The beautiful summer is about to go by with the most meaningful moments you have with your lover and your family. It is time for all of us to look for most ideal tourist destinations for a fantastic fall of 2011. Let’s see the full list we compiled.
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
Founded in 1949, this is named the oldest national park in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia. One fantastic reason why Plitvice Lakes is voted for best fall trips 2011 is its important north-south road connection, which passes through the national park area, connects the Croatian inland with the Mediterranean coastal region. One more interesting reason is that this national park is worldwide famous for its lakes arranged in cascade and houses abundant wildlife including 261 species of birds.
Plitvice Lakes in Croatia are also worldwide known for their extraordinary colors, ranging from azure to green, grey or blue which change constantly based on the quantity of minerals or organisms
A friendly trip with dimensions of only 68,036 square miles/176,215 square kilometers and lively and fantastic beach scene force Uruguay to become a favorite getaway for the South American jet set
Located between Guadeloupe and Martinique in Caribbean Sea, Dominica is a special place with a lack of white sandy beaches and an overabundance of rainfall
Southern Africa’s youngest nation is well known for its vast windswept deserts with the famous name: “place of dry water”
Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec
The 11,714-square-mile Gaspé Peninsula is Quebec’s wind-and-sea-sculpted continuation of the Appalachian range with five natural areas
This gorgeous scene is home to the world’s largest concentration of the saltwater-filled and glaciated valleys
Messinia Region, Greece
Sun-drenched hills and valleys are dotted with stone houses, vaulted tombs from the Mycenaean era, Byzantine churches, and medieval castles are the most attractive factors in Messinia Region
The best time for a guided hiking tour in this Southeast Asian country is the dry season from November to April to view the exotic, endemic wildlife, including leopard cats, Javan mongooses, goat antelopes, and Malayan sun bears
The limestone cliffs, coral atolls, mangroves, white sandy beaches, and coral reefs bring Palawan one of the Philippines' most biodiverse terrestrial and marine environments
The second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia is home to over 7,000 stone nuraghi towers, Bronze Age castles built between 1600 and 1100 B.C.
Most Ideal Tourist Destinations in Fall 2011: Sardinia, Italy