Travelling might just be the essence of life. When you travel, you find out so many things about yourself and the world around you. Getting closer to foreign cultures makes you the citizen of the world and builds a strong and compassionate soul which has no room for hate. All of this helps you grow as a person and lets you escape daily life in pursuit of something greater. With the world so big, the question is: where do you find that great lifetime escape?
1. The Amazon Rainforest
It’s time to leave the concrete jungle and step into a real one. The Amazon Rainforest will inspire you to take new chances and make you forget about the life you’ve been living so far. The bravery which has been brewing inside you for some time will finally surface under the influence of wild and overgrown trees and plants.
The possibility of encountering the inhabitants of the Rainforest will deepen the feelings you’ve already been experiencing and you’ll know your trip wasn’t for nothing. This isn’t the only jungle or rainforest you can visit either, as all of them offer the same eye-opening experience which makes you view life differently.
2. Bushbaby, Africa
Release the wild within and set foot in Africa. Here, you’ll get to encounter nature at its purest- bare of people and their influence. Of course, this is true to an extent because safaris are led by professionals who want you to be safe and enjoy this perfect experience to the fullest.
All of the animals you’ve only seen in pictures and zoos suddenly seem more alive and dangerous. This is bound to fill you with adrenaline and remind you of how untamed, wild, and mesmerizing nature can actually be. You won’t come home the same person and you’ll surely be itching to come back as soon as you can.
3. Marrakech, Morocco
One aim of travel is definitely to immerse the senses in new experiences. An excellent way to do this is to visit Marrakech. Not only is this a historic town, offering beautiful landmarks and heroic stories to any history buff, but it’s also heaven for the senses.
The marketplace is an excellent example of that. Shopkeepers and storytellers fill your mind with stories of the local trade, while the various local spices fill your nostrils with enticing smells. You also can’t pass up local delicacies such as escargots or couscous, as it will complete the journey of the senses wonderfully.
4. Green Island, Queensland
Australia is famous for its green and blue waters, and Green Island is no exception. If you’re looking for a bit of a tropical adventure where you can get to know the sea life as well as the island, this is your destination. Green Island is also a protected national park, so it’s important to leave everything as you’ve found it.
It’s home to many colourful sea creatures and sea turtles, inviting you to a whole new world of adventure. Snorkeling gears are available for hire so you can get close and personal with the friendly inhabitants of the island. You can also go on a glass bottom boat ride and hear more about the island beauties and its history.
5. Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is beautiful all year round, but perhaps it’s wisest to visit it in winter. This way you’ll be able to enjoy the snow and all the romantic and soul-nurturing activities that come with it. There’s something poetic about seeing Prague in the winter months of the year. It looks like something out of a storybook thanks to the gothic architecture.
It also gives you the perfect opportunity to try sugary pastries and roasted ham, two of Prague’s specialties. You also can’t miss the traditional Christmas market which offers interesting goods to foreigners and locals alike.
There are many locations perfect for a new or avid traveller. Which one you choose depends on where your heart draws you. In any case, visiting all of them can prove to be the most effective. This way you’ll really get to know our beautiful green planet but will also, perhaps, find another place to call home.