They’re on every traveler’s bucket list. Before you finish your adventures, visit these amazing places. Read The 10 Most Beautiful Places In The World!
1. Palawan Island
This small island located in the Phillipines is crawling with beautiful and exotic wildlife, and endangered animals. Crystal clear blue water and immaculate sandy beaches that can’t be found anywhere else on earth.
October to early May is the best time to visit, as it is drier. Although it is warm year-round.
A beautiful waterfall in Iceland that drops 200 feet. Its one of the most photographed places in all of Iceland. There is a path that leads travelers all around it, and in the summertime, it can be fully walked around.
3. Plitvice Lakes National Park
This is one of the biggest parks in Croatia, and its most popular place for tourists to visit. It consists of 16 different emerald green lakes that are all interconnected with one another and at least 90 different waterfalls.
4. Algar de benagil
This is a grotto located in Bengali which can only be reached by water. Your best bet is to get a boat. It is similar to a cave by sea, with a large hole in the ceiling that showcases the beautiful blue sky above.
5. The Cliffs Of Moher
One of the most popular tourist spot in Ireland, that stand over 700ft tall and stretch over 5 miles long. The cliffs have appeared in several movies, and are the focus of many folklore tales in Ireland.
6. The Great Barrier Reef & Whitehaven Beach
A wonderful diving spot in the Great Barrier Reef , it’s one of the most beautiful attractions in Australia. It’s full of bright and lively marine life, and endless beautiful corals.
7. Antelope Canyon
A canyon in the southwest part of America, where there are more canyons than anywhere else in the world. These canyons were formed from several thousands of years of extreme weather.
8. Iguazu Falls
Waterfalls that are located between Argentina and Brazil. It has over a million visitors per year and shows no signs of slowing. It’s made up of over 270 waterfalls, with its most famous known as ‘The Devil’s Throat’.
Iguazu falls is almost twice high as Niagara Falls, and almost three times as wide.
9. Moraine Lake
A lake that is fed by glaciers, located near Lake Louise, in Alberta Canada. It’s located high in the mountains, at approximately 6,200 ft above sea level, and is about 120 acres in size. Its water is turquoise blue, and is perfect for kayaking, and camping nearby.
10. Salar de Uyuni
The worlds largest salt flat, located in Bolivia. It’s a large lake that was full in prehistoric times, but has since gone dry. It’s over 4,000 square miles in size.
A thick layer of salt covers the entire lake, and can be seen over the horizon. In certain times of the year surrounding lakes will overflow and make a reflective mirror of the sky on the salt flats.
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