People with wanderlust will never draw complete satisfaction only from shopping centres, malls, and other man-made places of interest. They will continuously seek for more adventure in the outdoors.

If you find pleasure in being in the boondocks, here are some great wilderness areas in the world.

Tarkine Rainforest in Tasmania is an unspoiled forest that is rarely visited by wanderers. Dubbed as the “Forgotten Wilderness”, Tarkine Rainforest is located in the northwest corner of Tasmania. Every hiker can also discover secret waterfalls, wild rivers, and giant tree ferns. Rare species of birds and the near-extinct Tasmanian devil can also be found here. Truly, every hiker leaves enchanted.

Knoydart Peninsula in Scotland is beautifully rugged. Referred as the last wilderness of Scotland, one can access this wonderland only by boat or on foot as it is tucked in the highlands. Mountain passes and sandy inlets make the journey worth the effort. One can also enjoy the epic view of sunset and may catch glimpses of dolphins and whales that live in its waters.

Great Bear Rainforest in Canada is considered as one of the largest temperate rainforests left in the world. Since The Great Bear is isolated, the best way to access it is by water. You can marvel at the ancient red cedar and other gigantic trees, wooded islands, and glacier-fed fjords. There are also eagles and humpback whales that complete a perfect excursion.

Kakadu National Park in Australia is wild and beautiful. As Australia’s largest national park, travellers that visit this wonderland experience seventh heaven. You will definitely adore its wetlands, rock art, and escarpments.