Massive mountains, enormous glaciers, blissful waterfalls & wide spread jungles, we sure live in a big beautiful world.
With so many incredible landscapes to explore around our mother earth, there are still many in the list to see. Once in awhile disconnecting from the online world and finding serenity through nature is a blessed escape to any wanderer who loves nature.
Our editors have selected 05 ultimate destinations to travel if you are a nature freak. Even though there are many natural wonders in the world, these destinations have been selected considering so many factors. Being a whole natural nation is the main factor among everything.
Have you ever wondered why Iceland is called the land of ice & fire? Its landscapes are filled with waterfalls, craters, lava fields icebergs and more.
Iceland is a very young country from a geographical point of view. Iceland is a blessed country that is shaped by the true forces of nature. The Icelandic landscape demonstrates the creativity powers of the four basic elements – Earth, Air, Fire & Water – in a beautiful way. Icelanders are proud of their close ties to nature, and dedicated to preserving this natural wealth through responsible conservation. According to the Environmental Performance Index, created by the World Economic Forum in 2012, Iceland is the world’s greenest country.
A visit to Hawaii begs the question what is not a natural wonder in Hawaii? Not just Hawaii’s emerald green mountains & stunning beaches, there are few other places stand above the rest.
Based on what island you visit in Hawaii there are so many natural wonders to explore. Oahu is home for some incredible mountain ranges, including Ko’olau mountain range where you can hike the famous ‘The Stairway to heaven – Haiku Stairs’. The big island of Hawaii is made of black sandy beaches and lava tunnels. Island Maui’s highlight is the road to Hana – a long drive that leads to mesmerizing waterfalls and the views of sandy beaches.
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Vietnam has been blessed with over 3,000KM of coastline, wild & thick forests, slender mountains, and some of the planet’s most impressive limestone pinnacles & plateaus. All of this combined Vietnam is one of the Southeast Asia’s best destination for nature tourism. From National Parks to protected reserves Vietnam’s natural habitats will not disappoint in any means.
Vietnam is ranked 16th in the world according to biological diversity and is home to approximately 16% of the world’s species. These species include 15,986 varieties of flora, 10% of which are endemic to the country, 310 mammals, 840 birds, 260 reptiles, 120 amphibians and 7,750 types of insects. You can spend your trip exploring some of the best wildlife, trekking through the rice paddies of Sapa, exploring the sand dunes of Mui Ne or discovering the largest cave system in the world.
The pearl of the Indian ocean is always a top pick when it comes to nature tourism. Sri Lanka is blessed with many things. A rich culture with authentic heritage, green parade of mountains, wide spread wild life across the country and the most scenic train ride through the mountains & waterfalls. If this is will not entertain your nature loving soul nothing will. Sri Lanka has the highest biodiversity per unit area of land amongst Asian countries.
As far is nature is concerned Sri Lanka is surely the top destination in the world. That could be the reason that Sri Lanka was named as the top destination in the world by many leading travel blogs in 2019.
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Namibia – formerly known as South West Africa is enriched with vast open spaces, spectacular sceneries, and magnificent wildlife. Namibia is also referred as one of the best safari destinations in the world.
Namibia possesses some of the most stunning landscapes in Africa, and its incredible natural scenery make it one of the best road trip destinations in the world. The country’s natural wonders like red dunes of Sossusvlei and the famous Deadvlei salt pan attract thousands of visitors each year.