Spain's resort towns are still a destination when the summer is over and most of the tourist are gone. The winter months offers a different feel to the region, and depending on what you are into and what you would like to do these five cities will offer you just that and more. Read more about 5 Spanish Resort Destinations to Escape for Winter Sun
The Caribbean is famed for its beaches, but no other island can quite match Tobago. It has an abundance of largely deserted beaches, ranging from pristine white coral to dark volcanic sand, fringed by the cooling Atlantic. At Castara Bay's beautiful golden beaches, you can watch the fishermen pull in their nets, stroll along the beach and watch the sun setting over the Caribbean, or search for manta rays while snorkelling in Heavenly Bay's secluded waters. Read more about Visit Tobago, Island of Beautiful Beaches and Enchanting Wildlife
Explore the four theme parks and two water parks of Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, you're only just waving goodbye to you find yourself immersed in another one. From space Mountain where you're blasted into space to chilling out at Melt-Away Bay at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. From experience inspired by your favourite Disney movies to thrilling attractions for all ages, with landscaped beaches and dining choices that take you round the world on a plate, and live shows by day and night - Walt Disney World is a unique combination of delights every time you visit. Read more about Visit Walt Disney World Resort, Florida
At stop in Sydney to climb the Harbour Bridge's inner arch for some spectacular views of the harbour; otherwise, you could cruise past the iconic, gleaming white sails of the Sydney Opera House, one of the most distinctive and recognisable buildings in the world, is probably the perfect way to start a tour of Australia before heading for some people-watching as you stroll along the sun-kissed golden sands of Bondi Beach and perhaps a dip in the surf. Read more about A Short Break Around Australia With the Best Bits
Stuck behind a computer and in traffic can feel a long way from adventure. But Jordan, home to some of mankind's earliest settlements and the world's great civilisations, is straight out of an Indiana Jones film (The Last Crusade to be precise); could this be the most rewarding short-haul travel destination? Read more about See the Ancient Ruins, Spectacular Desert and the Rose-Red City of Petra, Jordan
They say Buenos Aires is the Paris of South America, so maybe it's not that incongruous a starting point for the race formerly known as the Paris-Dakar Rally. Founded in 1978, the bone-shaking, engine-rattling ride attracts adventurers on cars, quad bikes and motorbikes, and is one of the most thrilling and dangerous event in sport.
It has been held in South America since security concerns forced it away from its traditional route, which ran from the foot of the Eiffel Tower to the capital of Senegal. Read more about Enjoy The Adventure of the Famous Dakar Rally, South America
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Traditionally referred to as 'the world's toughest foot race', Badwater was forced to alter its traditional route through Death Valley in 2013. The Death Valley Park authorities placed a ban on strenuous events taking place during the summer months, when air temperatures (in the shade) reach over 48 degrees. So organisers came up with an alternative route, one with more than 5,200m of cumulative vertical ascent (compared to 3,962 in the previous route), and 3,900m of cumulative descent (compared to 1,433m). While temperature might not reach the sizzling heights of Death Valley (ultra-runner Dean Karnazes once reported that between his team car handing him a cheese sandwich and him eating it, said sandwich became a toastie), the world's toughest foot race just got tougher.
Race facts: The race takes place in July; 135miles(217km); Maximum 48 hours, there is an entry fee. Read more about Run One of the World's 10 Toughest Marathons
The Canadian Rockies are on everyone's Bucket List. The magnificent mountains, crystal-clear lakes, unspoilt national parks, cowboy countryside, vast blue skies and wonderful wildlife make a visit to Alberta the adventure of a lifetime. Try amazing experiences that you'll remember forever, like canyon walking horseback riding in the truly 'great' outdoors.
The adventure doesn't stop there, there is white-water rafting, rock climbling, fishing in the streams and rivers, kayaking across Lake Louise or mountain biking and hiking in the spectacular Banff National Park. Read more about Visit Alberta, Canada
Areas like South Tyrol, Italy’s most northerly region is one of Italy’s key attractions in the winter months as sky professionals and enthusiasts come in their thousands to enjoy the white stuff. But, have you ever consider Tuscany as a winter destination for snowshoeing and winter walking? The same lovely long walks you have in the summer months you have them here in the winter months as well; with one major difference, it is much quieter. Read more about Go Snowshoeing and Winter Walking in Tuscany
Africa's south coast is famous for shipwrecks, so much so that the bay of Arniston was never the original name of the bay until after the famous shipwreck in 1815, when an East Indiaman requisitioned to bring back wounded soldiers from what was then known as Ceylon. The ship went down off the Cape Agulhas with the lost of all but six of her 378 passengers and crew. Read more about Explore Arniston, Africa's Southernmost Coastline