Top 7 Happiest Countries In The World

Probably your idea of happiness is an emerald blue beach of the Caribbean, a glass of vintage red wine on the French Riviera, or a surprise hotel upgrade, but what about the happiness of a nation? Yes, you read it right. Have you ever thought about your own nation’s happiness? Possibly, NOT! Now you wonder if certain countries are happier than yours. YES, is the answer to this question!

Health, wealth, love, companionship, freedom, and security – happiness means something different to everyone. Some people are happier than others. Similarly, some countries are happier than the rest. It is tongue-in-cheek that some of the coldest countries with the most depressing weather are actually the happiest countries on the planet.
Finland, Happiest Country in the World

What Makes A Country Happy?

Most of the people in the happiest nations live longer, better, healthier, and happier lives. These happy countries have a better work-life balance. From a four/six-hour workday to a lot of paid vacation, people have more time and energy for their families, friends, and communities. Financial support is another the most important factor which contributes to the country’s happiness score. In countries that offer well pay, public pension, or almost free health coverage, people are comparatively happier.

Want to be surrounded by joyful locals on your next holiday trip? Head to these world’s happiest destinations experiences them for yourself:

Finland - Hidden Gem

Finland is a pandora’s box of experiences! From the lively art-filled cities of Helsinki to the depths of the boreal forests, from the sea to the snow, from rivers to vast wilderness areas, the thinly-inhabited outer archipelago, for the young and old alike, Finland is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. This is likely because it is so far from the normal tourist routes, but the country’s various cultural and historical attractions add to the unspoiled natural surroundings to make it a perfect destination. Your next trip to Finland will certainly be thrilling and will leave you coming back for more.

Denmark - Cool and Calm

Denmark is a small but happy country that comprises of mesmerizing landscapes where the visitors can soak in the natural beauty of the surroundings. This country is blessed with a perfect mixture of artistic architecture, breathtaking landscapes, glorious beaches, lush green forests, striking islands, colorful harbors, beautiful cathedrals, fairytale castles, and medieval complexes that make visitors fall in love with Denmark instantly.

Switzerland - It’s Swiss

Banks, trains, watches, army knives, chocolates, melted cheese, cakes, Federer, beautiful childhood fantasies – if there is a single word that can describe all of these, it’s Swiss. Switzerland, to be clearer. Ravishing alpine scenery oozing out from storybook villages, sparkling turquoise lakes, emerald valleys, glaciers, snow-capped peaks of the Alps, and picturesque lakeside hamlets – the dreamland Switzerland is an extended metaphor for all the fairy tales one could ever imagine. So, if you're planning your next holiday, then Switzerland is an ideal destination for you.

Iceland - Island of Fire and Ice

Wild, windswept, and covered with ice caps right from south to the Arctic north, Iceland is a place of hot volcanoes, enthralling fishing towns, rugged canyons, glaciers, waterfalls, massive fjords, blistering hot springs, and buzzing vodka bars. This land has a distinct cultural heritage of music, songs, art, literature, and cuisine that you’ll surely find captivating too. This happy Iceland offers you a wonderful travel experience unlike anywhere else on the planet.

Norway - Dreamland

One of the most prosperous and happy countries, Norway has made its way into the bucket list of each passionate traveller around the globe. From snow-capped mountains, magnificent fjords, and plenty of churches and lighthouses, there are so many places to visit in Norway for that perfect trip with family, friends, and couples. Above everything else, it is the dream come true for many travellers to catch a rare glimpse of the breathtaking Northern Lights at least once in their lifetime. I hope Norway given you a sense of wanderlust and helped you plan your next trip.

Netherlands - Crown Jewel of Europe

One of the happiest lands of Europe, Netherlands is an amazing holiday destination that steals away the heart of every traveller. It’s a treasure trove of heritage – of rich history and unique cultural legacy along with astounding architecture, scenic water canals, classic windmills, and magnificent flower fields. This is a quick glance at some of the best things to see in the Netherlands that will ignite your wanderlust and make you pack your bags right away.

Sweden - Winter Wonderland

How does one describe a nation that has given the world the Vikings… well, you get the idea. Sweden - a traveller’s paradise. This happy place is famous for its spectacular landscape, rich history, majestic lakes, stunning scenery, exotic cities, beautiful fishing villages, tempting Swedish cuisine, and being the land of reindeer and endless summer sun. One thing is sure that you'll never be bored in this joyful country because there are several things to do here right from outdoor adventures like trekking, boating, hiking, camping, etc to explore the historic treasures.

A memorable vacation is nothing short of a dream come true for the travellers looking for striking experiences and out-of-the-world landscapes. So, try to leave behind your monotonous schedule and plan your next trip to one of the happiest countries right away!

Traveler's Guide To Enjoy At Home During COVID-19 Quarantine

Stay Home During Covid-19 Quarantine

Stay At Home – Enjoy Every Moment

Since traveling during the coronavirus epidemic has been put on hold, at this time travel lovers can explore some other alternatives from the comfort of home:

Plan itineraries you have been dreaming of

As per coronavirus travel advice, travel is not possible this time, so one can make a list of their dream destinations worldwide and discuss them with the travel agent/ trip organizer, via email or audio/ video call, to figure out the best season to visit. This amazing time can also be utilized to plan the budget and make a thorough itinerary for the trip.

Read those books lying on your shelf

Pick a book you always wanted to read but knew had no time to finish.

Creative cooking

You can start consuming time to empty your cupboards of food and cook creatively. For this, you can explore different cuisines and dishes on the internet.

Web series to binge-watch

This is the perfect time to catch up on all the web series and movies in the long list one made.

Focus on yourself

You can start being creative again: start writing a novel or book, or start painting or drawing again. There will be no better time than this. So, you could also start doing exercise/yoga every morning and meditation.

Enjoy time with your children

People must use this exciting opportunity to spend quality time with family and create beautiful memories. Might be this is the time you actually realize that you want to work less in the future and spend more time with your family.

Manage home chores

It has mostly been either office work or household chores for all of us. For the first time, you could plan your day and manage 100% of both simultaneously without compromising on any of the two. Your home will look like a prettier version of home, with cleaner and greener corners.

Explore different types of sports

This precious time can also be used to explore the different kinds of adventure sports that are easily available using the internet so that one can take part in them once the threat of COVID-19 goes away.

During this emergency, the citizens have no other responsibility but to stay at home and stay safe, follow the hygiene protocol, and follow the coronavirus guidelines given by the health authorities. By following these few simple measures, the world can fight off this pandemic.

How Covid-19 Has Affected Travel

Covid-19 - Corona Virus

We more often plan big things for ourselves without knowing what the next minute holds for us. Corona or COVID-19 came to our lives in one such way– surprising, unpredictable, and without any prior notice or not even a warning.

Initially, most of the people took it as just another news, until the hard-hitting news of coronavirus update of the rising number of death count from adjacent countries and the Hon'ble Prime Minister's address to the nation knockout our screens.

Travel Industry Worst Hit by COVID-19

During this time of a global pandemic, the travel industry is one of the hardest-hit by the outbreak of novel coronavirus. This virus has affected the economies of all the republics and nations and left its impact on all small- & large-scale industries, leaving travel and tourism as one of the most affected due to any external or internal shocks or stresses.

While most countries have already been placed under lockdowns, many others are moving towards similar measures. With the government now taking several steps to tackle the challenge, the situation seems to have become very serious. While international flights had already been constrained, the stoppage of trains, metros, taxis, local buses, and domestic flights already impacted the tourism sector. In this regard, the latest epidemic of COVID-19 virus has caused havoc all over the globe.

At this time, tourism which is one of the biggest and fastest-growing industries is dealing with unprecedented turbulence, the closure of borders, and more limitations will just worsen the blow. Whereas the financial impact of the outbreak is cannot be calculated quite yet and the losses & fatalities that would be incurred yet to be estimated, if the condition doesn’t come back to normalcy in a short span, the losses in terms of lives as well as economy across the world could be gigantic.

Coronavirus Hits Airlines

Since the early beginning of 2020, more and more countries across the world shut down borders and restrict travel as a response to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Thus, called off almost all flights to control the spread of the COVID-19 has affected the entire airline industry worldwide.

  • With national, as well as international travel, closed, demand for turbine fuel will significantly decline.
  • Large scale cancellations. As per the latest travel updates, the hotel, aviation, and travel & tourism sector together may suffer a loss of about billion dollars due to travel limitations imposed on foreign travelers.
  • Inbound, as well as Outbound travel from one country to another, will be at an all-time low.
  • Impact of coronavirus epidemic likely to be felt on both blue as well as white-collar jobs.

Discover The Best European Road Trip

Best Road Trips in Europe

A road trip can be so mesmerising that just getting out of your comfort zone and exploring the hidden places on your way can draw a permanent mark in your travel life. Especially if its a trip to Europe, what more could one ask for. Driving by car is one of the best ways to escape and discover the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. The fascinating landscapes will make anyone fall head over heels in love with the place.

Here are the best road trips to some of our favorite destinations in Europe:

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Our 7 Day Travel Itinerary to Azerbaijan

Discover Baku with Plan For A Trip

It's 2019 and we have completed our 2nd international trip of the year. This time, we traveled to Azerbaijan.

For those, who are not much aware of Azerbaijan, it is a beautiful country by the Caspian Sea that lies on the ancient Silk Road in Central Asia and one of the lesser-known. Azerbaijan is often referred to as "The Land of Fire", and also well known for having 9 out of the 11 climates around the world.

Let's check out our ultimate 7-day Azerbaijan itinerary. It includes sightseeing, major tourist attractions, the best food joints, the most exciting things to do and more. In case, if you feel anything is missing in this itinerary, please write in the comment box for the travelers to read.

We planned this trip with friends. On 10th August 2019, we arrived in Baku, which is the capital city of Azerbaijan and our tour guide was already there waiting for us. Since I had already prepared the travel itinerary, so the role of the guide was just to take us to places we wanted to visit. πŸ˜‰

We started our first day's voyage by exploring Baku, the Land of Magic Carpets.

Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum and Little Venice

Carpet Museum in Baku
Carpet Museum in Baku
Our first place was the Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum. The carpet museum was huge but not up to our expectations because we have seen much better handmade carpets in India. The carpet museum stores a rich collection of artifacts and carpets (Azerbaijan's most valuable heritage).

After the Carpet Museum, we explored the Little Venice of the city. But we couldn't get a chance to ride on a boat because there was a huge line for the ticket. And no one available at the ticket counter. So, we had to leave.

Tickets for Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum
For adults: 7 Manat
For pupils and students: 3 AZN

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Friday - 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
Saturday to Sunday - 10:00 am - 08:00 pm
Closed: Monday

Heydar Aliyev Center

Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku
Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku
On the 2nd day (11th August 2019), we visited the Heydar Aliyev Center, which is one of the most impressive buildings in Baku. The architecture of this building is magnificent inside out. The center has a conference hall (auditorium), a gallery hall and a museum. You can find many artifacts of Azerbaijan architecture, crafts, traditions, and much more.

The iconic Heydar Aliyev Center was designed by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid and is famous for its distinctive flowing, curved style that eschews sharp angles. She was the first female architect to win the Museum’s Design of the Year Award for designing the Center.

It is a must-visit place in Baku. Even if you don't have time to visit the center, you must at least view it from the garden outside. There are giant colorful snails and rabbit sculptures all over the grass. There's plenty of space for kids to run and play outside. Make sure you carry water and snacks with you. As there is no shade outside, it will be quite uncomfortable on a hot sunny day. It's a great place for photography, especially with the I Love Baku sign.

Tickets for Heydar Aliyev Museum
For adults: 15 Manat
Children under 6: Free

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Friday - 11:00 am - 07:00 pm
Saturday to Sunday - 11:00 am - 06:00 pm
Closed: Monday

We spent almost half of our day in the Heydar Aliyev Museum and then planned to visit Ateshgah and Yanar Dag on the same day.

Ateshgah - Fire Temple

Fire Temple in Ateshgah
Fire Temple in Ateshgah
We heard a lot about Ateshgah before visiting Baku. It's a temple of fire-worshippers. The Ateshgah often called the "Fire Temple of Baku" is a castle-like religious temple that was used as a Hindu, Sikh, and Zoroastrian place of worship. But it was turned into a museum in 1975. There's nothing much to explore but it's worth visiting the place for once.

Yanar Dag - Fire Mountain

Fire Mountain in Azerbaijan
Fire Mountain, Yanar Dag, Azerbaijan
Yanar Dag is the mysterious "fire mountain" in Azerbaijan. This natural gas fire blazes continuously alongside the edge of the hill. The locals state that this fire never goes out. The fire keeps on burning even with rain and snow.

Tickets for Yanar Dag - Fire Mountain
For adults: 3 Manat
Children under 6: Free

Opening Hours
7 Days a week - 09:00 am - 06:00 pm

Nizami Street and Old Baku City

Nizami Street is a large pedestrian and shopping street in downtown Baku, Azerbaijan. We all headed to roam into the famous Nizami Street where we enjoyed a nice walk, gossiping around and taking pictures.

I would recommend to not miss walking around Nizami Street and trying their food outlets. And in terms of food, I would say that you must have "Doner Kabab" from Doner House.

Gobustan (Qobustan) National Park

Qobustan National Park in Azerbaijan
Gobustan National Park in Azerbaijan
On the 3rd day (12 August 2019), we started our tour from the Gobustan National Park. It is a hilly mountain site featuring an outstanding collection of more than 6,000 rock engravings and petroglyphs. The mountains display mesmerizing images of prehistoric life in the Caucasus. The reserve also features the remains of inhabited caves, settlements, and burials.

After completing the park tour, we saw two local women making Qutab for the tourists. (Qutab is an ancient Azerbaijani cuisine.) It is made from thinly rolled dough filled with some green leaves as stuffing. Although we were not very hungry, we tried and it was very delicious. πŸ˜‹

Mud Volcanoes

Mud Volcano in Azerbaijan
Mud Volcano in Gobustan
The Gobustan tour is not completed yet. Apart from rock art engravings, Gobustan will amaze you with mud volcanoes. These mud volcanoes are supposed to have healing qualities. The location is off-road, so it is recommended to hire a tour guide. A guide will arrange the tour to see Gobustan’s petroglyphs and mud volcanoes on the same day. We also did the same.

Most of the world's mud volcanoes are located in Azerbaijan. This bubbly oozing mud is cold with no lava, so it's completely safe to get up close. Scientifically, methane and carbon dioxide gases released from deep within the Earth causing Gobustan's mud volcanoes to keep bubbling, releasing a slow drizzle of wet mud. We had fun covering our hands and faces in the mud. After washing out the mud, it left our skin feeling soft and smooth. I would recommend you to not miss this fun part. πŸ˜„

After the Gobustan tour, we headed back to Baku and went to Maharani restaurant for dinner. The aroma of the restaurant was good and the food was delicious.

An Evening in Baku

Fairmont Flame Towers in Baku
Fairmont Flame Towers in Baku
Later we went for a walk at Baku Boulevard which is also known as Denizkenari Milli Park. This park runs parallel to Baku's seafront, located on the shore of the Caspian Sea. It is an amazing place to admire the sunrise and sunset. And the view of Baku Flame Towers from seafront near Milli Park is also stunning. The towers can be seen from almost anywhere in the city, but the night is when they truly come alive. I liked walking in the city and admiring the beauty more than anything else in Baku.

After heading back to our hotel in Baku, we took some rest and later that night, we went to The 15th Restaurant and Terrace located on the 15th floor in our hotel to have Shisha. It was an elegant furnishing terrace with live music. We were confused between so many Shisha flavors available in their menu. The waiter helped us by offering their special Shisha. I don't remember the name but it was the best Shisha we have ever had. It was a perfect way to end the day.

Our 4th day (13 Aug 2019) was planned to visit Gabala, a city in northern Azerbaijan. This city is quite famous for its beautiful lake and cable car ride. We checked out of the hotel in Baku and headed to Gabala where we had already booked the hotel, White Boutique in Gabala for one night. We decided to cover some of the famous tourist places in Gabala before hotel check-in. We stopped at some viewpoints on our way and spent our road trip by playing multiple rounds of Dumb Charades. Oh, I forgot to mention this before... we had been playing Dumb Charades all the time in the car. It was the best and my favorite part of the trip.

Tufandag Ski Resort

Tufandag Cable Car Ride
Tufandag Cable Car Ride
Our first main tourist destination was the Tufandag Ski Resort Complex in Gabala (Qabala) for the cable car ride. It took us around 4 hours from Baku to reach there. We reached late in the afternoon and didn't have proper lunch, so we put our hands on some snacks in the complex first and then purchased the tickets. I don't remember the ticket price now.

It was a great experience riding a cable car that climbs 1660 m high up to the mountain. It was so amazing that I could imagine the view in winter when there will be snow. It's a paradise for locals. It's a must-visit place for all nature lovers and adventure seekers.

Nohur Lake

Nohur Lake in Qabala
Nohur Lake
Our next destination was Nohur Lake in Gabala (Qabala). It's a very beautiful lake surrounded by mountains, located 700 m above sea level. I love those places where you can just go and relax and escape from the noise of the city. It was such a nice place.

We hired a boat to ride on the lake and enjoyed the surrounding landscape. It was fun. We also had the street corn which was made similar to the one we have in India, which we call Bhutta.

After the Lake, we headed towards the White Boutique hotel to check-in. Thankfully, we had informed at the hotel about our late check-in, so we had time. On our way to the hotel, we stopped at a restaurant, Raja Indian and Azerbaijani Cuisine for dinner. The food was amazing with their special drink Ayran. Ayran is more like Masala Chaas (Spiced Buttermilk) in India. Later that night, we checked-in to the hotel that features a huge garden, which we liked the most.

We woke up quite early the next day to see the hotel surroundings. It looked lovely with the sunrays scattered on the mountains surrounding the hotel.

It was our 5th day (14th August 2019) in Azerbaijan and we had it all planned. We were going to explore the beautiful Yeddi Gozal Waterfall in Gabala and then Goygol lake in Ganja.

Yeddi Gozel Waterfall

The Yeddi Gozel Waterfall is a beautiful natural landscape surrounded by nature in Gabala (Qabala). Some people say that it is hyped but I feel, it all depends on the season you are visiting this place. For us, it was a good time to enjoy nature and the waterfall view in Yeddi Gozel Waterfall. To reach there, our guide stopped at a place where we had to hire another guide because you need an off-road vehicle to reach there. Once there, it was quite a long walk to climb the stairs to reach the waterfall. When we reached, it was so nice to feel the cold breeze coming out of the waterfall and there was a small place to sit and eat as well. We tried Azerbaijan's local tea, which was appetizing.

Please note: There are some steep and slippery stairs that you need to climb to reach the waterfall. So, I will not recommend ladies wearing heels. Put on something with a great grip.

Goygol Lake

Goygol Lake in Azerbaijan
Goygol Lake
After visiting the waterfall, we went to the Goygol Lake. The name Goygol means Blue Lake in Azerbaijani language. The. It is a lake with pure mountain water that was created due to an earthquake a long time ago. When we reached the entrance of the lake, it was around 10 minutes walk downhill to the Lake. We took some nice pictures going down the hill. It is one of the most beautiful and cleanest lakes in the world. We clearly saw the underwater life as the water in Blue Lake is very clear and it was beautiful.

Maralgol Lake

Maralgol Lake
Maralgol Lake
We still had time to visit another lake, so our guide recommended visiting Maralgol Lake which is connected with Goygol ("Blue Lake") via Akhsu River. The lake is surrounded by mountains and dense forests. It is also considered as one of the most beautiful and picture-perfect places in Azerbaijan.

We took Marshrutka (public transportation) to go up to Maragol Lake. It took s about 15 minutes from Goygol to reach Maragol. From the drop off point, we climbed approx. 300 stairs. You can also ride a horse if you find difficulty in climbing upstairs. The Maralgol Lake is incredibly beautiful surrounded by a stunning landscape.

You can skip the Nohur Lake for once but definitely not the Goygol Lake and Maralgol Lake.

We were too tired and hungry. So, we decided to have dinner at the same restaurant, Raja Indian and Azerbaijani Cuisine. πŸ˜‹

There was not much left in our itinerary for the remaining days, except a few.

For the 6th day (15th August 2019), we had already booked a resort in Sheki - Sheki Olimpiya Hotel and Resort. So, we checked out from Gabala and visited some places on the way to Sheki.

Gabala Shooting Club

We went to the Gabala Shooting Club first where we enjoyed shooting. It was a nice experience. There were many shooting options like shooting with pistols, rifles, and archery. We opted for the indoor rifle shooting. Though there was waiting time, we enjoyed when we got our turn.

Our next destination was food, lol. We had an amazing lunch at Delhi Karachi Darbar restaurant.

After lunch, we went to a local shop on our way from Gabala to Sheki to buy some local fruit jams and sweets. We bought the White Cherry Jam and Mixed Fruit Jam. We can say it was yum because we were having it every day in our breakfast in the hotels/resorts we stayed in.

After buying Azerbaijan's local sweets and jams, our guide took us to a lake. I don't remember the name of the lake with a waterfall. I personally didn't like it much. So, there's nothing much to talk about that.

Palace of Sheki Khans

Sheki Khans' Palace
Sheki Khans' Palace (Source: Wikipedia)
Finally, we entered the Sheki and went to visit the famous Khan's Palace. But it was our bad that the palace entry was temporarily closed for tourism. Our tour guide told us that a branch of the old tree (dated 1530) with a diameter of about 50 centimeters fell on the territory of the palace a few days back and some tourists got injured. So, we just took some pictures from the outside and headed to check-in at Sheki Olimpiya Hotel and Resort.

We reached the resort late at night so we couldn't really see how it looked like. The next morning, we woke up early to walk through the resort and it was so beautiful that we ended up taking too many photos. There was no other place to visit in our itinerary so we decided to stay in the resort and just explore the resort. It was huge with a lot of greenery and a kid's play area.

We checked out after spending some quality time with our group in the resort and headed back to Baku. On our way, we again went to the same restaurant, Delhi Karachi Darbar for lunch. We checked-in late at the Soffia hotel in Baku that we booked for one night only we had to catch an early morning flight on 17th.

When it was night and we went to explore the Baku city. It was a nice time out there. We found a nice restaurant for dinner i.e. Maharaja Restaurant. After dinner, we just walked around the city and went back to the hotel.

On 17th Aug 2019, we traveled back to Dubai with lots of happy memories.

Please note that the above information is based on our travel experience in Azerbaijan.

5 Ways Travelling Makes You A Better Person

Benefits of Traveling
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Still wondering if you need to save that money or invest it travelling and making memories? We have got your back πŸ˜‰.

Travelling, as it may seem to people around you or that distant relative or family who always bugs to save money for better things, is not the waste of your hard earned money. In fact it is a treat to an exhausted mind of yours. The purpose of travel is to become a better person.

There may be numerous things you want to do in life, but you should never let travelling be out of your schedule. Traveling makes you happy, gives you a purpose of your life, boosts your confidence, and do much more. The benefits of travelling are many and below are a few of them to push you to plan for the trip you've been rescheduling for months now. 😜

Travelling provides peace of mind

The daily hectic schedule of our busy lives gives us much stress and tension. Travelling helps in reconnecting with the beauty in our surroundings and ensures the peace of mind. Select a relaxing destination to find peace in your mind and life.

Travelling gives you lifetime memories to cherish

You travel a place once but the memories stay in your heart forever. You relish it lifelong. The people, the experiences, the beauty, all exists in our memories forever. These travel memories make your life meaningful.

Travelling helps you revive your relations

Be it family, friends or the love of your life, travelling together always bring people closer to each other. We get so indulge in our lives that at times we forget giving attention and making efforts in our relationships. While travelling together, we focus on having a good time and enjoying the company of our loved ones. It will always revive the freshness and spark in your relations.

Travelling enhances your character and makes you a better person than ever before

Unknown places, Unknown people, and sometimes language barriers. You overcome all these when you are travelling. You become more adaptive, and you learn more. Travel makes you open minded. You are open to new things in life where each and every thing you learn stays with you forever. You become better than your own self.

Travelling makes you realize what home means to you

Better said - "Nothing is better than going home to family and eating good food and relaxing."
After travelling, you will yearn more for coming back to your home more than ever. It is the ultimate destination after all.

With these being only a few reasons for you to feel motivated for travelling, you need to try and explore more. Share your experiences, make new friends, make your life worth living and keep on collecting your travelling stories to tell your children and grandchildren.

World is beautiful... you just need to push yourself and leave your spark wherever you travel.

Travel Photos: Dubai Miracle Garden

Dubai Miracle Garden

If you're planning a trip to Dubai, do not ever miss the Miracle Garden and explore the stunning floral display in the middle of the desert. It's the best place to capture the colorful photos and get yourself lost in the fragrance of flowers. The 7th season of Dubai Miracle Garden has unveiled a re-imagined Disney Avenue and here are some stunning travel photos of this season:

Miracle Garden Displays, Dubai

Floral Display in Dubai Miracle Garden

Floral Display in Miracle Garden

Blooming Daisy Duck in Miracle Garden

Miracle Garden Entry View

Floral House in Dubai Miracle Garden

Floral Teddy in Miracle Garden, Dubai

Dubai Miracle Garden View

Emirates Plane in Dubai Miracle Garden

Floral Display of Peacock in Dubai Miracle Garden