Kruger National Park: Home to over 12,000 elephants, 27,000 buffalo and 1,000 leopards, Kruger is one of the world's most leopards, Kruger is one of the world's most-loved game reserves.
Lesotho: Lesotho is big on renewable energy. Horse-riding and hiking trails are everywhere here, mountain scenery included.
Canyons and caves: Fish River Canyon is the world's second-largest canyon and Dragon's Breath is the world's largest underground lake.
Rare wildlife: A quarter of all the world's cheetahs live here and it's also home to the last free-ranging population of black rhinos.
The Okavango Delta: Most deltas lead to the ocean, but the world's largest inland delta empties onto land creating ever-changing landscapes and hosting a huge array of animals.
Shots of adrenalin: Zambia's Livingstone has some of the best white ater rafting, bungy jumping and gorge swinging in Africa.
Mountain Gorillas: These apes are only found in Uganda, Rwanda and the DRC. And with fewer than 900 left in the wild, seeing them is up there with the world's most incredible sights.
Ngorongoro Crater: The world's largest intact caldera, the Ngorongoro Crater is home to 40,000 animals, including hyenas, lions and rhinos.
It's uniqueness: Madagascar has been an isolated island for around 70 million years, meaning that 90% of its wildlife is found nowhere else.
Andasibe National Park: Infused with enchanting forests, rare flowers, exotic wildlife and cascading waterfalls, it's hard not to fall in love with this place.
The Dead Sea: So salty not even can fish live there and the lowest point earth...welcome to the best floating spot ever.
The Rose City of Petra: Lost to the Western World for hundreds of years, the abandoned city of Petra is an ancient wonder carved into vibrant red, white and pink sandstone cliffs.