FindItMore | Traveling to beautiful electric can be really fun, but what is more amazing and soul-stirring watching mountains eat the sun alive in beautiful natural wonders tour. Nature is supposed to be one of the most important mediums that makes our connections with our souls a little stronger than we let on in our everyday city hustle-bustle.
Natural wonders come as a rescue, helping you guide your focus back to us to disentangle the situation that you might have uncovered. The breathtakingly beautiful mountains, valleys, forests, springs, volcanoes, lavas, and places where the sky touches the earth, all of these are so much more than manmade centers, malls, and skyscrapers. Just imagine watching the clear night sky or the rain fall softly on your cheek as you lie in a sleeping bag beside a bonfire.
Falling in love in Nature
Moreover, natural wonders also make a great romantic destination that you can take your spouse to, for your honeymoon or simply to fall in love once again. The chances of falling in love watching the sunset or roasting marshmallows while camping is so much higher than even in front of Eiffel Tower. At least for the old school romantics like me.
Flashy, dazzling cities filled with skyscrapers and bridges might be an attraction, but is there really anything as of greater as nature’s beauty? Across oceans and mountains to the sea, there is a natural charm of these places and God’s handiwork that is begging to be explored by you. The world is oozing of all things nature, from jungles, mountains, rainforests, to the beauty under the water, the flora and fauna, the different weather, topical, snowfall, and rain, making everything look beautiful and alive. Blogger Alex Mahone has visited many natural wonders, and he can guide his readers too with ample knowledge about them. You can visit his platform and read his articles to enhance your own knowledge.
But for now, read our list of the top ten most beautiful destinations you can add on your bucket list. These are the beautiful places filled with nature’s beauty waiting to be unraveled, explored, and cherished.
- Cappadocia, Turkey
A city which is wholly carved from a massive rock, Cappadocia is one of the most beautiful places on earth. The Turkish city is known for its fairy chimneys and Bronze Age homes carved into valley walls. You might have seen bits and pieces of the city on social media, where people have posted their videos and pictures from a hot-air balloon ride in the sky for a breathtakingly amazing view of the region.
- Deosai National Park, Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan
Deosai Plains lies at an average height of 13,500 feet above sea level, making it among the second-highest plateaus in the world. It covers an area of almost 3,000 square kilometers. The plains are literally a personification of Wordsworth’s poetry because of it being a snow-bound land that hides in the winter.
Deosai is also known for its amazing wildlife. You will see the natural habitat of the red fox, golden marmot, wild horses, gray wolf, Ladakhurial in the foothills, snow leopard, and a number of birds. The park is home to the endangered species of brown bears native to this region, known as the Himalayan brown bear that once roamed the mountains freely.
- MùCangChải, Vietnam
MùCangChải is a rural district of YênBái Province of Vietnam. You must add this destination in the list of some of the most breathtakingly beautiful nature’s beauty because its rice fields, terraces, and mountainous landscapes are not to be missed.
- Namib Desert, Namibia
Located in southern Africa, the Namib Desert stands out because of how eerily similar it looks like the planet Mars. It is home to red sand dunes and skeletal trees and is also known as the shooting location for Mad Max: Fury Road.
- Ashikaga and Arashiyama, Japan
Japan has a lot of seeing in nature’s corner, but Ashikaga and Arashiyama top the chart. Ashikaga has a Flower Park that will you a little peak to heaven. Every spring, several hundred flowering plants, and wisteria trees display their attractive hues and turn the park into a vision of pastel pinks and purples. Whereas, Arashiyama has a bamboo forest in the district which will linger in your memories long after you have left the place.
- Paro Taktsang, Bhutan
Paro Taktsang, it is also known as The Tiger’s Nest, is a prominent Himalayan Buddhist sacred spot. It is also a monastery that is located on the side of a cliffside in the Paro valley in Bhutan. It is located precisely more than 10,000 feet above the ground. The beautiful view of the valley, along with the monastery, is a place not to be missed.
- Kolukkumalai Tea Estate, India
If you love tea and nature, you will love the most beautiful tea state in the world. Kolukkumalai Tea Estate is located more than 8,000 feet above sea level and is the highest tea estate in the world.
- Socotra, Yemen
The name Socotra comes from the Sanskrit for “paradise.” It is an island in Yemen that looks like an alien planet with its UFO-like dragon’s blood trees. Several ancient texts and manuscripts believe that the unique Socotra is the original location of the Garden of Eden.
- Bromo Volcano: East Java, Indonesia
Mount Bromo is one of the most well-known volcanoes in East Java’s BromoTenggerSemeru National Park. The active volcano and epic sunrise views are the reasons why it is one of the most visited tourist attractions in East Java.
- Mud volcanoes, Gobustan, Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan is home to nearly a third of the world’s mud volcanoes. Thousands of mud lovers trek to Gobustan’s landscape to enjoy the messy, bubbling, and even explosive thick grey mud that spews regularly from small volcanoes. Since the mud doesn’t come from magma, it’s not hot. In fact, it can sometimes get really cold. You will often see people stripping down and lathering themselves in the sludge since it’s believed to have medicinal qualities.