All of us see beauty in a different way. If a person considers a thing beautiful & amazing one, maybe the other people have different views about that thing. But natural beauty is something which attract everyone. This beautiful world is full of amazing natural places & we are lucky to be blessed with so many stunning & attractive places to visit.
Below we are presenting an amazing list of very beautiful and attractive natural places of the world which one should visit at least once in our life. The below pictures are taken from all over the world and of course its not possible to list all beautiful & amazing natural places in just one post. We arranging the places to visit in an order which actually attracted us. Feel free to comment…
Skardu Valley (Pakistan)
Skardu Valley is a part of the Baltistan. Baltistan is spread over an area of 26,000 square kilometres – just right below the jagged and glaciated ramparts of the Karakoram. Once part of Laddakh, it was known as Tibet-i-Khurd – Little Tibet. Archaeological exploration has proven that it was encompassed by the Silk Trade Route.
Great Barrier Reef (Australia)
Officially the largest reef system on earth, the Great Barrier Reef has almost 3,000 reefs encompassed within the 2,600 kilometre area of land that it covers.
Although the Great Barrier Reef is clearly visible from space, it is when looking at it from underneath water when it truly appears to be beautiful and somewhat magical. Over 1,500 types of fish call the Great Barrier Reef home and in excess of 400 types of coral can be viewed in the area, meaning if you get chance to visit the area, you should make sure that you take along an underwater camera.
Iguazu Falls (Brazil-Argentina Border)
There are many different large and popular waterfalls all around the world, but none offer as spectacular views as Iguazu Falls does.
Sat on the border between Brazil and Argentina, it is possible to get safely into Iguazu Falls that you can benefit from over 250 degrees worth of waterfalls surrounding you. It may not be as big as some of the other waterfalls around the world, but Iguazu Falls is by far one of the most stunning.
Grand Canyon (Colorado, USA)
Stretching for 277 miles, the Grand Canyon is a gorge in Arizona which, at its widest point, is 18 miles wide.
It has been discovered recently that the Grand Canyon may have been created over 17 million years ago. However old it is, it’s difficult not to be taken aback when you’re stood above the canyon looking down at the Colorado River flowing through the centre.
Uluru aka Ayers Rock (Australia)
Known more commonly as Ayers Rock, Uluru is a sandstone rock that is 1,145 feet tall and has a circumference figure of almost 6 miles. A World Heritage Site and part of the Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park, Uluru is considered to be one of the most beautiful sites in Australia, largely because of its unusual rock formations and sacredness to the Aboriginal people of the surrounding area.
Canadian Rockies (Canada)
The majestic Canadian Rockies are the Canadian segment of the North American Rocky Mountains. They are a visitor’s wonderland and the playground for western Canada. They are older than the American Rockies and are formed from over thrusting.
The Canadian Rockies house five national parks, and four of those national parks (along with other provincial parks) combine to form a single UNESCO World Heritage Site that consists of beautiful mountain landscapes, lakes, canyons, waterfalls, glaciers, peaks, limestone caves, and fossils. Mount Robson is the highest peak of the Canadian Rockies and climbing it is considered a challenge. These beautiful mountains are a haven for hikers and walkers alike.
Swat Valley (Pakistan)
Swat Valley is a beautiful piece of paradise, it is the upper valley of the Swat River, which rises in the Hindu Kush range. With high mountains, green meadows, and clear lakes, it is a place of great natural beauty that used to be popular with tourists as “the Switzerland of Pakistan”.
Baltoro Glacier (Pakistan)
The Baltoro Glacier, at over 70km long, is one of the longest in the world and continually flanked by huge rock spires. At its source at Concordia lie some of the tallest mountains in the world. It’s dangerous beauty can’t be overestimated, the scenery is amazing.
Yosemite Valley (California, USA)
The incomparable beauty of nature changing colors with seasons and the sigh of breeze in the pines can only be experienced at Yosemite Valley (Pronounced Yo-seh-mit-tea). Yosemite Valley is part of Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This alpine valley offers incredible natural beauty and is just one mile in width and eight miles long with vertical granite walls rising above 2000 feet on either side. Nine ethereal waterfalls cascade into the valley. Wilderness hiking trails are as long as 800 miles.
Mamanuca Islands (Fiji)
They are 20 islands in total. These beautiful islands of Mamanuca are varied; while some are small and can be walked around in a few minutes, others may take days to explore. For those who love nature and water bodies, these islands are a paradise with miles and miles of lilley snow white sand and beautiful turquoise blue beaches.
Sahara Sunset (Sahara Desert)
While the Sahara Desert is a wonderful place to see for the wide expanse of sand dunes, the sunset there is sure to take your breath away. A night spent camping on the sand dunes of this three-million year old desert, watching the sky change colors at dusk, is a dream come true for any nature lover.