Our world is filled with breathtaking places, either natural or made by mankind itself. Here are ten of the most beautiful places worth visiting at least once in a lifetime.
The PlitviceLakes is one of the oldest national parks in Croatia. The crystal clear waters are arranged in beautiful cascades surrounded by green scenery. With the sensational waterfalls and unique greenish-blue colors, the view is absolutely unforgettable.
The title of the most impressive waterfall in the world, goes without the doubt to the Victoria Falls formed on the Zambezi River in Africa; the largest singular waterfall in the world.For most of the year, the VictoriaFalls is a powerful, booming machine, that will strike anyone in its way, but visiting it during the dry season, you are able to walk through some parts of the waterfalls.
Keukenhof, also known as the Garden of Europe, is famous world-wide for the millions of flower bulbs planted every year. Visiting the Keukenhof Park in the peak season, allows you to enjoy the amazing view of endless fields filled with blooming tulips.
This is the largest island in Vietnam. PhuQuoc has mesmerizing sand beaches, pepper plantations and is dominated by a national park. Non the less, because it is still rather undeveloped, it fosters a classic getaway experience.
Taking a famous boat ride through the starry paradise of the Glowworm Grotto is certainly a fascinating experience. Gliding under thesemicroscopic living lights feels like floating under a galaxy. The attraction has a visitor center, where these organized tours are provided.
The Isle of Skye is not only well known for its landscapes and wildlife; it also covers a rich variety of topics related to history. And being a world class destination for alpinists and hikers, there are many walks to be found on Skye, even for the less experienced.
Taking a stroll through the forest of magnificent 2000-year-old trees is something you definitely should experience. The sight of Redwood National Park’s natural giants is literally the biggest attraction you can enjoy there. While visiting you can also go fishing, bird watching, kayakingor any other of many activities provided.
This breath-taking white marble mausoleum was constructed in the 17th century in the memory of a Persian princess, and to this day it remains a truly amazing architectural design. Over three million people visit the mausoleum every year.
Santorini is one of the most beautiful islands in the world, and the small village Oiais particularly captivating as it resembles a place taken directly out of a fairytale.It is known for its beautiful sunset and peaceful life.
There is a mist of mystery wrapped around these 25-ton stones, and that is exactly the biggest part of the charm of Stonehenge. When visiting this ring of standing stones at sunset, the sight is absolutely stunning and picturesque.