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Defy death at the Devil’s Pool in Zambia! Located atop Victoria Falls, the pool is at the edge of a 338-foot drop. Jumping into the pool will allow the current to pull you towards the edge, but there’s a natural rock wall to prevent swimmers from falling. It’s only safe to swim from September to December thanks to low water levels, so make sure you book soon! Would you risk a dip in the Devil’s Pool?
There’s no sand on this Australian beach! Shell Beach is made entirely of seashells. The high salinity at the beach enables cockles to thrive without the threat of predators, and over time enough of them gathered to form an entire beach made of shells. It’s a unique beach-going experience — would you like to visit?
Beigel Bake is the best cheap eat in London! The authentic Jewish deli can be found on Brick Lane, and is open 24 hours a day. Whatever time you go, you’re likely to find Londoners queueing out the door for the delicious salt beef bagels and fresh baked goods, and it won’t break the bank! Would you like to try a Brick Lane bagel?
Zip-line straight into this swimming hole in Mexico! The thrill ride can be found on the ‘Zipline & Cenote Snorkeling Tour’ in Mexico’s Jungla Maya Native Park. It drops you straight into the Sac Actum river, which is the longest underground river in the world! If swimming isn’t your thing, you can explore the park on the ground above thanks to 4x4 tours through the forest or zip-lines through the air.
This Jamaican treehouse resort is all about outdoor living! The Great Huts Resort can be found in Port Antonio, and offers a range of accommodation from huts, to treehouses, to more luxurious rooms. The jungle setting makes you feel at one with nature. Would you like to stay at Great Huts?
Kayak through Iceland's largest glacier on this unique tour! Ice Guide offers the experience which takes you through the heart of the Vatnajökull Glacier, and you'll see stunningly blue water and impending, dripping ice caves. You'll have to visit between May and September if you want to try the kayak tour — would you give it a try?
Dive into Australia's 'figure 8' pools! You can find them at low tide at the Royal National Park near Sydney. They're a natural phenomenon found on a coastal rock shelf. Huge waves often crash against the shelf, so swimming is done at your own risk! Would you take the plunge?
Get up close and personal with raging waterfalls in South America! You can find the Iguazu Falls on the border of Brazil and Argentina. Specially engineered walkways take you right up to the edge of the falls, including the 'Devil's Throat' drop where the majority of the water flows. Would you visit the Iguazu Falls?
The world's largest and oldest leather tannery can be found in Morocco! The Chouara Tannery is in Fes, and is a must-see if you're visiting the area. Animal skins are soaked in baths to prepare them for coloring, and are then added to colorful baths where they take on their dazzling colors.
Are you brave enough to take on the Thrill Walk? It can be found in Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland, and lets visitors crawl through a fence tunnel 8,000 feet in the air! You get there by cable car, and it's a unique way to take in the stunning views.
Singapore has the best street food! You can find it in one of the country's several street food centers, known as 'Hawker centers,' where dozens of vendors will offer all kinds of regional eats. One of them even has a Michelin star, but they're all equally delicious. Which one would you like to try?
These overwater bungalows are taking over the Caribbean! You can find them at Sandals South Coast in Jamaica. The style of accommodation was first popularized in the Maldives and South Pacific, but they were so popular that demand for them exploded elsewhere. At Sandals South Coast, you can get rooms with private butler service, and dive straight into the ocean from your balcony. Would you like to stay here?
We found the best ice cream in New York | Best of the Best We tried four of New York's best ice creams on our search for the best spot in the city! We visited OddFellows, Ample Hills, Van Leeuwen, and Chinatown Ice Cream Factory, and there was a clear winner.
This hotel is a converted Boeing 747! JumboStay is found next to Arlanda Airport in Stockholm, and has been completely refitted to offer all the comforts of a regular hotel. We spent the night there to see if a converted plane makes a good hotel.
The Enchanted Cave is the world's largest amethyst cave! You can find it at the Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens in Mullumbimby, Australia. The 20-tom cave was originally found in Uruguay, but was transported over to Australia by boat to its new home. It's just one record-breaking stone you can find at Crystal Castle — do you want to visit?
These pizza cones are Rome's favorite street eat! People queue around the block to get a Trapizzino cone, which is dough filled with classic pizza toppings. From meatballs, to parmigiana, to fish, there's something for everyone at Trapizzino.
This mac 'n' cheese street food is Naples' best cheap eat! The baked pasta dish is a traditional Italian food, usually called timballo, but the restaurant T'Imballo takes it to another level! They range from traditional Neapolitan flavors to innovative ones like sushi! Which one would you try?
Ray's Candy Store is New York's most iconic late-night munchies spot! The decades-old store can be found on the Lower East Side and is an 'oasis' for the community, and has even been visited by celebrities like Kim Kardashian. If you're visiting New York, you have to visit Ray's!
You can try your hand at surfing in an unusual location in Germany - a shopping mall! Citywave is a piece of indoor surfing tech that can be found in L&T Lengermann und Trieschmann in Osnabrück, Germany. You can adjust the size and speed of the waves depending on skill level, so there's something for everyone! Would you give it a try?