If you are planning on visiting a wide range of countries and learning everything there is about different cultures and traditions, one of the things that you should not miss out on doing is following the amazing blog of Bashar Ibrahim. Now, you might be wondering – who is he? Well, he is a traveler that loves sharing his experiences with other people by posting content on his blog.

Reading his blog will not only help you decide where you might want to travel next but, it will also allow you to learn what you should know about specific countries, as well as what you can choose to do once there. Let’s take a look at some of the countries he has visited and the adventures he had there:

1. The Wild, Yet Beautiful Africa


We will kick off this list with one of Bashar’s favorite travel experiences, the time he spent on a safari in the wild, yet, incredibly beautiful Africa. There are so many amazing things that you can experience there and this is one of the main reasons why you might want to opt for doing the same things as he, escaping reality by going on a safari.

Keep in mind that you’ll not be able to have a similar experience anywhere else, especially since you’ll be in the front row seat for seeing the most incredible plants and animals, including different species of trees, found only in Africa, as well as seeing animals that are endangered.

2. The Home to Hobbits, Elves, And Orcs – New Zealand


If you, by any chance read more information on Bashar Ibrahim, then you know that he is one of the biggest fans of ‘The Lord of The Rings’. This makes it quite logical that he opted for visiting evergreen New Zealand. If you are interested in seeing some of the most amazing scenes and locations in the world, this magnificent country is for you.

Besides visiting the amazing locations that can be seen in both trilogies – ‘The Lord of the Rings’ and ‘The Hobbit’ – there is actually a lot of things that you can do once there including sports such as paragliding and mountain climbing, as well as biking, kayaking, and snorkeling.

3. The Country of Love, Italy


According to Bashar, Italy is a place that needs to be on your ‘must-visit’ list. Although relatively small, it is rich in history and cultural wonders, and besides some of the amazing attractions and sightseeing locations, you’ll also be able to try some of the most amazing food in the world.

But, besides eating, you can also choose to attend some authentic cooking classes like Bashar where he learned how to create organic pasta. Of course, besides indulging your senses in amazing food, there is also a wide range of other things that you can see and visit there, including some incredible coastal towns.

4. The Ultimate Climbing Range, The Himalayas


There is not a lot of individuals that dare to travel to the Himalayas. Although it is mesmerizing and incredibly breathtaking, it is also cold and dangerous at times. People who opt for going there can climb the most famous mountain range by Pakistan, Tibet, India, or Nepal.

Although Bashar did not climb Mount Everest, he did hike to the base camp located in Nepal, which is something you can also choose to do. This will allow you to see some of the most breathtaking locations in your life, and if there, Bashar suggests that you should not forget to bring your camera with you.

5. The Purely Mesmerizing, Tasmania


As you might already know, Tasmania is the smallest area in Australia, however, no one can deny that it is also the most unique place there. While the hot and commonly dry weather is characteristic for Australia, Tasmania is different when it comes to the weather. The winters are usually quite cold, while the summers are not as humid and hot as it is in the rest of the country.

If you ask Bashar about it, he will probably tell you that you should begin with visiting Hobart – which is the capital of Tasmania – where you’ll be able to try some of the best food in the world. He also suggests that you might want to hike through the bushlands and sanctuaries known by the population of an endangered animal species known as the Tasmanian Devil

6. The Cherry Tree Capital, Kyoto


Japan is the most culturally rich country, which is one of the reasons why it is always on the top of ‘must-travel to’ lists. Although there is something interesting in each and every state and town, Kyoto might be the destination you would want to opt for visiting. According to Bashar, you should choose to see Kyoto during spring because you’ll witness cherry trees blossoming – which is something Japan is generally known for.

7. The Never Boring, Vienna


If you are like Bashar, then you probably love exploring different cities, getting lost in the endless labyrinths of streets, as well as seeing some amazing architecture, Vienna, the center of Austria is your best option. Why? It has everything a tourist would want to see, try, and do.

Besides its amazing architecture, there are various things that you can see including castles, monuments, and some incredible churches, but, you’ll also be able to try the best coffee and food out there. If you are a fan of classical music, you can choose to visit the location where Beethoven passed away in.


As you can see Bashar had some of the most amazing journeys and adventures during his life. He did not only visit a lot of countries and places that are truly mesmerizing but, he has also had some of the best experiences with the locals and he did try various meals and beverages during all of his travels.

So, now that you know what places you should definitely opt for visiting, you should not waste any more time. Instead, check out Bashar’s blog in order to find out all the things you should know about specific countries, and from there, you can opt for which one you should visit first!