Traveling is one of the best hobbies anyone can ever have. It’s like a breath of fresh air that invites a change of routine in your life. Exploring different places and cultures around the world is not only good for mood, but also expands your knowledge. You learn about the people, their eating habits, the history of all the places you visit and all that. In short, traveling brings all the good things into your life.
Now that many countries have reopened international travel for tourists, it’s time to plan your vacation to the most beautiful places in the world.
What are the most beautiful places in the world?
Visiting these places will steal your heart and impress you. If you are a travel enthusiast, add these places to your bucket list.
Greece happens to be one of the most beautiful places in the world. Oia on Santorini is the most popular, prettiest and most picturesque village on the Greek island. Santorini will enchant you with the traditional stone houses along the narrow streets. The breathtaking blue-domed churches and sun-drenched porches are worthy of praise. This place has everything to spend a good time – souvenir shops, taverns, cafes, etc.
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
The Great Barrier Reef is the only living being seen from space. Located in northeastern Australia off the coast of Queensland, it happens to be one of the most beautiful places in the world. The ecosystem is 2,300 kilometers long and includes more than 3,000 individual reef systems, hundreds of islands, coral reefs and sandy beaches.
Garden of the Gods, Colorado
Garden of the Gods is located in the United States. It is a public city park that needs no artificial attraction, the wonders of nature are enough to make you admire its beauty. There are bridges, hundreds of red sandstone spiers and other rock formations. Walk down the path and explore this wonder at its best. Rock climbing is a famous activity performed here.
Appenzell is one of the most beautiful places in the world, and for all the right reasons. The charming scenery of this small village is enough to steal your heart. It is the most traditional of all Swiss regions. Exploring the rural world of this place will be a sight to behold, we promise. This place is exactly like a fairy tale from your childhood.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
If you are an island person, a visit to Bora Bora is a must. This place is far out in the vast South Pacific. The dreamy island has a dormant volcano at its heart, further covered by a dense jungle and flanked by an emerald chain of the tiny sand-lined island that forms a turquoise lagoon. All of these highlights also make it one of the most sought-after honeymoon destinations.
Located in Namibian Naukluft National Park, this salt and clay pan is one of the most attractive places in the world. The immense red dunes of this place are worth exploring. The dunes stop the water of the Tasauchab River from flowing any further. The pan usually stays dry. But when it rains, it gets filled with water, something to catch a glimpse of.
Every year Turkey receives millions of tourists around the world. The culture, ambiance and friendliness of the locals are reasons enough to come here. Turkey’s Cappadocia is where you’ll encounter beautiful fairy chimneys and other rock formations on land. This place is very welcoming. You will find excellent options for accommodation. Enjoy the food, the hot air balloon experience and buy your heart.
Venice, the city of love, is also one of the most beautiful places in the world. The Italian city is located on the water and stretches over 118 islands. There is a huge network of canals connected by 409 bridges. Yes, you heard it right. The restaurants serve the tastiest Italian dishes. It makes it one of the most popular honeymoon destinations among honeymooners.
Keukenhof Park, Netherlands
The Keukenhof Park of Holland, Netherlands is known as the Garden of Europe. Here you will find the largest flower gardens. Don’t be surprised if we tell you that seven million flower bulbs are planted here every year. The sight of this park is breathtaking. There are water gardens, fountains, ponds and a private historic garden to explore.
Marble Caves, Chile
If you enjoy exploring caves and delving deeper into history using this medium, Marble Caves in Chile is a must-visit place. It is located in the Patagonian Andes, bordering a remote glacial lake. Also known as Cuevas de Marmol, this place embraces a unique geological formation made up of solid marble that has been worn away by water for over 6,200 years.
Mount Fuji, Japan
Japan is full of beautiful wonders of the world, and Mount Fuji is one of them. It is a great place to visit on your trip to Japan. The mountain and the surrounding area is filled with temples, shrines and the ever-popular Chureito Pagoda, a driving distance away. If you want to get the most out of an adventure enthusiast in you, climb the mountain during the climbing season – from early July to early September. We promise you will visit here again.
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Victoria Falls, also known as Mosi-oa-Tunya (the smoke that thunders), is a breathtaking spectacle of beauty and majesty. It is touted as the largest water curtain in the world. The beautiful sight of the water pouring down from gigantic mountains will lift your mood. This beautiful place often remains at the top of the travel itinerary among tourists. You can enjoy hiking in the nearby forest area.
Traveling to these places will leave you with some of the best memories. So why wait? Start by doubling your savings so you can visit all of these places, click your best photos, and brag about your love of travel on your social media.
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