Nearly 1000 polar bears gather around Churchill Manitoba for their annual migration to the Hudson Bay. For a true bucket list wildlife encounter, encounter them while staying in the custom-built Tundra Buggy Lodge.
Known as the Galapagos of the North, the Haida Gwaii archipelago off the coast of British Columbia is a uniquely protected area of unspoiled beauty, fascinating culture, and extraordinary wildlife.
The world’s largest winter festival takes place each February in one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Bundle up for Quebec City’s Winter Carnival!
Put down that shot glass and visit Jose Cuervo in Tequila, where you’ll learn how tequila is produced in Latin America’s oldest distillery.
A treehouse jungle lodge sits above a spelunkers paradise. Head underground to discover Mayan artifacts, camp overnight, or scale a series of thrilling subterranean waterfalls.
10,000 years ago, a flood of Biblical proportions smashed through eastern Washington, carving the landscape and creating the biggest waterfall the planet has ever seen.
In terms of sheer beauty, scale, experiences, and accessibility, the Canadian Rockies stand tallest as the peak mountain experience on the Global Bucket List.
In the colonial city of Leon, a daily excursion lets you climb the slopes, walk along the fuming crater, strap on a piece of wood, and sandboard down Central America’s youngest, active volcano.