Top 10 Natural Places To See Before Dying
Though its good or bad we born in this world, from beginning to the end of our life is filled with stress, problems and many issues may be money blah blah blah. However, there are amazing Top 10 Natural Places To See Before Dying these places are my recommendations, this places gave you memory until the end.
For those of us with a sense of adventure, and who want to see our planet in its truest form, we can go exploring its natural wonders of which Earth has plenty.
Top 10 Natural Places To See Before Dying
10. The Ancient Gondwana Rainforests of Australia
On this tropical, southern continent an ancient rainforest began to take root, covering virtually the entire southern hemisphere of the globe. As it, too, eventually began to rip itself apart, slowly turning into the southern hemisphere as we know it today, the prehistoric forest began to disappear.
Except for Australia, that is, which more or less maintained the same latitude as the greater Gondwana continent. We think of Australia primarily as a desert landscape, but here the old rainforest also endured, and it exists even to this day, thus making it the oldest continuous jungle in the world.
Predating even the long-lost dinosaurs, the Gondwana Rainforests can be found on the easternmost fringes of the Australian continent, covering roughly 0.3 percent of the island nation.
9. The Beagle Channel in South America
It was named after Charles Darwin’s famous ship, the HMS Beagle, which on its second voyage in the early 1830s surveyed the narrow strait and gazed upon its beauty. On January 29, 1833, while winding his way through the waters, Darwin wrote in his field notebook, “It is scarcely possible to imagine anything more beautiful than the beryl-like blue of these glaciers, and especially as contrasted with the dead white of the upper expanse of snow.”
On January 29, 1833, while winding his way through the waters, Darwin wrote in his field notebook, “It is scarcely possible to imagine anything more beautiful than the beryl-like blue of these glaciers, and especially as contrasted with the dead white of the upper expanse of snow.”
In a scenario such as this, even today one can marvel as a piece of glacier breaks off and hurls itself into the waters, while sperm whales swim close to the shore.
8. China’s Sacred Mount Hua
Mount Huashan has a total of five peaks, each known for something spectacular. The East Peak, for example, is famous for its utterly stunning sunrises, and the beautiful legend which surrounds it.
The Immortal Palm Peak, on the other hand, draws its name from the natural veins in the rock, which make it look like a palm tree.
But none is more beautiful than the Southern Peak, which offers hikers some of the most beautiful views of the surrounding landscape, with the lush green of the canopy below and the Yellow River carving its way to the sea.
7. The Danube Delta in Romania
Some 5,000 years ago, this place was nothing more than a gulf in the Black Sea, but as time went on, the mighty river brought with its large quantities of silt, forming the largest and most pristine natural reserve in Europe. In fact, the delta grows by an estimated of 130 feet per year.
Part of the Unesco World Naturals Sites, the Danube Delta is home to the largest colony of pelicans in the world, as well as other 300 species of birds, 75 species of fish, and 1,150 species of plants.
It also acts as a temporary safe haven for half of the total world population of Red-breasted Geese, on their way to and from Africa and the rest of Europe. Unfortunately, this is the only remaining wetland suited for all sorts of migratory birds to cross between the two continents.
The people living here have become reliant on the abundance of fish and other wildlife the delta provides. Their lifestyle, with a few exceptions, hasn’t changed much for hundreds of years, and you can still find them on their small boats with a fishing rod in hand.
6. The Valley Of Flowers in India
India is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, packed with history and tradition, and should definitely be a travel destination for anyone who wants to do some globe trotting.
But there is one place, in particular, not known well by the general public, that should be among your first stops. The smallest national park in the Himalayan Mountains, the Valley of Flowers is an alpine gorge surrounded on all sides by snowy peaks.
The absolutely amazing thing about this place is that in summer, the entire valley transforms into a huge carpet of flowers and herbs as far as the eye can see. Protected on all sides by mountains and hills, the Valley of Flowers has its own micro-climate, harboring life of all shapes and sizes.
5. The Underground Rivers and Lakes of the Yucatan Peninsula
Home to the Maya civilization, the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico is seemingly poor when it comes to fresh water. Well, this is just a trick on the area’s part, since most of its water is hidden underground. In fact, the entire peninsula is littered with over 3,000 cenotes.
These are nothing more than sinkholes which formed as a result of soft and porous limestone erosion, which covers the entire peninsula. While geologists see them as a maze of caverns, tunnels, underground rivers and lakes, the Mayans saw them as wells of life and gates to the afterlife.
4. Lake Baikal in Russia
Baikal formed more than 25 million years ago as a result of a rift in the planet’s crust. The many hot springs in the area indicate the region still being geologically active.
Its waters are so clear that it offers a 130-foot deep visibility, and during winter its entire surface freezes over. Due to Siberia’s extremely cold temperatures, a thick layer of ice forms, through which locals can drill in order to fish. In calm water conditions, ice forms in such a way that one can look through and see the many fish swimming below.
3. The Antelope Canyon in the American Southwest
The speciality of this place is The best time to visit is during midday when the sun is directly above, and streaks of light go all the way to the very bottom.
It’s the place all the photographers would love.
2. Huanglong Natural Reserve in China
Known to the Chinese as “the Yellow Dragon,” Huanglong Natural Reserve is a two-mile long valley, hidden deep in the northernmost extremity of Sichuan province in China.
Located at the intersection of four major floral regions (the sub-tropical and tropical regions of the Northern Hemisphere, Eastern Asia, and the Himalayas), Huanglong is home to a large concentration of different species of plants in a relatively small area of land.Top 10 Natural Places To See Before Dying
Golden snub-nosed monkeys, Asian black bears, leopards, Pallas’s cats, Tibetan antelope, and Giant Pandas can also be found here.
1. Chile’s El Tatio Geysers
The hills and mountains surrounding the El Tatio geyser field go up another 5,580 feet, adding to the eerie-looking landscape.
The narrow runways through which water flows away from the geysers is teeming with heat-resistant algae and bacteria, giving the ground a rainbow colored appearance.Top 10 Natural Places To See Before Dying
These are the Top 10 Natural Places To See Before Dying
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