Do you have a bucket list or at least a travel list of awesome places and things you need to see before you are out? Fire, water, and ice have come together to make some of the most amazing scenery in the world. The world is such a fascinating place that you need to see by traveling, be it by planes, railway, Fredericksburg VIP Limo, buses or whichever your preferred mode of accessing these locations. In your office and daily commute, you do not have a reminder of the extra ordinary natural diversity of the planet earth. All that’s required is to get inspired from these amazing scenes and tour the world.
Before your bucket list gets full, here are some natural wonders of the world you need to see in your next couple of holidays.
The Great Barrier Reef
One of Australia’s most spectacular natural gifts is the Great Barrier Reef. It is the largest coral reef the world has seen, blessed with breathtaking beauty. The reef comprises of an abundance of marine life, with more than 3000 individual reef systems and coral cays of tropical islands. Due to its natural beauty, the reef is one of the most sought after tourist destinations. Any person visiting the reef enjoys many experiences not limited to scuba diving, snorkeling, speed boats, semi submersibles, swimming with dolphins, whale watching and lots of educational tours.
The world gives you yet another chance to witness the spectacular aurora borealis – unbelievable colors moving across the Arctic Sky. Norway is the ultimate destination that offers visitors an opportunity to see these lights, than any other destination in the world. However, these lights can be visible in other destinations outside Norway. To explain the concept behind aurora borealis, basically, they are lights that come at night when the sky is dark. They form a celestial ballet of lights dancing across the evening sky, with pink, green and violet color.
Desert Sand Dunes, Southern Africa
The southern states of Africa have been very successful in conserving its diverse wildlife as well as offering visitors with privacy and isolation in its great camps. Dunes offer guests something spectacular. These dunes provide the ultimate ride on sand, similar to snowboarding. When you visit the south of Africa, there are instructors to teach beginners the basics on the gentle slope, with steeper descent for improvements.
Rarely do volcanologists get a chance to watch the birth, growth, and death of a volcano. However, Paricutin provided such an opportunity. This cinder cone volcano located in the state of Michoacan in Mexico is close to the lava colored village of Paricutin. The volcano erupted in 1943 and continued to erupt up to 1952. During this period, it destroyed the villages of San Juan and Paricutin. Unlike many volcanoes, Paricutin did not exist until the fateful day. Weeks before its eruption, inhabitants of the village had been experiencing tremors and deep rumbling from the earth. What makes the volcano unique is that it’s one of the very few volcanoes people have gotten a chance to witness their formation.