Written by 12:50 pm Travels Views: 23

Top 10 Places To Visit On Earth – Ultimate Travel Guide

Travel Guide

The Pyramids of Giza, alongside the Sphinx, are among the World’s most visited destinations. They display a mystical heritage that can leave visitors in awe.

The Reed Flute Caves of China are some of the nation’s most fascinating and beautiful natural sights. These sandstone caverns are full of fascinating shades of orange, yellow, and red.

1. Ik Kil Cenote

The Ik Kil Cenote is a gorgeous natural wonder that was once used by Mayans as a place to pray and sacrifice. It is now a stunning park surrounded by exotic plants and old huge trees, the perfect habitat for different wild birds such as toucans, parrots and turquoise mot-mot.

The large opening of the sinkhole is framed by lush green vines that cascade over the walls and into the water, creating a beautiful scenery. You can also enjoy a refreshing swim in its crystal-clear waters.

2. The Avenue of the Baobabs

The sand and gravel road lined with giant baobabs is one of Madagascar’s most entrancing sites. The Adansonia grandidieri trees are believed to be more than 800 years old and are a sight to behold.

The best time to visit the grove is at sunrise or sunset – when the baobabs’ silhouettes are lit up by the sun. Tours depart from the town of Morondava.

3. Mount Kilimanjaro

Among the tallest free-standing mountains in the world, Mount Kilimanjaro attracts thrill seekers and tourists alike. It features a unique variety of ecological systems, including cultivated land, rain forest, heath, moorland and alpine desert, all the way to an arctic summit.

The mountain is actually a stratovolcano, composed of three cones – Shira, Mawenzi and Kibo. It is currently dormant but may erupt again in the future.

4. The Salt Flats of Bolivia

The Salt Flats of Bolivia (Salar de Uyuni) is a vast desert landscape that’s best seen on a multi-day tour. Some tours also include stops at geysers, colorful lagoons and a desert valley high up in the Andes mountains.

The 10 billion-ton flats enchant travelers from all over the world with its otherworldly beauty and one-of-a-kind experiences. Visits to rocky islands covered with Trichocereus cacti and the red Laguna Colorada are particularly eye-catching.

5. The Blue Lagoon

When a power plant built the retaining pond that would become The Blue Lagoon in 1976, nobody anticipated it becoming a major tourist attraction. Today, it’s a top-rated spa with exclusive lounges and hotels onsite.

You can dine at Moss Restaurant, which is carved into the volcanic cliff and features a rusty-red wine cellar. Those who reserve the chef’s table can enjoy a seven-course meal.

6. The Colosseum

The Colosseum is an awe-inspiring place to visit. Standing in the arena where thousands of people met their deaths is both chilling and humbling. Originally known as the Flavian Amphitheater, it was built between 70 AD and 80 AD under Emperor Vespasian and his sons Titus and Domitian.

The Colosseum is an important symbol of the Roman Empire, which was a world power that conquered many different cultures and civilizations.

7. Moraine Lake

The stunning sapphire Moraine Lake is one of the most famous spots in Canada. Its stunning blue color and backdrop of the iconic Ten Peaks make it one of the top places to visit on earth.

Grizzly bears and other large predators inhabit the area, so visitors should stay on the trails at all times. The best time to hike at Moraine Lake is from June to mid-October.

8. Botswana

Located in the Southern African region, Botswana is a landlocked country. Its most famous feature is the Kalahari Desert which is dotted with salt lakes and pans.

The Batswana people are renowned for their hospitality and are committed to preserving their wildlife and wilderness resources. They are also known for their beautiful patterned clothing and drum-accompanied music.

The country is surrounded by South Africa to the south, Namibia to the west, and Zimbabwe to the east (which shares its border with Zambia for only 700 metres). Botswana is a peaceful democracy.

9. New Zealand

New Zealand, also known as Aotearoa – Land of the Long White Cloud is a stunning destination that offers fjords, mountains, volcanoes, rainforests and sandy Pacific beaches. It is also famous for whale watching and its amazing wine.

Maori culture is prevalent throughout the country with visitors welcomed by ceremonial ceremonies and carved ta Moko, which depict personal allegories and cultural histories. Auckland and Kaikoura are particularly good places to go whale watching.

10. The Colosseum

The Colosseum is one of Rome’s most famous structures. Originally called the Flavian Amphitheater, it was used for gladiatorial combats, public spectacles, historical reenactments, and mythological theatrical performances, and also as a venue for public executions.

Unlike other ancient amphitheaters that were built into hillsides, the Colosseum was freestanding. Its elliptical design meant attendees had a good view no matter where they were seated.

(Visited 23 times, 1 visits today)