It’s not all just kangaroos and koalas in Australia, but also a great place to meet humpbacks, southern right whales and blue whales.

In New Zealand, you can meet sperm whales and dolphins, a wide range of unbelievably spectacular landscapes included.

Volcanic, remote and an abundance of green: The Azores are the Hawaii of the Atlantic. The difference: Less beaches, more whales.

Canada’s Pacific Coast is rough and wild. And it has orcas, gray whales and humpbacks – along with rainforests full of bears and cougars.

Be it for whale watching or for the landscape: Norway is a tough act to follow, no matter the season.

In Iceland, whales can be observed all year round – and in the summer, all four seasons can be experienced at only one day, too!

Active volcanoes, monster waves, dreamlike beaches, surreal cliffs – and thousands of humpback whales in winter: Hawaii

In Alaska you can meet orcas, gray whales and humpbacks. First and foremost, however, Alaska is bear country!