Must-See Deserts Across The Globe

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To your surprise, deserts can be both be in hot and cold climates and you’ll come to see they can be some of the most stunning sights in the world. They are extremely diverse and there can be so much to do from riding a quad bike to sand surfing whilst you enjoy the epic landscapes.

With plenty of deserts across the world, some stand above the rest. This article will be your ultimate guide to finding some of the most stunning locations around if you are planning get the full experience.

Some of the most stunning deserts can be seen across the Trans Siberian train route. If you are on the look-out for Trans-Siberian tours, then there are plenty of great options you can take to suit your timeline, budget and preferences.

DESERTS YOU MUST INCLUDE IN YOUR BUCKET LIST

We have a whole host of must-see deserts listed below. Whether you want to book a desert spa day or go visit somewhere where history was made, here are some of our top collections for deserts across the world:

Gobi Desert

The largest desert in Asia, the Gobi Desert spans 1,600 km and is also considered to be the 5th largest desert in the globe. Talk to your tour provider and book in a stay in one of those Mongolian Gers for a unique experience. What’s make this desert more interesting is the archaeological importance it holds. Plenty of fossils have been found in the Gobi Desert, including the dinosaur eggs discovered in 1923.

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Namib

This desert is located in Africa and is amongst one of the oldest known deserts to man on the planet and spans for miles and miles. Bordering South Africa and Angola, you will get a glimpse so the most impressive flora and other wildlife. You’ll even be surprised to discover elephants that can survive for days without water so can survive in the harsh environment of the dessert for a while.

Atacama

Situated in the Andes South America, this is known to be one of the driest deserts and has no recorded record of rain since its discovery. This fascinating location is actually much lower in temperature than most deserts and is often foggy so if you don’t like handling high heat, this may be the place to go!

The Sahara

One of the most famous and well-known is the Sahara Desert in North Africa. Going on for a stunning 3.6 million sq. miles, you will find it both the biggest and by far the hottest location on the planet. There are plenty of beautiful dunes that occupy the sand and you will also see plenty of rocky areas alongside small areas of grassland. The occasional mountain will appear too alongside several wildlife and fauna to make for a highly interesting trip.

These are just a few of the most popular and exciting desert locations on the planet. If you are looking for an adventure, be sure to get planning for an unforgettable journey.

 

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