By Sarah Pritchard
Getting lost is A-OK when it’s in one or all of these places. So next time you pick up your passport, put these on your list…
1. Christiania, the ‘free town’ – Copenhagen
A self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood of about 850 residents in Copenhagen. Meditation and Yoga are popular here along with their famous theatre group ‘Solvognen.’ Famous for its main drag, known as ‘Pusher Street.’
2. Isle of Skye – Scotland
Connected to Scotland’s north face via a bridge, this small island is nothing but beautiful.
3. Tombstone Mountains, Yukon Territory – Cananda
The territorial park is name due to its resemblance to a grave marker – the park provides numerous camping and hiking trips to see some of the most beautiful views.
4. Plitvice Lakes – Croatia
Located high up in the mountains, you could spend days walking around the beautiful lakes of Plitvice. With many different waterfalls and lakes to take pictures of you could be there for hours.
5. Waitomo Glow Worm Caves – New Zealand
North island of New Zealand, known for its population of Arachnocampa luminosa, a glowworm species found exclusively in New Zealand.
6. Pongour Falls – Vietnam
One of the most famous waterfalls of its province with man-made pathways and landscaped gardens, it is very popular for visits.
7. Blue Mountains – Australia
A large national park in the middle of New South Wales with miles and miles of mountain-scape and waterfalls, more than one day is needed to see this beauty.