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7 Ultimate Hiking Trips Around the World

7 Ultimate Hiking Trips Around the World

    When it comes to choosing a travel destination, 63% of global travelers said that they are likely to take the offering of outdoor activities into consideration. If you love a bit of an adventure, a challenge and the great outdoors, why not make your next trip a hiking holiday to remember. From the highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro, to setting your sights on the highest mountain in the world from Everest Base Camp, here are 7 ultimate hiking destinations and incredible places to stay around the world to put on your bucket list.

Kilimanjaro - Arusha, Tanzania

This famous trek to the highest mountain in Africa is a once in a lifetime experience, taking roughly five to seven days and covering 35 miles. Hikers can choose from a number of trails to take on this incredible challenge which all boast amazing views and wildlife. 

Arusha is a gateway to many safari destinations including the Serengeti National Park as well as Africa’s highest peak Mount Kilimanjaro, and has been endorsed by most travellers for safaris, friendly people and wildlife. 

Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Where to stay: Arusha Coffee Lodge (from Booking.com) is a great place to stay before or after you take on the incredible Mount Kilimanjaro. The top nationalities that booked over the past year were German, American and British.

This Lodge offers an outdoor pool and a restaurant while rooms offer lovely garden views.  It is 30 mi from Kilimanjaro International Airport.

Arusha Coffee Lodge

Arusha Coffee Lodge

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The Inca Trail - Machu Picchu, Peru

The Inca Trail is one of the most incredible and popular hikes in the world with its 26 miles of ruins, jungle and beautiful scenery into the Andes before you get to Machu Picchu where adventurers will be wowed by the beauty of the snow-capped peaks and cloud forest. The top endorsements from most travellers include Inca Ruins, scenery and history.

The Inca Trail

Where to stay: Panorama B&B (from Booking.com) is in the perfect spot, just 200 yards from the town market and walking distance to the train station, so super easy to get to Machu Picchu. The top nationalities that booked over the past year were Brazilian, American and Chilean.

Guests will receive a complimentary buffet breakfast and rooms have spectacular panoramic mountain and river views.

Panorama B&B

Panorama B&B

Everest Base Camp - Kathmandu, Nepal

One of the world’s most iconic hikes, taking hikers across 70 miles over 16 days where they can experience the culture and people of the Himalayas before becoming face to face with the highest mountain on earth. You’ll need to be fit to take on this challenge, hiking three to six hours a day, so take some down time in Kathmandu to relax once you’ve finished.

Everest Base Camp

Where to stay: The Life Story Guest House (from Booking.com) is a great place to stay for meeting fellow travellers and offers comfy rooms in an ideal location with friendly hosts.  The top nationalities that booked over the past year were Chinese, British and Indian. 

You are just a few minutes’ walk from the temples here or if you prefer you can hire bikes to explore. Most travellers endorsed Kathmandu for its temples, culture and friendly people .

The Life Story Guest House

The Life Story Guest House

Bay of Fires - St Helens, Australia

The Bay of Fires in Tasmania Australia covers 16 miles and takes about four days. This hike has to be done with a guide but is worth it as it takes travellers to beautiful beaches with incredible sea views. Most hikers will start from St Helen’s on the north east coast, known for its game fishing and endorsed by most travellers for the beaches, scenery and relaxation. The top nationalises that visited over the past year 

Bay of Fires

Where to stay: Bed in the Treetops B&B (from Booking.com) is a truly unique Bed & Breakfast hideaway nestled high on a 37 acre property at the Bay of Fires, situated on Tasmania's North East Coast.  The top nationalities that booked over the past year were Chinese, British and German.

Perched 160 metres above sea level this stunning accommodation enjoys expansive birds eye views of Binalong Bay, Moulting Bay, Georges Bay, St Helens Island and the Southern Ocean. Guests also get a complimentary afternoon tea on arrival and wholesome cooked breakfast each morning.

Bed in the Treetops B&B

Tour du Mont Blanc - Les Houches, France

Another of the world’s greatest walks, the Tour du Mont Blanc ensures trekkers are in for a challenge, covering 170km and 10,000m of ascent and hiking through France, Italy and Switzerland. The views are stunning and hikers can expect to see wildlife such as deer and eagles and take in views of glacial valleys and alpine meadows. Travellers will start in Les Houches, Chamonix which is worth spending some time in – most travellers endorsed it for mountains, scenery and nature.

Tour du Mont Blanc

Where to stay: RockyPop Hotel (Portes de Chamonix) is located in Les Houches in the Rhône-Alps Region tucked away from the busy centre, a few miles from the Chamonix Ski station. The top nationalities that booked over the past year were British, Swiss and Italian.

Guests can relax on the sun terraces and sample French cuisine at the food court and take on some skiing, if they’ve any energy left after the hike!

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RockyPop Hotel (Portes de Chamonix)

Rangitoto Island Loop - Auckland, New Zealand

New Zealand is one of the best places for endless, beautiful scenery and incredible diverse hikes and the Rangitoto Island Loop is no exception. This is about 12km long so you can do it in a day from Auckland and once you reach the summit you will have amazing views of the city. Make sure you spend some time in the city which is endorsed for its food, sightseeing and harbour by most travellers.  

Rangitoto Island Loop

Where to stay:Lakeside Paradise (from Booking.com) is located on the ground floor of the owners' home, who live upstairs, and is just three minutes’ walk from the beach and has access to a beautiful park on Lake Pupuke. The top nationalities that booked over the past year were Australian, Chinese and British.

which offers a range of activities including swimming, kayaking, and paddle boarding, or guests can simply relax and take in the stunning view.

Lakeside Paradise

Lakeside Paradise

Appalachian Trail - Ellijay, USA

This trek is one of the longest hiking only footpaths in the world, taking you through 14 states from Georgia to Maine, over a timeframe of five to seven months! The trek is over 2,000 miles long with the majority of the trail going through the wilderness – definitely one for a big adventurer! Hikers will pass through Ellijay in Georgia, which is endorsed for its mountains, scenery and autumn leaves. 

Appalachian

Where to stay: Bearadise Retreat Cabin (from Booking.com) makes you feel warm and welcome with its cosy cabin feel. The top nationalities that booked over the past year were British, Australian and Israeli.

You’ll find a roaring fire in the wood burning fireplace. The perfect place to take a much deserved break before you continue on with this gruelling trek!

Bearadise Retreat Cabin

That's all. Find your most suitable one and have a good trip!!!!

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