The world is full of wonders waiting to be discovered. From land to sea to air, natural to manmade, there is too many sights to indulge in. If you don’t know yet where to travel to next, maybe you could use this list as a guide. Beware though, the pictures attached bellow don’t do the actual beauty any justice!
Rainbow Mountains, China
The Rainbow Mountains located in Zhangye Danxia Natural Park in China attracts numerous tourists every year due to its unique appearance. In fact, this magnificent site located in the border between Mongolia and China has been acknowledged by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
The unique color on the mountain range is resulted by the combination of sandstone and minerals that come in different colors. From the amount of travellers visiting, this is definitely an attraction you want to put on your list!
Northern Lights, Norway
Watching the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) in Northern Norway is truly a once in a lifetime experience. There is not many places on earth that offer an attraction like this, so it most definitely is a must see on many traveller’s list.
The Aurora Borealis is a phenomenon resulted from electrically charged particles colliding in the sky. The best time for travellers to visit Northern Nowayis between Late September and Late March.
Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Raja Ampat will indulge the childhood fantasy you had from watching Disney’s Little Mermaid. The rich underwater scene of this far East island of Indonesia is dubbed to be the biggest coral reef biodiversity in the world.
A literal underwater paradise, Raja Ampat also harbors several cool diving spots beloved by divers all over the world including shipwrecks you can explore. Between September and April is particularly popular among divers looking to see up-close schools of Manta Rays.
Lavender Fields. France
The lavender fields of Provence, France smell as good as they look. Sea of purple stretching as far as one can look, has become favorite for tourists travelling from all over the world.
For couples, this will be the spot where nobody will say no when being proposed at here! Aside from the magical view, Provence is also a center for handcrafted soaps, lotions, and the like. Definitely not something you want to miss when visiting France.
You are probably familiar with the sight of a city all painted in blue amidst a dry rocky background. It is Jodhpur, an ancient city decked in its iconic color, blue. The city itself is buzzing with attractions you can marvel at. Iconic ancient buildings including the Step Well and Mehrangarh Fort are only a few to name.
You can also stroll through the city, sample the delicious and colorful delicacy, or shop for nifty knick knacks. The blue city is surprisingly devoid of tourists with plenty of accommodation to choose from. For those thinking about going in depth, many agencies also offer guided tours for you to follow.