This biosphere is one of Mexico’s few natural World Heritage Sites and a perfect escape from tourists in Tulum.
The incredible cave paintings at the Bhimbetka Rock Shelters give us a rare glimpse into a history of more than 30,000 years!
It was at this ancient city that archaeologists made their biggest find of the Mayan world – a tomb untouched for more than a millennium!
The Great Stupa at Sanchi is a legacy of Emperor Ashoka, the man who turned Buddhism into a mainstream religion.
It’s worth a little extra effort to see one of the most impressive Mayan sites at the Uxmal ruins in Mexico.
Most scholars agree that it was at this spot on the Jordan River where Jesus was baptised. Now you can see it for yourself.
Chichen Itza is one of the most popular Mayan ruins because it’s close to coastal tourist towns. But there’s much more to it than that!
Um er-Rasis is one of Jordan’s World Heritage Sites but few tourists see it. When you visit, you’ll discover the amazing story of the Stylite Tower!
A temple marks the exact spot where Buddha was born more than 2500 years ago, starting the journey of a man who would change the world!