b'Where to Go(continued from page 47)Victoria FallsVictoria Falls is a waterfall on the Zambezi River in southern Africa, which provides a habitat for many unique species of plants and animals. It is located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, and is considered to be one of the worlds largest waterfalls, due to its width of 1,700 metres or 5,600 feet. Victoria Falls is one of the worlds most stunning cascades, and seeing the mists rise before your eyes will get your heart racing. After youve experienced the magic of The smoke that thunders, head to the east to experience Africas Great Lakes: Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and Lake Malawi, which are a collection of stunningly deep and beautiful bodies of water, complete with tremendous beaches.I saw Victoria Falls from both Zimbabwe and Zambia, and prefer the views from the Zimbabwe side.CappadociaCappadocia, a semi-arid region in central Turkey, is known for its distinctive Fairy Chimneys, which are tall, cone-shaped rock formations clustered in val-leys. They are Bronze Age homes carved into valley walls by troglodytes (cave dwellers), and later used as refuge by early Christians. The 100 metre deep Ihlara Canyon houses numerous rock-face churches.This region of Central Turkey is steeped in history and legend, with towns like Goreme, home to fascinating rock formations and exquisite hotels built into caves. While the sights in and around these towns are thrilling, its the views from the basket of a hot air balloon that will leave you speechless.Canadas Via TrainI was fortunate, a few years ago, to guide a group of Brits on a trans-Canada train journey. I flew to Vancouver, where we spent three days touring, as well as a day trip to Victoria. Back in Vancouver, we boarded the Rocky Mountaineer, which we took to Jasper, with a layover in Kamloops. As you can imagine, the vistas were breathtaking.In Jasper we toured the Edith Cavell Glacier, did some white water rafting, went on a great nature hike, took the cable car to the top of the mountain and much more. When it was time to go home, we boarded the Trans Canada Via train, which took us on a three-day adventure to Toronto. The trip was amazing, and a great way to see Canada. Service on both journeys was exceptional, and the scenery was spectacular.I would recommend the trip to anyone who wants to explore Canada and enjoy the novelty of rail transit. The entire adven-ture took two weeks, and was an amazing trip.Jonathan van Bilsens photosNtravel TV show, seen on RogersTV and YouTube, is now featuring Travel News Updates, similar to the ones listed above. To follow Jonathans travel adventures visit photosNtravel.com,eh!Rocky Mountaineer-Bucket List Book your journey of a lifetime today with the enhanced flexibility you need.MC158 Casimir St., Port Perry905-985-2268 TICO #457753248FOCUS - APRIL 2021'