Inspiration Map DestinationsThis world is a breathtaking kaleidoscope of people and places. Learn a little about the ten regions of the world, and start exploring!Go to it; find your way! We promise you will be richer for it.Find Your Way South East AsiaExplore TripsAdd Your OwnEast AsiaExplore TripsAdd Your OwnSouth AsiaExplore TripsAdd Your OwnCentral AsiaExplore TripsAdd Your OwnWest Asia & Middle EastExplore TripsAdd Your OwnNorth AmericaExplore TripsAdd Your OwnSouth AmericaExplore TripsAdd Your OwnEuropeExplore TripsAdd Your OwnAfricaExplore TripsAdd Your OwnOceaniaExplore TripsAdd Your Own South East Asia East Asia South Asia Central Asia West Asia & Middle East North America South America Europe & Russia Oceania Africa South East AsiaBrunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam, Christmas Island, Cocos Islands View all posts in South East Asia Lying between the tropics, South East Asia offers warm temperatures all year round with cooler temperatures in the highland areas.From Buddhist monasteries and metropolitan centres to tropical beaches and ancient cities, South East Asia promises experiences with warm flavours and colours. Diverse cultures and religions often exist within the same country. The Best F1 Singapore Experience: Feel the ThunderBird's eye view of the Singapore Grand Prix Road Trip to Genting Highlands, MalaysiaRelax, or play - there is plenty to do in these Malaysian hilltops! A Weekend Away on Beachfront KrabiKrabi for beginners. Eat all the seafood! East AsiaChina, Mongolia, North Korea, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau View all posts in East Asia East Asia offers a stunning contrast of old versus new. The region is home to mountains and plateaus as well as thousands of islands and coastlines. These countries have temperate climates meaning you need to pick your season to travel, and pack to the season you choose.From their food to their language, each country has a unique heritage which often shines through in their everyday society. Climbing Mount Fuji (for the first time)How to summit Japan's most popular sacred mountain 30+ Family Friendly Activities in Hong KongBest things to see, do and eat in Hong Kong with the kids Hong Kong With KidsWeek long itinerary for the whole family South AsiaSri Lanka, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives View all posts in South Asia South Asia is bordered by three bodies of water: the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. It is the most densely populated area in the world.From the sky scraping Himalayas in the north, through warm, spice flavoured cities and countrysides, to the turquoise blue of the Maldives - the colours and experiences of South Asia are unforgettable. 6 Day Solo Trip to GoaFind yourself on a solo trip! 2 Weeks in Rajasthan: DIY Trip by TrainThe Great Garlic Naan Trek Mercure Maldives KooddooParadise island getaway Central AsiaTajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan View all posts in Central Asia Central Asia is sometimes called ‘The Stans.’ The Caspian Sea is the western border of this region. Historically, this area played an important role during the Silk Road trading era.Although it is currently one of the most closed regions of the world, these countries offer spectacular landscapes and genuine experiences for the adventurous travellers. Treasures of the Silk Road: 3 Days in SamarkandThis 2,750 year old city is a crossroads of cultures at the heart of the Silk Road Treasures of the Silk Road: 3 Days in BukharaShopping, architecture and friendship bonding time. Treasures of the Silk Road: 2 Days in KhivaAncient atmosphere and architecture at the crossroads of trade Best Traditional Food of Uzbekistan (with recipes!)Uzbek food will surprise and delight you! Treasures of the Silk Road: 2 Days in TashkentThe largest Silk Road city of Uzbekistan Seven Nights in UzbekistanExploring the wonders of Uzbekistan's Silk Road West Asia & Middle EastIsrael, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, United Arab Emirates View all posts in West Asia & Middle East Although a large part of West Asia is an arid desert environment, there is plenty of life in this region. West Asia also has several points of access to large bodies of water, including: the Black Sea, Persian Gulf, Arabian Sea, Red Sea, Caspian Sea, Mediterranean Sea, and Aegean Sea.Home of three Abrahamic religions and with rich natural resources below many of the desert sands, this region has a rich heritage and is one of the fastest growing regions of the world with stunning cities emerging from the sands. Highlights of Jordan in 3 DaysFrom mud baths at the Dead Sea to Bedouin caves in the desert Things To Do on a Dubai LayoverTurn hours into days - you'll be glad you did! Four Days in Jordan: With ChildrenFamily trip through history and nature North AmericaMexico, El Salvador, Caribbean Islands, Panama, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Canada, United States of America View all posts in North America North America covers the northern continent of the Americas and includes the Caribbean nations.Did you know: the name America is derived from one of the earliest European explorers of the New World, the Italian navigator Amerigo Vespucci? The term America applied only to South America originally, but the designation was soon applied to the entire landmass.Mountains, rivers, ancient forests, deserts, beaches: the many landscapes of North America means there is always something to see and do! Motorcycle Tour across the USA (and back)The ultimate road trip itinerary! Two months around USA. Summer Vacation for 2019Travel Tips for the USA Orlando Theme Parks in Three DaysHow we managed five parks in three days South AmericaColombia, Bolivia, Suriname, Guyana, Chile, Venuzuela, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay View all posts in South America South America is the wilder part of the Americas and is almost wholly in the Southern Hemisphere.The countries and islands of this continent have an energy and vibe quite unlike any other continent on earth. Replete with rugged natural attractions, World Heritage Sites, culture and biodiversity, there is always something to take your breath away when you explore South America.Have you been here? Please, submit your travel experiences and itineraries for this region and let’s “do good” together. Europe & RussiaThere are 51 countries in the area known as Europe. Most visited are France, Greece, Scandinavia, Italy, Russia, Denmark, Germany, Spain, Turkey, Netherlands, United Kingdom View all posts in Europe & Russia Stretching from the shivering Arctic Ocean in the north to the pleasant subtropical Mediterranean Sea in the south, Europe covers a range of climates and a variety of landscapes.Europe is connected to the Asian continent and for our purposes includes Russia.Europe attracts more tourists than anywhere else. Seven out of Earth's ten most visited countries are in Europe. Why You Should Visit Matera in 2020Experience Italy's city of caves 4 Unique and Beautiful Places in GermanyThe Pearls of Germany 8 “must-do’s” for a family trip to CopenhagenTips and activities for the happiest city in the world OceaniaAustralia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia View all posts in Oceania Oceania covers Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and includes the island nations of Polynesia (extending from New Zealand to the north and east), Melanesia (to the west, and south of the equator), and Micronesia (almost wholly north of the equator). Every country is bordered by water.Although a little removed from the larger populations of the world, any trip to Oceania is always worth the effort. Favorite Chocolate Cafes in MelbourneSo many chocolate cafes, so little time ... Driving Perth to Margaret RiverSampling the Good Life in Margaret River Cafes & Quokkas: 2 Days in PerthBeaches, cafes, nature and shopping - Perth has it all! AfricaIncludes all 54 independent nations on the African continent. Most visited are Morocco, Egypt, South Africa, Tunisia View all posts in Africa Africa is the second largest continent in the world in both area and population. It is the continent with the most sovereign countries and holds many different peoples, religions and cultures.As well as some of the world’s largest wildlife experiences, Africa offers a unique blend of natural wonders, renowned prehistoric sites, vibrant cultures, remote villages and modern cities.Have you been here? Please, submit your travel experiences and itineraries for this region and let’s “do good” together.