No, you've not seen it all! There are still breathtaking locations around the world you should see before you die. These places have been designed by nature and made even better by man. Just a picture of these places will give you the thrill and excitement - so imagine what it would be like to set foot on them and even breathe the air around there. We'll tell you what though, it'll be one of the best moments of your life.
On the other hand, if you've been thinking of a list of places to visit, and those that are worth it, these are the ones you should be on the lookout for. Remember, traveling is healthy and makes you smarter. Now let's dive right in and show you the list of places you should see before you die.
#1. Dolomites, Italy
The Dolomites in northeastern Italy is a mountain range, hence, it is a great place to see this holiday. For starters, this location is a tourist attraction and it is one of the top hiking destinations in the world. Those who reside around this mountain are famous for their mountain climbing, cycling, hiking, and BASE jumping. What you should be on the lookout for in this destination, is the Altopiano di Asiago and Calà del Sasso, with 4444 steps. The latter is the world's longest staircase that is accessible to the public.
#2. Phi Phi Islands, Thailand
Phi Phi Islands, Thailand is breathtaking, and we expect you'll feel the same way when you visit this location. It is made up of six island group and it has beautiful beaches, clear water, and other natural beauty that can be accessed by visitors. This island has been featured in several movies including The Beach. What's more, there's so much more to feast your eyes on this location and some of these include, dolphins, leopard sharks, and black-tipped reef sharks.
#3. Grand Canyon, USA
The Grand Canyon in the USA is a steep-sided canyon or river valley that was carved out by the Colorado River in Arizona, United States. This place has a visually overwhelming size and colorful landscapes. Asides from having canyons, this place has several caves that were once inhabited by Native Americans. Research also revealed that the Grand Canyon could be 70 million years old, thus, this place holds a lot of history.
#4. Positano, Italy
Positano, a village in Italy is a romantic place to visit due to the colorful pastel houses and Medieval architecture the place features. It has a mild temperature and the beauty of the landscape has turned it into a holiday resort. Now the best way to absorb in all the features offered by this beautiful place is to take a walk around it and even climb its stairs. On the other hand, there are several high-end fashion boutiques around the place, and great food is something you can't lacking.
#5. The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
If you're out to see the world's largest coral reef system, then The Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia is where you should be. The reef is very large to the extent it can be seen from space. Also, this place is the world's biggest single structure made by living organisms. As such, the reef has billions of tiny organisms. It may also be worth noting that it is among the Seven Wonders of the Natural World.
#6. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
Pyramids of Giza, Egypt is also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops is the oldest Seven Ancient Wonders of the World, and it is the only one that is still intact. On the other hand, this location was the tallest man-made structure for over 3,800 years. If that captivates your interest, then it's a place you should be. There are chambers including the King's and Queen's chamber within this pyramid.
#7. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia
Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia is the world's largest salt flat judging from its size of 4,086 square miles. This location is covered by salt crust and what makes it extraordinary is how flat the surface is. The salt flat becomes reflective during the rainy season, thereby having more appeal. What's more, 50% to 70% of the lithium reserves in the world are held in this location.
#8. Aurora Australis, Antarctica
The Aurora Australis or Southern Lights is a sight to behold and it is visible at certain heights. It is a phenomenon that occurs and is visible as a breathtaking color palette (glowing green, red curtain of light, or pinks, purples, and golds) in the night sky. If you're a photographer looking for a tourist attraction, this spectacular natural light display would be it. However, this phenomenon can only be viewed from the southern latitudes and a height not greater than a 30-degree latitude line.
These are some of the best places you should see before you die, and if you've been saving up year-in-year-out, it's time to spoil yourself a little. Take a vacation and visit one of these places and who knows, lots of memories will be made. And remember, there are new people to meet around the world in these locations.
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