From mountain landscapes to delusional fields, these are definitely outstanding places to visit on your next vacations!
If you simply can’t stay in one place more than a few months, and need to experience the beauty of another country’s culture and landscape, today is your lucky day.
Today we are feeling inspired by nature and gathered a few travel destinations that scream outdoor living in the best way possible. If you’re a fan of unique natural scenery and beautiful landscapes you might want to grab a paper and pen, and start noting down these fantastic places.
From mountain landscapes, natural islands to Canyons, these are definitely the best places to travel!
This Paradise island is located in the Philippines and was rated as the 13th best and most beautiful island in the world by the National Geographic Traveler magazine! There you can enjoy and be surrounded by beautiful forests, mountains and white beaches. What more could one ask for?
Located within the Waiotapu geothermal area in New Zealand is the famous Champagne Pool, which name is derived from the constant efflux of carbon dioxide gas, similar to a glass of bubbling champagne.
Its rich composition of minerals and silicate give birth to stunning vibrant colors, while silicate structures around the pool are teeming with microbial life. Definitely one of the most beautiful places in the world.
In Alaska, above all the beautiful landscapes you can find, there’s a 13-mile long ice river to be explored around the massive Mendenhall Glacier. This natural beauty is filled with unbelievable waterfalls, wildlife and excellent hiking trails. Just make sure to bring a coat.
SALAR DE UYUNI
Salar de Uyuni is known as the world’s largest salt flat extending to 4,500 square miles of land. It is located in southwestern Bolivia and once you get there you get involved in an optical illusion where tiles of salt seem endless, and the sky seems underfoot. Simply stunning!
Mount Kirkjufell aka Iceland’s most photographed mountain is a stunning site that draws instagrammers and hikers all year. It is located on the north coast of the Snaefellsnes peninsula and is 1,500 feet above sea level. Get your Canon or smartphone ready perhaps?