Mackenzie Basin, New Zealand | Considered the biggest and best International Dark Sky reserves in the world, Mackenzie Basin is yet another reason to visit New Zealand. Stargaze under an open night sky or visit Mt. John Observatory for clear views of the Magellanic Clouds, satellite galaxies of the Milky Way.
St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands | The smallest and least developed of the U.S. Virgin Islands (with two-thirds of its land designated a national park), St. John is practically an unspoiled haven. Explore vivid coral reefs on a dive along Eagle Shoals or retreatto private Jumby Bay for the ultimate relaxation. Land lovers will enjoy exploring thetropical countryside on horseback – St. John’s sole means of transportation until the 1950s.