From pole to pole, here's where we love to travel.
Right on the border of Switzerland and France, the "Venice of the Alps" is a quaint tourist destination for many locals. While it can get really busy in the summer, it's a great day-trip from Geneva to relax with a boat trip, paragliding, biking, or picnicking in the park with a beautiful view.
Thailand is a melting pot of different cultures and religions all coming together and living in harmony. Residents practice Hinduism, Buddhism, and Judaism in different quarters around the country. Surrounding the spiritual temples and synagogues in the cities is the natural world, and you can find yourself hugging tigers, riding elephants or petting monkeys in between shopping at a market next to the river.
Kerala is a beautiful place to start your first trip to South Asia, away from the bustling cities of the North. Take a canoe trip through the serene backwaters of Kochi, visit the famous Chinese fishing nets, and pay a visit to the world's mosts majestic creatures at an elephant sanctuary. If you want to really experience the Southern Indian culture, Kerala boasts several charming "homestays" which are included in tours and include local dishes for breakfast.