We live in an amazing world, filled with giant glaciers, rugged mountains dotted with wild animals. We may not be able to travel right now, but as soon as we can safely, Move to these 10 awe-inspiring places and make them to the top of your travel list.
1. Angel Falls, Venezuela
This country attracts tourists majorly as the country is in true spirit home to natural wonders. The mainstream highlights of this place are the world’s highest waterfall – Angel Falls, 3,212ft cascades, located in the Canaima National Park which is UNESCO-protected. The falls are in fact 19 times higher than those at Niagara.
Antarctica is 99% covered with ice, despite that it has some of the finest and serene scenery with its blue glaciers, active volcanoes, and 360-degree views of snow with witnessing penguin or humpback whales add charm to your experience.
3. Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Antelope Canyon is located in the south-west of America. The name means ‘the place where water runs through rocks’ – an allusion created through erosion when the sunlight filters through the narrow, undulating spaces between rock formations forming vivid patterns.
4. Atacama Desert, Chile
A trip to Valle de la Luna in Chile’s Atacama Desert is one of the Most Beautiful Places In The World. The Atacama Desert is with views of jagged peaks and dry riverbeds formed after years of erosion. A true beauty to experience, So don’t forget to add this in your bucket list and in your next itinerary.
5. Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Japan
Every traveller should experience this bamboo grove, the glow and endless heights attract the tourists. It is located on the outskirts of Kyoto. The experience can’t even be visualized, it’s that surreal. Arashiyama was listed as one of the top 100 Soundscapes of Japan in 1996 by Japan’s Ministry of the Environment because of its creaking wood and rustling leaves.
6. Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar
Madagascar is the greatest adventure spot you can’t regret being there. The island is home to giant moths and Avenue of the Baobabs is known for centuries-old trees reaching heights of nearly 100ft.
7. The Azores, Portugal
The Azores can inspire wanderlust with its verdant valleys, steep oceanside cliffs, and scattering of waterfalls making the Azores a destination worth exploring, situated almost 900 miles off the coast of Lisbon.
8. Banff National Park, Canada
Banff National Park is one of the most beautiful spots in Canada, Banff National Park is known for the Canadian Rockies and a cast of wildlife. The park is also known for its lakes like Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, and glacial Lake Minnewanka.
9. Boracay, Philippines
Boracay is one of the best islands in the world due to its gentle coastlines and perfect sunset spots. Unfortunately, it was closed recently for ‘rehabilitation’ last year to compensate for unregulated development but has since reopened to a limited number of visitors per day.
10. Boulders Beach, South Africa
Boulders Beach is located on the False Bay Coastline, about 17 miles south of Table Mountain. Boulders Beach shows off Cape Town’s famous landscapes and is also known for its penguins. Many people come here to swim and admire the coast.
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