The team at Mountain Designs are encouraging all wanderlust home-stayers to begin planning their post-COVID 19 adventure. We've got the next holiday destination covered for travellers, with a list of the top 10 travel destinations to add to your post COVID-19 adventures.
Please see our full guide attached below outlining some amazing travel destinations including: Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain (pictured)
Not only is this beautiful island filled with some of the most scenic hiking trails, but it is also home to some vibrant coral reefs where you can snorkel in amongst the fish and even hand feed them on Ned's Beach.
The Nepal Annapurna Circuit, located in the Nepalese Himalayas, is home to some of the world's most treacherous mountain ranges. With snow-kissed summits, lush green forestry and picture-perfect landscapes, the Nepalese Himalayas are the perfect getaway for any adventure-seeker looking for a bit of an endurance challenge for their next trip.
Milford Sound has been described as the "eighth world wonder of the world", by Rudyard Kipling. Milford Sound is located on the South Island of New Zealand, and is known for its picturesque sceneries. These sceneries include sky-high mountain peaks that emerge from pristine, glassy, blue waters. This beautiful region is best explored via a boat tour, where you can observe groups of fur-seal and penguin colonies living in their natural habitat.
Eiskapelle Watzmann is a series of breathtaking mountain ranges scattered across the German and Austrian border. This picture-perfect region does not only have crystal clear streams and iconic landscapes but are also home to some of the world's most iconic ice caves.
Caverna da Tapagem is a scenic cave located in the Jacupiranga State Park in Brazil. This cave attracts tourists from all over the world for not only being the longest cave in the state of Sao Paulo but for its unique geological structures. The cave is known for it's sharp and pointy dimensions which have naturally eroded over millions of years.
Mount Sirius is a picturesque, snow-kissed mountain, located in the south of Tasmania. The mountain and it's surrounds are particularly unique because of the way the ranges circle Lake Orberon like a cove. This mountain is an exciting challenge for any hiker or adventure-seeker as it is filled with an abundance of hiking trails. Not to mention, the views from the top are well worth the trek.
Mount Cook National Park is located in New Zealand's South Island and is home to some of the country's highest mountains and longest glaciers. Travellers who make the journey to Mount Cook National Park will have the pleasure of taking in snow-kissed mountain tops, star-studded skies and deep water canals where you could have the pleasure of canoeing through on a crisp afternoon.
Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain is home to some of the world's most unique and vibrant mountain ranges. This region is known for its brightly coloured stripes in the terrain, caused by the mineral composition of the soil. Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain stands more than 16,000 feet above sea level, where tourists can either hike, mountain bike or horseback ride to the summit, creating the perfect Instragram-post opportunity.
Oregon is a state located on the West Coast of the United States, and is filled with gorgeous waterfalls. The best time to visit this region is in the fall, as tourists will be able to indulge in the picture-perfect, vibrant orange leaves are sprinkled all throughout the town. This time of year is also filled with plenty of gloomy, rainy days that make waterfalls, like Walchella Falls, come to life.
Mount Taranaki is home to an active stratovolcano, based in New Zealand's North Island. This volcano has not erupted since 1854 which has left many adventure-seekers determined to trek the volcano and its surrounds. While Mount Taranaki has been classified as "dormant", it has also been described as one of New Zealand's most climbed mountains, making it the perfect destination for any beginner adventure-seeker.