When you are no stranger to traveling the world, you understand the diversity offered by the vast expanses of the Earth. You can find a landscape to fit any desire. You simply need to choose your next destination.
Expand your horizons, and physically experience different horizons. Check out a few stellar destinations which all feature a different type of landscape for your viewing pleasure.
Bali is not only a spiritual mecca for many people who visit Indonesia. You will experience beauty in a frame you’ve never quite seen before. Bali is a family-friendly travel destination, so you don’t have to make the trek alone.
Bring all who would be awakened by the beauty of Mother Nature, and explore every nook and cranny of the location. Bali offers a unique horizon for your mind and body to see.
Nambung National Park, Western Australia
The Pinnacles in Western Australia are a must see for anyone looking to expand their travel horizons. You’ll see thousands of spires made from aged limestone shooting up from the sandy deserts, and wildlife you’ve only experienced on television.
Visit the Nambung National Park, and set forth to experience this place on foot. You may end up with some sand in your shoes, but the journey is worth the hassle.
Plan your next adventure in Iceland to catch a peek at a real-life winter wonderland. You may have a journey just to reach the coolest places in Iceland, but it will only add to your experience.
Check out the Blue Lagoon in Iceland to see a place you may have never imagined existed. During the day, you can hike across lava fields and climb your way through ice caves.
Rainbow Mountain, Peru
Get your body ready for a grand journey on foot, and trek from Cusco to the Rainbow Mountain in Peru. Hike up a challenging 14,000 feet, and you’ll be presented with a vision of bright red rock. Pink, blue, and orange rock makes for the desired rainbow effect along the surface of this natural display of beauty.
Besides the glorious hiking expedition, the culture of the area is another aspect of your epic adventure. Immerse yourself in the local culture as much as you can, and learn to love the land like the natives.
Algar do Carvao, Azores Islands
The Azores are a beautiful Spanish locale which features an ancient volcanic vent tunnel named the Cavern of Coal. You can hike in the tunnel where lava once flowed freely. It will feel like you’re in some other world, but civilization is actually pretty closeby.
You can also bike around the Lagoon of the Seven Cities, and soak in a geothermal hot spring. Some travelers even had the opportunity to swim with dolphins.