Los Angeles, CA – 22 December 2010 – The website WorldsGreatestTravelers.com has published the ultimate New Year’s resolution wish list for travelers, with their ’2011 Travelers GO/NO Go List’ for those looking for something different.
“Serious travelers want authentic, exciting and participatory adventures nowadays,” says the website, “they want to visit places that seem exotic, places that are new on the horizon and that offer them a chance to get out of their comfort zones and have a real adventure.”
The 2011 Travelers GO/NO Go List:
Ischia Island, Italy -take a hydrofoil across the Bay of Naples to the so-called Green Island, the most beautiful of Italian islands, to enjoy therapeutic hot-springs, chic laid back beaches, and limoncello.
Haiti – go to lend a hand, nothing more, nothing less – they still really need your help!
Iquitos, Peru -sure you’ve seen Machu Picchu, but the truly adventurous fall off the map at the last outpost on earth in deep Amazonia to visit jungle people’s they’ve only ever seen in documentaries.
Byblos, Lebanon – located just south of the revitalized (and safe!) city of Beirut, this entire Phoenician-era town is a World Heritage Site; enjoy the social lifestyle, the ancient souks, and romantic Lebanese seaside meals.
Chittagong, Bangladesh – isn’t it time to visit Cox’s Bazar -a 100-mile long white sandy beach, explore exotic Buddhist villages along the Burmese border, and share some smiles with people that will melt your heart!
The Global Scavenger Hunt -let’s see: daring adventure, A Blind Date with the World, an around the world Amazing Race-like competition where’s the bad? The 2011 event is scheduled to begin April 15th – visit GlobalScavengerHunt.com.
Marrakesh, Morocco – come on board the Marrakesh Express to a place far out of mind and enjoy tasty kebobs, mint tea-induced conversation, and relaxing hammams, before hitting the High Atlas Mountains trial.
Salta, Argentina – from the dense mountain jungle floor, chew coco leafs while taking the Train to the Clouds to this high Andes Argentinean town, filled with colonial architecture and a growing international flair.
Canary Islands – nestled off the coast of North Africa the Canaries enjoy the world’s best climate and is a windsurfer’s Mecca, a walker’s paradise, and a dancing queen’s dream, with its late, late-night club scene.
Cuenca, Ecuador – visit this colonial city truly off the beaten path to buy a handmade Panama hat in the amazing flower market before taking a rainforest trek or fishing for dinner in a tranquil nearby lake.
To see the “2011 GO/NO Go List,” visit www.WorldsGreatestTravelers.com
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