Declared a UNSECO World Heritage Site, Galapagos is nearing its 50th anniversary as a national park. The place is a haven for wildlife lovers, where you can spot marine iguanas, sea lions, and many more of the species Charles Darwin has discovered, on the daily.
This East African country boasts national parks with lions, crocodiles, mountain gorillas, and many more. Aside from its just-right climate, which reaches about 27 degrees celcius, on the average, Rwanda is fast becoming a forward-developing nation, with WIFI-powered buses and efficient travel measures.
Six of Portugal’s 28 Michelin stars can be found in Lisbon—and that’s already enough to convince you to visit. Serving as a backdrop to your indulgent dinners are Lisbon’s Mediterranean skies, pastel-painted houses, and the majestic Sintra mountain range.
Pyeongchang, South Korea
The city is best visited in winter for all its skiing and snow-covered glory. All year round, you’ll enjoy its limitless soju and world-class beef, the Buddhist temples and picturesque mountains, and most of all, the rejuvenating jjimjilbang sessions or the famous Korean bath saunas. Pyeongchang is currently host of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
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