Coron is undoubtedly the most surreal and pristine part of Philippines, and, it has to be on your To-Do List for that precise reason! As is with its neighbor, El Nido, Coron has logic-defying natural wonders that make you question reality.
Yellowstone National Park (YNP) has long been described as an au naturale destination ever American (and visitor to the country) should experience once in his or her lifetime. And between the Instagrammable viewsheds and some of the best geo-spotting anywhere on the continent, it’s no wonder why it’s held in such high praise.
Known for its gorgeous beaches, adventure sports, phenomenal nightlife and oh-so-pretty beach shacks, Goa indisputably has to be amongst the first few places to visit in India. Allured by the charm of this place, I packed my bags and boarded the next flight here!
Canyoning is an adrenaline pumping sport which combines the best parts of both rock climbing and often swimming as well. A lot of canyons have water in them, so knowing how to swim is important here.
Fjords have been described as “nature’s own works of art”. They are formed when glaciers retreat, leaving crinkle-cut, u-shaped valleys that are then flooded with seawater. While most people associate fjords with Norway, there are fjords located in places as diverse as Alaska, Greenland, Chile, and New Zealand.
Costa Brava (literally meaning wild or rough coast) is one of the most scenic road trips of Europe. This beautiful coastal region of Catalonia in Spain stretches from the French border to the town of Blanes (60 km northeast of Barcelona).
Rila National Park in Bulgaria ranks among the most popular and sought-after destinations for hiking and trekking enthusiasts. Its ideal location 80 kilometres south of Sofia makes Rila a relatively accessible place with pleasant continental climate that both recreation tourists and sports buffs can enjoy.
With 468 square kilometers, Andorra is one of the smallest countries in the world. It is situated between France and Spain in the Pyrenees region. The official language of this micronation is Catalan yet all the signs have English, Spanish and French as well. Even though Andorra is not part of the European Union, the Euro is used as the…