Potions and piranhas in the Peruvian Amazon aboard river ship Delfin III.
Fiji's tallest mountain is not very big, but climbing it is still a challenge.
You won't need any special equipment or skills (other than fitness) to reach these peaks.
I urge you, if you love to travel, commit yourself to the safari experience.
The food may be way better and the journey more environmentally friendly than it used to be, but the magic of visiting this part of the world never changes.
A frolic with a marine creature seven metres long is an experience to treasure.
From London's Underground to Korea's DMZ; six tours that get below the surface
"Has anyone gone over the edge?" I ask our suspiciously calm guide, Bhupesh. "Not so far, but there's still hope," he replies, deadpan.
Nothing captures the imagination quite like an abandoned site. The search term "abandoned places near me" has soared since 2014 and there's even a name for it: "ruin porn".
Saudi Arabia isn't on the radar of many travellers, but has a very big tourism target: 100 million holidaymakers a year by 2030.
The highs and lows of a chilly quest to see Patagonia's "ghost cats".
Surely it isn't cheating to ride an electric bike just this once.