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25 Places You Should Visit In 2017

  • 1.The Zhangye Danxia Landscape, China

    These multicoloured mountains are China’s secret wonder. Known as “ eye candy of Zhangye’’. Many artists admire this unbelievably colourful masterpiece as an original oil painting. Zhangye Danxia Landscape has many steep red cliffs, most of which are over a hundred meters high, and colourful ridges of weathered strata, sometimes expanding to the horizons.

  • 2.Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

    Dating back to more than 2,560 BC, The Great Pyramid of Giza stands as the tallest structure made by man. As the only one of the only one of the Seven Wonders of the World that is still intact, The

  • 3.Great Wall of China

    This impressive man-made structure in China extends thousands of miles long. Not only does this outstanding wall, leaves visitors jaws dropping to the though of it actually being made by man, but is also perched on a mountain ridge that delivers stunning views of China’s landscape. Visitors will encourage you to go along for the 8,850 km walk to really see the beauty of China’s Great Wall.

  • 4.The Grand Canyon Arizona, USA

    It's hardly ever worth giving an introduction or giving reasons to visit the magnificent gorges since it has become a large part of modern culture. Carved by the Colorado River over thousands of years, the Grand Canyon is more than worth the visit. The massive rock walls span over 200 miles.

  • 5.Antelope Canyon, Arizona USA

    The Antelope Canyon in Arizona is a dramatic series of crevices you wouldn’t believe wasn't a photography trick until you witness the sight for yourself. The way the crevices were carved out by water millions of years ago — paired with the way in which the sunlight comes into contact with the walls — makes the canyon appear in various colours, creating a spectacular display.

  • 6.The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

    The Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia is the largest collection of coral reefs in the world, extending over 1,4000 miles. It is so massive that it is identifiable from space, and is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World

  • 7.Stonehenge, Amesbury, England

    A lot of mystery surrounds the Stonehenge and contradicting those who believe it to be a pile of 25-ton boulders in Amesbury, England; it's a beautiful sight. Book a guided excursion to visit the centre, preferably at sunset, and enjoy the breathtaking glow of the setting sun between Stonehenge’s pillars.

  • 8.Reed Flute Caves, China

    As one of the most popular attractions in China over the past 1,200 years, Reed Flute Caves is worth seeing. This stalactite, stalagmite, and pillar create a stunning formation of multicoloured lights in the 240-meter long cave.

  • 9.The Great Blue Hole, Belize

    Just off the coast of Belize, lies an outstanding submarine sinkhole called The Great Blue Hole, where the dark-blue water goes as far as 407 feet in ghostly depths. It's over 980 feet wide and can easily be spotted from above. Scuba-daredevils will encourage you to explore the Blue Hole.

  • 10.Yellowstone National Park, USA

    The Yellowstone National Park, USA stretches over three states and has a variety of sight you cannot miss out on. This group of geysers and hot springs will truly mesmerise you. Some of the posted visited areas in the park are the Old Faithful gesture and the Mammoth Hot Springs area.

  • 11.Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

    The Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia is one of the most stunning places on earth, with lakes of crystal clear water, lush green scenery and amazing waterfalls.

  • 12.Redwood National Park, California, USA

    The Redwood National and State Parks combined spans more than 133,000 acres across the North Coast of California. These seemingly never-ending parks are home to the tallest growing trees on earth, the redwood tree, which can grow to heights of 300 feet.

  • 13.Easter Island, Rapa Nui, Chile

    Like the Stonehenge, know one really knows the real story behind the 887 Easter Island “moai” statues. However, they offer visitors an extraordinary adventure. And, travellers can indulge in other Easter Island adventures, like scuba diving and hiking.

  • 14.Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

    This enormous salt flat — which is the largest in the world — stretches an incredible 4,086 square miles. Created by numerous ancient lakes, this salt flat becomes so luminous in the rainy season that it’s used to adjust satellites. It’s the effectively the largest mirror in the world and is a breathtaking sight.

  • 15.Victoria Falls, Livingstone, Zambia

    Are you ready to be wowed? You'll most likely be when you visit Victoria Falls. This waterfall measures 354 feet in height and a mile across. That — accompanied by the fact that 260,000 gallons of water flow over the edge per second — Making Victoria Falls in Livingstone, Zambia the largest singular waterfalls in the world.

  • 16.Tianzi Mountains, China

    Used in the movie, Avatar, as the inspiration for the floating mountains, these mountains rock formations are more breathtaking than one can imagine. The area stretches 16,550 acres, and the tallest of the peaks rises about 4,140 feet above sea level.

  • 17.Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil

    This area features the purest of white sands intertwined with streams of crystal clear blue waters, creating the kind of scenic beauties you’d wish for —but rarely see — on a beach.

  • 18.Glacier National Park, Montana, USA

    The Glacier National Park has some of the most picturesque sights in the US. It's filled with beautiful mountains, clear lakes and green alpines forests. There are more than 700 miles of trails, making it a paradise for hikers.

  • 16.Machu Picchu, Peru

    Machu Picchu is a historical Inca site that is hundreds of years old and is perched atop a mountain above Sacred Valley. The restored location offers a stunning look into ancient Inca and an even more remarkable view to the stunning scenery.

  • 20.Highlands, Iceland

    A sensational Northern Light Show is something that should be on everyone’s bucket list, and one of the best locations to see the show is in Iceland.

  • 21.Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

    The Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India is one of the most beautiful pieces of architecture the world have ever seen. This huge, white, marble-domed mausoleum which was built in the 1600s attracts a whopping three million-plus visitors annually.

  • 22.Bora Bora, French Polynesia

    Bora Bora is the epitome of an iconic tropical paradise. This Island in French Polynesia sits 143 miles north-west of Papeete, in the South Pacific, and feature stunning aqua-green waters, white sand beaches, lush greenery you’d like to find in tropics — only it is more fantastic in Bora Bora.

  • 23.Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

    Hitachi Seaside Park is an extensive park in Ibaraki that has a variety of greenery in addition to some iconic seasonal, multicoloured flowers. The flowers are usually at their peak in early spring. One of the iconic flowers includes the blue nemophila, which stretches over hills and mimic the colour of the sky.

  • 24.Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives

    If you haven't seen it yet, you should go and see it right away. People have been dropping their jaws to images of this incredible beach in Vaadhoo Island, Raa Atoll, Maldives. The mesmerizingly sparkling water looks like a mirror; that reflects the twinkling stars at night. However, the real charm is the phytoplankton — the marine microbes — that are bioluminescent and give off a blue glow. This area is not only beautiful but one of the most romantic places on earth.

  • 25.Bamboo Forest, Japan

    Kyoto is the poster child of iconic forests highlighting the most fantastic woodlands in the world. In this amazing Forest in Japan, lofty green stalks of the popularly versatile plant sway in the wind, screeching eerily as they twist and collide. The sun pierces the tightly packed grove, creating thin slashes of light onto numbers of camera clutching tourist shuffling down the trail.

The earth is filled with indescribable glamour, both natural and man-made, and it would be hard to say we can experience it all in a single lifetime. Most of us will probably not be able to see all that the world has to offer, but we have to start somewhere! Here are 25 destinations that should be on your bucket list for 2017 and beyond.