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10 Places You Have to Visit Before You Die



September 30th, 2013 by in Featured with 3,753 Views

Everyone has their own travel bucket list. Who doesn’t want to travel the world right? For you to add more to your bucket list here are 10 places you should see before you die. You won’t read the typically Great Wall of China or Taj Mahal here. The list shows some of the most unique places in the world. (The list is shown in no particular order)

1. Bora Bora, French Polynesia Island

Part of Leeward group of the Society Islands in French Polynesia, Bora Bora has one of the best beach and the clearest water in the world. At the center of Bora Boras are two peaks of an extinct volcano. Located in the Pacific Ocean, this has been one of the famous travel destinations because of the luxury resorts in it.

2. Enchanted River, Surigao, Philippines

The Enchanted River has just recently gained popularity as a tourist attraction. Located in Hinatuan, Surigao, it takes pride in being a river having clear blue water. The water being so crystal clear makes the river seem deep and never ending.

 

3. Crystalline Turquoise Lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park, China

Considered as a UNESCO World Heritage Nature Reserve, this river showcases crystal clear water that would surely take your breath away. The clear water reflecting the lush greenery around it makes the lake more dramatic and fascinating.

4. Double Decker Cable Car over the Swiss Alps

This is the first open air double decker cable car in the world. It goes 1,900 meters up casino online the Swiss Alps, and rises 1.2 miles above sea level. This cable car takes its passenger to a breath taking ride that will show the scenery around the Swiss Alps.

5. Oresund Bridge, between Denmark and Sweden

This awesome architectural structure connects Denmark and Sweden with a total span of 7,845 meters. What makes this bridge special is that a part of it goes underwater in order to let ships pass over the water. So while travelling from Denmark to Sweden or vise versa, be amazed and experience going through an underwater tunnel.

6. Ice Canyon, Greenland

Also called as Greenland’s Grand Canyon, is considered as a glacial canyon. The melted water around ice carved the so called canyon. This is 150 feet deep and has clear blue waters.

7. Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia

This bridge that crosses the Capilano River has a total length of 140 meters and goes up 70 meters. Walking through, you would see the lush greenery around the park. Certainly, those afraid of heights would have a hard time crossing this bridge.

8. Tectonic Plate Gap between Europe and America

Diving between the Tectonic Plate Gap of Europe and America would definitely take your breath away. The two tectonic plates are said to move around an inch per year. Experience the wonders of the ocean and go through an underwater world.

9. Pamukkale, Turkey

Pamukkale holds a mineral bath that seemingly looks like glaciers. Hot spring water cascades through the cliffs that form pools so white that represents Pamukkale’s name “cotton fortress”.

10. Glass Igloo Village Hotels, Finland

The glass igloo village contains igloos with a clear roof letting tourist have a view of the ice scenery. The village let’s you experience Eskimo living in a luxurious way. It has 20 glass igloos with 60 beds in total.

Indeed, there’s so much to appreciate with nature’s wonder. Pack your bags, prepare your passport and grab a travel buddy now. Explore the what our world has to offer before its gone.

  • Jessica

    I would love to stay in one of those glass igloo village hotels!!! Now if only I could get my boyfriend to join me there…

    • http://www.interesting6.com/ Michael Six

      He sounds like a loser

      • William Edward

        Sounds like a gay man.

  • http://www.interesting6.com/ Michael Six

    Those mineral baths look awesome

  • Geofrey Bett

    Wow,these are extremely spectacular travel places.I will definitely add Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia in my travel bucket list.
    I am sure that bridge will make my blood boil a little bit

  • MD Golam Rabbani

    All place are looks like haven! Who don’t want to visit them? Definitely I wish to visit “Glass Igloo Village Hotels, Finland”. By the way, is there any one who visited the largest sea beach of the world?

  • ed pierce

    All of these places are incredible! I didn’t even know that you could dive the tectonic plate gap, that would have to be the coolest story to tell at a bar! Does anyone know if that ice canyon has seasonal times that are best to visit?

  • liz soliven

    Wooow im out of speech :) will definitely visit someday :)

  • Sakil Hossen

    WOW, these are destinations I’ll definitely visit one by one!! Particularly Pamukkale and Glass igloo village are my main target.