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Did you know that visiting orange places around the world is a new travel trend?
Like going on a colorful adventure trip to lift your spirits?
It’s called dopamine travel and you will start with orange.
Orange places, just like the energetic orange color, will fill you with enthusiasm, positivity, joy, and excitement. A perfect way to start this travel by color blog collection. Below you will find a collection of orange destinations to visit to cheer up your spirit. Like Uluru, Fushimi Inari, and Valley of Fire, all handpicked and personally visited by myself and other travel bloggers.
🥭 If you have been wondering “What is Anja’s favorite orange-colored fruit?”, you will find the answer hidden in the blog.
And what is dopamine travel? Dopamine travel is a new travel trend that involves traveling to destinations based on colors, smells, and sounds to increase happiness hormones and feel-good mood. Just imagine how you would feel seeing rose city of Petra, turquoise ocean in Zanzibar, green vegetation in Slovenia, or yellow Izamal in Mexico?
It is about visiting aesthetically pleasing destinations bursting with color.
Here you are going to find the most captivating orange travel destinations around the world to travel to, dressed in various shades of orange. From tangerine to tiger, apricot to carrot. All leaving you with unforgettable memories and a heart full of joy.
Now find out which orange destination you want to add to the top of your bucket list?
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1. Psychology of orange color and emotions it evokes
Orange is a warm color made as a mix of red and yellow. Depending on the various shades of orange, it evokes a wide spectrum of feelings and emotions.
Bright, fiery oranges often bring out a sense of energy, enthusiasm, and excitement. These shades and visiting bright orange places will make us feel more alive and alert. Think of a blazing sunset or a zesty citrus fruit. They also spark positivity and vitality.
On the other hand, softer, more muted shades of orange, such as peach or apricot, tend to release the feeling of warmth and comfort. These hues can evoke a sense of coziness and contentment, much like the embrace of a loved one or the soothing glow of a fireplace.
Just as the color orange can ignite passion with its bold tones while offering a comforting and inviting aura with its softer variations, so can orange places around the world make you feel more joyful and lively.
2. Orange places around the world on a map
Orange destinations are predominately desert locations, like Arizona’s Antelope Canyon, Sahara, and Namib in Africa or Uluru in Australia.
There are also man-made orange cities like Siena in Italy or Cartagena in Colombia or other structures like beehives in Harran or Fushimi Inari in Japan.
Find orange places around the world on the map below or search for them on Google Maps.
3. Orange places around the world to visit in Australia
3. 1. Karijini National Park (NP), Western Australia
Name of place: Karijini National Park (NP)
Location: Western Australia
Karijini is one of the largest national parks of Western Australia. It’s famous for its red-orange gorges, dramatic waterfalls and jade-green waters.
Tips for visiting Karijini National Park (NP)
The best time to visit Karijini National Park is during Australia’s late autumn and early winter. During those months, May, June, and July, the days are mild, with maximum temperatures ranging between 24 to 28 °C (75-82 °F) which are perfect for exploring this orange destination.
You pay a reasonable entrance fee to enter Karijini National Park. The price is not paid by person but per vehicle and size of your mode of transportation.
What to see & what to do at Karijini National Park (NP)
To get an idea of what this park has in store, start by visiting Oxer lookout for a beautiful view of the orange-colored gorges. Another must-do in Karinji NP is the Gorge Rim Walk. This is a 2 km (1,2 mi) return hike that leads you around Dales Gorge. On your hike, you’ll pass by park highlights like Fortescue Fall and Fern Pool. You will love swimming in the latter, a rock pool under a waterfall.
Experienced hikers will love wading through waterways on a guided hike from Hancock Gorge to Kermits Pool. Here you’ll be treated to the orange glows of the rocks and jade green waters of the pool. It’s absolutely beautiful! You can easily spend 3 days here while on a road trip through Western Australia.
Or you can visit this park on a day trip from the city of Tom Price. Karijini NP is pretty off the beaten path. You need a car, camper, or motorcycle to get around the park, you can’t get there and around using public transport.
Where to stay when visiting Karijini National Park (NP)
The best accommodation options in Karijini NP are Dales Campground for a back-to-basics camping experience or Karijini Eco Retreat where you can camp out or rent a cabin.
Recommended and visited by Saskia from Sas Crossing Countries.
3. 2. Uluru / Ayers Rock, the Northern Territory
Name of place: Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Location: The Northern Territory, Central Australia
Uluru is an iconic natural landmark at the heart of Australia’s cultural identity. This gigantic sandstone monolith towers 350 m (1148 ft) above the arid landscape and the base walk around it is nearly 10 km (6.2 mi). What many people don’t realize is that we see just a tiny piece of the rock, 85% of Uluru is underground.
Tips for visiting Uluru (Ayers Rock)
While Uluru glows orange under the desert sun for most of the day, it is at its most captivating at dawn and dusk. At either end of the day, Uluru transforms from orange to deep red and almost purple in the early morning and evening light. It is an awe-inspiring orange destination in the middle of the Australian desert.
April to October is the best time to visit Uluru. Try to avoid the Australian summer when temperatures exceed 40 °C (104 °F). There are direct flights to Uluru from most Australian capital cities. Otherwise, you can fly into Alice Springs, but you will have to hire a car for a 5-hour drive to Uluru.
If you are travelling independently, once you get to Uluru you will have to buy a National Park pass to enter the area. There are no costs unless you do a day tour from Alice Springs.
What to see & what to do at Uluru (Ayers Rock)
There are many ways to take in the majesty of Uluru. You can walk around it. Guided segway tours are a lot of fun and very informative. Scenic flights over Uluru are also a great way to take in the size of Uluru and the desert landscape.
A unique Uluru experience is the Field of Light display. At dawn and dusk, you can see an installation of 50,000 lights create a field of color in front of Uluru. You can also watch nature’s dawn and dusk show at dedicated viewing areas around Uluru for free.
Where to stay when visiting Uluru (Ayers Rock)
There is an accommodation precinct called Yulara near Uluru. Here you can find everything from campgrounds to 6-star luxury resorts. The next closest town for accommodation is already mentioned, Alice Springs.
Recommended and visited by Natalie from Curious Campers.
4. Orange places around the world to visit in Africa & Middle East
4. 1. Namib desert, Namibia
Name of place: Namib Desert
The oldest desert in the world. The highest sand dunes any desert can have. Namib Desert is on the top of the orange best destinations list in Africa. One close-up look at the giant sand dunes stretching as far as your eyes can roam, and you will fall in love with this place.
It is a rare place where the desert meets the sea. It is also one of the driest destinations on Earth. Interestingly Namib gets its water supply from the fog that rolls up on almost 180 days in a year. The Namib desert will probably be the highlight of your road trip across Namibia.
Tips for visiting the Namib desert & Namibia
Namibia can be visited throughout the year, though the best season to visit is from June to October. It is best to base yourself in the town of Swakopmund and book a day trip to visit the Namib desert. There is no entry fee to this place.
What to see & what to do at Namib desert in Namibia
You must climb one of the giant sand dunes. Some only manage to climb Dune 45 (80 m/262 ft) though the ones who climb Big Daddy (325 m/1066 ft) hold the most bragging rights. You can have fun sandboarding, cycling, or on a quad bike roaming the desert. A once-in-a-lifetime adventure is to visit the nearby clay pan, Deadvlei. This place has not seen rain in more than 1000 years.
Where to stay when visiting Namib desert, Namibia
Most people visit Namibia and the Namib desert on a road trip. This means sleeping in your campervan. For your first and last night, stay in Windhoek. You can also base yourself in Swakopmund. If you don’t feel like driving, sign up for 10-Day Namibia Highlights Tour which already includes lodging.
Recommended and visited by Shweta from Zest In A Tote.
4. 2. Sahara desert, Morocco
Name of place: The Sahara Desert
Location: Southern Morocco
The Sahara Desert is a massive desert that stretches across Northern Africa and is the largest hot desert in the World. You can see the desert from multiple countries but you should visit it when in Morocco.
Tips for visiting the Sahara desert & Morocco
The best time to visit the Sahara desert is March to early May or late September into October when the weather is milder.
To get there, fly into Marrakech, Morocco. You’ll then drive nearly nine hours west to Merzouga. Most trips will break this up with an overnight in Ouarzazate and/or Ait Benhaddou, both filming locations for many popular movies like Gladiator.
However, sometimes the weather can be a bit unpredictable. It can get extremely hot in the desert, especially from May to September. Bring a handheld fan with you. It may also get cold at night, so you’ll want to bring layers. Bring a scarf to wrap your face from blowing sand, if it’s windy.
What to see & what to do in Sahara desert in Morocco
The most popular thing to do in the desert is to take a camel ride. It’s best to go at sunset or sunrise to avoid the heat and sun of mid-day. The camels are tall but move slowly. Visitors can also rent an ATV to ride up and down the sand dunes. Or, borrow a board from the resort to go sandboarding down the dunes.
Where to stay when visiting the Sahara desert, Morocco
Yasmina Desert Camp is a fantastic place to stay with both resort facilities and camp facilities. Staying in the camp is like “glamping“. You’ll be in a sturdy tent with a bed and electricity. There is a communal bathroom building in the camp area, as well as an eating and relaxing area. The main resort has a pool, as well as a big lobby with Wi-Fi and gardens.
Recommended and visited by Eleanor from Elevate Your Escapes.
4. 3. Abu Simbel, Egypt
Name of place: Abu Simbel
Location: Aswan, Egypt
The Great Temple of Ramesses II and the Temple of Nefertari, known as Abu Simbel are two of the most impressive temples to visit in Egypt. These massive orange temples have actually been lifted up piece by piece and put back together above sea level to save them as Lake Nasser has continued to rise. With incredible detail inside and outside the temples, it is a must-see on any Egypt itinerary.
Tips for visiting Abu Simbel & Egypt
Abu Simbel is easily one of the most unique and popular historic temples to visit in Egypt, therefore you can expect crowds. Because of this, the best time to visit is either very early in the morning or at mid-day when tour buses begin to leave.
The site is located about 3 hours from the city center of Aswan, so make sure you have a whole day planned to see these stunning temples.
What to see & what to do in Abu Simbel in Egypt
The best way to visit is a day trip from Aswan. It is also suggested to have a guide so you can gain deeper knowledge of Egypt’s magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site.
Where to stay when visiting Abu Simbel, Egypt
It is recommended to stay in the city center of Aswan which is located 3 hours away from the monument by car. Although it is far, Aswan has more to offer, and Abu Simbel is known as just a day trip destination. While in Aswan, the Mövenpick Resort Aswan is an excellent choice and is located right on the Nile River.
Recommended and visited by Samantha from Find Love and Travel.
4. 4. Abu Dhabi Desert, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Name of place: Abu Dhabi Desert
Location: Off Al Ain Road, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
No trip to Abu Dhabi is complete without visiting the desert at sunset. There is no sunset, that compares to those seen in the desert. The glow of the sand and the sky turning orange with the shadows of camels walking across the dunes is out of this world.
Tips for visiting the Abu Dhabi Desert & Abu Dhabi
The best time to visit Abu Dhabi is from November through March, when the weather is much cooler and nicer for exploring, especially for heading out into the desert.
Visiting the desert is free as long as you have a 4WD. However, it is recommended to go on an evening desert safari trip. Guests are picked up from downtown Abu Dhabi and taken out to the desert to enjoy dune bashing in a 4WD before heading to camp to catch the sunset over a traditional Berber meal with live entertainment on giant carpets. It’s such a unique experience.
When visiting the desert, always bring a layer and don’t forget a scarf and sunglasses in case it becomes windy in order to protect the eyes.
What to see & what to do in Abu Dhabi Desert in UAE
There are tonnes of activities to enjoy in the desert. These include sand boarding, quad biking, falconry, henna painting experience, camel trekking, and more. For those driving independently from Abu Dhabi, visit the Fossil Dunes or Long Salt Lake or go solo camping!
The best spot for those incredible colorful photos is at the top of the dune at sunset, especially those within the desert safari camp mentioned.
Where to stay when visiting Abu Dhabi Desert, United Arab Emirates
You can stay in Abu Dhabi and visit the orange Abu Dhabi Desert as part of the tour. Another option is to stay in one of the many desert hotels in Abu Dhabi. Some offer high-end luxury experiences, whilst others offer a traditional Berber camping experience.
One place that blends culture and luxury perfectly in the desert is the Telal Al Ain resort. The high-end glamping tents are so beautiful and comfortable.
Recommended and visited by Kaz from Secret Abu Dhabi.
4. 5. Wadi Rum, Jordan
Name of place: Wadi Rum
Situated in southern Jordan, Wadi Rum, also known as The Valley of the Moon, is a UNESCO-listed desert wilderness renowned for its striking orange and red sandstone mountains and rock formations.
Wadi Rum looks so out-of-this-world, that it’s been the backdrop for numerous films including Lawrence of Arabia, Star Wars, and The Martian.
Tips for visiting the Wadi Rum & Jordan
The best time to visit Wadi Rum is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is most pleasant. Come prepared with plenty of sun protection and appropriate clothing – even in the winter months, the sun is blinding! The evenings in the winter can also get very cold, so take lots of warm layers.
Getting to Wadi Rum is relatively straightforward. The nearest airport is King Hussein International Airport in Aqaba, just a short 60 km away. From there, you can opt for public buses or taxis. It’s not recommended to self-drive in the desert. Hotels in Aqaba and Wadi Rum can arrange transportation for you.
What to see & what to do in Wadi Rum in Jordan
There’s no shortage of things to do in Wadi Rum, however, to see everything it’s recommended to take a 4X4 Wadi Rum Jeep tour to explore the landscape. Some of the must-see places in Wadi Rum include the Alameleh Inscriptions, Lawence’s Spring as well as Lawence’s House – made famous by T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia), and the Umm Fruth Rock Bridge.
Where to stay when visiting the Wadi Rum, Jordan
Wadi Rum Desert is also where you’ll find local Bedouin culture. You’ll find plenty of Beduin Camps in the area offering anything from basic camping under the stars to luxury UFO moon-capsule style experiences.
Recommended and visited by Becki from Meet Me In Departures.
5. Orange places around the world to visit in Europe
5. 1. Dubrovnik Old Town, Croatia
Name of place: Dubrovnik Old Town and City Walls
Location: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik’s Old Town is the most vibrant part of the city that’s filled with an incredibly rich history and culture dating back to the 7th century. And for any fans of the widely popular Game of Thrones show, Dubrovnik’s Old Town was the filming location for King’s Landing and where you’ll be able to recognize several key scenes from the show.
Tips for visiting Dubrovnik Old Town, Croatia
For those interested in visiting, the best time to go is during May or September as this is when the city is still full of life but not overwhelmingly crowded. You can reach Dubrovnik by flying into Dubrovnik’s International Airport and then taking an Uber to the Old Town area.
What to see & what to do at Dubrovnik Old Town, Croatia
To see picturesque views of the striking orange roofs of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, you can walk along the City Walls. Or, if you’re looking for a new perspective of the city and a refreshing reprieve from the summer heat, consider exploring the city by way of kayak! Lastly, to learn insider details about the city’s connection to Game of Thrones, be sure to join a Game of Thrones walking tour!
Where to stay when visiting Dubrovnik Old Town, Croatia
For a luxury stay, check out Excelsior Dubrovnik, a 5-star waterfront hotel that is conveniently located 10 minutes away from Old Town!
Recommended and visited by Kristin of Global Travel Escapades.
5. 2. Modena, Italy
Name of place: Modena Historic Center
Location: Modena, Emilia-Romagna region, Italy
Modena is a picturesque city in the north of Italy with a charming historic center. Centuries-old buildings, lined along its cobblestoned streets, are all painted in orange and ochre along with some yellow tones, making the ambiance cozy and cheerful at the same time.
But beauty is not everything Modena has to offer: did you know that Modena is considered one of the top food destinations in Italy? Or that the Ferrari museum, where you can admire some of the brand’s most iconic cars, is located in Modena? You can even visit the Pavarotti House in this city, as Modena was the birthplace of the famous tenor.
Tips for visiting Modena, Italy
Modena is a great place to visit at any time of the year. Even during the high season (July-September), you will not find big crowds. To get there, just take a train from Bologna, and you can be there in just 17 minutes.
What to see & what to do at Modena, Italy
The best things to do in Modena involve exploring its gastronomic scene. Take a balsamic vinegar factory tour (balsamic vinegar originated in Modena), visit Osteria Francescana (one of Italy’s top restaurants), or visit the Albinelli Market. If you want to visit museums, don’t miss the Ferrari Museum and the Pavarotti House.
Where to stay when visiting Modena, Italy
The best and most convenient place to stay in Modena is in the heart of the historic center. You can easily get there by foot from the train station, and you will be close to all the main attractions.
Recommended and visited by Sharon from the Roads Beyond.
5. 3. Bologna, Italy
Name of place: Bologna
Location: Emilia-Romagna region, Italy
If you’re serious about food, then a visit to Bologna can’t be missed! Located in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region, Bologna is known as Italy’s food capital.
This medieval city is the perfect option for those seeking to explore historic architecture, rich culture, and sample the best food you’ll find in the country. Orange, yellow, and red buildings and rooftops catch your eye at every corner while you make your way down a vast network of porticos lining the streets.
Tips for visiting Bologna, Italy
The easiest way to get to Bologna is by train. It can be reached in under two hours both from Rome and Venice, or a quick 40-minute train ride from Florence. A short cab ride will take you to the colorful historic center of Bologna. The vibe in this city is much different than in other places; you’ll find a lot of locals and students strolling the streets and dining at restaurants.
What to see & what to do at Bologna in Italy
Bologna is one of those cities that at first glance may not appear to have a lot to offer, but it will instantly capture your heart as you find hidden gems scattered throughout the city. Explore on your own or join a Bologna walking tour.
Some of the best things to do in Bologna are free! Visit Bologna for the food and stay for the sights and attractions that won’t cost a cent. From finding old hidden canals and peering through a window to an orange wonderland at Finestrella, enjoying one of the many museums in town, or visiting Bologna’s oldest food market, a trip to this ancient city will leave you with a lasting impression.
Where to stay when visiting Bologna, Italy
For a comfortable night’s sleep with great amenities, check into Attico di Via D’Azeglio. This cozy upscale 5-bedroom hotel is just a 10-minute walk from Piazza Maggiore. Plush accommodations offer views of the orange terracotta rooftops and mountains, and also include breakfast at a local cafe downstairs.
Recommended and visited by Sarah from In Search of Sarah.
5. 4. Siena, Italy
Name of place: Siena
Location: Tuscany, Italy
Siena in Italy is definitely one of the most iconic orange cities in the world! Located in the heart of Tuscany, this beautiful city is perfect for a short weekend getaway or even a longer stay. Siena has so much to offer, and the countryside is also stunning.
Tips for visiting Siena & Tuscany
The best time to explore this orange colored medieval Tuscan gem is during the late spring and early fall months, specifically from April to June and September to October. This time of year offers pleasant weather, fewer crowds, and a chance to witness the famous Palio di Siena, a historic horse race held twice a year.
What to see & what to do at Siena in Tuscany, Italy
During a city tour of this orange old town, you will be amazed by the many imposing monuments, the many interesting museums, and the stunning medieval buildings. The many enchanting squares are also a dream and perfect for a romantic dinner.
One of the highlights is Piazza del Campo. It is one of the most romantic squares in Italy and an absolute must! Admire the magical atmosphere that surrounds this square surrounded by medieval buildings. There is also the Fonte Gaia fountain, which used to supply water to Siena and now delights visitors with its many decorations and details.
A real pleasure is a visit to Palazzo Pubblico, the Town Hall, with the imposing Torre del Mangia, one of Siena’s most important landmarks. Climbing to the top of the 102-meter-high tower offers a magnificent view of the orange old town and the Tuscan countryside.
A short walk away is the famous Cathedral of Santa Maria della Scala, one of the most important religious buildings in Italy, which you should visit from the inside. Inside the cathedral there is a whole complex of museums, which are well worth a day’s visit!
Where to stay when visiting Siena, Italy
Siena offers many wonderful places to stay. One of the best places to stay is B&B La Terrazza Sul Campo, located in a fantastic position overlooking the main square.
Recommended and visited by Martina from PlacesofJuma.
🥭 “What is Anja’s favorite orange-colored fruit?” Mango.
5. 5. Varenna, Lake Como, Italy
Name of place: Varenna
Location: Lake Como, Italy
Varenna is a small Italian village perched on the eastern shores of Lake Como. It is bursting with picturesque views that make you never want to leave. Its timeless charm includes vibrant orange villas, narrow cobblestone alleys, and a waterfront promenade.
Tips for visiting Varenna & Lake Como
The best time to visit the Varenna for ideal weather conditions and fewer crowds is during the shoulder seasons of spring (April to June) and fall (September to October).
You can enjoy the city’s serene charm overnight by staying for a few days, or visit as a day trip from Milan, which is just a short, scenic train ride away. You can reach Varenna from Milan by taking an approximately one-hour direct train ride from Milan’s Central Station to Varenna-Esino Station.
What to see & what to do at Varenna, Lake Como
Visit the lush gardens of Villa Monastero, an incredible former monastery-turned-villa. Its sprawling gardens stretch along the lakefront, decorated with various plant species that bloom all year round.
The villa itself is a perfection of elegance. Showing a wealth of historical artifacts and intricate architectural details. There gardens and museum are open from 9:30 to 7:30 every day plus they host events like weddings.
The panoramic view of Lake Como from the villa is a sight to behold, offering a blend of peace and grandness that will surely impress you.
Beyond the beauty of Villa Monastero, Varenna offers you so much more. Adventure seekers can take a hike to the Castle of Vezio, where you can find the best panoramic views of the Lake Como region.
If you are an art lover, you can explore the local Church of San Giorgio, a 14th-century marvel with magnificent frescoes. Don’t miss the opportunity to dine in the open air at one of the lakeside restaurants, sampling local cuisine while enjoying a beautiful sunset over the lake.
Don’t miss a boat tour on the serene waters of Lake Como while in Varenna. It’s the perfect way to appreciate the area’s stunning landscape and the gloriousness of the neighboring villages.
Where to stay when visiting Varenna, Lake Como, Italy
If you plan on staying overnight Palace Hotel Lake Como offers some of the best views, has breakfast included, and has friendly staff.
Recommended and visited by Kaylee from kayleejanell.com.
5. 6. Collioure, France
Name of place: Collioure
Collioure is a destination for those who love history, art, and amazing, fresh seafood.
Imagine yourself walking on the cobblestone streets where famous artists such as Matisse and Derain studied the light and were inspired to create a whole new style of art. Or wander the ramparts of a castle dating back to the 12th century where the Kings of Mallorca had their summer home.
You can also enjoy fresh oysters with cold white wine in the twice-a-week market. These are just some of the reasons you want to visit this charming town with its picturesque terra cotta roofs.
Tips for visiting Collioure & France
Collioure is located on the Mediterranean just north of the Spanish border. The climate is temperate, and it receives 320 days of sunshine. The busy times are during the summer months, but the spring and fall are wonderful times to enjoy this quaint Catalan town without the bigger crowds.
With a train station just 350 m (0.2 mi) from the centre of town, it is easily accessible from any major city – Paris, Barcelona, Marseille, Girona, or Perpignan to name a few.
What to see & what to do at Collioure in France
Enjoy the beach or various watersports, explore the castle, admire the numerous art galleries, shop in the lovely boutiques, or just relax in an outdoor café with a sangria.
And since it is nestled at the foot of the Pyrenees mountains, in the largest wine region of France, Collioure is ideally located for enjoying the freshest seafood of the day paired with local wines from the region. This beautiful town on the sea is a wonderful place with something for everyone.
Where to stay when visiting Collioure, France
There are many small, family-owned hoteliers located in the pedestrian zone of the old town. La Fregate is open year-round and has an excellent restaurant on site.
Recommended and visited by Kim from Explore Your Bucket List.
5. 7. Vieux Lyon, France
Name of place: Vieux Lyon
Location: Lyon, France
Vieux Lyon is the charming historic center of Lyon, with cobblestone streets lined with buildings in shades of red, orange, and ochre. One of the best things to do in Lyon is to explore the traboules, secret passageways through buildings. Some of the traboules open up into gorgeous courtyards complete with towers and arched windows.
Tips for visiting Vieux Lyon
The best time to visit Lyon is in the months of May through October. The best time to see Vieux Lyon is on a sunny day so that you can appreciate the vibrant colors of the buildings.
Since the traboules pass through private property, it’s best to avoid visiting too early in the morning or late into the evening. You can search for traboules on your own for free, or take a guided tour.
To get here, fly into the Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, and take public transportation to get to Vieux Lyon.
What to see & what to do at Vieux Lyon, France
Delight your taste buds with a walking food tour of Vieux Lyon, or take a guided tour of the traboules. If you purchase the Lyon City Card, a guided tour of Vieux Lyon is included with your pass. You’ll get some gorgeous photos of the colorful, picture-perfect courtyards!
There are also plenty of museums in Vieux Lyon including a puppetry museum and the Museum of Cinema and Miniatures.
Where to stay when visiting Vieux Lyon, France
You’ll love staying at the Villa Florentine, a 5-star hotel in Vieux Lyon. Plus, it’s only a six-minute walk from a fabulous bakery. Pastries are the perfect way to start your day in Lyon!
Recommended and visited by Lisa Garrett of Waves and Cobblestones.
5. 8. Algarve Cliffs, Portugal
Name of place: Algarve Cliffs
Location: Algarve, South of Portugal
Welcome to one of the sunniest areas in Europe! Located in the far south of Portugal, the Algarve is a stunning region that has become a very popular destination recently. It is not just the fantastic weather and laid-back lifestyle that draw people here, but also the 155 kilometers (96 miles) of vibrant red-orange cliffs, concealing a plethora of hidden coves, natural arches, and secret beaches.
Tips for visiting Algarve Cliffs & Portugal
While the Algarve is a destination that can be visited all year round, the best times for a trip there are from April to June (spring and early summer) and September to October (end of summer and early fall). These months offer the most ideal weather for basking in the sun and hiking the cliffs without the hustle and bustle of tourist crowds.
The area is easily reachable thanks to several transportation options available including the plane, train, and bus. An international airport is located right in the heart of the Algarve, in its capital, Faro.
What to see & what to do at Algarve Cliffs, Portugal
The Algarve offers a plethora of activities to suit all tastes. It is a popular spot among surfers for the impressive waves that hit its shores. There are also plenty of hiking trails to discover its unique rock formations such as Ponta da Piedade and hidden caves such as the famous Benagil Cave.
Don’t miss the Seven Hanging Valleys Hiking Trail which offers the best views of the cliffs. And last but not least, the Algarve is a seaside resort renowned for its long and dreamy golden beaches, picturesque towns such as Lagos or Albufeira, and a vibrant nightlife scene.
Where to stay when visiting Algarve Cliffs, Portugal
The best place to stay in the Algarve is Lagos. Located seaside, it is one of the largest towns in the region and offers the most dramatic natural scenery. When staying in Lagos, choose Cascade Wellness Resort for a truly remarkable experience.
Recommended and visited by Nes from Kevmrc.
5. 9. Vilnius, Lithuania
Name of place: Old Town of Vilnius
Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
The Old Town of Vilnius, Lithuania is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and one of the largest preserved old towns in Europe, lined with buildings of many colors, including orange. In Old Town you can find St. Anne’s church, built in the late 1400s, Gediminas Tower from which you can get a beautiful panoramic view of the city, and many other medieval buildings with fascinating history.
Tips for visiting Vilnius, Lithuania
When planning your visit to Vilnius, Lithuania’s charming capital, consider traveling during the summer months, from June to August, for the most pleasant weather. But this beautiful and overlooked city, is worth a visit any time of year – even in winter.
In order to get to Vilnius, fly into the Vilnius International Airport, and take a taxi into Old Town (it’s about a 15-minute ride.)
What to see & what to do at Vilnius in Lithuania
To indulge in the history of Vilnius, visit the Museum of Occupations and Freedom Fights, which teaches about the 50 years Lithuania spent under the control of the USSR. To get outdoors and experience nature, head to Kalnai Park. If you climb up to the Three Crosses, you can get a beautiful view of the Vilnius skyline.
Be sure to walk to the Uzupis neighborhood (about 20 minutes from Old Town) which is a self-declared independent country, where you can see a lot of interesting artwork; sculptures in the street, graffiti, and paintings.
It’s worth it to head to Trakai Castle, a medieval castle in the middle of a lake just 30 km (18.6 mi) from Vilnius. Consider a guided tour to experience the castle, as well as see all the gems in Old Town.
Where to stay when visiting Vilnius, Lithuania
A great place to stay is Artagonist Hotel located right in the heart of Old Town on Pilies Street. It’s within walking distance to shops, restaurants, and many of the historical sights.
Recommended and visited by Kristin from Tiny Footsteps Travel.
6. Orange places around the world to visit in North and South America
6. 1. Providence Canyon State Park, Georgia, USA
Name of place: Providence Canyon State Park
Location: Lumpkin, Georgia, USA
This incredible 33.5 m (110 ft) deep canyon began as a 1.5 m (5 ft) ditch 150 years ago! The product of mismanaged agricultural run-off, Providence Canyon State Park continues to grow and deepen today, showing orange-colored rocks.
Tips for visiting Providence Canyon State Park, Georgia
For the best experience, go hiking in Providence Canyon State Park between October and March. There will be fewer crowds and bugs, and the temperatures are much more pleasant for exploring in the woods.
You’ll also want to bring your own snacks and water as there is limited availability at the small park store, and there aren’t any nearby stores or restaurants.
What to see & what to do at Providence Canyon State Park in Lumpkin, Georgia
The best thing to do in Providence Canyon State Park is to hike the Canyon Loop Trail, which takes visitors from the visitors center, down onto the canyon floor, and back up onto the rim.
You’ll get incredible views of the reddish-orange clay walls of the canyon from the bottom and top!
On the canyon floor, there are 9 optional canyon-side trails. Take at least one or two as each small canyon area has its own unique landscape.
Where to stay when visiting Providence Canyon State Park, Georgia, USA
Providence Canyon State Park doesn’t have any overnight accommodations, and the nearby small towns of Lumpkin and Omaha, Georgia, also have limited options. Instead, head over to Florence Marina State Park, a short 10-minute drive west of Providence Canyon. Florence Marina State Park has adorable and reasonably priced 1- and 2-bedroom cabins for rent.
Recommended and visited by Natalie from Camping Kiddos.
6. 2. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA
Name of place: Bryce Canyon National Park
Location: Utah, USA
One of the most beautiful orange landscapes in the world is Bryce Canyon in southern Utah. Bryce Canyon National Park preserves the weather-carved hoodoos and arches that tower up from the canyon floor. These sandstone columns look like candle wax drippings on the horizon. In the morning or evening light, the golden colors are spectacular for photos.
Tips for visiting Bryce Canyon, Utah
Bryce Canyon National Park is open 24/7 year round. Bryce is on an elevated plateau, so it tends to be chillier than other Utah National Parks. You need to pay a fee to enter Bryce Canyon on a per-vehicle basis which is valid for 7 days.
Visits in the spring and fall offer pleasant temperatures. Winter is a popular time to see the beauty of the hoodoos covered in snow. Summer conditions will be sunny and hot.
You can fly into Cedar City Airport and rent a car, however, if you plan to visit more of the national parks of the desert southwest, consider purchasing an America the Beautiful Park pass and flying into an international airport such as Salt Lake City or Las Vegas.
What to see & what to do at Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
The best way to see the canyon is to hike through the majestic rock spires and fins. The Navajo Loop, a moderate 2.5 km (1.5 mi) trail, is one of the best canyon adventures in Utah.
The trail descends into the canyon at Sunset Point and climbs out on the switchbacks of Wall Street. A walk along the rim back to the trailhead provides a panoramic view of the orange-colored features of Bryce.
Horseback riding is another way to see Bryce’s beauty. Organized trail rides into the canyon follow gently winding trails through the many formations in the park. Other activities popular in Bryce Canyon National Park are ATV rides, fishing, mountain biking, and canyoneering.
Where to stay when visiting Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA
You can find a couple of accommodation options at Bryce Canyon. Lodges, resorts, inns, and B&S’s. The Lodge at Bryce Canyon, a comfortable historic hotel, is located right in the park.
Recommended and visited by Karen from Outdoor Adventure Sampler.
6. 3. Zion National Park, Utah, USA
Name of place: Zion National Park
Location: 53 km (33 mi) from St George, Utah, USA
The incredible orange vistas of Zion National Park make it one of the most beautiful destinations to visit in the world. Hikers and adventure seekers will love Zion as it is home to some of the most iconic hikes in the country including the incredible Angel’s Landing, a 6.7 km (5.4 mi) round trip hike (using chains) to a peak with stunning views of the National Park below and the Narrows, an adventurous hike through the Virgin River.
Tips for visiting Zion National Park, Utah
Zion National Park is open 24/7 year round. The best time to visit is in Fall from September to November as the weather is lovely at this time of year and there are fewer people.
You need to pay a fee to enter Zion National Park on a per-vehicle basis which is valid for a week. If you are planning to visit more than one National Park it is more economical to purchase an America the Beautiful Park pass which gives you year-long access to all National Parks in the USA.
What to see & what to do at Zion National Park, Utah
As there are lots of things to do in Zion, it is recommended to plan a Zion itinerary to make the most of your time in the National Park and cover as many attractions as possible. Aside from Angel’s Landing and the Narrows, some of the less strenuous walks in the National Park which are beautiful and great for families include the Emerald Pools Trail and the Pa’rus Trail.
Where to stay when visiting Zion National Park, Utah, USA
If you don’t want to camp in the National Park itself, it is best to stay in the town St. George, which is about a 30-minute drive away. Here you will find great restaurants and facilities like Walmart and Starbucks. There are lots of good accommodation options in St. George with Ramada by Wyndham St. George being a good choice as it has clean and comfortable rooms at a fair price.
Recommended and visited by Bett from Utah Vacationers.
6. 4. Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, USA
Name of place: Capitol Reef National Park
Location: Utah, USA
Capitol Reef National Park is Utah’s hidden gem national park, which features the incredible Waterpocket Fold, a long upward fold of the earth’s crust that created a distinct line of ridges full of canyons and trails to explore.
Tips for visiting Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
The best time to visit Capitol Reef is definitely in the spring and fall, when temperatures are much more moderate and pleasant. Located in southern Utah, Capitol Reef is about 4-5 hours from either the Salt Lake City airport or the Las Vegas airport.
Capitol Reef is always open (and its remote location makes for incredible night sky gazing). Many areas of the park are free to visit, but some do require a per-vehicle entrance fee or a America the Beautiful Park pass.
What to see & what to do at Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
There are a lot of great trails in Capitol Reef, and a favorite is the Cassidy Arch trail – which takes you from the canyon up to the rim of the waterpocket fold, and then to Cassidy Arch, where you can actually walk on it (a very rare allowance for arches in Utah).
If you’re only spending one day in Capital Reef, you definitely need to stop in the Fruita District. Stop by the blacksmith and schoolhouse, then go pick some fruit from the orchards, and finally stop by the Gifford House for a freshly made fruit pie.
Where to stay when visiting Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, USA
While you can camp in Capital Reef, the closest town to the park is Torrey, which has a few lodging options. The best hotel in this tiny town is the Broken Spur Inn.
Recommended and visited by Stephanie from USA Adventurer.
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6. 5. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA
Name of place: Antelope Canyon
Location: Page, Arizona, USA
Created from millions of years of erosion, Antelope Canyon is a stunning slot canyon formation renowned for its vibrant orange hues, swirling sandstone walls, and ethereal light beams that filter through the narrow openings above.
Tips for visiting Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Located on Navajo Nation lands, Antelope Canyon is accessible only through guided tours. Divided into six sections, the Upper and Lower Canyons are the most popular and may be booked out days or weeks in advance.
Although this attraction can be visited year-round, the best lighting effect in the canyon is from March to October, when the light beams create a magical display.
To get to Antelope Canyon, the closest airport is Page Municipal Airport, which offers domestic flights. However, most people start a road trip or join a tour from Las Vegas or other cities in Arizona.
What to see & what to do at Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Starting from the meeting point, you’ll join your guide for a thrilling 4×4 jeep ride to the canyon entrance, where your hike begins. While the hike itself isn’t lengthy, the amount of photo opportunities along the vibrant sandstone walls abound.
Capture that million-dollar shot, just like those seen in National Geographic, while your guide points out different formations.
The slot canyon experience extends beyond Antelope Canyon. Page and its surrounding areas are filled with other canyons waiting to be explored.
Where to stay when visiting Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA
For accommodations near Antelope Canyon, consider staying at the Hyatt Place Page, which overlooks the Glen Dam Canyon and Lake Powell and provides easy access to Antelope Canyon.
Recommended and visited by Catherine Xu from Nomadicated.
6. 6. Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada, USA
Name of place: Valley of Fire State Park
Location: 75 km (46 mi) from Las Vegas, Moapa Valley Nevada, USA
Valley of Fire State Park is the perfect day trip from Las Vegas as it is located less than an hour’s drive away. The best part about visiting this State Park is that it is relatively small which means you can drive through the dramatic and impressive orange vistas and complete most of the best walks in the State Park in only 1 day!
Tips for visiting Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
The State Park is open every day except Christmas from sunrise to sunset. All visitors, with the exception of those camping, are expected to have left the State Park by sundown. A per-vehicle fee is payable to enter Valley of Fire State Park which is valid for 1 day. If you live nearby or plan to visit more than once you can also get an annual entrance permit.
The best time to visit Valley of Fire State Park is between October and April. It gets incredibly hot in summer so it is best to avoid the summer heat if possible.
What to see & what to do at Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
The single best activity to do in Valley of Fire State Park is simply drive through from one end of the park to the other. It is one of the best date ideas near Las Vegas for couples as the scenery is simply breathtaking with impressive orange sandstone rocks on each side of the road.
All of the best walks in the State Park are short and easy with some of the unmissable hikes being Mouse’s Tank an easy 1.2 km (0.75 mi) out and back walk ending at a picturesque natural rock basin and Rainbow Vista an easy 1.6 km (1 mi) out and back walk to a panoramic view of the valley.
Where to stay when visiting Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada, USA
If you don’t want to camp in the Valley of Fire, it is best to stay in Las Vegas and visit the Valley of Fire as a day trip.
There are lots of great places to stay in Las Vegas but it is best to choose somewhere with easy and accessible parking. The Virgin Hotel and Casino is a good choice for parking. It also has its own casino, a nice pool area, and clean and comfortable rooms.
Recommended and visited by Bett from Couple Travel The World.
6. 7. Red Rock Canyon, Nevada, USA
Name of place: Red Rock Canyon
Location: Nevada, USA
Red Rock Canyon is a breathtaking natural wonder located in the Mojave Desert known for its stunning orange-tinted rock formations. And it’s also known for its sunsets. Combining the oranges and reds of a sunset with the orange of the rocks is a beautiful sight. Those sunsets are not to be missed out on!
Tips for visiting Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
The best time to visit is during the fall (autumn) and spring when the weather is bearable enough to hike and explore. The summers can be scorching – it is a desert after all – and winters can bring chilly temperatures.
Even in the shoulder seasons, make sure to bring plenty of water, sunscreen, and sturdy footwear for hiking.
There are entry fees to the area, but they’re very reasonable, based if you come in as a pedestrian or are charged per vehicle. The Red Rock Canyon is open 8 am – 5 pm, 7 days a week.
What to see & what to do at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
You are spoilt for choice of what to do at the Red Rock Canyon. From hiking through the scenic trails to rock climbing, there’s no shortage of opportunities to get active.
It’s also the perfect place for birdwatching, photography, and horse riding. Red Rock Canyon horse riding tours are one of the most popular reasons to visit the Canyon.
There are lots of tours from Las Vegas taking you to the Red Rock Canyon.
Where to stay when visiting Red Rock Canyon, Nevada, USA
The Red Rock Canyon is just a short 32 km (20 mi) drive from the Las Vegas Strip, making it the best place to stay when visiting the Canyon.
Recommended and visited by Josh from A Backpacker’s World.
6. 8. Haleakala National Park, Hawaii, USA
Name of place: Haleakala National Park
Location: Maui, Hawaii, United States
Haleakala National Park is home to the world’s largest dormant volcano and offers otherworldly landscapes, including colorful cinder cones and craggy lava fields.
Standing at an eye-popping 3.055 m (10,023 ft) above sea level, the summit of Haleakala is a popular destination for watching the sunrise above the clouds and also offers a number of awesome hiking trails, like the Sliding Sands Trail, which takes you down into the volcanic landscape of the Haleakala Crater.
Tips for visiting Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii
To enter the park for sunrise (or anytime before 7 AM), you’ll need to snag one of the coveted 50 daily reservations for vehicles.
If you’re unable to get your hands on one of the reservations, go with a tour, or hang out in the park for sunset, which is arguably just as stunning as sunrise — and a little less painful to wake up for!
Either way, you’ll need to pay an entrance fee per private vehicle to enter the park.
What to see & what to do at Haleakala National Park, Hawaii
There are several incredible hikes to explore at the summit of Haleakala. For beginner hikers, the Pā Kaʻoao is an easy trail that leads to the top of a cinder cone and provides excellent vistas over the rim of the volcano.
For something a bit more adventurous, consider booking a reservation at one of the wilderness cabins in the park, one of which is actually located at the base of the crater. You can access it by hiking 6 km (3.7 mi) along the Halemauʻu Trail or 12 km (7.4 mi) along the Sliding Sands Trail.
Where to stay when visiting Haleakala National Park, Hawaii
The only place to stay in the park is either its campgrounds or wilderness cabins. If you prefer less rustic accommodations, consider a stay at the Paia Inn, in the funky surf town of Paia at the start of the famed Road to Hana.
Just be aware that Haleakala is located in a relatively remote section of Upcountry Maui, so you’ll have to drive over an hour from Paia (or most other towns with more formal accommodations) to reach the summit.
Recommended and visited by Jessica from Uprooted Traveler.
6. 9. Old Town in Cartagena, Colombia
Name of place: Old Town in Cartagena
If you love vibrant cityscapes, Old Town in Cartagena, Colombia, also known as “the walled city,” is a must-visit destination. It’s located on the Caribbean coast of northern Colombia behind a fortress of walls constructed over two centuries.
The buildings serve as stunning examples of architecture of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries which made the city a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walking the narrow streets of Old Town will send you back in time while marveling at the sights and sounds of its colorful present.
Tips for visiting Old Town in Cartagena, Colombia
Many travelers wonder if Cartagena is safe to visit, and the answer is yes. It will probably be decades before Colombia loses its reputation as a dangerous place, but tourism more than tripled from 2006 to 2018.
The best time to visit Old Town in Cartagena is the dry season, from late December through March.
What to see & what to do at Old Town in Cartagena, Colombia
Begin your walking tour at Baluarte de Santo Domingo, where you can walk along fort walls and enjoy ocean and Old Town views. Head towards Plaza de Bolivar, where you can sit and people-watch or take photos of exquisite colonial buildings.
The attractions near this plaza include the small yet fascinating Museo del Oro Zenu (Gold Museum) and the exquisite Catedral de Santa Catalina de Alejandria, completed in 1612.
Restaurants and street vendors selling food are plentiful in this neighborhood. San Mateo restaurant is just up the street from the Catedral and worth a stop.
Where to stay when visiting Old Town in Cartagena, Colombia
Staying in Old Town will cost more than staying in other parts of Cartagena, but it’s worth it. Bocagrande and Getsemani are also popular areas to stay in, but they don’t match the charm and beauty of Old Town’s boutique hotels, known as “casas.”
Recommended and visited by Meeshka from Sand And Elevation.
7. Orange places around the world to visit in Asia
7. 1. Harran Beehive Houses, Türkiye
Name of place: Harran Beehive Houses
Location: Harran, Türkiye
Harran will fascinate you with its beehive houses, called kumbet. They have been built in the same way since 5000 years ago and the present ones are about 200 years old. Their domed shape provides coolness in summer and warmth in winter.
Rose oil, straw, clay, and egg white were used for the construction. As the household grew, the houses were expanded by adding new cells. Houses up to 5 meters high inside have survived to this day. You can enter some of the houses to see what they look like inside and how people live in there.
Tips for visiting Harran Beehive Houses, Türkiye
The best time to visit Southeastern Turkey is spring and fall as the summer can be unbearably hot. You can fly into Sanliurfa airport which is well connected to both Istanbul IST and SAW airports. Harran is an open space, free for visitors.
What to see & what to do at Harran Beehive Houses in Türkiye
The beehive houses are only part of the Harran archaeological site. The ancient city of Harran is believed to be approximately 5000 years old. Inside the city walls of the ancient city, you can see the remains of a fortress palace, a mosque, a tomb, a bath, markets, a courtyard with a fountain, a perfume shop, and of course, the beehive houses.
One of the earliest known universities in the world was founded in Harran in the 8th century, as well as the first Islamic university.
Where to stay when visiting Harran Beehive Houses, Türkiye
There is only one hotel in Harran, so you’d better book accommodation in Sanliurfa, which is less than 50 km away.
Recommended and visited by Maria from Map and Camera.
7. 2. Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine, Kyoto, Japan
Name of place: Fushimi Inari Taisha
Location: Kyoto, Japan
Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine is home to more than 10.000 vermilion torii gates. This is one of the most important Shrines in Japan, dedicated to the goddess of rice. It is one of the most recognizable orange destinations around the world, as Shinto religion believes that orange protects against evil. Statues of foxes inside are believed to capture the human spirit and are considered to be messengers of the gods. It is one of the top 10 orange places around the world to visit.
Tips for visiting Fushimi Inari Taisha, Kyoto
Fushimi Inari is one of the free things to do in Kyoto, since there is no entrance fee. It is open all day, every day of the year. You can easily include it in your Kyoto itinerary since you can visit it during the day or at night time. If you wish to avoid the crowds, the best time to visit Fushimi Inari Shrine is early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Fushimi Inari is easy to access by train. From Kyoto station take the JR Nala line and get off at Inari station. The line is included in the Japan Rail pass.
What to see & what to do at Fushimi Inari in Kyoto
Visiting this orange travel destination is one of the top things to do in Kyoto. Two parallel rows of Senbon Torii, thousands of orange torii gates, are also one of the most famous (and crowded) instagrammable places in Kyoto. There are plenty of other photo spots with fewer crowds along the hiking trail to the top of Mount Inari (2-3 hours return). Even though you can explore the walking trails of Inari Mountain on your own, the best way to see it is by joining the Fushimi Inari Taisha Guided Walking Tour.
Where to stay when visiting Fushimi Inari Taisha, Kyoto
To properly experience Japan’s head Shinto shrine and all the temples in cultural capital of Japan, consider staying in the historic Higashiyama District in Kyoto. Opt in for a cozy guest house, luxurious boutique hotel, or stay in a traditional Japanese accommodation, ryokan. Kiraku Kyoto Honmachi is the best Ryokan in Kyoto with a private onsen.
Recommended and visited by Anja from Anja On Adventure.
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8. Final Thoughts on orange places around the world
Which of these best orange places around the world are on the top of your bucket list?
You can also get a boost of joy and happiness in other places that are orange. From pumpkin patches, to stunning displays of fall foliage and orange groves. You can spot orange in nature in monarch butterflies, clown fish, Calendula Flowers, and tulips.
To continue with colorful travels, proceed by visiting yellow places and red destinations. Yellow destinations will fill you with feelings of happiness, and optimism and red places with love and excitement. After all, orange is a mix of yellow and red.
As you plan your next travel by color, remember that the world is full of colors and hues. From green and blue, to black and white and in all the colors of the rainbow. Choose the one that sparks your senses the most.
I will see you on your next colorful adventure,
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What are the different shades of orange color?
There are around 140 different shades of orange color.
Some of the shades are tiger, vermillion, amber, tiger, honey, marigold, apricot, squash, carrot, flame orange, beer orange etc.
If you would like to travel by color to orange places, you can find a collection of places in orange on Anja On Adventure travel blog, alongside the tips for visiting every destination.
What emotions do orange colors evoke?
Orange, just like yellow and red, is a warm color and evokes feelings of enthusiasm, joy, and adventure. It gives us a sense of optimism, energy and warmth.
If you wish for your colorful adventure to be inspired by orange, you can find a collection of orange places on Anja On Adventure travel blog, alongside the tips for visiting every destination.
What are the 3 best orange places in the world?
Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto, Japan, Uluru in Australia and Antelope Canyon in USA.
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Where is the most orange place on Earth?
There are many orange places around the world. The most orange place on Earth must be either the Sahara desert or Namib desert in Africa.
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What are some orange travel destinations in the USA?
Antelope Canyon, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Valley of Fire, Providence Canyon State Park, Haleakala National Park and many others.
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Where can I travel to orange places in Europe?
Best destinations orange color in Europe, from rooftops in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Vilnius in Lithuania, cities in Italy like Siena, Modena and Bologna, cliffs in Portugal and towns in France.
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What are some orange places in the world to travel to?
From well-known Uluru, and Fushimi Inari, to Sossusvlei in Namibia, Dubai desert, Valley of Fire and Antelope Canyon.
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