The 23 most attractive places you should visit once in your life (Part 1)


The Earth is a wonderful place, where there are many natural wonders, artifacts and rich fauna and flora. Too many destinations around the world make it difficult for many to choose. Here are 23 absolute points not to be missed.

23. Taj Mahal, Agra, India

Perhaps the most romantic building ever built, and certainly one of the greatest architectural masterpieces in the world. Taj Majal is a tomb of the emperor Shah Jahan built 400 years ago to donate his beloved third wife.

The construction of this magnificent tomb required more than 20,000 workers and took more than two decades to complete. To ensure perfection, the king sought skilled craftsmen from all over the world, using the highest quality materials from throughout Asia. Today, the Taj Mahal is one of the seven new wonders of the world and is recognized by UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage.

22. Galapagos Islands, Pacific Ocean

“A living museum of evolution,” the Galapagos Islands is one of the greatest natural environments on the planet. These islands were formed millions of years ago by a series of volcanic eruptions in the Pacific Ocean. The isolation of the archipelago has created the growth of exotic animals and marine organisms that can not be seen anywhere else on Earth.

The Galapagos Islands are so mysterious that even Charles Darwin is well known for using them as an inspiration to write about evolutionary theory. In recent decades, this place has particularly attracted more tourists with more than 200,000 visitors to watch birds walking, swimming lizards, giant tortoises, and more. If you are an animal lover then there is certainly no place more magical than the Galapagos.

21. New York City, United States

New York is known as the “Capital of the World”. With a mix of cultures, this place is filled with visitors from all over the world. To enjoy the authentic taste of New York City, you will need many trips, or at least a long trip.

First you can visit the famous Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, 9/11 Memorial, Bronx Zoo, Times Square, Broadway and Central Park. . Then, the unique and special neighborhoods will seduce you, the city’s uninterrupted energy will engulf you, and good food will make you uncomfortable. That is why when they arrived in New York people do not want to leave.

20. Bora Bora, South Pacific

Emerging from the distant waters of Bora Bora, a small volcanic island surrounded by lush forests, surrounded by white sandy beaches and breathtaking views.

Bora Bora has been honored for centuries; dating from hundreds of years ago, when British explorers discovered this beauty when they explored by boat. Today, the attractive charm of this island has become an exciting destination for honeymooners. If you can afford to stay at one of Bora Bora’s luxury resorts, be prepared for a relaxing getaway.

19. Antarctica

The frozen continent has yet to be fully explored with its cool temperatures, wild and dangerous wildlife, climate and erratic terrain that make Antarctica a mysterious place. There is no place on Earth compared to this vast white glacial land.

The challenge for Antarctica is that there are virtually no permanent residents on the continent. Tourism in recent years has found a way to exploit this beauty. Traveling here is only allowed to operate safely from November to March. The trip can be both dangerous and expensive, but you will be one of the first people on the planet to step into the land yet. be the ultimate conqueror of the world.

18. Amazon rainforest

The lungs of the planet – the Amazon rainforest are the richest flora and fauna on Earth. With an area of ​​5.3 million square kilometers, the Amazon is a large ecosystem with a combination of forests, rivers, millions of plant and animal species and indigenous peoples.

It has natural beauty throughout the year and is divided into two main seasons. The dry season (from June to December) is very hot and humid, the water level drops and trails open, perfect for those who want to walk into the rainforest. In contrast, the rainy season (from December to June) comes with torrential rains, creating rivers that lead to deep areas of the forest where wildlife can be seen. No matter what season you are in, this will be one of the most memorable travel experiences of your life.

17. Greek Islands

Greece is always known as the home of the heroes and the house of the legendary gods. More than 1400 large islands embellish the Greek coast, each island is unique for the ideal trip of the people.

Dubbed the most romantic place on the planet, the islands of Santorini are an ideal destination for those in love, honeymooners or romance lovers. Or Mykonos – the island for those who love exploring wildlife. The gourmets will be satisfied with the gastronomic paradise of Crete, famous for its best Greek food and wine. Milos is paradise for sea lovers, where you can spend all day lazy on the colorful beach. For those who want to turn back time back several millennia, the day trip to Delos – the birthplace of Apollo will bring a wealth of knowledge of history. Many other islands associated with the magic of ancient Greece are waiting for you to explore.

16. Northern Aurora, Iceland

Aurora is one of the most spectacular phenomena of nature. In the sky, the green, pink, shimmering blue lights match perfectly as if performing a colorful dance. There is nothing more wonderful than seeing this phenomenon.

Although the aurora can be observed in some places around the Arctic Circle, the aurora in Iceland gives you a very different feel to the wonders below. The glaciers flow into the geothermal lagoons and then into the volcano to form legendary waterfalls. Iceland is for the adventurous, besides you will have good opportunities to take perfect pictures. The Northern Aurora is one of the 7 natural wonders of the world.

15. Canyon of the Grand Canyon, Arizona, United States

The Grand Canyon canyon is one of the most impressive wonders in the world. You will be overwhelmed by majestic scenery when watching from on high or exploring from the inside.

The canyon is 2 billion years old, making it the most plausible reason for you to plan a trip to Arizona. This will be an unforgettable experience.

Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

14. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt field in the world with an area of ​​over 10,000 km2. It is formed from prehistoric lakes that have absorbed all the water under the sun, leaving a thick layer of salt. When covered with a thin layer of water will create reflection as a giant mirror.

No word can describe the feeling of standing on the world’s largest mirror. When the flood season starts on the Salar de Uyuni, a thin layer of water covers the surface of the salt, creating an interesting phenomenon that you have never witnessed anywhere else: a sea of ​​endless reflections. Today, this place becomes an ideal destination for tourists and photographers.

13. Easter Island, Chile

One of the mysteries of humanity has not been explained, that is why people built huge statues in Easter Island. There are 887 giant statues, called “moai”, ancient Rapa Nui placed throughout the island.

Visiting Easter Island will stimulate your mind with interesting curiosity. You will find yourself curious about the remote island mysterious. Where did the first settlers come from? Where do the statues come from? How do they transport them? And why are they experiencing such troubles? Great adventures await you in the South Pacific!


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