Top 7 Beautiful Places In The World, You Wish To Visit.

We are blessed by very beautiful places in this world, if we try to discover then we will know that how beautiful the world is. I have listed and explained about some of the beautiful places which in my opinion are in top.

Hope so, you will also enjoy and visit any of them this year or the upcoming year.

1-Milford Sound

Mitre Peak[Milford]

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This is Milford Sound’s most famous attraction. The Mitre Peak is known for its soaring altitudes — it stands mighty and proud at 1692 meters (5551 feet) above sea level — and is one of the most photographed mountains in New Zealand since of its recognized environment.

This is a fully silenced and peaceful place where you can get a better view of the scenery around you. I also wish to visit this place and sit near the sea, spend a whole day of my life viewing this joyful scenery.

2-Saint Lucia

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Saint Lucia tends to be popular due to its tropical weather and scenery and for its large number of beaches and resorts. Warm sunshine, cozy beaches, stunning natural beauty – all are reason enough to escape the drudgery of winter and all are found in abundance on the unique Caribbean island of Saint Lucia.

That is not all the island has to offer, the island has an intriguing history, a flavorful culture, enticing cuisine, exciting sports, and adventure activities, and it is known as one of the Caribbean’s most spa-oriented destinations.

Ladera Resort is found on a well of lava ridgeline, 1,000 feet over the Caribbean Ocean, with views of the Pitons. The resort, set on the grounds on one of Soufrière’s oldest cocoa plantations, has 37 rooms and suites; all have a view of at least one Piton.

Each room has its own private warmed dive pool to require within the views from. Local art can be found within the rooms and all through the resort; this incorporates hand-carved works in all of the wood (from the headboards and back pillars to poolside beautifications).


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Seljalandsfoss, one of the many breathtaking waterfalls that make Iceland their home. Although it may not be as impressive as other falls, such as the famous Gullfoss, it possesses a unique quality that sets it apart from other falls. Although it is a bit of a short hike to get there, there is a cave situated behind the falls that provide a beautiful view, especially around sunset or sunrise.

This makes the hike completely worth the trip, as it allows you to experience the waterfall from a small cave behind the falls, something that very few other waterfalls allow you to do. However, if you plan on making the small hike behind the falls, be sure to bring some rain gear as you will get a bit wet.

Although it is not the biggest or majestic waterfall in Iceland, I believe Seljalandsfoss is unique in its cave that allows us to experience one of nature’s finest creations from an entirely different angle than what we are used to. Whether you are a photographer or tourist, Seljalandsfoss is a jewel among Iceland’s many other natural beauties, and I would highly recommend you make time to experience it during your visit

4-The Cliffs of Moher

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From the cliffs, and from on the tower, guests can see the Aran Islands in Galway Bay, the Maumturks and Twelve Pins mountain ranges to the north in Province Galway, and Circle Head to the south.

The cliffs rank among the most visited tourist sites in Irela. The cliffs are one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland and topped a list of attractions in 2006 by drawing almost one million visitors (at the official visitor center, with additional visitors accessing other locales).

The total visit number is now around 1.5 million per annum. Since 2011, they have formed a part of the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark, one of a family of tourism destinations throughout Europe that are members of the European Geoparks Network and also recognized by UNESCO. The cliffs are also a “signature point” on the official Wild Atlantic Way tourist trail.

5-Great ocean road

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Great ocean road is one of the most iconic drives in all of Australia. The Great ocean road has miles and miles of lush green forests, rocky beaches. It’s something that one should make time for.

The road is considered a tourist attraction in the area providing visibility of the Southern Ocean. The road consists of rainforests as well as beaches and cliffs. The cliffs are composed of elegant limestones. One thing is for sure that the road itself is worth watching.

6-Moraine Lake

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Moraine Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. It is situated in the Valley of the Ten Peaks. Its waters have the most amazing color and its shade changes very often through the summer as the glaciers melt.

Moraine Lake is considered to surround by mountains, waterfalls, and shake heaps, making a scene so dazzling that it nearly appears unbelievable.

One can sit on the lakeside and inhale the pure mountain air. People come from all over the world to Moraine lake for hiking and enjoying the view of this beautiful lake. It’s an iconic place that is sure to leave a good lasting impression.

7-Machu Pichu

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Machi Pichu was built around the year 1450 and was occupied for almost 100 years before the Spanish Conquest. Thus the graceful city was never discovered by the Spaniards and was forgotten until the early 20th century. The hike up on the hills is an adventure in itself, and the city looks most beautiful from the top lookout point. If you love adventure and hiking then must visit this place.

These are all the beautiful places in the world which many people love and want to visit. Comment below about the place you loved more to visit. If you want a similar blog then readout this: Beautiful Cities In The World.

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