The pandemic brought the world to a standstill and shut down all travel. As a result, we’ve had to spend much time indoors, leaving mother nature to heal and flourish in its beauty. If you feel as is there so much of the world you haven’t seen, you are probably right.
Here are the top places you should travel to around the world once they allow people to travel again.
The Great Barrier Reef and Whitehaven Beach, Australia
Fun Fact: The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest expanse of coral. It can be seen from out of space. Home to the most diverse plants and animal life on the planet- turtles, hundreds of fish species. It’s covered in spectacular coral formations. breathtaking mantra rays visible by plain sight.
Flotilla for the Reef, Airlie Beach, October 2014.
Whitehaven? White sands Beach is the world’s most unspoiled and beautiful beach. its warm, turquoise-hued water will leave you rejuvenated. Like its name, it is covered with pure white sand.
You will love it. The iconic destinations, and most especially its proximity to Hamilton Island.
Lake Baikal, Russia
Located in southern Siberia, Russia. It is the world’s oldest and largest freshwater lake. Imagine societies that have kept their traditions and customs. The lake is home to 2 mostly uninhabited islands with about 1500 people lining there.
The lake freezes during the winters and melts into crystal clear water in the summer. You can not imagine the beauty.
Macchu Picchu, Peru
Making the list of The Wonders Of the World in 200, the Macchu Picchu is the most visited tourist designation in Peru. It was built around 1450AD as a symbol of the Incan Empire. This site is a unique testimony to the Inca civilization and an absolutely great work of art and architecture.
Why this magnificent was built still remains a mystery. The Incan did not leave a trace of how they used it or even why they built it.
Playa de Las Cathedrals, Spain
Spain is renowned for its semi-remote beaches and islands of paradise. Playa de Cathedrals tops all there were.
On the Galician coast, a small stretch of where natural stone arch. It forms a walkable “cathedral” at low tide. It plain magnificent. If you were to have a last wish, this is it.
Na Pali Coast, Hawaii
If you are into grueling hikes and rock climbing then this is a must-do for you. Like everything better, you have got to put a little effort to digest its wonders.
Na Pali is only visible from a helicopter or of course the hike.
Isle of Skye, Scotland
If you have yet to hear of The Isle of Skye, you definitely will. Soon. An endless Undulation of hills with fairly pools.
Nature here is timeless. The kinds of ambiance dreams are made of.
Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Japan
In 1996, the Ministry of Environment, Japan included the wood creaking and rustling of leaves made but these magnificent giant trees as one of the top 100 Soundscapes of Japan. As a traveler this makes you wonder why?
You should experience the ethereal glow and endless heights of the bamboo grooves. The outskirt of Kyoto is home to an experience beyond the optical realm.
Banff National Park, Canada
One of the most beautiful places in Canada, Banff National Park has overwhelming views. The regular cast of wildlife and the Canadian Rockies.
The park has an abundance of pristine lakes within it. Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, and Glacial Minnewanka Lake.
Most of our readers voted for Boracay as one of the best islands in the world. With its transporting sunsets and gentle coastlines it is easy to see why.
The island was shut down last year for “rehabilitation”. It became too touristic, like always everything we humans touch surely dies. We are making up for our curiosity which proved a havoc of nature. Give it time to heal. Once open try to see it.
Disko Bay, Greenland
Adorned with impressive icebergs and charming coastal settlements, Disko Bay perfectly illuminates the mysterious, icy, and beauty of Greenland.
It shows the untouched allure of the island, with common sightings of humpback whales.
Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar
250 miles from Africa, Madagascar is the adventure you are yet to have. Get to learn some of the islands the most beautiful secrets- bug-eyed lemurs, the surreal Venue of the Baobabs, and even giant moths.
With trees existing for centuries, the avenue is mother to trees up to 100 feet.
Okavango Delta, Botswana
In Northern Botswana lies a 49-million acre river delta. During Africa’s winter, rhinos, cheetahs, zebras, buffalo roam freely around.
A picture-perfect depiction of the Garden of Eden. Low Savanna grasses that grow along the waterways attract a load of wildlife.
The Pitons, St. Lucia
The Pitons, a jaw-doping site of spires. Gros Piton and Petit Piton- two volcanic peaks are the most iconic landmarks on the islands. The best experience has to be hiking the mountains.
An activity is likely to take a bigger chunk of your day. Do not feel left out if you prefer convenience. Sugar Beech Lies just between the two Pitons. Plop a towel and get dramatically comfortable.
A seemingly endless field of the best smelling and prettiest Lavender flowers. The multitude of the field features unreal violet views are the epitome of the Provence pride.
On a strictly need to know basis, oil from the flowers are bottled then used to make soaps cream and lotions.
Raja Ampat Island, Indonesia.
Nearly 29, 000 square miles off the Western Coast of West Papua. Raja Ampat is a compilation of some 1, 500 islands. Palms sprout out of the sheer cliff walls. Mist drifts in and out the depths of the canyons. The jagged lava peaks adorn green jungles bursting with wildlife.
One of the most physically ravishing destinations on the planet, the Raja Ampat is downright prehistoric.
It might not appear as much a sight. An area of entire cities carved into rocks. Whenever hot-air balloons flood the blue sky its beauty skyrockets beyond your imagination.
It has its incredibility that only you get to experience at the moment, truly.
The world might be silent now, but its beauty is beyond what you can phantom. soon we will have it all back. Explore the world. Travel. Believe.