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Zambia makes for an interesting venture. For one, it’s logistically difficult to explore due to its size, interior location, and lack of infrastructure. Yet on the other hand, tourism isn’t its strong suit so venturing here makes for a satisfying, crowdless journey. Three great rivers flow through Zambia providing it with 17 great waterfalls as well as one of the most awe-inspiring waterfalls in the world, Victoria Falls. These great bodies of water provide for the abundance of wildlife throughout the country and have plenty of adrenaline thrills for us, as well. The abundance of wildlife here can be seen on some of the best safaris in the world. And if your up for the thrill go ahead and book a walking safari to see wild animals up close. Head to the east of the country (ironically) to South Luangwa National Park to visit one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. But don’t leave before heading to Liuwa Plain National Park to see the world’s second largest wildebeest migration where tens of thousands of creatures head across the plains from Angola.
Sao Paulo is one of the most populous cities in the world making it a vibrant cultural epicenter that can seem rather intimidating at times. But as you get past the sheer number of people and grow accustom to the smog you start to see the real beauty of the city and why people are gravitated to it. The food here is world renowned especially as large ethnic communities have migrated here to call Sao Paulo home. With over 21 million people residing in the metro, Sao Paulo vouch for plenty of entertainment. And if you like to party you’ve come to the right city, as the nightlife is non stop 24/7. Be sure to come during September of this year for Sao Paulo’s Art Biennial that displays local and international contemporary talent for the public to admire.
Mexico City is like a true comeback story. With a murky history filled with violence caused by gangs, the city has worked hard to clean up its act. Then a massive 7.1 earthquake hit the city and its resilience was tested. But it was the heart of the city that came together to complete a speedy recovery to get the metropolis back to normal. This is what you will find in Mexico City. Love for their culture and heritage, love for the way they express themselves through food and art and love for one another. Explore their deep Aztec and colonial history and dine in one of the many old-school cantinas. Mexico City has recently been named the 2018 World Design Capital. Be sure to go during design week in October. Another huge event is Day of the Dead which is in late October to early November. And, Cinco de Mayo on the fifth of May that commemorates Mexico’s unlikely victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla.
Hamburg, Germany, home to an UNESCO World Heritage site that was recognized in 2015, has been an international trade center and port that has brought wealth to this city dating back to the late 19th century and has been apart of the Hanseatic League business since the Middle Ages. Hamburg is even known for the Beatles-Platz, a square that is dedicated to the infamous band whom played at many of the bars around this square during the 1960s. Why visit here in 2018? Here in Hamburg, they hold one of Europe’s largest club festivals in September which is a music festival where music venues all over the city have about 800 concerts in four days. This is where people come to play and hopefully get their chance at getting a record label’s attention from their performances. If you want to have a fun time in Germany, Hamburg should be on the list to visit!