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5 Places You Should Visit Before You Turn 50

Turning 50 is no small feat! Not everyone is fortunate to reach half a century. So turning 50 is a wonderful reason for a celebration! And what better way to set off this milestone than to visit these 5 enchanting places?

Why should you travel before you turn 50?

  • Your travel experience is much richer when you’ve reached this point in your life. Your family and career are much stable and can afford you some vacation time.
  • It is a time for reinvigoration and getting in touch with nature and people.
  • It will inspire you in your new chapter of life.
  • It is an opportunity to learn a new culture, make new friends, and explore different cuisines.

If you are turning 50, or know someone who will, add these 5 places to your travel bucket list.


5 places you should visit before you turn 50

  1. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt 

We love this place because it is the only remaining Seven Ancient Worders of the World. If you love history, then this destination is right up your alley.

The Pyramids of Giza date back to 2,560 BC and are the tallest structures in the world. They are tombs for ancient Egyptian pharaohs and queens. They comprise 3 pyramids:

  • Pyramid of Khafra
  • Pyramid of Menkaure
  • Pyramid of Khufu

Best time to visit: October – April. It is less crowded and the weather is most pleasant.

Cost: Ask your tour guide for tickets that allow you entry into the chambers in the pyramids. Resist the urge to climb the pyramids or you’ll pay a hefty fine.

Way to get there: Book a flight to Cairo and schedule a trip with any of their excursion companies.


  • Add a trip to the Cairo Museum for $40 or an excursion of Cairo through its famous markets for 60.
  • Take note of the dress code. Trousers and shirts for men. Ladies should keep their knees covered.


  1. Santorini, Greece

Imagine this: stunning panoramic views, dramatic cliffs, and clear blue skies against the backdrop of whitewashed buildings.

It is the best destination for a romantic getaway with your loved one. You’ll be spoilt for choice with the romantic sunsets and deep blue waters! Not to forget the volcanic landscape that creates uniquely flavored home-grown food.

You will not run out of beautiful natural landscapes to savor. There are lots of activities such as hiking, sight-seeing, and beach hopping. You can visit the Akrotiri ruins, the Megalocho vineyards, and the local villages (such as Fira and Oia).

Best time to visit: September – October when there are no crowds and the weather is warm.

Cost: From $60 to $250 per night. Hotels along the Caldera Cliff are the most idyllic and cost a penny.

Way to get there: You can take a flight to Athens International Airport or board the ferry at the Piraeus Port.


  1. Serengeti National Park

From the pyramids to the beaches, our next stop is the Serengeti in Tanzania. This is the perfect destination for wildlife and nature park lovers.

The national park is part of the Serengeti ecosystem, known for the Great Migration. Book a game drive to see 1.5 million wildebeest cross the Mara River into Kenya from southern Tanzania, and back again.

The park is also home to the rare white tigers, elephants, rhinos, 500 bird species, and 300 mammal species.

Best time to visit: June – October (during the Great Migration).

Cost: Park fees are $60 for adults and $30 for children below 16 years.

Way to get there: Fly from Arusha to Seronera Airport, or take a 9-hour long drive from Arusha to the national park.

Tip: Add a trip to Zanzibar for a romantic getaway by the pristine white beaches, or a trek Mount Kilimanjaro.


  1. Himalayas

If you fancy a trek across a snow-capped mountain, this is for you!

The Himalayas stretches from Pakistan, through India and Nepal, and ends in Eastern India’s Brahmaputra River. Mount Everest is the highest peak in the Himalayas.

This is the trip for a hardy trekker who has built a tolerance for high altitude and some serious walking. It will take you about 150 days to trek the mountain landscape along the Great Himalaya Trail (GMT).

Keep an eye out for the yak, snow leopard, Bengal tiger, red panda, blue sheep, the black bear, the Himalayan tahr. There are more than 900 bird species and over 10,000 plants here.

Best time to visit: October to May.

Tip: For the spiritual, this is a sacred region where you will find ashrams and sacred temples on the foothills.



  1. Antelope Canyon, Arizona

This is one you’d love and not need a passport to get there! It is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and photographers.

The 120-foot deep Antelope Canyon got its name from Navajo folklore. It is found in Page, Arizona, and is part of the Navajo Tribal Park.

Be prepared to see magnificent warm tones of multi-colored rock. You will see light beams entering the Upper Antelope Canyon and bathing the sandstone walls with enchanting warm colors.

The Upper Antelope Canyon is more crowded than the Lower Antelope Canyon during the peak season. But, it is ideal for the elderly or travelers with physical limitations.

Keep an eye out for the Pronghorn Antelopes that graze the area.

Best time to visit: March – October.

Cost: From $33 (including the $8 Navajo park fee) and $38 for the Upper Antelope Canyon. A 2-hour night photography tour costs $200


– Book your guided trip online.

– If you have a few days, take a trip to the Grand Canyon to watch the sunrise. It will take your breath away! How about a trek across Bryce and Zion National Parks, Monument Valley, and Lake Powell? Immerse yourself in the enchanting views and feel reinvigorated.


There is no better way to mark a milestone in your life than to travel to an exotic destination for some R&R. Celebrate reaching a half-century by visiting the Pyramids of Giza, Santorini beaches, or the wildebeest migration at the Serengeti National Park. Or you could trek the Himalayas or the Antelope Canyon for scenic views. You’ve earned it!

5 Best Hotel Build Around Active Volcanoes!

Best Hotel

Volcanoes, if you don’t know are a majestic flow of heat and fire. They don’t make sizzling sounds; instead, they come in a very peaceful manner drizzling down the slopes gulping down everything that stands in their way. It is undoubtedly a combination of beauty and danger for anyone who witnesses it. There are many active volcanoes and other volcanoes that are present in the world, and there are many hotels and resorts that are built upon this molten lava making the perfect hot accommodations for the guests. Having said that, we will see some of the best hotel accommodations built upon the volcanoes. Without much further ado, let us dive right into the article.

Nayara Resort Spa and Gardens

The first hotel to top the list is none other than the Nayara Resort Spa and Gardens that is situated in the Arenal Volcano National Park, La Fortuna, Costa Rica. It is a beauty of architecture and luxury. It is located upon one of the youngest and the most active volcano hole that is present in the southern hemisphere. History takes us back to 1968 when the volcano first erupted. You can avail any kind of luxury things from this hotel, just like the services provided by the ‘normal’ luxury hotels.


Le Champlain by PONANT

The second one to come in the list is the enormous Le Champlain by PONANT that is situated in The Aeolian Islands, Italy. You can find this hotel that offers you the best services in luxury and other stuff. The hotel is built in one of the best active volcanoes and was once known otherwise as The Lighthouse of the Mediterranean. If you are lucky, you may even find yourself witnessing the volcanic eruption as well.

Hotel Hansa

This hotel is situated in Mendig, Germany. The famous active volcanic eruption that happened in this area dates back to AD where Laacher volcano made a lake. This was later transformed into a renowned hotel. You can avail many services and even book a lake tour too. Apart from that, you can even spend some valuable time in the Volcano Brewery.

Hotel Hansa

Sanctuary Ngorongoro Crater Camp

The fourth one on the list is Sanctuary Ngorongoro Crater Camp that is situated in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania. The place is considered for ranking one of the best areas to hold volcanic eruption that is equal to the size of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Apart from the volcanic eruption and hotel, you can even find many useful handcrafted and many other services around this area, making it a beautiful destination for anyone to visit.

Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort

The fifth and the last one on the list is none other than the great Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort. The hotel, even though situated around an active volcano, has all kinds of luxury settings and services for their customers. The hotel even gives a great view of the enormous Mount Otemanu.