10 Places You Should See Before You Die

“Better to see something once than hear about it a thousand times”

The world is loaded with unbelievable magnificence sights both man-made and natural. We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. Travelling provides the paramount soothe for the people with an amazing creativity of appease. It is impossible to view each and every sight within the lifespan but there are ten incredible places that are worth for visiting.

1. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt



The Great Pyramid of Giza has earned the title of Wonder. According to a historical view, Pyramid of Giza is built with 2,300,000 stone blocks that weigh from 2 to 30 tons each and there are even some blocks that weigh over 50 tons. The construction of pyramid is a way too strong which is capable of dealing with heat expansion and earthquakes. The Giza is covered with the casing stones that reflect the sunlight rays through which the pyramid shine like a jewel. It is considered one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World and a worth place to visit. Moreover, the Great Pyramid of Giza stood as the tallest man-made structure for over 3,800 years.

2. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia        



Salar de Uyuni is the biggest salt flat in the world measured around 10,582 km. One of the most popular attractions of Salar de Uyuni is a cemetery for trains that were used in mining during the 1940s. When the clear water covers the entire salt flat it produces the largest crystal mirror. The natural mirror is also referred to as Salar de Tunupa or “salt flat enclosure” in Spanish. According to research an estimated 11 billion tons of salt is believed to be within Salar de Uyuni. The place is a home for 80 species of birds which includes three species of flamingos as well.

3. The Great Wall of China



The top mountain bridge is constructed by human hands that produce awe-inspiring view of the place. Infact, several shorter structures are joined together with approximately 2,145 miles. Over one million people died building the Great Wall of China. The researchers described the Great Wall of China as the longest cemetery on Earth. The origin is mapped out by a dragon through which builders followed the tracking and established the area. The longest man-made structure is approximately 5,500 miles long, attracting about 10 million people each year.


4. The Great Blue Hole, Belize



The largest sea-hole in the world is known as The Great Blue Hole in Belize. These sea holes refer to caves that are submerged with the rising of water. The divers discover a submarine sinkhole called The Great Blue Hole, where the water is 407 feet deep and 980 feet wide and can easily be seen from above. It is a circular deep hole considered as the best spot for diving and snorkeling. What makes the Belize Blue Hole so interesting is that over 500 rare plants and animals are situated only in this area and considered as the home for many hammerheads and black tip tigers.


5. Tianzi Mountains, China



The Mountain is about 16,550 acres big and 4,140 feet above sea level. It is named after the great Xiang Dakun, who is also called Tianzi, which means “Son of Heaven”. For visitors 2,084-meter cable car ride is build to enjoy and peak beautiful scenery during the climb. Despite the cold weather, the mountain provides different scenes during different seasons. Moreover, the pine trees grow on the top of the rocky peaks of Tianzi Mountain and reflect magical scenes such as the Sea of Clouds, the Radiance of the Moonlight, Rays of Sunshine and the Snow in winter.

6. Machu Picchu, Peru


In the Quechua Indian language, Machu Picchu means Old Peak or Old Mountain and is considered as One of the Seven Wonders of the World. In history, Machu Picchu refers to as an ancient Inca site that is situated above the Sacred Valley. The place produces fusion of beauty and pleasing effect to life of various plant including 90 species of orchids.

7. Victoria Falls, Livingstone, Zambia



The waterfall is 354 feet high and more than 260,000 gallons of water stream over the edge every second which places it as the huge waterfall on the planet. The naturally formed chasm below is named as Devil’s Pool and is regarded as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. When the sun sets on a full moon, the light rays bounce off and produces a moonbow, literally a rainbow during the night. The scene hosts a rare and amazing sight of Victoria Falls in the hours of darkness.  



8. Mount Roraima – Venezuela

Mount Roraima is one of the most elevated peaks in the entire of South America. The place contains a portion of the rarest flora and fauna that isn't discovered anyplace else on the planet. The area is the habitat of pitcher plants, heathers and even for diurnal frogs. The highest point of Mount Roraima is covered by dark rocks, gorges, wildflower and gardens. It is so high and wet due to the consistent rain that the area is generally shrouded in mist as it rains each day and waterfalls continue to flow.

9. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia



The Plitvice Lakes National Park includes 16 flowing lakes and more than 90 waterfalls and is submerged with two largest lakes that are ProšÄ‡ansko and Kozjak. Despite the biggest waterfall, Plitvice National Park is divided into 12 upper lakes and 4 lower lakes and is called the Great Waterfall. It’s over 70 meters tall with thick flora surrounding the whole area. Whereas, in winter season the water waves turns to freezing temperature and completely freeze over in that state for over a month. Plitvice Lakes is the homeland for many animals and birds including Corncrake, Ural Owl, and Tengmalm’s Owl, White-backed Woodpecker, Three-toed Woodpecker and many more.

10. Yellowstone National Park, USA



Yellowstone National Park covers over three states and contains a variety of sights of hot springs and geysers. The most popular area in the park includes the Old Faithful geyser and the Mammoth Hot Springs area. The place is the habitat for 67 species of mammals, 285 species of birds, 16 species of fish, 6 species of reptiles, 5 species of amphibians and more than 7 aquatic nuisance species. The paved roads within the park entertain tourists for snowmobiling, hiking, camping, boating, fishing and sightseeing. Further, according to the scientists, one of the world’s largest active volcanoes lies beneath Yellowstone.