10 Places you should visit this year

Long sandy beaches, archaeological sites where you can feel the spirit of the old civilizations, volcano islands, mountains are some of the vocation suggestions we gonna offer in this article. We know that always the first problem are the money [we have the same problem:)] but if you are financially ready, you gonna find these suggestions very useful for your plans.

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  • 1. Abel Tasman National Park – New Zealand

Stunning beaches, intriguing shapes of the stones and turquoise water attracts more than 150,000 visitors a year. Abel Tasman is the smallest of the 14 national parks in New Zealand. Covered with natural bushes and tangled paths that are surrounded with green and blue scenery, while under the feet you can feel the warmth of the golden sand. Besides the beautiful scenery, the area offers many activities such as canoeing, hiking, diving, cruising etc..

  • Abel Tasman National Park is a national park located at the north end of the South Island of New Zealand. The park was founded in 1942, largely through the efforts of ornithologist and author Perrine Moncrieff to have land reserved for the purpose. Wikipedia


  • 2. The Puja festival – Sri Lanka

A long line of lights illuminates the path to the mountain top called Adam during the Puja fair, held in the central highlands of Sri Lanka.The Central Highlands were recently added to the list of UNESCO for protected national treasures.


  • 3. Virunga Mountains – East Africa 

The African Virunga massif is most appropriate example of the creative, and the destructive nature of volcanoes. Creating border between Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, the chain of 8 active volcanoes is one of the largest volcanic regions in the world.


  • 4. Peru

There are many reasons to visit Peru. They include a visit to Machu Picchu and exploring the ancient remains of the city, adoration of the rarest birds that exist in the world or review the deepest canyons on Earth.

You can read more about Machu Picchu in our articles about the 8 MYTHICAL DESTINATIONS in the World


  • 5. Khövsgöl Province – Mongolia

Khövsgöl is the northernmost of the 21 aimags of Mongolia. The name is derived from Lake Khövsgöl. Wikipedia

  • Lake Khövsgöl, also referred to as Khövsgöl dalai or Dalai Eej is the largest fresh water lake in Mongolia by volume, and second largest by area. Khövsgöl Nuur is nicknamed “Younger sister of the Sister Lakes”.Wikipedia
  • Mongolia is a landlocked country in East and Central Asia. It borders Russia to the north and the Inner Mongolia region of China to the south, east and west. Ulan Bator, the capital and largest city, is home to about 45% of the population. Wikipedia
  • Mongolia is divided into 21 Provinces (Mongolianаймаг, often translated as aimags. Each aimag is subdivided into several districts. The name aimagis derived from the Mongolian word for “tribe“. The modern provinces were established since 1921. The capital, Ulaanbaatar, is governed as an independent provincial municipality separate from Töv Province, inside which it is located.


  • 6. Dresden, Germany

The Golden Age of Dresden was in the year 1700, when the Saxon king spent a fortune to turn the town into the “Florence on the Elbe”. But during the Second World War, after the British and American bombing, most of the city was destroyed. But after 70 years, the city resurrected and become top tourist destination in Germany.
Feature of this city is Frauenkirche – Catholic church or as it is called “Church of Our Lady.” It is a baroque masterpiece of the 11th century, and in 2005 it was completely restored. Today it rises above carefully reconstructed historical center which is home to several world museums such as “Albertanium”, the “Old Masters Picture Gallery”, as well as the unforgettable Museum of Science and Culture with unusual name “German Hygiene Museum”.

  • Dresden is the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. It is situated in a valley on the River Elbe, near the Czech border. The Dresden conurbation is part of the Saxon Triangle metropolitan area with 2.4 million inhabitants. Wikipedia


  • 7. Northern Columbia

The Beautiful beaches in the national park Tayrona aro one of the main landmarks of North Columbia. But what makes this country special attraction for tourists is the archaeological city so called “Hidden City” (Ciudad Perdida). Until 35 years ago this city was known only to the local tribes. Then he was discovered by scouts of gold, but until recently remained hidden in the rugged wilderness inhabited by violent soldiers. Today the cleared mountain terraces shine as green beacons highlighting the rebirth of the country as a tourist destination on the crossroads between the Caribbean and South America.

  • The Tayrona National Natural Park is a protected area in the Colombian northern Caribbean region and within the jurisdiction of the Department of Magdalena and 34 kilometres from the city of Santa Marta. Wikipedia


  • 8. Muskoka, Canada

Muskoka is a huge area in Canada, located north of Toronto. It includes 1,600 amazing lakes, thundering waterfalls, pure granite cliffs, aromatic pine forests and dense maple forests that in fall are shining with golden color … all wrapped in clean and fresh air. Muskoka area is with the size of a small country in Europe, and the most famous place in this area is lake town Muskoka town which is located on the most famous lake in this area, Lake Muskoka.

  • The District Municipality of Muskoka, more generally referred to as the District of Muskoka, Muskoka, though not as “the Muskokas”, is a Regional Municipality located in Central Ontario, Canada. Wikipedia


  • 9. London

The capital of England, London has a lot to show. Among the Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, Westminster Palace and many other sites, now you can also visit the City Hall as one of the newer features of London.


  •  10. Zermatt, Switzerland 

Zermatt is a municipality in the district of Visp in the German-speaking section of the canton of Valais in Switzerland. It has a population of about 5,800 inhabitants. Wikipedia