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Love To Travel? Here’s A List Of Places You Must Visit At Least Once

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There are many places out there in the world to visit, but there is not a person in this world who has time to visit all of them. S So, unfortunately, you have to choose which destinations are worth it. It can be quite hard when it comes to choosing between equally stunning places. This list will make it much easier for you to decide where to go on your next vacation, here is a list of places you must visit once in your life.

1.   New Zealand

It is known that anyone who visits New Zealand falls in love with it right away. For starters, it is not hard to get your visa to visit New Zealand, which is a huge advantage. There are many activities that you and your travel partners can enjoy such as bungee jumping in Queenstown, kayaking, abseiling, and jet boating. In addition, there are some magnificent landscapes you will love looking at and admiring their beauty. These landscapes include mountain rangers, glowworm caves, glaciers, and majestic landscapes. You can also learn about new cultures by visiting this country. New Zealand is one of the few countries that keep and honor its culture and isn’t in any way trying to change it. Their extraordinary culture is presented everywhere in the country, in TV programs, in the streets, and in interactions that happen every day. Lastly, New Zealand is a safe place to go where you can comfortably walk around at night.

2.   Washington DC

Washington DC is considered one of the most visited cities in the US, and surely there are reasons for that. The USA’s capital is full of history and has breathtaking scenery. You can learn about all of that including its monuments, many outstanding buildings, and memorials by going on the Old Town Trolley Tour. Adding to that, there are so many museums that are free to the public to visit. You could spend a day going from one museum to another, from the Air and Space Museum to the National Museum of American History and many more. If you live in New York, you can easily take advantage of how close DC is to New York- it is just one day from New York and you can visit all these places whenever you feel like it. Also, you can go to the National zoo there. It is known as one of the world’s best zoos.  If you are curious about what they offer to gain that title, this zoo has 163 areas that you could tour and enjoy.

3.   Thailand

Thailand is one of Southeast Asia’s most popular spots. It is well known for its culture and its welcoming people. All visitors are welcomed by the locals warmly and respectfully.  All their interactions with the local people are friendly as they are known to be some of the most friendly people on earth. Moreover, they are widely known for their food. Thailand has many dishes that are full of strong and tasty elements. You will eat the most delicious meals of your life there and get to know their culture through their food. Also, if you are a fan of spices then this is your place. You can go there for the food festivals they have.  Actually, there are people who plan a whole vacation just to attend one of these festivals.

It can be quite interesting to be a part of such an event, especially if you have never attended one. Furthermore, you could visit the many temples they have.  With over 40,000 Buddhist temples across the country, at least one will undoubtedly capture the attention of visitors.  These temples reflect a lot of information and knowledge about the country, and they can be educational for you and your travel partners if you are interested.  Last but not least, with all the things mentioned that the country offers and others, it is considered a budget-friendly country. Airlines and tickets are cheap and various kinds of transportation are easily accessible, so you do not have to pay a lot of money for transportation.

In conclusion, there are many countries that would be worth your money and time. All you need to do is to search for what the place offers including the activities, transportation, accommodation, and most importantly, check if it is safe to travel there.

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Written by Chelsy Ranard

Chelsy is a writer from Montana who is now living in Boise, Idaho. She graduated with her journalism degree in 2012 from the University of Montana. She loves embarrassing television, listens to talk radio, and likes her cat more than she likes most people even if the feeling isn’t mutual.

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