It also gives a lot of time to meet new people, experience different cultures, comprehend something new and understand how certain things are done around the world. Surely, travelling makes us happier. So, we’ve created a list of places you have to see before you die.
The most amazing and exciting places in the world
Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway
It’s known to be the world\'s most beautiful road and very popular tourist attraction. This winding road curves over and around the brutal Norwegian Sea. The Atlantic Ocean road - 8.2 km long, and built on a total of eight bridges. Apart from the incredible road itself, the scenery is amazing too. You even can park your car at allotted stopping places, climb a hillock and enjoy the breath-taking view. This highway will bring you out to the farthest point where the land ends and the ocean begins.
Tianzi Mountains, China
Tianzi Mountain is located in Zhangjiajie in the Hunan Province of China. It is known as \'the Monarch of the Peak Forest\'. The total area is 67 sq km, and the highest peak is 1262 meters high. Tianzi Mountain Nature Reserve boasts rocky peaks in grotesque shapes and shrouded in drifting mist. It’s one of those places that just takes your breath away.
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
Cliffs of Moher were recently voted as the seventh most wonderful heritage site in the world. These scenic cliffs on the West coast of Ireland rise more than 200 metres over the rugged Atlantic coast. Of course, one of the most unique and precious aspects of the cliffs is the local wildlife that calls them home. There is a wide variety of birds such as atlantic puffins, razorbills, choughs and common gulls.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Bolivia is one of South America’s most diverse and perplexing nations. It lies in the heart of South America and it’s a country of breathtaking contrasts.
Salar de Uyuni located in southwest Bolivia in the middle of a desert. It’s the world’s biggest and highest salt flat, is conveniently surrounded by a throng of other natural wonders. It sits at a lofty 3653 m and blankets 12,000 sq km. Salar de Uyuni a was part of a prehistoric salt lake, Lago Minchín. When it rains, the water sitting on top of the cemented salts reflects the sky above, turning Salar de Uyuni into the world’s largest mirror. Despite the desert dryness, freezing night temperatures, and fierce desert sun, this landscape is not devoid of life.There are pink flamingos, ancient cacti and rare hummingbirds. Salar de Uyuni is breathtakingly beautiful and provides an extraordinary experience that will not be quickly forgotten.
The Rainbow Mountains of Zhangye Danxia, China
Rainbow Mountains are a geological wonder of the world.Created by tectonic shifts, climatic conditions, and the erosion of red terrigenous sedimentary beds, The Rainbow Mountains stand along 400 square kilometers. The combination of different colors, textures, shapes and sizes create wonderful cave holes, towering peaks and stone halls. Lots of smooth and sharp cliffs are several hundred meters high. And an interesting fact that there are no plants and animals since the land is so dry.
Machu Picchu, Peru
In the mountains of Peru there are marvelous Inca temples, Spanish colonial towns, and spectacular Andean vistas. Machu Picchu is Peru’s most famous awe-inspiring Inca citadel. The ruins, combined with adjoining forest and exciting wilderness park, cover more than 116 square miles. Machu Picchu stands 2,430 m above sea-level, in the middle of a tropical mountain forest. It’s the best-known archaeological site on the continent. Glancing out from the highest heels on all the temples, fields, terraces, and baths seems to take you to another time. Visit Machu Picchu with your beloved to see the sunset over the high stone monuments and marvel at the mysterious magnificence of one of the most famous man-made wonders in the world. For more information about romantic tours in Machu Picchu click pina-love....Read more