The great outdoors, for some of us it is about serenity, tranquility, nature, cleanliness, peace; and for a lot of millennials it is about having that perfect Instagram sunset or sunrise. Exploring the unknown in India is something that intrigues many of us; for others finding that unique selfie spot is the goal. It really does not matter which category you fit into, we’ve found the best campsites around the world to get away to.
You may consider these international camping destinations for experiences that will change your life.
The island is a short boat ride from Hiroshima, Japan. This is one of the very few year long camping sites, where the weather is conducive for campaign, trekking and exploring. With a lot of temples to visit and many food establishments as well; it’s an experience you won’t soon forget. The best part, waking up and going for a walk with the domesticated deer that populate the island.
Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica
Home to five percent of the worlds’ biodiversity; National Geographic described it as the most “geographically intense” place on Earth. It is safe to say you will experience nature in a completely new way. It is the gem of central American camping.
Yosemite National Park, United States
With over ninety per cent of the park designated to wild life; it means it’s the perfect escape from cell phones, cars, computers and even electricity. It sounds very intimidating, but the experience helps you gain an appreciation for nature and cell phone towers.
The Isle of Arran, Scotland
A beautiful island, full of history. It has been known to be inhabited since before the term ‘history’ came into existence. It has something for everyone, hills, lakes, rivers, seascapes and rugged mountains.
Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
If the concept of a safari is interesting to you, then this is the place for you. This game reserve houses zebras, gazelles, wildebeest from the neighboring Serengeti in Tanzania. You can also hang out with the local Maasai people, who are well known for their distinctive dressing and local customs.
Sahara Desert, Morocco
It is hot and dry, but it is also considered one of the most picturesque locations around the world. Indulge in a camel trek over sand dunes and spend the night under the brilliant Sahara night sky. If you feel adventurous, you can always sand board down the slopes.
Lake Myvatn, Iceland
Do not let the name fool you, the country is not covered in ice; and Lake Myvatn is spectacular in the summer. Gentlemen remember that Iceland has a higher lady population. They outnumber the men 2:1 approximately, so we suggest going with an open-ended return.