Aside from having a thriving sports and racing industry, New Zealand is also home to some of the world’s most prestigious and respected museums. Travellers come from far and wide to the ancient island to gather knowledge about its history, its indigenous people, and its incredible ecological diversity, and there are 8 museums in particular
If you love culture, playing at a casino or simply soaking up the local sights and sounds, Quebec has something for you. A predominantly French-speaking province of eastern Canada, Quebec is divided into 2 vibrant cities, and is connected by the Chemin du Roy highway that runs along the Saint Lawrence River. The metropolis, Montreal,
Nova Scotia is one of eastern Canada’s Maritime Provinces on the Atlantic which consists of peninsula and offshore islands, and is home to puffins and seals. Popular amongst water sports enthusiasts, hikers, and explorers alike, Nova Scotia offers much in the way of popular tourist destinations, and not one, not two…but five UNESCO Heritage Sites!