You just got back to work, and you probably be tinkering your laptop, but we are pretty sure you’re thinking of your next travel destination. Whether you’re eyeing to fly and explore the wilds of South America or immerse in the rich cultures of Africa, this list got you covered.
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico is a combination of cultured laden heights and a cosmopolitan city. It’s known for its 13th-century Aztec temple called Templo Mayor, the baroque Catedral Metropolitana de México of the Spanish conquistadors and the Palacio Nacional, which houses historic murals by Diego Rivera. All of these are situated in and around the Plaza de la Constitución, the massive main square also known as the Zócalo.
Peruvian Amazonia is the area of the Amazon rainforest included within the country of Peru, from east of the Andes to the borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil,
The fourth largest rainforest in the world, the Peruvian Amazon boasts remarkable biodiversity. In terms of flora, the area has 700 types of ferns and more than 7,300 different species of flowering plants. The rainforest is also home to some 180 reptiles, 262 amphibians, 293 mammals, 697 fish, 806 birds, and 2,500 butterflies. In short, the area is an increasingly popular hotspot for nature/wildlife lovers for a very good reason. But it also offers rich indigenous cultures, excellent food, and numerous other pleasures for adventurous travelers to discover. (source)
Canterbury Region, New Zealand
Canterbury is surrounded by grassy lands, crystal clear lakes and snowcapped mountains.
From the silvery beaches of the East Coast to the jagged peaks of the Southern Alps, the Canterbury landscape is impossible to ignore. Big scenery is the order of the day—huge panoramas of ocean or mountains, great sweeps of pastureland, massive amounts of sky. It’s easy to be awestruck—but if you want to be totally flabbergasted, take a hot air balloon ride. The experience of floating across the Canterbury Plains with the majesty of the Southern Alps behind you will ingrain itself on your memory forever. (source)
Egypt links Northeast Africa with the Middle East. When you visit Egypt, feel free to immerse in their rich culture and experiencing both Ancient and modern Egypt, or take a cruise while exploring the famous Nile.
The world’s largest island and an autonomous Danish dependent territory with limited self-government and its own parliament.
If you prefer ice-laden lands then Greenland is the right spot for you. Most of Greenland’s land surface is covered in ice. Greenland is a rich mixture of bounty cultures and an abundant nature. Greenland arguably reigns supreme when it comes to off-the-hook Arctic adventures, such as extreme heli-skiing, sea kayaking among towering icebergs, and dogsledding across the top of the world near Qaanaaq.
Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills.
The island is especially
This nation of Arabian Peninsula has terrain encompassing desert, riverbed oases and long coastlines on the Persian (Arabian) Gulf, Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman.
Visiting Oman is a smart choice if you ever have decided to pay a visit to the Middle East. Aside from the traditional mosques and sandcastle-like forts, Oman boasts of crystal clear blue and green waters and is one of the safest countries to visit in the Middle East.
Nairobi is Kenya’s capital, aside from the cityscape, Nairobi serves as a geo reserve or sanctuary for Giraffes, Rhinos and other wildlife. Nairobi is also often used as a jumping-off point for safari trips elsewhere in Kenya.
One of the most popular spots in Nairobi is the Giraffe Manor, where you can literally relish your sumptuous food alongside with Girraffes.
Belize is making big waves in marine conversation. Belize Barrier Reef System was deemed by Charles Darwin as the most remarkable reef in the West Indies, and it surely didn’t disappoint. Belize reef was also removed from the UNESCO World Heritage site danger list, and this is due to the protection and restoration measures, such as a moratorium on maritime oil exploration, tougher regulations to safeguard mangrove forests, and a planned government ban on single-use plastic-foam cups and plastic products by Earth Day 2019.
One of the most biodiverse reefs on the planet, the Belize barrier reef is home to several rare and threatened species, such as the red-footed booby, West Indian manatee, and loggerhead turtle.