Top 35 Truly Fantastic Places On Earth To Visit Before You D.i.e

Magical places and incredible beautiful nature exist not only in fairy tales but in the real life too. Sometimes you have to see them with your own eyes to appreciate their beauty. To visit all beautiful places in the world can be very difficult, so creating a wishlist of all beautiful places to visit can be a better idea.

One Million Ideas collected some of the most wonderful places that you can find in different place of our planet. Let’s discover top 35 places to visit before you die and start creating your bucket list right now!

35. Dark Hedges, UK

34. The Tasman National Park, Australia

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Shimmering beams of golden, afternoon light silhouette the Totem Pole at Cape Hauy in this stunning shot by @arnycain. The Totem Pole is just one of the many breathtaking geological features that can be found along the towering sea cliffs of the Tasman Peninsula. Located within the Tasman National Park, about 90 minutes' drive East of @hobartandbeyond, this amazing sea stack measures in at 65 metres, making it a tempting attraction for photographers and climbers alike! Most visitors choose to get up close and take in the views from an eco-cruise. Alternatively, you can walk out to Cape Hauy, which now forms what has been touted as @Australia's premier coastal walk: the Three Capes Track. Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Arnhem.

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33. Devil’s Bridge in Gablenz, Germany

32. Albarracin, Spain

31. Canyon Fjaðrárgljúfur, Iceland

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Through the valley…

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30. Gansu Province, China

29. Naica Mine, Mexico

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Шахта Найка, Мексика / Naica Mine, Mexico На глубине 300 метров под мексиканским городом Найка расположена уникальная пещера. В ней находится множество гигантских кристаллов селенита, что создает поистине сказочную картину. Самый крупный из них имеет массу 55 тонн и высоту 11 метров. The spectacular Giant Crystal Cave is connected to the Naica Mine, located in Chihuahua, Mexico. It goes around 300 meters bellow the surface. The main chamber contains the largest selenite crystals ever found, some of them reaching 11 meters in length, 4 meters in diameter and about 55 tons in weight. #allworld4u

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28. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil

27. Mount Roraima, Venezuela

26. Moraine Lake, Canada

25. Antelope Canyon, US

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Tag 5: Antelope Canyon & Monument Valley Nachdem wir es vormittags mal ein wenig ruhiger angehen ließen hatten wir zur Mittagszeit unsere Tour im Lower Antelope Canyon anstehen. Die einstündige Tour durch den schmalen, durch Wasser geformten Spalt war einfach traumhaft. Der Canyon ist eigentlich ein Flusslauf der in den nahe gelegenen Lake Powell mündet, welcher durch die Trockenheit aber fast nie Wasser führt. Nur zwei bis drei mal im Jahr kommt es zu Regenschauer die als Sturzflut den Canyon hinab stürzen. Anschließend fuhren wir weiter zum Monument Valley an der Grenze zwischen Arizona und Utha. Diese riesigen Felsblocke verbindet wahrscheinlich jeder mit der USA und dem wilden Westen. Leider gab es hier in der Gegend keinen Wal Mart Parkplatz so mussten wir im Indianer Dorf Kayenta auf einen merkwürdigen Supermarkt Parkplatz bleiben. Dort kamen ständig betrunkene Typen vorbei und bettelten um Geld und klopften sogar in der Nacht an unserem Wohnmobil, ziemlich gruselig wenn mal den einen oder anderen Amerikanischen Horrorfilm kennt. Heute geht's dann weiter zum Grand Canyon 🙂 D.C. #antelopecanyon #beautifuldestinations #passionpassport #toptags #allaroundtheworld #mytravel #travelpic #globetrotter #travelguru #placestovisit #travelinspiration #travelphotoblog #travelpics #world_shotz #dreamspots #exquisiteearth #ig_exquisite #allbeauty_addiction #traveltheworld #travelawesome #travellife #exploretocreate #wonderful_places #discoverglobe #worldplaces #sightseeing #travelphotography #travelvibes #travelstyle #exploring

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24. A lake located in Patagonia, Argentina

23. The Meteora, Greece

22. Lake Sørvágsvatn, the Faroe Islands

21. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China

20. Hitachi National Park, Japan

19. Petra, Jordan

18. Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver

17. Eilean Donan Castle, UK

16. The Château de Marqueyssac, France

15. Vatnajokull Glacier Cave, Iceland

14. Cappadocia, Turkey

13. Rice terraces, Vietnam

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Photo by @cumacevikphoto In the live broadcast I made today, there were people whom asking "Why Vietnam?" There was no idea other than what I saw in American war movies about Vietnam. It was a country that seemed very mysterious to me. A few years ago I saw photos of rice terraces in Vietnam in a photo sharing site. Since that day, I have done more research about this country and to go there. After I have done a tight plan, I finally came and saw it. I can call it a very strange and beautiful country. I took this picture on the terraces on the upper side of Mu Cang Chai, during the sunrise. I think this is the most beautiful place in Vietnam among all the places I've seen so far. Photo by @cumacevikphoto #MuCangChai #Vietnam

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12. The Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina

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GLACIAR PERITO MORENO ✓ Deslumbrante glaciar en el Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, en Santa Cruz. ✓Sobre el Canal de los Témpanos navegan pedezos que van cayendo del glaciar simulando el sonido de un trueno. ✓ A 65 km de Calafate. ✓El glaciar presencia un increíble fenómeno. Surge la masa de hielo y avanza acumulándose los bloques de hielo. Al avanzar, tapa el Brazo Rico y crece el nivel del Lago Argentino. Se produce tanta presión por el agua que se producen filtraciones y fracturas, rompiéndose así cada 4 años. #travel #wanderlust #serendipity #viajar #travelblog #viaje #journey #trip #blogdeviaje #mundo #world #santacruz #santacruzserendipity #argentina #argentinaserendipity #patagoniaargentina #patagonia #patagoniaargentinaserendipity #surargentino #surargentinoserendipity #calafate #calafateserendipity #glaciarperitomoreno #glaciarperitomorenoserendipity #santacruz #santacruzserendipity Fotos: @textbooktravel , @cascadaexpediciones , @cristianeolivera en pinterest #patagoniaserendipity

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11. Prague, Czech Republic

10. The Lofoten Islands, Norway

9. Chefchaouen, Morocco

8. Grand Canyon, US

7. Underwater city in Shicheng, China

6. Ellora Caves, India

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Kailasa Temple, Ellora Caves, India. What a Magnificent Single Hill Rock Cut Mega Structure is this! It is chiselled Top-down & Outside-in, during 756 AD. How could they have possibly built it!! They have done it using only hammers & chisels! It is said that it must have been built by Aliens. Because even with today's technology, one has estimated that it takes centuries to build with all huge machinery. A must visit for all. Nearest Airport, Aurangabad India & Pune India. There are several such caves structures, Grishneshwar Jyothirling Shiv Temple & Ajanta Caves (Ancient Cave Paintings dating 200 BC). #travel #passportfullofmemories #beautiful #hillstructure #ancientaliens #ancientcity #caves #elloracaves #kailasatemple #aurangabad #wonderoftheworld #india #monolithicstonestructure #ajantacaves #cavepaintings #shivtemple #ajantacaves #ancientpaintings #cavepaintings #caves

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5. Mont Saint-Michel, France

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4. Haiku Stairs, Hawaii

3. Magical hotel in Switzerland

2. Huacachina Oasis, Peru

1. Pink Lake Hillier, Australia

Which of these places would you like to visit? Our world is full of indescribable beauty and places you must visit before you die. Our time on Earth is numbered and so are our opportunities for world travel. So why don’t we try to take a trip and see them with our own eyes? It must be a wonderful experience!