20 Amazing Hikes Around The Globe

The world is vast and when it comes to hiking, there are plenty of places all around where you can do it. Whether it’s strenuous, effortless, hard to get to or simply amazing, you’ll find a hike that’s perfect for you!

1. Brazil – Ilha Grande

From the small village of Abraão, you can start the two and a half hours jungle trek to Lopes Mendes, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world!

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2. New Zealand – Tongariro Crossing

If you’re a fan of Lord of The Rings, then this hike is for you. This trek takes roughly eight hours and you can see Mount Ruapehu, also known as Mount Doom.

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3. Myanmar – Inle Lake

It usually takes two to three days to hike from Kalaw all the way to Inle Lake, but walking through hill tribes is an unforgettable experience.

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