20 Types of Trips You Should Take at Least Once

Traveling isn’t just about the destination you choose. The way you travel and why also play a big part in determining how memorable your trips will be.

So, after picking your country, what are you going to do on your trip is the next question. Here are a few ideas:

1. Hiking

A hiking trip is always rewarding, especially if you choose a place with great scenery. I believe you probably can find a trail in most countries around the world. Just make sure you’re fit and carrying proper gear or you could be in for an unpleasant surprise.

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Galyna Andrushko / Shutterstock

2. Skiing/Snowboarding

Depending on where you go, it can be quite pricey, but the feeling of going down the slopes marking the smooth snow makes up for it! This is definitely a trip worth taking.

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Lukas Gojda / Shutterstock

3. Wine Tasting

Whether you’re visiting the vineyards in Chile, New Zealand, or France, you’re going to have a nice time. Learning more about the wines you love, especially if they’re made in traditional ways, can be quite interesting. Actually drinking the wine, that’s pretty nice too.

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