The word “Heaven” is probably the most overused tourist cliché. But what does this word that is used too often mean? For a tourist, a beautiful place is the purest form of heaven. But what one person finds attractive, another person may find dull.
Some people might think that a desert or an open plain is paradise, while others would be terrified by the lack of buildings and other structures. Some people find peace in the mountains and woods, while others feel stuck there. Dense urban centers, with their centuries of history and many different cultural traditions, are either the highest point of civilization or its downfall. Even though most people think of the ocean and its salty smell as the pinnacle of paradise, they are not without their critics.
Paradise is more of a state of mind than a place. It can be anything from a happy emotional experience to a mystical awakening to a happy accident of fate. Paradise is yours because it’s where you feel the most happiness.
So at least once before you die, you should go there. Here, I’ve got your back and made a list of the top 8 places on Earth you must see.
1. The Tanzanian Lake Natron
Lake Natron gets its name from the Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions. It naturally contains mainly sodium carbonate decahydrate and sodium bicarbonate. There are mineral hot springs and a river in the lake. But the water won’t flow out unless it evaporates. It’s something to see for sure. LiveScience says that the idea that the lake could turn animals into stone was later disproven.
2. The Benagil Sea Cave in Portugal’s Algarve Region
Portugal is not just the birthplace of Cristiano Ronaldo, the world’s fittest man, but also this incredible cave in the Algarve area. This is wonderful for couples looking to get away from it all and reconnect with nature. Because it is situated “just round the turn from a beach in the little town of Benagil,” the Benagil Sea Cave is a “share of a system of caverns that borders Portugal’s southern coast in the Algarve area,” as stated by LuxuryEscapes. When in Portugal, you must see the Benagil Sea Cave.
3. Meteora in Greece
Are we looking for a place to escape the noise and chaos of the city? You should also go to Greece and see the Meteora. Meteora is a UNESCO World Legacy Site, and its unique location has given it the nickname “suspended in the sky.” Much of the quiet in this area comes from the many monasteries built on top of rocks. Hence, people say that the Meteora is “a great example of the kind of monastery buildings that show a key moment in history.”
4. New Zealand’s Champagne Pool Is Amazing
New Zealand’s Champagne Pool is on the North Island. It is because “This hot spring gets its name from the constant flow of carbon dioxide gas, which is like a glass of bubbly champagne.” “A rich accumulation of minerals and silicate,” as the authors put it, gives the rocks their bright colors.
5. Iceland Has an Ice Cave
Extreme Iceland says that the ice caverns in Icelandic glaciers sometimes called “Crystal Caves,” are the most beautiful things in nature. These are beautiful places that are made of great photos. The Ice Caves in Iceland look like entrances to heaven.
6. Painted Dunes Are In California’s Lassen National Park
Skip Disney World and go to the Painted Dunes in Lassen Volcanic National Park. If there were a place on Earth that could be called “the happiest,” it would be here. Because the best place to see the Painted Dunes in California’s Lassen Volcanic
National Park is from the top of Cinder Cone. As you can see, the sight looks like an oil painting. Lava flows make the colors. So much beautiful nature. The world is God’s tapestry.”
7. The Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos Islands, almost entirely uninhabited, are like a glimpse of what the original Garden of Eden might have been like. Most people will only get to visit the Galapagos Islands once in their lives. A few unique species in this biosphere reserve and World Heritage Site are Galapagos tortoises, waved albatrosses, and Charles Darwin’s finches.
8. Faroe Islands’ Green Fields at Kalsoy
The Green Fields are one of nature’s best gifts to the island of Kalsoy in the Faroe Isles, a portion of the Kingdom of Denmark. In “The Wizard of Oz,” the green hills around Dorothy’s house remind you of the made-up Land of Oz. This place has everything we need to live here when we’re old.