1. The Wettest Place on Earth
Hawaii's Kauai Island deserves the medal for the rainiest place in the world. Due to the climate, a true tropical paradise has developed here. On the island, you can go hiking, swimming, biking or jumping on the water on the rocks.
2. Bora Bora and the coral reef
Bora Bora is second on the list of the most beautiful places in the world. Bora Island Bora is an island formed by the lava of a volcano, which is now extinct.
A magnificent coral reef can be admired here, and the reef ecosystem makes the water amazingly transparent.
3. The most beautiful places in the world - Longsheng rice terraces
The name Longsheng comes from Longji, which means "dragon's back". The terraces on which the rice is planted resemble the scales on the back of a dragon. The scenery is amazing, and the raw greens of the rice plantations are spectacular.
4. Victoria Falls, a majestic waterfall
Victoria Falls, on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, is the largest waterfall in the world, in surface area. The waterfall carries an amount of 1,088 cubic meters of water per second. The water falls from a height of 76 meters, creating a show worth seeing.
5. The Amazon, the river at the superlative
The Amazon River is the "artery" of the largest tropical forest and one of the most beautiful places in the world. Amazon has the highest flow on Earth and is one of the longest rivers in the world.
The tropical forest that surrounds it accounts for more than half of the world's tropical forest.
6. A rainbow between the mountains
The Rainbow Mountains of Zhangye Danxia, China, show how beautiful the weather and erosion can be. The special colors of the mountain are the result of the minerals associated with the sandstone. The mountain is colored in shades of red, green and yellow.
7. Thailand's magical beach
Railay Beach, Thailand, is a magical place where you can only reach by boat. Railay is a place where you can spend your time climbing the limestone cliffs, exploring the vast caves or swimming to the nearby islands.
8. The most beautiful places in the world: Neuschwanstein Castle
We leave behind tropical paradises and travel to cooler places. The Neuschwanstein Castle, dating from the 19th century, is located in southern Germany and inspired the Sleeping Beauty Castle from the Disney production.
This place is visited regularly during the summer months. The castle is a symbol of refuge and peace.
9. Iceland and Northern Lights
Due to the Northern Lights, Iceland has earned a well-deserved place in the top of the most beautiful places in the world. The natural spectacle of the Arctic sky is one of Iceland's biggest tourist attractions.
10. Antarctica, lively
Antarctica is the coldest, windiest, driest and highest of the 7 continents. Despite the harsh climate, there are a lot of animals living here. Millions of penguins have their habitat here.
11. An amazing natural park
Yellowstone Park is the oldest national park in the US and probably the world. You can drive through the park and you will encounter a variety of wild animals, several tens of meters away.
12. Tracy Arm Fjord, a splendor created by glaciers
The fjords provide an impressive show and reveal to us what wonders nature can create. They are created by the slow erosion of the valleys of the mountains as the glaciers move down towards the sea.
Although Norway is famous for its fjords, I have included in the list of the most beautiful places in the world the Tracy Arm Fjord in Alaska. In the waters that hit the shore swims killer whales and a coral reef is found.
13. The most beautiful places in the world: The landscape carved by glaciers
The picturesque mountains, glaciers, lakes, and rivers make Torres Del Paine National Park, Patagonia, one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Here, the German adventurer Hermann Eberhard discovered, in 1895, the skeleton of a Megatherium that lived in the Pleistocene. The animal was the largest species of lazy animals, having the size of an elephant.
14. The most beautiful places in the world: Svalbard Island
Svalbard Island is located in the Arctic Ocean, north of mainland Europe. Svalbard is the northernmost settlement with a permanent population in the world. If you go through Svalbard, it is not uncommon to see polar bears, reindeer, and arctic foxes.
15. Arashiyama Forest, Japan
No photo can reproduce the feeling you have when walking in the Arashiyama bamboo forest. Located in Kyoto Prefecture, the forest looks like a green paradise. The tens of meters high bamboos create the feeling that you are in an unreal world.
16.Aogashima Volcano, Japan
Aogashima is a volcanic island in the Philippine Sea. The island is located about 350 km south of Tokyo. It is the southernmost and most isolated island in the Izu archipelago.
Petra is a historic city in the southern province of Ma'an in Jordan. The city is renowned for its architecture and water pipeline system. Petra is also called Pink City because of the color of the stone from which it is carved.
18.Lake Hillier (Pink Lake), Western Australia
Hillier Lake is a salt lake on the edge of Middle Island, the largest of the islands and islets that make up the Recherche Archipelago off the south coast of Western Australia.
The lake is famous for its pink color. Color that is supposed to be due to the only organism living in it, Dunaliella salina. Another hypothesis claims that the pink color is due to the red halophilic bacteria in the salt crusts.
19.Chittorgarh Fort, India
Chittorgarh Fort is one of the largest fortresses in India and probably one of the largest in the state of Rajasthan. It is declared a World Heritage Site. The fortress is known more as Chittor, was once the capital of the Mewar region and is currently located in the city of Chittorgarh.
20.Cinque Terre, Riomaggiore, Italy
Cinque Terre is a rugged part of the Italian Riviera. It is located in the Liguria region of Italy, west of the city of La Spezia. "The Five Lands" (Cinque Terre) comprises five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore.
Throughout the centuries people have carefully built terraces on steep rocky slopes with sea views. Part of the charm is the fact that the villages are connected by footpaths, you can reach by train and maritime ships to villages, but the cars cannot reach them from the outside.
21.Fairy Pools, Skye Island, Scotland
At the foot of Black Cuillins near Glenbrittle are Fairy Pools, beautiful pools with crystal clear blue water on the Brittle River. These famous pools attract visitors from all over the world.
22.Mamanuca Islands, Fiji
Mamanuca Islands is a volcanic archipelago located west of Nadi and south of the Yasawa Islands. Popular tourist destinations consisting of a group of about 20 islands, seven of which during the high tides are covered by the Pacific Ocean.
23.Giant's Causeway (Ireland)
Giant's Causeway is an area with approximately 40,000 centralized basalt columns formed as a result of an ancient volcanic eruption.
This strange volcanic rock formation is located in Antrim County on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland, approximately 4.8 km northeast of Bushmills. Giant Causeway has been named the fourth largest natural wonder in the UK.
24.The worm caves, Waimoto, New Zealand
The Waitomo Glowworm Caves is a cave in Waitomo on the North Island (North Island) of New Zealand known for its bright worm population, Arachnocampa Luminosa. This species can only be found in New Zealand. They are the size of an average mosquito. This cave is part of the Waimoto Caves system which includes the Ruakuri cave and the Aran cave.
25.Glass Beach, California, USA
Glass Beach is a beach in MacKericher National Park near the city of Fort Bragg, California which is a glass beach created due to landfills in the coastal area near the northern part of the city.
Pamukkale translates from the Turkish language as "cotton castle", it is a natural place in Denzil province in southeastern Turkey. The city contains thermal springs and travertine, carbonated mineral terraces left by flowing water.
Tourism is and has been an important industry. People or bathing in its pools for thousands of years.
In conclusion, we recommend you put down the phone and book your tickets for your next adventure!