Here are the beautiful places to visit once in a lifetime.
Really, They are STUNNING. Have you ever traveled somewhere that left you completely mesmerized? Or visited a place that you wish everyone on Earth could see with their own eyes? Enjoy!
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1. Iguazu Falls
Iguazu Falls from both Argentina and Brazil. These massive waterfalls, over 270 in total, form the boundary between Argentina and Brazil. The tallest of the falls, called Devil’s Throat, cascades about 250 feet.
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Travel to the Maldives. “You wake up to sea turtles, fish, and colorful coral reefs right outside your door. It’s the most magical place I’ve ever seen.”
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3. The Amazon rainforest
Camp out in the Amazon rainforest. “The sky is absolutely endless and full of stars.”
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4. The Hardanger Fjord in Norway
Marvel at the Hardanger Fjord in Norway. Hardanger is Norway’s second largest fjord, home to sprawling mountains, glaciers, and the iconic Trolltunga, a scenic cliff that juts up 700 meters above Lake Ringedalsvatnet. Tsuguliev / Getty Images
5. Jiuzhaigou Valley National Park
Hike in Jiuzhaigou Valley National Park in China. “As you trek up the mountain, you pass natural pools and crystal-clear lakes in all different colors.”
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6. The vibrant city of Antigua, Guatemala
Visit the vibrant city of Antigua, Guatemala. About an hour from Guatemala City, this former capital is a relic of colonial Spain. Just beyond the Crayola-colored town are three giant volcanoes, which make for some pretty spectacular day trips.
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7. Great Barrier Reef
Snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef. One thousand, five hundred species of fish call the Great Barrier Reef home. P.S. You can actually see this massive reef from outer space.
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8. Mount Fiji from Hakone
See the view of Mount Fiji from Hakone, Japan. A popular day trip from Tokyo, Hakone is known for its insane mountain vistas and natural hot springs.
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9. Zion National Park.
Hike The Narrows in Utah’s Zion National Park. One of the most famous hikes in Zion National Park, The Narrows splices through a slot canyon. Hope you don’t mind getting your feet a little wet. Srongkrod / Getty Images
10. Bellanda Tower in Nice
Hike up to Bellanda Tower in Nice, France. “If you go early enough in the morning, there’s hardly anyone there and the colors of the sunrise over the blue hues of the water are unlike anything I’ve ever seen.” calikelsi/BuzzFeed Community
11. The Isle of Skye on Scotland
Visit the Isle of Skye on Scotland’s west coast. Start in the picturesque fishing village of Portree and explore this dreamy landscape made up of green velvet moors, craggy mountains, fairy pools, and sea stacks. Fedevphoto / Getty Images
12. Cinque Terre in Italy
Travel to colorful Cinque Terre in Italy. Made up of five fishing villages on the Ligurian coastline, Cinque Terre’s steep cliffs and vibrant houses look like a page from a storybook. Poike / Getty Images
13. Ha Long Bay in Vietnam
Be humbled by the fishing villages in Ha Long Bay in Vietnam. The best way to see these floating villages — surrounded by limestone karsts and lush rainforests — is by river cruise.
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14. Lençois Maranhenses National Park
Visit Lençois Maranhenses National Park in Brazil. This Brazilian national park may look like a desert, but It’s actually miles and miles of white sand dunes dotted with crystal lagoons.
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15. Cenotes near Tulum, Mexico
Swim in the hidden Cenotes near Tulum, Mexico. These turquoise, underground caves are hidden deep in the jungles all over the Yucatán Peninsula from Cancún to Cozumel.
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16. Great Ocean Road in Melbourne
Drive the Great Ocean Road in Melbourne, Australia. If you find yourself in Australia, get behind the wheel and explore this 243-kilometer stretch of coastline past wineries, seaside towns, lighthouses, and the famous limestone towers known as the 12 Apostles. Robynmac / Getty Images
17. Sunrise in Cappadocia
Take a hot air balloon ride during sunrise in Cappadocia, Turkey. One of the most fascinating landscapes on Earth, the whimsical city of Cappadocia in Central Turkey is known for its fairy chimneys, boulders, and pinnacles. Take to the sky by hot air balloon for the absolute best views. Muratart / Getty Images
18. Northern Lights
Be spellbound by the Northern Lights in Lapland, Finland. If you visit the arctic circle from October through March, you just might get lucky enough to see the neon aurora borealis dancing in the sky. Oksana_gracheva / Getty Images
19. Napali coast in Kauai, Hawaii
Trek the breathtaking Napali coast in Kauai, Hawaii. You might recognize this 16-mile stretch or coast in Kauai with its hidden beaches and sea-carved cliffs from Spielberg’s Jurassic Park series. Sorincolac / Getty Images
20. Mackinac Island
Experience lilac season in Mackinac Island, Michigan. Come June, this island in Lake Huron bursts into color and smells of fresh flowers.
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21. Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland
Visit Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. “This UNESCO heritage site was formed 50–60 million years ago by volcanic activity. Seeing it makes you feel like you’re at the edge of the world.” Adamuprichard / Getty Images
22. Kenai Fjords National Park
See Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska. One of the highlights along this rugged Alaskan landscape is an ice trek on giant Exit Glacier.
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23. Cannon Beach in Oregon
See Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach in Oregon. About 90 minutes from Portland, this beach town on Oregon’s coast is a must-see spot for nature lovers. In addition to hiking trails and state parks galore, the 235-foot-tall sea stack called Haystack Rock is some serious eye candy.
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24. Grand Canyon Park
Watch the sun rise over the south side of the Grand Canyon. “I have never seen something so breathtaking or beautiful in all my life. Just taking in the sheer vastness of it left me speechless.”
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25. Angkor Wat temple
Admire the ancient temples of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia. One of the most renowned archeological sites in the world, this incredible system of Hindu temples built in the jungle dates back to the 9th century.
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