Worldwide Destinations


Located in the northeast of the eastern hemisphere, Asia adjoins the Pacific to the east, the Indian Ocean to the south, the Mediterranean and the Black Sea to the west, and the Arctic to the north. As the largest continent in the world, it is inhabited by many different ethnic groups. Charming natural scenery together with the characteristic ethnic cultures makes this land mysterious and extraordinarily shining.

Middle East

Middle East refers to the area in Southwest Asia and North Africa. It consists of about 23 countries and regions from the southern part of the Mediterranean Sea to the Gulf Coast. There are 490 million people live here and the terrain is mainly plateau and plain. The main rivers are Euphrates and Nile. Geographically speaking, Middle East adjoins Asia, Europe and Africa. Connecting the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean, it has been a transportation pivot between the East and the West for centuries.


Africa lies in the southwest of the eastern hemisphere and crosses the Equator. The continent consists of a flat plateau landform at an average altitude of about 750 meters (2,461 feet). With abundant plant, animal and mineral resources, it attracts many people to come to explore.

South America

Located in the south of western hemisphere, South America is a continent having many wondrous nature landscapes worthy of admire. It borders the Atlantic to the east, the Pacific to the west, the Caribbean to the north and opposite Antarctica to the south. The primitive Amazon rainforest and dense jungles with the natural vistas give tourists' great chance to round off a nice vacation.


Europe is situated in the northwest of the eastern hemisphere, to the west of Asia. It is the sixth largest continent in the world, but has the densest population. It possesses the most twisted coastline which brings with it a large number of islands and harbors. What is more, this land mass contains the largest number of developed countries making it a fascinating place for many visitors.

North & Central America

Central and North America lie in the north of the western hemisphere. This land adjoins the Atlantic to the west, the Arctic to the north, Pacific to the east and the Panama Canal to the south. It crosses the tropic, the temperate and the frigid zones, which makes its climate complex. It boasts the largest island - Greenland and the famous fishing grounds off the Caribbean and Newfoundland. It includes within its area many lakes, such as the five freshwater lakes - Great Lakes situated in the central part of the continent.


Oceania consists of coral atolls and more than ten thousand Islands and the Pacific Ocean unites the nations instead of the land borders. The boundaries of Oceania are generally defined in two ways and the broad defination comprising the parts of Australasia is usually recongnized by the people. Thanks to such a particular locations and entironment, the features of this continent varies from international metropolis to small villages. Tourists will easily love this wizardly land at their first sight.