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We admire those who quit their jobs and travel the world, ticking off their bucket lists one destination at a time.
Life doesn’t happen that way for most of us, though, and maybe it’s years, even decades, between each time we visit a place we’d always dreamed of.
But seeing the planet’s greatest sights is still a very worthy endeavor that everyone should have
The fragrant lavender fields of Provence bloom from June To August
into a sea of purple, creating an incredible, color-rich, aromatic scene.
Close your eyes, breathe deep, and exhale.
A vision of towering limestone rainforest islands surrounded by
emerald-green waters, Hạ Long Bay in the Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam,
includes more than 1600 islands and islets, most of which are
uninhabited. The area provides lots of interest for sightseers,
scuba divers, rock climbers, and hikers alike.
Located on the North Island of New
Zealand, the Champagne Pool is a
terrestrial hot spring formed by a
hydrothermal eruption 900 years ago.
Its name derives from its abundance of
flowing carbon dioxide that causes a
similar bubbling to champagne, and
its unusual colors come from mineral
deposits. Water in the pool is around
163° Fahrenheit—swimming is not
La Casa del Arbol, a low-tech tourist attraction in Baños, Ecuador, is nicknamed “the end of the world” for good reason. Here, non-acrophobes swing over a deep abyss below, the crater of Mount Tungurahua, an active stratovolcano. The tree house that the swing is attached to is a seismic monitoring station.
Located on the outskirts
Kyoto, Japan’s Sagano Bamboo Forest is a magical wonderland of towering, verdant bamboo stalks gently moving in the wind, eerily creaking as they collide.
Located in central Croatia at the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina, heavily forested Plitvice Lakes National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage site) is a sight for sore eyes, with 16 tumbling crystalline lakes and a series of cascades and waterfalls of mineral-rich water.
Take in breathtaking sights of natural fairy chimney rock formations (hoodoos), panoramic vistas, and the picture-perfect image of vibrant hot-air balloons—all the while experiencing flying high in the sky—in the semi-arid town of Cappadocia, Turkey.
At 4086 square miles, Salar de Uyuni in southwest Bolivia is the world’s largest salt flat, formed as a result of transformations between prehistoric lakes. Extraordinarily flat with seasonal flooding, the landscape creates the illusion that you are walking on water, presenting many great photo opportunities! Salar is also a breeding ground for pink flamingos and has an antique train cemetery of abandoned 19th-century trains.
Like to snowboard or sled? Try volcano boarding! Made up of small, penny-sized volcanic rock, Cerro Negro, an active volcano outside León, Nicaragua, has become a destination for volcano boarding—either riding or surfing down its steep slope on a wooden sled.
A palace in Granada, the Alhambra dates back to 889 A.D., but it was renovated and rebuilt in the 11th century by the Moors. With incredibly intricate architecture and decorations, the historic monument’s lavish details are endlessly fascinating and inspiring for design and history buffs alike.