13 Most Beautiful Places In The World To Visit In 2021

Mar 27, 2021

When it comes to the world, the place is one of the most beautiful arena’s. The most amazing places in the world allow you to set out your foot in the world to enjoy the view of the world.

There is a list of the most beautiful places in the world to visit. You should make sure that you visit these places once in your lifetime. Ranging from Eastern to Western part of the world, you can go around visiting and enjoying all the parts.

Most of the people choose to experience the mountain ranges, thundering waterfalls, ancient towns which are no less than a dream. All these destinations for a long time have been attracting the people towards it.

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1. Maroon Bells

Maroon bells

This hidden treasure is about 10 miles away from Aspen, Colorado. It is one of the best places to visit around the world.

The Maroon Bells are two peaks (Maroon Peak & North Marron Peak) of the height of 14,000 feetThe Elk mountains surround the place and put up a reflection of the famous crystal clear Maroon lake.

It is a great glacial valley around the place. These places are one of the best around the Rocky Mountains. If you’re looking for one of the most beautiful places and capture it then Maroon Bells is just the right place.

No matter which season you visit this place, you can enjoy the view. The reflection of the peaks on the mirror is something to look forward to.

During the summers, the place is one efficient area to witness the wildflowers. During the fall, the flowers were no less than dazzled up like the Aspen trees. You may also get to witness the snow and ice during this period.

You can get the best view from a height. However, you need to access the place via a motorbike.

2. Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

Not to forget, Grand Canyon is yet another beauty in the world. These rock formations which are 1 mile deep are immensely huge and on the Colorado River.

It has been forming since the past 5000 years and the size of the Canyon will take you by surprise.

There is a whole range of layers of rock that have formed for a long time. Moreover, the other fact about the rocks situated on the bottom is that the rocks are about 1.8 billion years old.

Most of the people tend to spend their time visiting the northern as well as the southern rim.

The most popular viewpoints of the area include Mather Point, Mary Colter Lookout Studio, and Yavapai Observation Station.

3. Oia, Santorini, Greece

Oia Santorini

When it comes to the most amazing places of the world to visit, one cannot miss out on Oia, Santorini, Greece.

This ancient city is located on the top of a hill and offers a great view of the Palea volcano, Nea Kameni, and the island of Thirassia.

However, if you’re looking forward to witnessing one of the most popular places then Santorini would undoubtedly be the best.

The small colorful village with traditional stones, you can enjoy the view of the area about 11 km away from Fira. You can watch the spectacular view of the sunset on a sand beach.

4. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni

This high point of Andes in Southwest Bolivia is one of the best places to look up to. This largest salt flat in the world covers about 4086 square miles.

This lake dried up years back and left behind a vast desert across a stretch of 11,000 square kilometers.

If you want to witness the real beauty of the place make sure to reach up to the central Incahuasi Island. It is also known as the biggest natural mirror in the world.

The area does not have much of a population. But the extensive species of birds present here is ensure to take you by surprise.

The salt crust of the place is about 7 and 56 feet deep. The salt of the area is rich in lithium.

5. Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

If visiting National Parks is on your bucket list then make sure to put Yellowstone National Park on the top.

It is not only one of the oldest but extremely huge too. It is a 3,500-sq.-mile wilderness recreation area top a volcanic hotspot.

The national park is one huge place with extremely diverse natural features. You can witness it all here from snow-covered mountain ranges to steep trailed and from ancient hot springs and geysers to the deep canyons.

The park is home to various animals such as Bisons, wolves, antelopes, elks, and more.

6. Blue Lagoon, Iceland

 

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon is an absolutely awe-inspiring place to look up to. It is located in southwestern Iceland. This geothermal spa is situated in Iceland between Reykjavik and Keflavik.

Iceland has known worldwide because of its weird landscapes, but this treat of milky white water is something to look at.

This amazing feature is totally human-made. Water is drawn from the Svartsengi, a geothermal power plant nearby.

7. Great Barrier Reef, Australia

 

Great barrier reef

We have read about the Great Barrier Reef in our Geography textbooks and learned how great a structure it is. The beauty of it lies in knowing how immense it is; one must look above from the space.

This structure is located on the north-eastern coast of Australia. It is the home to several coral clays, coral reefs, and hundreds of islands comprising sandy beaches.

“It is the largest living thing on earth and even visible from outer space.”

If you ever visit the Great Barrier Reef, you can go about glass-enclosed boating, sailing, and so many fun activities.

8. Krabi, Thailand

 

Krabi Thailand

This island is a complete dream for the people located on the Andaman Coast of Southern Thailand.

This place is extensively rich in tourism, with limestone karsts all over it. Moreover, it is home to several sandy beaches and mangrove forests.

You can prefer visiting the major tourist attractions of the place. Tiger Cave Temple, a Buddhist temple, is one of the best places here for you to visit. You can climb on the hilltop to enjoy the magnificent views of the surroundings.

The place witnesses the rising water of the Khao Kanab Nam. However, the place is noisy and populated but is definitely one ideal area for a weekend getaway.

You can visit the Andaman Sea Islands and national parks via ferries and boats.

9. Taj Mahal, India

 

Taj Mahal India

Taj Mahal in India is one of the finest examples of Mughal Architecture.

This monument of white marble was built back in the 1600s during the Mughal rule in India by the famous Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, to house the tomb of his favorite wife, Mumtaz.

The monument is believed to be a sign of love for the emperor who built it for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

A few years back, the place was given the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Apart from it, the Taj Mahal is also a part of the seven wonders of the world.

The monument took about 21 years to be built. The best time to visit the place is during the winters due to the pleasant weather conditions.

Although you can enjoy your visit all around the year, it gets too hot during the summers.

10. Milford Sound, New Zealand

 

Milford Sound, New Zealand

Milford Sound of South Island in New Zealand is a fiord having rainforest and waterfalls such as that of Stirling and Bowen Falls. It is known for towering Mitre Peak, rainforests, and waterfalls. It is home to various fur seals, dolphins, and even penguins.

There is a wide range of Milford Discovery Centre and Underwater Observatory that can help you view the wide black corals and the extensive marine life.

You can set out on boat tours to enjoy the view of the place. Harrison Cove should be on your must-visit place when you make your way to Milford Sound.

11. Lake Louise, Canada

 

Lake Louise Canada

Not many may know, but the hidden treasure of Lake Louise in the Banff National Park of Canada is the turquoise, glacier-fed lake.

You can go hiking up to the Lake Agnes Tea House to get a clear view of the surrounding area. The best time to visit the place is during the summers or winters if you want to go ice skating on a frozen lake.

Situated at the height of 1600 Meters, the place houses the Lake Louise Ski Resort.

12. Sossusvlei, Namibia

 

Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei in the Namibia region of the Namib Desert is the home to a collection of sand dunes. These sand dunes are not only massive but tall as well. As per the reports, these are the tallest sand dunes in the world. These are a complete combination of red, orange, and rust colors.

You can go on a trip on the hot air balloon over the area and enjoy the view of the tree trunks and pure blue skies of the desert.

13. Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

Plitvice lakes

Plitvice Lakes of Croatia is a massive and beautiful place to witness the moving waters. The whole area is covered by a range of ancient forests, and about 16 lakes are connected to each other via waterfalls.

You can explore the man-made as well as natural bridges in the region. Plitvice Lakes cover an area of 300 square kilometers and is the house to an extensive range of wildlife creatures such as wolves, boar, and wolves.

Now that you’ve got a list of places to visit, you shouldn’t be waiting for any more reasons.

“It is time that you pack up your bags and set out on the journey to fill up your wanderlust soul.”

If your budget is tight, you may check our article on ‘11 Cheapest Places to Travel in the World in 2021‘.

Sachin Suryawanshi

Sachin Suryawanshi

Digital Marketing Consultant

Sachin Suryawanshi is Digital Marketing Consultant at Claim Flights. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology. He loves to explore new places and learn new things.

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