Trips Every Traveler Should Take Before Turning 50
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Here are our picks for the best destinations, trips, and adventures you should experience before your 50th birthday, preparing for your next decade of travel!
Someone once said that 50 is the new 40 and we couldn't agree more. Notable birthdays, you know, the ones that end in zero, happen only once every decade and as such are meant to be embraced and savored. One of the best ways to do this is through travel, which never fails to broaden our minds, rejoice our hearts, and provide a much-needed dose of adventure.
If you are approaching the mid-century mark and want to add some of these experiences to your travel resume, we have some suggestions for you to consider.
1. Nile cruise
Egypt has been a major destination for travelers since the days of Alexander the Great. Even today, the pyramids and sphinx, along with many other ancient ruins, are still as attractive as ever, but one of the best travel experiences can be found on a slow, leisurely cruise down the Nile. This trip takes only three or four days, but during that time you will visit lost temples and Egyptian villages, and you will live in this beautiful part of the world. It is an enchanting way to experience a river that has played an important role in human history for millennia.
2. Take a bike trip through Tuscany
Italians have always been passionate about cycling, both professional sports and leisure activities. So what better way to explore one of the most beautiful and welcoming regions of the country than sitting on a bike? Whether you are a serious cyclist looking for a challenge or a beginner looking to immerse yourself in the Italian countryside, a cycling trip through Tuscany will keep you delighted. Throughout your journey, you'll pass picturesque villages, quiet country lanes, and breathtaking views. You will also have the opportunity to visit more than a few wineries and eat some of the best food imaginable. What more could you want?
3. Spend a week in Paris
Often when we travel, we are in such a rush to get to the next destination that we hardly have time to enjoy the one we are visiting. So why not pick just one spot and spend an entire week there, soaking up the sights and sounds and really getting to know the place. There are few better cities to do this than Paris, where visitors will find a unique mix of history, culture, active activities, and nightlife. Oh, and the food isn't bad either. With over 130 art museums to visit alone, there is certainly plenty to keep you busy. But don't forget to take a walk along the Champs-Elysées, people-watch in a French café, and climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower. It may be one of the most touristy things in the world to do, but it's still worth it.
4. Visit the wine region of South Africa
There are many reasons to come to South Africa, such as visiting historic and charming Cape Town, hiking in the Drakensberg Mountains, and going on safari. But the country is also home to an incredible wine region, with several award-winning vineyards. Located a short drive from Cape Town, the Winelands, as they are known locally, is an excellent day trip for those looking to get away from the city. But to really enjoy the region, book accommodation at a local inn or hotel and plan to stay for two or three days. The calm and relaxing scenery will quickly put you at ease and create a relaxing experience on another busy vacation.
5. Sail the Mediterranean
Sailors have been navigating the waters of the Mediterranean for centuries and it's easy to see why. The beautiful coastline, warm waters, and sunny weather make it an ideal destination for those seeking an aquatic adventure. Whether you explore the Greek islands, cruise the Italian beaches, or stroll along the Croatian coast, the Mediterranean never fails to delight or delight. This trip can be as active or relaxing as you like, combining kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba diving, with days ashore strolling through coastal towns or simply enjoying the day aboard the boat. You can even rent your own yacht if you want.
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