Our time on Earth is numbered and so are our opportunities for world travel. So why don’t we take advantage of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring places the world has to offer before we pass gloriously on into the sunset? Whether saving up for a vacation dream or knowing for certain the end of the world is near, we should all have a bucket list of must-see places. With the world our oyster, the list can seem endless. The following is a bucket list of 15 irresistible locations you must visit before you die.
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Acclaimed as one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, this timeless architectural enigma has baffled scientists with its remote construction and mummified burial chambers. Dating back to circa 2,560 BC, the Egyptian pyramids stood as the highest man-made structure for over 3,800 years which makes it a place you must visit.
The breath-taking 200 mile long rock walls overlooking the Colorado river are unfathomable without being there. Watching the shadows fall over the beautiful volcanic rock layers until sunset is a truly magnificent spectacle. Read more of this article on the next page!
The 25 ton rocks allegedly built over 3,000 years ago is another architectural mystery that have eluded many archaeologists. You should enjoy the stunning sunset views radiating through the stones as you listen to the informative audio tour guide.
Spanning a circumference of over 90 feet and reaching nearly 300 feet tall, the Redwood trees of northern California are the tallest growing specimen in the world – a natural neck-craning spectacle you shouldn’t miss.
Branching across the three states of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, the old faithful Geyser and Mammoth hot springs are spectacular places for nature lovers. You definitely should book a trip for the jaw-dropping views of one of America’s great outdoor wonders.
Adding to our list of mankind’s greatest engineering feats, the great wall of China, first built over 2,000 years ago, provides a panoramic view of gorgeous scenic mountains. Built as a series of defensive fortifications to deter northern invasions and control trade routes like the Silk Road, the Great wall is a must-see marvel for lovers of history and nature.
Built by shah Jahan in 1631 in tribute for his Persian wife, this white-marble mausoleum of luxury is an architectural masterpiece. Attracting over 3 million visitors a year, the Unesco world heritage site is a place you have to appreciate when you’re on vacation there.
Erected in the 12th century with a mix of buddhist and hindu monuments, Angkor Wat is a must-visit temple complex. Complete with vine-entangling ruins, stunning sunrise and sunset views, and famous for hosting the Hollywood movies Tomb Raider and Indiana Jones, it’s earned a well-deserved spot on the bucket list.
Dating back to the 15th century above the Sacred Valley, is an ancient Inca castle nestled on a 7,900 foot mountain. Surrounded by the gorgeous scenery of the Andes mountain range, it’s a must-stop place for bucket-list doers.
This impressive 354 high waterfall is the largest in the world. Over 260,000 gallons of water pour into this enormous churning filter. With a chance to see arching rainbows crest over the falls, taking photos is an irresistible travel opportunity.
The city’s labyrinth of quaint canals is a magnet for culture lovers and romantic-vacation dreamers. Enjoying the luxury of tasting fine Italian pasta near the picturesque Piazza San Marco is a must-do task.
The historical city is an ageless religious cornerstone of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. With a plethora of ancient monuments like the Western Wall and Temple mount as well as teeming marketplaces, you’ll have an enriching cultural experience. Don’t forget to travel to the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Diving into the azure waters of the world largest coral reef off the coast of Queensland Australia is a spellbinding experience. Exploring the endless 1,400 miles of teeming underwater marine life is a vacation you’ll write home about for years.
Known as the ‘marvellous city’ with its famous Christ the Redeemer statue, Brazil’s second largest city has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world next to a backdrop of deep forest inlands. Dancing down the jubilant streets during the Samba festival is an unforgettable event you’ll have to experience once in a life time.
Not many words can describe the impressive natural beauty of this volcanic island in the north Atlantic. From active jaw-dropping volcanoes to waterfalls and hot springs, embrace yourself for a visually stunning adventure as you join the outdoor tours of Arctic Adventures. You’ll have an awesome time horseback riding around beautiful volcanoes and ice climbing up towering frozen cliffs.
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