With so many beautiful places around the world, it is no wonder our travel bucket lists get longer and longer every year.
And even though we are spending more time traveling virtually nowadays there is no reason why we can’t continue to be inspired by the beauty we are surrounded by.
It’s time to be inspired with an around the world adventure.
The 24 Most Beautiful Places Around the World
Here is a sneak peek at some of the amazing places around the world. Click on any of the destinations below or keep scrolling to check them all out.
- Coron, Philippines
- Tazekka National Park
- Mount Rainier National Park
- Tayrona National Park, Colombia
- Raja Ampat
- Norway Fjords
- El Salto de Limon, Dominican Republic
- Jurassic Coast
- Glacier National Park
Where is the most beautiful place in the world?
Lake Tekapo, New Zealand
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Lake Tekapo is easily one of the most beautiful places in the world. Nestled in the shadow of the Southern Alps in New Zealand’s South Island, Lake Tekapo is a uniquely blue lake that will blow you away.
Lake Tekapo township is very small and many tourists stop for an hour to take photos of the Lake and beautiful historic church, the Church of the Good Shepherd. But I implore you to spend a night and enjoy it when it’s quiet and the tourist buses have departed.
Lake Tekapo walks are hugely popular and our favorite is the Mt John Summit Track. It is a 1.5-2 hour return walk to the summit, through forest and farmland, culminating in 360-degree views of Lake Tekapo and the Mackenzie Country.
The color of the lake glistens even brighter from above.
Tekapo is also a Dark Sky Reserve, meaning it has very low light pollution at night and is one of the best places in the world to see the stars.
You can take a stargazing tour to really learn what is up there, or get out in the evening and just marvel at the vast sky above.
Other popular activities at Lake Tekapo include the Tekapo Springs hot pools, skiing at Roundhill Ski Area, paddleboarding on the lake and walking along the lakefront.
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Asia has no shortage of beautiful destinations, but if you’re looking for something truly spectacular, Lombok, Indonesia can’t be missed! Located just one island over from Bali, Lombok has everything from white sand beaches to stunning active volcanos.
In the southern towns like Kuta, Lombok, the coast looks like a screen saver. The water is clear turquoise and mountainous jungle surrounds quiet bays and coves.
In the north, you can visit the famous Gili islands. While these “party islands” don’t offer the same peaceful escape as Kuta Lombok in the south, they are still some of the most photogenic places to see in Indonesia.
No matter what kind of traveler you are, there are plenty of things to do in Lombok. Take advantage of world-famous surf or relax on one of the many spotless beaches like Tanjung Aan or Selong Belanak.
If you’re looking for a little adventure, plan to hike the impressive Mount Rinjani or take a road trip around the island’s coastline. With natural beauty and a wide variety of sites to see, Lombok, Indonesia should be on any traveler’s bucket list.
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St Helena Island
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A five-hour flight, west from mainland Africa will land you in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean on the tiny British island of St Helena.
A 47-square-mile beauty spot so remote it broke all hopes of escape for its famous prisoner, Napoleon Bonaparte back in 1821. It’s perfect for those seeking the thrill of travel to lesser-known destinations, where seclusion is taken to the max.
The island’s diverse volcanic landscape never fails to impress, from towering coastal cliffs, craggy ravines to rolling pastures and swishing forests. Spectacular enough to wow the most traveled of travelers.
Here you can go swimming with whale sharks, diving with devil rays, explore military fortifications and the charming Georgian city of Jamestown, climb the 699-steps of Jacob’s Ladder, and meet the world’s oldest living land animal, Jonathan the 188-year-old giant tortoise.
It’s also a hiker’s paradise, laced with adventurous trails, some that’ll test the nerve of the keenest walkers, though most are safe for kids and suit all abilities. These ‘Post Box’ walks lead to amazing views, a favorite in the cloud forest of Diana’s Peak, wrapped in Jurassic-like plant life at the highest point on the island (820m).
And what better way to end the day than with Mother’s Nature’s daily showstopper – watching the sunset over the fishing harbor of James Bay. It’s absolutely beautiful.
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The French Pyrenees
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The French Pyrenees is a stunning area of France. This 430km mountain range runs along the French-Spanish border and is full of snowy peaks (even in summer) and incredible vistas.
You may also get lucky and spot some of Europe’s rarest wildlife including vultures and even brown bears.
The Pyrenees are perfect for lovers of the outdoors including skiers, climbers, hikers, and cyclists. We based ourselves in Argelès-Gazost, a small town that’s well-known for its thermal spa – and also its casino.
Hautacam is the nearest mountain peak and is just a few minutes away from the town. Here you’ll find many mountain-based activities including a mountain luge, segway and hiking trails,
If you’re into road cycling, the Pyrenees are a dream. The Tour de France has made this one of the most famous places around the world. Famous climbs of the Tour de France, like the Col du Tourmalet, Aspin, Soulour, Aubisque, and Hautacam are on the doorstep.
Argelès-Gazost makes a great place to base yourself to explore the region by road bike. There’s also a cycle path along the valley bottom which is a lovely ride if you prefer your cycling flat or are with kids.
Winters aren’t overly long in the Pyrenees, but still, they’re pretty much reserved for winter sports (like downhill and nordic skiing) between November and the end of April. Come during late spring and summer to get the best of the Pyrenees when it’s not covered in snow!
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Millions of people can’t be wrong when they dubbed Coron in the Philippines to be ‘the world’s most beautiful island’ three years running.
This breath-taking location is the stuff of tantalizing travel brochures: skipping between exotic islands on a private boat as you snack on fresh seafood and scrunch your toes up in the pristine white sands.
Add some swaying palm trees, teeming marine life, and some of the best diving in South East Asia, and you’ve got a postcard-perfect place that you have to add to your bucket list.
A short ferry ride away from El Nido (another stunning place that needs to go onto your itinerary) Coron is a municipality in the picturesque province of Palawan and is made up of Busuanga and Coron island as well as a smattering of small islets.
It’s these islets that have made Coron famous as you hire a boat for the day (or three) to visit them, hopping from one to the other while taking time on to just chill on the bow of your boat, eating grilled fish caught just that morning.
While some of the closer islets and attractions like the azure waters of Kayangan Lake and the aptly-named Twin Lagoon are starting to get a little busier, it’s easy to get off the beaten track in Coron and you’ll definitely be able to find your slice of island paradise if you venture out to the more remote islands like Malcapuya, Banana or Bulog Dos Island.
Even if swimming, snorkeling, or scuba diving isn’t your thing, Coron has so much to offer – hikes in the forest, walks up to the viewpoint, and even the acclaimed hot springs, perfect to soothe those aches and pains after a day out on the water.
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Tazekka National Park
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Tazekka National Park is one of Morocco’s off the beaten path hidden gems in the Middle Atlas Mountain Range. You need a car to get there and there are not many places to stay in the actual park. However, the city of Tazekka is nearby where you can find restaurants and hotels.
The National Park is abundant in wildlife and a variety of plants and trees. The park’s highest peak, Jbel Tazekka, towering at an altitude of 1980, is surrounded by cedar groves and forests of cork and holm oaks.
There is an abundance of unforgettable hiking opportunities through lush green forests, past glittering waterfalls, and calm lakes where you can go canoeing or kayaking in the silence of great nature. Or maybe you prefer climbing the peak of Jbel Tazekka. There are endless opportunities for nature lovers.
Tazekka National Park is also spotted with small Berber villages and the narrow hairpin roads are so mesmerizing to drive through with new beauty around every corner.
One of the highlights is without a doubt the Friouato Caves which are situated just outside the park. This is one of the largest cave systems in North Africa and definitely one for your bucket list!
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Mount Rainier National Park
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One of the most beautiful places to visit in the world is Mount Rainier National Park.
This park is located in Washington State in the United States. It is an iconic spot that will make your jaw drop. The mountain is so beautiful and monumental that you can’t help but stare at it on days where there are clear skies.
Mount Rainier can be seen from certain areas in the well-known city of Seattle, but you can definitely get closer to explore it.
One of the most popular hikes in Mount Rainier is the Skyline Trail. This trail is absolutely amazing. You get 360-degree views of mountains, there are waterfalls, and you might even spot a black bear on the trail.
It is famous for a reason. The views are incredible throughout the hike, so you will definitely stop every five minutes to take pictures.
Another popular trail is Comet Falls. This waterfall is magnificent for rainy days.
There are a few waterfalls throughout the hike, and the green trees throughout the trail are flourishing and magnificent. It is one of the best waterfall hikes in Washington and should not be missed.
Another great thing to do is to visit the Groves of the Patriarch Trail. This is a beautiful place for the whole family. The trees are humongous, and the river has a hint of a green turquoise color. It really is a fantastic easy trail with beautiful views.
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Tayrona National Park, Colombia
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When you close your eyes and imagine the most beautiful places in the world, what do you see?
Do you see a concrete jungle filled with skyscrapers and neon lights? A colonial town with cobblestone streets and buildings that have withstood the test of time?
Or do you see turquoise waters, crashing waves, and soft white sand?
My favorite place in the world, Tayrona National Park in Colombia, is the perfect example of the latter.
A protected national park in Colombia, Tayrona is the perfect example of paradise. Located on the northern edge of Colombia, Tayrona National Park is the home to the beautiful blue waters of the Caribbean Sea.
With strict regulation, there is no pollution, no trash, and no noise, just you and the beautiful palm trees, wildlife, and soothing waters.
Not only are the landscapes pleasing to the eyes, but Tayrona National Park is also one of the best ways to reconnect with nature. Offering campsites and hammocks in the jungles and next to the sea, visitors can properly relax and destress.
If you want the best views in Tayrona National Park, you must go to Cabo San Juan inside the park. It is where a man-made watchtower juts into the oceans and offers unparalleled views. Sunsets and sunrises from there are absolutely stunning.
So don’t forget to add a visit to the Tayrona National Park on your Colombia itinerary!
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Located in Indonesia off the western tip of New Guinea, the Raja Ampat islands are one of the most beautiful places in the world above and below the water.
They are covered in lush tropical jungles and surrounded by brilliant blue waters with some of the best diving in the world.
Part of the charm of Raja Ampat is that it is still relatively undiscovered by tourists so you will often have the area’s attractions all to yourself. On land you can relax on the beaches, go for a hike through the greenery, or go bird watching.
Underwater is where Raja Ampat really shines. Dive sites vary based on whether they are located in North, Central or Southern Raja Ampat but they all have something special to offer divers of all skill levels and are known for their incredible diversity.
You can see everything from vivid soft coral reefs and macro life to larger creatures like sharks, manatees, and manta rays.
There are some great sustainable lodges on land but if you are visiting the beautiful Raja Ampat Islands for diving, you can’t go wrong with a liveaboard boat experience. It’s the best way to experience diving in Raja Ampat and the area’s incredible natural beauty.
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Steep rock walls dramatically shoot up from narrow inlets of deep blue sea in Norway’s fjord region creating an allure few can resist.
Norway boasts the largest concentration of fjords in the world, with more than 1,000 gracing its coast. Shaped by glaciers long ago, Norway’s fjords are among the most beautiful landscapes on earth.
The Sognefjord is Norway’s longest and deepest fjord. It plunges to more than 4,200 feet while the steep surrounding mountains rise to a dramatic 5,500 feet.
The Naeroyfjord, an arm of the Sognefjord, is an impressive sight and is featured on the UNESCO World Heritage list. At its narrowest point, it’s only 820 feet wide.
When visiting this region you can enjoy the spectacular scenery in a variety of ways. It is some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.
A popular route called Norway in a Nutshell takes travelers between Oslo, Norway’s capital city, and Bergen, Norway’s second-largest city, by way of beautiful train, bus and boat ride.
Ferry passengers sail straight through the narrow rocky waterways as views open up to charming villages dotting the surrounding landscape. These idyllic towns welcome travelers to the region providing convenient lodging, amenities, and quaint dining options.
Hiking trails are prevalent in the adjacent mountainsides and a great way to observe Norway’s flowing fjords. Wind through valleys, around waterfalls, and up to stunning views overlooking these natural wonders.
Or rent a kayak and head to the water. Glide through the stunning narrow channels as sheer cliffs drape you on either side.
Whichever way you choose to see the fjords, adding Norway to your travel bucket list is a must, as this dramatic destination is not to be missed.
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El Salto de Limon, Dominican Republic
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The Dominican Republic is home to some of the most beautiful places on the earth. When you are in the country you must visit breathtaking El Salto de Limon waterfalls, hidden in a thick lush forest.
The falls located in the Samana peninsula, a short drive distance from Las Terrenas.
To get to the waterfalls you can hike 2.5 kilometers through the jungle or hire a horse and ride to the falls. I would recommend you to go on foot because the path is so pretty and on the way, you will be able to find a few falls before reaching the main one.
If you go on horseback you will be followed by a guide and the tour guide leads you to the 52m El Limon falls, the biggest and main fall and you won’t be able to make lots of stops and see other falls.
You will be able to hear the falls when you get closer. Here is where you should get ready to be stunned by the size and beauty of the fall. You can cool off from the journey by swimming in the freshwater emerald pool.
Most tourists don’t continue the path after El Limon, but I would recommend you to do it because you will be able to find more beautiful spots and waterfalls.
I would recommend going early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid crowds. Most of the tours arrive there around noon.
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Glacier National Park
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Glacier National Park is one of the most beautiful places in the world for natural beauty, stunning mountains, and gorgeous alpine lakes.
This amazing park in northwest Montana brings visitors from all over the world to experience its rugged adventure, proximity to nature, and endless opportunities to connect with the earth.
One of the best things to do here take a drive through the Going To The Sun Road – an epic 50-mile drive packed with jaw-dropping views the entire way! Here, you can also take advantage of the many trailheads off the road.
Popular hikes like the ones to Avalancha Lake, Sun Point, Hidden Lake, and The Highline Trail are all excellent options.
Glacier National Park is a great place to encounter wildlife! Bears are extremely active in the area, and you are bound to see a cute pika or mountain goat along your hiking trail. Remember to bring bear spray and travel in groups to keep you safe!
It’s best to plan a trip to Glacier National Park in the summer season to take advantage of the most hiking and camping opportunities. Most of the park shuts down when the snow comes (early October to early June) so the summer season is the best time to visit!
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What are the most beautiful cities in the world?
Queenstown, New Zealand
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If you do not have Queenstown, New Zealand on your bucket list, add it now. It has to be one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen.
Located on New Zealand’s South Island, Queenstown is a clean, quaint city on a crystal blue lake surrounded by dramatic, stunning mountains. It is largely known as New Zealand’s adventure capital and for its ability to please the thrill-seekers.
If you are among the adventure junkies, the list of things to do is LONG, but a few must do’s include jet boating on the Shotover River, skiing The Remarkables, and one of the famous bungee jumps in the area through AJ Hackett Bungy.
Another awesome way to spend the day is head up the Skyline Queenstown gondola (the steepest gondola I have ever seen) to the top of Bob’s Peak and take in the insane 220-degree view of Queenstown and its gorgeous surroundings.
The water is so blue, it takes your breath away. At the top, you can walk around, have a drink or bite to eat and ride the Queenstown luge! The luge is SO fun, I recommend going for the five rides, one ride just is not enough.
Back at sea level, take a stroll around town, do some shopping if that’s your thing, or grab a bite to eat. If you like burgers, Fergburger is a must. It’s an internationally recognized casual burger joint with DELICIOUS burgers and fries.
For other entertainment, there are plenty of wineries in the region as well as hiking trails, or you could head to Onsen Hotpools for a unique hot tub experience with stunning views. Enjoy!
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Watamu is the honeymoon destination you never heard of, the white sand paradise that is absent from holiday brochures. It’s remoteness, it’s isolation, its secret history is what makes it one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Just an hour on a plane from Nairobi, Kenya’s hectic capital, is paradise. A place of sea and salt and shells, of sleeping mangroves and virgin beaches littered with ghost crabs.
These are some of the best beaches around the world.
A diver’s paradise, beyond the reef, are sharks, whales, and rays. A child’s paradise, within the reef are shallow bays peppered with sandbars and at low tide rock pools filled with rainbow fish, shellfish, and starfish.
A place to relax in shaded cottages that peek out behind hibiscus bushes or to dress up and visit one of a handful of hotels and beach bars that feed you Dawa cocktails Or catch a Boda Boda bike down to the Crab Shack and watch the sun dip into the creek while stuffing hot and crispy crab samosas into your smiling mouths.
In Watamu, the seasons don’t change, it is always hot, tropical, and near-deserted, as far from Europe and America as you can get. This is the wild place you’ve been searching for, one of the most beautiful and captivating places in the world.
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Montreux is a beautiful fashionable place, located in the southwestern part of Switzerland. It is located 90 km from the capital Bern, and the first big city next to it is Lausanne.
It is adorned with a mild continental climate because Lake Geneva and its position on the southern slopes protect it from the harsh climate of the north, so it is a very desirable destination for tourists from all over the world.
It may very well be one of the more famous tourist attractions around the world.
French is the language that can be heard the most in this wonderful city, which gives it extra charm.
The beautiful promenade that is located along the entire lake, along which Montreux is located, is perfectly decorated with various flowers, rocks, and planted palm trees.
Therefore, while walking, we do not have the feeling that we are in the mountainous area of Switzerland, but as if we are on the shores of a sea, because the blue Geneva Lake, full of sailboats, really looks like that.
Packed with luxury hotels, restaurants, and cafes located along the promenade, Montreux is the target of rich and famous people, who even own their real estate in the city.
It hosts various festivals, and one of the most famous is the Jazz Festival, which takes place in August and where the big names of the world music scene appear.
Montreux has been home to many celebrities over the years. One of them is the writer Vladimir Nabokov, who spent his last days in The Montreux Palace Hotel with his wife Vera.
Also, Fredy Mercury the frontman of the famous group ‘Queen’ lived and created in Montreux. His bust is located at the end of a long promenade, where the famous jazz festival is held.
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Mount Cook is a beautiful national park located within the southern alps in New Zealand’s south island and home to it’s highest mountain.
It is one of the most stunning regions in the country, with breathtaking alpine landscapes, glacier lakes and a small village with a handful of tourist lodgings.
There are many things to do in Mount Cook and we recommend going on a hike on one of the many walking tracks in the park.
The most popular is the Hooker Valley Trail, a 3-hour return journey (suitable for all levels of fitness) which has majestic views of the mountains and takes you over swing bridges and past picturesque streams and lakes.
The Blue Lakes and Tasman Glacier walk is also a wonderful track and the uphill walk gives you incredible views of the valleys and the huge icebergs in the glacier lakes.
If you have some cash to splash we also recommend booking a heli-hike guided tour – you get to take a scenic flight by helicopter to a remote part of Mount Cook mountain, and walk on the ice terrain to explore the fantastic glacial ice formations.
Mount Cook also has one of the darkest skies in the world with limited light pollution which makes it perfect for magical star gazing on a clear night.
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One of the most beautiful places in the world to travel is the Scottish Highlands. There’s such a wide range of things to do in the area- visiting cute villages, exploring bustling cities or driving some of the most scenic roads in Scotland.
For nature or outdoor lovers, it’s a perfect spot to visit – especially the Cairngorms National Park.
The Cairngorms is the largest National Park in the UK and National Geographic voted it one of the top 20 places to visit IN THE WORLD. It contains mountains, valleys, castles, distilleries, and watersports.
One of our favorite things to do in the Highlands is hike. There are multiple trails and walks (guides are available from the tourist offices if you’d like one), or you can just turn up and wander wherever you fancy.
Be aware of the weather, which can change very quickly throughout the day. Some of the hikes are for more experienced walkers only- so do a little research before you head out.
If hiking isn’t for you, you can enjoy cycling, skiing, or play golf at one of the many world-class golf courses! There are also plenty of hotels, spas, restaurants, cafes, and places to relax, unwind, and enjoy the breathtaking views any way you look.
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Merzouga in Morocco is for sure one of the most amazing places in the world especially for those who are looking for a mix of adventure and romance. Merzouga is located in the Sahara Desert, near the Algerian border.
Here is the gateway to Erg Chebbi, a huge expanse of sand dunes with a high around 200 meters.
Already getting to Merzouga is an unforgettable experience. The journey goes over the imposing Atlas Mountains, further on the fantastic road of the 1000 Kasbahs and past the juicy oasis Tinghir.
When reaching the desert town visitors are amazed by all the golden sand dunes that are already situated next to the city.
Camel trekking on the vast dunes of Erg Chebbi, watching the most incredible Sahara sunset, singing songs next at the Berber camp, camping underneath the bright shining stars, and spending the night in a desert camp are just a few of the highlights on any trip to Merzouga.
For a perfect trip, we recommend staying in Merzouga at least for 3 nights. Book one night in a desert camp (there are also luxury options), and the other 2 nights spoil yourself with an awesome desert hotel.
The best time to go there is in autumn, winter, or spring. Avoid summer, it will be definitely too hot. The budget can be variable, depending on your needs. But at least you should calculate with 40 Euro per night.
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The most beautiful countries in the world
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Fiji is considered to be one of the happiest countries in the world — and one of the most beautiful!
This group of 330+ tropical islands practically beckons travelers to swim in its crystal-blue waters, relax on the beach, and enjoy ‘island time.’
Another important part of Fiji’s beauty is in its people. Fijians are some of the friendliest locals I’ve come across on my travels, as they’re always smiling and greeting you with a cheerful ‘Bula!’ (Hello!) as you pass by.
Although it might seem like Fiji is a country that’s only good for basking on the beach, there are actually plenty of adventurous things to do! Some of the most popular activities include various water sports, such as snorkeling, scuba diving (especially near Beqa Island), kayaking, and surfing.
On the main island, don’t miss the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, which is a lush garden filled with thousands of native plants and orchids, or the Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool, where you can rub healing mud and relax in the mineral pools.
Fijians also love to welcome guests by inviting them to a kava ceremony, where travelers and locals sit together and drink a local delicacy made from kava root. Don’t miss the chance to partake in this traditional ceremony!
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The main draw to visit Uganda is that it’s one of the best places to go trekking with wild mountain gorillas. Being able to spend time with such powerful creatures in their natural habitat is a beautiful experience in itself, not to mention the beautiful landscape of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest where these gorillas call home. Uganda is so much more than gorilla trekking though. The country is home to several national parks, such as Queen Elizabeth National Park where you can see the tree-climbing lions, Murchison Falls National Park to see the beautiful Murchison Falls, and Kibale National Park to witness chimpanzees in their natural habitat.
Make sure to stay at Ndali Lodge when visiting Kibale National Park as its location is breathtaking. The lodge sits on one of the country’s crater lakes and is so beautiful that it’s even featured on Uganda’s 20,000 shilling note. It’s a must-visit during a trip to Uganda.
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Where can I go around the world?
With so many beautiful places to visit around the world, it is almost impossible to run out of ideas. Check out this map we created to see how some of the world’s beautiful places can be found in all corners of the earth. It is pretty fascinating.