Cappadocia, an area in Turkey where entire cities have been carved into rock, it is a pretty incredible spectacle. But whenever hot-air balloons fill the sky up, its beauty level is just infinitely boosted.
Pyramids of Giza: El Giza, Egypt
The Mystical Pyramids of Giza, the only wonder of the seven of the old world still standing today! They are never seen but as mysterious marvels of architecture. We may never know whether or not they were built by mutants, aliens or humans. But nevertheless, any theory shall it may be would never compromise their integrity considered as Godly Architectures!
Glowworm Caves: Waitomo, New Zealand
New Zealand, the land of marvels and beauty. The Waitomo Caves in New Zealand, an attraction you would never have to miss! Hold thousands of bioluminescent larvae that leave long strings of mucus (sounds gross, looks ravishing) and glow like a subterranean galaxy much as similar as our own Milky Way.
Mù Cang Chải: Vietnam
Mù Cang Chải, one of the most breathtaking spots in Vietnam, with terraced rice fields and mountainous landscapes. A view that would just breathe life into your soul once witnessed.
Paro Taktsang: Bhutan
Paro Taktsang, also known as "The Tiger's Nest" monastery, hangs on a cliffside precipice more than 10,000 feet above the ground. If the intricate temple's complexity doesn't awe you, then the sweeping views of the Paro valley surely will.
Salar de Uyuni: Daniel Campos, Bolivia
The world's largest salt mine displays a reflective surface that is like nothing you would ever witness anywhere. You can consider an artist’s imagination incarnated — we're just ecstatic that it actually exists in real life.
Bryce Canyon: Bryce, Utah
The layers of red and orange rock pillars in Bruce Canyon’s nature, is widely known as hoodoos, it’s a destination that you should never miss especially for campers and shutterbugs alike.
Keukenhof Park, The Netherlands
Holland’s rainbow-hued fields of tulips, especially those located in and around Keukenhof are one of the main attractions people always aim to visit whenever they’re in the Netherlands. Millions of bulbs get to be planted in the park each year— plan your visit in mid-April to witness the brilliant beauty of the fully-bloomed flowers during their peak season.
Iceland’s largest glacier is also one of the country's most beautiful attraction sites. The landscape under the glacier is like a complete parallel world, filled with ice caves, canyons, and even volcanoes.
Okavango Delta: Botswana
The lush “Okavango Delta” is nothing less than a garden of Eden on Earth, its wildlife is witnessed at its best whenever you visit. You can always find Cheetahs, zebras, buffalos, and rhinos roaming around freely.
Namib Desert: Namibia
Red sand dunes and skeletal trees make Namibia the closest thing we have to Mars on Earth, which makes it a perfect place to set a movie shoot in! The Namib Desert was also the filming location for Mad Max: Fury Road.
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
You might know them better as the Cliffs of Insanity from The Princess Bride, but this seaside wonder is actually located just south of Galway. Inconceivable!
Benagil Sea Cave: Algarve, Portugal
The southern coast of Portugal is lined with exquisite beaches and caves, including the infamous Benagil Sea Cave.
Arashiyama: Kyoto, Japan
The bamboo forest in the Arashiyama district, a perfect embodiment of serenity! It is just a wonderful site to behold. No wonder it's one of Pinterest's most beloved places.
Ashikaga Flower Park: Ashikaga, Japan
Ashikaga's wisteria trees bloom is a showcase of nature’s brilliance for a few weeks every spring, turning the park into a vision of pastel pinks and purples.
Pamukkale: Denizli, Turkey
The stacked pools in Pamukkale are usually surrounded by snow and frozen waterfalls, but the blue waters are hot and open to bathers. You'll never be satisfied with your hotel's infinity pool again, guaranteed!
Kolukkumalai Tea Estate: Munnar, India
Situated more than 8,000 feet above sea level, Kolukkumalai is the highest tea estate in the world—and with least competition, it’s the most beautiful.
The Great Blue Hole: Belize
Known for its circular shape and strikingly deep blue color, the Great Blue Hole is a 1,000-foot-wide sinkhole in the middle of Belize's Lighthouse Reef. An aerial shot suffices to convince anyone of its soothing beauty, scuba divers are the ones who get to experience the wonders that lie beneath—massive limestone stalactites and stalagmites that formed during the last glacial period.
Of all the amazing cities in Italy and home to the enchanting sunlit canals of Venice.
Halong Bay: Vietnam
Halong Bay, located in northeast Vietnam, is beloved for its blue waters and spread of limestone islands, all occupied by tropical trees and wildlife.
Moravian Fields: Czech Republic
It's at most believable to think that the magnificence of the Moravian Fields are the product of an oil painter's genius brushstrokes, but these pastel-colored-looking hills are very much a reality indeed!
Nā Pali Coast: Kauai, Hawaii
Kauai boasts one of the world's most insanely beautiful coastlines, which makes you work a bit to soak up its wonders—Nā Pali can only be seen from a helicopter, catamaran, or rather grueling hike.
Serengeti National Park: Tanzania
Tanzania's portion of the Serengeti is the ideal location for an African adventure & Safari lovers.
Lavender fields: Provence, France
The seemingly endless stretches of lavender fields make Provence one of the prettiest (and best-smelling) places in France.
Fernando de Noronha: Brazil
This archipelago off the northeast coast of Brazil consists of 21 islands, featuring some of the best beaches and most beautiful landscapes in the country. Think waterfalls, towering cliffs, stretches of white sand, and (maybe best of all) limited tourists (Ideal Enough?).
Uluru: Northern Territory, Australia
No matter how you choose to view the 700-million-year-old Uluru (or Ayers Rock)—from above by hot air balloon, across the desert on a motorcycle, hiking at the base during the technicolor sunset—witnessing its majesty should be on every traveler's bucket list.
The Arctic Circle
Whether you're spotting the Northern Lights in Sweden or glaciers off the coast of Greenland, the Arctic Circle is a new gateway to a hidden paradise.
Machu Picchu: Peru
The ancient Machu Picchu's panoramic views and intricate (and a tad mysterious) stone walls more than validate the site's worldwide fame and quenches your thirst for witnessing ancient relics firsthand.
Grand Canyon National Park: Arizona, USA
There's a reason why more than 5 million people visit the Grand Canyon every year: It's one of the seven natural wonders of the world, but a lot easier to access than Mount Everest or the Great Barrier Reef.
While it may not be the first place you'd pick for a vacation abroad, Samarkand is a standout with intricately tiled buildings and colorfully dressed locals. It also has a rich history as a Silk Road stopping point.