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10 Places to Visit In The World Before You Die
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19 December, 2019 0 Comments

"10 Places to Visit In The World Before You Die

Have you ever thought about what is missing in your life, apart from having a perfect family life, a secured job, and an incredible amount of money to spend on the mundane world which changes daily? The world where we live has so many things left unseen and undone, and we are not having a second thought about exploring them.

Earth is a beautiful planet, and every corner of the earth has something mesmerizing for you to experience. Since we are busy in our own scheduled routine, we have very little time to get in contact with the actual world we live in. So here we are in 2019 with our top 10 list of places in the world that you should visit before its too late. 

1. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

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Covering an area of 4,086 square miles, the massive salt flat is the largest one in the world. The salt flat is made up of a merger of several ancient lakes.

This salt flat becomes so reflective in the rainy season that it is used to calibrate satellites. It is effectively the world's most massive mirror and a breathtaking sight. It is absolutely a treat to watch the mirage image formations on its surface.

2. Reed Flute Caves, China

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The 200 meters long Reed Flute caves system is highlighted with multicolored lights giving visitors a remarkable experience.

Famous as china's one of the most visited attractions for over 1200 years, it's worthy of visiting destination. These incredible stalactites, stalagmite, and pillar formations attract hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.

3. Machu Picchu, Peru

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A 15th Century Incan citadel in the Andes Mountains in Peru was unknown to the world until, in 1911, American historian Hiram Bingham discovered and named it Machu Picchu.

The restored site offers a fantastic look into Inca history and an even more fabulous view of the astounding scenery. 

4. Victoria Falls, Livingstone, Zambia

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Are you ready to be impressed and mesmerized? You will be when you visit the darling Victoria Falls. This waterfall measures one mile across and is 354 feet high.

Along with the fact that more than 260,000 gallons of water flow over the edge per second, makes it the largest singular waterfall in the world.

5. The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

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The Great Barrier Reef is the most extensive collection of coral reefs in the world, spanning over 1,400 miles. It's so large that it can be seen from space, and it's among one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. It is the place to go diving, offering a one-of-a-kind display of underwater life.

6. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA

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The Antelope Canyon in Arizona is a picturesque series of crevices you wouldn't believe wasn't a photography trick until you checked it out yourself.

The way water carved out the crevices millions of years ago–coupled with how the light hits each wall–makes the rocks appear different colors, creating a dazzling display

7. Highlands, Iceland

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The Central Highlands of Iceland is the largest and remotest region in Iceland. It is also one of the largest uninhabited areas in Europe.

The Central Highlands do not attract as many foreign visitors as other regions of Iceland. A dazzling Northern Lights show is something that should be on every bucket list, and one of the best places to see the exhibit is in Iceland's highlands.

8. Yellowstone National Park, USA

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Yellowstone National Park spans over three states and features a variety of sights you don't want to miss. This collection of hot springs and geysers will genuinely have you amazed.

Some of the more popular areas in the park include the Old Faithful geyser and the Mammoth Hot Springs area. It's also home to hundreds of animal species, including bears, wolves, bison, elk, and antelope. Some other attractions of the place are dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, lush forests, hot springs, and gushing geysers.

9. Bora Bora, French Polynesia

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Bora Bora is the poster child of the iconic tropical paradise, citing its excellent overview of the water world.

This island sits 143 miles northwest of Papeete, in the South Pacific, and features the extraordinary turquoise waters, white-sand beaches, and beautiful greenery you'd hope to find in the tropics only.

For sure it's more fantastic than you can imagine. The best times to go to Bora Bora are November and April. 

10. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil

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Receiving as many as 60,000 visitors a year, Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is a popular destination for ecotourism and an ultimate paradise for nature lovers, given its unique physical features.

Some common activities within the park include surfing, canoeing, adventure tourism, rustic camping, horseback riding, and all-terrain vehicle and water tours.

This area features a collection of clean, white dunes intertwined with crystal clear blue waters, creating the kind of picturesque beauty you'd hope for but rarely see on a beach.

These are a few of the places you should visit alone or with your loved ones. After all, we all have this life to explore the place where we are born. Go, see it and believe it as they say when you feel it, you gotta do it.

So pack your bags today and head to experience some of the beautiful landscapes that you have missed all your life, and then you will know what exactly I am talking about. 

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