If you live in the U.S., then you have the option to visit at least five continents on your bucket list: South America, Australia, Antarctica, the Caribbean and New Zealand.
But what if you can’t make the trek all the way to one continent?
Luckily, the International Tourism Organization has compiled a list of destinations that are accessible by plane and train, as well as those that can be accessed via air.
The International Tourism Association’s Global Accessibility Index (ITAI) is a compilation of travel data compiled by the ITAI and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
It also includes information about the quality of the transportation, air travel and other amenities that are available.
In addition to providing some basic information about each continent, the ItaI also offers some helpful recommendations on how to get there, including the best transportation options, which airports are closest to major cities, and the cost of getting there.
The following is a look at how each continent and the transportation options you can use to get to them are accessible via air and train.
Africa Africa is home to some of the world’s most beautiful natural landscapes, including Lake Victoria, the Amazon, the Serengeti, the Congo River, Lake Victoria National Park, the Sahara desert and many more.
There are many national parks, wildlife reserves, and wilderness areas across Africa, which are all protected under the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).
Most of these areas are also in the United States, so you should know what to expect on the ground.
Africa’s largest cities include Lagos, the capital of Nigeria, Abuja, the largest city in the country, and Accra, the city with the highest rate of HIV infection in the continent.
You can fly from Lagos to Accra for around $50 each way, while the cost will be lower if you travel from Abuja.
Accra International Airport Lagos Lagos is home base for most international flights, but you can also use the airport’s international terminals for connecting flights from other destinations in Africa.
The airport has four terminal buildings: one for arrivals and departures, two for departures and customs, and one for departures.
If you need to fly from one of these airports, you will be greeted by the airport employee at the gate who will guide you to your flight.
There is no charge for international flights from Lagosh, but if you are traveling from a country outside of Nigeria and you have to make a stopover at Lagos International Airport, you can book a ticket online through Accra’s ticketing system.
The airline has a small baggage allowance that is roughly equal to the cost for the first checked bag, so this can be a cost-effective way to get yourself through a few airports.
As a passenger, you’ll want to book ahead, as there is usually a low ceiling on the amount of baggage you can carry, so it is best to have a minimum of $25 in checked baggage for international travel.
Africa is also home to many natural wonders, such as Lake Victoria.
It has one of the largest lake systems in the Western Hemisphere and is also known as the world headquarters of the Amazon rainforest.
Lagos Airport, Nigeria Accra Airport, Accra Accra is the largest airport in Nigeria.
The terminal buildings are small, and most of the facilities are free of charge.
There’s also a small amount of parking for both international and domestic flights.
Accrarian is located in Lagos’ northern city of Abuja and is the country’s second busiest airport, with international flights departing from Abuza and other destinations as well.
As of 2018, there are five terminal buildings at Abuja airport, which can accommodate the number of domestic and international flights required for a single trip.
If your flight to Lagos has to be delayed due to weather, you should call ahead for the nearest hotel.
For a list and prices of Accra airport terminals, go to http://www.accra.go.nigeria.org/airport/ .
South America And then there’s South America!
You’ll find this continent accessible via plane, train, or car.
There aren’t many cities in South America that are as remote as the Amazon region.
While the Amazon is one of Africa’s most biologically diverse ecosystems, there is also an abundance of biodiversity.
The Amazon has a population of about 300 million people.
Most of them live in tropical rainforests, some are farmers, and others are hunters.
The biodiversity of South America is particularly important for wildlife and the environment, as a great deal of the forest cover is unsuitable for human use.
South America also has some of Africa´s most beautiful lakes.
In the Amazon basin, the river Amazon is the source of many of the most popular drinking water sources in the region, such the Lake Titicaca.
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