37 Travel Things to Do Before You Die - Library of Explore
In this article, we have written about the places you can visit around the world to inspire you. We have divided these places into 3 parts. Natural Places to See, Ancient Cities, Cities to Visit.
We hope this article will be an inspiration for travel lovers! Not all places are open at the moment, check before making a trip. Maybe you want to add a place you read here to your travel list. Here are 37 Travel Things to Do Before You Die.
- Natural Places You Must See Around The World -
Banff National Park - Canada
Canada has many natural wonders, Banff National Park in the province of Alberta is one of them! This natural wonder place will fill you with peace and you will want to take photos to immortalize the magnificent view. A very special place for hiking and taking pictures. It also owns a museum called the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.
Pamukkale - Turkey
Pamukkale is a place formed by thermal waters covered by a series of earthquakes 400 thousand years ago. This place is famous for its white travertines, healing thermal waters, fascinating Cleopatra Pool, Hierapolis Ancient City, and magnificent ancient theatre.
It is said that its healing water is good for digestion, respiratory, circulatory, and skin diseases.
It also has a mythological story: Shepherd Endymion met his love Selene right here. She forgot to milk her cows while she was passing through with the happiness of being together. The milk filtered from the udders of the cows formed Pamukkale.
Bora Bora - Island in French Polynesia
Bora Bora is the most famous island in the world. This island is part of the island communities known as French Polynesia. The region contains luxury accommodation facilities with extremely rich facilities. It is also shown as one of the best honeymoon routes in the world.
Fun fact: It takes its name from the Tahitian original name 'Pora Pora' meaning 'first birth'.
Torres del Paine National Park - Chile
You can experience camping in this amazing park! You don't need much of a guide here, except for a few places. The majority of visitors come to the park to do the W trek, which lasts 4-5 days. Apart from walking in the park, ice climbing on the Gray Glacier and canoeing among the icebergs on Gray Lake can be done.
Blue Lagoon - Iceland
It is approximately 40 km from the capital Reykjavik. It is not possible to see the inside of the water because the lime rate is very high. You can swim here even in Iceland's freezing cold, as the temperature of the water is always between 39-40 degrees. Also, the water is believed to be healing, and something like mud is dispersed in the facility and applied to the face.
El Yunque National Forest - Puerto Rico
El Yunque National Forest has no major wildlife species but is home to 150 species of ferns and 240 tree species. It contains rare wildlife, including the Puerto Rican Parrot, one of the ten most endangered bird species in the world. The forest takes its name from an Indian spirit, Yuquiyu (or "Yokahu"), meaning "Cloud Forest".
Antelope Canyon - Arizona
Antelope Canyon is a place that many of you have seen and perhaps visited. You can see the beauty of this place in the photos, but if you go, it is definitely a place worth it. Make sure to book online before you go and make sure your reservation is between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Otherwise, sunlight will not enter through the rocks because the angle of the sun changes. You should definitely add this place to your list of Places to See Before You Die!