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Whether it's their animal inhabitants, their unusual human history or their spooky legends, these islands certainly attract attention.
For some people, traveling is a way of life. For others, obsessing over cats is a way of life. This list is for those who fall into both camps.
Pristine beaches, wildlife preserves and historical sites combine to make this southeast African nation a lightly traveled wonder.
You don't have to believe in ghosts or supernatural powers to be uneasy in these eerie places.
Because it's considered the off-season, you'll find significantly cheaper airfares and less-crowded tourist attractions, and that's not all!
You can still enjoy modern accommodations when you check into an imposing edifice steeped in centuries of history.
Gone but not forgotten, these once-bustling mining outposts offer visitors a look at the Old West in surroundings ranging from kitschy to untouched.
Two tusks are worth $21,000 on the black market, but a live elephant can bring $1.6 million to its local economy.
This foggy scene could just as well be a medieval painting.
These once-stellar buildings are now rundown, which is ironically why some people still want to visit.
Hammocks have traditionally been hallmarks of leisure and relaxation — but you might reconsider that notion when you see these photos.
What's more thrilling than walking across a simple, drastically dipping rope bridge hung hundreds or even thousands of feet above the ground?
Private suites with beds and bathrooms make for an incredibly comfortable flight.
Globetrotting is an acquired skill. Have you learned the ropes?
The border between South and North Korea is full of landmines and patrolled by millions of armed soldiers, but it's also home to thousands of flourishing species.
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