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Top 7 Must-Visit Places in The World and Why

From EditorTop 7 Must-Visit Places in The World and Why
  1. Crystal blue lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park, China
  2. Hitachi Seaside Park, Ibaraki, Japan
  3. Fairy Meadows, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
  4. Santorini, Greece
  5. Garajonay National Park
  6. Maui, Hawaii
  7. Machu Pichu, Peru

Are you with us to span the globe and hoot wanderlust? We share a compilation of our bucket list that we believe are must-visits and recently discovered places of the World.

The eternal planet we reside in is home to many frighteningly picturesque places. Our motherland has striking natural beauty and wonders, diverse geography, and famous landmarks.

The tourists always preach about seeking out the unknown. Various tourists and explorers in the city believe in appreciating nature and sharing their sublime experiences.

They also bring to the light some undiscovered and underrated destinations that deserve applause.

1- Crystal Blue Lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park, China

When scenic beauty and enchanting vibrant colors spread all around, that’s where the historic Jiuzhai Valley starts. This long valley elevates, reflecting nature with its crystal clear water and myriad colors.

Crystal Blue Lake is a natural preserve and the main attraction of Jiuzhaigou National Park.

Drawing a significant number of tourists every year, this lake is also known as Five Flower Lake because of its variety of colorful foliage and endangered fauna.

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Jiuzhaigou is the term for ‘Nine Settlement Valley,’ named after all the nine villages that extend along the way of the park.

This blue lake has multi-layered and leveled waterfalls and incredible azure blues and emerald greens, adding to its picturesque uniqueness.

The peaks get covered with snow during winter, adding the last element to the scenery.

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It’s hard to believe a place being one of the most populated countries and tourists could hold this much beauty and purity and maintain the reserve.

For tourism, April to November is the ideal time. That’s when most flowers bloom and spread colors of maximum joy. Jiuzhaigou Ring Way construction has made access to the parkway easier.

2- Hitachi Seaside Park, Ibaraki, Japan

Safe to say, this is a haven for flower enthusiasts. The beauty of this floral garden is it never seems dull phase.

Each season brings different species of fauna and flora, making sure this garden blooms almost year-round. The large, fragrant gardens display spectacular beauty and gradients of colors, serving as a scenic spot for visitors.

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Plan your visit according to what flowers you can expect to see and when. Let us start with the signature flower of Hitachi Park, Baby Blue Eyes, the Nemophila.

Transforming the Miharashi hill spreads into a blue sea; this flower is a true icon and owns the place during the spring. During the same time, tulips bloom across the lake and narcissuses in the Suisen Garden, near the park entrance.

Summer brings sunflowers, roses, and zinnias. Then, as the year progresses, autumn invites cosmos flowers and Kochia bushes. Kochia bushes mimic fireballs and turn from green to bright red as the temperature falls.

How do you know it’s autumn in the country? This park hosts a ‘Kochia Carnival’ and mesmerizes visitors by displaying their best fall colors.

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The park offers a Seaside train ride to cover the area and rents bikes. It can be a large area to cover on foot; the visitors can bring their bicycles.

Moreover, The Park features an amusement park with fascinating rides suitable for all age groups. Restaurant and rest areas span the entire park.

Not just that, In August, the park plays host to the annual Rock in Japan festival.

3- Fairy Meadows, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan

Are you a risk-taker? Do you believe in taking up challenges just because the sky is the limit? The path to this is very dangerous, and every step matters.

But in the end, the goal leaves you mesmerized. Once you reach your destination, it’s all worth it.

No, we are not discussing your future here, but fairy meadows. Termed as the second deadliest by WHO in 2013, this is the only road to this famous place.

Now you know, so plan with a courageous heart and mind.

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Every corner, every peak, and all the lush greens of this place, locally called ‘Joot,’ justify an ecstatic vision. Fairy meadows invite all nature lovers with strong nerves for an enchanting journey.

If you’re traveling to Pakistan, this place is a must-visit adventure.

Carry less stuff and bag packs; wear trekking shoes and comfortable clothes. Set your camps and wake up to the view that will last forever in your imagination.

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Outlining the lush greens and dense alpine forest surrounding the place is an unobstructed, towering fairytale vision.

This vision is the second-highest mountain in Pakistan, Nanga Parbat. The ideal time to visit this place for trekking and camping is in the summer, from April to September.

4- Santorini, Greece

When you pick up an artist’s palette and see a lot of colors around, you can picture how stunning Santoni would be. This place has its vision, which makes it so distinguishable.

The white-washed low cubicle buildings with iconic blue-domed churches facing the most bedazzling sea view make the place stand out.

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You can’t overlook the sunsets in Oia, just like the rainbow that takes over the sky on a sunny day. Not only do they give you picture-worthy shots, but you want to experience them with your partner.

They also have boat tours to visit the golden beauty up close to the sea.

What adds to the fun is the hiking trail from Fira to Oia. Besides the hike on your way, you get to explore a lot of hidden alleys, windmills, and several sites in Caldera.

Are we done with the hike? Too tired? Seas the day! The perfect sunbathing spots on Santorini Island are the Perissa Black Sand Beach and The Red Sand Beach.

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Are you interested in finding out more about the history of this place? You can find museums in Thera, too. Visit and stay in cave hotels and experience luxuries like never before.

Cable cars are also available to move around. You get a lot in just one place.

5- Garajonay National Park

Calling this a paradise for Eco-tourists won’t be wrong. In the heart of Spain lies La Gomera in the Canary Islands, where the Garajonay National Park is located.

This place spans unique, well-preserved laurel forests and vegetation covered by mist, adding to the scenic drama.

Essential elements and abundant historical and archaeological sites and sculptures are observed.

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This park is renowned for having some endemic flora and fauna, with some only present in these forests.

Not just that, even some endemic animals and birds like Bolle’s and Laurel’s pigeons can only be seen here on the park premises.

Moreover, along the island are naturally carved massive rocks, a network of streams, and jack and beanstalk-like large trees, making it a fascinating landscape.

With promising and commanding views, the highest point is the Alto de Garajonay, at an altitude of 1,457 meters.

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There are 18 routes of footpaths across the park, attracting tourists through trekking. If you’re a fan of cultural heritage and artistic landscapes and paintings, visit Spain already.

6- Maui, Hawaii

Maui in Hawaii isn’t merely an island; it’s a whole vibe. It is beloved for being Hawaiian’s second-largest island with the most famous beaches worldwide.

Maui is well suited for all fellas and is known for its versatility and code of interest.

Not just that, it’s an ideal vacation spot for hiking, serving farm-to-table cuisines, shopping, and exploring sacred valleys that make you more about Hawaiian culture.

Maui is a unique combination of diverse landscape rainfalls that make the place more artistic and cascading.

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Driving through the scenic lush green rainforests on Hana Road gives several magnificent lookouts. Besides that, jet-black sand around the glistening waters in Waianapanapa State Park becomes the attraction site.

Moreover, wildlife and birds in national parks, other sun-seeking multicolored beaches, Pipiwai hiking trails, watersports, and exploring the World of undersea creatures are all the to-do things in Maui.

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Furthermore, they might as well go in the air after exploring life underwater and on land. An ideal location! Maui, also known for helicopter tours, serves exceptionally stunning valleys, vistas, waterfalls, and many colorful beaches and greens from above.

Not to mention species of whales worth watching, especially humpback whales. This place demands a visit and your time once in a lifetime for the variety it offers.

7- Machu Pichu, Peru

One of the Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Pichu, is a sacred historical site with aesthetic buildings and signature assembled rocks. Known to have world-famous ruins, this heritage site has finely crafted stonework amid tropical forests and sculpted stones.

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If you are into the idea of knowing history up close and are an explorer at heart, this should be on your radar.

A place like the one we see in the Jumanji series but much more realistic, with soaring mountains and rich fauna shrouded in fog.

Attracting many tourists every year following the Inca trail along the Urubamba River adds to their excitement. Not just that, they offer a train ride for passengers from Cuzco.

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This place stands out because its crafted walls and stones fit together and are mastered through masonry techniques. Trek your way to the mountain terrains and explore nature and ancient history like never before.

Take from the discussion that these places do not offer some specific activities of interest. If there are water sports, there is enough to surf on the land, the best of both worlds.

Go on a vacation that suits your interests. Don’t keep planning; pick a place and tick that off your bucket list. Let the adventure to explore begin! YOLO!