best places to visit before you die: Our bucket lists contain the places we’d like to see before we die. We live too short a life to complete everything on our to-do list in our lifetime.
The courage to quit one’s job and travel the world to fulfill one’s bucket list is not for everyone. This is a beautiful world full of life-changing experiences as well as breathtaking sights that are waiting to be discovered. The first part of this story covered some of these places. In this article, I’ll discuss what I consider to be the second most amazing place to travel to before I die.
Visit the driest place on earth: the Atacama Desert
Known as Rainbow Valley, this dry place is home to geysers, golden dunes, and striped cliffs of colorful strata. It occupies 41,000 square miles. The best time for viewing the Milky Way’s sparkling stars in the Atacama is from April through September. The Eclipse will be visible in the Atacama, so that is where you should be. They will surely take natural light show our planet can offer will surely blow you away.
Set afoot in Antarctica
Many adventurers wish to travel to Antarctica, but very few are ever able to make it there. This is an incredibly beautiful continent. I know I must pass the endurance test at least once in my lifetime, as it has always been my ultimate test. It was always a dream of mine to survive in the extreme cold, kayak, hike, and explore the most unexplored places on our planet. You would even think you were in another world. All that’s there is ice and rocks everywhere, and there are no trees or plants to be seen (and I was really surprised when I heard that some people chose it for their weddings).
Climb Mount Everest
This mountaintop has captured my imagination for hours, but I’m just attracted to mountains in general. Furthermore, being at the top of your game always makes you feel fulfilled. Mount Everest must be included on any list of the most amazing places to visit. At least one person has died each year trying to climb Mount Everest since 1969. I’m not crazy, but this gives me even more motivation to climb the mountain.
Walk the Great Wall of China
One of the most impressive feats of engineering in the history of architecture is the construction of 13,000 miles of walls. There are few places on Earth where you can experience a timeless feeling as the wall does. You will gain insight into the history of China and the reasons for this marvelous creation. China’s culture is very different from anywhere else in the world, and visiting the Great Wall is one of the most effective ways to understand the local culture and customs.
Hike in Kashmir
is the best way to learn about the mountains. Our stories are preserved, they are preserved and they are preserved. Many of them are buried in the Kashmir mountains. I actually crossed this place off the list, making it one of the few places on the list I actually visited. My life is enriched by this amazing place.
The wildlife of the Galapagos
Darwin’s theory of evolution was inspired by the Galapagos Islands. The Galapagos Islands are uninhabited and offer a rare chance to see endemic species you have probably never seen before. In other parts of the world, you can’t approach animals so close without endangering their territory. However, animals on this island are much more relaxed because the island is protected by UNESCO, and they don’t interact violently with people because of the increased number of tourists. There are also some amazing beaches on the Galapagos, and yes, there won’t be many tourists there. Planning a trip to the Galapagos anytime soon? You can make the most of your trip by taking most of what you want to stay within your budget.
Explore the largest cave in the world: Hang Son Doong
Doong, the world’s largest cave since 2009. There is a lot of unexplored territory in Hang Son Doong that can comfortably fit a Boeing 747. The British explorers struck a large 60-meter high calcite wall while exploring the cave in 2009. Later, the wall was named the Vietnamese Great Wall. An underground cave passage led to the discovery of what is now the world’s largest cave. As of now, one can only get close to the cave by paying for a tour that costs a whopping $6000 for a week.
Experience Angkor Wat’s sunset
About the world’s largest religious monument, not much needs to be said. One of the most incredible sights on this planet is the sunset at Angkor Wat, a masterpiece of Hindu architecture. I have dreamed of seeing the sunset over Angkor Wat ever since I learned about it in history books. I thought it was magical. The experience lived up to my expectations. Every person should witness the sun setting behind Angkor Wat at least once in their lifetime.
See the timeless pyramids
The greatest mystery of all time must be on every travel bucket list. Even today, we do not know how ancient people managed to construct these magnificent architectural creations with such limited tools. It’s enough to be in awe of the pyramids and fill your head with questions such as who built them, when, why, etc.