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Galapagos

Galapagos belongs to Ecuador and is a truly unique place where each island has its own distinct ecological environment—a must-visit in one's lifetime! In this extraordinary ecosystem, you can have up-close encounters with ancient giant tortoises and blue-footed boobies, as well as hike through otherworldly volcanic landscapes. Following in Darwin's footsteps, you'll be closer to the natural world than ever before.

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Australia and New Zealand

Australia and New Zealand are located in the Southern Hemisphere, experiencing four seasons that are completely opposite to those in the Northern Hemisphere. Each month brings its own seasonal features. These regions are home to some of the world's oldest cultures and extraordinary natural beauty, ranging from lush green rainforests to vibrant coral reefs and expansive vineyards, all of which immerse visitors in their magnificence.

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Alaska

Alaska is located in the northwest of the North American continent, adjacent to Canada. This region boasts polar landscapes, featuring vast and magnificent glaciers, mountains, lakes, and forests. It is also rich in diverse and unique species, such as brown bears, whales, sea lions, and eagles. The best time to visit Alaska is from May to September, and the ideal way to explore is by boarding a cruise ship!

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Greece

Greece is located at the southernmost tip of the Balkan Peninsula, with an extensive coastline along the Aegean Sea, Ionian Sea, and Mediterranean Sea. Greece is an ancient civilization in Europe, renowned as a world-famous tourist destination due to its rich history and unique Mediterranean natural landscapes.

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Iceland

Iceland - located on the edge of the Arctic Circle, the entire place is covered in volcanic lava, yet it is frozen for miles. Iceland often brings to mind frozen landscapes like those of Eskimos or being amidst snowstorms, but the actual climate is much milder than imagined, with distinct seasons. Moreover, it is filled with rare natural wonders everywhere, including volcanoes, lava fields, glaciers, hot springs, and waterfalls. No matter which angle you admire these places from, you will never be bored.

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Norway

Norway is located in the western part of the Scandinavian Peninsula, bordering Sweden to the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. Its coastline is incredibly winding, forming the unique fjord landscapes that Norway is known for. Throughout Norway, there are countless fjords, and the natural scenery created by these fjords is truly breathtaking, with each fjord presenting a different style and beauty.

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Japan

Japan is a highly popular tourist destination, and in addition to flying, taking a cruise is also a great way to explore the country. Embarking on a cruise allows travelers to enjoy the scenic beauty of the sea in a comfortable environment, while also conveniently visiting different Japanese ports such as Kobe, Kyoto, Hakodate, and Aomori. This type of journey enables visitors to explore multiple famous cities, natural landscapes, and cultural heritage sites all in one trip.

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