If all you’re doing is going to the same sort of all-inclusive holiday breaks, then you really are missing out on a world full of wonders. We only have one life to see as much of this world as we can, and to experience all that it has to offer. So why spend it soaking up the sun and barely leaving the confines of the hotel. Now is the time to think about the true adventures that you could have. Ones that get you up and moving, because you simply can’t afford to go to such places and soak up the sun. From countries rich in natural beauty to ones that are swimming in centuries worth of history, you need to try and hit them all. But we know a lot of you will be put off by money, but when you do your research, you’ll find out that the destinations we’re going to list today are not actually as expensive as they seem! All you have to do is put that sense of adventure inside of you, take on board some of the locations that we’re going to talk about today, and see where your next booking takes you!
The Land Down Under
This is one of those places in the world that everyone is desperate to get to, but only a select few people are actually making it there, simply because it’s a rather expensive part of the world to visit. The flights and travel time is usually huge, and the accommodation isn’t the cheapest either. Unless you want to stay in hostels of course. When you think about travelling to Australia, you’re going to have to think about all of the places that you want to visit. You won’t be able to touch all of the hotspots in one trip, but you will be able to tick off a fair few if you plan it outright. Going out of the summer season is usually wise. It won’t be rainy and horrible if you go just outside of summer, and the prices of travel will usually be a lot less.
Easily one of the most beautiful parts of the world that doesn’t get enough credit when it definitely should do. The Galapagos Islands are found on the Pacific island, and boy would you be in for a wildlife treat if you were to go. When there, we’d highly recommend taking a Galapagos cruise, to make sure that you’re getting the most out of these beautiful islands as you possibly can do. The climate is very hot due to it being so close to the equator, so make sure you pick a time of year to go that you’re going to find comfortable.
Bali is one of the best parts of the world to visit if you’re looking for a country that’s dripped in religion, history, and beautiful landscapes. It’s not even that expensive to travel to either, with meals being so cheap whilst you’re out there as well. We would definitely recommend going for two weeks, spending half of the time relaxing, half of the time doing something that Bali has to offer.
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