That are Absolutely Breathtaking to Visit

Whether you’re a novice or an experienced hiker, that unpredictability of life that backpacking commands makes you reluctant to return to a normal life in the city, to take your place in the rat race. Whether you look for spirituality, adventure, friendship, new cultures, or just beauty in nature, you know that a single backpacking adventure has the capacity to change you forever. There are some amazingly breathtaking places to go in the world, good places where you will find happiness at the cheapest prices, with just a backpack of 50 liters to carry your world in.

You learn so many things by interacting with people all over the world, without the artificiality and blindfolds that accompany a vacation with luxuries. There are so many opportunities to make friends everywhere you go, and to promise to one day return and visit them. When you’re out there, you know that this was how it was meant to be, that this was what humans were made for: living free.
Some Breathtaking Places Which Should be on Your Bucket List
The Everest Base Camp Trail, Nepal
Mount Everest
Anything that has Everest in its name is bound to be difficult, but this one is moderate. It starts and ends at Lukla, at an altitude of 18,192 feet above sea level. About 116 km (70 miles), it takes you through scenic mountain routes on which you see some of the highest peaks in the world at close quarters, like the Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and Lhotse, all at very low prices. There are sherpa villages to be stayed in, and harsh conditions to be acclimatized to, but it’s all worth it!

North Drakensberg Traverse, South Africa
A walk on the Drakensberg escarpment in South Africa, is about 65 km long. It is the ridge that borders the Lesotho plateau of the Drakensberg mountains at the border between Lesotho and South Africa. The view from the escarpment goes down 1800 m (the mountains themselves being about 3000 m high). If you plan accordingly, you can visit the San Rock Paintings, which are a world heritage site. The lushness of the area will surprise you, since it is one of the more forgotten parts of the world.
The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Peru
Machu Picchu, Peru
Peru is a beautiful country where you can plan budget travel and have an amazing time. There are several alternative routes to Machu Picchu from the surrounding terrain, so you may customize your experience as much as possible, (provided you carry permits). Three of the main ones are The Classic, The Mollepatta, and the One Day routes, ranging in difficulty and anywhere between one- to ten-day treks. You are guaranteed plenty of ruins, llamas, and mountains to last you a lifetime.