Here are 28 places around the globe you must see if you're a nature lover.
1. Goðafoss, Iceland
Goðafoss (Waterfall of the Gods) is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland. It is located in the Mývatn district of North-Central Iceland at the beginning of the Sprengisandur highland road.
2. Angel Falls, Venezuela
Angel Falls is the world's highest waterfall at monstrous height of 3,212 ft, with a clear drop of 2,647. It is located in the Canaima National Park of Venezuela.
3. Cliffs Of Moher, Ireland
No visit to Ireland, especially the wonderful Wild West, would be complete without heading to the Cliffs of Moher, one of nature’s true beauties. And the Wild Atlantic Way takes you right to the 8km stretch of some of the most rugged coastline on the planet.
4. Fernando De Noronha, Brazil
The paradisiac island of Fernando de Noronha, its crystalline water, rich marine life and spectacular tropical landscapes, this archipelago is one of the most stunning places in Brazil.
5. Iguazu National Park, Argentina
Iguazu Falls are among the most monumental Waterfalls in the world, made up of 275 waterfalls that span nearly 2 miles, Iguazu is situated at the border of Brazil and Argentina.
6. Halong Bay, Vietnam
Halong bay is home to more than sixteen hundred islands. The rich vegetation that covers the rocks acts as both a shelter and a home for a great variety of wildlife including forty species of bird and eight varieties of reptile.
7. Na Pali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii
The Napali coast of Kauai, is a breathtaking destination that will take your breath away, with endless nature, impressive landmarks and jurassic-like beaches.
8. Burney Falls, California
Even in California's severe drought, this majestic waterfall is powerful as ever! Definitely a gorgeous hidden gem.
9. Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon in the American Southwest. Located on Navajo land in Page, Arizona. It includes two separate, photogenic slot canyon areas, referred to individually as Upper Antelope Canyon or The Crack; and Lower Antelope Canyon or The Corkscrew.
10. Proxy Falls, Oregon
Proxy Falls are located just off the Mckenzie Pass, its a real easy hike in! And a very beautiful place to see. One of the many stunning waterfalls to discover in the Pacific Northwest.
11. Pamukkale, Turkey
Pamukkale, or commonly known as "cotton castle" in Turkish, is an unreal little village that has some of the most spectacular turquoise colored hot springs you will ever lay eyes on.
12. Ice Caves, Vatnajokull
The cave's ice dates back centuries, and its weight has pressed out all remaining oxygen resulting in the formation's texture and colors, which are both brilliant and otherworldly.
13. Tianzi Mountains, China
These Mountains were Named after a farmer who called himself “Tianzi” means “Son of Heaven”. These groups of mountains cover an area of 5,400 hectares and the main peak rises 1,212.5 meters
14. Redwood National Forest, California
Home to the tallest trees on earth, dense and ancient. This national park is one of the last preserved areas of California, with a natural vibe that will stay for life. Perfect getaway from the city.
15. Yellowstone, Montana
Yellowstone, a superb Rocky Mountain scenery, the park is one of the world’s principal wildlife preserves. It’s also the site of America’s greatest concentration of geysers and hot springs.
16. Machu Picchu, Peru
Century-old ruins In the midst of a tropical mountain forest on the eastern slopes of the Peruvian Andes.
17. Victoria Falls, Zambia
More than five hundred million litres of water shoot over edge of the waterfall every minute. The dimensions of Victoria Falls beats all records. At an average height of ninety seven metres, the Victoria Falls are around one and a half times as long and also twice as high as the world famous Niagara Falls Photos:Marina Nardini
18. Multnomah falls, Oregon
Multnomah Falls a waterfall on the Oregon side of the Columbia gorge is a must see if you're chasing waterfalls, a 45-foot bridge was just replaced that allow as visitors to cross and view the lower cascade of this impressive waterfall.
19. Glacier National Park, Montana
Glacier National Park, Montana with 700 miles of trails, pristine forests, alpine meadows, spectacular lakes, and historic chalets, is the base of the greatest landscape views in the United States.
20. Playa De Las Catedrales, Spain
Playa de las Catedrales is a hidden treasure in Galicia, but not for much longer, as it gets more and more tourists each year. It has massive caves and natural bridges that resemble the naves and buttresses of cathedrals, hence, the name Cathedral Beach.
21. Li River, China
Li River, one of China's most famous scenic areas, was listed as one of the world's top ten watery wonders.
22. Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
Plitvice Lakes National Park is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful natural sights in Europe. Due to its natural beauty and significance, this system of 16 interlinked lakes and a large forest complex.
23. Mount Roraima, Guyana
Mount Roraima is one the most mysterious and alluring mountains in the world. An enormous flat-topped mesa, its sheer cliffs rise from one of the most remote areas of the Amazon rain forest.
24. Moraine Lake, Canada
A Canadian favorite and tourist attraction, which isn't a surprise because of the view this lie has! The colors and landscape can not be beat.
25. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
A magical, spiritual, wondrous, strange and beautiful place. The Park comprises a land of great contrasts and contradictions ranging from dry as dust desert to teeming tropical jungle; from frigid sub-arctic wasteland to steaming black sand beaches and rivers of flowing lava.
26. Big Sur, California
A 71 mile drive on "Big Sur," or "Big South." Big Sur is a southern stretch of the Pacific Coast Highway in Central California, known for its world-famous views.
27. Mount Fuji, Japan
Standing at 3776 meters, Mt, Fuji is Japan’s highest mountain. It is not surprising that the nearly perfectly shaped volcano has been worshiped as a sacred mountain and experienced big popularity among artists and common people throughout the centuries.
28. Havasu Falls, Arizona
A true destination for the bucket-list, a must-see wonder of the world! Havasu Falls is the most striking of the several falls fed by the Havasu Creek. It’s named for its attractive bright blue-green water.