10 Landscapes You Will Never Forget


Imagine you could take a week off, a month, or even a year. Where would you go? Traveling agents would probably have many ideas you already heard of and your friends keep on talking about the same places you have all been to together. So before you give up, just know that there are still many magical places that you did not even know existed. Here are 10 landscapes that you will never forget.

Milford Sound, New Zealand

This valley is located west of New Zealand, also known as Piopiotahi (in Maori), is one of the most impressive places on the planet.

Not vain, it is called the eighth wonder of the world.

Baobabs Avenue, Madagascar

30-meter trees follow a red dirt road, from which you can witness the majestic African landscape. “Baobab” means “Mother of the Jungle”, and the trees it names are 800 years old!

The Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

The Galapagos Islands are 972 km off the coast of Ecuador. To get there, you must take a flight from Guayaquil or Quito and go to the Baltra airport near Santa Cruz Island. The archipelago has thirteen islands, the largest of which is Isabela, located in the western part of the archipelago. From Puerto Villamil (in Isabela), you can take a boat to get to Las Tintoreras islet, where you will swim among sharks in a shallow water channel.

St. Basil's Cathedral, Russia

A Moscow icon built by Ivan the Terrible, commemorating his victory after the Kazan Khanate conquest. According to some, Ivan blinded the architect to avoid another beautiful building to compete with his (this is not true, though).

The Tatra Mountains, Poland

The Tatra Mountains or Tatras are on the border of Poland and Slovakia, but the largest lake area is on the Polish side. As such, it is possible to enter this country, especially in the summer season where the cold won’t be unbearable.

These mountains are the highest in Poland and the only part of the Carpathians that have very alpine characteristics, which means that there are several climatic zones and with diverse vegetation where practicing trekking activities is a joy.

Cornwall, United Kingdom

We can identify many landscapes and reminders remembering characters like "Poldark" and David Cornwell, who wrote spy novels under the name of John Le Carré, and lived in Cornwall.

Cornwall has many beaches and cliffs; taking the path of the west coast follows a complete circuit of incalculable beauty.

Tuscany, Italy

Tuscany offers unforgettable landscapes at any time of the year, but each one of them has the rich color of its flowers in spring. During the summer, the fields of sunflowers are one of the most beautiful of all colors, pastels that leaves its visitors speechless.

Preikestolen, Norway

It is known as Preikestolen and means "the pulpit", an appropriate name for a gigantic rock platform that overlooks the abyss, very close to the city of Stavanger, Norway.

The strange formation of rock, a natural platform of about 25 x 25 meters, looks out over the Lyse fjord, with an uninterrupted vertical fall of just over 600 meters.

Lake Hillier, Australia

It is located on Middle Island, the largest island in the La Recherche archipelago, near the Esperance coast. It is a lake with surprisingly pink waters which, interestingly, do not change hue when collected in a container.

Bora Bora (French Polynesia)

It has an area of ​​29.3 km² and it’s formed by an extinct volcano surrounded by a lagoon separated from the sea by a reef. The island is surrounded by motus, which are small elongated islets that usually have a certain width and vegetation.

One of the most beautiful and photographed motus of Polynesia is the Motu Tapu, especially those that took before a hurricane took part of the tongues of sand that had at its ends.