In this moment when we are not free to be able to move as we want, we at SellingTrip.com, with the help of technology, wanted to make you experience what we cannot do at this moment, travel! Discover our destinations in collaboration with partners and tourism organizations to travel virtually, a virtual tour without leaving home, without packing, without tickets but without abandoning the desire to discover distant places and destinations.
Maldives is the place everyone wants to visit at least once in their life! An uncontaminated paradise, just think that 5 percent of the planet's coral reef is enclosed in this corner of the world to be safeguarded.
The best kept secret of the Bahamas is their sheer size and diversity. With their 16 main islands, the Bahamas are a destination of unparalleled charm, a breathtaking adventure across a boundless ocean of crystal clear waters.
The city in the desert that has been able to transform itself into a modern metropolis with over three million inhabitants, a city where everything is possible.
Israel is a very small nation and two-thirds occupied by the desert, but with an extraordinary history behind it, crusaders, sailors, pilgrims, traders and tribes have crossed this land.
Visitors to Greece today have the opportunity to trace the "fingerprints" of Greek history from the Paleolithic to the Roman period in hundreds of archaeological sites, as well as museums and archaeological collections scattered across the country.
Spain is one of the most popular destinations in Europe and the world, thanks to the sunshine of the people, good food and its Mediterranean climate. The country of the Iberian Peninsula includes 17 autonomous communities with different cultures and geographical features.
France is among the most visited countries in the world, you have a thousand reasons to visit it. A nation that collects an artistic, cultural and gastronomic heritage that make it fascinating in the eyes of the whole world. France is rich in history and incredible landscapes.
Megaliths, medieval prisons and the Calypso Cave make the atmosphere of the Maltese islands mythical. They are crossed by narrow and winding streets, which lead to the main squares of the villages, always dominated by the monumental Baroque churches.
In the Indian Ocean, the 115 islands of the Seychelles are an archipelago of rare beauty. Those who come to these islands will be fooled by the deserted white sand beaches, the admirable coral reefs and the vastness of marine animal species.