Top 9 World's Most Beautiful Places

What is the most beautiful place in the world? Assembling the most beautiful places in the world is naturally a subjective and impossible task, but we like to think that this list at least spoils the face of some of the unique beauty that the world has to offer. Our list, which focuses on most national parks, mountains, beaches, deserts and other natural wonders, will surely inspire you to another dream destination. Join us on a journey to some of the most beautiful places in the world, from the ruined temples on the slopes of the Andes through the mountains with glittering colored layers to the beautiful coral reef.

Bagan, Myanmar

white and brown concrete building

It is difficult to really understand the size of the Bagan Archaeological Zone, which is ruled by thousands of temples, pagodas and stupas. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site on a bike (or e-bike to cover even more ground). For an eagle's-eye view, take a hot-air balloon ride at sunrise to see the temples scattered across the lush landscape. 

Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve, Costa Rica

gray wooden bridge in forest during daytime

This magical, misty, and devotedly well-preserved cloud forest in northwestern Costa Rica is the ultimate template for sustainable ecotourism. Along with its sister cloud forest, Santa Elena Reserve, Monteverde is the practically untouched paradise home to thousands of plant, animal, and bird species (including the radiant quetzal), visible from jungle paths and nail-biting steel bridges hanging over the canopy. 

Grand Canyon, Arizona

Grand Canyon during daytime

Offering some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet, the Grand Canyon truly merits the term "breathtaking." The vast geologic wonderland, one mile deep and up to 18 miles across, displays countless layers of colorful rock and practically hypnotic vistas. Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, occupies the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia. "Smoke thunders", as locals know, and the surrounding area are hubs for white water rafting, helicopter rides, big game safaris and other high-octane adventures. .

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

floating restaurant near islands

With hundreds of wooded karsts growing out of emerald green waters, Ha Long Bay is a photographer's dream. Take a boat or kayak trip and explore the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Islands and surreal cave systems.

Le Morne Brabant, Mauritius

A free-standing mountain floating in the blue-green lagoon of the Indian Ocean creates an absolutely amazing view. Due to its isolation and almost inaccessibility, Le Morne hid the dependent people of the 18th and early 19th centuries.

Okavango Delta, Botswana

yellow lotus flower on water

The mighty Okavango, the largest land delta in the world, is an extensive network of winding waterways, salt islands and lagoons that attract wildlife. Hiking on reed trails in the mokoro (traditional canoe) and watching hippos, leopards and elephants is one of the best travel experiences in the world for nature lovers.

Railay West, Thailand

boats docked on seashore during daytime

In the western part of the Railay Peninsula you will meet the famous karst of Krabi in a beautiful jade green lagoon. The vertical cliffs block the mainland route to Krabi, making Railay accessible only by boat and contributing to its unique appeal. 

Cat Island, Bahamas

 shoreline and body of water during daytime

Cat Island is a secret nirvana that hides simple views of the Bahamas. Cat Island, uniquely developed and off the main radar of hiking trails, attracts miles of nature trails and exotic pink sandy beaches that flow under the Caribbean sun.

Glencoe, Scotland

waterfalls and rocks

The Scottish Highlands are full of exotic scenic beauty, but Glencoe is perhaps the most famous - and not so good - of the brutal massacre in the 17th century. Today, the valley is a haven for hikers and climbers, whiskey lovers (19th-century Ben Nevis distillery is just a short drive away) and Harry Potter fans (the time is right and take the train that crosses the nearby Glenfinnan Viaduct) in four of the movies).

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