Trace the exploits of history's greatest explorers through far-flung (and exotically beautiful) locations across the globe: L’Anse aux Meadows, . Kashgar, Mactan, Tenochtitlan, Source of the Nile, Ujiji, Coopers Creek, South Georgia and Liwa.
The ancient Egyptian Abu Simbel Temple was built by Pharaoh Ramesses II to celebrate his victory of the rival Hittite empire. Today it stands on the sterile shores of Lake Nasser in the extreme south of Egypt.
When the tarmac (or gravel) runs out some places can lodge in your memory forever through their mix of remoteness, melancholy and sheer physical beauty. Welcome to the end of the road, one of the great travel experiences.