When you decide you want to see the most beautiful places in the world, you may not know where to go next. It might not take a lifetime to travel the world's beauty, but the following landscapes and awe-inspiring wonders from around the world are all for good reason on your travel bucket list.

Iceland Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Iceland. Located 40 kilometers from Reykjavik, this natural hot spring is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the Icelandic landscape. It is simply irresistible for tourists to take a hot bath in the natural environment here!

Trolltunga, Norway

Hike to Trolltunga in Norway, where you can admire the beautiful natural beauty of Lake Lingdahlswatnett from a good angle. Trolltunga is a rock formation with a height of 1100 meters. From here, you can overlook the entire lake, and to enjoy this panorama, you need to hike 20 kilometers across a mountain range.


Seychelles is a holiday destination located in the African Indian Ocean and is known as a "traveler's paradise". The scenery here is extremely beautiful, and more than 50% of the territory is designated as a nature reserve. There are many small islands in Seychelles, each with its own characteristics, and there are many places to see. If you think that the usual blue sky, white clouds and sunny beaches will be boring, then you can choose to come to Seychelles.

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

The Serengeti region of Tanzania is ideal for African adventures. It's not just one of the World Heritage Sites, it's a huge ecosystem, and it is recommended that you travel between January and March to witness the spectacle of the Great Migration. It's an iconic African phenomenon, with 1.5 million wildebeest swept across East Africa each year. The annual animal migration is the greatest natural landscape in the world. Animals find water and pasture by migrating. From the air, the migration scene is particularly spectacular.


Mauritius is a volcanic island nation in eastern Africa. Mauritius is known as the "Pearl of the Indian Ocean" and has abundant tourism resources. The locals are welcoming and everything is in harmony, making it a perfect island for a holiday. There are also many people who deliberately choose to spend their honeymoon or hold a wedding here. Mauritius has a mild climate and can be enjoyed all year round.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

The Salar de Uyuni in southwestern Bolivia is the largest salt flat in the world. It is called "Mirror of the Sky" by tourists. Because the sky corresponds to the lake, like a mirror. Every summer, the lake here dries up, leaving only a layer of salt-based minerals, a dizzying white brick of salt. During the rainy season, the shallow lake reflects the sky, creating a dreamlike and infinite fantasy.