“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine
You don’t want to read only one page, not when there is so much to see and explore out there!
p.s. You can find Part 1 here.
7. Skye & Lochalsh, Scotland
Skye & Lochalsh, on the western coast of northern Scotland, has got a dramatic landscape with miles of beautiful coastline.
When to go: May to September
Must see: Eilean Donan castle
8. Mafia Island, Tanzania
It’s a pretty remote place which might explain its amazing underwater life that would be perfect for the snorkelers and scuba divers.
When to go: Year round
Must see: In the sea
9. Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, a beautiful southern coastal city in the state of Georgia, is all about American history. Beyond the pre-war buildings, Savannah offers a look at the past and present of the American South that is totally captivating.
When to go: September to November, March to June
Must see: Bonaventure Cemetery
10. Kakadu National Park, Australia
Kakadu is located in the Northern Territory, a couple hours’ drive east of the city of Darwin. The park is described as a “living cultural landscape” because the traditional owners, the Bininj/Mungguy, have lived on and cared for this gorgeous landscape for millennia.
When to go: May to October
Must see: The ancient rock art at Nourlangie
11. Svalbard, Norway
Located above the Arctic Circle, Svalbard is part of Norway. The region around the island is home to an estimated 3,000 polar bears — a few hundred more than there are people on Svalbard.
When to go: November to February for Aurora Borealis, May to September for outdoor activities and polar bears
Must see: A polar bear (from a safe distance)
12. Space, The Universe
What can I say, it’s the final frontier.