As soon as winter starts people from the Northern hemisphere start thinking of going to a tropical country. If you are one of those with a desire to spend a winter vacation in a hot country, these five countries below will spark an interest.
Not everybody knows, but the Maldives is a country of contradictions. On the one hand, it’s a real paradise for tourists with some of the most luxurious hotels in the world. But on the other hand, it’s not easy for local people to survive there.
Maldives is known for its clean water and rich underwater world. While diving or snorkeling in the Indian Ocean, you can see amazing fish, which you have never seen before.
For instance, you can visit a spot on the Maldivian reef, where hammerhead sharks go for breakfast. In addition, you can swim with whale sharks. No worries, it’s not dangerous.
Before going you should know that Maldives is a Muslim country, and its culture is inextricably linked to culture. That’s why Maldivian mosques are one of the most popular sights on the islands.
If you want to visit a country with a large number of natural attractions, go to Costa Rica. Almost a quarter of the country is covered by national reserves, and you will not find any other country in the world with the same percentage of reserves. In short, it’s the right place to visit in order to find the most wilderness on Earth. This is part of what makes it one of the best tropical destinations to visit.
It’s true, Costa Rica is a small country, but it is very different from one part to another. You can find various lanscapes there, from humid rainforests to dry landscapes, from high mountains to swampy lowlands.
Locating on 0,03% of the Earth’s territory, this country includes 5% of the world’s biodiversity.
Moreover, there are several active volcanoes in Costa Rica, which are actually safe to visit.
Myanmar used to be a closed country for many years, which is why it is considered to be a secluded tropical country nowadays. However, electronic visas have been available since 2014. Myanmar tends to open its borders for tourists.
Most tourists go to Myanmar looking for local traditions and wild nature, which are still perfectly preserved. Myanmar is on the way of changes, and that is the reason for you to visit it as soon as you can.
Myanmar is a country full of Buddhist temples, located everywhere – from urban to natural destinations. Also don’t miss the Inle Lake, where you can see an amusing way of local fishing.
Just keep in mind, that the best time to visit Myanmar is in dry season, which lasts from November to March.
Fiji is a real paradise, located halfway between New Zealand to Hawaii. It consists of 332 islands, located in the Pacific Ocean, but only the third part of it is inhabited.
Fiji is wealthy for its volcanic landscape and attractive beaches. It is the right place to lay on the beach and feel the paradise atmosphere.
However, if you are a lover of active rest, choose hiking in the national parks of Fiji or surfing with big ocean waves.
Uganda is a secluded country in the heart of Africa, which can impress even an experienced traveller.
Uganda is less touristic than the neighbour countries Tanzania and Kenya, and it makes Uganda be more affordable for independent tourists. This means that Uganda is one of the best tropical destinations for those on a budget.
If you want to meet a blend of unique plants and wild animals, there are a lot of places in Uganda to fit your wish. Go to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls National Park and Ajai Game Reserve in order to see gorillas, elephants, giraffes, lions and many other species of exotic animals.
Now you can see that even not popular travel destinations can be secluded and attractive for tourists. It’s because they have some places which are not that crowded yet. And it attracts those who want to find some untouched places on our planet.