To travel is to live, or so they say. Traveling not only teaches us the value of life, but also makes learners and observers out of us. It compels us to think about everything that is right and wrong with this world. Not to mention, it shows us just how beautiful this world can be.
Here’s a list for you to enjoy the beauty of nature as well as some luxury
1.Hotel Salto Chico, Patagonia
Hotel Salto Chico, located in Patagonia, Argentina in the southernmost part of South America is one of the most beautiful places to visit.
Anchored like a white ship on the shores of turquoise Lake Pehoé, Patagonia’s unique location sets travelers literally in the middle of Torres del Paine National Park, while greeting them with exceptional architecture. It also offers travelers breathtaking views of glaciers, lakes and mountains.
2.Duzdag Hotel, Azerbaijan
In the prehistoric context, Duzdag creates a bizarre but welcoming atmosphere unavailable anywhere else on Earth. Wandering through caves filled with lovely huts and true believers is less alienating than it is a shock to the system. Duzdag, the most illustrious and well appointed of these caves, burrowed into a peak is at a 15-minute drive outside of Nakhchivan City, Azerbaijan a former Soviet Republic country.
The walls of the 300 metre tunnel are so salt rich that they crumble when touched. Duzdag is famous largely due to the legends associated with it .
3.Fort Awesome, North Carolina
Originally an old High school in the town of Lansing, it was later revamped after it was bought from a private owner. A two-hour drive northwest from Charlotte cuts through the deep and dark Rendezvous Mountain Educational State Forest before turning toward Virginia.
The 34-mile Virginia Creeper Trail, a former railroad bed that passes through the Mount Rogers National Recreation area, at only 20 minutes away, is an ideal spot for hiking and mountain biking.
Lansing is also more than a mile from the headwaters of the New River, 26 miles of which have been designated as a scenic waterway, with mild rapids made for canoeing. Few of the state’s best trout fishing spots could be found in Big Horse Creek, which runs through the town’s nine-acre park, just across Virginia’s state border.
4.Barnsley Gardens Resort, Georgia
Barnsley Gardens in the State of Georgia, United States, is a go-to destination away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Guests here can also explore and enjoy more than 12 miles of hiking and biking trails, which wind through hardwood forests and past stocked ponds and a 10-acre lake, where travellers can also opt for canoeing or kayaking.
Barnsley Gardens has about a dozen multi-bedroom country cottages as well as 62 smaller guest rooms and suites for accommodation.
5.Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch, Colorado
If you like skiing then this is your go-to place.The service in this resort is so good that it will make you want to stay there forever. The Michelin Star-worthy s’mores greet you in your room after check-in while the ski valets fetch your boots which are heated and will also tote your equipment to the snow.
The outdoor fire pits also serves as the perfect rendezvous point for a post-ski drinking session.
All in all, this mountain-resort is an exceptional place to visit!