The World’s Best Views
It is no secret that we need to give the world and our environment some TLC, and what better way to admire natural beauty than explore the world’s most expansive and stunning views. There is nothing quite so numinous as being poised on top of a mountain or overlooking a stunning valley. Below, we have collated the world’s most spellbinding and captivating views that should certainly be on your bucket list.
Mount Ararat, Turkey
A 5000-metre high dormant volcano, Mount Ararat has not had a single person step on its surface until 1829, as it was considered by Armenian monks to be a holy space and was also widely accepted in Christianity to be the resting space of Noah’s Ark. Though this is believed to be just a legend, rather than fact, it still remains as a sanctified space that is truly magical to behold.
Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia
Perfectly poised in the World Heritage Site of Kinabalu Park, Mount Kinabalu is a 4000-metre high mountain that is often trekked up by avid backpackers to see the sunrise. Providing an astonishing view over the national park’s myriad of flora and fauna, Mount Kimbalu itself is home to an impressive variety of specimens. Recent botanical studies have found that on Mount Kimbalu alone has approximately 5,000 to 6,000 individual plant species thriving on its rocky terrain. Therefore, making it one of the world’s most significant biological sites.
Temples of Bagan, Myanmar
It is no secret that we are constantly drawn towards the past, and the frequent visitation to the Temples of Bagan in Myanmar is an example of this. 2000 pagodas and temples are peppered across a 40 mile stretch of landscape and can be viewed from the top of the Thatbyinnyu Pahto Temple. These ancient temples have housed the Burmese for centuries in 1990, and although unsuccessful campaigns have tried to make it a World Heritage Site, it still is heavily frequented by tourists and locals due its otherworldly scenery.
Grand Canyon, USA
Whether it is the richly coloured strata of two billion-year-old rocks or the complex tapestry of its past inhabitants like the Native Americans and Spanish Explorers, the Grand Canyon attracts fervent geologists, historians and tourists all year round. One of the most famous views in the world, it’s majestic appearance makes it looks like it was carved by giants. With a myriad of tourist attractions, like cruising down the Colorado river or stargazing once the sun has set.
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