Machu Picchu, Peru
If you are a fan of hiking and you love history, this place will make sure you don’t want to go back. Machi Pichu is a sight rich in ancient history and culture. It holds the ancient city of Inca which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The place gets super crowded during the peak season so you should reserve your spot several months in advance. There are several tour companies around that help arrange the whole hike and help you visit all the places in the Andes Mountains.
Yosemite National park, USA
The Yosemite National Park in the USA gets more than 4 million visitors every year. It is located in the Sierra Nevada mountains that run along the east of California. The park will give you a thrilling experience due to the abundant wildlife available along with huge waterfalls and granite cliffs. The weather keeps on fluctuating and elevation plays a huge role in the amount of snow and how heavy the snow is. Don’t forget to explore the whole park by witnesses the landmarks at El Capitan, Tunnel View, Half Dome, and Yosemite Falls.