The posh Orpheus Island Resort in Australia only lets in a maximum of 28 guests at a time.
It's an iconic Sydney selfie spot, but tourists are being being actively encouraged not to go.
More than five thousand pagans, druids and revellers celebrate the winter solstice.
When Phoebe heard Big Ben would fall silent due to repairs she offered to replace its "bongs".
Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie hall, which evokes a ship floating on water, opens to majestic fanfare in Germany.
Daredevil ice-skates over an old Soviet prison submerged in a frozen lake in breathtaking footage.
Want to redeem a Fastpass to beat the queues? There's now a $14 fee for this feature on the app.
Portland may sit seemingly lost in the American North West but it's forged its own identity and it's a load of fun.
You can be mere metres from the fierce animals and they are as oblivious as cows grazing in a field.
For every gorgeous shot of a world wonder there's another of a massive tourist crowd.
From its Inca ruins to its farmers and traders, Peru is a country embracing its rich history.
Rice and beans, beans and rice. Oh, and a mojito on the side. All for around $5.
Billions of people will take planes, trains and automobiles during the world's largest human migration.
Get out your wands, and your passports, for a culinary experience that will transport fans to the Wizarding World.
"Everyone was stunned," amateur photographer captures rare and beautiful sight.
Former Nelson Mail journalist Stacey Knott reflects on an adventurous year in her final column from Ghana..
Tourists already returning to war-torn Syrian city despite the ongoing fighting.
They've been called "terror tourists" and "naive" but these Irish backpackers want to help.