Travel Guides

Choose a continent or country below to explore its travel guide. 

Each travel guide includes: key information to know before you go, budget suggestions, advice on what to pack, fast facts about each country, local tips, things to do in each location and ways to virtually experience each country from home.


Africa is the hottest continent and the second largest in the world. It’s comprised of four diverse sections: East, Central, West, and Southern Africa. When people think of Africa, the Congo Rainforest, varied wildlife, and the Sahara desert come to mind but there’s so much more to it than that! There are 54 countries with distinct cultures on this wild continent.

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Green rice field in Ubud Bali.


Asia is the world’s largest and most populous continent! It’s comprised of six regions:  North Asia, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, East Asia, and Western Asia. There are 48 countries in Asia. The offerings of the continent vary but as a whole, you can expect to find: spiritual experiences, cool cities, great food, and a whole lot more.

Central America

Central America is a subregion of North America comprising the seven countries south of Mexico and north of Colombia. Central America is known for its beachy vibes, ancient architecture, jungles, Latin American flair, and extreme biodiversity. 

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Europe is the second smallest continent but has the world’s 3rd largest population. There are 44 countries in Europe; all boasting a unique flair. You can easily transit from country to country in Europe and experience vastly different cultures in each. You can expect to find great food, cool architecture, and pleasant locals to talk to throughout the continent.

North America

North America is mostly made up of its three largest countries: Canada, The United States, and Mexico. 23 Countries and 9 dependent territories are located here.  Visitors may decide to head to the north for winter activities. Others may decide to visit one of the 50 United States. Or, a visitor may choose to visit the beaches in Central America or the Caribbean.

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Machu Picchu in Cusco Peru during the day.

South America

South America is the fourth largest continent in the world and comprised of 12 countries. South America is famous for its breathtaking natural terrain—including Patagonia, The Amazon Rainforest, and two of the “seven wonders of the world”—Christ the Redeemer in Brazil and Machu Picchu in Peru. The food on this continent is incredible and the people are known for having a kind spirit and zest.

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