If you are bored with the same old tourist traps and are longing for something other than the well-trodden beaches and cities that everyone seems to have visited, then maybe it is time for you to find something more exciting? There is a whole world out there to see, and you don’t just have to go and visit all of the most famous postcard destinations, sometimes it can be exciting to go and try something a bit more unconventional.
Visit The Extremities Of The World In Antarctica
If you are after something a bit different, why not take a trip to the very bottom of the world on an Antarctica cruise? If you want to see, colonies of penguins congregating or pass by the marvelous whales. You will need to pick the right time of the year to visit, as there will only be a few months when the cold weather does not get too much to bear.
If you fancy really having a very different holidaying experience, you can even camp outside so that you get the full Antarctica experience.
See Ancient Ruins In Albania
Once a part of the Soviet block, Albania was held back by communism for decades. This beautiful country has so much to offer, yet the world seems to forget about it. Facing out toward the Mediterranean sea, Albania has everything from history to gorgeous beaches. Take a trip up into the mountains to Butrint and see the stunning UNESCO world heritage site. Home to the ancient Greeks and later the Romans, Butrint is one of the most important archaeological in the area and is home to a complex of ruins and artifacts.
Find Out Where Evolution Sprung From In The Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos Islands are famous for two things, giant tortoises, and is the place where Charles Darwin first found evidence of evolution. With such a wide diversity of animal life across nearly sixty islands, you can just spend hours enjoying nature.
If island hopping is your thing, then you will have a great time in these pacific islands as there are so many different places to move around between.
Visit The Magical Islands Of The Azores
This chain of volcanic islands in the Atlantic ocean is owned by Portugal. With stunning scenery consisting of mountains, tea plantations, vineyards, and green pastures lined with blue hydrangeas, the Azores may well be like nowhere you have ever visited.
See The Northern Lights
One of the most amazing natural phenomena that you are likely ever to see is the Northern Lights. There are several ways of seeing these, but one of the best ways would be to take a cruise that takes in Norway, Sweden, or Finland. An alternative might also be to take a holiday in Iceland. The best time to see the Aurora Borealis is between September and April. Make sure you have your camera to hand and that you are ready to take in the spectacle of this unforgettable life experience.