Salar De Uyuni

Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

The world’s largest salt flat is Salar De Uyuni, located high in the Bolivian Andes. A salt flat might not seem like an inspiring destination, but this unusual landscape has to be seen to be believed. This giant desert covers […]

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Machu Picchu, Peru

The penultimate destination on Seven Wonders Week is the Inca ruins found at Machu Picchu in Peru. High in the Andean mountains, it was built around 1450 as a royal estate with hundreds of servants on site permanently to ensure […]

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Christ the Redeemer, Brazil

The newest place on our New Seven Wonders tour is the statue of Christ the Redeemer that overlooks Rio De Janeiro in Brazil. Towering over the city with his outstretched arms reaching 28 meters across, the statue is surely one […]

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Chichen Itza at night

Chichen Itza, Mexico

Our second stop on seven wonders week is the ruins at Chichen Itza in Mexico. This ancient Mayan city is located in Yucatan, near to Mexico’s Caribbean Sea coast. The city was founded around 600AD, and Chichen Itza grew to […]

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Penguins in Antarctica


This week is a Wilderness special at Inspire Flyer, so we’ll be looking at some of the most spectacular places to get away from the crowds and immerse yourself in nature. Antarctica is the only uninhabited continent; with no permanent […]

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Easter Island

Easter Island, Chile

Next up on Island Week it’s one of the most remote places on Earth: Easter Island. Known as Rapa Nui by locals, it’s 1289 miles across the Pacific to somewhere else that is inhabited, and over 2000 miles to the […]

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