Top 10 Travel Attractions That Will Make You Travel Addict

Traveling around the world and visiting happening and beautiful locations is a dream for many travelers. The world is blessed with so many incredibly beautiful sites that it becomes difficult where to start from. We have listed some of the top ten fascinating places that you should visit at least once before you die. Come and explore the natural and man-made wonders that make traveling a special thing to do. This list is definitely not listed in the order of significance, and many beautiful and stunning sites have not been listed, as it is literally impossible to list all the beautiful wonders of the world in just one article. You cannot stop your mind from drifting if you ever get a chance to witness these stunning sites in the world in your lifetime. The world is blessed with fabulous locations that one can feel blessed if we get to visit at least one-third of these fascinating wonders.

  1. Sun Set From Burj Khalifa

sunset from burj khalifa
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The world’s tallest building is an architectural feat in itself. And you can surely set a date in the clouds when you visit the building. But, one of the most surprising facts is that you can witness the sunset from Burj Khalifa twice. The first one would be at the bottom tip of the building and then hop onto the elevator that zooms to the top and watch the mesmerizing sunset all over again. One thing that you should not miss in your lifetime.

  1. Great Barrier Reef in Australia

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You cannot come across more beautiful things in your lifetime that the stunning Great Barrier Reef. The vibrant coral form is a tropical paradise. One of the best sites for exploring as you indulge in scuba diving and snorkeling. Spread beautifully over 1,200 miles along the coastline, this reef is considered to be one of the largest and healthiest in the world. Australia has several raw wilderness sites to explore, but the Great Barrier Reef beats everyone hands down.

  1. Machu Picchu in Peru

machu picchu in peru
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Reclining across a precipitous 7,000 feet high hilltop surrounded by the Andes. This ancient ruin of Machu Picchu has caught travelers and visitors in awe. One can’t help being intrigued and mystified this natural wonder. This is one thing that you cannot miss out when you visit the South American country, Peru. Many people have named it as the new Seven Wonders of the World.

  1. Westin Maui Resort & Spa in Hawaii

Westin Maui Resort & Spa in Hawaii
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One of the fascinating places surrounded by amazing waterfalls and pools will leave the visitors in awe at the very sight of it. The Kaanapali resort placed on the white sandy Kaanapali beach is blessed with breathtaking natural surroundings, a fabulous spa, and world-class service. One of the best places to experience a relaxing holiday around serene surroundings.

  1. Whitehaven Beach in Australia

Whitehaven Beach in Australia
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Blessed with incredibly white sands along the beach, this 7-kilometer sandbar is placed along the Whitsunday Island in Australia. Accessible easily via boat from the mainland hotspot tourist’s sites like Shute Harbor, Hamilton Island, and Airlie Beach; this beach is as beautiful as you can witness it in your dreams. It is extremely popular among locals and tourists alike; CNN.com listed this beach in the top eco-friendly beaches in the world.

  1. Grand Prismatic Springs in Yellowstone, Wyoming

Grand Prismatic Springs in Yellowstone, Wyoming
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These 1,000 miles of countryside hiking trails will surely create ripples in your heart. The happening tourist site is buzzing with amazing wildlife and stunning hot springs. A rare opportunity to witness endangered species like the grizzly or elk. In fact, the park has the largest elk population in North America and is considered to be one of the two sites in the world that house the great grizzly bear.
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  1. The Dark Hedges in Northern Island

The Dark Hedges in Northern IslandSource: www.independent.ie

The Stuart family was instrumental in planting the spectacular beech trees in the eighteenth century. Today, the Dark Hedges is one of the most photographed sites in the world and people from all over the world come to witness the magic of the natural phenomena. The compelling landscape never fails to impress the tourist population, no matter how many times you visit this place.

  1. The Fairy Pools of the Isle of Skye in Scotland

The Fairy Pools of the Isle of Skye in ScotlandSource: http://www.flickr.com

The Fairy Pools definitely steal the show when you visit the Isle of Skye. The Fairy pools is a amazing combination of crystal clear chilled pools and waterfalls nestled in the Cuillin Hills in Scotland that forms the Allt Coir’ a’ Mhadaidh that glides into the Glen Brittle along the Black Cuillin’s foothills. A visit here is going to rejuvenate your body, mind, and soul. One of the locations that you should never miss on your lifetime.

  1. The Marble Caverns of Carrera Lake in Chile

The Marble Caverns of Carrera Lake in ChileSource: 1.bp.blogspot.com

A natural wonder that is often referred as the most stunning cave network in the world. The Azure temple in Lake General Carrera in the Patagonia region of Chile is formed by natural and the walls are full of water-filled marble caverns. A photographer’s delight is one of the magnificent geographies in the world that will never fall short of mystifying and intriguing you.

  1. The Shahara Bridge in Yemen

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Man constructed this spectacular bridge in the 17th century for connecting the towns placed on mountaintops and the Yemen mainland to prevent Turkish invasions. Never did they ever imagine that this would turn to be one of the architectural marvels centuries later. Even though it is quite scary in nature, several tourists and visitors from all around the globe visit this bridge.

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