Beauty is a subjective concept. The choice differs from one person to the other. Also, beauty is something that ages over time. So the list keeps changing when one replaces the other. When the world is filled with a lot of beautiful places, it is difficult to place our fingers on one name and call it the most beautiful place. Thereby let’s list the top 5 beautiful places in the world so that all of us can find something of our choice on the list. The places are in no particular order, they are all equally beautiful and a treat to the eyes. So here goes the list:
- Maroon Bells, USA
- Oia, Santorini, Greece
- Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
- Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
- Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Let’s know more about these places
For all the mountain lovers, Maroon Bells situated in the USA is so mystically beautiful.
It is located about 10 miles from Colorado which has peaks that are 14000 feet tall, reflecting in the crystal clear Maroon Lake. By far, Maroon lake is the most photographed scenes in the country and is considered as the crown of the Rocky mountains.
Oia, Santorini, Greece:
A bird’s eye view of this place will make you believe that it is nothing more than a Disney Castle, where Rapunzel had a secret visitor and where Aladin flew around on the magic mat. After a little probe, I had to believe that this place is for real. It is located on the top of the cliff with a spectacular view of the Palea Volcano. Oia, a pack of villages is Greek island Santorini is arguably the most beautiful residential location.
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia:
16 beautiful lakes, take are interlinked with falls and bridges that are both natural and man-made, spread over 300 square kilometers with bears, wolves, and birds. The waterfalls here vary with height, intensity, and Altitude and fill the air with water droplets, giving a feeling of constant drizzling. The lake is such a treat to the eyes, any given day in a year.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia:
An 11000 square kilometer of bright-white salt and rock formations. The legend of the land is that there was a prehistoric lake that went dry leaving a desert-like expanse of white salt flooring. This particular eco-system is extremely unique. It can hardly support life system, however, it harbors pink flamingos. Situated in Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, it is the largest salt flat
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe:
This waterfall is not just a pleasure to the eyes but also to the ears. The thudding sound when the water gushes and touches the ground can be heard at a distance of 40 km. The waterfall is so enormous that the visitors can feel the touch of water droplets even 50 km away from the actual spot when it rises 400 meters away in the air.
The beauty of these places just does not lie in what you see but also in what you feel. People should visit these places, at least one of them to understand the magnificence of nature and get intimidated by it.