Australia’s most popular national park is home to one of the best seaside treks in the country, the Coastal Track.
This two-day jaunt follows New South Wales’ epic coastline, with huge cliffs, unique rock pools endemic species found along the entire way. If you hike this trail in the wintertime as well, you also have the chance at seeing migrating humpback whales just off the headlands.
This was one of the best hikes we tackled last year, and it is an excellent trail to do with friends, family or beginners.
8) Kalaw to Inle Lake – Myanmar
Inle Lake is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Myanmar, and the crowds can be overwhelming compared to the rest of the otherwise off-beat nation. If you want to escape the masses though, consider hiking the 3-day trek from Kalaw to Inle Lake.
You’ll spend the night in traditional homestays in remote villages along the way and have the chance to dive right into fascinating Burmese culture as you go. It’s also a very cheap trek to go on, and you can sign up for a tour for less than $50, all-inclusive.
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