The common feature of these unique lands, which rank first in travel trend reports, is that you can see the deep blue vastness of the sky from everywhere.
We can call Mongolia the country of vast lands stretching into the sky. The appeal of this wild and rugged country to travelers is currently one of the most talked about topics in the travel world. As for the question of what to do in these untouched lands that have not yet been discovered by crowds of tourists… Whether it is driving in the windy steppes or riding horses towards the distant horizon of the Gobi Desert, Mongolia is waiting for us to leave our fast lives aside, slow down, switch off and breathe. In addition to the steppes where you can trace Genghis Khan, the cosmopolitan capital Ulan Bator will help you discover the traditions of the country, unique Buddhist temples, world-famous eagle hunting festivals, and authentic villages and tents where you can experience the still-existing ethnic nomadic culture are enough to get to know this extraordinary country closely.
Sri Lanka, which struggled with internal unrest for a while, has finally found its balance. Sri Lanka, one of the most beautiful island countries of Southeast Asia, promises great riches in its small surface area. While the capital Colombo fascinates with its colonial atmosphere and unique gastronomy scene, you can explore the lush plantations that provide tea to the world, silk beaches and national parks that provide a safari experience with their wildlife, during your tour of the country with authentic train journeys. Udawalawe National Park is the place where you can go on safari to see the unique Asian elephants and Yala National Park to see the endangered leopards. Of course, tea is one of the most valuable assets of the country.
Everyone has heard of the famous teas of the country formerly known as Ceylon. Hill Country in the Haputale Mountains is known as the place where Sir Thomas Lipton, who created the world’s most famous tea brand in this country, founded his empire. While the ancient city of Galle, which was colonized by the Dutch in 1663, fascinates with its historical atmosphere, those who want to surf in turquoise waters should head towards the beaches of Arugam Bay. Sri Lanka also produces the world’s highest quality cinnamon. Those who want to see this rich and fragrant world closely can visit Ganduwa Island on Koggala Lake.
Pack your bags for a long trip; we are crossing the hemisphere in 2024! As of this year, New Zealand is no longer a place to miss. The fantastic-looking natural landscapes that set the stage for the “Lord of the Rings” movies are too beautiful to remain in the background. In short, this year New Zealand is one of the top destinations for those looking for different experiences.
From extraordinary dance performances by indigenous Māori people to epic national parks, it can be difficult to decide what to do in New Zealand. That’s why, you should spare at least 10 days to explore this magical island country. You can spend your days experiencing the urban energy of the country’s colorful cities of Auckland and the capital Wellington, participating in outdoor adventures around Queenstown, tasting the country’s unique wines in Central Otago, or trying to spot the endemic kiwi bird on Stewart Island. The famous South Island is waiting to give you a real “Lord of the Rings” experience with its lakes, glaciers and mountains.
When it comes to a honeymoon or romantic holiday abroad, couples’ first choice is often familiar island destinations such as the Maldives, Bali and Seychelles. However, there are many tropical island countries to explore in our world. Tahiti, one of the paradise countries of French Polynesia, is one of them. With 188 islands to explore, the country’s lesser-known spots such as Huahine, Taha’a, Fakarava and Raiatea offer an unforgettable experience for those who want to spend a honeymoon away from everyone and everything. Life here is very colorful, from the blue waters to the tropical vegetation and corals beneath the waves. During your Tahiti holiday, you can swim with humpback whales, taste the unique dishes of Polynesian cuisine inspired by French cuisine, stay in resorts with overwater bungalows, and of course, have an unforgettable holiday where you can engage in many water sports, including surfing and diving.
Did you know that you can add a perfect sea holiday to a unique wildlife experience in Mozambique, one of the countries in Africa that has been introduced to international tourism in recent years? Gorongosa National Park, which has recently become a favorite of tourism investors, will witness the opening of luxury safari camps in 2024 and will help Mozambique become one of the leading safari destinations such as Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa. After a few days of safari holiday in Gorongosa National Park, you can move on to the country’s unique beaches on the Indian Ocean coast. Because the archipelago off the coast of Mozambique promises its guests a pristine sea holiday with its magnificent waters and underwater riches. Among these magical islands, the Quirimbas Archipelago, called the continent’s largest marine park, stands out, while the Bazaruto Archipelago and the untouched Benguerra Island will be among the destinations frequently preferred by honeymoon couples in 2024.