10 Places to visit before you Die

10 Places to visit before you Die

by Joseph

Life is short and we have only got a limited life span to explore the Earth So If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it.” It was hard to appoint 10 places to see before you die. We bring you these places but which one is better is a matter of opinion.

1. The Great Blue Hole, Belize

Off the coast of Belize, divers find a submarine sinkhole called The Great Blue Hole, where the water is 407 feet deep. It’s over 980 feet wide and can easily be seen from above.



2. Yellowstone National Park, USA

Yellowstone National Park spans over three states and features a variety of sights you don’t want to miss. This collection of hot springs and geysers will truly have you amazed. Some of the more popular areas in the park include the Old Faithful geyser and the Mammoth Hot Springs area.



3. Venice, Italy

Venice is the perfect destination for travelers seeking a unique city experience. The canals that run through the city act as roadways, providing a unique transportation option while delivering a beautiful scene.



4. The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest collection of coral reefs in the world, spanning over 1,400 miles. It’s so large that it can be seen from space, and it’s among one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. It is theplace to go diving, offering a one-of-a-kind display of underwater life.



5. Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

The Taj Mahal is a truly beautiful architectural feat. It’s a massive, white, marble-domed mausoleum constructed in the 1600s that attracts over three million visitors each year.



6. Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Twelfth century Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument on earth, is a staggering creation. Inspired by Hindu sacred design, it was commissioned by Khmer King Suryavarman II. It’s estimated to have taken 30 years to complete and as the name Angkor Wat – “city which became a temple”  suggests, it was both city and temple.

The approach to Angkor Wat gives visitors an immediate appreciation of the scale of the monument crossing a vast moat along a causeway built with enormous sandstone blocks and flanked by naga shaped balustrades. But it’s not until you’re inside the temple’s cloisters that the extraordinary intricacy and beauty of the stone carvings is revealed.

A good look at Angkor Wat will take several hours and it’s best visited at least twice – early in the morning and late in the afternoon.



7. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

As the only one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World still largely intact, the Pyramids of Giza are definitely worth a visit. Dating back to around 2,560 BC, the Great Pyramid of Giza stood as the tallest man-made structure for over 3,800 years.



8. Highlands, Iceland

A dazzling Northern Lights show is something that should be on every bucket list, and one of the best places to see the show is in Iceland’s highlands. One of the nature’s great displays, a free, multicoloured light show that is most commonly seen in the Arctic regions. Every performance is different, a beautiful, shifting dance of nocturnal rainbows that many viewers find a humbling and spiritually uplifting experience.



9. Tianzi Mountains, China

Set as the inspiration for the floating mountains in the movie Avatar, these formations are more breathtaking than you can imagine. The area spans 16,550 acres, and the tallest peak rises about 4,140 feet above sea level.



10. Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Picchu is an ancient Inca site that dates back to the 15th century and sits atop a mountain above the Sacred Valley. The restored site offers a fantastic look into Inca history and an even more fabulous view of the astounding scenery.

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