Are you planning to travel the most beautiful places around the world but confusing about where to travel, Don’t worry There are so many beautiful places in this world that we can not imagine.
Here is a list of the most beautiful places to visit around the world:
1. Sea of Stars – Vaadhoo, Maldives
Everyone Knows that nature is unchangeable. Are you Planning to a trip then you have to visit the world’s most beautiful Place that will seriously take your breath away, “Sea of Stars” in Vaadhoo Island Maldives is located on the equator to the southwest of Sri Lanka in the Indian Ocean.
Sea of Stars seems to be a reflection the mirror image of stars above. Maldives Islands are famous for the beaches that sparkle white under the equatorial sun, but at night the sea water turns to a color of neon blue, the reason is that due to a natural chemical reaction of ‘Bioluminescence’ is a light produced by a microorganism in the water which is disturbed by oxygen. This light occurs when a wave breaks on the shore or when you walk barefoot through the wet shoreline.
Sea of stars… Vaadhoo Islands is one of the best destination in the world that attracts travelers to see this outstanding phenomenon.
2. Northern Lights
Northern Lights are also Known as Aurora Borealis, Northern Lights are Colored lights which appear in the Northern Sky. These lights occur when solar wind meets the atmosphere around the magnetic earth pole this will happens waves, arches and curls of light move across the sky and sudden rays of light shoot down from space. It can only be seen in certain areas and display of light varies in intensity, color, and movement. The best time to see this place is between December and April.
There are 7 places to see the Northern Lights
Iceland, a country with glaciers, geysers and volcanoes is the best place to catch the Aurora Borealis. These lights can be spotted anywhere in Iceland. Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon located in the southeast coast of Iceland is one of the best place to see a complete view of lights. This area is full of icebergs, glaciers which reflects the colors everywhere. The Best time to visit this place is Last August to April.
2. Fairbanks, Alaska
Alaska is one of the best place to view Aurora Borealis and it is near to the north pole. It is located two degrees below the arctic circle and close to the Denali National park, Fairbanks is the best place in the U.S. to view the Northern Lights. The Best time to visit this place is Last August to mid-April.
3. Yellowknife, Canada
Canada, the country having light pollution and best tourist spots like Niagara WaterFalls, Bay of Fundies and the Canadian Rockies. This is located north to the Arctic Circle, which travelers get a spectacular view of Aurora Borealis. Wood Buffalo and Jasper National park are some of the popular spots to catch the Aurora Borealis. The Best time to visit this place is mid-August to mid-April.
In Norway, the popular spots to catch the lights is Svalbard, Tromso, The Lofoten islands, Harstad, Bodo, Alta, Andoya, and Lakselv. The village of Ersfjordbotn, 12 miles from Tromso and the northern towns of Alta, Nordkapp, and Kirkenes are some of the best spots you can check out the lights. The Best time to visit this place is Mid September to March.
Finland is covered by forests and mountain ranges from all sides. The Aurora shines almost day by day in the north part of the country. Kakslauttanen is a popular spot where you can enjoy by catching the Northern Lights. Even in Luosto, a small village in the north of Finland, you can catch the Aurora Lights. The Best time to visit this place is September to March.
NorthWest of Sweden Known for its Wilderness, shows the beautiful sightings of the Aurora Borealis. In Sweden, the lights appear all year round. Abisko is tiny village located in the middle of the Skanderna mountain range shows the perfect conditions for light viewing, as the snowy peaks keep the clouds apart for clearer skies.
In Greenland, The southeastern part is the perfect place to catch the Aurora Borealis. Kangerlussuaq, Ammasalik, Nuuk are the best places for catching the light. The island is especially beautiful in Winter season, end of September when there’s no midnight sun to hinder your view of the Northern Lights. The best time to visit this place is Mid August to April.
3. Waitomo Glowworm Caves – Otorohanga, New Zealand
Waitomo Glowworm Caves is the wonder of nature that attracts the travelers for this natural phenomenon and it is located in New Zealand. In Waitomo caves, you can travel by boat along an underground river through the Wonderfully decorated Glowworm Grotto and look in silence at the thousands of glowworm lights that make up the Glowworm Grotto. Once you enter this galaxy of small living lights, you will shortly found a quiet atmosphere and absorbed by small glowworms that light your way.
4. Salar de Uyuni – Uyuni Salt Flat, Bolivia
An expressive and awesome sight, Salar de Uyuni is the world largest salt flat(12,106sqft km) sits at 3653m(11,984ft) in Southwestern Bolivia. When the surface is dry, the solar is pure white large space of blue sky and white ground. When there is a little water the surface reflects the clouds and the blue sky and the horizon disappears which your eyes might not turn. Salar de Uyuni is estimated to contain 10 billion tons of salt, of which less than 25000 tons is extracted annually. In some places, the salt is 10 meters thick. salar de Uyuni is incredible and provides the best experience that will not be quickly forgotten.