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Finding adventure abroad is easier than you think. If you are looking for an adventurous place to find wanderlust, look no further than the five countries listed below.


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No trip to Peru is complete without touring Machu Picchu, an ancient city high in the Andes Mountains. The hike to the location is not for the faint of heart, but it is stunning.  You could hike the entire Inca Trail to the ruins in roughly three to four days, camping under the stars; however, you will have to acclimate to the altitude before taking the hike.


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Canada is a massive country with a lot of diverse geography for all types of adventures. From skiing Whistler Mountain, week long Quebec snowmobile tours, and the picturesque hiking on Prince Edward Island, you can discover a new love of the outdoors across Canada’s vast wilderness.

New Zealand

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New Zealand may just be the adventure capital of the world. There are many extreme sports to try out, including sky diving, jet boating, zip lining, and helicopter skiing. Many popular movies were filmed across the islands, so there are many tours you can take to famous film locations too. 


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Adventurers may want to try out a safari. Kenya offers a wide variety of safari tours that include camping with wildlife. If animals aren’t your particular cup of tea, you could hike Mount Kilimanjaro, which is one of the most glorious and difficult mountains to climb in the world. Kenya also has beautiful beaches for relaxing. 


Lush green landscape and exciting cities make Ireland a great place to find adventure. You can spend a week hiking throughout the wilds, visit the impressive Cliffs of Moher on the Atlantic coast, and tour cities with impressive history. Ireland offers something for every type of traveler, and you can’t help but enjoy a tour of the Guinness Factory.

Find the spirit of adventure by visiting one of these amazing places.