Top 10 Highlights of Henrik Jeppesen’s Travels

My name is Henrik Jeppesen, and I am the owner of this website, EveryCountryInTheWorld.com. You can read more about me and my top 10 travel highlights below.

I went alone to Egypt when I was 17 in 2006 and learned a lot along the way. In 2016 I completed my project of visiting every country in the world. I did it on a low budget with help from more than 100 airlines and many hotels. I was born in Denmark in 1988 and grew up close to our country’s first national park, where I have spent a lot of time.

I had many challenges in my project, and I did extreme things like hitchhiking with hundredths of cars, sleeping in some public places and sometimes going hungry to bed. I had a big focus on keeping a low budget and following a hard discipline with money-saving to increase the possibility of visiting all the world’s countries.

After visiting every country in the world, I wrote a lot about my travels, and now I find it interesting to feature other travellers and hear great stories. EveryCountryInTheWorld.com is focusing on big travellers, stories and travel tips.

In 2016, I completed the United Nations list of 193 countries as well as the two observer states, the Holy See and the State of Palestine.

Below is a list of every country in the world and capitals.

Some countries have more than one capital, with South Africa being the only country to have three. A unique arrangement to share power across regions. You can find more information about the countries with more than one capital in this article by CNN.

Country Capital
Afghanistan Kabul
Albania Tirana
Algeria  Algiers
Andorra Andorra la Vella
Angola Luanda
Antigua and Barbuda Saint John’s
Argentina Buenos Aires
Armenia Yerevan
Australia Canberra
Austria Vienna
Azerbaijan Baku
Bahamas Nassau
Bahrain Manama
Bangladesh Dhaka
Barbados Bridgetown
Belarus Minsk
Belgium Brussels
Belize Belmopan
Benin Cotonou, Porto Novo
Bhutan Thimphu
Bolivia La Paz (administrative), Sucre (official)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
Botswana Gaborone
Brazil Brasilia
Brunei Darussalam Bandar Seri Begawan
Bulgaria Sofia
Burkina Faso Ouagadougou
Burundi Gitega
Cabo Verde Praia
Cambodia Phnom Penh
Cameroon Yaounde
Canada Ottawa
Central African Republic Bangui
Chad N’Djamena
Chile Santiago, Valparaíso
China Beijing
Colombia Bogota
Comoros Moroni
Congo Brazzaville
Costa Rica San Jose
Côte D’Ivoire Abidjan, Yamoussoukro
Croatia Zagreb
Cuba Havana
Cyprus Nicosia
Czech Republic Brno, Prague
Dem. People’s Republic of Korea Pyongyang
Dem. Republic of the Congo Kinshasa
Denmark Copenhagen
Djibouti Djibouti
Dominica Roseau
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo
Ecuador Quito
Egypt Cairo
El Salvador San Salvador
Equatorial Guinea Malabo
Eritrea Asmara
Estonia Tallinn
Eswatini Lobamba, Mbabana
Ethiopia Addis Ababa
Fiji Suva
Finland Helsinki
France Paris
Gabon Libreville
Gambia (Republic of The) Banjul
Georgia Tbilisi
Germany Berlin
Ghana Accra
Greece Athens
Grenada Saint George’s
Guatemala Guatemala City
Guinea Conakry
Guinea Bissau Bissau
Guyana Georgetown
Haiti Port au Prince
Holy See No capital
Honduras Tegucigalpa
Hungary Budapest
Iceland Reykjavik
India New Delhi
Indonesia Jakarta
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Tehran
Iraq Baghdad
Ireland Dublin
Israel Jerusalem
Italy Rome
Jamaica Kingston
Japan Tokyo
Jordan Amman
Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan
Kenya Nairobi
Kiribati Tarawa Atoll
Kuwait Kuwait City
Kyrgyzstan Bishkek
Lao People’s Dem. Republic Vientiane
Latvia Riga
Lebanon Beirut
Lesotho Maseru
Liberia Monrovia
Libya Tripoli
Liechtenstein Vaduz
Lithuania Vilnius
Luxembourg Luxembourg
Madagascar Antananarivo
Malawi Lilongwe
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya
Maldives Male
Mali Bamako
Malta Valletta
Marshall Islands Majuro
Mauritania Nouakchott
Mauritius Port Louis
Mexico Mexico City
Micronesia (Federated States of) Palikir
Monaco Monaco
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar
Montenegro Cetinje, Podgorica
Morocco Rabat
Mozambique Maputo
Myanmar Nay Pyi Taw
Namibia Windhoek
Nauru Yaren
Nepal Kathmandu
Netherlands Amsterdam, The Hague
New Zealand Wellington
Nicaragua Managua
Niger Niamey
Nigeria Abuja
North Macedonia Skopje
Norway Oslo
Oman Muscat
Pakistan Islamabad
Palau Melekeok
Panama Panama City
Papua New Guinea Port Moresby
Paraguay Asuncion
Peru Lima
Philippines Manila
Poland Warsaw
Portugal Lisbon
Qatar Doha
Republic of Korea Seoul
Republic of Moldova Chisinau
Romania Bucharest
Russian Federation Moscow
Rwanda Kigali
Saint Kitts and Nevis Basseterre
Saint Lucia Castries
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown
Samoa Apia
San Marino San Marino
Sao Tome and Principe Sao Tome
Saudi Arabia Riyadh
Senegal Dakar
Serbia Belgrade
Seychelles Victoria
Sierra Leone Freetown
Singapore Singapore
Slovakia Bratislava
Slovenia Ljubljana
Solomon Islands Honiara
Somalia Mogadishu
South Africa Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Pretoria
South Sudan Juba
Spain Madrid
Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
State of Palestine Jerusalem (Proclaimed capital), Ramallah (Administrative center)
Sudan Khartoum
Suriname Paramaribo
Sweden Stockholm
Switzerland Bern
Syrian Arab Republic Damascus
Tajikistan Dushanbe
Thailand Bangkok
Timor-Leste Dili
Togo Lome
Tonga Nuku’alofa
Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain
Tunisia Tunis
Turkey Ankara
Turkmenistan Ashgabat
Tuvalu Funafuti
Uganda Kampala
Ukraine Kiev
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi
United Kingdom London
United Republic of Tanzania Dar es Salaam, Dodoma
United States of America Washington D.C.
Uruguay Montevideo
Uzbekistan Tashkent
Vanuatu Port Vila
Venezuela Caracas
Viet Nam Hanoi
Yemen Sana’a
Zambia Lusaka
Zimbabwe Harare


In 2018, I completed two other lists of countries. Below are the names of all 206 Olympic Nations as well as their capitals. That’s all the National Olympic Committees of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). In addition to this, a lot of places in the world are considered countries by many. More about this in this article. You can click on each country for more information.

Some countries have more than one capital, with South Africa being the only country to have three. A unique arrangement to share power across regions. You can find more information about the countries with more than one capital in this article by CNN.

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Country Capital
Afghanistan Kabul
Albania Tirana
Algeria  Algiers
American Samoa Pago Pago
Andorra Andorra la Vella
Angola Luanda
Antigua and Barbuda Saint John’s
Argentina Buenos Aires
Armenia Yerevan
Aruba Oranjestad
Australia Canberra
Austria Vienna
Azerbaijan Baku
Bahamas Nassau
Bahrain Manama
Bangladesh Dhaka
Barbados Bridgetown
Belarus Minsk
Belgium Brussels
Belize Belmopan
Benin Cotonou, Porto Novo
Bermuda Hamilton
Bhutan Thimphu
Bolivia La Paz (administrative), Sucre (official)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
Botswana Gaborone
Brazil Brasilia
Brunei Darussalam Bandar Seri Begawan
Bulgaria Sofia
Burkina Faso Ouagadougou
Burundi Gitega
Cambodia Phnom Penh
Cameroon Yaounde
Canada Ottawa
Cape Verde Praia
Cayman Islands George Town
Central African Republic Bangui
Chad N’Djamena
Chile Santiago, Valparaíso
Chinese Taipei Taipei
Colombia Bogota
Comoros Moroni
Congo Brazzaville
Cook Islands Avarua District
Costa Rica San Jose
Côte D’Ivoire Abidjan, Yamoussoukro
Croatia Zagreb
Cuba Havana
Cyprus Nicosia
Czech Republic Brno, Prague
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Pyongyang
Democratic Republic of the Congo Kinshasa
Denmark Copenhagen
Djibouti Djibouti
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo
Dominique Roseau
Ecuador Quito
Egypt Cairo
El Salvador San Salvador
Equatorial Guinea Malabo
Eritrea Asmara
Estonia Tallinn
Eswatini Lobamba, Mbabana
Ethiopia Addis Ababa
Federated States of Micronesia Palikir
Fiji Suva
Finland Helsinki
France Paris
Gabon Libreville
Gambia Banjul
Georgia Tbilisi
Germany Berlin
Ghana Accra
Great Britain London
Greece Athens
Grenada Saint George’s
Guam Hagåtña
Guatemala Guatemala City
Guinea Conakry
Guinea-Bissau Bissau
Guyana Georgetown
Haiti Port au Prince
Honduras Tegucigalpa
Hong Kong, China Victoria
Hungary Budapest
Iceland Reykjavik
India New Delhi
Indonesia Jakarta
Iraq Baghdad
Ireland Dublin
Islamic Republic of Iran Tehran
Israel Jerusalem
Italy Rome
Jamaica Kingston
Japan Tokyo
Jordan Amman
Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan
Kenya Nairobi
Kiribati Tarawa Atoll
Kosovo Pristina
Kuwait Kuwait City
Kyrgyzstan Bishkek
Lao People’s Democratic Republic Vientiane
Latvia Riga
Lebanon Beirut
Lesotho Maseru
Liberia Monrovia
Libya Tripoli
Liechtenstein Vaduz
Lithuania Vilnius
Luxembourg Luxembourg
Madagascar Antananarivo
Malawi Lilongwe
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya
Maldives Male
Mali Bamako
Malta Valletta
Marshall Islands Majuro
Mauritania Nouakchott
Mauritius Port Louis
Mexico Mexico City
Monaco Monaco
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar
Montenegro Cetinje, Podgorica
Morocco Rabat
Mozambique Maputo
Myanmar Nay Pyi Taw
Namibia Windhoek
Nauru Yaren
Nepal Kathmandu
Netherlands Amsterdam, The Hague
New Zealand Wellington
Nicaragua Managua
Niger Niamey
Nigeria Abuja
North Macedonia Skopje
Norway Oslo
Oman Muscat
Pakistan Islamabad
Palau Melekeok
Palestine Jerusalem, Ramallah
Panama Panama City
Papua New Guinea Port Moresby
Paraguay Asuncion
People’s Republic of China Beijing
Peru Lima
Philippines Manila
Poland Warsaw
Portugal Lisbon
Puerto Rico San Juan
Qatar Doha
Republic of Korea Seoul
Republic of Moldova Chisinau
Romania Bucharest
Russian Olympic Committee Moscow
Rwanda Kigali
Saint Kitts and Nevis Basseterre
Saint Lucia Castries
Samoa (until 1996 Western Samoa) Apia
San Marino San Marino
Sao Tome and Principe Sao Tome
Saudi Arabia Riyadh
Senegal Dakar
Serbia Belgrade
Seychelles Victoria
Sierra Leone Freetown
Singapore Singapore
Slovakia Bratislava
Slovenia Ljubljana
Solomon Islands Honiara
Somalia Mogadishu
South Africa Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Pretoria
South Sudan Juba
Spain Madrid
Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
St Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown
Sudan Khartoum
Suriname Paramaribo
Sweden Stockholm
Switzerland Bern
Syrian Arab Republic Damascus
Tajikistan Dushanbe
Thailand Bangkok
Timor-Leste Dili
Togo Lome
Tonga Nuku’alofa
Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain
Tunisia Tunis
Turkey Ankara
Turkmenistan Ashgabat
Tuvalu Funafuti
Uganda Kampala
Ukraine Kiev
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi
United Republic of Tanzania Dar es Salaam, Dodoma
United States of America Washington D.C.
Uruguay Montevideo
Uzbekistan Tashkent
Vanuatu Port Vila
Venezuela Caracas
Vietnam Hanoi
Virgin Islands, British Road Town
Virgin Islands, US Charlotte Amalie
Yemen Sana’a
Zambia Lusaka
Zimbabwe Harare


In 2018, I completed two other lists of countries. Below are the names of all 211 FIFA nations, as well as their capitals. That’s all the members of FIFA. In addition to this, a lot of places in the world are considered countries by many. More about this in this article. You can click on each country for more information.

Some countries have more than one capital, with South Africa being the only country to have three. A unique arrangement to share power across regions. The territory of Montserrat has two current capitals, while one intended as future capital is under construction. You can find more information about the countries with more than one capital in this article by CNN.

Country Capital
Afghanistan Kabul
Albania Tirana
Algeria Algiers
American Samoa Pago Pago
Andorra Andorra la Vella
Angola Luanda
Anguilla The Valley
Antigua and Barbuda Saint John’s
Argentina Buenos Aires
Armenia Yerevan
Aruba Oranjestad
Australia Canberra
Austria Vienna
Azerbaijan Baku
Bahamas Nassau
Bahrain Manama
Bangladesh Dhaka
Barbados Bridgetown
Belarus Minsk
Belgium Brussels
Belize Belmopan
Benin Cotonou, Porto Novo
Bermuda Hamilton
Bhutan Thimphu
Bolivia La Paz (administrative), Sucre (official)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
Botswana Gaborone
Brazil Brasilia
British Virgin Islands Road Town
Brunei Darussalam Bandar Seri Begawan
Bulgaria Sofia
Burkina Faso Ouagadougou
Burundi Gitega
Cabo Verde Praia
Cambodia Phnom Penh
Cameroon Yaounde
Canada Ottawa
Cayman Islands George Town
Central African Republic Bangui
Chad N’Djamena
Chile Santiago, Valparaíso
China PR Beijing
Chinese Taipei Taipei
Colombia Bogota
Comoros Moroni
Congo Brazzaville
Congo DR Kinshasa
Cook Islands Avarua District
Costa Rica San Jose
Côte D’Ivoire Abidjan, Yamoussoukro
Croatia Zagreb
Cuba Havana
Curaçao Willemstad
Cyprus Nicosia
Czech Republic Brno, Prague
Denmark Copenhagen
Djibouti Djibouti
Dominica Roseau
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo
Ecuador Quito
Egypt Cairo
El Salvador San Salvador
England London
Equatorial Guinea Malabo
Eritrea Asmara
Estonia Tallinn
Eswatini Lobamba, Mbabana
Ethiopia Addis Ababa
Faroe Islands Tórshavn
Fiji Suva
Finland Helsinki
France Paris
Gabon Libreville
Gambia Banjul
Georgia Tbilisi
Germany Berlin
Ghana Accra
Gibraltar Gibraltar
Greece Athens
Grenada Saint George’s
Guam Hagåtña
Guatemala Guatemala City
Guinea Conakry
Guinea-Bissau Bissau
Guyana Georgetown
Haiti Port au Prince
Honduras Tegucigalpa
Hong Kong Victoria
Hungary Budapest
Iceland Reykjavik
India New Delhi
Indonesia Jakarta
Iran Tehran
Iraq Baghdad
Israel Jerusalem
Italy Rome
Jamaica Kingston
Japan Tokyo
Jordan Amman
Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan
Kenya Nairobi
Korea DPR Pyongyang
Korea Republic Seoul
Kosovo Pristina
Kuwait Kuwait City
Kyrgyz Republic Bishkek
Laos Vientiane
Latvia Riga
Lebanon Beirut
Lesotho Maseru
Liberia Monrovia
Libya Tripoli
Liechtenstein Vaduz
Lithuania Vilnius
Luxembourg Luxembourg
Macau Macau
Madagascar Antananarivo
Malawi Lilongwe
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya
Maldives Male
Mali Bamako
Malta Valletta
Mauritania Nouakchott
Mauritius Port Louis
Mexico Mexico City
Moldova Chișinău
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar
Montenegro Cetinje, Podgorica
Montserrat Plymouth (de jure)
Brades (de facto)
Little Bay (under construction, intended as future capital)
Morocco Rabat
Mozambique Maputo
Myanmar Nay Pyi Taw
Namibia Windhoek
Nepal Kathmandu
Netherlands Amsterdam, The Hague
New Caledonia Nouméa
New Zealand Wellington
Nicaragua Managua
Niger Niamey
Nigeria Abuja
North Macedonia Skopje
Northern Ireland Belfast
Norway Oslo
Oman Muscat
Pakistan Islamabad
Palestine Jerusalem
Ramallah
Panama Panama City
Papua New Guinea Port Moresby
Paraguay Asuncion
Peru Lima
Philippines Manila
Poland Warsaw
Portugal Lisbon
Puerto Rico San Juan
Qatar Doha
Republic of Ireland Dublin
Romania Bucharest
Russia Moscow
Rwanda Kigali
Samoa Apia
San Marino San Marino
Sao Tome and Principe Sao Tome
Saudi Arabia Riyadh
Scotland Edinburgh
Senegal Dakar
Serbia Belgrade
Seychelles Victoria
Sierra Leone Freetown
Singapore Singapore
Slovakia Bratislava
Slovenia Ljubljana
Solomon Islands Honiara
Somalia Mogadishu
South Africa Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Pretoria
South Sudan Juba
Spain Madrid
Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
St. Kitts and Nevis Basseterre
St. Lucia Castries
St. Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown
Sudan Khartoum
Suriname Paramaribo
Sweden Stockholm
Switzerland Bern
Syria Damascus
Tahiti Pape’ete
Tajikistan Dushanbe
Tanzania Dar es Salaam, Dodoma
Thailand Bangkok
Timor-Leste Dili
Togo Lome
Tonga Nuku’alofa
Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain
Tunisia Tunis
Turkey Ankara
Turkmenistan Ashgabat
Turks and Caicos Islands Cockburn Town
Uganda Kampala
Ukraine Kiev
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi
Uruguay Montevideo
US Virgin Islands Charlotte Amalie
USA Washington D.C.
Uzbekistan Tashkent
Vanuatu Port Vila
Venezuela Caracas
Vietnam Hanoi
Wales Cardiff
Yemen Sana’a
Zambia Lusaka
Zimbabwe Harare
  A Photo From Every Country in the World

 


I have travelled more than 3,000 days in my life, including domestic travel days in Denmark and Estonia, the only two countries I have lived. I could have visited every country in the world in less than two years like some have, but I think travelling or maybe rather transitting so fast between countries isn’t the most enjoyable way of travelling.

I don’t think there is a clear definition of what a territory is, and it’s subjective how many there are. Travelers’ Century Club has made a list of 329 countries and territories, and on that list, I have been to 300 including all 193 countries. 300 minus 193 countries = I must have visited 107 territories according to the perhaps most reliable list of countries and territories.

Some of the territories I have visited include Abkhazia, Cabinda, Christmas Island, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, Fernando de Noronha, Greenland, Kashmir, Montserrat, Ogasawara, Rodrigues, Socotra, South Georgia Island, Spitsbergen, Tibet, Transnistria.


I am very interested in islands, especially remote inhabited islands. Although many aren’t independent countries, it can feel like arriving in a new country when arriving at an inhabited island. I have visited hundreds of islands, but I haven’t counted exactly how many. Some of them include:
Aitutaki
Cook Islands
Alrø
Als
Amager
Ambon Island, Maluku Islands
Andros Island, Bahamas
Anguilla
Anholt
Annobon
Antigua
Aruba
Avernakø
Babeldaob, Palau
Bahrain Island, Bahrain
Bali
Baltra Island, Galapagos
Barbados
Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe
Bazaruto, Mozambique
Beef Island, British Virgin Islands
Bermuda (main island)
Bioko
Bird Island Seychelles
Bogø
Bonaire
Bora Bora (main island), French Polynesia
Borneo
Bornholm
Bågø
Carrot Cay, Turks and Caicos Islands
Christmas Island, Australia
Corfu
Corsica (main island)
Crete
Cuba (main island)
Curaçao
Cyprus (main island)
Desroches Island
Dominica
East Falkland, Falkland Islands
Efate, Vanuatu
Egholm
Enø
Eskilsø
Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu
Falster
Fanø
Farø
Fasta Åland (Aland Islands)
Fejø
Fernando de Noronha
Floreana Island, Galapagos
Fongafale, Tuvalu
Fregate Island
Funen (Fyn)
Fur
Glænø
Gorée (Senegal)
Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands
Grande Comore, Comoros
Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
Grande-Terre, Mayotte
Great Britain
Greenland
Grenada
Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands
Guam
Guernsey
Hainan
Hispaniola
Hjarnø
Home Island, Cocos (Keeling Islands)
Hong Kong Island
Iceland (main island)
Ireland (main island)
Isabela Island, Galapagos
Isle of Man
Jamaica (main island)
Java
Jegindeø
Jeju
Jersey
Ko Kut
Koh Phangan
Koh Samui
Korcula
La Digue
Lampedusa
Langeland
Langkawi (main island)
Lolland
Lombok
Luzon, Philippines
Læsø
MacCarthy Island, Gambia
Madagascar
Madeira
Mahe
Majuro Atoll (main island), Marshall Islands
Mallorca
Malolo Island, Fiji
Malolo Lailai, Fiji
Malta
Mandø
Martinique
Masnedø
Mauritius
Montserrat
Mors
Motu Tautau, French Polynesia
Muharraq Island, Bahrain
Mykines
Mykonos
Møn
Nauru
Nevis
New Britain (PNG)
New Caledonia (main island)
New Guinea
New Providence, Bahamas
Ngerekebesang Island, Palau
North Island New Zealand
North Island Seychelles
Nørrejyske Ø
Oahu, Hawaii
Ogasawara (main island)
Okinawa
Omø
Oreor Island, Palau
Orø
Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Pamanzi, Mayotte
Paradise Island (Hog Island), Bahamas
Phuket
Praslin
Prince Edward Island, Canada
Principe
Providencialas, Turks and Caicos Islands
Puerto Rico (main island)
Raiatea, French Polynesia
Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Ratua, Vanuatu
Rhodes
Robben Island, South Africa
Rodrigues
Réunion
Rømø
Saadiyat Island, United Arab Emirates
Saba
Saint Croix
Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent
Saint-Barthélemy
Saint-Pierre
Saipan
Sal, Cape Verde
Samsø
San Andrés
Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos
Santorini
Sao Tome
Sardinia
Schiermonnikoog
Sejerø
Sicily
Sicily
Sint Maarten/Saint Martin
Sir Bani Yas, United Arab Emirates
Siø
Socotra
South Andaman, Andaman Islands (India)
South Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands
South Island New Zealand
South Tarawa, Kiribati
Spitsbergen
Sri Lanka (main island)
St. George’s Island, Bermuda
St. Kitts
Streymoy Island, Faroe Islands
Sulawesi
Sumatra
Sylt
São Miguel Island, Azores
Tahiti, French Polynesia
Taipa, Macau
Taiwan (main island)
Tasmania (main island)
Terceira, Azores
Thurø
Timor
Tinian
Tongatapu, Tonga
Trinidad
Tutuila, American Samoa
Tåsinge
Upolu, Samoa
Vancouver Island
Venø
Vieques, Puerto Rico
Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Viti Levu, Fiji
Vágar, Faroe Islands
West Island, Cocos (Keeling Islands)
West Point Island, Falkland Islands
Yap, Federated States of Micronesia
Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Zanzibar
Zealand
Ærø
ʻUtu Vavaʻu, Tonga

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If I can only pick one country as my favourite country to visit, I would pick South Africa. I’ve had some of the best days of my life in South Africa; it’s been fascinating to be there with many exciting things to do. It’s a diverse country with stunning nature, world-class beaches, some of the world’s best safari experiences and my favourite city in the world, Cape Town.

I’ve had a lot of fantastic food in the country, met fascinating people, and finally, I like the excellent value for money. I have spent almost five months in the country so far and been to all nine provinces, but there is still a lot more I would like to experience, although I am very thankful for the many experiences I’ve had in this fascinating country.


I have visited every country in the world, and one of the countries I think about the most is the Maldives. It’s one of the countries that have made the strongest impression on me, given me some of my best memories and the number one country I would like to visit with my wife after I got married in 2020.

I have stayed at approximately 60 private island resorts in the Maldives, a country I also consider one of the most beautiful in the world because of its gorgeous archipelago with stunning islands and pristine beaches. There are approximately 1,200 islands in the Maldives, but only about 200 of them are inhabited.

I have visited several local islands, but what really fascinated me about the Maldives is world-class private island resorts. I would very much like to experience many more islands in the Maldives in the future.


I have visited more than 1,000 destinations in the world. Some of my favourite destinations include:

Aitutaki, Cook Islands
Bali, Indonesia
Bonaire, Caribbean
Bornholm Island, Denmark
Colorado, USA
County Laois, Ireland
Dominica, Caribbean
Douro Valley, Portugal
Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Fesdu Island, Maldives
Frégate Island Seychelles
Funen Island, Denmark
Gothenburg, Sweden
Krüger National Park, South Africa
Langkawi, Malaysia
New York City, USA
Normandy, France
North Island, Seychelles
Paris, France
Principe Island, Sao Tome and Principe
Schiermonnikoog Island, the Netherlands
Singita Grumeti Reserves, Tanzania
Skåne, Sweden
Socotra Island, Yemen
Sossusvlei desert of Namibia
South Funen Archipelago, Denmark
Stockholm, Sweden
Sydney, Australia
Tallinn, Estonia
Tasmania, Australia
Tuscany, Italy
Western Cape, South Africa

And many more.


I love my country for both living and travel. It is one of the best countries in the world for quality of life. For travel, there are a lot of countries with a lot more to offer, but we actually have enough for several months of travelling. We are much more than Copenhagen.

Besides our capital, we have almost 80 inhabited islands, of which I have visited more than 50, and visiting islands is something I really enjoy. Anholt, Avernakø, Bornholm, Christiansø and Livø are all well worth a visit. If you like Copenhagen, we have three other cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants, Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg. They all have great attractions and food. We also have beautiful and famous castles, great national parks, theme parks and a lot more. We are a great country to visit, but unfortunately, one of the most expensive and I understand if Denmark is not at the top of your list for this reason.

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