The world is a big place, and it’s hard to narrow down your options when you decide to go on a trip. If you’re the type of explorer who likes a bit of an adventure when they go on their travels, then you might be looking for new places that you’ve not seen before. Or maybe you’re looking for countries you’ve visited before but you want a little bit of guidance with regards to seeing the things you might have missed last time. No matter how often you explore the world, there are places that you won’t have seen.
The Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.
One of the best locations for your next adventure would be the Galapagos archipelago. This group of islands could provide the setting you need for a relaxing and sunny adventure in another part of the world. These islands are absolutely beautiful. You might want to check out these tips to choose a Galapagos cruise. Touring the islands in style will really help you to appreciate this stunning place. Make sure you try to visit as many of the islands as possible to get the full experience of the archipelago.
New York, U.S.
America is a great country to visit if you’re looking for an adventure. It’s a vast nation with so many fascinating states to explore, and each state is a huge place to explore in itself. It’s hard to figure out where you should begin when visiting the States. Obviously, you can’t see all of it in one trip. You have to cherry-pick the best parts. Luckily, that’s exactly what has been done in this article. If you’re going to visit the U.S., you should definitely start with the state of New York.
Obviously, NYC is the most popular attraction in the state. New York City is such a huge place that it practically is the state, in many ways. Make sure you visit iconic landmarks such as the Empire State Building for stunning views of the city, Central Park for a relaxing piece of nature in the midst of a concrete jungle, and the Statue of Liberty for an architectural masterpiece. But remember that the state has more to offer than just its world-famous city. Head to the border between the U.S. and Canada to see Niagara Falls. These beautiful waterfalls make New York. NYC is a spectacular city, but you can’t beat the beauty of nature.
North West, England.
Whilst England isn’t often the most popular tourist destination on most people’s “Must See” lists (unless they’re planning on seeing London), you shouldn’t overlook this beautiful country. In particular, the North West region could really impress you. If you’re an explorer who loves stunning natural views, then you’ll certainly be happy with what you find. The Lake District is a natural spectacle; breathtaking mountains, forests, and (obviously) lakes make up this wonderful national park. If you’re looking for lively places to visit, you should explore Manchester. This northern city is often viewed as England’s “second” city, but it’s more exciting than London in many ways. Its skyline grows every year as it tries to inch onto the international stage, and it offers plenty of exciting things to do (escape rooms, shopping at the Arndale, learning about the scientific and cultural significance of the city at MOSI, and so on).