Top 8 Countries To Visit (And Why)

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There’s nothing akin to the experiences you can have when you are traveling the world. These 8 countries are incredibly stunning and each offers its own unique experiences.


If you ever want to climb a glacier in one of the most breathtaking countries in the world, then look no further. The landscape of Iceland is beautiful with volcanic black sand beaches and some of the most epic waterfalls to behold. There is also the possibility of seeing the northern lights if you are there at the right time of year and get lucky.


The Kingdom Of Wonder is home to many ancient temples, most famously the Angkor Wat Complex which is just outside of the small city of Siem Reap in the north-western area of the country. The country is rich with history and many guided tours are available to educate on the often tumultuous history of the Kingdom.


Affectionately known as the Emerald Isle, Ireland has been a favorite destination for many world travelers. The cliffs of Moher in Galway should be one of the destinations on the list with its more than impressive scenery. If you get up to Northern Ireland you can visit the Giant’s Causeway or the Dark Hedges that was featured in the TV Show The Game Of Thrones.


Among the multitude of things to do and see, horse racing is one of the highlights of the sporting world in Australia. If you can get information on The Championships betting tips, for example, you have a better chance of scoring a win during the Sydney Autumn Festival which is one of Australia’s most popular horse racing events.


One of the most ancient civilizations in the world, Egypt is home to the world-famous Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx. That alone should be enough to get you there. However, there are a lot of other things to do while you are there. Perusing the markets is great for an experience as well as visiting the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities.


Thailand is known as the Land of Smiles for good reason. The country is a lot more geographically diverse than you might think. Up north in Chiang Mai is a revered mountain known as Doi Sutep, while down south hosts multiple islands that have been a haven for backpackers.


Italy has spawned many geniuses throughout its history. So, if you are a history buff Italy is the place for you. Rome especially has a prolific history that is well documented. Take yourself to Rome where the colosseum still stands after nearly 2000 years or you can make your way up to Pisa to see the world-famous Leaning Tower. Travel further north and visit Venice while you still can and take a ride on the gondolas.


Even if you don’t speak the language you can experience a great adventure in the country that should no doubt include Chichen Itsa, aside from the cheap tequila and stunning beaches. Diving is a major drawcard for Mexico with Tulum playing host to incredible cenotes that cannot be found anywhere in the world.

Every type of travel offers inspiration so whether you choose one of these countries or something else that holds an appeal for you, the important thing is getting out there to explore the world in the first place.

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