20 Amazing Places On Earth You Must Visit Once Before You Die


Planet Earth is full of amazing places to visit. One life is simply not enough to see them all, so here are our must-see locations…

Ksamil Beach

Here is our list of 20 amazing places on Earth that every traveler should visit at least once:

1. Great Blue Hole in Belize

The Blue Hole in Belize is famous for being a good place for scuba-diving and has a depth of 125 m.

Belize Blue Hole

2. Striped Icebergs of Chilean Patagonia

Located off the coast of Grey in Chilean Patagonia, these striped icebergs are incredible.

Grey Glacier in Torres

3. Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni is a wonder of nature which is really worth visiting. It is a Bolivian salt lake, and the largest one in the world, covering 10.582 square km. Travel there to feel like the only person left on earth, and for the stunning photos!

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Solar de Uyuni

4. Capilano Suspension Bridge in Canada

Capilano Bridge is a stunning 91 m high walkway located in the District of North Vancouver in British Columbia.


5. Cinque Terre in Italy

If ever you are in Italy, be sure to visit Cinque Terre for breathtaking views from the Mediterranean Sea.

cinque terre italy

6. Panjin Red Beach in China

When you hear the word “beach”, I bet you think white sand. That’s not the case with this beach which is red and has no sand at all. It gets its name from a red sea weed, called Sueda, that grows here and makes for a stunning sight.

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7. The Door to Hell in Turkmenistan

The door to hell in Karakum Desert, Turkmenistan is a fire pit of burning natural gas, and has been burning brightly for about 40 years. It’s also safer than you’d think: the door to hell might look like it, but it is not volcanic.


8. Glowworm cave in New Zealand

Another of New Zealand’s fine attractions is its Glowworm caves, amazing places all up and down the country which are home to sizeable glowworm populations. In the darkened caves, these glowworms – which can be found only in New Zealand and Australia – give off a magical green-blue light.

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9. Neuschwanstein castle in Germany

Neuschwanstein castle in Germany is considered to be one of the most beautiful castles in the world. Its a fairytale location fit for a Prince or Princess.

Zion park

10. Zion National Park in Utah

Zion National Park in Utah is a popular tourist attraction known for its red cliffs.

Zion park

11. Ha Long Bay in Vietnam

Enjoy clear green waters and breath-taking scenery of the surrounding forests as you cruise through Ha Long Bay.


12. Hotel La Montana Magica in Huilo Chile

If you dream of spending your vacation in one of the world’s most amazing places, head to Hotel La Montana. Located in a Chilean forest, this magical hotel is relaxing and atmospheric.

hotel la montana

13. Khor Virap in Armenia

Armenia, the first country to adopt Christianity, is famous for its old monastery, Khor Virap. It is located against the backdrop of Mount Arart, and it is well-known by tourists.

Khor Virap

14. Cathedral Cove in New Zealand

Located on the North Island of NZ, Cathedral Cove is a famous spot on the popular Coromandel Peninsula for your New Zealand Vacation.


15. Point Reyes National Seashore in California

For staggering natural beauty, you cannot go past rugged Point Reyes in Northern California.

Point Reyes

16. Etretat in Normandy, France

Normandy’s Etretat is a tourist and farming town, famed for its history, produce, and stunning cliffs.

france normandy etretat

17. Athabasca Falls in Canada

Athabasca Falls in Jasper National Park is only 23m high, but the powerful waters and alpine landscape make this a memorable picnic spot.


18. Capilla de Marmol in Chile

Located on the shores of Lake General Carrera in Chile, this calcium carbonate cave resembles a marble cathedral.


19. Old Flam Station in Norway

The Flam line is a 20.2 km long train track running between Myrdal and Flåm in Aurland, Norway. Picture postcard views and a charming train station make this Norway’s third most popular tourist attraction.


20. Fingal’s cave in Scotland

Fingal’s cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa is known for its natural acoustics. The site has provided inspiration for many famous people from Jules Verne to Pink Floyd.