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- 2 / 119. Calming InspirationThe ancient city of Bagan, Myanmar, is home to more than 2,000 Buddhist monuments. We’re taking a calming dose of inspiration from these peaceful monks at the holy archeological site. Explore the AFAR Guide to Myanmar for more motivation to visit this magnificent country.Photo by @tam_le
- 3 / 118. Vast PlaceGeologists believe the Namib Desert in southwestern Africa is the world’s oldest desert. Its name derives from a Namibian dialect and means “vast place”—we’d say that description is fitting. Have you explored this arid coastal region yet? Plan your trip now with the AFAR Guide to Southern Africa.Photo by @everythingeverywhere
- 4 / 117. The Roof of ThailandChiang Mai’s Doi Inthanon National Park is nicknamed “The Roof of Thailand” because the park is home to Thailand’s highest mountain (and features some of the country’s most expansive views, too). Visiting this park is just one of many incredible experiences to have in Thailand.Photo by @polkadotpassport
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- 7 / 114. Breathtaking HikesHere’s the thing about hiking in Washington’s North Cascades National Park: Just when you pause to catch your breath, the surrounding views will take your breath away.
Brace yourself: The AFAR Guide to the World’s Most Jaw-Dropping Hiking TrailsPhoto by @wheretowillie
- 8 / 113. Cartagena DaydreamingWe’re daydreaming about wandering Cartagena’s colorful streets. Which destinations have you in a travel trance?
Answer these quick questions to find out where you should travel next.Photo by @amandabjorn
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