Wherever you might be residing, if you have a lifetime bucket list, the desire to travel around the world will always be part of it. Of course, who doesn’t want to see the beauty of the world, right?
Our homes, even if that’s where we sleep, eat, play, and have fine time with family, staying in it for your whole life could get boring. We all have to take time to go out, and when I say go out, that means going to see things you have never seen before and setting foot on places you have never been in.
To help you complete your itinerary, we made a list of the most breathtakingly spectacular places you need to visit before you die.
Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
What you should see in this hidden wonder in Tanzania is the deep, volcanic crater, which is the largest unflooded and unbroken caldera in the world. Measuring 20 kilometers across, 600 meters deep, and 300 square kilometers in area, it will surely leave you breathless.
Mud Volcanoes of Gobustan, Azerbaijan
This natural wonder carries the throne of having the world’s most mud volcanoes. They mostly spread in Azerbaijan, numbering to 350–800 situated in the areas of Azerbaijan Republic.
Jeita Grotto, Nahr al-Kahb Valley, Lebanon
Spanning 5.6 miles, the Jeita Grotto is a system of two separate but interconnected karstic limestone caves. Considered as a Lebanese national symbol, this has become one of the top tourist destinations in Lebanon.
Jiuzhaigou National Park, Sichuan Province, China
This spectacular site is a home to 220 bird species, endangered plants and animals, including the giant panda, Sichuan golden monkey, Sichuan takin, orchids, and rhododendrons. It also houses nine Tibetan villages. Being China’s premier national park, Jiuzhaigou National park is a wonder to see.
Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Iceland
Situated between Selfoss and Skógafoss, Seljalandfoss is a waterall in Iceland that attracts a great number of tourists. Most of its visitors attested that it is absolutely stunning. It’s time to see it for yourself.
Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes, South Korea
The Jeju Island is probably one of the most popular spots in South Korea. Featured in many shows and talked about by many tourists, the Jeju Island is certainly a must-visit. The island is located in Korean Strait, southwest of South Jeolla Province. Its capital is Jeju City.
Angel Falls, Venezuela
It is named as the highest waterfall in the world with the water that comes in a free fall of 979 meters from the Churum River hovering of the edge of the “Auyantepuy” Table Mountain, the largest tepuy in Canaima, Venezuela. Opened for visitors since only 1990, this has grown to one of the top tourist destinations in Venezuela and in the whole world.
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
It can be found at the southwestern edge of the Burren region in Country Clare, Ireland, and it rises 120 meters above the Atlantic Ocean at Hag’s Head. Its scenery is calm enough to help you forget about worries.
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
The lakes have been so famous and have been named a national park. Called the Plitvice Lakes National Park, this is a place to go if you plan to visit Croatia. It is located in the mountainous karst area of central Croatia is one of the oldest national parks in Southeast Europe and the largest park in Croatia.
Iguazu National Park, Argentina
With an area of 550 square kilometers, it is certainly big enough to capture its visitors’ eyes. It is located in the Iguazú Department in the north province of Misiones, Argentine Mesopotamia. It was created in 1934 and contains the Iguazu Falls, one of the crown jewels of Argentina.
Frozen Sea in Lulea, Sweden
In January until March to April, the sea in Luleå, Sweden, freezes. It is one of the greatest beauties visitors will see in in the Luleå archipelago. Take a break from the summer heat by visiting this place.
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, Palawan
The Philippines has made a name of being the home of many breathtaking tourist destinations, and this Subterranean River in Puerto Princesa, Palawan is a proof to that. T is a UNESO-listed national park and was chosen as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World on November 11, 2011. With the spectacular beauty the place offers, it deserves that spot on the list.
Skaftafell National Park, Iceland
The rugged landscapes, mountains, glaciers, and numerous flora and fauna are just few of the things visitors can look forward to when they cisit Skaftafell National Park in Iceland. Established in 1967, it has become of the sites to see in the place, and you will not want to miss it too.
Fox Glacier, South Island, New Zealand
The largest commercially guided glacier in New Zealand, the Fox Glacier is situated in Glacier Country on the West Coast of the South Island. The area allows you to do glacier walks, flights, and hikes. Expanding 13 kilometers long, you will never get enough of this tourist spot.
Trango Towers, Pakistan
The Trango Towers are a group of rock towers in Gilgit-Baltistan in Northern Pakistan. It is a famous plce for rock climbers who want to take the challenge of climbing up its large, towering cliffs. But aside from rock climbers, tourists, even those who are not brave enough to do some climbing, are flooding the area to witness its beauty.
These tourist destinations will leave you speechless, and when you come, there’s a big chance that you will not want to leave. But you can’t blame yourself; who would not want to wake up to such great beauties, right?