This world if filled with wonders and you too can experience these wonders by visiting new and amazing places. Different climatic conditions, different seasons and different geographical locations all of them offer a wide range of natural wonders including: spectacular tulip or lavender fields, extraordinary pink lakes, incredible mountains and canyons, and other such places are unbelievably beautiful and we find it hard to believe that such beauty can actually exist!
Some of the places in post about most beautiful places in the world will feature natural tourist attractions, while other places have been created by human interference – but even in those cases, the final outcome of such group effort is nothing short of spectacular.
Without a doubt, traveling to one or all of these most beautiful places in the world can be the best form of recreation you can ever imagine. Even looking at the pictures of these beautiful places can take your state of serenity and tranquility. And we’ve prepared our own list of these unbelievably breathtaking places around the world – from the Marble Caves, an awe striking natural wonder in Chile, and to the Dark Hedges, one of the most amazing places to explore in Northern Ireland. Feel free to add your own suggestions for the most beautiful places in the world, below in the comments.
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The Marble Caves (Chile)
The Marble Caves in Chile is considered as one of the most beautiful places in the world, however you’ll have to make a long journey to reach the cave network. This stunning Marble Cathedral, an obscure system of water caverns, is located in the General Carrera Lake in Patagonia, Chile- it is also South America’s second largest freshwater lake.
Situated in the far southern tip of the country, the journey to these remote caves involves flying from the capital Santiago, to Coyhaique which is 800 miles, and then challenging drive of around 200 miles south of the lake. But, once you reach there the amazing effervescent grey and blue cave chambers will certainly leave you mesmerized.
The Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye (Scotland)
If you are planning a trip to Scotland or perhaps a trip specifically for the Isle of Skye then we heartily suggest that you visit the Fairy Pools. The Pools are located in Isle of Skye, Cuillins Hills, Scotland. These famous pools are a series of cold, clear waterfalls and pools formed down from the foothill of Black Cuillins.
For years, the Fairy Pools have enticed visitors from world over, as they create some grand ‘Wild Swimming’ for the brave hearted ones who can actually manage to enter the frosty water. For the less daring ones these whimsical Fairy Pools can be the perfect place to create lifetime memories with some incredible photos.
Whitehaven Beach (Australia)
Australia’s Whitehaven Beach is famous for its sparkling white sand. The Beach is spans up to 7 km stretch along the Whitsunday Island. The island is easily reachable from the mainland visitor’s ports of Shute Harbour and Airlie Beach by boat. CNN.com has named the Beach as the best Eco Friendly Beach in the world. Dogs are not allowed on the beach and smoking is also prohibited there.
There are quite a lot of ways to indulge in the beauty of this place. Many companies arrange day trips to Whitehaven Beach by power boat, ferry or by luxury yacht. Most all night sailing trips also end here.
The Shahara Bridge (Yemen)
The Shahara Bridge was built in 17th century with the simple intention of connecting towns at the top of the mountains in Yemen. This Bridge was built to fight in opposition to the Turkish invaders. This scary bridge is not only a popular tourist attraction but also one of the most beautiful places in the world.
No one knows exactly how this bridge was built especially at a time where facilities and resources were rather limited. The bridge took more than three years to build and the construction cost was in the order of 100,000 French Riyals, a mammoth amount of capital at the period of time.
Westin Maui Resort & Spa (Hawaii)
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean’s cobalt blue water, Hawaii’s Westin Maui Resort & Spa on renowned Ka’anapali Beach is the ideal island resort for an exciting Hawaiian vacation. An extraordinary lobby with pools and waterfalls greets guests to this luxuriant Kaanapali resort where the remarkable scenery, marvelous spa, friendly service and breathtaking swimming pools are the highlights. The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, is located along a wonderful stretch of the dazzling, white sand Ka’anapali Beach.
Westin Maui Resort & Spa’s beachfront setting, splendid marine playground with 5 pools and gardens, this Maui hotel attracts romantic honeymooners and families equally.
Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona)
Havasu Falls is nothing short of paradise on Earth, it is in fact one of the most beautiful places in the world. This is an enormously astoundingly beautiful waterfall to be found in a remote canyon of Arizona. The stunning waterfalls and the nearby isolated community of the Havasupai Indian Reservation attract hundreds and thousands of visitors every year. The Havasupai are personally connected to the water as well as the land. This green – blue water is considered holy by the Havasupai.
Neelum Valley, Arang Kel (Kashmir, Pakistan)
An out of this world, flourishing green village in the Neelum Valley of Kashmir is a village full of gorgeous sceneries. It is a piece of supreme beauty. The bow shaped Neelam Valley is enclosed by lush green thick pine trees and such innate beauty that cannot be described in words. Taobut is one of the most attractive points of the Neelum valley, it is the last part of Pakistan, outstanding picturesque beauty, towering hills on both sides, panoramic views, captivating streams and gorgeous surroundings make the Neelum valley a dream come true.
Mersa Matruh (Egypt)
The majestic Mediterranean town of Marsa Matruh is a site to remember during summers. More than half of the lower Nile Valley retreats here from June to September for their holidays. The radiant white, sandy beaches are jam packed with families; the streets of Mersa Matruh buzz with vacationers from dusk till dawn and off the cuff street musicians play rhythmic tunes. Universally visitors have swear by the fact that this is one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon (Iceland)
Fjaðrárgljúfur is a 100 m deep canyon situated in south-east Iceland with the beautiful Fjaðrá River flowing right through it. You can get there by car rental in Iceland since it is just situated near the Ring Road, not too far from the Kirkjubæjarklaustur village. The canyon came into being by continuous erosion caused by flowing water from glaciers by the palagonite and rocks above millennia.
The Dark Hedges (Northern Ireland)
This beautiful boulevard of trees at The Dark Hedges was planted by the Stuart family in the 18th century. The Dark Hedges is one of the most beautiful places in the world and also one of the most photographed natural phenomena. It is a popular tourist attraction, people come here from all over the world.