We live in an incredible world full of giant glaciers, amazing mountains and plains dotted with wild animals. There are many breathtaking places in this land that you must visit but some of them are the most beautiful places on earth. But, with so many places to visit, where to start?
So, here is the list of 7 most beautiful places on the Earth to visit as soon as possible!
1. Pyramids of Giza – Egypt
If there is any historical place in the world to visit, then it is Egypt! Like the incomparable history of the pharaohs, the huge pyramids in the desert and the imposing capital of Cairo. We recommend that you don’t miss all of this during your Egypt vacation. With a total of 6 pieces, the famous pyramids of Giza are among the oldest buildings in the world. You will be delighted!
2. Atacama Desert, Chile
Ever dreamed of exploring the moon? The trip to Valle de la Luna in the Atacama Desert in Chile is a much shorter flight. Years of erosion have left jagged peaks, dry riverbeds and a landscape strikingly similar to that of our beloved celestial body. It is one of the most beautiful places on the earth.
3. Boulders Beach, South Africa
Located on the coastline of False Bay, about 17 miles south of Table Mountain, Boulders Beach features Cape Town’s famous landscapes: glistening blue water, granite boulders and … penguins! Many people swim here just meters away from the adorable African penguins, but feel free to relax and admire the beautiful coastline.
4. Angel Falls, Venezuela
This country is overflowing with natural wonders, including the highest waterfall in the world: Angel Falls, with 3,212ft cascades, in the UNESCO-protected Canaima National Park. Canaima is by far the most popular tourist attraction in Venezuela, and the falls are 19 times the length of Niagara Falls. Plus, the Pixar animators used this location as an inspiration for the Up movie, so it should be good.
5. Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
“Antarctica feels otherworldly. It’s devoid of human life, with an almost eerie emptiness in places—no manmade buildings, no power lines, no planes flying overhead, and no lights. Simultaneously, it teems with natural life, from penguins calling for their mates in a cacophony of sounds to fur seals lurking below the surface waiting to pounce on their next meal. All that against a backdrop of towering mountains, brilliantly blue glaciers, and an unpolluted sky—I’ve yet to find anywhere else on earth that can compare.” — Caroline Morse Teel, Principal Editor. No words further needed!!!!
6. Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon (and an Instagram favorite) in the Southwestern United States. Its Navajo name translates to “the place where the water crosses the rocks,” an allusion to the creation of a canyon through erosion. The narrow, undulating spaces between the rock formations produce vibrant patterns when sunlight penetrates the corrugated stone.
7. Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Japan
Every traveler should experience the ethereal splendor and seemingly endless heights of this bamboo forest on the outskirts of Kyoto. The experience even goes beyond the visual: In 1996, Japan’s Ministry of the Environment included sounds here (wood creaks, crunchy leaves) as one of the top 100 soundscapes in Japan. It is one of the most beautiful places on the earth to visit.
Concluding this list by hoping that we gave you at least a sliver of inspiration for your next real or imaginary vacation! Without having to think twice, we declare these as the most beautiful places on the earth.
While these are our handpicked and reviewed places, there are dozens of enthusiastic travelers who have crisscrossed their paths through the beautiful countries of our unbelievably gorgeous earth. We happened to stumble upon one more such piece that you can check out.
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