The Exumas, Bahamas
The Exumas are an archipelago of 365 islands within the Bahamas.
Nicknamed the "quarter mile from heaven", they are known to be some of the most beautiful islands in the world.
Aside from footprint free beaches, crystal blue ocean and a mile-long sandbar - there is an island of domesticated Pigs you can swim with. Yes, you heard me. You can actually swim with Babe.
Go on... We'll wait while you book your plane ticket.
Moraine Lake, Canada
Nestled in a valley in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Moraine Lake is known to be one of the most photographed lakes in the world.
It's famous turquoise colour comes from light refracting off the rock flour in the glacier run-off which flows into the lake.
But who really cares how or why - just get ready to take 100 photos.
Widely considered to be one of the most romantic and beautiful of the Greek Isles, who wouldn't dream of vacationing in Santorini?
Whitewashed houses cling to cliffs overlooking the Aegean Sea, creating a picturesque caldera protected on three sides by 300-metre high cliffs.
With over 100 varieties of grapes, we're going for the scenery and staying for the wine...
... and the Saganaki.
All it takes is one photo of the hot air balloon adorned sky in Cappadocia before you're ready to hop on the next flight to Turkey.
A region sculpted over millions of years after a volcanic eruption, creating incredible rock formations the locals call Fairy Chimneys.
Stay in a cave, recline on a rooftop, take a hot air balloon ride at Sunrise.
It's a Turkish delight.
Blue Lagoon, Iceland
Named by National Geographic as one of the top 25 Wonders of the World, the Blue Lagoon in Iceland has become hugely popular - so be prepared to book in advance.
It's milky blue water and otherworldly appearance is like something out of a dream.
We've heard that it's expensive and will ruin your hair, but who cares right?