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Places to visit if you’re up for an adventure.

16 April 2017 - 16:17

Aishath Sajuha

Travel enthusiast, amateur artist and blogger.

Living on the edge is always fun! But it can be memorable if it’s spent with someone else, maybe that’s the reason why Adventurous spirits tend to stick together - For a long time. 

Taking risks and going on an adventure > just travelling. 

This way you’ll get memories that you could cherish forever. Maybe one of you aren’t so comfortable with going over the edge. But that’s the best part - stepping out of the comfort zone. Mountain climbing, hiking or whatever adventurous sports you’re into, here are some destinations that are fit to give you an adventure of a lifetime. 


From the moment you step out of the Indian airport, your adventure is set to begin. Everything about India is an adventure. From driving through the streets of Delhi to practicing Yoga in the Himalayan foothills, India wouldn’t disappoint you. Taj Mahal is a must if you ever visit India. And don’t forget the exotic Indian food – Delicious and exciting. 

Marrakech, Morocco

Hold your loved one’s hand and explore the colorful and tight lanes of the former imperial city, Marrakech is extremely rich in culture and has heaps of traditional markets.

What’s more? Marrakech is the starting point for the Journeys that go into the Sahara, where you can explore the ancient ruins while riding through the desert on camel and end the day with camping under the stars. Is there anything more spectacular than camel trekking in the middle of a Sahara? Absolute goals.

Machu Picchu, Peru

Let’s just take a minute and appreciate this insane view. 

Although you would have to hike all the way to the top of the ancient Inca trail – and it is no joke getting up there. Mainly why it’s one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Plus, you could horse trek the whole trail and take stopovers at amazing lodges. To make it more easily, you can even take a train most the way up, but there is nothing adventurous about it if you do so. So take a few days, experience the Andes just like the native Incas did.

Victoria Falls

Make sure to include Victoria Falls in your bucket list. It is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The view is to die for, quite literally. But it gets better, you are able to swim at the top of Devil’s pool which is a 328-foot drop – Don’t worry you won’t get swept away.

Furthermore while you’re at the falls. Try bungee jumping and also cage diving with the great whites.



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