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Camp and hike away your weekend at these exotic locales!

Monday, 03 October 2016
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Feeling trapped in daily monotony?

Then, pack up your camping bags and rejuvenate your body and soul with fresh air gushing from the cool mountains. Watch the fall foliage sway to the hum of magnificent trees. Plunge for a swim into the sparkling waters and light up the campfire surrounded by your favourite people!

Make sure you never utter the words ÔÇÿno timeÔÇÖ, which is an easy excuse for idle people, who are heading towards physical and mental disaster. Go ahead set out to camp, and wage war against lifestyle issues associated with daily drudgery. DonÔÇÖt worry about camp spots, considering that the summer has slipped away.

WeÔÇÖll help you with a list of some of the best camping sites across the world, you could visit during the fall.

Best places to camp

Yosemite National Park, USA

Away from the hustle of busy California, park your camping tents, hike along the big leaf maples, black oaks, pacific dogwoods, and other deciduous trees at the Yosemite National Park. The melodramatic waterfalls, giant sequoias, abundant wildlife, and breath-taking cliffs, such as the Half Dome and El Capitan offer therapeutic experiences to the withered soul. Shut yourself from the world and indulge in a soothing weekend at Yosemite.

Jasper National Park- Canada

Welcoming adventure campers all year round, the Jasper national park in Alberta, offers a variety of activities to spice up your camping trip. Bejewelled with broad valleys, rugged mountains, glaciers, forests, alpine meadows and wild rivers, this park is home to magnificent wildlife such as the elk, bighorn sheep, mule, deer, grizzly bears, mountain lions, wolves and wolverines. YouÔÇÖre sure to be captivated by the unparalleled beauty of Columbia Ice fields and the other spectacular scenery all along the park.

Sahara Desert- Morocco

A strikingly beautiful landscape, the desert offers an exotic camping experience. Pitching your tent in Moroccan desert is something more than just sleeping under the canopy of stars. It is a journey into another world filled with bedouinÔÇÖs nomadic lifestyle, sand dunes, camel hikes, rocky mountains, dry salt lakes, sunsets and vantage points.

Masai Mara National Reserve ÔÇôKenya

A once-in-a-lifetime experience, camping at the Masai Mara is certainly a feast to your senses. NatureÔÇÖs wild child never ceases to fascinate you in this game reserve. Teaming with life, the Masai lions, African leopards, Tanzanian cheetahs, zebras, Thomson's gazelle, and wildebeest are sure to hypnotise you, often sending shudders down your spine. However the camp cum safaris are organised in secure sites that enables you to safely explore the Great Masai Mara.

Milford Sound-New Zealand

Called the 8th wonder of the world, the Milford Sound in South Island, lies inside the Fiordland National Park. This marine reserve is home to seals, penguins, bottlenose dolphins and whales. With perennial waterfalls such as Lady Bowen Falls and Stirling Falls, Milford is an ideal location for campers who love diverse marine life and activities such as tramping, canoeing and overnight boat trips.

Apart from the above mentioned places, there are several other spots around the world where you can quench your camping thirst. Ensure you pack your medical, food and other toiletry necessities, as camping spots may be devoid of connectivity or any shops. Always be alert and on guard as seemingly innocent animal encounters could lead to unpleasant experiences.

With the basics taken care of, just forget your regular stressful monotony and experience the bliss of a wild and roving existence!

Last modified on Monday, 03 October 2016 13:23