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The 5 Destinations You Have to Visit in Your 20’s

Going on adventure's, spontaneous or not, are great opportunities to explore different destinations, cultures and aspects of the world that you never could have imagined.

Especially in you're 20's when you have a lot of energy and drive - travelling is a MUST. It allows you to create some life long memories, to meet new people and to simply enlighten yourself. There's nothing more eye opening than a trip to a destination or culture you've never been exposed to before.

I myself am on my way to a very spontaneous adventure in t-minus 4 days, so this article is not only super insightful but also very fitting. Keeping in mind your time restrictions from work and financial constraints, we've picked out the top 5 destinations to visit when in your 20’s. So, lets take a look:

The Turquoise Coast- Turkey’s inbuilt treasure

The 300 mile long Turkish coastline, situated in the middle of both Antalya and Marmaris is an absolute vision for the eyes. The glittering blue and sunshine filled ambience has been a top pick for many holiday makers.

Travelers can take on an experience like no other as they reside in stunningly chic resorts while taking a tour through the picture perfect villages. The magic that comes with this breathtaking region is beyond what words can possibly describe. To say the least, it’s a breath of fresh air from the world’s menace.

Source: https://www.fly4free.com/flight-deals/europe/holiday-on-turkish-riviera-flights-from-vienna-7-night-stay-in-a-well-rated-hotel-for-e95-each/

Andaman Islands

The rich sights and sounds of wildlife surround the rainforests and pure white sand beaches located in the captivating Andaman Islands. The sea portrays a fascinating hue of blue and while it may seem one is recollecting memories from the Mauritius Islands; the Andaman beauty is a jewel of India.

This gorgeous destination present at the Bay of Bengal is surrounded by seamless coral and the best part being, its underdevelopment and restriction of fishing activities in the region. The end result you may ask is preservation of the world’s natural habitat in a manner second to none.

Travelers can soak up the sun and enjoy their luxurious stay at a beautiful beachside resort while they take tours of the thrilling mangrove forests and undergo underwater photography sessions. What a sheer treat indeed!

Source: https://blog.thomascook.in/andaman-islands-2/

St Helena

Considered as one of the world’s most remote islands, St Helena is a destination worth exploring for all the right reasons. Located around 2000 km west of the stunning African continent, the magical destination is clad with fern forests, striking rocky shores, thrilling volcanic plains and home to thousands of wildlife species.

Experienced divers can take full advantage of the region’s unmapped marine species, while they swim past a total of 8 wreck sites and become enchanted to some of the world’s most unique fish species. And in case you’re lucky enough to arrive in June or December, a site of the humpback whales cruising offshore is inevitable and the appearance of whale sharks in March is a striking discovery indeed.

Source: https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/top10facts/578692/Top-10-facts-about-St-Helena

The Croatian Coast

Young travelers can enjoy the splendid Adriatic Coast in the Croatian region in all its glory. The trip begins with serene views at Dubrovnik, followed by laid back heartwarming spots in areas such as Rovinj, Makarska, and the fascinating Kornati Islands.

Good food, great wine, dazzling hangout spots and a whole lot of welcoming smiles await you in the Croatian Coastal region. It’s surely a treat for the eyes and relaxation for the soul.

Source: http://blog.insightvacations.com/a-guide-to-the-beautiful-croatian-coastline/


Hustling and bustling with cultural flair, Morocco is a budget friendly and simple to move around destination worth a visit. Great for the young adventurous blood, the journey begins in Casablanca and then a train ride to Fez, finally moving on to the stunning resorts at Marrakesh and a friendly stop for some fresh seafood at Essaouira. And if that wasn’t enough, head on over to the desert for some real adventure.

Source: https://www.internationaltraveller.com/city-guide-to-rabat-morocco/

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