Some wants go to vacation with close one or completely solo, some travellers want to explore and some non-traveller wants to try out places they saw in Instagram vlog post of travellers, with the positive progress of eradication of COVID-19 by healthcare and public’s constant effect, people are gearing up for future plans to explore the world. Youth are desperate and ready to waste no time to travel around world when the pandemic completely ends. Saving money and research of must-visit places are going on each and especially travel lover’s house. Among all places, the world of nature is the best pick as a starter pack for your travel plans after the pandemic break. These places are available at each and every corner of the earth with their own uniqueness and diversity in climate, topography, flora and fauna. Here are the topmost beautiful places around the world:
10. Socotra, Yemen
Socotra is the largest one of four islands of an Asiatic country Yemen. The island is considered to be “the most alien-looking place on Earth” due to its rich and diverse flora and fauna out of which most of them are endemic to Socotra making them include themselves in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
9. Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
It is a national park located in Tanzania of Savanna where the largest and longest annual migration of large Terrestrial animals of Africa can be witnessed. A huge population of diverse species of various orders of the animal kingdom of which the popular one is the group of blue wildebeest can be seen. Tourists and animal lovers can visit the park from April to October if they want to experience the migration.
8. Isle of Skye, Scotland
The Isle of Skye is an island located in the northmost part of Scotland. Its rocky mountainous scenery includes a green carpet of grass, a narrow river and falls which gives off the vibe of valleys and mountains from the castle-based television shows. In fact, some of the places on this island such as Loch Corouisk, the storr etc., were actually been featured several times in various tv shows.
7. Lake Baikal, Russia
Lake Baikal is the world’s deepest, largest and oldest water in the Siberia of Russia.
The water is very clear and has been listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is present between the deepest part of a valley. The lake is clearer and more silent during winter and spring while due to strong winds, unsafe waves occurs frequently during winter. It supports locals and wildlife of which many are endemic.
6. Playa de Las Catedrales, Spain
Playa de Las Catedrales is a popular beach in Spain. It is immensely beautiful for a lovely evening date. And if nature shows its grace, the tides will get low and the beautiful natural arches on the walls of huge rocks becomes visible.
5. Reynisfjara, Iceland
Popularly known as black beach, Reynisfjara is formed by sediments of basalt salt. The nearby huge rocks and sea rock are also black in colour and odd in shape.
4. Milford Sound, New Zealand
It is a long, narrow inlet formed by a glacier. It is home to many marine creatures such as dolphins, seals and even whales. From the surrounding steep mountainous landscape beautiful waterfalls flows down. Black corals are also seen.
3. Uluru, Australia
Uluru is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a distinct and popular landmark of Australia. It is a plateau of large sandstone rock having lots of cracks and passages formed by millions of years of effect of rainfall. It is located in the middle of the desert. Uluru supports many species around it by small ponds of water due to the accumulation of rain at its base and the shade provided by the rock. At Dusk and dawn, the plateau appears to turn red in colour.
2. Great Barrier reef, Australia
The Great barrier Reef is the world’s largest reef. As the name suggests, the reef encircles the mainland like a barrier. The reef homes to a large variety of corals which in turn provide food and shelter to invertebrates and fishes. In search of these prey, predators also approach. Hence, it is the largest diverse marine ecosystem to explore. The small channels and lagoons on this reef are also a great place to swim and dive.
Antarctica is a continent mostly covered in ice. It is home to only emperor penguins. Other penguins and seals just come for fishing. All of them are only found near offshore. The continent is the one the dangerous, driest and coldest place to visit but its beautiful desert of blue ice, various optical illusions, frozen or clear water lake, non-iced landmarks which has no green and just huge odd-shaped rocks and the endemic species, the emperor penguin is the reason one must visit the place ones in their lifetime.
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