- Machu Picchu, Peru
This summer take time to plan for the Sacred Valley of the Inca and carry your bucket-list to ancient city of Machu Picchu. If you want to get a look of Machu Picchy, look through the National Museum of the American Indian Exhibition and Smithsonian Folklife Festival.
The land is preserved and to protect its integrity, only 500 government issued Inca Trail permits are been given per day. However there are variety of Sacred Valley tours. The sustainable tourism is encouraged in Machu Picchu and hence the travelers become ambassadors to help spread the word about importance of the sustainable tourism. With education and awareness, iconic trails like Machu Picchu and Inca Trail are being preserved.
Perfect excuse for outdoor adventures especially when the sun goes down in Sedona Arizona. Off road jeepers, rock climbers, mountain bikers, hikers offers a dramatic red rock backcountry destination in Arizona. Sedona is at a height of 46000 feet and is named as the world’s 8th International Dark Sky Community in 2014 which witnessed the great celestial wonders such as Blue moon.
All the eyes are on sky when the wonder happens. If you are a stargazer, Sedona is your heaven with low humidity desert skies, lack of light pollution and a glittering shiny blanket of heavenly bodies called stars. It is so blue and pure, that you might want to stay all summers in Arizona.
- Konstanz, Germany
Germany’s largest lake is Constance or Bodensee cycle route. The 40 mile long lake is situated in the northern foothills of the Alps. The lake is narrow enough to see across the other side. Another great fun is the pedaled ride on bike at the asphalt Bodensee-Radweg path which is covering around 170 miles of the lake.
If you make your way around the lake, you will be crossing three countries including Switzerland, Austria and Germany. The shoreline is being dotted with peaceful rural villages, occasional castle, medieval towns and cities all dotted on shoreline.
Who doesn’t love the favorable weather of England. England offers the six Magna Carta Trails which are situated throughout the England.
These trails are including key charter towns such as the official commemoration ceremony at the Magna Carta Festival and Runnymede Meadows.
- Victoria, Australia
Last but not the least, escape the heat by hitting the slopes in Victoria’s ski country.
There are a wide range of activities in summers including snowmobiling, snowboarding, skiing, tobogganing, dogsled rides.