eople travel for different reasons: to meet new people, to try new things, to learn more about the world. And if you’re sick of city life and want to forget about your problems for a while, nothing beats getting closer to nature. After all, what could be more relaxing than green forests, magnificent mountains, long beaches with golden sand, or watching the Aurora Borealis light up the sky above you?

If you share our opinion, here’s an article for you. Let us tell you about the best green destinations in the world, where you can go with your partner – and share an unforgettable experience. Iceland, Alaska, Tuscany, Rwanda, Slovenia, The Alps, and Chile are just a few examples of places where you can feel more connected to nature than ever before. Make a point of visiting at least one of them in your lifetime – and feel how your inner batteries are recharging.

Iceland

It is one of the greenest countries in the world. Iceland is truly a paradise for those who enjoy the contrasts of hot and cold, fire and ice, snow and green trees. The country also has green geysers, boiling mud pots, hot springs, waterfalls, national parks, hiking trails, thermal baths… you name it. On top of that, while you’re there, you’ll have an opportunity to live in stunning bubble hotels.




If you like adventures, you’ll love Iceland. If you want to feel more connected to nature than ever before, Iceland is your place.

Alaska

It’s the largest state in the United States, and it’s also the most nature-friendly one. The highest peak of North America is here, and so are the most spectacular glaciers in the world. Alaska is home to more than half of all the glaciers in North America, with about 100 in total.

Because it’s so close to the Arctic Circle, Alaska is also home to the northern lights. You can see them with your own eyes when you go on a northern lights tour. This is an unforgettable experience. Nature lovers will love Alaska for its mountains, forests, rivers, lakes, hot springs, summer nights, and winter activities.

Tuscany

It’s Italy, so it’s perfect for food lovers. But Tuscany is also home to green hills, vineyards, olive groves, sunflowers, lavender fields, sandstone rocks. It’s also famous for its rolling hills, which are the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen.

The region is perfect for hiking enthusiasts. You can go hiking in the forests, enjoy panoramic views over the gorgeous countryside, have lunch at a local tavern or a luxury hotel. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, this is the place to go.

Rwanda

Rwanda – a small country in Central Africa is the greenest country in Africa. Travelers will be amazed by Rwanda’s pristine rainforests and its trees dripping with moss.

If you like experiencing new things and learning about what life is like in other cultures, Rwanda might be your thing. It’s home to many endangered species, including mountain gorillas. You can meet them in their natural habitat – but you need to book your visit well in advance. No matter how far away this country may seem to you right now, it might turn out to be one of the most memorable places you visit. It’s definitely worth a try.

Slovenia

It might not be a very well-known country, but if you like green nature and if you want to escape from big crowds and big cities, Slovenia might be your thing. It’s a small country in Central Europe, known for its beautiful countryside and rolling hills.

You can see it all during a Slovenia tour. The capital, Ljubljana, is surrounded by green hills and rivers. You can go hiking and biking in the forests and along the trails. You can go horseback riding through the countryside, and enjoy the panoramic views over small villages and vineyards. If you like architecture, culture, art, and nature, Slovenia is the perfect destination for you.

The Alps

The Alps are known for their snow-capped peaks and breathtaking views over valleys and lakes. The Alps are also home to many cozy little villages, where you can enjoy the local cuisine and spend your nights in a warm and cozy cottage – and wake up with birds chirping outside your window.

If you like hiking, climbing, skiing, sledding, or snowboarding, you’ll love the Alps. But if you prefer relaxing activities like hot springs, saunas, massages, spa treatments… You’ll also love the Alps. You can do whatever you like here – and enjoy close contact with nature at the same time.

Chile

It might be one of the most underrated countries in South America. Chile is home to some of the most beautiful places on earth (including Easter Island). Travelers will be amazed by the country’s majestic glaciers, snow-capped mountains, green forests, national parks, deserts, and beaches. Nature lovers should visit this country at least once in their lifetime – they won’t regret it!

Chile is also home to the best ski resorts in South America. From December through February, Chile is the winter wonderland that attracts thousands of people every year. You can choose from more than 20 ski resorts, or spend your days on the beach instead. The choice is yours.

Ireland

Yes, Ireland – there’s a reason why it’s called the Emerald Isle. This place is literally covered in green. There’s the lush Irish countryside, with its rolling hills and emerald-green pastures, and there’s also one of the densest forests in Europe. And if you’re lucky, you can even spot a leprechaun with his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Ireland is one of the most picturesque countries in the world. Many people say that Ireland is like a fairytale – and if you like fairytales and want to make your dreams come true, this country is right for you.

Nordic Countries

The Scandinavian countries are well-known for their stunning green landscapes. Many people dream of visiting the fjords and the mountains of Norway, watching the northern lights dance in the sky above them, hiking in the forests of Sweden, or visiting the famous thousand lakes of Finland.

If you live in a big city, you might want to forget about your problems and go on a hiking trip for a few days. Let the fresh air and the stunning views cleanse your mind and soul. And when you get back home, you’ll feel like a completely new person.

Conclusion

It’s not hard to see why nature is so important to us. It’s what makes us feel alive, and it’s what makes us happy. It’s time for you to take care of your happiness.

Getting close to nature is one of the best, most relaxing things in this world. And when you’re there with your loved one, nature is even better! If you’re planning to surprise your partner with an anniversary trip, why not take them to one of the green destinations mentioned in this article? We guarantee that you won’t regret it!

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