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This explains why traveling out of your comfort zone will never go out of style. With so many choices, we've narrowed down a list of 10 places for you to visit around the world.
If you're itching for some nice weather and relaxing settings, then Maui, Hawaii is for you. Of course, there are plenty of beaches with beautiful scenery. There are also rainforests you can explore. You can even ride a horse across a volcano in the Haleakala National Park. Don't worry, the volcano is dormant. Maui is known for its top resorts such as Hotel Wailea, Montage Kapalua Bay, Wailea Beach Villas, Kaanapali Alii, Wailea Beach Resort - Marriott, Andaz Maui at Wailea, and many more.
If you're looking to see some of the most beautiful animals in the safari, then look no further. The Masai Mara in Kenya is what you're looking for. Here, you will be able to get a glimpse at the Cape buffalo, lion, leopard, rhinoceros, and elephant. The Masai Mara National Reserve park is quite spacious with 1,500 square kilometers of grassland. July and August are the most popular months to visit Masai Mara. There are other high-profile tourist spots in Kenya as well. You can stop by Tsavo National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Lamu Island, and Lake Naivasha to name a few.
Another addition to the must-go travel destinations is London, England. There are a near-endless amount of things you can do in London. For example, you can visit the Tower of London or the British Museum. There is also Tower Bridge as well as Buckingham Palace. If you're a history buff, then the Natural History Museum is where you'll want to be. Hyde Park is the most spacious open area in London. The London Eye is a sight to beyond if you're willing to ride on the largest observation wheel in England. You may also want to stop by the historic Kew Gardens.
It's the city that never sleeps. New York City residents are used to the bright lights and loud sounds of the city but if you've never been here, it'll feel like a new world. Lady Liberty is waiting for you at the Statue of Liberty. Take your significant other on a romantic stroll through Central Park. There's even an ice rink in Central Park during the winter. There's the Metropolitan Museum of Art if you want to see generations of creativity. If you're a gaming enthusiast, you can also enter Nintendo New York.
If the Statue Of Liberty is the most recognizable sight to foreigners in NYC, then the Eiffel Tower is what will stand out most in Paris. Of course, there are many other tourist attractions in Paris. Seine River Cruises are always relaxing. You can attend concerts inside Sainte-Chapelle. Paris is also the home of some world-renowned cafes. Jardin du Luxembourg is a gorgeous park that is perfect for a romantic outing. The Centre Pompidou is most known for the National Museum of Modern Art.
There are few countries that are recognized for being quite as serene as Japan. Make no mistake about it, however, Tokyo is lively. Many places have their landmark sight for tourists. In Japan, that landmark is Tokyo Tower. You can also take a trip to the Tokyo Dome for special events like concerts and the special Wrestle Kingdom two-day event that occurs once a year. One can't ignore the famous Tokyo National Museum either. Ueno Park is where you'll want to be during the spring and summer seasons. For a more traditional Japanese experience, you can take a tour of Senso-Ji Temple.
Dubai is a hotbed for tourists. The Dubai Aquarium is great for the whole family. Many sea creatures are in this aquarium. You can even go shark diving if you're feeling brave along with cage snorkeling. Dubai is known for its many wonderful sights and Jumeirah Beach is one of them. More of a winter activities kind of person? Visit Sky Dubai inside the Mall of the Emirates. It doesn't hurt to go shopping and pick up some food inside the mall either.
They say Rome wasn't built in a day but we say the wait was worth it. From the Colosseum to the Pantheon, there are a ton of historic landmarks in Rome. Piazza Navona is a sight to behold if you're a fan of ancient Roman statues. You can also go on the Rome Segway Tour, which is three hours and an audio history lesson as you go through the areas.
If we had a dollar for every person that has the Grand Canyon on their bucket list, we'd be rich. It's by far the most historic area in Arizona. It is a whopping 277 miles long. Grand Canyon National Park is the home of the Geological Museum. You can also go hiking at the Bright Angel Hike.
Last but not least, we have Peru. You will be dazzled by the Machu Picchu setting. You can also take a hike on the Inca Trail. For more beautiful sights, take a trip to the Sacred Valley.