It is no secret that the world we live in is wonderful and spectacular. There are many places around the globe for us to see. And what makes them a sight to see is not only their landscapes but also their culture and people. Since there are just too many wonderful places, it is literally impossible to include them in a single list. But whatever the list holds, be assured that they are worth the visit and perfect for your travel bucket list. Let’s look at some of the most beautiful places in the world.
Angel Falls, Venezuela
Angel Falls, the world’s highest waterfall that is 3,212ft tall is located at the UNESCO protected Canaima National Park. One of the main tourist attractions in Venezuela, the waterfall is 19 times higher than the famous Niagara. And did you know, Angel Falls was used as an inspiration for the animated movie, Up? Well, since you know, better put it on your travel list.
Zhangye Danxia Geopark, China
The literal color palette of the world, Zhangye Danxia Geopark is the dream come true for Geology lovers and Instagrammers alike. Also, known as “Rainbow Mountains” it is fascinating how colorful the mountains are. That’s the reason it can,t be left out from this list of the most beautiful places in the world.
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Talking about it, the colors were formed by the layering of sedimentary mineral deposits over millions of years. The vivid colors, caking the mountains are unreal and have to be seen, to believe it.
Arashiyama Bamboo Groove, Japan
Japan has always been the country that emphasizes on experience rather than numbers and quantity. One of the must-visit places in the world, Arashiyama Bamboo Groove is located at the outskirts of Kyoto, Japan.
If you are in Japan and especially in Kyoto, then every traveller should experience the seemingly endless trail surrounded by the tall bamboo groove; accompanied by its creaking wood and rustling leaves. Back in 1996, Japan’s Ministry of the Environment included the spot as one of the top 100 Soundscapes of Japan.
Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar
Another one in this list that is home to tall trees is Avenue of the Baobabs in Madagascar; which in this case reach 100 feet if not more. As we know, Madagascar is the land of the greatest and wildest adventure. 250 miles away from Africa, the island nations also cater to giant moths and bug-eyed lemurs.
Banff National Park, Canada
Surrounded by glaciered peaks and crystal clear lakes including Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, and Lake Minnewanka, Banff National Park is easily the most beautiful spots in Canada. The breathtaking view of Canadian Rockies and pristine water resource is not something you see everyday.
Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
New Zealand is famous for its breathtaking landscapes and pristine lakes. But one of the most beautiful places to go happens to be Fiordland National Park located in the South Island.
Not to mention, the southern part is filled with vivid purple Russell Lupins starting at the end of November and peaking in early December. The gorgeous field covered with Lupins looks like a scene taken from a fairytale.
Blue Lagoon, Iceland
Another place surrounded by snow-capped fields and scenic views is Blue Lagoon in Iceland. The famous place is located southwest of Reykjavik and gets its trademark baby blue color from the silica-rich waters that feed it.
Moreover, not only is it pleasing to look at but the geothermal water is great for your skin as well.
One of the most romantic cities in the world is Venice in Italy, hands down! The small yet concentrated city is filled with little shops, cafes, and stone paved sidewalks. Like its name ‘floating city,’ the canals swarmed with boats runs right through the bustling city.
Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia
Featured in many cinematic videos and included in every traveler’s bucket list, Salar De Uyuni or Salt flat is the place you have to see. There is no doubt that it is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Located in the South-west of Bolivia, Salar De Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world.
Regardless of the season, this landscape is surreal and picturesque all the time. When dry, the tiles are blindingly white; during the wet season, the lakes turn into a mirror, reflecting the clear sky.
The 17 tiered pools of Pamukkale also known as ‘cotton castle‘ in Turkish puts any hot springs to shame. The snow-white travertine, a form of limestone, overlooking the city of Denizli creates an infinity pool and gorgeous view.
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Likewise, Pamukkale is also home to the ancient Roman spa-city Hierapolis which are impressively preserved. One can experience the bathe like an emperor among the submerged aged columns.
That’s all for this one. What do you think about our list of the most beautiful places in the world?