Travelling is the most enriching experience a human being can have; definitely, people who #travel frequently, own an incalculable treasure. In these moments when humanity is suffering from the famous stress, from the UK to the Far East, it is necessary to stop in our day to day and reflect a little about what is most important for us. Generally, we base our lives on work, leaving aside family and health itself; for this reason, travelling to magical places is the best decision, since we can interact with nature and if you have a backpacking spirit this article is for you. Here we recommend three destinations that we know you will love

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Sierra Gorda, Querétaro (Mexico)

It is located in the State of Querétaro and is consider a Biosphere Reserve. It has almost 400 thousand hectares, which is practically one-third of the state. In this ecosystem, we can find areas of thorny scrub, forests of cedars and high jungles bordering the Huasteca, where we can find natural treasures such as waterfalls, caves, basements, wells, canyons and magical natural lookouts. In the region, you will find hostels that are located in strategic places, where you can spend the night. These hostels have certified guides and all the equipment to make the excursions. It is recommended people wear waterproof clothing and comfortable shoes. In this beautiful place, you can also sleep in tents and practice the descent down the river or rafting

Iguazú National Park (Argentina)

How do you feel about the smell and the sounds of the jungle and the water? This you can experience if you decide to travel to this magical #national park. In this park, we find the Iguazú Falls, located on the Iguazú River, on the border between the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná. It is considered one of the modern wonders and is a World Heritage Site. It is recommended to visit this place wearing comfortable clothes and light footwear. You must take enough liquid to drink as the walks are long. The Iguazú National Park is open every day of the year without exception. The rates are expressed in Argentine pesos and can only be paid in that currency and in cash.

Tayrona National Natural Park, where the jungle meets the ocean (Colombia)

This natural wonder is located in the Caribbean region of Colombia. It is considered one of the most important natural parks in the world, covering a habitat with a large number of species that are endemic to the regions with different thermal floors, ranging from sea level to heights of 900 m. Of the 15,000 hectares that make up the park, 3,000 are a marine area where you can practice diving, descend rivers, camp and enjoy campfires in the middle of a night full of stars. More than 350 species of algae are distribute in the maritime strip of the park, while the terrestrial flora has more than 770 different species of plants. Its tropical landscape, coral formations, white beaches, rocky coastline, mangroves, and lagoons characterize this park. Visitors will also find archaeological ruins that denote the existence of human settlements of the tribe Tayrona that occupied the region from pre-Columbian times until well into the colonization period. It is considered one of the most important ecological reserves in South America. These places are waiting for you. #Latin America