June 13, 2023 | Kaddy Gibson

Five Incredible Destinations For Nature Lovers

Being one with nature is great for the body, mind, and soul. If you’re looking to embrace the call of the wild and experience breathtaking scenic views, check out these great nature destinations.

Lapland, Finland

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If you like winter sports and beautiful snow-capped hills, then you’ve got to visit Lapland. In addition to snow-showing and cross-country skiing, this part of Finland is perfect for seeing the magnificent Northern Lights. For a truly memorable trip, head over to the Oulanka National Park. Here, you can spend a few nights in a log cabin, which is perfect for getting toasty warm after a day of winter sports. It's also great for getting the clearest view of the Northern Lights dancing in the sky.

Black Sand Beach, Dominica

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With its volcanic hot springs, well-preserved rain forest, and abundance of waterfalls, Dominica is a nature lover’s paradise. Black Sand Beach is particularly appealing for a chance to do some whale watching or visit a variety of sea turtles at the turtle sanctuary. The island also has a great shoreline with deep underwater caverns that are fun to explore if you like snorkeling or diving.

Gros Morne National Park, Canada

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Gros Morne National Park is situated in the majestic mountains of Newfoundland and surrounded by small coastal towns. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the breathtaking landscape of Gros Morne features bogs, thick forests, freshwater fjords, and intimidating cliffs. The park is also home to an abundance of wildlife including moose, black bears, and arctic hares. If you like to get up close and personal with mother nature, this area is great for camping, hiking, and canoeing. You can also take in all the natural wonders by renting a cabin or cottage.

Durmitor National Park, Montenegro

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For some of the most amazing natural scenery, head over to the Durmitor National Park. Encompassing the Durmitor Mountain Range and the Tara River Valley, the national park hosts three incredible canyons, almost 50 mountain peaks, and unbelievable waterways that flow beneath the park. It is also where you’ll find the deepest gorge in Europe. The area is ideal for hiking and there are several trails to lead you up the highest plateau. You can also check out all the shimmering stalactites and stalagmites in the ice cave. It's the perfect place to cool down after a day of hiking and exploring the beautiful landscape.

The Matterhorn, Switzerland

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With picturesque green hills and snow-capped peaks, the Swiss Alps are home to some of the most awe-inspiring topography. If you head out to the Alps, then you’ve got to check out the Matterhorn. The Matterhorn is the tallest mountain in the range and rises 4,572 meters (15,000 feet) above the town of Zermatt. While many people hike to the summit of the mountain, you can also hop on a cable car and get a ride to the top. No matter how you get there, the trek to the peak is worth the incomparable view of the countryside.

There are lots of benefits to reconnecting with the natural wonders around us. Take some time to rest and recharge with an unforgettable trip to one of these magnificent nature destinations.


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