We've all heard the old adage that travel is about the journey, not the destination.
Now, a travel company in Taipei, Taiwan, is taking the concept so literally that it's not even bothering to list the destinations on its newest city tour.
That's because not even the company knows where its customers will be heading once they've booked a tour.
The company is called Topology and its unique, experiential tour is called the Taxi Diary.
Customers pay NTD1,000 ($33) for the privilege of doing a ride-along in a local taxi for a four-hour stint.
The tourists travel wherever the taxi is called upon to go by its normal customers.
"This idea came to me a long time ago when I was a passenger in a taxi," says Peter Lin, Topology co-founder. "That driver was so talkative that we chatted nonstop during the half-hour drive. He told me where to find great food in town."
"Ever since, I've thought letting taxi drivers and local commuters be city guides might be a good idea."