Be captivated by the beauty of some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the world. Glaciers, valleys, wildflowers, lakes, cliffs, waterfalls, seas and majestic mountains… Disconnect from the day to day by exploring our selection of excursions through these dreamy natural landscapes!
The Cliffs of Moher (Ireland)
One of the most stunning landscapes in Ireland, and all of Europe, comes exploring the stony area of The Burren and visiting the Cliffs of Moher. The cliffs are 8 kilometers long and up to 210 meters high. In this habitat, birds such as cormorants and puffins abound. It is a must see if you spend several days in Dublin. Just don’t mind the weather!
Loch Ness and the Highlands (Scotland)
Are you visiting Edinburgh? You cannot miss the amazing landscapes of the Highlands, the Rannoch Moor, the unique Glencoe Valley, Mount Ben Nevis and the mysterious Loch Ness. In Forth August, on the shores of Loch Ness, you can take a boat trip in search of “Nessie” (the legendary “monster” that inhabits the lake) or take a walk along the banks of the Caledonian Canal, the longest in Scotland. The highlands may not be the most visited tourist attraction in Europe, but it’s certainly is home to some of its most beautiful landscapes.
Zakopane and the Tatras Mountains (Poland)
Unforgettable landscapes, fresh air, wooden houses and a lively atmosphere make this one of the most popular destinations in Poland. The Tatras Mountains (Tatry, in Polish) are located on the border between Poland and Slovenia and are the highest part of the Carpathian mountain range. Once in Zakopane, (considered the winter capital of Poland) you can take the funicular up to the Gubałówka and Butorowy Wierch mountains, from where you get fabulous views of the city. This tour is ideal if you are traveling to Krakow for several days and want to explore the countryside near the city.
The Grand Canyon (USA)
On to the heavy hitters, and no list of most beautiful natural landscapes could be complete without the Colorado Grand Canyon, one of the natural wonders of the world, and a must-see for anyone visiting Las Vegas. Discover the western part of the Grand Canyon (West Rim or Grand Canyon West), which is characterised by its incredible cliffs, narrow and incredibly deep. You can visit the famous Skywalk, a walkway with a glass floor hanging over the edge of the canyon; allowing you to “fly” at 1,300 meters high. A unique experience!
Enchanted City of Cuenca (Spain)
The Enchanted City of Cuenca is a magical place, where nature has created an incredible spectacle that more than lives up to its name. Be amazed by the incredible karstic landscape, formed by the dissolving of soluble rocks such as limestone, dolomite, and gypsum – leaving behind beautiful shapes in the rock. The dog, the seal, the turtle, the bears, the Roman bridge, the lovers of Teruel… Discover the images that nature has sculpted over millions of years!
Danube and Wachau valleys (Austria)
The ruins of Dürnstein Castle, Melk Abbey, the Krems wine region and the beautiful valleys of the Danube and Wachau are some of the most popular destinations from Vienna. In the Austrian countryside you will enjoy old towns, rugged vineyards and, as you’ll see below, simply spectacular landscapes.
Ouzoud Waterfalls (Morocco)
The Ouzoud waterfalls are the largest and most impressive waterfalls in North Africa. They stretch 110 metres high, and are located in the province of Tanaghmeilt, 150 kilometers from Marrakech, in the Atlas Mountains. The walk through the waterfalls is stunning, with the possibility to explore both sides of the waterfalls, discovering its vegetation and fauna. In fact, it is quite common to see monkeys! It is an essential day trip if you’re spending several days in Marrakech and want to explore the surroundings.
Located in southern Florida, the Everglades National Park is the wildest area in the United States. This wetland, measuring 6,000 square kilometres, is seemingly never-ending. Enjoying the wild beauty and exotic animals that inhabit the marshes is essential if you visit Miami on a multi-day trip.
Perito Moreno Glacier (Argentina)
Perhaps the most famous glacier in the world, Perito Moreno is an absolute must-see for anyone visiting El Calafate. A stunning natural landscape: be amazed by the greatness of nature, in the Glacier National Park, 80 kilometers from the city. The best way to experience the immensity of the Perito Moreno is by taking a boat trip around its base. And if you are lucky you will be able to see some ice detachment up close.
Yosemite National Park (USA)
Yosemite is the most famous National Park in the United States. Its landscape is characterised by the giant redwood forest (Mariposa Grove), known as the largest trees in the world, and Yosemite Falls, the highest waterfall in North America. It’s an essential visit from San Francisco, as long as you don’t mind spending half a day on the road. Trust us. it’s well worth it!