The wonders of the world is something that can't be compared to anything else, because mother nature always have something up her sleeves!
Even with everything bad happening in the world, there are still some amazing and heartwarming places that will instantly take away your worries, and make you appreciate life, and fall in love with it's beauty!
There are some mesmerizing places in different parts of the world that are so surreal, you'll doubt their existence!
And since we're lucky to exist in this lifetime, it's only fair to appreciate these wonders of life and cherish it's memories!
So, let's quickly talk about top 10 places in the world that are so amazing, you definitely need to visit them before you die!
Guys, just take a look at this breathtaking sight which looks so unreal... like, how is this even possible?!
The 'Salar De Uyuni' (or Uyuni Salt Flat), which looks like 'heaven' on earth is the world's largest salt flat, located in Southwest Bolivia, and is effectively the world's largest mirror!
This amazing salt flat was formed by several ancient lakes, and can become so reflective in the rainy season that it's used to calibrate satellites!
2. The Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA
I'm pretty sure most of us have heard of the mind-blowing, 'Grand Canyon' in Arizona, which is a stunning sight to behold!
It's layered bands of red rock boasts of millions of years of geological history, and the massive rock walls span for over 4,000km in area!
This is simply a place you need to go to understand it's beauty and cherish it for the rest of your life!
3. Aurora Australis, Antarctica
There's nothing more breathtaking than the Aurora, which is the beautiful natural light-display in the Earth's sky.
And the "Aurora Australis" in Antarctica is definitely one of the most amazing places you need to visit in your lifetime!
Seeing the Aurora in real life will definitely be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and I honestly don't think I'll be able to leave... just look at this mesmerizing beauty!
4. The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Proudly existing as one of the "Seven wonders of the World", the 'Great Barrier Reef in Australia is the largest collection of coral reefs in the world (spanning over 1,400 miles).
This beautiful natural wonder located in the coral sea off the coast of Queensland, Australia is so large, it can be seen from space!
And it's an amazing place to go and enjoy the beautiful aquatic life, and also a place to enjoy diving with it's out of the world underwater life!
5. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA
The Antelope Canyon is so stunning and unreal, you'll probably think it's some sort of photography trick!
This picturesque series of crevices contains two separate, scenic slot canyon sections (the Upper Antelope and Lower Antelope).
The amazing manner in which light hits each wall makes the rocks appear in different colours, and this absolutely dazzling display is something anyone would love to experience first hand!
6. The Great Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
The pyramids of Giza is one of the most popular and talked about places in the world, and the only one of the "Seven Ancient Wonders of the World" still largely intact!
Dating back to 2580-2560 BC with a height of 139m, this outstanding ancient wonder of the world is definitely worth a visit!
7. The Great Wall of China
The 'Great Wall of China's is also one of the most talked about places in the world, with it's massive, man-made wall which stretches thousands of miles long!
This mind-blowing structure which is on top of a mountain ridge is on a whole different level, and leaves visitors stunned by it's unimaginable and awe-inspiring views!
8. Bora Bora, French Polynesia
You've probably heard of 'Bora Bora' in movies, or when your favourite celebrity is talking about his or her vacation, because Bora Bora is the poster child for any tropical paradise!
This small south Pacific island, northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia, with extraordinary white sand beaches and turquoise waters is definitely a place you need to visit in your lifetime, because it's mesmerizing natural yet exotic beauty is second to none!
9. Victoria Falls, Livingston, Zambia/Zimbabwe
If you're an ocean lover and want to be mind-blown, simply visit the Victoria Falls in Zambia, and you won't regret it!
This breathtaking waterfall located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe is considered one the largest waterfalls in the world, with a width of 1,708 metres.
10. Santorini, Greece
The Santorini in Greece with it's dramatic landscape, caused by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century is both rugged and beautiful in a surprising way!
The unique whitewashed houses which clings to cliffs above and underwater, overlooks the sea, small islands and beaches made up of black, red and white lava pebbles.
Well, I don't know about you, but I won't mind visiting places like this in my lifetime, and enjoying the beautiful gift of nature!
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