29. see: gorillas in the wild
In the remaining protected regions of Africa's central rainforest the world’s largest primates survive in the remnants of their natural habitat.
Gorilla trekking offers one of Africa’s most insightful wild encounters.
30. see: Polar Bears in the wild
The town of Churchill on the Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada is known as the "Polar Bear Capital of the World".
Here polar bears gather on the shores waiting for the sea ice to freeze so they can hunt seals.
31. see: British Museum in London
The British Museum is dedicated to human history and culture and houses a vast collection of world art and artifacts.
Located in Bloomsbury, London, UK. Museum entry is free to all visitors.
32. see: Uluru (aka. Ayers Rock), Australia.
Uluru (aka Ayers Rock) is a giant sandstone monolith in the southern part of the Northern Territory’s ‘Red Centre’ in central Australia.
Uluru is a sacred site to the Pitjantjatjara Anangu people.
33. see: the Swiss Alps
The Alpine heart of Switzerland is an impressive region of tall peaks, steep valleys and crystal-clear lakes.
The Matterhorn is the star attraction prominent over uncrowded horizon of Zermatt.
34. see: the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
The Smithsonian Institution is the world’s largest museum, education and research complex, and includes a zoo!.
The Institution's thirty million annual visitors are admitted without charge.
35. see: Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam)
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is dedicated to the works of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries.
The museum's houses the largest collection of Van Gogh's paintings and drawings in the world.