With the news being full of bad news every single day, we need a breather that will remind us about the beauty of the world that will live in to keep us going. Here’s our list of the 8 Most Beautiful Places in the World.
Arashiyama (Kyoto, Japan)
A walk in this extensive bamboo grove in Arashiyama. The thick and seemingly endless bamboo stalks will make you feel like you’re entering another dimension. The bamboo groves run from outside Tenryu-ji’s north gate to Okochi Sanso villa.
Salar de Uyuni (Daniel Campos, Bolivia)
Salar de Uyuni is known as the largest salt flat in the world. The salt flat perfectly mirrors the blue sky, making it look like you’re actually stepping on it instead of standing on salt.
Vatnajökull, also known as Vatna Glaciers, is the most voluminous and largest ice cap in Iceland, as well as one of the most beautiful sites to see in the country. The glacier has ice caves, canyons and volcanoes underneath. This beautiful site gives its visitors an out of this world and one of a kind experience.
Keukenhof Park (Holland)
Keukenhof Park in Holland is popular for having tulip fields that make it seem like you’re looking at rainbow. Every year, millions of bulbs are planted in Keukenhof and visitors are advised to come in mid-April in order to see the flowers in full bloom.
The Great Blue Hole (Belize)
The Great Blue Hole, known for its deep blue color and almost perfectly circular shape, is a massive submarine sinkhole located off the coast of Belize. It’s beauty can be seen from an aerial view but under the water, divers will find limestone stalactites and stalagmite formations that were formed many years ago.
Waitomo Glowworm Caves (New Zealand)
Known for its big population of Arachnocampa luminosa, a species of glowworm found only in New Zealand, is the Waitomo Glowworm Caves. This popular attraction has a visitor centre and offers organized tours including a boat tour underneath the glowworms. The Waitomo Glowworm Caves is located in the southern part of Waitomo region of North Island, New Zealand.
Uluru (Northern Territory, Australia)
Uluru or Ayers Rock is most likely in the bucket list of every traveler. This 700-million-year-old, massive sandstone rock offers a majestic view whether your looking down from a hot air balloon or looking up while hiking at the base of the rock which becomes technicolor during sunset.
Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona, USA)
The Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The canyon measures up to a mile deep, 277 miles in length and 18 miles in width. For millions of years it continued to expand with the help of the Colorado River. It is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is visited by approximately 5 million visitors every year. It is managed by the National Park Service and some areas can get very crowded during peak season since it is a famous location for hikers and for those who want to sightseeing.
We hope that this article on the 8 Most Beautiful Places in the World, somehow brightened your day. Shine!