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The World's Friendliest Country. To all our nomads, jetsetters and quarter-life-crisis adventurers: Some countries are less hospitable to foreign tourists than others.

The World's Friendliest Country

If you’ve been bitten by the wanderlust bug, you should learn where the locals are friendliest to foreigners and which snooty citizens will give you the death stare the moment your plane kisses the runway. 52 global tourist attractions that actually live up to the hype. FOR MANY TRAVELERS, once a place gets hit so much it becomes a “tourist attraction,” it loses much of its attraction.

52 global tourist attractions that actually live up to the hype

Still, there are some places so epic in scale and uniqueness and cultural relevance that even if they’re blown out with other visitors, you still gotta check them out. 1. Yosemite National Park (California, USA) Famed for its wildlife, granite rock structures, and sequoia trees wider than cars, Yosemite National Park spans over 700,000 acres in Northern California and contains 13 different campgrounds. (via, via) 2. La ruta de los "castillo de arena", en Marruecos. The Cave Of Three Bridges. The 250m high Baatara Gorge Waterfall at Tannourine in Lebanon cascades through a limestone cave and three ‘bridges’ formed by millions of years of erosion and rockfalls.

The Cave Of Three Bridges

Mind your step. The edges are slippery. Un paseo por la aldea de película más bonita del mundo (Hobbiton set, Nueva Zelanda) Hace pocos días, pude hacer el tour por el set de filmación de Hobbiton, la aldea Hobbit que está recreada de una forma increíble en una zona rural de Matamata en Nueva Zelanda.

Un paseo por la aldea de película más bonita del mundo (Hobbiton set, Nueva Zelanda)

Tal como en el libro, la locación elegida por Peter Jackson para filmar éste lugar es una zona de colinas, junto a un arroyo, lago y hasta una pradera que parece irreal. Camping info, most likely repost but it was new to me, so maybe it'll be new to you. © gillesvidal - photographe. 20 Places to see in your 20s. TOP 20: 20 Places to See in your 20s 20.

20 Places to see in your 20s

Lantern Festival, Taiwan Here’s a photo you’ve likely seen doing the endless rounds on social media – and it’s little wonder due to the spectacular nature of the photograph, which encapsulates the spirit and wonder of the Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival in Taiwan. 19. Great Wall of China. 29 Surreal Places In America You Need To Visit Before You Die.

If you live in the U.S., you don’t need a passport to see what mother nature has to offer. 1.

29 Surreal Places In America You Need To Visit Before You Die

Too beautiful to be real? 16 surreal landscapes found on Earth. These bizarre locations may seem like a series of elaborate movie sets, but they are real destinations that you might want to see for yourself.

Too beautiful to be real? 16 surreal landscapes found on Earth

Here Are 25 Beautiful Adventures You Should Be Having Right Now. We can’t all be globetrotting secret agents or jet-setters like The Most Interesting Man In The World, but we can definitely plan awesome vacations to take us to some cool places we can have an adventure or two in.

Here Are 25 Beautiful Adventures You Should Be Having Right Now

Here are 20 amazing pictures of equally amazing places that will get your mind wandering, whether you’re sitting at home, at a desk or in traffic. (Click picture for the larger image!) 1. Climbing baobab trees in Morondava, Madagascar 2. 3. 4. This stairway hike is the most dangerous and illegal hike in America. Hey, Led Zeppelin, if you’re still looking to buy a stairway to heaven, I think I found one for you.

This stairway hike is the most dangerous and illegal hike in America

Climbing 3,922 steps up, these winding stairs are located on the island of O’ahu in Hawaii and remain one of the most frequented illegal hikes in the world. The set of stairs, known as the Haiku Stairs, were originally built during World War II as an easy way to traverse up the steep cliffs of the Haiku Valley while constructing radio towers. After the construction of the towers was complete, the stairs didn’t have much use, and ultimately fell into disrepair until around the mid 1950s.

The Coast Guard, hoping to use the island's radio towers to contact submarines, fixed and replaced most of the decaying wooden steps from WWII with new metal steps and ramps. Puentes “vivos” en la India. India – un país de misterios, milagros y la iluminación espiritual.

Puentes “vivos” en la India

Aquí hay algunos puentes que pueden crecer ellos mismos. Los puentes se cultivan en el lugar apropiado – una ciudad Cherapundzhi, que según diversas fuentes, es el lugar más húmedo del planeta. El material para la “construcción” de los puentes que viven son las raíces del árbol de Ficus. Este árbol de hoja perenne puede alcanzar una altura de 30-40 metros. La singularidad de ficus es que tiene un sistema de raíces secundarias – sus raíces crecen hacia fuera.

Huge mirror of the world. In the south of the desert plains of the Altiplano, Bolivia at an altitude of 3,650 m above sea level, lies a dried-up salt lake Salar de Uyuni.Its area is ​​10,582 km ², this is the largest salt marsh in the world. In the rainy season is covered with a thin layer of saline water and turns into a huge mirror. Travel + Leisure Travel Guides and Travel Information. Camping info, most likely repost but it was new to me, so maybe it'll be new to you.