Some people are extremely fond of travelling and wish to travel to exotic places all around the world. The whole world is filled with some very enchanting places. Thus, it sometimes becomes extremely difficult for a person to round-off on a destination that he should visit next. If you are also one of those people then this blog might prove to be a useful one to you. Here is a compilation of 12 Must-visit places in a lifetime:
Melissani Cave, Greece
Also known as the cave of the Nymph, the Melissani Cave in Greece is quite popular amidst adventurous tourists, from all around the world. If seen from outside, one can see a lake in between the cave, which forms a beautiful sight. The present formation of the cave is in B-shape, which divides the cave in 2 large sections that are filled with water with a small island, in-between the caves.
River of Flowers, Keukenhof, Holland
A paradise for flower lovers, the River of Flowers, Holland is a very mesmerizing display of tulips and grape hyacinth, which looks just like a river, which is looks like flowing through the Keukenhof Park. One can also opt for small river cruises as well to have a view of the beautiful flowers.
Taj Mahal, Agra, India
No Indian luxury tour is complete without a customary visit to the world-renowned Taj Majal. A visit to this one of the Seven Wonders of the World’ is a major highlight of the Luxury Golden Triangle Tour India. This UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an enchanting white-marble mausoleum, which was erected by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. This monument has been the muse of innumerable artists.
Dunnottar Castle, Scotland
Placed on a rocky cliff, Dunnottar Castle is a ruined medieval fort that is located towards the north-east coast of Scotland, around 3 km southwards of Stonehaven. The structure which can be seen today belongs mainly to the 15th and the 16th centuries. However, it is believed that the original structure belongs to the Early Middle Ages. This castle has been an important part of the history of Scotland during the Jacobite risings that took place in the 18th century, mainly because of its strategic situation
Foss a Sidu, Southern Iceland
Located eastwards Kirkjubaejarklaustur in the southern part of Iceland Foss a Sidu is an impressive waterfall. It originated from a height and flows down the cliff, quite close to a secluded farm, which is placed near the Ring Road. A unique thing about this waterfall is that it flows uphill when there are strong winds from the sea side. Although this waterfall is a single-narrow stream but it is often known to match-up a number of strong streams at other locations in Iceland.
Green Fly Geyser, Nevada
Gerlach is a tiny town is around 110 miles northwards of Reno in Nevada. Around 20 miles north of the town is Fly Ranch, which houses one of the world’s most exotic geysers. The vibrant red and colours of the flying geyser are its most unique feature that is happening because of thermophilic algae. When the water erupts, it leaves calcium carbonate deposits that have got accumulated from years. This has lead to the formation of multiple terraces. The sight of the colourful geysers is a beautiful one.
Rocamadour is a community in the Lot department towards the south-west area of France, which is placed in the ex-province of Quercy. This community resides in a gorge-like setting, which is right above one of the tributaries of the Dordogne River. Rocamadour is also famous for housing a number of historical buildings and the Blessed Virgin Mary sanctuary, a major attraction amongst pilgrims including kings, bishops and nobles.
8. River House, Serbia
River House, erected on an elevated rock formation on river Drina in Serbia, is an amazing and mystifying sight. This house, right in the middle of the river, every year attracts a decent number of tourists from all around the globe. This river, lying between the borders of Serbia and Bosnia Herzegovina is known for rafting and kayaking expeditions. Will you partake in any of these activities; you might get a chance to have a look at this amazing house.
9. Strokkur, Iceland
Placed in the geothermal area adjacent to the river Hvítá in Iceland, Strokkur is a fountain geyser, in the south-western part of Iceland, which is eastwards of Reykjavik. One of the most popular geysers of the country, this geyser erupts at around every 5-7 minutes, and goes up to the height of 15-20 meters and sometimes up to 40 meters as well. This site is a popular attraction amidst tourists who visit this area.
10. Tat Kuang Si Waterfall, Luang Prabang, Laos
The crystal-clear and blue-green waters of the Tat Kuang Si Waterfall in Luang Prabang, Laos are forming quite an appealing site, primarily in the heat of Laos. If you want, you can indulge on swimming up till the base or you can also climb-up towards the top and relax in a swimming hole in-between the tiers of the waterfall. This waterfall is situated in a national park beside the river Mekong.
11. Potato Chip Rock, California
Located within the boundaries of the Lake Poway Park, the intriguing Potato Chip Rock is located quite close to San Diego. You need to hike up to this one-of-a-kind boulder that juts out from the top of Mount Woodson. This rock is a major attraction and tourists make it a point that they get a picture of themselves clicked, once on the top.
12. Jacob’s Well, Texas
An important natural geological possession of Texas Hill Country, Jacob’s Wall is an artesian spring and one of Texas’ longest underwater caves. This well is an important part of the culture and history of the Wimberley Valley.
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