Ever felt like you are missing out on the real beauty of planet earth? If you have, you are actually spot on with that. Because you are indeed missing out on some of the breathtaking spots on planet Earth.
As each day goes by, new destinations, wonders and mystic spots are being discovered by photographers, avid travellers and others. And the list may not be so tight as you seem because each day new unbelievable places are being discovered by humans.
Some of the results are born by the hands of mother nature itself whereas some other spots are being constructed or hand-made by the collaboration of much individual life forms on the planet. And the results are spectacular. So here are our top 5 incredible places to visit on our incredible planet. If you feel like you have other additions or suggestions to it, feel free to comment below.
#1 SALAR DE UYUNI, Bolivia
Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni is considered one of the most extreme and remarkable places in all of South America, if not Earth. Stretching more than 4,050 square miles of the Altiplano, Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat, left behind by prehistoric lakes evaporated long ago. Here, a thick crust of salt extends to the horizon, covered by quilted, polygonal patterns of salt rising from the ground.
A specific period of the year, adjacent lakes flood and a thin layer of water change the pads into a staggering impression of the sky. This delightful and extraordinary territory fills in as a lucrative extraction site for salt and lithium—the component in charge of driving workstations, cell phones, and electric autos. Notwithstanding nearby specialists who collect these minerals, the scene is home to the world’s first salt lodging and populated by street stumbling voyagers. The cruel magnificence and forsakenness of Salar de Uyuni can make for an unimaginable affair or a strategic bad dream.
#2 ANTELOPE CANYON, USA
#3 MOUNT RORAIMA, Venezuela
At first look, the principle contrast amongst Roraima and other mountain ranges is that it looks a great deal like a goliath tabletop, with each of the four sides framed from sheer precipices around 400 meters (1,312 feet) tall.
Also considered as tepuis, a very strange looking geological formations like this are among the oldest plateaus in the world. But still, it’s different compared to other various mountain ranges which form with the collision of two continental plates.
Instead, geologists think tepuis started coming together when the sand settled and became a solid rock at the bottom of the ancient oceans, over 2 billion years ago. A perfect example would be, Mount Everest only formed about 60 million years ago, and Earth itself is roughly 4.5 billion years old. Which makes us believe that these formings are ancient per calculations.
Recent studies about the Roraima also points out to facts that there’s life on the top and inside the mountain as per the study conducted over the years. The studies are bringing out more and more results of how they managed to get in there and how they have survived over the years. Maybe even more new life forms might be hiding in their reserve in this mysterious Mount Roraima.
Since it is one of the most wonderful creation ageing millions of years back, Roraima is definitely a spot worth discovering for avid travellers and wanderlusts all over the world.
#4 TULIP FIELDS, Netherlands
At the point when blooms were imported to the Netherlands from Turkey in the mid-sixteenth Century, the notoriety of the blossom took off very quickly, as Europe’s elites started to see the bloom as a grown-up toy. Assortments which had multi-shaded petals were especially well looked for after.
The plants became ever so popular rapidly all over the country. People were willing to trade so much for a single tulip bulb that the world’s first economic bubble occurred and the period became known as “tulipomania”. Although the hype didn’t last long for the Dutch, they still remain the hub for the trading of flowers and bulbs.
The best time to visit the Tulip fields in the Netherlands would be April when they will be in their prime and we could see the colourful patchwork of flowers. Early may seem to start the season. But if the winter lasts too long, it could affect the rate at which they sprout and blossom. So April seems to be the safe bet for tourists around the world to visit when they have the chance to see the vast area of flowers.
Keukenhof in Lisse is the world’s biggest bloom stop, and more than 7 million blossoms are planted there consistently. Strolling through the patio nurseries and exceptional structures is a pleasure to the faculties, as you will be engaged by the wide exhibit of hues and scents which the blossoms present. Make sure you pay a visit there.
#5 CHERRY BLOSSOM in street of BONN, Germany
In the old town (Altstadt) of Bonn, Germany you will find a number of cherry blossom tunnelled streets such as Heerstraße and Kölnstraße that explode with colour every Spring.
The bloom typically happens in April and when it happens people flock in droves to the picturesque streets. The ornamental Japanese Cherry Blossoms were first planted in the 1980s and they have become a major attraction for the historic city in Germany.
If you find yourself in Germany in the Spring be sure to check if the cherry blossoms are blooming in Bonn. Keukenhof in Lisse is the world’s largest flower park, and over 7 million flowers are planted there every year. Walking through the gardens and special pavilions is a delight to the senses, as you will be entertained by the wide array of colours and perfumes which the flowers offer up.
So that’s our top 5 picks for you to visit when you have the chance fly abroad and wander around on this mothership of ours which we call “Earth”. If you have any further suggestions or anything new to add to the picks above, make sure you leave a comment below. Live your life.Tags:Antelope Canyon, Best destinations, Germany, Mount Roraima, Street in Bonn, Top 5 Places, Tour Places, USA, Venezuela/Brazil/Guyana