Explore the gorgeous beaches and impressive Mayan archaeological sites of Tulum, Mexico.
Marvel at the icy-blue Upsala Glacier, a valley glacier in Argentina's Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia.
Swim at the edge of a cliff at the Devil’s Pool, a natural infinity pool in Victoria Falls, which borders Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Hike the Pacific Crest Trail through California, Oregon, and Washington. The whole trail is 2,650 miles, but you don't have to do it all at once.
Get up close and personal with Japanese snow monkeys who come to bathe in the hot springs of Japan's Jigokudani Yaen-koen in Nagano.
Swim with thousands of jellyfish at Jellyfish Lake in Eil Malk Island, Palau.
Travel across Southeast Asia. Popular stops include Chiang Mai, Thailand, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Laos, Hanoi, Vietnam, and Bali and Ubud in Indonesia.
Rent a home among the snowy slopes of Aspen, Colorado.
Surf Jaws (Pe’ahi in Hawaiian) in Maui, a spot that has consistently been ranked among the best for die-hard surfers. Waves can reach 120 feet.
Hop on to the Swing at the End of the World at the Casa de Arbol in Ecuador, and catch stunning views of the Tungurahua Volcano.
Try your luck at the Grand Casino in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Swim in the To Sua Ocean trench, a 30-meter-deep natural seawater pool surrounded by stunning gardens in the village of Lotofaga in Samoa.
Trek up to Rainbow Point, the highest point in Utah's Bryce Canyon National Park at 9,105 feet. The views are expansive and stunning.
Fly to Ittoqqortoormiit in Greenland, which is both hard to say and hard to reach, as you can only get there by helicopter. From there you can sail the world’s longest fjord.
Stay in a luxury bungalow on the stunningly blue waters of Bora Bora in French Polynesia.
Ski the majestic mountains of the Swiss Alps.
Party at the world's biggest Carnival celebration in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Ride in a hot-air balloon above the Rio Grande in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The city hosts an annual balloon fiesta, but you can also take tours year round.
Zip-line above Costa Rica's lush rain forests.
Dive into the clear blue waters of Australia's Coral Sea to see the spectacular Great Barrier Reef.
Climb up to Machu Picchu in Peru to see the impressive ruins of the "Lost City of the Incas."
Kayak in the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia. Chances are you'll run into more than one humpback whale.
Wade through the Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave in Belize. The cave is full of ancient artifacts, and there's even a full skeleton of a 1,000-year-old human.
Imagine yourself living in luxury while you visit the opulent palaces of St. Petersburg, Russia.
Mountain bike along the Poison Spider Mesa Trail in Moab, Utah.
Climb 268 steps to reach France's historic Saint-Michel D’aiguille Chapel, which was built in the year 962, and sits atop a volcanic structure.
Four-wheel drive across Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world.
Boat across the Amazon River, the world's second-largest river, which is home to more than one-third of the world's animal species.
Explore the Sahara desert, the largest desert in Africa.
Taste delicious wines at the vineyards of Napa Valley, California.
Relax at Iceland's Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa that sits in a lava field.
Observe wild animals in their natural habitat on a safari in Kenya.
Cheers friends with massive steins of beer at Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany.
Paraglide over the mountains surrounding the picturesque city of Queenstown, New Zealand, which is known as "the adventure capital of the world."
Raft the waters of Arizona's stunning Grand Canyon.
Explore the almost 45 active volcanoes in Java, Indonesia.
Skydive from as high as 10,000 feet at the Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach Residences in Dubai.
Walk through Croatia's Plitvice Lakes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with stunning lakes, caves, waterfalls, and an array of wildlife.
Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, the only one of the seven ancient wonders of the world still in existence.
Climb up to the Taktsang Palphug Monastery, known as the Tiger's Nest, in Paro Valley, Bhutan. Padmasambhava, or the "Second Buddha" of Bhutan, is believed to have meditated here.