1. INCA TRAIL, PERU

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Inca Trail is the most famous and most popular trek in the world by a fair distance of 24 miles. More specifically, this trek is situated in Peru and terminates right at Machu Pichu. the latter trek is made of three trails, namely Mollepata, Classic, and finally One day.

This four-day Inca Trail is walked by thousands of travelers each and every year. It is a unique and unforgettable experience and opportunity for travelers to explore the true meaning of the beauty of nature at their unfettered best.

Before you ever step your feet in Inca trail, make sure you have a permit as the government has restricted the daily number of people accessing the trail.

Inca Trail is also considered the best hiking experiences in South America that will take you on a scenic route where you will closely admire the breathtaking views of snowy mountain peaks, distant rivers, the stupendous cloud forests that are flushing with orchids while crossing the Andes mountain range and sections of the Peruvian jungle and rainforest.

This unforgettable and mystical hike culminates in the majestic Aztec ruins of Machu Picchu. This image of Maccha Picchu through the famous Sun Gate will be engraved in your memory and will definitely live there longer.

If you weren’t lucky to get the permit, then consider taking other routes, namely Lares Valley and Salkantay routes.

2. KILIMANJARO, TANZANIA

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For those who are dreaming for a grand wilderness adventure and seeking some peace and quiet where they can contemplate the toughest physical challenge they might ever face in one of the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, then, Kilimanjaro is the perfect walk to take.

Kilimanjaro or Kili is considered to be the highest peak in Africa and more precisely in northern Tanzania in East Africa, not really far from the border to Kenya. It is a serious week-long undertaking and a must challenge to include in the to-do-list of serious mountaineers and outdoor enthusiasts.

The Mount Kili has several routes that vary in terms of length, difficulty, and scenery.
but no matter what treck you finally decide to take, you will be literally amazed and bewildered by the allure of wildlife with monkeys, buffalo, and leopards that are occasionally spotted in the lower rainforest zone. It is just an unforgettable experience that only a few tend to live.