There are so many places in the world that are incredibly beautiful and worth spending all your vacation money on. Millions of great waterfalls, thousands of mountains, and hundreds of invisible miracles of nature that are impossible to visit in a lifetime. However, after looking at them, you might want to try.
We collected 7 special places that you must visit to feel satisfied in life.
Best Place To Visit In Your Lifetime
Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil
Lençóis Maranhenses is a unique national park in Brazil located on the Atlantic coast of the northern part of the country, in the state of Maranhão.
This is one of the most mysterious places on the planet. During the rainy season, the water accumulates between the dunes, forming numerous lagoons that create a unique and beautiful landscape, which look like mirrors of turquoise, green and blue among the velvety white sands.
Honokohau Falls, United States
Honokohau Falls are green waterfalls located on the island of Maui, in the Hawaiian Islands.
This is the highest waterfall on the island and to get there it is necessary to take a helicopter tour as tourists cannot get there on foot or by car since the area is very difficult to navigate.
The shooting of the film Jurassic Park, which took place in this area, made Honokohau Falls famous because the waterfall became one of the scenes in the film and enchanted many viewers with its beauty.
Capilano Bridge, Canada
Capilano Suspension Bridge is a picturesque bridge in Canada near Vancouver. It is located at an altitude of 70 meters above the turbulent Capilano River in thick thickets of forest.
Walking this bridge is an adventure in itself. Initially, it was built as a way to a sawmill to make life easier for workers, but today it has an exclusive tourist function.
Cenote Ik-Kil, Mexico
Cenote Ik-Kil was formed by nature from an underground cave and, because it consists of limestone, the cave walls were washed away by underground waters.
They crumbled from the pressure of the water making this cenote larger in diameter and depth.
Now you can see the fortified walls of the cenote and the stone staircase, which was created for the comfort of tourists trying to descend into the legendary waters.
In addition, the walls are decorated with artificial waterfalls and have balconies in the form of viewing platforms for onlookers.
Skellig Michael, Ireland
Skellig Michael is an island located in the Atlantic Ocean, 7 miles west of the Iveragh Peninsula in Ireland. A Christian monastery was founded on the island between the 6th and 8th centuries and was in constant use until the 12th century.
The ruins of the monastery, along with most of the island, were added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1996. This place seems so unearthly that it was heavily involved in the filming of Star Wars.
Spotted Lake, Canada
Spotted Lake is a saltwater mineral lake in British Columbia, Canada that contains a large concentration of various minerals.
In summer, most of the lake’s water evaporates, exposing the strangely colored deposits of these minerals.
The color of the spots depends on the mineral, most of the spots acquire their color due to magnesium sulfate that crystallizes with heat.
These minerals harden to form natural “paths” around and between points in the summer.
Pongour waterfalls, Vietnam
The Pongour waterfalls are one of the largest and most beautiful in Vietnam. During the rainy season, the water falls into a wide stream through many waterfalls and flows into the pool below.
In the dry season, the waterfall loses strength and turns into many small streams, but it still maintains its beauty.
If you are in Dalat in the rainy season, be sure to go to the waterfall, despite the long journey.
You are guaranteed to witness a breathtaking view. Also, on the way to the waterfall, you will see beautiful landscapes and pass through coffee and avocado plantations.
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