Is it time to plan the next holiday yet? If you can stare at nature for hours, the following areas are indispensable. From airports, to national parks and bays. In this blog you will encounter areas and places all over the world.
The impressive fields full of rice are mainly found in Asian countries. Our 10 favorites?
Vietnam: Sapa, Bac Son, Mu Cang Chai and Mai Chau
Thailand: Mae Hong Son and Chiang Mai
Indonesia: Tegalalang, Jatiluwih
Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
Those who are not such a fan of rice may well be lucky at the Tea Fields in Malaysia. Tip from us: drive towards the tea fields around sunrise. View guaranteed!
Changi Airport, Singapore
Despite being an airport, Changi Airport in Singapore is worth a visit. A destination in itself! Fun fact: the waterfall pumps 500,000 liters of water through the roof.
Yellowstone National Park, United States
As far as we are concerned, the images below say enough.
Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Volcanic remains from probably 2 to 3 million years ago. Not only does it sound impressive, it looks like it. Ngorongoro Crater is located at 2200 meters NAP.
Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina
It is not without reason that this glacier is on the world UNESCO list. What a beautiful piece of nature!
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
The largest coral reef in the world can be found at the Great Barrier Rief. With over 2,900 coral species and 900 islands, there is plenty to look forward to!
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
The bay, Ha Long Bay, is located near the border of China and is about 120 kilometers away. The striking landscape provides an impressive view.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
The largest salt area can be found in Bolivia. About 11 thousand kilometers of salt at an altitude of 3500 meters. An environment you don’t often encounter!
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