Camp is accompanied by incredible views of Everest itself, along with striking surrounding landscapes.
A walker’s paradise, Table Mountain blesses you with beautiful views of Cape Town and the coastline. With treks catered to every level of fitness, you’d be silly not to head to the top!
Cinque Terre, Italy
If picture perfect scenes are your thing, head to the five towns of Cinque Terre. Hike the path from Vernazza to Monterosso al Mare and discover everything this little spot of paradise has to offer.