1. Glacier National Park, Montana Glacier National Park’s alpine meadows and rugged mountains are what make it perfect to visit in the winter. Go on one of the guided snowshoe walks or watch the sunset at Lake McDonald. You can also go camping – auto camping is available at the Apgar Picnic Area and St. Mary Campground. There is no charge for camping in the winter, but you need to get a backcountry permit. (Photo: National Park Service)
Hideaway Island marine sanctuary in the Republic of Vanuatu. It sits in around three metres of water and anyone who is brave enough to try diving is able to post special 'waterproof postcards' any day of the week as if you would in a regular post office.