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50 Top Destinations

We are COUNTING DOWN the top “50 Incredible Destinations” to visit in 2015/6. We start at #50 and every week we add the next destination. By June 30, 2016 we will reach the #1 spot. See these top 50 destinations in the December 2014 issue of Globerovers Magazine.
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#1 – Salar de Uyuni, BOLIVIA

July 3, 2015

Salar de Uyuni in southern Bolivia ranks #1 in the 2014 Top 50 Destinations of Globerovers Magazine. Its an incredible part of our planet! Get a 4-wheel drive vehicle with a good driver and explore the area for 4 or 5 days. Basic accommodation is available but when nature is so stunning, who cares about luxury accommodation. Get close to nature in southern Bolivia. Its awesome! [MORE...]

#2 – Galapagos Islands, ECUADOR

June 29, 2015

Located 900 km (560 mi) west of continental Ecuador, the Galápagos Islands (Islas Galápagos) contributed to the inception of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. Today the Galápagos is sadly getting overrun by tourists. Take an 8 day boat and cruise around several islands. Most cruising is at night which leaves the daytime to explore the islands on foot. If you are a lover of nature and animals, you will have a wonderful time! [MORE...]

#3 – Svalbard Islands, NORWAY

June 20, 2015

If you ever fancied being truly on top of the world but just can't make it all the way to the North Pole, then settle for Svalbard. These Norwegian islands are just a stone throw away from the North Pole and a great place to see polar bears roaming. Mid winter offers surreal darkness while the fringes of winter showcases the stunning snow and ice covered landscapes packed with adventure, such as polar bear spotting by dog sled or snow mobile. However, the best time to see polar bears are in summer when they congregate around the ice fields in search of leopard seals. [MORE...]

#4 – Himalayas and Mount Everest, NEPAL

June 12, 2015

Trekking around the Himalayas is an incredible experience. Whether you explore the Indian, Pakistan or Nepal regions, its an incredible experience to hike higher and higher into the mountains. In Nepal, start your journey by flying from Kathmandu to Lukla and then hike far up to Gokyo Ri (5,357 m) from where you cross over the dreaded Cho La Pass (5,330m) and then over and up to Everest Basecamp (5,364 m). Hike up to Kala Patthar (5,643 m) for a fantastic view of Mount Everest (if not covered in clouds). [MORE...]

#5 – Goifulhafehendhu Atol, MALDIVES

June 8, 2015

We are all looking for paradise on earth. I thought I found it in Thailand. Then I thought I found it in the Philippines. Then in Okinawa Islands, Japan, then at Perhentian Islands, Malaysia and then at the Great Barrier in Australia. But eventually I found paradise on earth at the Maldives Island. Most specifically, I found the best is at Goifulhafehendhu Atoll which is part of the Baa Atoll. This is really paradise on earth! [MORE...]

#6 – Perito Moreno Glacier, ARGENTINA

June 2, 2015

Perito Moreno Glacier, located in the Los Glaciares National Park of Argentina's southern Patagonia region is not only one of the world's biggest glaciers, it is also one of the most accessible (being not high up in the mountains), and it is also one of the few glaciers in the world which is not currently retreating. But, most of all, it is arguably the most impressive and stunningly most beautiful glacier on this planet. [MORE...]

#7 – Machu Picchu Ruins, PERU

May 29, 2015

Machu Picchu, the 15th-century Inca citadel located 2,430 metres above sea level on a mountain ridge above Peru's Sacred Valley is on the must-do list of most travellers. This is for a very good reason as visiting Machu Picchu is a surreal experience. But, don't take the bus or train with the fat ladies and the bald uncles - take the long long hike (2-3 days) via the ancient Inka Trail to arrive high above the Machu Picchu riuns at sunrise. Its absolutely amazing and a hike you will never ever forget. [MORE...]

#8 – Jailoos and Glacial Lakes, KYRGYZSTAN

May 25, 2015

Kyrgyzstan offers the pinnacle of tranquility - for those who seek it and go the extra mile or ten to find and enjoy it. Jailoos - green pastures with yurts - abound around the mountains and glacial lakes. Hike high into the Terskey Alatau mountain range in the Ak-Suu District of the Issyk Kul Province from Karakul via Ala-Kul Lake to Altyn Arashan for some awesome views of lakes and glaciers. [MORE...]

#9 – Ancient Temples of Bagan, MYANMAR / BURMA

May 18, 2015

In central-western Myanmar lies the well preserved ruins of many ancient temples built around the 11th to 13th centuries. Spent 2 to 3 days among these ruins and adore them from the outside as well as the interesting frescos on the inside. It is one of Asia's greatest treasures and compares well to Cambodia's Ankor Wat and Indonesia's Borobudur. [MORE...]

#10 – Wadi Rum and Petra City, JORDAN

May 8, 2015

In southern Jordan lies the dry desert of Wadi Rum and the ancient rock carved city of Petra. Spend a full day or two around the city of Petra and then another 2 or 3 days staying in a large bedouin tent in the desert. Its a part of the world you will never ever forget! [MORE...]

#11 – Okinawa’s Zamami Island, JAPAN

May 4, 2015

To the far south of Japan, just north of Taiwan, lies the tropical islands of Okinawa. Take a ferry to Zamami Island and the most beautiful Furuzamami beach. The waters and the island are supreme. Go snorkelling for an incredible view of the abundant sea life around the islands. [MORE...]

#12 – Kazbegi, GEORGIA

April 29, 2015

In the far north of Georgia, in the Caucasus Mountains just south of the Chechen Republic, Russia, sits a 14th-century church above the village of Kazbegi (2,200) - also known as Stepantsminda. It has become a symbol of Georgia for its photogenic hilltop setting with the majestic Mount Kazbek rising behind it. A rough and steep circuitous 6 km motor track leads up to the church from the nearby village, however, hike the shortcut for an incredible experience. [MORE...]

#13 – Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, USA

April 25, 2015

Kilauea Volcano, located on the Big Island of Hawaii, USA, is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. The best way to experience the power, and beauty, of the volcano is to take a helicopter trip over the craters and lave fields and then to go walk right where the action is. Don't get too close to the craters and "skylights" as volcanoes are unpredictable! [MORE...]

#14 – Kulusuk Village, GREENLAND

April 19, 2015

The small settlement of Kulusuk on the southeastern side of Greenland is remote, beautiful, and a rather lonely place on earth. With just a couple of colourful houses and a few husky dogs laying around, the village is home to Greenland's Inuit people. Come in the summer and enjoy the views of drifting icebergs. [MORE...]

#15 – Shibam Hadhramaut, YEMEN

April 15, 2015

Located in the centre of Yemen, in the Hadhramaut Valley, "Shibam Hadhramaut" is justifiably described as “the oldest skyscraper city in the world” or “the Manhattan of the desert”, and is one of the oldest examples of city planning based on the principle of vertical construction. The city has some of the tallest mud buildings in the world, with some of them over 30 m (100 ft) high. Don't visit any time soon, but once the civil war is over, its a great destination to explore! [MORE...]

#16 – Mayan Ruins of Tikal, GUATEMALA

April 5, 2015

In the far northeast of Guatemala, not too far from the Mexico and Belize borders, rises the remnants of an ancient civilisation which flourished between 200 and 850 A.D. but was then abandoned. Arrive before sunrise, carefully climb the stairs of one of the many temples, and wait for the sun to rise over the jungle. Most likely spider monkeys and toucans will entertain you. Listen to the howler monkeys and other subtle noises of the jungle. At some point in the past, up to 90,000 people lived here during a dynasty which spanned at least 33 rulers. [MORE...]

#17 – Corcovado National Park, COSTA RICA

March 20, 2015

Along the southwest Pacific coast of Costa Rica, on the Osa Peninsula, lies one of the most remote national parks of the Americas. The Corcovado National Park is hard to reach but once you arrived you never want to leave. You will find pristine waters and jungle, and look out for ample wildlife including the endangered Baird's tapir, the American crocodile and spectacled caiman, the jaguar, ocelot, margay, jaguarundi, puma, two-toed and three-toed sloth, collared peccary, northern tamandua and the silky anteater. Among the monkeys you will spot the Central American squirrel monkey, white-faced capuchin, mantled howler, and Geoffroy's spider monkey. [MORE...]

#18 – Ancient Monasteries, ARMENIA

March 20, 2015

Armenia is probably best known for its many monasteries, churches and cathedrals dating back to between the 11th and 13th centuries. While most of them are fairly deserted and open for free visits, some are still active with serving priests and monks. [MORE...]

#19 – Glaciers and Ice-Caps, ICELAND

March 5, 2015

Iceland is known for its majestic glaciers ad icecaps. Take a snow mobile and drive around on them or just go for a walk with a qualified and well equipped guide. These massive ice structures won't be around for long. [MORE...]

#20 – Kaluts of the Desert, IRAN

February 27, 2015

The Kaluts in the vast Dasht-e Lut desert lies just 56 m above sea level and is one of the hottest and most spectacular places on earth. At 150 km north of the town of Kerman, its a pleasant drive to the baking temperatures of the desert. Go run around and enjoy the hot sand! [MORE...]
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